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Frank Moore

Holiness describes a way of living made possible through an intimate, personal relationship with God. Holiness speaks of life and relationship, not letter and law. Breaking Free from Sin's Grip takes us back to the time when a loving Father saw His children for the first time and dreamed big dreams for them.

Richard S. Taylor

Right living and right thinking will come only to the Christian who understands what the New Testament means by sin. Dr. Taylor discusses this theme under the following headings:

William M. Greathouse

For many people discovering perfect love seems a frustrating and futile search. Even Christians who accept God as a loving Father have difficulty with defining the abstract concepts of holiness, sanctification and, in turn, perfect love. In the form of exposition and exercise, Dr.

Alex Varughese

examines the Bible's amazing message and story of faith in a way that will captivate readers and impel them to learn more. Thorough, sound biblical scholarship combined with an eye-catching format and easy-to-understand writing style make this textbook a must-have for every Christian's library.

Jirair Tashjian, Alex Varughese, Roger Hahn, David Neale, Jeanne Serrao, Dan Spross

Discovering the New Testament combines all the elements you're looking for in a survey of the New Testament - thorough, sound biblical scholarship, combined with an eye-catching format and a writing style that's easy to understand.

IN DISCOVERING THE NEW TESTAMENT, YOU'LL FIND:

Dan Boone

Many churches today are caught in the worship war. Services are split into styles--contemporary, traditional, liturgical. Discussions and sometimes arguments arise over whether or not to have a pulpit, use drums, sing hymns, or use movie clips for illustration.

Rob L. Staples

In the beginning, according to the first chapter of Genesis, God created the universe simply by uttering words. Christians dare not take lightly the importance of words for understanding, clarifying, and communicating the Word.

William M. Greathouse

Holiness theology didn't begin with John Wesley. Holiness theology began with Christ. In Wholeness in Christ, holiness theologian and former general superintendent William M. Greathouse examines both the Old and New Testament roots of the holiness doctrine.

Morris A. Weigelt, Wesley Tracy, E. Dee Freeborn, Janine Tartaglia-Metcalf

Four gifted communicators present a unique marriage between the Wesleyan teaching of holiness and the spiritual formation tradition. The result is a compelling expression of what it means to heed the call to a life of growing Christlikeness.

John Maxwell

A leader's ability to achieve anything great for God begins in his or her heart and mind. —John C. Maxwell

Effective leadership starts with healthy, clear thinking. Successful leaders know how to focus on the essentials.

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