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Christmas Gifts That Won T Break Large Print

Author : James W. Moore
ISBN : 9781501839993
Genre : Religion
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Go on an Advent journey with beloved teacher and storyteller James W. Moore, exploring the spirit of Christmas. As you light the candles of your Advent wreath, reflect on the unbreakable gifts that God has given us: hope, love, joy, and peace. And remember God’s greatest gift, who comes to us as a baby and leads us through all the days of our lives. This revised edition of the popular book includes stories, Scriptures, and thoughts to warm your heart throughout the season, as well as devotions by Jacob Armstrong and a new fifth chapter for Christmas Eve/Christmas Day. Also available are resources for a five-session study, including a Leader Guide, DVD, and resources for youth and children.
Category: Religion

The Gift Of Dyslexia Revised And Expanded

Author : Ronald D. Davis
ISBN : 9781101185445
Genre : Education
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The revised, updated, and expanded edition of the classic in the category. This book outlines a unique and revolutionary program with a phenomenally high success rate in helping dyslexics learn to read and to overcome other difficulties associated with it. This new edition is expanded to include new teaching techniques and revised throughout with up-to-date information on research, studies, and contacts.
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Christmas Gifts That Won T Break Leader Guide

Author : James W. Moore
ISBN : 9781501840029
Genre : Religion
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Go on an Advent journey with beloved teacher and storyteller James W. Moore, exploring the spirit of Christmas. As you light the candles of your Advent wreath, reflect on the unbreakable gifts that God has given us: hope, love, joy, and peace. And remember God’s greatest gift, who comes to us as a baby and leads us through all the days of our lives. The Leader Guide contains everything needed to guide a group through the five-week study including session plans and discussion questions, prayers, and suggestions for group use.
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Armorbearer Training Series In The Spirit Of Armorbearing Revised And Expanded Edition

Author : Earma Brown
ISBN : 9780979770135
Genre : Religion
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Have you thought of yourself as a gift of support to the Body of Christ, specifically God's leaders? Begin to realize your support means that much in God's plans. Through biblical examples, insights from the author, and inspiring quotes from worldwide thinkers, In the Spirit of Armorbearing offers clear evidence that God's Old Testament design for his leaders and supporters is still active today in the Church through the Helps ministry. In this book you will discover how to: . Develop the character of Christ that will strengthen your ability to carry the anointing. . Build loyalty in ministry that will pass life's test. . Follow in the footsteps of music minister Carmen who links his ministry's success to serving in his local church first. . Gain a reputation in your ministry of service that will qualify you for greater service in God. . Grow the success that follows those who walk in God's flow of authority. . Be God's assistant, intercessor, and helper in the battle of faith by helping His leaders. . Allow God to use your ordinary service tasks to accomplish the extraordinary in your life. All of these principles and more are explained in the book In the Spirit of Armorbearing. It presents understandable instructions on how to be God's armorbearer to his leaders. Experience today the joy of serving your leaders in the spirit of armorbearing.
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The School Of Seers Expanded Edition

Author : Jonathan Welton
ISBN : 9780768487329
Genre : Religion
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More insight—more depth! Three new chapters and a small group study guide round out this expanded edition of an already comprehensive guide on how to see into the unseen realm! The School of the Seers is the how-to guide for seeing into the spirit realm. With the addition of three new chapters, including a small group study guide, this bestselling book is sure to excite readers worldwide. As a teacher and seer himself, author Jonathan Welton raises the standard for walking in wisdom, character, and power. Carrying a revelatory forerunner anointing, he imparts fresh new understanding and Kingdom perspectives for every believer. You can activate the seer gift in your life knowing the vital keys from Scripture to: See with your spiritual eyes Recognize what may be hindering your discernment Access divine secrets Steward heavenly revelation Truly worship in Spirit and Truth Understand meditation, impartation, and so much more The School of the Seers Expanded Edition demystifies a mystical subject—giving you the keys to an exciting lifetime of spiritual, Jesus-centered enlightenment!
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Basic Training For The Prophetic Ministry Expanded Edition

Author : Kris Vallotton
ISBN : 9780768484922
Genre : Religion
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Operating In The Gift of Prophecy The gift of prophecy is not reserved for a super-spiritual, elite group of believers. In fact, the scriptures promise that in the last days, the Holy Spirit would be poured out on everyone in the world. This spiritual outpouring will manifest in a resurgence of the gift of prophecy that is to affect every believer, young and old, male and female, rich and poor! If you are a Christian, the Holy Spirit lives inside of you. This means that you have access to all of His supernatural gifts and you too can prophesy! Well-respected and seasoned prophetic leader, Kris Vallotton, provides a practical guide that has become a staple resource in training all believers to operate in prophetic ministry. This revised and updated edition features new content, including topics such as: “Understanding the Spirit Realm,” “Last Days Prophetic Ministry,” and “What Covenant Are You Prophesying From?” Get equipped to: Tell the difference between Old and New Covenant prophecy—and correctly operate as a New Testament prophetic voice Learn the languages of God and hear His voice like never before Discover and develop your prophetic gifts in a safe environment Step out and confidently share words of knowledge, wisdom, and prophecy Recognize a true prophet from a false prophet Ideal for personal study, small groups, and church classes, Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry is your guide to understanding and operating in the prophetic ministry. Get ready to hear God’s voice in a fresh way, speak His word with power, and release hope, life, and destiny to those around you!
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The Seer Expanded Edition

