Church health is tricky. Much has been written on the subject but seldom do the resources zoom out far enough to see the whole picture. In this book you can read in an evening, you will see from a wide angle the things many miss. When the balance is right the church flourishes. Help find the balance and perspective you may have been looking for.
Churches too often sift people and situations, involving themselves only with those people and things which won’t embarrass, hurt or challenge; we decide who are the sheep and who are the goats. Our decisions are plain for the world to see. Sometimes they look funny or silly. Sometimes just ugly...
The purpose of this book is to try and undo 2000 years of misunderstanding about what the church is and how it is structured. The church was never meant to be just another worldly structure. She is meant to be a living and vibrant being who will become the eternal partner for Jesus Christ.
How to live a life that honors the Lord Jesus in the midst of a church that has been distracted by a desire for only the things of the earth. Pastor Geoff Gordon takes a candid look at the state of the church in America today and how you can be part of its comeback. There is hope! God is still on His throne. He is still in the miracle business. He is full of mercy.
24/7 Prayer Arise is a comprehensive mentoring manual covering everything from A-Z relating to Houses of Prayer. The 30 teachings are practical, motivational, Biblical & helpful for personal & group growth in prayer. The applications will help build the House of Prayer in your church and city, and connect you with the wider prayer movement. It will ignite a fire in your heart for Houses of Prayer.
Governments, individuals flounder with ethics. Opponents of religion want to marginalize people of faith. Christians still struggle to find ways to express their faith. Many still search for a spiritual experience. Still A Matter of Faith, a collection of Robert White's 15 years of Guelph Mercury columns, explores these topics and much more.
‘Safe’ in a wanna-be Mega Church, Hila has to choose sides in a dispute about the authority of the Bible. Meanwhile, a lot of people would much rather she didn’t date Jeff Fontaine, including his parents—and hers.
Hila Grant attends a charismatic house church that is being taken over by a highly questionable teacher. Because she tends to overdo it when challenging false teachers, she does not want to oppose Mrs. Vortgern. How can she take a stand for her faith without becoming self-righteous and vindictive?