William P. Farley

William P. Farley


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William Farley (Bill) is the Pastor of Grace Christian Fellowship, a church he planted in 2002 in Spokane, Washington. He has been married to his best friend, Judy, since 1971. He has five children and twenty-one grandchildren.

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Gospel-Powered Parenting, H...

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Hidden in the Gospel

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Gospel-Powered Humility

4.16 avg rating — 43 ratings — published 2011 — 2 editions
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The Secret of Spiritual Joy

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Outrageous Mercy: Rediscove...

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For His Glory: God's Ultima...

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Biblical Discipline That Ma...

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“To say that God is infinite,” wrote A. W. Tozer, “is to say that He is measureless.”3”
William P. Farley, Hidden in the Gospel: Truths You Forget to Tell Yourself Every Day

“Confession sends a crucial message to our children. It reminds them that, yes, my parents are imperfect, but they are deadly earnest about following Christ, about wanting to change, and about doing things God’s way. Failure to confess our faults sends the opposite message. “My parents talk much about Christ, but following him is not really that important to them. They don’t walk the talk. They tell us to do one thing, but they do the other. And when they fail, they go on as if it doesn’t matter.”
William P. Farley, Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting

“Virtue keeps more people out of heaven than all their sins combined.”
William P. Farley, Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting



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