Why do we hold grudges? Why do we harbor bitterness and resentment? By refusing to release or forgive someone, are we proving anything? Are we really punishing the other person—or are we... More > punishing ourselves? Who is the slave and who is the master?
As you read this book, you’ll find that release is just as much for us as it is for the other person. Find release for your life by releasing others; you’ll be glad you did.< Less
Just when you think Ruth Ann couldn’t get any better, she does! What a beautiful portrait we have in this book of different men and women in the Bible. You will laugh, cry, think, and learn... More > while reading these monologues.
It is so easy to skim over Bible stories. If you’re like me, you often think, “I’ve read this a million times!” Let this book bring new insight and truth to the stories we’ve heard over and over again. God may just want to teach us something.< Less
Going to a new level is normal and necessary after an invasion of God. We call this invasion “revival.” As we continue walking in this new level, we will discover that revival is really... More > just a saturation of the truth—God Himself!
Revival is not tacked on to a good life; it is the invasion of nothing less than Christ Himself. Going to a new level is normal and necessary after an invasion of God. We call this invasion “revival.” Get your copy and find out more.
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These letters will take you through struggle to triumph. In Texas we learned that faith will work anywhere. Have your Kleenex ready so you can cry with me through the first month. May God teach us... More > all!< Less
In the Day of Thy Power is an effort to demonstrate the rule of God, particularly defined as revival. Evangelism should be the normal for the church; however, when God shows a glimpse of His power,... More > the fish seem to just jump in the boat!
Revival is not taught, but caught. That’s what this book is all about. Honestly, writing this series from my own view and experiences seems like “speaking of things too wonderful for me” (Job 42:3). Even though God has chosen to involve us in His wonders, they are difficult to define.
The rapid changes of environment let me rediscover what I already knew: my weakness was turned into strength by the power of the Spirit (2 Corinthians 12:10). We must never forget that Jesus went down to the valley of ministry after He was on the Mount of Transfiguration. Let’s do the same.< Less
This book is for the lost and found. Some of us may be lost now, and all of us have been lost at one time or another. For those of us who are now found, we have a “lost and found bin.”... More > These are the memories, the hurts, and the lessons we learned from being lost. It’s tempting to act like our lost and found bin doesn’t exist—and sometimes it’s painful to revisit it. May this book remind you that God wants to use your lost and found bin to help someone else. Don’t be afraid of it.
For those of us who are lost in some way, take heart! We have a divine Guide Who wants to lead us home. Whether we are lost in confusion, lost in pain, lost in circumstances, or completely lost from our Maker, there is hope for us in Jesus Christ.< Less