Steps to Freedom: Six Steps To Advancing Your Walk With Jesus Christ

Steps to Freedom: Six Steps To Advancing Your Walk With Jesus Christ

Would you like to grow in your walk with Jesus Christ? Do you desire to do the things that Jesus did, and more?

I knew there had to be more to this Christian walk than I was experiencing and I began to ask God what was missing. An entire realm was opened to me. He began to show me things in my life that I needed to purge before I could grow. As I purged my life from evil and hindrances that were holding me back I experienced freedom like never before. I became addicted to repentance because every time I was obedient I was blessed with more power for miracles and encounters with Jesus. I was touched by the Holy Spirit and began to finally grow spiritually.

Now I can hear the Holy Spirit clearly and see in the Spirit as the Holy Spirit allows. Now when I pray for people I see them get healed. My passion for the lost has grown and I have introduced many souls to Jesus Christ and teaching others how to witness and go on treasure hunts.

The love and compassion of God has motivated me to love on the homeless in ways I would have never imagined. My entire walk with God is my highest priority in life and He has changing me to look more like Him. I never knew being a Christian could be so fun and serving God could be so satisfying.

My life is service to Abba Father and I do not want it another other way. It all came about through years of spiritual warfare. I used these steps to walk through the self-deliverance process. In this book, you will discover steps to freedom which include the following; be still and know He is God, get ready for revelation and repentance, understand the blessings of obedience and penalties of disobedience, prioritize Jesus in your life, learn to journal and walk out your new lifestyle. Each step contains prayers and declarations that will bring breakthrough.These steps of freedom will enable the Holy-Spirit filled believer to destroy the enemy in their lives. Understanding Christ’s righteousness leads us to a place of desiring more of Him and less of us. This is the process of dying to self.The goal is not only to have greater intimacy with Jesus Christ, but to become more Christ-like and to fulfill the God-given assignment that is for every believer of Jesus Christ.

This is a workbook which means there is work involved if you want the desired results. This is a lifestyle change that will take much discipline, time, and lots of effort. This workbook will help you break free from strongholds, hindrances and empower you to advance your walk with Jesus Christ. As you complete the steps of freedom this will become your story of deliverance. Invest in yourself and begin walking in victory today!

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The Perils of a Pastor’s Wife – Hope and Encouragement for Women in Ministry by Nan Jones

The Perils of a Pastor’s Wife – Hope and Encouragement for Women in Ministry by Nan Jones

Nan Jones understands the frustrations and stress women in ministry face. As a former pastor’s wife, she’s experienced the pressures and loneliness that comes from ministry burnout, social isolation, frantic schedules, and unrealistic expectations.

If you’re a pastor’s wife or a woman in ministry struggling with your calling, this book offers a lifeline of hope and encouragement.

Be empowered to fight spiritual battles with God’s grace and promises, protected by His armor. Learn creative ways to stand up for yourself and feel the blessing of your calling as a ministry helper. The Perils of a Pastor’s Wife will guide you through the calamities of life and restore your confidence in God’s purpose and plan for your life and ministry.

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About the Author

Nan Jones ministered alongside her husband for thirty-one years in small, rural churches across North Carolina. She enjoyed the rewards of pastoral service, endured its fiery trials, and learned to find the light and comfort of God’s presence when ministry gets ugly. Nan is a Bible-study teacher, author, and speaker who delights in helping Christian women find God in their darkest hours.
Vital Preaching by Justin Tull (Author)

Vital Preaching by Justin Tull (Author)

Within the pages of this book Dr. Tull explores the theology and practice of preaching. He insists that preaching is a craft to be honed, one that grasps the essence of the biblical message, the nuances of day-to-day life, and the skills required to connect the two.

He shares with the reader his own “keys for vital preaching” and concludes by offering sermons that illustrate how these keys can be put to good use. Preachers in search of a fresh look at the art of preaching will find here keen insights and valuable practical steps for the awesome task of proclaiming God’s word.

About the Author

The Reverend Doctor Justin Tull retired from active ministry in June of 2006 after serving United Methodist churches in the North Texas area for 37 years. During this time he was senior pastor of nine churches ranging in membership from 274 to 2200. Since then he has served as Interim Senior Pastor at Suncreek UMC, Allen Texas (2009) and Vista Ridge UMC, Lewisville, Texas (2010). In 2014 he joined the staff of Pastoral Counseling Center of Dallas as a clergy coach.

Dr. Tull was graduated from Hendrix College with a major in literature and philosophy. He received three degrees from Perkins School of Theology: a Master of Theology (1970), a Master of Sacred Theology in Old Testament (1971), and a Doctor of Ministry in Preaching (1985).

Dr. Tull is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) for the International Coach Federation (ICF) and is also certified as a transitional intentional interim ministry specialist.

Dr. Tull is the author of numerous articles and six books: Wrestlings, Wonders, and Wanderers, Why, God, Why? Sermons on the Problem of Pain, Christmas Journeys: Finding Joy along the Way; Interim Ministry: Positive Change in Times of Transition; Surviving and Thriving in Ministry: Lessons I Learned; Mistakes I Made, and Vital Preaching: The Art of Sharing God’s Word.

Dr. Tull lives with his wife Janette in Carrollton, Texas. He enjoys writing, racquetball, music, and vacationing in Colorado.

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Pastor Productivity Maximizer: The Ultimate Guide To Getting More Done In Less Time by Caleb Breakey

Pastor Productivity Maximizer: The Ultimate Guide To Getting More Done In Less Time by Caleb Breakey

Want to maximize your pastoral leadership and church administration?

In Pastor Productivity Maximizer, discover why most pastors struggle to stay productive, what needs to change about your current office atmosphere, and how to implement 35 of our favorite productivity tips to help you make the most of your time.

You’ll learn tactics and strategies to:

Eliminate distractions
Find your motivational spark
Set up your perfect work environment

Ready to make yourself a more productive pastor? By making just a few changes to your office and the way you organize your day, you will save time, minimize stress, and lead a rich, fulfilling pastoral ministry. Your family and congregation will reap the benefits too!

Add this little book to your pastoral resources and watch as your church leadership and church management skills skyrocket in efficiency and effectiveness!

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About the Author

Caleb Breakey is the founder of SermonToBook.com and the author of Called to Stay, Dating Like Airplanes, Sermon Crunch, Pastor Productivity Maximizer, and Pastor Email Power. SermonToBook.com began with a simple belief: that sermons should be touching lives, not collecting dust. That’s why the SermonToBook.com Team turns sermons into high-quality books that are accessible to people all over the globe. Turning your sermon or sermon series into a book exposes more people to God’s Word, better equips you for counseling, accelerates future sermon prep, adds credibility to your ministry, and even helps make ends meet during tight times. John 21:25 tells us that the world itself couldn’t contain the books that would be written about the work of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to try anyway because, in Heaven, there will no longer be a need for sermons or books. Our time is now. If God so leads you, we’d love to work with you on your sermon or sermon series. Visit sermontobook.com to learn more.