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Paperback Love Does: Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World by Bob Goff Now a New York Times Bestseller! As a college student he spent 16 days in the Pacific Ocean with five guys and a crate of canned meat. As a father he took his kids on a world tour to eat ice cream with heads of state. He made friends in Uganda, and they liked him so much he became the Ugandan consul. He pursued his wife for three years before she agreed to date him. His grades weren't good enough to get into law school, so he sat on a bench outside the Dean's office for seven days until they finally let him enroll. Bob Goff has become something of a legend, and his friends consider him the world's best-kept secret. Those same friends have long insisted he write a book. What follows are paradigm shifts, musings, and stories from one of the world's most delightfully engaging and winsome people. What fuels his impact? Love. But it's not the kind of love that stops at thoughts and feelings. Bob's love takes action. Bob believes Love Does. When Love Does, life gets interesting. Each day turns into a hilarious, whimsical, meaningful chance that makes faith simple and real. Each chapter is a story that forms a book, a life. And this is one life you don't want to miss. Light and fun, unique and profound, the lessons drawn from Bob's life and attitude just might inspire you to be secretly incredible, too. Learn More
Paperback Follow Me: Bible Study by David Platt (Goodreads Author) When Jesus says, \"Follow Me,\" it's not an invitation to say a prayer, it's a summons to lose our lives. In this much-anticipated follow-up to Radical, Pastor David Platt challenges the traditions of cultural Christianity and reintroduces us to Jesus and His most simple request: Follow Me. Features: -6 group sessions, - 6 weeks of personal Bible study Learn More
Paperback Silver Ring Thing Abstinence Study Bible - New Living Translation by Greg Laurie This Silver Ring Thing Follow-up Study Bible has been developed to help today's teens make the decision to remain sexually abstinent. Society's standard, as portrayed through the media, is that pre-marital sex is the norm. The Silver Ring Thing is reaching teens with a new standard... that standard being God's plan for them to remain abstinent until married. The program acknowledges the fact that without God, this decision is almost impossible - but through God, teens can make an informed decision to remain sexually abstinent until their wedding day. Learn More
Paperback The Bible Is A Girl's Best Friend: Experiencing A Fresh Encounter With God's Word by Sally Miller In a fresh, captivating style, Sally Miller presents a new way to approach God's Word. Since women value close relationships, she encourages them to experience the Bible as an intimate friend-as someone who gives practical advice, offers loving comfort, and challenges them to grow. The Bible Is a Girl's Best Friend is ultimately about the love and promise found in daily connection with God. Sally beautifully presents the Bible as the active way God's speaks to people. Through stories of friendship, she reveals how God uses His Word to reach out to each reader-loving her, guiding her, correcting her, and offering her a personal relationship with Him through His Son, Jesus. From the strength and support God offers during trials to the assurance that He is always with them, women will discover many life-changing truths and experience the joy of knowing they are loved by God and by friends. Learn More
Paperback Steadfast Christianity: A Study of Second Thessalonians by Charles R. Swindoll (Goodreads Author) The Apostle Paul's three-chapter letter to the persecuted Thessalonian Christians is packed full of affirmation and encouragement. These eight lessons will give strength to Christians dealing with hard times. Learn More
Hardcover Paul Gardner The Complete Who's Who in the Bible Bible Study Reference The Complete Who's Who in the Bible is an exhaustive ready reference of every person named in the Bible, from Aaron to Zurishaddai. Entries range from one-line biblical references for minor characters to full-length articles that address the theological significance of over forty major figures. Learn More
Paperback - Like New Jesus with Dirty Feet Discussion Guide: 10 Sessions for the Curious and Skeptical by Douglas D. Scott Have you suffered through a bad experience with church? Have you encountered one--or several--insensitive Christians? Please, says Don Everts, don't let that stop you from finding out more about the most compelling, audacious, wild-eyed, radical, revolutionary person that ever lived--Jesus! In this discussion guide, Everts and Douglas Scott offer ten sessions of candid inquiries into who Jesus was, what he was like and whether or not it matters. Drawing on excerpts from his bookJesus with Dirty Feet as a jumping-off point, they also use each session to explore the big differences between institutional Christianity as you know it and the reality of following Jesus. Learn More
