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📒James ✍ Sue Edwards
✏James Book Summary : Popular Bible teacher Sue Edwards returns to lead women through the first-century letter of James. She highlights the boldness of James's demand to allow our faith to impact every area of our lives. James focuses on how Christians should walk with God and how living out faith creates joy--both for themselves and for God. This Bible study encourages women to experience closer intimacy with God, overcome bad habits and sinful patterns that drag them down, and understand how to truly become that "good and faithful servant" of God they strive to be. Sue includes opportunities to put each lesson into practice with a "Get Up and Go" activity. James challenges readers to use what they learn during the study in their relationships, homes, churches, workplaces, and communities. And if they do, they will find that living out one's faith leads to a life that delights God.
📒Finding God Faithful Bible Study Book ✍ Kelly Minter
✏Finding God Faithful Bible Study Book Book Summary : Trace the path of Joseph's life in the Book of Genesis to observe how God's sovereignty reigns, even in our darkest moments. Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God's plan when life doesn't make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance. His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable. (8 sessions) Features: Leader helps to guide questions and discussions within small groups Personal study segments to complete between 8 weeks of group sessions Interactive teaching videos, approximately 35 minutes per session Benefits: Place your hope in the God who is with you. Learn to trust God's purposes when life doesn't make sense. Recognize how God is working in your waiting. Rest in the sufficiency of God's presence in every circumstance.
📒Christ Centered Biblical Counseling ✍ James MacDonald
✏Christ Centered Biblical Counseling Book Summary : Christ-Centered Biblical Counseling is a comprehensive guide that will equip God’s people to use biblical truth to change lives. More than that, this book will increase people’s confidence in the sufficiency and relevancy of God’s Word to address real-life issues in a multitude of counseling situations. Readers of this book will: Understand clearly why they should embrace biblical counseling Be encouraged to trust God’s Word to provide rich insight for living in the midst of even the most difficult challenges Enjoy the relevant, pastoral, and theological teaching they have come to appreciate from such noted authors as James MacDonald, John Piper, Mark Dever, and Elyse Fitzpatrick The 28 chapters blend theological wisdom and practical expertise. The first half of the book emphasizes a practical theology of biblical counseling; the second half highlights a practical methodology of biblical counseling. Though accessible to all Christians, the book will especially appeal to pastors and church leaders, counseling practitioners, students, and educators.
📒For The Love Of God ✍ Jerry M. Ireland
✏For the Love of God Book Summary : Compassionate missions constitutes a growing focus among evangelical denominations and agencies. Because of this, there exists a growing need to be guided by sound principles and best practices. This edited volume sets forth both the biblical foundations and preferred methods for churches wanting to engage in compassion as part of their missionary efforts. The aim throughout is that compassionate missions would be guided by indigenous principles that help establish autonomous local churches, capable of being salt and light in their communities. The contributors to this volume have over 200 years of missions experience. Through their first-hand knowledge of the challenges and pitfalls faced by missionaries engaging in compassion, these authors set forth foundational principles and practical guidelines related to some of the most pressing issues confronting missionaries today. These include HIV/AIDS, UPGs, human trafficking, orphans and vulnerable children, gender issues, and many more. Pastors, missionaries, missions boards, and educators will find this a valuable resource as the church in the twenty-first century continues to engage in the Great Commission.
📒Sit On Our Hands Or Stand On Our Feet ✍ Roger Philip Abbott
✏Sit on Our Hands or Stand on Our Feet Book Summary : The aim of Sit on Our Hands, or Stand on Our Feet is not to present a theology that explains disasters. In fact there is no such theology. Nor is this work primarily for those who are responded to; it is not part of the theological 'grab bag' that Christian responders carry with them to use for the benefit of casualties. It is more a part of the Christian's engaged practical theological apprenticeship prior to, and during, a response. This book represents the role of the practical theologian, who empowers the church community's legitimation and contribution in disaster response, and who encourages individual Christians--whose calling into particularly relevant professions, whose natural skills and/or professional training, could find them placed in a major incident responding status (paid or voluntary)--doing their work as unto the Lord. It is a serious must-read for any Christians who have hearts heavy with compassion but who are not sure what to do or why when disaster strikes.
