Dr. Gil Stieglitz is an author, speaker, catalyst, professor, leadership consultant, and President/Founder of Principles to Live By. He is currently Discipleship Groups Pastor of Bayside Church in Roseville, California, an adjunct professor at Western Seminary (Sacramento Campus), and a church consultant for Thriving Churches International. He is also on the board at Courage Worldwide – a wonderful organization that rescues children forced into sexual slavery. He has been a denominational executive for fifteen years with the Evangelical Free Church of America. He was senior pastor at a church in southern California for seventeen years.
Come learn the Secrets of God's Armor for the Christian life by examining what the heroes of the faith (Job, David, Peter, Paul, Moses, and Jesus) actually did when they encountered the Devil. What they did perfectly matches up with the pieces of God’s Armor but only after you look past the Roman military metaphor. This book looks at the actual spiritual weapon.
There is a danger in most discussions of spiritual warfare—talking way too much about the Devil and not enough about God. God Almighty alone is the greatest weapon the Christian has against the designs of Satan. In this book, you will begin a more in-depth exploration of the Living God. Put your focus where it should be in all issues of spiritual warfare—on God first and foremost.
People think that the key to happiness is money, power, popularity, and/or pleasure. But true long lasting happiness is from the inside out. God wants our best even though we may not want it for ourselves, so He enrolls us in life's classes to help us develop the missing ingredients for happiness. We can choose to either cooperate with Him or fight what He is trying to teach us.
Becoming a wife is more than just getting married. God says that to take on the role of wife is to be in a position of immense power. Use this power of your role as a wife wisely for God’s glory, the success of your husband, the development of your marriage, and for meeting your deepest relational needs. God does have a radical plan for wives that is honorable and can be embraced with dignity.