|Engage by Wm. Craig Price|
Do you want to engage in evangelism but aren’t sure how?
The emerging generation in today’s culture believes evangelism is wrong according to recent studies. Yet Scripture is clear: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19 ESV). So how do we lead people to Jesus in a church with members who think evangelism is wrong? And how do we connect people with Jesus in an ever-changing culture? How do we share Jesus in a multicultural world?
Engage is a thorough guide to the daily ministry of sharing Christ with those in the world around you. This compilation handbook contains more than X chapters and covers effective evangelism to the elderly, children, and families while encouraging the church to become multicultural. Research and recommendations cover evangelism in various settings such as Sunday School, missions, and social justice situations to name a few. Become equipped to remind fellow believers of the New Testament context of evangelism, how morality can be engaged in evangelistic efforts, and lead others to understand the importance of prayer. This handbook covers these topics and so much more. Specifically, Engage offers you access to the research and tools you need to be equipped as you understand the:
- Theology behind evangelism
- Context of evangelism
- Role of the pastor and individual as evangelist
- Effective ways to reach children, the elderly, families and those marginalized by the church
- Elements of effective public invitations
If leading people to Jesus is your heart’s desire, Engage is the resource you need. Be the leader and instrument God uses to change the world. It’s time to engage in evangelism!
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|Messy Hope: Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety, Depression, or Suicidal Ideation by Lori Wildenberg|
How Can I Give My Child Hope?
“I’m such a failure.”
“No one cares about me.”
“I haven’t felt happy for a long time.”
“I don’t want to live anymore.”
If you have heard your child utter these words, your fear for their well-being has skyrocketed. But what can you do to help them?
Some experts say that depression and anxiety are the new normal. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in young people. As parents, we cannot accept this. Many young people feel helpless and hopeless. Our kids must be equipped with more than resilience and positivity. They need hope. Hope for a future. Along with her daughter Kendra, parent and family educator Lori Wildenberg encourages you to take the practical ways offered in Messy Hope to foster necessary hope growth in your children’s hearts. This is more than a self-help book, this is your lifeline to help them overcome depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation to experience a hope-filled life.
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|Remarkable Advent: God’s Extraordinary Plan Through Ordinary People|
by Shauna Letellier
Do you want to experience the Christmas story in a new way?
What if we peered through history’s frosted window and felt astonished by Jesus’ birth once again? In Remarkable Advent, Shauna Letellier drapes the fabric of imagination over the framework of Scripture, bringing the Christmas story to life through twenty-five devotional readings.
To retrace the story of Jesus’ birth, each devotional includes:
- A daily plan for Advent Scripture reading.
- Captivating storytelling that will engage the whole family.
- Relevant reflections that connect Jesus’ birth to your extraordinary place in his family.
- Guided prayer to help you focus on the wonder of Christ.
With breathtaking imagery and a fresh take on Scripture, this Christmas devotional will prepare your heart to celebrate God’s greatest gift.
You’ll see Mary readjust the knot on her belted waist. You’ll witness Joseph wrestling with Mary’s incredible story. And you will discover it has always been God’s intention to use ordinary people–like you–to fulfill his extraordinary plan.
Shauna Letellier draws upon her degree in Biblical Studies and two decades of Bible teaching to weave history, theology, and fictional detail into this delightful retelling of the Christmas story.
Get your copy before Advent begins, and marvel at the miracle once more.
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|Sober Cycle: Pedaling Through Recovery One Day at a Time by Sherry Hoppen|
Her alcoholism was at its fiercest. Desperately looking for a way out of her addiction, Sherry joined a fundraiser that would require her to cycle hundreds of miles from Michigan to Texas—despite not even owning a bike. Pedaling while miserably hung over and being chased by everything from poodles to pit bulls, she soon discovered the road to freedom wasn’t on a bicycle. True recovery would come from following a different path.
Sober Cycle is the true story of Sherry’s fight to escape alcoholism and all its shame and secrecy.
Written with a balance of honesty and humor, Sherry holds nothing back as she details her secret double life as an addicted follower of Christ. Recounting the many failed attempts to reach sobriety the hard way, Sherry offers hope to others without judgment or useless clichés, assuring fellow believers that redemption and healing can be found—without riding a bike for thousands of miles.
Addictions—whether it is drinking, excessive spending, prescription drugs, gambling, social media, or being entangled in sexual sin—can be found in every walk of life, but you too can ride your way to freedom and find a deeply satisfying partner in Jesus to help you get there.
In Sober Cycle, find renewed hope and practical steps to recovery one day at a time. There’s always hope when you find your way back to the one that can save you.
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This Christmas give that writer in your family a weekend at the Billy Graham Conference Center in Asheville, North Carolina.
While your writer-spouse meets with editors, agents, top-selling authors, and attends workshops, you can walk the trails, visit the chapel, or relax in a rocker overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Asheville Christian Writers Conference makes a great Christmas gift.
Be inspired! Revive your soul! Rooms at The Cove sell out fast, so reserve your spot now for the Asheville Christian Writers Conference February 18, 19 and 20, 2022