The Bible has the astounding power to transform lives. The stories of people like Francis of Assisi, Antony of Egypt, Augustine of Hippo, Martin Luther and Martin Luther King Jr. vividly demonstrate this. Why aren't more of us transformed by Scripture today? Too often we study biblical texts without believing that God truly inhabits this book. Scripture seeks to capture our minds, not merely educate them. In this book, Chris Webb explains that we can transform our Christian life by reading as lovers rather than as theorists.
"If you love God you'll love this book"
God on Fire is why you were born. You are more alive in the middle of God's white-hot presence than anywhere else on earth. Once you encounter the manifest presence of Christ, you will never want to settle for anything less. In fact, the manifest presence of Christ is the single factor that distinguishes the church from the Kiwanis Club or the sports bar. Normally the history of revival is studied from man's perspective; what we do to encounter God.
"He reads horribly!!"
In the first four volumes of the Book of the Gods, Fred Saberhagen brought a new perspective to the classic gods of Greek mythology. Now the legendary creator of the Berzerker and Lost Swords sagas turns his gaze northward toward an entirely different pantheon of immortal deities . . . the fearsome and ferocious gods of Valhalla.
If God has spoken, then the highest human aspiration must be to hear what the Creator has said. God has indeed spoken, through the Ten Commandments, and Al Mohler explores this revelation of God and the implications for His people. The promise is to hear, to obey, and to live. These "Ten Words" tell us who God is and what His people should look like.
When the worst school shooting in history occurred, Pastor Jim Pace, a Virginia Tech alumnus, was front and center. Media, students, church members, and strangers asked him the same question: If God is loving, why doesn't He stop disasters before they start? Should We Fire God? is Jim's thoughtful, reasoned response to the idea that God isn't doing His job very well.
Years after his death, Christians across the world turn to the words of Mike Yaconelli to uncover the divine mischief, the shameless truth-telling, the love of kids, and the passion for Jesus that make youth ministry an irresistible calling.
This is the true story of Dr. Charles Johnson, an African American preacher who entered Mississippi in 1961 during the summer of the Freedom Rides. Fresh out of Bible School Johnson hesitantly followed his Call to pastor in Mississippi, a hotbed for race relations during the early 1960s. Unwittingly thrust into the heart of a national tragedy, the murder of three Civil Rights activists, he overcame fear and adversity to become a leader in the Civil Rights movement.
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An honest and eye-opening personal testimony concerning the transforming power of Jesus Christ.
Grace Under Fire is a moving record of the importance of religion and spirituality to troops and their families, from the American Revolution through the fighting in Iraq. This collection of correspondence captures the spirit, the humor, and the courage of men and women in uniform. The letters offer a fascinating window on how individuals have endured the trials of separation, the fear of battle, the agony of loss, and the stresses of homecoming.
How can you make a difference in the world today? Does God really want YOU and your talents as he seeks to redeem the world from darkness? What would happen in your neighborhood, your place of work, your school, your church, if you called on God's Spirit to unleash his power in your life?
Every day you are subjected to a relentless surge of information and facts. We all know it's important to stay informed, but the experience does tend to shut down your sense of wonder. Where do you go to restore your sense of delight and mystery? To find enchantment? In this hour, writers Neil Gaiman, A.S. Byatt and Salman Rushdie tell us why we need magic.