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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.

Mildred Bangs Wynkoop

In this seminal work on holiness Mildred Wynkoop brought to the forefront the understanding that holiness is relational. Here she explains that loving God and loving neighbor find articulate expression in the holy life--a life oriented in dynamic and loving relationship toward God that in turn reaches out and embraces others.

Michael Lodahl

implementing and advancing the study of narrative theology. One of the first books to formulate and examine Wesleyan theology using the Bible's overarching story, it continues to serve as a popular text in colleges and universities and as a reliable resource for ministers and theologians.

Donald E. Demaray, Steve Harper

Come! God's invitation is simple, but the barriers that exist between ourselves and a holy Father are vast. He has invited each of us, no matter who we may be, to an intimate fellowship with Him. Coauthors Gary Cockerill, Donald Demaray, Steve Harper, and Wes Tracy help Christians understand God's desire to cross the barriers to closeness.

Rob L. Staples

An exploration of Wesleyan theology and the sacraments. The author addresses this issue of balance between structure and freedom in worship and symbolism's vital role. Infant baptism and the Eucharist's relation to evangelism is also discussed.

 
Dale Galloway, Warren Bird

Break through the barriers that bar you and your church from achieving a new level of leadership and ministry. This book introduces a three-level perspective for developing ministry leaders within the local church that builds on Christ's own ministry model and draws upon contemporary leadership experts for expanded instruction.

Wesley Tracy, Stan Ingersol

Believe anything you want.

The twentieth century has brought with it a myriad of opinions, philosophies, doctrines and ideologies. Each one of them important; each one valid. And the world says, Believe what you want.

Paul Bassett

Heart purity, perfect love, entire sanctification--though John Wesley is acclaimed as the chief articulator of the doctrine in modern times, believers have both sought and known its truth in every generation of the Church.

John C. Bowling

God has redefined the world of management for the Christian leader through scripture. He isn't focused on bottom lines, demographics, or profit margins; Christ presents the paradox of being a leader and a servant at the same time.

Mildred Bangs Wynkoop

Herein is a most discriminating study of the basic differences between historic Calvinism and Arminianism and the developments in both theological traditions that have created the mounting barriers to the understanding of each other's position. Dr.

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