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Love the Life You Live, a 30-Day Journey, is much more than just a "how-to" book. It is a six-step, 30-day program designed to help people get to a point where they can endure with peace the hard times in life and embrace with joy all the good that comes their way. Do you want to put your life in order the way Jesus commanded? Do you simply want to put the pieces of your life back together again? Do you want to get to a point where you can help those around you? Or do you want a discipleship program that will help you and those around you dig deeper into the Word of God? Written with several purposes in mind, this book can be used as a Bible study or as a biblical counseling tool. Whether you are a housewife, a businessman, or even a full-time minister, this is the book for you!
  • 11 Feb 2013
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About The Book " Is there something in your life that's taking twice as long and costing twice as much as it should? " Have you kept asking God for help and still He has not answered your prayers? " Are there limitations that are keeping you frustrated? " What do you need from others when you are fearful? " When you lose a pet, what do you want from others? " What kind of God-legacy do you want to leave? To a man who thought he was too busy to own a dog, God gave a high-energy golden retriever so that he might find answers to these questions as well as "gentle reminders" of what he already knew. The God who gave this dog owner some good news (the gospel) is the same One who wants to give you good news. Through sixteen stories about a dog's life, you will find God-truths that will help you in your journey of life. About The Author For thirty years Joe has served in local churches as a minister of counseling and family ministry. He is currently ministering to pastors and missionaries as staff counselor at Fairhaven Ministries in Roan Mountain, Tennessee. Joe and his wife, Carol, live in east Tennessee, north of Knoxville.
  • 3 Oct 2011
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About The Book " Is there something in your life that's taking twice as long and costing twice as much as it should? " Have you kept asking God for help and still He has not answered your prayers? " Are there limitations that are keeping you frustrated? " What do you need from others when you are fearful? " When you lose a pet, what do you want from others? " What kind of God-legacy do you want to leave? To a man who thought he was too busy to own a dog, God gave a high-energy golden retriever so that he might find answers to these questions as well as "gentle reminders" of what he already knew. The God who gave this dog owner some good news (the gospel) is the same One who wants to give you good news. Through sixteen stories about a dog's life, you will find God-truths that will help you in your journey of life. About The Author For thirty years Joe has served in local churches as a minister of counseling and family ministry. He is currently ministering to pastors and missionaries as staff counselor at Fairhaven Ministries in Roan Mountain, Tennessee. Joe and his wife, Carol, live in east Tennessee, north of Knoxville.
  • 3 Oct 2011
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Forged by Conviction is a never before written, chronologically accurate account of the birth and prominent rise of the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia. • Meet the colorful personalities who helped to define and mobilize this great movement for God's glory. • Discover how both church planting and decentralization helped to carve what would become the foundation of one of America's most modern day struggles for biblical inerrancy. • Learn of the controversial and often courageous struggle of many Southern Baptist men and women who were seemingly cast as renegades by the liberal establishment. • See how their obedience to God and bold faith in Jesus Christ enabled them to witness their dreams—initially written on a napkin at a local restaurant—blossom into a great organization known as the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia. JEFFREY PINDER has been in full-time ministry for over twenty-five years. Aligned with the SBCV since its inception in 1996, he has had a unique vantage point from which to observe its early beginnings. He holds three advanced degrees, including a doctorate from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Graduate School. Jeff, his wife Cheryl, and their twin sons, John and Caleb, live in Port St. Joe, Florida.
  • 6 Jun 2011
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This book, The Mission of the Holy Spirit, grew out of a series of messages given by Pastor Wade Graber in 1995. Now fifteen years after the initial vision, paradigm shift, and some personal spiritual growth, Wade’s hope in penning The Mission of the Holy Spirit is for Christians to more fully understand the presence and ministry of God the Holy Spirit and for unbelievers to receive the indwelling Spirit. The message of the book is quite simple. You are the mission field of God the Holy Spirit. He has numerous things He wants to do in your life that affect your present and your eternity. The Holy Spirit wants to transform you into Christ’s image and glorify the Father and the Son. This book and the accompanying songs and music CD require uninterrupted worship and meditation in order to experience the richest reality of the Holy Spirit. Wade C. Graber is a born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. He began preaching in 1975 when he had a shoulder-shaking encounter with God at the age of 18. Wade has been pastoring since 1976. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in Bible with a minor in Greek from Sterling College and a master of divinity degree from Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Married to Peggy in 1977, the couple has two children, Evan and Megan. In addition to all of the joys and challenges of pastoral ministry, the Grabers have been blessed to experience missions in various countries including Mexico and Liberia. Evangelistic outreaches are a priority for Graber, but co-laboring with church family members and other organizations have extended his missions efforts into construction, medical, pastor training, orphanages, education, church planting, and other endeavors for the Kingdom.
