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"A must have." R.E. Fuller, The Sojourner

 
A LIGHT IN DARKNESS
Seven Messages to the Seven Churches
Volume One: Patmos, Ephesus, and Smyrna

by Rick Renner

The lands and the teaching of the Bible spring to life in A Light in Darkness, Volume 1, in which Rick Renner takes you on a journey back to the formidable times of the early Christian Church.

You will explore the sights and cultures of the ancient cities of Patmos, Ephesus, and Smyrna ó and come face to face with the alarming parallels between First Century paganism and certain practices gaining acceptance in society today.

Most notable, however, is the vivid account of the apostle John's vision of the exalted Christ, as Rick explains the significance of each aspect of Christ's appearance and His messages to the seven churches recorded in the book of Revelation. When you understand Christ's message to His Church then, you'll discover what His Spirit is still saying to the Church today. (Click on book photo for more info)

 

 

 

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"A must read." The Sojourner

 

Teaching Christians How To Reach the Lost With Results

by Riley Stephenson

When you hear the word "evangelism," what comes to mind? A loud, obnoxious preacher screaming at people on the street corner? Going door to door in a neighborhood with little or no results? Mustering enough nerve to talk to someone about Jesus only to be rejected? In his book, It's All About the Numbers, evangelist Riley Stephenson addresses these common misconceptions about evangelism and provides a refreshingly new approach to sharing your faith with very fruitful results!

 

 

 

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"A must read." The Sojourner

  Would you like a pocket full of quarters? It’s a metaphor for being prepared to face life. The premise of this book is that the greatest commandment, the Sh’ma, is the secret to meeting every human need. This book takes the freeing commandment, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbour as thyself. (Luke 10:27) and systematically leads the reader through five steps for applying it to specific life needs.

 

 
God has a master plan for your life...
   

It may not seem that way, especially when you stumble and fall, but you arenít just an accident of nature that God took pity on. Though it may seem that youíre blindly making your way through this world, the truth is that God is behind you... MORE

 

 

 

 

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