See God for Who He Is, Not What You Think He Ought To BeAnyone who has tried to describe God to someone else, especially an unbeliever, knows that it is easy to find yourself at a loss for words. It seems that this part of our lives, which we claim is central, is often difficult to put into words. But if you know God, shouldnt you be able to describe him? What is he like?
Natalie Vellacott took a two-year break from her job with Sussex Police and joined the Logos Hope Christian missionary ship. The ship, staffed by volunteers from sixty-five different countries, was sailing the waters of Asia. Natalie began by serving visitors in the mayhem of the International Cafe before moving to the isolated recesses of the ships dangerous freezers as
The one great obsession of A. W. Tozer�s life was worship. Many have written about worship, but Tozer surpassed them all in simple passion and supreme purpose. Compiled from material never before published, this book presents Tozer�s systematic teaching on worship, the subject close to his heart. One of the first in evangelical circles to call attention to the doctrine of
Shame can take on many forms. It hides in the shadows of the most successful, confident and high-achieving woman who struggles with balancing her work and children, as well as in the heart of the broken, abused and downtrodden woman who has been told that she will never amount to anything. Shame hides in plain sight and can hold us back in ways we do not realize. But Chris
You are NOT who you think you are. In fact, according to bestselling author Craig Groeschel in Altar Ego, you need to take your idea of your own identity, lay it down on the altar, and sacrifice it. Give it to God. Offer it up.Why? Because you are who GOD says you are. And until you�ve sacrificed your broken concept of your identity, you won�t become who you are meant to b
Product Description A visual, poetic exploration of the narrative nature of the world and the personality of the Poet behind it all.When Nate Wilson looks at the world around him, he asks What is this place? Why is this place? Who approved it? Am I supposed to take it seriously? What could such an outlandish, fantastical world say about its Creator?In these sparkling
The supreme interest in the life of A.W. Tozer was God. He believed that all that really matters is for people to be in right relationship with God. He delighted to exhort Christians to let this be the purpose of their lives. The 39 chapters of this book deal with one subject: the relationship of God and people.
Now a New York Times Bestseller!As a college student he spent 16 days in the Pacific Ocean with five guys and a crate of canned meat. As a father he took his kids on a world tour to eat ice cream with heads of state. He made friends in Uganda, and they liked him so much he became the Ugandan consul. He pursued his wife for three years before she agreed to date him. His gra
Women want answers! A busy twenty-first century woman who has not taken the time to think through exactly what she believes about God, even why she believes in God, tends to live as a practical atheist. Todays Christian woman needs the transformation that having a reasoned belief in the reality of Gods existence can bring, the intellectual confidence that will empower he