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Freedom from Sinful Thoughts

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Sensitive and compassionate, yet always pragmatic, Freedom from Sinful Thoughts offers insights into a crucial universal struggle. Drawing on the words of Jesus, and on years of experience as a pastoral counselor, J. Heinrich Arnold guides the reader from the throes of frustration, guilt, and self doubt to a life of single-minded freedom and joy.


Discipleship

Author: Heini Arnold
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I pray that those who read this book won't be afraid to be confronted, and I trust that the word of God that comes to them through it will bring true comfort, true consolation, true hope, and true courage. -Henri J.M. Nouwen


The Other Side of Joy

Author: Julius Rubin
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This is a case study of one pietist religious group, the Bruderhof. A Christian brotherhood founded on Anabaptist and evangelical pietist doctrine, they practice community of goods, seeking to emulate the vision of the Apostolic church and fulfill the ethic of brotherhood taught in the Sermon on the Mount. Rubin offers compelling accounts of the lives of Bruderhof apostates who foundered over issues of faith, and relates these crises to the central tenets of Bruderhof theology, their spirituality, and community life.


Freedom from Depression

Author: Jenny Swindall
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A lifeline to the many women drowning in the lies that depression whispers into the mind and soulA full 10 percent of Americans (27 million) are on an antidepressant, and the numbers just keep growing. Medicine can attempt to treat the physical effects and other symptoms of depression, but it cannot begin to heal the spiritual causes and effects of depression within the soul. Freedom From Depression is a biblical plan with the mission of bringing emotional healing to the depressed-of-heart through spiritual health and wholeness. Freedom From Depression focuses on how to become healed from depression through two principles: ownership and abandonment. Ownership comes from starting to change the things we can change, and abandonment comes from giving to God the things we cannot. Drawing on the author’s years in ministry as well as her own personal and family experiences, it encourages readers to become confident and even fearless in moving toward wholeness.


A Faith for All Seasons

Author: Ted M. Dorman
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In response to the questions most asked by students in his theology classes at Taylor University, Ted M. Dorman revises his textbook, which introduces and explains the classic doctrines of the historic Christian faith. While systematic in organization, the book remains written for students, aiming to bring them to an understanding of the central doctrines of the Christian church including the doctrines of Scripture, God, creation, humanity, atonement, salvation, and eschatology.


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Freedom from Pornography

Author: Steve Mueller
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A Straight word to kids and parents

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A collection of Christian readings which offer advice on such topics as drugs, dating, television watching, suicide, and crime.


Moving from Fear to Freedom

Author: Grace Fox
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Fear was not part of God's original agenda for his creation. It slithered onto the scene when Adam and Eve sinned, causing a tear in their relationship with God. And even though fear touches every life and can still debilitate people today, the news isn't all bad. Popular speaker and author Grace Fox demonstrates how believers can face their fear and actually let it be a catalyst for change. Readers will learn how to stop hiding from God and instead develop a deeper relationship with Him. This is what she calls "the upside of fear" When we cry out to God for help, He answers, and we experience Him in new ways. Each chapter highlights a particular area where readers can begin to experience freedom from fears about their personal identity, their finances, their kids, the future, and more.


Bodycare

Author: Andrea Wells Miller
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