Everything by Mary DeMuth

Everything by Mary DeMuth Genre: Christian Non-Fiction – Christian Life/Spiritual Growth Pages: 240 Trade Paperback Date Published: October 16, 2012 Publisher: Thomas Nelson Readers discover exactly what it takes to grow in Christ and become like Him. You don’t need a plan, and you don’t need a program.  To experience the abundant Christian life, you only need Jesus.  In Everything, critically acclaimed author Mary DeMuth answers the question: what exactly does it take to become more like our irresistible Savior? The answers readers find will inspire and surprise them.  They discover revolutionary insights about: * how undecorated obedience brings unprecedented spiritual growth * how to rise above doubt, worry and fear * how to develop an intimate friendship with the Holy Spirit * how to cherish brokenness as a wide open pathway to God * and much, much more A life committed to Jesus is not about spiritual “bootstrapping,” pulling. . .

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Faith, Family, & Finances by Henry Fernandez {Preview}

Bishop Henry Fernandez addresses America’s economic crisis, breakdown of the family unit, and general moral malaise, consequences, he writes, of a shift away from faith in God to the pursuit of material gain and worldly pursuits. Bishop Fernandez believes it’s not too late to turn things around with God’s help and hard work. He offers biblically-based, practical solutions for restoring one’s faith in God, then building on a foundation of renewed faith, proceeds to teach readers steps for restoring family relations and rejuvenating their personal finances.

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Everyday Spiritual Warfare by Amy Barkman {Preview}

Everyday Spiritual Warfare gives practical knowledge for victorious living in a fallen world. Rev. Barkman has shared this wisdom in workshops, retreats, and sermons in several states over the past few decades. Both new and mature Christians have found the material very helpful in their walk with the Lord Jesus Christ.

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Keep the Pigs out by Don Dickerman {Preview}

Keep Satan OUT of Your Life

Satan has come to steal, kill, and destroy. Every day we give the devil and his demons too much power when, in fact, we already have everything we need to keep them out of our lives.

Just like pigs that come and go through the gates on a fence, demons can only enter and influence our lives if we open the door to them. In Keep the Pigs Out, Don Dickerman tells you how to eliminate the primary gateways that allow demonic activity to get a hold in your life.

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Secrets from Beyond the Grave by Perry Stone {Preview}

Your guide to the mystery of heaven, hell, and eternity
The Bible teaches us that when our earthly journey ends, our eternal journey is only beginning. But what will life be like after death? Are there clues that tell us more about the unseen worlds of departed souls?

In Secrets From Beyond the Grave, Perry Stone brings his unique blend of Bible knowledge, prophecy, and spiritual insight to the topic of heaven and hell.

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Modern Parents, Vintage Values

More than ever, moms and dads live in a culture that is against their parenting efforts. The growing sense of entitlement and disrespect among kids is cause for alarm. Though we can’t go back to an idyllic past, Melissa Trevathan and Sissy Goff know we can still raise children who value, well, values. In Modern Parents, Vintage Values, they identify the top issues kids face today and address how to instill the classic character traits that will serve our sons and daughters well: kindness, integrity, manners, compassion, forgiveness, responsibility, gratitude, patience, and confidence.

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Christian Coaching: Helping Others Turn Potential into Reality

Whether you are a counseling, pastor, life coach or just something that is good with listening this is a keeper for your permanent shelf. Basically a text book, this manual breaks things down and answers a lot of question. It is even a valuable tool for someone just curious about what Christian Coaching is. I have to admit, when this arrived on my doorstep (again another one that I say is due to my non committal of a genre) I assumed it was another book about sports. So I put it on the back burner and figured I would get to eventually.

My was I surprised when I realized that this was coaching as in a “life coach”. Oops. Now that I know what this book was for I was interested. Cracking open the beginning of these 400+ some odd pages I was introduced to the Foundations of Christian Coaching followed by three chapters of the Skills necessary. Then there are some more brief sections on an Assessment, Vision and Stategy, Action and Obstacles with lots of lists of goals. Lastly, this textbook rounds off with great chapters of Specialities in Christian Coaching and the Practice.

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