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Beyond The Mist

Beyond The Mist

The book is authored by Tim Hill, Divisional Liaison for World Evangelization and Assistant General Overseer of the Church of God. Divided into 12 chapters and including a study guide, the book is written so that each chapter can be taught in weekly bible studies, small groups or used by pastors in a series of sermons promoting renewal and revival in the local church. This is where the Powerpoint will be most effective. “I especially wanted to write a book that laity along with pastors could utilize, Hill stated. “I approached this challenge with our wonderful laity in mind.” more

Church Planting America!

Church Planting America!

If you are a minister with a burden to plant a new church, this book has vital information to help you be successful in your church planting effort. If you are a pastor who wants to sponsor a new work in another location, you will find practical guidance to assure the success of your endeavor. Or, if you are a layperson with a burden to help with a new church plant, there is helpful information in this book for you. From the nuances of cultural ministry to the "nuts and bolts" of beginning a new church plant, the writers who have contributed to this work offer their expertise and experience to help you become a successful church planter. more

Comeback Churches: How 300 Churches Turned Around and Yours Can Too

Comeback Churches: How 300 Churches Turned Around and Yours Can Too

Leading church growth expert Ed Stetzer extends his missional writings with "Comeback Churches," studying 300 once-declining congregations to determine what it takes to revive a dying body of believers. more

Compelling Pentecostal Sermons

Compelling Pentecostal Sermons

John D. Nichol's life of ministry spanned nearly six decades. He was first known for his fiery brand of Pentecostal preaching. More than 6,800 people testified to receiving the baptism in the Holy Spirit through his ministry. Nichols served on the Church of God International Executive Committee from 1986 to 1994. During his twelve-year tenure as director of Church of God benevolence ministries (1994-2006), the Division of Care was begun. Under his leadership, a $5 million General Assembly offering was received, enabling the establishment of thirty-five children's homes around the world. Also, Operation Compassion was organized, which has become one of the world's most effective relief agencies. Douglas LeRoy, former director of World Missions, said, "John D. Nichols was a man of integrity and vision. his powerful preaching and compassionate care impacted millions." more

Crosses, Coffee, Couches & Community

Crosses, Coffee, Couches & Community

Modern Ministry in an Emerging Culture. "Every renewal moment has some weak areas, but these shouldn't automatically be used to discredit and disregard. We need to learn how these churches are reaching this generation for Jesus. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, let's be willing to change to reach a reachable generation." more

Is Truth Enough?

Is Truth Enough?

Bobby G. Duncan has served as pastor of the Parma Park, Ohio, Church of God since 1994. He and his wife, Sandra, are known for their compassionate pastoral ministry. His previous books are God’s Deafening Silence, Journey of Faith, Trading Sunshine for Rain, and Nothing to Win but the World. “The Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy wrote, ‘Truth, like gold, is to be obtained not by its growth, but by washing away from it all that is not gold.’ In Is Truth Enough?, Bobby Duncan makes the case for absolute truth being found only in the Word of God.”—Mark L. Williams, Church of God general overseer “The core question some are asking in ministry today is, ‘Can I afford to be true to the truth?’ Pastor Bobby Duncan addresses this crucial issue with studied and focused precision.”—Tim Hill, Church of God World Missions director “I highly recommend Is Truth Enough? to every pastor, teacher, and youth leader.”—Ron Martin, Church of God administrative bishop, Great Lakes Region more

Issues In Contemporary Pentecostalism

Issues In Contemporary Pentecostalism

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE PENTECOSTAL? How does that identity and theological perspective affect how Pentecostal pastors and leaders deal with issues facing the contemporary church? The writers represent a wide range of ministry styles and vocational contexts. All were given considerable freedom in the issues they discuss, the methodology they employ, and the conclusions they make.The writers are Kenneth Archer, French Arrington, J. Ayodeji Adewuya, Hugh Bair, Bob Bayles, Thomas Doolittle, Randy Eaton, David and Lorna Gosnell, Jonathan Martin, Nick Park, Doug Small, William Simmons, Tom Sterbens, and Dan Tomberlin. more

More PB

More PB

This work, based on a challenge from God found in Zechariah 10, challenges the church to press through spiritual lethargy and move into an arena of spiritual power. The modern church, particularly the American church, in spite of improved methodology and the emergence of the "megachurch," had been losing ground over the last few decades. Numerical loss, financial loss, and worst of all, spiritual loss, has been the bane of the American church and must be addressed. The author contends that while we must maintain excellence in every area of ministry, to continue the current track of ignoring the powerful spiritual dynamic of the presence of the Holy Spirit-in both our lives and our corporate worship settings-will hasten our demise. The answer, found in the call from heaven through Zechariah, is for both individuals and the church to earnestly call out to God for MORE of His glory. more

One Minute Inspirations For Women

One Minute Inspirations For Women

In this powerful and value-priced volume of uplifting devotions, bestselling author Elizabeth George shares practical everyday wisdom from her celebrated cornerstone book A Woman After God's Own Heart to give busy women... •the confidence to face every circumstance •biblical guidelines for setting goals and making important decisions •experience the reward of a close walk with God Elizabeth's passion and personal experience motivates readers to seek God's heart and know the peace and purpose of a committed, enduring faith. Any woman who longs to pursue God's heart will benefit from this gathering of life-changing reflections. more

Priorities Paradigms & Purpose Spanish

Priorities Paradigms & Purpose Spanish

This 54-page bound volume is a summary and expansion of an address delivered by Dr. Timothy M. Hill, General Overseer, to the International Executive Council of the Church of God. In this book, Dr. Hill points out 25 distinct issues that he believes should be addressed in our movement in the coming years. more

Rediscovering the Sunday School

Rediscovering the Sunday School

Sunday School is a time-honored tradition that is linking the church and the world in redemptive ministry. A renewal is occurring in the Christian community that gives the Sunday School unlimited opportunity for evangelism and education, devotion and discipleship. Catch the vision of a new standard Talmadge Johnson and Stan Toler offers in Rediscovering the Sunday School as it outlines timely methods of Bible study, organization, staffing, promotion, and facilities. Give your Sunday School a breath of new life with this insightful and challenging book. more

Sermons For Shepherds Vol. 6

Sermons For Shepherds Vol. 6

Includes sermons for seasons of the year, sermons for the family & marriage, various sermons about Pentecost, and even a couple of sermons series that you can preach in successive Sundays. This is probably the most comprehensive volume produced for Sermons for Shepherds. more