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Together in Ministry – by Dr. Ted Kersh

Posted on Jan 30, 2017 | 0 comments

Together in Ministry – by Dr. Ted Kersh

A book for every every pastor, deacon, and church family who desires to see the ministry of the church strengthened and made more effective. Together in Ministry: • will allow every pastor to see clearly their primary responsibility as they shepherd the church; • will allow every deacon to understand their call to serve the church and assist the pastor in ministry; • will allow the wives to understand the vital part they fulfill in ministry; and • will allow ever church to see the benefit of...

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Forty Days of Seeking God Revised – by Dr Greg Frizzell

Posted on Jul 1, 2016 |

Forty Days of Seeking God Revised – by Dr Greg Frizzell

Forty Days of Seeking God: For Revival, Elections and Key Leaders Revised Study Edition After decades of “calls to prayer and repentance,” one question stands preeminent. “Why has the moral and spiritual collapse continued mostly unabated?” In this new expanded version of Forty Days of Seeking God, believers discover the difference in merely saying general prayers and praying “effective, fervent prayers from utterly yielded hearts.” (James 5:16) Saints learn...

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Do You Know Who You Are? – by Jerri Mason

Posted on Oct 9, 2015 | 0 comments

Do You Know Who You Are? – by Jerri Mason

So many of us live our lives trying to please God and trying to please others. The Cross removed the need for us to try to be good enough. Christ’s payment for sin is complete. If you are a child of God, you have riches that are yours, just waiting for you to discover in His Word. This study will show you where. If you’re not sure that you are God’s child, it will show you how to become one. “Jerri’s depth, understanding, and teaching methods give every impression of a seminary...

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Wake Up – by Terry Gooding

Posted on Oct 9, 2015 | 2 comments

Wake Up – by Terry Gooding

Apocalyptic signs are everywhere. The birth pangs are passing and true labor is upon us. We have all witnessed the simultaneous drastic decline of no less than 10 major world currencies, a dramatic rise in earthquakes and bizarre weather, famine and starvation on an unprecedented scale, and the global fears of ebola. Yet most American Christians have been lulled into an apathetic sleep that has dulled their ears to the coming hoof beats and blinded their eyes to the unfolding of centuries old...

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The Walk – by Dr. Ted Kersh

Posted on Aug 9, 2015 | 0 comments

The Walk – by Dr. Ted Kersh

The Walk – Removing the Struggles Along the Way A book for every Christ-follower, every small group, every church, and every pastor, who truly desires a life saturated in love. The Walk is a map to help relieve the struggles of the Christian journey. It will guide you to an understanding of love that can: • radically renew your life; • take a dysfunctional church and give it an entirely new personality; • redesign a family; • allow you to become a Christ-follower who really does affect...

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Powerful Prayer for Every Family – by Dr Greg Frizzell

Posted on Mar 16, 2015 | 0 comments

Powerful Prayer for Every Family – by Dr Greg Frizzell

Powerful Prayer for Every Family In a day of unprecedented attack on marriages and children, it has never been more crucial for families to experience God’s close presence. Yet today, busy families seem to flounder when it comes to the most crucial foundation — powerful prayer! Thank God, our Lord has provided a powerful remedy for even the busiest families. There is good news in the fact any family can learn to experience prayers that truly transform and protect. In Powerful Prayer for Every...

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In His Loving Hands – by Jan Brunette

Posted on Jan 23, 2015 | 0 comments

In His Loving Hands – by Jan Brunette

In His Loving Hands – A Christian Guide for Caregivers Did you know that many caregivers die of serious illnesses before the loved ones they are caring for? It is true! While there is no given proof, it is believed that the stress of caregiving may contribute to the cause. That stress is not only from the minute-by-minute responsibilities and physical demands placed on them, but also the burden of their own daily needs, their doubts, and the despair they encounter in the decision-making...

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