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Faithfulness : No More Excuses
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Faithfulness is one of the most important qualities necessary for Christian service. God’s people are God’s stewards, and so we are accountable to him. Recognizing our responsibility to be faithful is an important step in the Christian journey: embracing this truth can lead to profound Christian ministry.
Are you faithful? There are some simple, and perhaps surprising, ways to find out. Biblical counselor Lou Priolo defines faithfulness and provides three tests for assessing your trustworthiness. You will be challenged by how you score! Through instruction and straightforward exercises, he helps you to turn from fear and excuses and embrace your God-given responsibilities. As you are faithful in little things, God will give you increasing opportunities to be faithful with much, much more.
Compassion : Seeing With Jesus Eyes
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Compassion is the emotion most frequently attributed to Jesus in the Gospels. But compassion is more than an emotion-it is a God-centered, God-inspired way of looking at the world. God commands us to love, so compassion is not an option! We should not try to serve people without a love for God. We must not try to serve God without a love for people, writes Joshua Mack. Using Jesus and Paul as our examples, Mack shows why compassion is central to our profession of faith and gives practical starting points for treating others as God desires.
Miscarriage : You Are Not Alone
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Anyone who has suffered through a miscarriage knows that it is one of the most painful experiences a woman can have. There’s an emptiness inside that you cannot describe and that no one else seems to understand. How can you grieve so much for a person you never really knew? With the compassion and wisdom of personal experience, Stephanie Green guides you through the process of grieving the loss of your baby. Addressing some of the most common struggles you will face in the wake of a miscarriage, she helps you see how Jesus gives you the strength to grieve well and the courage to keep moving forward.
Managing Your Emotions
Emotions are a powerful and important part of life, but sometimes it feels like they are out of control. Mild frustration quickly turns to anger. Sadness becomes despair. Disappointment deepens into bitterness. You may begin to wonder if you control your feelings or if they control you!
Amy Baker explains that our emotions don’t have to run our lives. Instead, our emotions can reflect God’s character even in our broken world. Through discussing how Jesus expressed his emotions and working through practical examples of real-life struggles, she shares how the gospel offers new resources for handling your emotions productively and reshapes the desires and interpretations that fuel your feelings.
Infertility : Comfort For Your Empty Arms And Heavy Heart
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The progression should have been natural. You got married, and children were supposed to follow in due time. But every month that ends in a period rather than a pregnancy has you feeling more and more depressed. Perhaps you even find yourself avoiding people and places with children because it is just too painful.
Amy Baker and Daniel Wickert help you see God’s presence and provision for you in the midst of your pain. With compassion and understanding, they walk through some of the struggles and pitfalls of dealing with infertility and offer practical help for leaning on Christ, connecting with your spouse, and engaging with others.
Stressed To The Max
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Does it seem like your to-do list always gets longer instead of shorter? Do you try to slow down but find yourself scrambling just to keep up? Stress is an unavoidable part of life, but it often seems you have more than your fair share. You can’t continue at this pace forever, but there doesn’t seem to be a way out.
With characteristic understanding and compassion, Joni Eareckson Tada helps you begin to slow down and sort through the sources of your stress. She offers the spiritual refreshment of Christ’s loving presence and words of encouragement, along with practical suggestions for exchanging a stressful lifestyle for a life of rest.
Your Child Says Im Gay$3.99Add to cart
Four little words that will rock any parent’s world: I think I’m gay. If your child said this, you are probably experiencing a combination of shock, denial, anger, confusion, and uncertainty. Despite your shock you still want to respond well. What should you say? What questions should you ask? How do you move forward in your relationship?
Tim Geiger walks with you through the ups and downs of dealing with your child’s revelation. With the wisdom and compassion of Scripture, he offers helpful advice for navigating the new complexities in your relationship with your child and hope for moving forward together.
Redeeming Your Painful Past
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Do you ever feel like your past is haunting you? Maybe it’s a mistake you made that can’t be made right or something that was done to you that can never be undone. You see the effects of it in your daily life, but struggle to know how to move forward. Sometimes you manage to forget for awhile, but it feels like you are never completely free of it.
Stephen Viars walks through the various ways the past can influence you in the present and unpacks how the gospel brings forgiveness, healing, and hope. By pointing out how Christ has redeemed your past and offers grace in the present, he offers helpful insights into how you can move forward in freedom.
Becoming A Widow
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No matter whether your husband’s death was expected or sudden, your loss is a total shock. Your world will never again be the same. You wonder how you can go on without him. And how will you manage the details of a life you built together? How do you get through each day when the grief feels like a tangible weight?
Through the lens of her own experience of losing her husband, Elizabeth W. D. Groves helps connect you to the rich tenderness of Christ’s love and daily provision for you. Firmly grounding you in his constant presence, she carefully guides you through the process of grieving and beginning to move forward with your life.
Menopause : Help For The Hot And Bothered
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Some call it the change of life. It is certainly that, and not always a welcome one! Hot flashes, memory lapses, tiredness, emotional struggles – they may not all be equal in severity, but you’re certainly experiencing the effects of growing older.
Though the world often tries to convince us that aging represents a loss of value, Amy Baker and Daniel Wickert offer a more biblical view that focuses on knowing and trusting Christ. Putting your hope in God and in his love for you will result in growth and fruitfulness, as you see that he is constantly at work in every stage of life to make us more like him.
Making Sense Of Suffering Pamphlet$3.99Add to cart
24 Ways I’ve Found Sense in Suffering by Joni Eareckson Tada
Suffering is miserable. When you’re overwhelmed by pain and problems, it’s easy to feel helpless, hopeless and sinking into a whirlpool of self-pity.
Joni Eareckson Tada knows about these emotions first hand. A diving accident in 1967 left her confined to a wheelchair as a quadriplegic at the age of 17. Joni knows what it’s like to suffer chronic pain. Yet she has found comfort and meaning in the God of the Bible.
Joni says, Somewhere after the first five years of life in my wheelchair, I noticed a change in my hardships. I was beginning to see how my quadriplegia was working for my good and God’s glory – simply put, it meant becoming more like Christ.
24 Ways I’ve Found Sense in Suffering is a Scripture-based pamphlet that will bring hope and comfort to those who are going through for personal difficulties, and will be a great help to groups dealing with grief, disabilities, emotional and physical trauma, divorce, and more.