  • 14 Mar 2011
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About The Book At one point I felt unlovable, hopeless, chaotic, and undeserving of anything good. The pain and despair nearly killed me. No drug, drink, meeting, woman, money, fame, or power could ever have fixed me. It has been my personal relationship with Christ that has healed those wounds. As you read what God has placed on my heart, please know that without Him, I am nothing; but because of Him I can share with you How God Sanitized My Soul. Born and raised in a Christian home, Jonathan Okinaga had plenty of biblical knowledge, but what he didn't have was a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. How God Sanitized My Soul is a personal account of Jonathan’s journey from the depths of drug addiction to his physical, emotional, and spiritual restoration. Jonathan started and now leads a recovery ministry at his church in Hawaii, a transformation for which he gives all the glory to Christ alone.
  • 7 Jul 2010
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At one point I felt unlovable, hopeless, chaotic, and undeserving of anything good. The pain and despair nearly killed me. No drug, drink, meeting, woman, money, fame, or power could ever have fixed me. It has been my personal relationship with Christ that has healed those wounds. As you read what God has placed on my heart, please know that without Him, I am nothing; but because
  • 16 Jun 2010
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In Where The Ground Is Even: A Christmas In The Arizona High Country, readers join a band of uniquely diverse sojourners, each with his own agenda, who converge on the small town of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the days before Christmas of 1881. Three Navajos ride from the east toward a white man's world of which they are suspicious. Two carefree but pining sheepherders walk through heavy snow from the west. A young family, the man wounded and the woman full with child, move north desperately ahead of a rage-filled cattleman and his men. A young, rakish deputy sheriff rides up from the southwest in pursuit of a wanted man. All converge at the foot of the San Francisco Mountains where their lives become forever intertwined. Armour was born in New Orleans and grew up in Texas. He has worked on several ranches in the trans-Pecos region of western Texas and spent time in the saddle on five continents, more than enough time in the saddle in wild country to realize the majesty of God, the temporality of human endeavor, the triviality of pomp and circumstance, the futility of greed, and the remarkable behavioral semblance of mankind and sheep. Armour welcomes the opportunity to make appearances for book signings and radio interviews and may be reached through Innovo Publishing at infoinnovopublishing.com
  • 14 Jun 2010
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In Where The Ground Is Even: A Christmas In The Arizona High Country, readers join a band of uniquely diverse sojourners, each with his own agenda, who converge on the small town of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the days before Christmas of 1881. Three Navajos ride from the east toward a white man's world of which they are suspicious. Two carefree but pining sheepherders walk through heavy snow from the west. A young family, the man wounded and the woman full with child, move north desperately ahead of a rage-filled cattleman and his men. A young, rakish deputy sheriff rides up from the southwest in pursuit of a wanted man. All converge at the foot of the San Francisco Mountains where their lives become forever intertwined. Armour was born in New Orleans and grew up in Texas. He has worked on several ranches in the trans-Pecos region of western Texas and spent time in the saddle on five continents, more than enough time in the saddle in wild country to realize the majesty of God, the temporality of human endeavor, the triviality of pomp and circumstance, the futility of greed, and the remarkable behavioral semblance of mankind and sheep. Armour welcomes the opportunity to make appearances for book signings and radio interviews and may be reached through Innovo Publishing at infoinnovopublishing.com
  • 12 Jun 2010
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Self-Publishing and Marketing From The Trenches by Peter H. Zindler (Innovo Publishing) will help guide you away from the pitfalls and money traps that await the self-published writer. It will maximize your budget, save you time, and help you publish professional books, ebooks and audio books in the global market. With 30 years in the trenches and several publications to his credit, Peter H. Zindler presents invaluable self-publishing insights, tips and recommendations, so don't miss out. Learn how to join the ranks of great self-published writers like Hemingway, Twain, Kipling, Shaw, Bryon, L'Amour, and Zane Grey.
  • 10 Jun 2010
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Self-Publishing and Marketing From The Trenches by Peter H. Zindler (Innovo Publishing) will help guide you away from the pitfalls and money traps that await the self-published writer. It will maximize your budget, save you time, and help you publish professional books, ebooks and audio books in the global market. With 30 years in the trenches and several publications to his credit, Peter H. Zindler presents invaluable self-publishing insights, tips and recommendations, so don't miss out. Learn how to join the ranks of great self-published writers like Hemingway, Twain, Kipling, Shaw, Bryon, L'Amour, and Zane Grey.
  • 10 Jun 2010
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