Friday, November 12, 2021
Book of the Week: Let This Mind Be In You: Biblical Studies in Christian Character
The Kingdom of God has ordinances that govern it. There is a way in which those therein should behave themselves. In this publication, we will discuss Kingdom Character. We will examine the appropriate character of the Christian. The Kingdom demands character. The believer must possess the mind and character of Christ.
Friday, November 5, 2021
Book of the Week: The Chastening of the Lord: Biblical Studies in God's Discipline
Discipline means training that teaches one to obey rules and control his behavior. Is this not what God does with us as believers? He allows circumstances and situations to happen in our lives to teach and train us. In this publication, we will look closely at the place of God’s discipline in the Christian Life.
Friday, October 29, 2021
Book of the Week: Walk in the Spirit: Biblical Studies in Christian Conduct
God has a standard of living that we, as believers, must live by. However, we must remember that our good works and acts must be a product of Christ’s character being formed in us. In this publication, we will examine the proper conduct for the Christian.
Friday, October 15, 2021
Book of the Week: Enoch, the Righteous: A Brief Expository of the Man Who Pleased God
In this publication, we will explore the life of Enoch. Enoch is known as the man who pleased God. Consequently, he went to heaven without dying. Though much is not written concerning him, we can learn from him. Through his example, we will learn how to please the Lord in our walk with him.
Friday, September 24, 2021
Book of the Week: The Prophetic Ministry: Exploring the Prophetic Office and Gift
Friday, September 17, 2021
Book of the Week: Manasseh, the Repentant: A Brief Expository of the Forgetful King
In this publication, we will explore the life of Manasseh, the son of Hezekiah. Manasseh is known for his ungodly rule in Judah. His atrocities while serving as king led to Judah's ultimate captivity in Babylon. However, we learn from the biblical record that Manasseh turned from his wickedness to serve the Lord. Believers can learn from his story. It reveals the depths of God s mercy and His willingness to forgive and restore. It is our hope that this story will challenge believers to forsake anything that displeases the Lord. In addition, our intent is to provoke a greater appreciation for God s love and His great mercy available to all in Jesus Christ.
Friday, September 10, 2021
Book of the Week: Conformed to His Image: Biblical Studies in Predestination
In this publication, we will discuss the predestination of God. When we speak of predestination in this publication, we are referring to what God has intended or purposed for your life. He has predestined men and women to be like Christ. The Christian should know that He will do what is necessary to see you fulfill it. Your greatest joy will come when you fulfill His desire.
Friday, September 3, 2021
Book of the Week: I'm Just Sayin': A Poetry Anthology for Life Moments
Have you ever had a “moment?” Sure you have. We’ve all experienced events in life that preceded these moments of confusion, explosion, and even bliss. The poems presented in this anthology express feelings and thoughts accompanying these life moments.
Friday, August 27, 2021
Book of the Week: Study to Show Yourself Approved: Exploring Christian Concepts for Victorious Living
In this book, we have compiled select teachings and exhortations to help the Christian become the proverbial master of his domain. Some areas of interest are the image of the Christian, the internal struggles of the Christian, and the inevitabilities that come with Christian life. It is our hope that this collection challenges and encourages the Christian today.
Friday, August 20, 2021
Book of the Week: The Mystery of Sonship: Exploring the Relationship between Salvation, Servant-hood, and Sonship
In this book, we will explore the mystery of sonship. Our salvation does not only entitle us to right-standing with God, but also relationship. Through salvation, we become sons (and daughters) of God. This relationship, however, does not exempt us from our responsibilities as servants of the Lord. In the pages of this book, we will examine the relationship between the salvation, servant-hood, and sonship of the believer.
Friday, July 30, 2021
Book of the Week: The Walk of Faith: Exploring Christian Precepts for Victorious Living
In this book, we have compiled select teachings and exhortations to transform the Christian's walk with Christ. Some areas of interest are the focus of the Christian, the fears of the Christian, and the fervor of the Christian. It is our hope that this collection challenges and encourages the Christian today.
Friday, July 2, 2021
Book of the Week: Motives in Ministry: Defining the Proper Motives for Ministry and Service
What is motive? How do we define motivation? Motive/motivation is defined as something (as a need or desire) that causes a person to act. So then, what causes us to do what we do in the Kingdom? What are the forces driving you to want to minister? Why do you want God to use you? Why do you allow God to use you? Self-inventory has to be taken on a regular basis. It is only through self-examination that our motives in ministry and service remain pure. As leaders and servants in the Church and kingdom of God, we can lose focus on God's plan and purpose for ministry.
Friday, June 25, 2021
Book of the Week: Troubled on Every Side: How God Uses People and Problems to Prepare Us for Ministry and Service
Time would fail to try to explain all of the dynamics that are associated with God’s preparation process for ministry and service. There is a definite art to how He does it. The only person that can hinder us is ourselves. In the pages of this book, we will discuss how God uses problematic people and situations to prepare us before and during ministry for effective service.
Friday, June 11, 2021
Book of the Week: The Doctrine of Sanctification: Understanding Sanctification and Holiness in the Christian Life
Sanctification is a vital aspect of the Christian experience. Those who come to Christ are sanctified; that is, set apart for God s plan and purpose. However, sanctification is not just a positional work of grace, but also a conditional work of believers as they grow in the knowledge of Christ. In this issue, we will discuss the doctrine of sanctification and its place in the Christian s life. In addition, we will explore the conditional and positional aspects of sanctification and its relationship to holiness.
Friday, June 4, 2021
Book of the Week: The Lazarus Effect: Experiencing a Personal Resurrection
In biology, the Lazarus Effect refers to species and other organisms that appeared in one time period and then disappeared; only to reappear at a later period of time. Biologists were amazed at how a species could be alive and well at a certain time and then seemingly go extinct. Then, this "extinct" species somehow comes back to life and reproduces. Biologists used the term Lazarus Effect based upon the New Testament account of Jesus miraculously raising His friend Lazarus from the dead. In this publication, learn how you can experience a Lazarus Effect in your personal life.
Friday, May 28, 2021
Book of the Week: The Pastoral Ministry: Exploring the Pastoral Office and Gift
The focus of this book is to bring clarity and understanding to the pastoral office and the pastoral anointing. This information will help individuals to recognize the operations of this anointing in their lives and in the lives of others. It is our hope that believers will develop a greater respect and appreciation for the pastoral office and gift.
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