Paperback - Like New Battlefield of the Mind: Winning The Battle in Your Mind - Study Guide by Joyce Meyer In celebration of selling 3 million copies, FaithWords is publishing a special updated edition of BATTLEFIELD OF THE MIND. Worry, doubt, confusion, depression, anger and feelings of condemnation: all these are attacks on the mind. If readers suffer from negative thoughts, they can take heart! Joyce Meyer has helped millions win these all-important battles. In her most popular bestseller ever, the beloved author and minister shows readers how to change their lives by changing their minds. She teaches how to deal with thousands of thoughts that people think every day and how to focus the mind the way God thinks. And she shares the trials, tragedies, and ultimate victories from her own marriage, family, and ministry that led her to wondrous, life-transforming truth--and reveals her thoughts and feelings every step of the way. This special updated edition includes an additional introduction and updated content throughout the book. Learn More
Paperback - Like New Telling the Old Testament Story: God's Mission and God's People by Brad E. Kelle While honoring the historical context and literary diversity of the Old Testament, Telling the Old Testament Story is a thematic reading that construes the OT as a complex but coherent narrative. Unlike standard, introductory textbooks that only cover basic background and interpretive issues for each Old Testament book, this introduction combines a thematic approach with careful exegetical attention to representative biblical texts, ultimately telling the macro-level story, while drawing out the multiple nuances present within different texts and traditions. The book works from the Protestant canonical arrangement of the Old Testament, which understands the story of the Old Testament as the story of God and God's relationship with all creation in love and redemption--a story that joins the New Testament to the Old. Within this broader story, the Old Testament presents the specific story of God and God's relationship with Israel as the people called, created, and formed to be God's covenant partner and instrument within creation. The Old Testament begins by introducing God's mission in Genesis. The story opens with the portrait of God's good, intended creation of right-relationships (Gen 1--2) and the subsequent distortion of that good creation as a result of humanity's rebellion (Gen 3--11). Genesis 12 and following introduce God's commitment to restore creation back to the right-relationships and divine intentions with which it began. Coming out of God's new covenant engagement with creation in Gen 9, this divine purpose begins with the calling of a people (who turn out to be the manifold descendants of Abraham and Sarah) to be God's instrument of blessing for all creation and thus to reverse the curse brought on by sin. The diverse traditions that comprise the remainder of the Pentateuch then combine to portray the creation and formation of Israel as a people prepared to be God's instrument of restoration and blessing. As the subsequent Old Testament books portray Israel's life in the land and journey into and out of exile, the reader encounters complex perspectives on Israel's attempts to understand who God is, who they are as God's people, and how, therefore, they ought to live out their identity as God's people within God's mission in the world. The final prophetic books that conclude the Protestant Old Testament ultimately give the story of God's mission and people an open-ended quality, suggesting that God's mission for God's people continues and leading Christian readers to consider the New Testament's story of the Church as an extension and expansion of the broader story of God introduced in the Old Testament. The main methodological perspective that informs the book includes work on the phenomenological function of narrative (especially story's function to shape the identity and practice of the reader), as well as more recent so-called \"missional\" approaches to reading Christian scripture. Canonical criticism provides the primary means for relating the distinctive voices within the Old Testament texts that still honor the particularity and diversity of the discrete compositions. Accessibly written, this book invites readers to enter imaginatively into the biblical story and find the Old Testament's lively and enduring implications. Learn More
Paperback The First Journey (Alternamorphs #1) by K.A. Applegate What would you do if you had the chance to become an Animorph? To hang out and battle the Yeerks with Jake and the crew? Now Animorphs fans can get in on the action in this \"choose-your-own adventure\" type book!. Learn More
Paperback Is That An Angry Penguin In Your Gym Bag? (Tardy Boys #4) by Todd Strasser (Goodreads Author) The Tardy Boys are back for their fourth funny, smelly adventure! Thanks to global warming, it's a beautiful eighty-five degree winter morning. Fortunately for the Tardy Boys, The School With No Name has an indoor hockey rink. But when they show up for practice, the ice has been taken over by penguins. With everyone at school busy trying out for the American Super Mega Idol Star Search, only Leyton and Wade can save these creatures from becoming extinct. Learn More