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I Used to Be So Organized: Help for Reclaiming Order and Peace
Glynnis Whitwer

Leafwood Publishers, 2011

Combining spiritual encouragement and practical application I Used to Be So Organized presents a balanced approach to finding order and peace for today s overwhelmed woman. I Used to Be So Organized addresses the frustrations many women feel when they can't get a handle on their lives. They know, deep in their hearts, they should be able to manage things. After all, they used to be organized . . . ten or twenty years ago. But now, life ...
  
  











  



  
Faith, Hope, Love, & Deployment: 40 Devotions for Military Couples
Heather Gray

Leafwood Publishers, 2014

Just as Heather Gray and her deployed husband realized, many military couples need more than their own imaginations to keep their marriages flourishing during deployments. This is their answer to that dilemma. During her husband David's last deployment to Afghanistan, Heather and he realized the need for a devotional that would not only draw them closer to the Lord, but also to each other while separated. They envisioned a combination of ...
  
  











  



  
Children's Easy-to-Read Bible
World Bible Translation Center

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

This complete Bible in an Easy-to-ReadTM translation contains 40 full-color illustrations, and map. It provides an ideal way for parents to read God's Word to their children, and for elementary school-aged children to read God's Word for themselves. The Easy-to-ReadTM Illustrated Children's Bible was designed to give families and churches a way to introduce God's Word to children, so they can understand the plan Jesus Christ has for their lives. ...
  
  











  



  
How to Start a Riot: Support Your Local Jesus Revolution
Jonathan Storment

Leafwood Publishers, 2014

A story about shipwrecks, snakebites, beatings, meetings, and other church events. When was the last time you saw crowd control at a church? If you ask most people--at least Western people--what they think about Christianity, they will probably give you a pretty domesticated vision of church. Almost half of Americans think that religion is at best irrelevant and obsolete, and possibly a way of making the world a worse place. But I have a hunch ...
  
  











  



  
Healing Care, Healing Prayer: Helping the Broken Find Wholeness in Christ
Terry Wardle

Leafwood Publishers, 2001

This book is a guide for those caregivers who want to include inner healing prayer as part of their ministry. Whether professionals or concerned laypeople, Christians can be used consistently by the Lord to facilitate deep change and healing in wounded people.
  
  











  



  
Thin Places: An Evangelical Journey into Celtic Christianity
Balzer Tracy

Leafwood Publishers, 2007

There has been a revival of all things Celtic in recent decades, producing everything from Irish folk music to a rise in pagan mysticism. By contrast, Tracy Balzer's book, Thin Places: An Evangelical Journey into Celtic Christianity is written to introduce contemporary Christians to the great spiritual legacy of the early Celts, a legacy that has remained undiscovered or inaccessible for many in the evangelical tradition. Thin Places not only ...
  
  











  



  
Living Jesus: Doing What Jesus Says in the Sermon on the Mount
Randy Harris, Greg Taylor

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

The Sermon on the Mount is more than great ideas by a great teacher. It is a way of life. Randy Harris invites you not just to understand these great teachings but to live them in ways you never before imagined. This new book is a training tool for people who want to live the way of Jesus. Centered on the entire contents of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew 5-7, it unpacks the sermon in hard-hitting, easy-to-understand, and practical ...
  
  











  



  
Hell: A Final Word
Edward W. Fudge

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

Today, hell is a front-burner topic, thanks to media attention stirred by megapastors Rob Bell, Francis Chan, and others. But, between the extremes of universal salvation and everlasting torment, there shines a third view, known as annihilationism or conditional immortality, claiming the most biblical support of all. Now the man whose 500-page book, The Fire That Consumes , helped ignite the scholarly debate thirty years ago brings this ...
  
  











  



  
Life Work: Confessions of an Everyday Disciple
Randy Harris

Leafwood Publishers, 2014

What does minimal human ethics look like? Can Christians really be followers of Jesus in the way they live today? In his own unique style, Randy Harris wrestles with these and other ethical issues facing Christians and all humanity. In a world gone crazy, what would basic human decency look like? Are there principles that all humans could follow to make their neighborhoods, countries, and world more just and peaceful? Randy Harris, from his long ...
  
  











  



  
Stressed-Less Living: Finding God's Peace in Your Chaotic World
Tracie Miles

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

Women have a desperate longing for a stress cure--a revitalized perspective and re-energized faith. STRESSED-LESS LIVING offers life-changing, heart-renewing, long-lasting remedies that will bring peace, even when things feel out of control. Life is tense and offers no easy answers or quick fixes. The good news is that in a world of unrest and stress readers can find the peace for which they hunger. Tracie Miles, in this breakthrough book, ...
  
