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Church Undivided

by Bob Ingle

God calls us not only into community with other believers, but unity as well. With community comes great challenges, as we are all sinners. Church Undivided details God’s vision for unity in His church and Paul's guidance to create it within our own churches.

Growing to Love God's Word

by Joseph Davis

Are you ready to listen to God and learn from Him? Are you ready to see lasting change and lifelong consistency in your Christian walk? Do you need grace in the face of your failures, temptations, and suffering? Then read Growing to Love God’s Word to find a powerful antidote for the prevailing darkness and despair of this world. Let God introduce you to the gift of His Word—the most incredible, transforming treasure you will ever encounter.

The Process

by Derrick L. McRae

Imagine leaving behind your familiar frustrations to take on the adventure of faith God has in store for you! Don’t hold onto your past, your sin, or your failure and miss the promised future God has for you. The Process will show you practical and powerful ways to move from superficial Christianity to a dynamic, life-changing relationship with the Lord!

Being the Believing 2.0

by Thomas McCracken

In Being the Believing 2.0, Thomas McCracken unpacks the Beatitudes, from the greatest sermon ever preached by the greatest preacher who ever lived, Jesus Christ. In doing so, he identifies the difference between doing good and being good—a difference that can change your life.

Enhanced

by Nathan Neighbour

Faith is the starting point, but a Godlike love is the final destination. As you explore the lessons of Enhanced: It’s Not Enough to Just Believe, you’ll discover how to follow this divine plan for a faith that actually creates confidence in what is hoped for—and carries you on your lifelong journey toward assurance in what you do not currently see.

Fighting the Battles Within

by Bishop Anthony T. Pelt

Strongholds. Walls. Giants. Are you ready to do battle? If the Christian life is supposed to be filled with peace and joy, why do you have to fight so much? It turns out that your real enemy isn’t a person you know, or even the culture around you, but the spiritual realm of darkness—where the enemy craftily works to erect strongholds in your mind and send giants of temptation against your heart.