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Running from Mercy by Anthony Carter
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How is the ancient story of Jonah the prophet a microcosm of the human story in the 21st century? How does the prophet’s rebellious spirit and his resulting circumstances demonstrate the surprising and unstoppable grace of God?

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The Ministry of Ordinary Places by Shannan Martin
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Are you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to live a life of intention and meaning? Where do we begin? How can you best learn what it means to love and be loved right where God has placed you?

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ESV Story of Redemption Bible by Anonymous
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Do you view the Bible as a disconnected series of moral tales interspersed between impossible commandments, woven into a maze of mysteries that somehow produces a message about a nice Jesus in the New Testament to counter the mean God of the Old Test ...more
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NIV, Incredible Creatures and Creations Holy Bible, Hardcover by Anonymous
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We discovered that God has hidden mysteries in his Word—creatures of myth and legend—from six-fingered men to talking donkeys to the leviathan, and unicorns. Did these creatures really exist? The NIV Incredible Creatures and Creations Holy Bible (web ...more
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Handbook of Denominations in the United States, 14th Edition by Roger E Olson
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What are denominations and why are they important? What’s their history, doctrines, and practices? How many are there and why do they exist?
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The Passion Generation by Grant Skeldon
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Speaker and founder of the Initiative Network Grant Skeldon pulls back the confusing statistics about millennials to reveal the root issue: it’s not a millennial problem, it’s a discipleship problem. Read our blog post with Grant Skeldon here: https: ...more
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NIV, Adventure Bible, Polar Exploration Edition, Full Color, ... by Zondervan
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While on your arctic adventure in the NIV Adventure Bible: Polar Exploration Edition (Zonderkidz, 2018) (@Zonderkidz), you’ll meet all types of people, see all sorts of places, and learn all kinds of facts about the Bible. And most importantly you’ll ...more
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Rewire Your Heart by David  Bowden
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Is the way to fight sin to grit your teeth, strengthen your resolve, and rise above the onslaught of temptation? What does the Bible say about breaking the chain of sin and doing what is right instead of what is wrong?

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The Voice by Sandi Patty
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With a poignant history of sexual abuse, infidelity, divorce, and crises of self-image, music icon and 5-time Grammy winner and 40-time Dove Award winner Sandi Patty reveals in her new book how she found her voice within the context of God’s design f ...more
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A.W. Tozer
“The only power God recognizes in His church is the power of His Spirit whereas the only power actually recognized today by the majority of evangelicals is the power of man.”
A.W. Tozer, Tozer on Christian Leadership: A 366-Day Devotional

Christine Caine
“No matter what circumstances we might face in life, it is possible for us to overcome in the midst of them by taking hold of God’s thoughts.”
Christine Caine

Os Hillman
“God often uses failure to make us useful. When Jesus called the disciples, He did not go out and find the most qualified and successful people. He found the most willing, and He found them in the workplace. He found a fisherman, a tax collector, and a farmer. The Hebrews knew that failure was a part of maturing in God. The Greeks used failure as a reason for disqualification. Sadly, in the Church, we often treat one another in this way. This is not God's way. We need to understand that failing does not make us failures. It makes us experienced. It makes us more prepared to be useful in God's Kingdom -- if we have learned from it. And that is the most important ingredient for what God wants in His children.”
Os Hillman, Today God Is First: 365 Meditations on Christ Kingdom Principles in the Workplace

C.S. Lewis
“We have two bits of evidence about the Somebody [behind the Moral Law]. One is the universe He has made. If we used that as our only clue, then I think we should have to conclude that He was a great artist (for the universe is a very beautiful place), but also that He is quite merciless and no friend to man (for the universe is a very dangerous and terrifying place). The other bit of evidence is that Moral Law which He has put into our minds. And this is a better bit of evidence than the other, because it is inside information. You find out more about God from the Moral Law than from the universe in general just as you find out more about a man by listening to his conversation than by looking at a house he has built.”
C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity

John Ortberg
“God says, 'I will measure my people by the one standard that counts. It’s very simple. Are people hungry? Feed them. Are people sick? Help them. Are people oppressed? Stick up for them. Are the widows lonely? Visit them. Are there uneducated children? Teach them. Are people rejected because of the color of their skin? Befriend them.'

The widow of Zarephath fed Elijah even though she had but a handful of flour and a little oil in a jug. (1 Kings 17:7–24) In this story she is recklessly generous. She gives the last of what she has to Elijah.

We should all pause occasionally to ask if we are living with that kind of generous spirit. Maybe we have an abundance of oil and flour in our jars. Maybe we only have a little. Maybe we have a huge flour jar, or perhaps a very small one. No matter what we have, we can still learn to live with a generous spirit.”
John Ortberg

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