John Mulinde's prophetic message at IHOP 3/1/11
"To become a follower of Christ
and to receive DIVINE LIFE from above,
will entail dying to the old self-originated
and self-directed form of life."
~ L.E. Maxwell
This next great wave of transformation is changing the lives of children, their families and entire communities. Your heart will rejoice as you share in their triumph.
Be among the first to read this gripping narrative that displays the redemptive power of God among the most fragile.
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In December 2007, a young man walked into a Sunday service at New Life Church and started shooting. At the end of those terrifying moments, two young women lay dead as well as the gunman himself.
Brady Boyd, New Life's Senior Pastor, had to step up-and lead his congregation through a spiritual journey to process of the fear, the tragedy and ultimately to healing. Watch Brady as he discusses his learnings-and helps us understand ways to provide spiritual leadership and process when tragedy and grief strikes those who you lead.
The Prayers of Agnes Sparrow is the story of an unusual woman, Agnes Sparrow. No longer able or willing to leave her home, where she is cared for by her long-suffering sister Griselda, Agnes has committed her life to the one thing she can do—besides eat. Agnes Sparrow prays and when Agnes prays things happen, including major miracles of the cancer, ulcer-healing variety along with various minor miracles not the least of which is the recovery of lost objects and a prize-winning pumpkin. The rural residents of Bright’s Pond are so enamored with Agnes they plan to have a sign erected on the interstate that reads, “Welcome to Bright’s Pond, Home of Agnes Sparrow.” This is something Agnes doesn’t want and sends Griselda to fight city hall. Griselda’s petitions are shot down and the sign plans press forward until a stranger comes to town looking for his miracle from Agnes. The truth of Agnes’s odd motivation comes out when the town reels after the murder of a beloved community member. How could Agnes allow such evil in their midst? Didn’t she know? Well, the prayers of Agnes Sparrow have more to do with Agnes than God. Agnes has been praying to atone for a sin committed when she was a child. After some tense days, the townsfolk, Griselda, and Agnes decide they all need to find their way back to the true source of the miracles—God.
Allison Doll's mother is rebelliously turning fifty, her two best friends have started dating and a gorgeous injured relief pitcher named Ashton Boyd has joined her Sunday school class, rocking her world into confusion, heartache and temptation, places she hasn't visited in a long time, much less all at once.But with the help of family, old friends she really hasn't lost, a new friend she really can count on, and God, she begins to find out whether she'll always be a girl waiting for life to happen or a woman who's ready to commit to her best catch.Lindi Peterson definitely believes happy endings are just the beginning. She lives out her real life romance with her husband in a small Georgia town. When she's not writing, she loves to read, bowl and spend time with her family. Visit her at: LindiPeterson.com or TheFaithGirls.com
The chapters and topics in this study include:
1. Where is God When it Hurts? - Dive into the emotions of coping with chronic illness. How does one cope with the loneliness and isolation of illness? How can one feel God’s presence more intimately during times of suffering?
2. Lord, I Don’t Understand - We all wonder why God has allowed illness to be a part of our lives. Is it forever or temporary? What lesson should we learn from it? How can we grow closer to God despite the fact that He may not provide all the answers we may ask Him, especially when we want them?
3. The Exhaustion is Taking Over - When these feeling of exhaustion occur, we feel frustrated, unproductive and useless. Can God really use us when we can barely get out of bed and if so, how?
4. I Am So Scared About the Future - You may hear, “The Bible tells us to never worry about anything,” or “‘Real’ Christians always trust the Lord knows best so you need to pray harder.” But when your health is falling apart around you, how do you trust God? Discover what your true fears are and how exactly to turn them over to God.
5. My Friends Just Don’t Understand - “You look so good!” Surely you’ve heard this on more than one occasion and you may not know if you should take is as a compliment or as someone misunderstanding the seriousness of your chronic illness. How do you get passed friends who just don’t seem to get how much your life has changed since becoming ill.
A 50 page e-Book highlighting one of the best messages that you will read on the "perfectly perfect and completely complete"work of the cross.
