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Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life - In this classic writing, Donald Whitney draws from a rich heritage of godly believers from Christian history, Guiding readers through a carefully selected array of disciplines including Scripture reading, worship, silence and solitude, journaling and more. He shows how the Spiritual Disciplines, far from being legalistic, restrictive, or binding as they're often perceived, are actually the means to unparalleled spiritual liberty.
Rick Warren's Bible Study Methods - Many believers read the Bible faithfully, but struggle to remember what they've read, what it all means, and how to apply God's truth to daily life. If you'd like to learn some time-tested principles for Scripture reading/study, then this is the class for you.
Respectable Sins - As Christians, we believe all sins are considered equal in God's eyes. Yet while evangelicals continue to decry the Big Ones, such as abortion, adultery, and violence we often overlook more deceptive sins. it seems we've created a sliding scale where gossip, jealousy, and selfishness comfortably exist within the church. In short, some sins have become acceptable. Jerry Bridges encourages a victory over personal sin for those who desire to thoughtfully examine their lives and discover a deeper walk with God.
The Apostles' Creed - Dive into what Christians believe, why we believe it, and how to apply our beliefs in a life of informed, active and practicing discipleship. the lines of the creed aren't mere words, they are the essence of better, more effective Christians. Creeds don't hold any authority apart from Scripture, but they do point outside themselves to the authoritative Word of God. Knowing What we believe is good, but being able to explain to others why we believe what we believe is better.
PARENTING: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family - "This is the most meaningful book I have read all year. It is both theological and practical, a rare combination for a parenting book. For years, people have asked me to write a book on parenting. After reading this, I am convinced that I could never write one better than this. I'm so glad I read this, but I wish I could have read it twenty years ago. After reading parenting, I was torn. Part of me wanted to sit, cry, and confess all of my failures as a parent. The other part wanted to scream with excitement for the tremendous insight I now have to be a better parent." - Francis Chan, New York Times best-selling author, Crazy Love and Forgotten God.