When something gets into your head, it will get into your heart and can affect you negatively. When this cannot be remedied through prayer, the situation must be looked at on a deeper, spiritual level.
Kind words from a dear friend—whether it’s a text, instant message, note, or letter—can be one of the most powerful ways to satisfy a universal longing to be appreciated. Here's how to do it effectively.
Welcome to the wonderful world of parables, where none of the characters have names, every story has an insight, and amazing things happen! There's something here for any Christian in a leadership role.
If you’ve thought it’s too difficult or time consuming to learn Spanish, help is on the way! This book will give you a basic understanding of Spanish that will make your mission trip more meaningful and fruitful.
This book doesn’t present just another theory. Robert’s plan has been proven a number of times. It’s a simple and easy-to-follow approach that works! Since 1999, he’s helped 16 churches find a new pastor.
Once Broken goes beyond identifying and addressing the problem of emotional ill-health. It provides a biblical solution, and does so with descriptive and yet humble examples from the author’s personal experience.
James demonstrates how individual Christians can take strategic ground and influence it for the Kingdom of God. The Light Switch is a call to creatively reach all those whom God has placed in our lives.
This book is meant to open up a conversation on the sensitive and difficult subject of dying. It will give patients, caregivers, and family members insight, information, and wisdom to prepare patients for end-of-life issues.
Coach Mike Gottfried learned what it takes to build winning college football teams. In The Home Team, he combines that knowledge with his years of experience working with Team Focus to lay out a game plan for successful family life.
Coach John Calipari shares that mentors are like lifebuoys: sometimes you need them when you’re drowning in a situation, sometimes you need them for sound advice, and other times you just need to bounce your ideas off them.