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  • Understand your God-given names and walk boldly in the roles that He has assigned for you. Throughout their lives, many people struggle to fit in, find their reason for existence, and truly know who they are. For children of God, this does not have to be the case. There are hundreds of names and titles in the Bible that describe the people of God. Studying these names will give you a powerful, panoramic view of who you are in Christ. Each title reveals what your purpose is presently and also the destiny that is unfolding before you—both in this world and the world to come. Fifty-two of the most powerful names that belong to the body of Christ are explained in this book. You will understand the meaning of these names, boldly affirm, “This is who God says I am!”, and reflect this confidence in your daily life.
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    Author: Dr. Richard Winter Dr. Richard Winter, husband and father of four grown children, is a psychotherapist, counselor and professor of practical theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. A native of Britain, he trained in medicine and psychiatry in England and has lived in the United States since 1992. His books include Still Bored in a Culture of Entertainment and Perfecting Ourselves to Death.
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    The unlimited character of God is seen in His unlimited holy love, which is expressed in His unlimited atonement, Mandating an unlimited mission for His church that is empowered by His unlimited resources and assured by His unlimited presence! Is a person's eternal destiny sealed before he or she is ever born? Did God create some persons to spend eternity in heaven and others in hell with no choice, or can anyone respond to the gospel? Everything contained in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation bears testimony to the unlimited God, an idea that may be overwhelming to contemplate. In Unlimited Ken Hemphill explores God's character―His unlimited love, atonement, mission, resources, and presence―and addresses the crucial issue of who is allowed to respond to gospel. This 6-chapter study will encourage you to confidently join Unlimited God in His limitless mission.
  • With compelling, page-turning stories never before heard—some from the library of late evangelist Steve Hill—Trail of Fire describes moments in history when people encountered God and went on to transform their communities. A fresh revival is coming. Daniel Norris engages readers with themes and foundational principles related to revival. Each chapter reads like a novel rather than a historical treatise and provides action steps that readers can implement to cultivate and sustain revival in their lives and spheres of influence.
    Now is the time for those who hunger for renewal in their spiritual lives and are tired of the dull, dry routine of religious motion to boldly seek God for a revival in their land.
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    About The Author: Lacey Buchanan is a native of Middle Tennessee who is enjoying raising two rambunctious boys, Christian and Chandler, with her husband, Chris. She recently earned her Juris Doctorate from Nashville School of Law. She has traveled the country for the last four years, sharing her family’s story and spreading a message of hope in God. She is an avid runner, a lover of books, and a follower of Christ, and she plans to use her education to practice in the areas of disability advocacy and education.
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    About the author: Dr. Johnny Funderburg, pastor of Highland Baptist Church in Clovis, NM, has served in Christian ministry for thirty years. He met the Lord Jesus as a college freshman and soon thereafter began the pursuit of ministry studies. His undergraduate degree is from Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas. His Master of Divinity degree was completed at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, Texas. His Doctorate of Ministry degree was received from Luther Rice Seminary, Metro-Atlanta, Georgia.
  • In November 2004, Lora Jones was a happy wife and proud mother of two beautiful children. Lora and her family left for a family vacation, excited to celebrate the holidays, but sounds of music and laughter in their van were shattered by a head-on collision. Lora watched helplessly as, one-by-one, her beloved family slipped into eternity. Awake in a nightmare, all traces of laughter were replaced by the mournful cries of a wounded heart. How in the world could Lora go on alone? Song of a Wounded Heart tells the true story of Lora’s journey from death to hope. Unbelievably, God sang to her the night of the accident. “Do not be afraid,” He whispered, “This is for my glory.” How could that be possible? She was crushed under the enormous pain, unable to think. In the months to come, as she struggled to understand, God patiently continued to sing, drawing her gently to His side, daring her to trust Him. Lora shares her personal journal entries, including the Bible reading plan God used to speak to her and stories of people in the Bible who also struggled with faith. Join Lora in Song of a Wounded Heart as she asks God questions, deals with anger and loneliness, and chooses to believe in the goodness of God, in spite of the circumstances.
  • Seeds of Promise is an inspiring and powerful reminder that the Father’s covenant promises for eternal destiny are not meant only for the great patriarchs of old, but are given to every believer as well. In Seeds of Promise, the author unfolds to each of us, not only the scriptural foundation for faith in God, but also how our Heavenly Father will sustain us to nurture to maturity His “seeds of promise” in our hearts.

    James Macchi shows us how to persevere to fulfill God's promises for us through our battles, heartbreak, pain and sufferings as we keep our eyes fixed on His Son! In this powerful revelation of the Father’s heart of love, the author points the reader continually toward the Incarnate Seed of Promise—Christ Jesus, Who is longing for His love to be planted into every human heart.