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Discipleship

Discipleship

A collection of A. W. Tozer's best writings on discipleship
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20 Things We'd Tell Our Twentysomething Selves

20 Things We'd Tell Our Twentysomething Selves

Wise advice, warmly given, that will help you make your twenties count.
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Unexplainable Jesus

Unexplainable Jesus

Step into the streets of Jerusalem and encounter the Jewish Rabbi who turned the world upside down.
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Heaven Revealed

Heaven Revealed

Enns personally leads you through what the Bible says about heaven, the world of hope.
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5 Traits of a Healthy Family

5 Traits of a Healthy Family

Find out what it means to have a loving, stable family from a biblical perspective.
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Envy

Envy

It's often undetected—but if you knew the damage it was causing, you'd root it out!
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Chosen for Christ

Chosen for Christ

inspires women to embrace their calling to exalt Jesus Christ through seven biblical invitations
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Charles Leach

CHARLES LEACH was born in England on March 1, 1847 and started from humble beginnings, having to begin work at the age of eight. He worked hard and eventually went to Ranmoor Theological College. In 1873 he took up a pastorate in Sheffield, and for the next thirty years, preached, ministered, and lectured all around England. He also took several trips to the Middle East and the United States. While he was successful in his professional life, he was not as fortunate in his personal life as only two of his six children were alive at his death. In 1908 he joined the Liberal Party to run for Parliament. Although initially thought to be a weak candidate, he won his seat in 1910. While in Parliament he introduced several bills and was fairly influential. Because of this and his ministry background he was named Chaplain to the Armed Forces at outset of World War I. After this, he began to step back from public life because of physical and mental deterioration. He died in England on November 24, 1919 at the age of seventy-two.

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Beyond Bath Time

Beyond Bath Time

A practical and personal look at motherhood as a divine calling.
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The Difference Jesus Makes

The Difference Jesus Makes

Encourages us to bring the circumstances of our lives to Jesus, trusting He will act.
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Passion Pursuit

Passion Pursuit

Learn how God gives husbands and wives permission to pursue passion in the bedroom.
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Alone in Marriage

Alone in Marriage

Learn how wives can actually be refined and blessed during seasons of loneliness.
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First Time Dad

First Time Dad

New dads need a bit of a head start. Here are some practical tips for early fatherhood.
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Scatter

Scatter

A call for a new era of missions, one that takes seriously the challenges of globalization.
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A. Morgan Derham

ARTHUR MORGAN DERHAM was born in Hertfordshire, England in 1915. He was converted when he was fourteen. After some time as a business man and four years serving with the Metropolitan Police Force, he entered the Strict Baptist Bible Institute in Brockley, London, in 1938. Derham took the pastorate of the West Ham Baptist Tabernacle in west London, and it was there that the weight of Hitler’s blitz fell in 1940. The area bore attacks throughout the war, and within a few weeks eighty percent of the congregation disappeared because of damage to their homes. The church services were continued underground until 1944. After the war he began writing in addition to part-time pastoral work in other churches in England. He was also married and the father of a son and a daughter. During his life he authored one book and two small publications published in London as well as contributed to a number of magazines and papers.

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