Uncovers where the need to compete comes from, how God views it, what should replace it, who has it, and how to conquer it. By being content in Christ, any believer can overcome a competitive spirit.
Whatever happened to the sign-gifts used in the early days of the church—such as speaking in tongues and divine healing? Did they end centuries ago, or are they still going on today (as some are claiming)? This book will help you answer those questions Biblically.
A detailed examination of core Catholic and Orthodox beliefs from a conservative evangelical perspective.
Dedicated church leaders and teachers desire their church to thrive. The question is, how does a church become strong? John Greening gives the Biblical answer to that question and guides readers step-by-step through the process of helping disciples develop spiritual maturity. He offers tools for gauging disciplesÆ progress in becoming like Christ. By knowing the spiritual walk of individual believers more intimately, your church will be able to teach them the Word of God more effectively. Make your church strong—build disciples God's way!
Written to lead you to greater faith in God as you experience the ordinary and arid journeys of life. (NASB)
Explores a misunderstood theological subject from several perspectives.
You get over one flood and another one hits.
Life is full of
struggles, but God is full of grace. How do believers grasp that
grace? And what about God's promise to give greater grace? This study
of James 4:5-10 helps believers discover how to experience God's grace
in its fullness.
In this frank, readable book, find out why a saved person can never become lost.
Ernest D. Pickering
Myron J. Houghton
Easy-to-read Biblical answers to your questions.
Second Edition. Learn the truth about the Devil and demons from Bible times to today.
Practical instructions for applying the Word of God to your life.
A stewardship from above to lead from below. (NKJV)
REPRINTED IN LARGER FONT Jim Vogel, ed. Helps pastors learn skills to build strong churches.
Thoughts from a pastor to help heal wounds between a pastor and a church member.
A narrative history on the formation of Regular and Conservative Baptists, BBFI, FBFI, WBF, SOTL, and the IFB movement.
What distinguishes Baptists from other groups and the Biblical bases for these beliefs. 264 pages.