Daily Grace for Teens offers inspiration and encouragement using vivid illustrations of just how God’s provisions and blessings provide for the needs of a teen’s highly-charged life. Even more they show how God Himself is the greatest grace provision a young person can have: His mercy, His love, His holiness and more.
About the author
Michelle Medlock Adams is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author, earning top honors from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Hoosier State Press Association. Author of over 70 books and a regular blogger for Guideposts, Michelle has written more than 1,000 articles for newspapers and magazines since graduating with a journalism degree from Indiana University.
In January 2016, Michelle’s devotional, “When Chocolate Isn’t Enough: An Inspirational Survival Guide for Moms” earned the Gold Award in the devotional category of the Illumination Awards. And, in October 2014, her book “Encouraging Words for Mothers” (Barbour) won the Award of Excellence for Nonfiction Books from CLASS Christian Writers Conference Book Contest. Also, her board book “God Knows You” won The SELAH Award for best children’s book in 2014, as well as “Book of the Year.”
If a poll were taken of Old Testament Jews on the birth of their Lord and Savior, what percentage do you think would have predicted that the cast of characters would be a virgin teenager betrothed to a lowly carpenter, barnyard animals, and stinky shepherds? Probably not many.
In Do You See What I See? pastor Ross Parsley shows how God uses ordinary people to fulfill His plan and purpose. He gives a warm, humorous, and uniquely honest look into the nativity story. Along the way he highlights how God’s favour and plans are often followed by dashed hopes, heartache, and disappointment. But he also shows that if we’re faithful with what God puts in front of us we can accomplish the extraordinary.
About the Author
Ross Parsley is the worship pastor at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and has the musical recordings My Savior Lives and I am Free. Highly sought after around the world as a speaker and worship leader, Ross also founded the New Life School of Worship. He and is wife, Aimee, have five children.
CHARISMATIC? YOU CERTAINLY ARE… IF YOU ARE A CHRISTIAN AT ALL.
But perhaps not in the way the term is frequently used today. Charismata is a Greek word meaning “gifts of grace.” It refers to the gifts or special abilities given to Christians by the Holy Spirit–all the gifts, not just speaking in tongues or miracles or healing.
- What are the 19 gifts?
- Are they all for today?
- What is their purpose?
- How can we discover and put to use our own gifts?
All of these questions, plus a careful examination of gifts revealed in the Bible, are included in this in-depth study, first published in 1974. If you want to know what the Bible says about spiritual gifts, this book is for you.
About the author
Dr. Leslie Flynn is the former pastor of Grace Conservative Baptist Church in
Nanuet, New York, where he served for 40 years. He has written more than 30
books, among them this classic and The Twelve.
As a pastor and chaplain at a cancer treatment facility, Dr. Michael S. Barry has spent hours with cancer patients listening to their stories, reflecting with them on their disease, and helping them better understand the role their faith can play at this critical time. And frequently, he has sat beside them as they wrestle with tough questions that have no easy answers.
Now Dr. Barry shares the answers that have come to his heart through his ministry to men, women, and young people engaged in the battle of their lives. These answers will re-engage your faith, re-energize your mind and body, and revitalize your hope. These answers will truly give you A Reason for Hope.
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About the Author
As director of pastoral care at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia, Dr. Michael S. Barry specializes in the connection between spirituality and health, particularly as it relates to cancer. Dr. Barry earned his bachelor of arts at the University of Texas at Austin, master of divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and doctor of ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary.