A training resource for group leaders using the Titus 2 Discipleship material.
The phrase “let me be a woman” provocatively incites preconceived ideas of what kind of woman one is to be. The onslaught of feminist culture brazenly takes hold of our daughters and persuasively tells them, “Why shouldn’t you use your gifts and be rewarded? You deserve pleasure, prestige, money, and power!” Read more…
Sanford and Wilkens have identified eightculturally oriented worldviews that subtly work their way into a Christian’s mind and heart thus impacting their daily lives and often without ever giving them a second thought. These hidden worldviews have the power to knock us off course in our Christian life and actually cause us to betray who we say we are and what we are supposed to stand for.
Why are more Christians not Reformed in their theology? This volume is about contemporary Christians who are not ashamed to embrace Reformational Christianity;not only rare for American Christians today, but it is twice as rare for an African-American Christian.
Studies reveal that 50-65 % of Christian men have significant problems with pornography and the problem is getting worse. Because most of the men in our churches are not equipped to battle lust from a grace-centric perspective, thousands are sliding down the steep slope towards pornography addiction.
The free downloadable leader’s guide for The Gospel of Mark: The Mystery of the Kingdom Revealed, CEP’s most recent study written by Charles Dunahoo.
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Jerram Barrs is a masterful storyteller, bringing the lives and times of different biblical women alive to the reader. In each chapter, Jerram relates the historical setting and cultural practices to present-day practices to help the reader identify more closely with the biblical women.