Leaving The Church To Find God

Author: John Fenn
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1598583166
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Offers scriptural, safe, and balanced answers, tempered by real life experiences, on how to move from a traditional church structure to a more spiritually satisfying relationship-based Christianity.

Refuge The Sin Series Book 2

Author: AI Nasser
Publisher: Scare Street
ISBN:
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The small town of Refuge is the perfect hideaway for Patrick Lahm and the Freys. Nestled in the heart of Maine and miles away from the Kurtain Motel, Refuge promises both tranquility and ease of mind. The mundane routine of working in the local post office and buying groceries is all Patrick could hope for. For the first time in his life, things are finally looking up. But one can only escape from his sins for so long. Occasional nightmares, visions of the dead and a priest hell-bound on confessions leave the survivors feeling that it is only a matter of time before the darkness catches up. With Jimmy by his side, Patrick watches as the walls of reality crumble around him, and he quickly realizes that there can be no rest for the sinful. No matter how far they run.

A Church For The 21st Century

Author: Leith Anderson
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441263071
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From the author of Dying for Change, a book on how to bring change to a local church to meet the challenges of a changing society.

Church Without Walls

Author: Jim Petersen
Publisher: Navpress Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780891096634
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God has a need for women who will be there for other women--to encourage their dreams, speak into their lives, and listen to their hearts. Author Carol Kent imparts several principles from the life of Jesus for the making of an effective mentor. This effective discipleship tool and Bible study will help equip you to mentor the young women in your life who long to draw nearer to God.

The Blood Contract Trilogy

Author: Ron Ripley
Publisher: Scare Street
ISBN:
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Signed over two hundred years ago, the Blood Contract ensured the sanctity of the Blood lands. In return, the blood family dedicated their lives, and their deaths to the protection of the town of Thorne. For many years, the town of Thorne was nothing more than a picturesque New England village. But in modern day, the town is enjoying a boom in real estate development. To satisfy the developers with enough land, the town has decided to break the Blood Contract. And the Bloods are not pleased. Not at all. Now, as Autumn moves ever on towards winter, the Aldermen and the people of Thorne are going to learn that there is a price for ignorance. And it's higher than they could have ever imagined. The Blood Contract Trilogy Contains: 1. The Blood Contract 2. The Old World 3. Ghost Town

Evangelism In The Early Church

Author: Michael Green
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802827685
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Now a modern classic, Michael Green's Evangelism in the Early Church provides a comprehensive look at the ways the first Christians -- from the New Testament period up until the middle of the third century -- worked to spread the good news to the rest of the world. In describing life in the early church, Green explores crucial aspects of the evangelistic task that have direct relevance for similar work today, including methods, motives, and strategies. He assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the evangelistic approaches used by the earliest Christians, and he also considers the obstacles to evangelism, using outreach to Gentiles and to Jews as examples of differing contexts for proclamation. Carefully researched and frequently quoting primary sources from the early church, this book will both show contemporary readers what can be learned from the past and help renew their own evangelistic vision.

A Church On The Move

Author: Joe Paprocki
Publisher: Loyola Press
ISBN: 0829444068
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“IF FORMER CATHOLICS WERE CONSIDERED A DENOMINATION, IT WOULD BE THE SECOND-LARGEST DENOMINATION IN THE U.S.”—from A Church on the Move Many statistics on the Catholic Church today are sobering, and the future of the Church can seem bleak indeed. The average parish often feels helpless to do anything that might help turn the tide and revitalize the Church. But best-selling author Joe Paprocki insists that there is good news: with the right plans in place, the Catholic Church—and the local parish specifically—will not only survive, but thrive. A Church on the Move offers 52 practical strategies for moving parishes forward, principally by focusing on the one thing the Church can offer that the world-at-large cannot: Jesus Christ. Each chapter begins with a quote from Pope Francis, and each helpful strategy falls within one of five key categories: how a Church on the move thinks, functions, worships, forms disciples, and engages the world. Every chapter takes an honest look at a particular problem in the Church before moving to a creative, redemptive, and achievable solution. A Church on the Move brings to the parish level the great themes of Pope Francis’ papacy— mission, mercy, and evangelization—and replaces despair with a profound hope for the future of the Catholic Church.

Moving In Series

Author: Ron Ripley
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781539582472
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"Iron...and...salt," whispers the old man. The dead old man. "Hurry or it will be too late..." To escape the stress of living in the city and the anxiety of his high pressure job, Brian Roy moves his family to the country. His wife loves the easy living, but Brian hates it...especially when weird things start happening in the house. When he discovers a dead body in the woods and a burial ground in his basement, Brian could never imagine the shocking history of the house or its former occupants that comes to light. As his life starts to unravel, Brian isn't so sure living in the country is going to be the oasis of peace he and his wife expected. Lately, his home has become a haunting den of hell. The Moving In Box Set contains: 1. Moving In 2. The Dunewalkers 3. Middlebury Sanitarium

Church In An Age Of Global Migration

Author: Susanna Snyder
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 113751812X
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Migration has become a defining feature of the contemporary age. It has brought about significant changes in political, economic, social, and religious landscapes. This volume explores a question that has been little considered to date: how are churches being transformed in the face of global migration? The book features contributors from diverse national, denominational, cultural, professional, and linguistic backgrounds. Their essays reveal the ways in which migrants and the phenomenon of migration expose longstanding gaps and failings within Christian communities. However, the prevalence of migration and migrants simultaneously opens up fresh possibilities for churches to grow, renew, becoming more authentic, dynamic, and diverse. Church in an Age of Global Migration presents a collage of embodied ecclesial practices, understandings, and realities that have emerged and are continuing to develop in the face of global migration. Committed to transnational and ecumenical dialogue, and to integrating practical and theoretical perspectives, this volume is the first to offer an in-depth analysis of the ways in which churches are being changed by migrants.