Yearly Archives: 2005

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Praying Backwards: Transform Your Prayer Life by Beginning in Jesus Name

One of the most strategic things a Christian can do is to pray. Prayer has been referred to as a Christian’s lifeblood. This book is challenging, practical, and able to assist you in thinking more intentionally about prayer.

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The Kingdom Focused Leader: Seeing God At Work, In You, Through You, and Around You

The author reminds us that Jesus Christ is king who directs the affairs of his eternal kingdom. He wants us to be “kingdom focused leaders” who understand that Jesus Christ is king of the kingdom with all authority. This book will be a good primer or refresher to all Christians in places of leadership or who aspire to be kingdom focused leaders.

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The Big Picture Story Bible

A great story Bible to read with young children, this Crossway publication gives the story of redemptive history in a way you and your children will love.

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Adopted by God: From Wayward Sinners to Cherished Children

If you want a whole new, different and refreshing way to present the Gospel to people, as well as a way to strengthen the people already in your church, then I highly recommend Adopted by God. It will change the way you look at God – and the Gospel as well.

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Becoming Conversant with the Emerging Church

Our desire is to challenge and encourage Christians in leadership to know some of the issues in the church world. For example, one pastor of a sizeable church recently asked me, “What is this emerging church topic that I am beginning to hear about?” The reason for using this section of Equip for Ministry to review both books is because we have to carefully watch for the pendulum swing scenario. There are some good and valid things those within the emerging church movement are saying, and we need to hear and respond. However, as far as a paradigm, like postmodernism, there is so much missing that will make it a hollow movement and the younger generation, to whom it is trying to appeal, will question its value.