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“Jesus Is…:Reclaiming the Power & Idenity of Jesus”

“Who do you say Jesus is? Some say he was just a good person. Some say he was a prophet. Others say he didn’t exist. CS Lewis says, “A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said wouldn’t be a great moral teacher. He’d be either a lunatic on a level with a man who says he’s a poached egg or else he’d be the devil of hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God, or else a madman or something worse.” It is important for us to know who Jesus is because this is who we are being formed into. We are not forming Jesus into ourselves, but rather he is recreating us to make us into his image.

This 8 chapter book goes over the big moments of Jesus’ life to help us see how the life of Jesus is still impacting our life today. The next time you’re asked “Who is Jesus?” you can have some answers to help people understand the power of the Risen Christ that is with us always and who is giving us our identity.”


“Breakthrough: When the Holy Spirit Moves” 

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The Book of Acts tells the historical events that shaped the early church through the powerful, dynamic movement of the Holy Spirit. This power is still available and working today all over the world. As we encounter the movement of the Holy Spirit in our lives, we have the great opportunity to watch God do incredible work in and through us. This daily devotional walks us through the book of Acts so we can experience a personal revival and help us experience a powerful movement of the Holy Spirit in our own lives.


“Conversations Unplugged”

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Do you ever feel detached from your teenager (whether you’re a parent or work with them)? Parenting teenagers seems to be one of the hardest things you can do today. What is my teen thinking? Why do they act like that?

My guess is that when you were a teenager, times may be remembered as easier than they are now…some people may even say it was harder “back then” then it is now. The truth is that each person is uniquely created to be in the environment and time period we are in.

The purpose of this book is not to teach “how to raise teens.” Better than that the goal is to help strengthen your family unit as a whole. Families are already stressed, so this opportunity is available to help open your heart to a new experience and trust that God will work in you and strengthen or re-strengthen our families.


“Loving to Life”

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Excerpt from the Introduction:

You’re in a new organization, work, church, community. You have studied the demographics and have learned about the history of the area. You are excited about the possibilities. Maybe you move to an area that you are not as keen on living in. You see a bleak future, or maybe one that seeks to keep things as the status quo. You moved there because you sensed you needed to, so you went where you were sent. No matter where you are, take time to discern whether the people are trying to survive so their community, organization, etc. doesn’t die; or are if they trying to live…

I’m already reminded of the words of Jesus, “I came so that they could have life – indeed, so they could live life to the fullest.” (John‬ 10:10‬b CEB) Even if it seems the organization simply does not want to die, there is incredible hope because of the promise of Christ to give the fullest life possible.‬‬‬‬‬‬