Derek Prince shares 10 amazing things that Jesus completed on the cross for our benefit.
Dr. Kruger's first book is a window into the shocking truth about God — He dances in joy over us! God is not a divine legalist, a bookkeeper, who watches us like a hawk to see if we keep his rules. He is a passionate Father who desires nothing from us except that we know His acceptance and delight, and he calls us to participate in the life and joy that the Father, Son and Spirit share together. This book will bring tears to your eyes and deep healing to your souls. But be warned, it also exposes the folly of "religion".
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No one wants trouble to come. But when it does (and it always does), you can recover... you can prevail. "What do you do on the worst day of your life?" Brian Zahnd turned to the Bible for answers and discovered in the life of King David an inspiring story of hope and a pattern for full recovery. In "What to Do on the Worst Day of Your Life," he reveals the steps you must take to recover—and to recover all. In this audiobook you will hear about David, a man who wept but did not get bitter. You’ll listen in as David reorients his vision and regains his passion. Throughout this journey you will be reminded that God’s great work in David’s life was not an odd, one-off miracle but rather a pattern of faith for you when you face the worst day of your life.
An ideal gift book for leaders, features 30 heartfelt prayers, insightful reflections, and Scripture.
Imprisoned by Herod, John the Baptist struggles to understand a Lord who did not meet his expectations—a dramatic account offering insight into the ways of God. (c) Amazon.com
In this eloquent account of her current struggle with physical pain, Joni Eareckson Tada offers her perspective on divine healing, God’s purposes, and what it means to live with joy. Over four decades ago, a diving accident left Joni a quadriplegic. Today, she faces a new battle: unrelenting pain.
The ongoing urgency of this season in her life has caused Joni to return to foundational questions about suffering and God’s will. A Place of Healing is not an ivory tower treatise on suffering. Its an intimate look into the life of a mature woman of God.
Whether readers are enduring physical pain, financial loss, or relational grief, Joni invites them to process their suffering with her. Together, they will navigate the distance between God’s magnificent yes and heartbreaking no and find new hope for thriving in between.
From Publishers Weekly
This beautiful story of a young girl coming of age in the midst of racial turmoil and personal tragedy in 1960s Atlanta convincingly describes how religious faith satisfies the girl's deepest longings. Sixteen-year-old Mary Swan Middleton is white, wealthy and privileged "We are, of course, another fine Atlanta family," she says sarcastically. As the novel opens, her artistic and depressed mother has just been killed in an air crash in Paris, leaving a slew of secrets behind. As Mary Swan unlocks the past, she wrestles with her grief over her mother's death and the direction of her own life. But "the Lawd don't neva' waste our pain," says her wise African-American maid, Ella Mae. When Mary Swan begins volunteering with the poor, she falls in love with a handsome black teen, Carl. As she works through her confusion about her feelings for him and her despair over her mother, she finds her true calling as a painter and reformulates her preconceived ideas about race and faith. This creative novel is highly descriptive but not overdone, brimming with touches of humor, factual Atlanta settings, historical incidents and well-developed characters. Some tightening of overlong passages would have accelerated the pace, and the novel would stand on its own more effectively without the introduction and the epilogue, which mostly function as advertisements for a sequel. But these are minor glitches in a book that stands out in recent Christian fiction for its excellent writing and overall quality.
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One of the most well-known and loved stories of Jesus's ministry is the encounter with the Samaritan woman at Jacob's well. Now the creative mind of Diana Wallis Taylor imagines how the Samaritan woman got there in the first place. Marah is just a girl of thirteen when her life is set on a path that will eventually lead her to a life-changing encounter with the Messiah. But before that momentous meeting she must traverse through times of love lost and found, cruel and manipulative men, and gossiping women. This creative and accurate portrayal of life in the time of Jesus opens a window into a fascinating world. Taylor's rich descriptions of the landscapes, lifestyles, and rituals mesh easily with the emotional and very personal story of one woman trying to make a life out of what fate seems to throw at her. This exciting and heartwrenching story will fascinate readers and lend new life to a familiar story. (c) Amazon.com