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Members of One Another: How to build a biblical ethos in your church

"In this training manual for church leaders, McCallum discusses something far more important for local churches than methods, structures or gimmicks: "ethos." If you can build ethos into your group they will be ready to handle any obstacle and continue to thrive, regardless of your church model." - Ken MacGillivray, Hopedale Church

Organic Discipleship

Dennis and Jessica have used personal disciplemaking to raise up scores of Christian leaders. Those leaders have raised up hundreds. Speaking from their fifty years combined experience in Xenos Christian Fellowship (where over 250 home churches have been planted) the authors explain in practical and biblical terms how anyone can raise up disciples

Loving God's Way

Love means different things to different people, but God has his own view. DeLashmutt used the "one-another" passages in the New Testament to assess what love means when God uses the word.

The Master Plan of Evangelism

It all started when Jesus called a few people to follow him and share God's message with their neighbors. We are called to do the same. But evangelism can be difficult--even intimidating. With all the evangelism resources available, where should you turn to find sound advice on how to share the Good News with others?
The answers aren't found in TV evangelism, easy-evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques. Rather, Robert E. Coleman points to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ.
For more than forty years, The Master Plan of Evangelism has challenged and instructed more than 3.5 million readers. This abridged version for time-starved readers is as fresh, relevant, and effective as ever. Join the movement and discover how you can minister to the people God brings into your life.

Endless Hope or Hopeless End

Endless Hope or Hopeless End: The Bible and the End of Human History by [Rochford, James]

This incredibly accessible book brings a complicated subject within the easy grasp of the average reader. Bible prophecy and eschatology lead to endless debates among interpreters. Here, examine all the main schools of thought and how they get their conclusions. For more advance readers, extensive footnotes offer documentation and further reading.​