Fans of CJ Mahaney will not be surprised to learn that this book is a magnificent mixture of insight, hilarity, searching challenge and powerful and practical application. A ‘must’ for all husbands! Your wife will be glad you bought it!
If you have never read RT Kendall’s classic book on Hebrews 11 you can thank God that Authentic have republished it at a ridiculously low price.
You can hear Stef’s passion, humour, extraordinary insight and piercing application come through, especially for a younger generation who so love to hear him and are so challenged and changed by his ministry.
This excellent volume, based on six talks given at a conference, faces the challenge of the post-modern world with its rejection of all absolutes and its assumed right to define all reality privately.
Ed Stetzer’s excellent book has the sub-title ‘Planting A Church That’s Biblically Sound and Reaching People in Culture’. He has done a fine job, both in terms of retaining Biblical soundness and also being phenomenally relevant to the culture.
This paperback summary of New Testament theology is a fascinating piece of work as it condenses his substantial 990-page hardback of identical title into a manageable paperback.
Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians has always been a particular favourite of mine with its very strong church emphasis. As John Stott says, ‘Nobody can emerge from a careful reading of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians with a privatised gospel.’
Deeply rooted in Randy Alcorn’s strong theology of eternity previously encountered in his outstanding Money, Possessions and Eternity, he provides an excellent insight to circumstances in the church in China today.
What a book! It is hard to read such material without feeling deeply stirred about the accessibility of God in revival and the phenomenal fruits of a genuine work of the Spirit as it breaks out in society.