  











  



  
Costly Grace: A Contemporary View of Bonhoeffer's The Cost of Discipleship
Jon Walker

Leafwood Publishers, 2010

In 1937, on the threshold of Nazi Germany s war on the world, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote what turned out to be one of the most influential books of the century, The Cost of Discipleship. In it, he challenged the flabby faith and compromises of German Christians, famously writing, When Christ calls a man he bids him come and die. Now, seventy-three years after the book was first published, Jon Walker writes Costly Grace: A Contemporary View of ...
  
  











  



  
The Power of Positive Fitness: Maximizing Physical, Mental & Spiritual Health
John M. Rowley

Leafwood Publishers, 2011

The Power of Positive Fitness is a ''whole person'' fitness plan that will quickly give you the energy you need to live an inspired life. The self help, fitness, and spiritual communities have tended to segment a person's life into isolated parts. Not this book. This book is passionate about seeing every dimension of your life developed to its fullest--being physically, mentally, and spiritually fit and living a lifestyle that supports your ...
  
  











  



  
When a Woman Finds Her Voice: Overcoming Life's Hurts & Using Your Story to Make a Difference
Jo Ann Fore

Leafwood Publishers, 2013

What happens when brokenness stains our spirits, when the hurts of life linger? Secret or unresolved hurts leak into our everyday lives, filtering into everything we think we know about who we are. We tend to question our value and meaning. We feel unimportant, incapable, ''less-than'' or ''not good enough.'' So we put on our false faces, the ''life-is-just-fine'' masks, while we bury ourselves in family, career, and service to others. And we ...
  
  











  



  
Draw Close To The Fire: Finding God in the Darkness
Terry Wardle

Leafwood Publishers, 2004

This book lays out the source of healing and charts the path toward healthy relationships and spiritual maturity. How do you respond when you find yourself facing a dark and difficult valley? Most of us want to hurry through the tough times. But when we draw close to the fire of God's presence, we discover priceless treasures found only in the darkness of difficulty and discomfort. For those experiencing the darkness of deep emotional wounds, ...
  
  











  



  
Radical Recovery: Transforming the Despair of Your Divorce into an Unexpected Good
Brown Suzy

Leafwood Publishers, 2007

This book is a manual for divorce recovery. The author writes: "Wherever you are on the mid-life divorce trail, take a deep breath and realize there is a plan for you after divorce. Radical Recovery is a resource guide to help you survive those first awful days, weeks, months, and, of course, all the nights of a mid-life divorce." The goal of this book is not just survival, it's life-transformation. Suzy writes: "You can change absolutely ...
  
  











  



  
Divorce & Remarriage: A Redemptive Theology
Rubel Shelly

Leafwood Publishers, 2011

In this book, a serious scholar with extensive experience in ministry looks at the question of divorce and remarriage. He offers a redemptive theology that affirms the importance of marriage, the urgency of helping people survive their marital crises, and the redemptive mercies and grace of God for those who have divorced and remarried.
  
  











  



  
I Knew Jesus before He Was a Christian... And I Liked Him Better Then
Shelly Rubel

Leafwood Publishers, 2011

Asking why Christianity is unattractive to so many people, this book contrasts a revolutionary Jesus who changed the world with a marginalized church that is being ignored by our culture. And it explores how churches can do a better job of representing Jesus to the world. Has ''the church'' become a barrier to faith? Is what our culture knows as ''the church'' a near approximation of Christ's presence in the world? Or does ''the church'' give a ...
  
  











  



  
Breakfast with Bonhoeffer: How I Learned to Stop Being Religious So I Could Follow Jesus
Jon Walker

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

Reading like a non-fiction novel with a story both heart-breaking and heart-warming, Walker reveals how God used the writings of Bonhoeffer to push him past the Christ-less beliefs and religious thinking that had come to represent his faith. While Jon Walker was encountering Bonhoeffer every day as he wrote the books Costly Grace and In Visible Fellowship, he found his world collapsing and his faith faltering. After almost twenty years in ...
  
  











  



  
A Woman Called: Piecing Together the Ministry Puzzle
Sara G. Barton

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

The call to ministry is profound and life-changing, one that women are often forbidden to answer. In this sensitive and moving memoir Sara Barton speaks openly and vulnerably about how the conflict has played out in her life. In many churches today, Christians assume that women are excluded from the public role of preaching--yet women like Sara Barton experience a call to preach, forcing congregations and individuals to confront a complicated ...
  
  











  



  
Hell A Final Word: The Surprising Truths I Found in the Bible

Leafwood Publishers, 2012

Today, hell is a front-burner topic, thanks to media attention stirred by mega-pastors Rob Bell, Francis Chan, and others. But, between the extremes of universal salvation and everlasting torment, there shines a third view, known as annihilationism or conditional immortality, claiming the most biblical support of all.
  
  











  








   



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