LifestyleDiscipleshipHow can we attempt to influence people who care little about religion, let alone their personal spiritual growth? Perhaps it is time to set our agenda aside and focus instead on where others are. Join Jim Petersen as he reexamines our assumptions about discipleship against the Scriptures in light of our world today. Includes study guide.

Transforming DiscipleshipMany churchgoers complain that their churches lack a coherent plan for discipleship and spiritual growth. In turn, many church leaders lament their lack of resources to build and manage effective programs to help people become fully devoted followers of Christ. In Transforming Discipleship Greg Ogden introduces his vision for discipleship, emphasizing that solutions will not be found in large-scale, finely-tuned, resource-heavy programs. Instead, Ogden recovers Jesus' method of accomplishing life change by investing in just a few people at a time. And he shows how discipleship can become a self-replicating process with ongoing impact from generation to generation.

LifeYouveAlwaysWantedThe heart of Christianity is transformation—a relationship with God that impacts not just our “spiritual lives,” but every aspect of living. John Ortberg calls readers back to the dynamic heartbeat of Christianity—God’s power to bring change and growth—and reveals both the how and why of transformation.

PurposeDrivenLifeThe most basic question everyone faces in life is Why am I here? What is my purpose? Self-help books suggest that people should look within, at their own desires and dreams, but Rick Warren says the starting place must be with God and His eternal purposes for each life. Real meaning and significance comes from understanding and fulfilling God's purposes for putting us on earth.

StruckByGraceAbout identity:
"Grace is lethal. It kills your ego, every last certainty you thought you had in this life, your sense of justice." Once you have grasped the concept of grace, your life will make a U-turn. You are struck by grace. You will not just receive a slap on the wrist, or a smack in the eye - a mere snub - but a life-changing sledgehammer blow.

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