272 pages, 3 of 4 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Many women try too hard to be nice. It’s a way of life for many who live in a culture that expects them to be the ones who “keep everyone happy.” But what happens when keeping everyone else happy drains your own happiness?
This book by bestselling author Dr. Kevin Leman shows how women who find themselves manipulated by impassivity, guilt, or abusive behavior can learn to assert themselves while maintaining their “pleasing” personalities.
2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
The daily news reminds us of the ongoing conflict between Muslims and Christians across the world, especially in places like Indonesia and Sudan. Even in America, where freedom of religion is a cardinal virtue, many Christians are increasingly anxious about a growing Muslim presence. But this is not a new tension; it stretches back to the seventh century. This eBook is an attempt to give a highlight reel of that history to help us gain perspective on the conflict today.
Given the amount of hostility and misinformation in this discussion, it is vital to get the history and facts straight. There are conflicts that will never go away, of course; there are irreconcilable theological differences between Christianity and Islam. But conflicts based on poor historical understanding—well, the world is too dangerous a place to keep fostering those. And we will only be successful at reaching out to our Muslim neighbors with the love of Christ when we come in both grace and truth.
102 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
We live in a time marked by change. Electronic communications enable any message to reach virtually any person in virtually any part of the world. In this world, how can something originally written so long ago compete? Is the message that was originally called “Good News” still as relevant in the age of electrons as it was in the time of papyrus?
In the follow-up to his successful book Podcasting Church, Paul Clifford seeks to answer these questions and more:
- What is Twitter?
- What kind of account should you have?
- How can you regularly tweet without repeating yourself?
- How do you keep spammers at bay?
- How can you reach people that need to hear Christ’s message?
This is a book for every Christian interested in spreading Christ’s message of hope and forgiveness, in an age increasingly marked by distraction and background noise, needs to read. This is an opportunity that the Church can’t pass up to communicate its message.
128 pages, 1 of 1 review is 5-star, Lending Enabled
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48 pages, 8 of 8 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
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