Author : James W. Goll
ISBN : 9780768488562
Genre : Religion
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Satisfy the hunger in your heart! An exciting and insightful journey into the visionary world of The Seer. The prophetic movements in church history and in contemporary life are fed by two mighty streams: the prophet, whose revelation is primarily verbal the seer, whose revelation is more visionary While the role of the prophet is familiar, less is known about The Seer dimension. To many people, these visionary prophets remain mysterious, other-worldly, and even strange. Knowledge dispels misunderstanding, and you will discover the prophetic power of dreams, visions, and life under the open heavens. Questions answered include: How does visionary revelation happen? Can it be trusted? Where does it fit into your life and today’s church? Can any believer become a seer? Is it a prophetic dimension reserved for the spiritually-gifted? The Seer will move your heart and stir up your hunger for intimacy with God because the seer’s goal is to reveal the person of Christ Jesus—to you, today.
Category: Religion

The Gift Of The Church

Author : Patrick Granfield
ISBN : 0814659314
Genre : Religion
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As the Church enters its third millennium, it must take stock of its identity and mission. These essays in The Gift of the Church address the fundamental issues confronting the Church in its immediate future. Their authors represent the most prominent ecclesiologists of our time. Written in honor of Patrick Granfield, O.S.B., these essays form a textbook for classes in ecclesiology. They also are a useful tool for those engaged in various ministries in the Church to update themselves on the theology of different aspects of the Church. The first section of essays discusses ecclesiology in its historical development as well as its methodology; the second examines various aspects of the Church; and the third part presents the life and work of Patrick Granfield. The essays are clearly written and based on solid and extensive scholarship. Ecclesiology has been the central theme of theological reflections since Vatican II and may continue to be in the next millennium. This textbook fulfills in part Pope John Paul II's vision for the Jubilee Year, when Christians, "with a profound sense of commitment . . . will likewise express their gratitude for the gift of the Church." Essays and authors in Part One: Ecclesiology in Historical Context are "Theologies of the Church in the New Testament," by Frank J. Matera; "The Development of Ecclesiology: Early Church to the Reformation," by Eric Plumer; "The Development of Ecclesiology: Modernity to the Twentieth Century," by Michael J. Himes; "The Significance of Vatican Council II for Ecclesiology," by Joseph A. Komonchak; "The Ecclesiology of John Paul II," by Avery Dulles; "Ecumenical Ecclesiology," by Michael A. Fahey; and "Theological Method for Ecclesiology," by Pedro Rodrquez. Essays and authors in Part Two: Contemporary Ecclesiology are "The Church as Communion," by Susan K. Wood; "The Church as Worshiping Community," by Gerard Austin; "The Ecclesial Dimension of Anthropology," by Michael J. Scanlon; "The Ecclesial Dimension of Spirituality," by George Tavard; "The Evangelizing Mission of the Church," by Francis A. Sullivan; "Salvation Outside the Church," by John P. Galvin; "The Social Mission of the Church: Its Changing Context," by T. Howland Sanks; "Ministries in the Church," by John Ford; "The Papacy," by Richard P. McBrien; "The Episcopacy," by Hermann J. Pottmeyer; "The Teaching Office of the Church," by John P. Boyle; "The Church and the Law," by Thomas J. Green; "The Laity," by Jon Nilson; "Women and the Church," by Sara Butler; and "Mary and the Church," by Frederick M. Jelly. Essays and authors in Part Three: A North American Ecclesiology: The Theological Achievement of Patrick Granfield are "Patrick Granfield: A Biographical Essay," by David Granfield; "A North American Ecclesiology: The Achievement of Patrick Granfield," by Peter C. Phan; and "Bibliography of Patrick Granfield," compiled by David Granfield. The book also includes an introduction by Peter Phan and a list of abbreviations.?. . . worthy of its honoree, Fr. Patrick Granfield of Catholic University of America. . . . This work brings ecclesiology one step further along the trajectory of Vatican II and provides a solid foundation for a better understanding of how the church can eventually be one. Granfield?s colleagues contribute scriptural, historical, theological and spiritual background for a synthesis of what ecclesiology should be today.? Emmanuel"This will be a particularly useful volume in ecumenical discussions. It will be an invaluable resource for preachers and teachers who want to witness to the doctrine of the Church and its discussion today." National Christian Reporter?. . . a gift to teachers of church history. The essays cannot help but stir up lively discussions. Peter Phan should be complimented for his work as editor and contributor. Adult religious education and college/university courses in theology have truly been blessed by this work!? Kenan B. Osborne, O.F.M. Franciscan School of Theology?A valuable book which is many things. A commemoration of Patrick Granfield?s efforts in giving courageous, new directions to the theology of church authority; a celebration of the renewal of the church, local and universal, by American ecclesiologists of the decades during and since Vatican II like Granfield, Richard McBrien, Michael Fahey, and Joseph Komonchak; a presentation of the theology of the church as a much needed general textbook.? Thomas O?Meara, O.P. University of Notre Dame?A useful, up to date, rather classic handbook of Catholic ecclesiology.? Louvain Studies
Category: Religion

The Gift Of Being Yourself

Author : David G. Benner
ISBN : 9780830846122
Genre : Religion
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Much is said in Christian circles about knowing God. But there cannot be deep knowledge of God without deep knowledge of one's self. In this profound exploration of Christian identity, psychologist and spiritual director David G. Benner illuminates the spirituality of self-discovery. He exposes the false selves that we hide behind and calls us to discover the true self that emerges from our uniqueness in Christ. Genuine self-understanding revitalizes our spiritual life and leads to the fulfillment of our God-given destiny and vocation. - from back of the book.
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