📒Transforming The Struggles Of Tamars ✍ Lina Andronovienė
✏Transforming the Struggles of Tamars Book Summary : This book explores the unprecedented challenge of involuntary singleness for women, and the implications of disregarding this challenge for the Christian (and particularly, baptistic) communities of faith. It argues that these communities not only fail involuntarily single women, but also in so doing, suffer a serious detriment to their own communal health and Christian witness. Taking the challenge of involuntary singleness as a test case, this book explores the method of convictional theology and argues for a holistic framework that can draw together the personal, communal, and visionary spheres of human existence. Although primarily a work of theological ethics, it also draws from a number of different disciplines, including cultural studies and sociology as well as intersections of science and theology.
📒Be Amazed ✍ Warren W. Wiersbe
✏Be Amazed Book Summary : This in-depth Bible study series now covers the entire New Testament and much of the Old Testament. With more than 3 million copies sold, the Be Series has touched people's hearts everywhere. Let Warren Wiersbe's words of wisdom touch your heart, too.
📒A Study Guide For John Winthrop S A Model Of Christian Charity ✍ Gale, Cengage Learning
✏A Study Guide for John Winthrop s A Model of Christian Charity Book Summary : A Study Guide for John Winthrop's "A Model of Christian Charity," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Literary Themes for Students: The American Dream. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Literary Themes for Students: The American Dream for all of your research needs.
📒The Well Watered Life ✍ Todd Shuler
✏The Well Watered Life Book Summary : Feeling like you've been left for dead in a "desert" place of your Christian walk? Take heart. God has not forgotten you. Author Todd Shuler's message is based on his reflections and meditations into the life of Abraham's son, Issac. The Well-Watered Life is about thriving in the deserts of your own life, being led out by the power of the Holy Spirit, and learning to be a source of refreshing encouragement to others in the body of Christ. Come--drink and be refreshed! ************* PRAISE FOR "The Well-Watered Life" ..".Practical and Encouraging..." 5 out of 5 stars (see full review below) "As the Psalmist said, "I thirst for God; the living God," mankind still seeks that soul-quenching water which was offered through Christ. The Well-Watered Life by Todd L. Shuler uses the images and symbols of water in the desert and, most specifically, the images which come from the biblical account of Isaac. As our hearts and souls find themselves in a time of barrenness, as if in a desert without water, Christ offers his well of living water from which to drink and never thirst again. With each chapter, Todd explores the different aspects of our lives that lead us to our deserts and the thirst that cannot be quenched by anything other than the living water. With each chapter Todd also includes a section called "Takeaways," which are a quick list of bulleted points from the chapter that are a recap of the discussion of the chapter. Also included is a free workbook in pdf format that can be downloaded and used to accompany the study. This is not only an excellent study of the symbols of the desert and water as they relate to our spiritual lives, but The Well-Watered Life is a very practical guide for seeking after the promised living water of the Savior. The exposition on the symbols and lessons of scripture are very accurate and the conclusions to which Todd leads the reader are spot on and consistent with other scriptural references. Blessed, practical and encouraging, The Well-Watered Life is a study that will lead you out of the spiritual desert and place you beside the well of living water where you will never thirst again." Bill Howard, Reviewer, Readers' Favorite ***** "If you wonder why your spiritual tank is running on empty or if you are looking for a glimpse of hope and definite purpose for your life, this book was written for you. Reading it may be the first step to a more fulfilling and passionate spiritual journey." -Luis Castro, Certified Coach, Teacher & Speaker for The John Maxwell Team "This book is an indispensable tool for the lay member and leader alike who find themselves in a desert place. Shuler fascinates his reader with his practical insights and biblical wisdom. It's a must-read for the person whose life's journey has lost passion, power, and purpose. The reader will be transformed from wandering in the desert to having an intimate, fulfilled life in Christ. I highly recommend this book for those beginning their walk with Christ or those who seek to continue toward the mature, well-watered life!" -Dr. Carlos McCloud, Theologian "In a culture that has lowered practically all moral and ethical standards over the course of the past couple of decades, Todd Shuler's The Well-Watered Life does an exceptional job in pointing believers back to the basics of prayer, seeking God, and listening for His answers. Todd vividly portrays the healthy and dynamic Christian life as one of intentionality; the reader is brought to the brink of decision as to the future direction of his life as a follower of Christ." - Stan Hutchinson, Engineer, Financial Counselor and Instructor, Author of Financial Peace of Mind from the WORD.
📒Sabbath School Program Planner ✍ Dorothy Eaton Watts
✏Sabbath School Program Planner Book Summary : Contains 14 complete programs, plus 14 ideas for summertime.