You are the light of the world. Do you believe it? Can you
see evidence of it in your life? Perhaps a better question
would be: Can others?
We understand that life here is frustrating, broken, and... More >
confusing because we live in a system that is opposite to
> In place of frustration, we can have complete joy.
> Instead of our brokenness, we can be set free from sin.
> And our confusion can be replaced by eternal truth.
This book will explore, explain, and employ the Word of God, specifically 1 John, bringing it to life in you. This is an interactive book, including activities designed to be done individually or in a small group. Each chapter ends with discussion questions. You'll need a Bible in hand while you read this book.
Enjoy the humor, straight-talk, and clear illustrations to apply timeless truth to your life.< Less
Digital edition for Kindle, Nook, iPad, etc. This delightful children's story tells the tale of a very hungry, very creative worm who enjoys an exciting adventure trying to find his way to a... More > delicious apple. The book is fully illustrated in vibrant colors. Enjoy the imagination, rhythm, and rhyme of author Steve Baney with this kid-friendly tale that's fun for the whole family. You'll learn to never give up, but use creativity and learning new skills with the help of friends and the local library. Buy a copy today to enjoy with your child or school.< Less
This book is an excellent resource to guide you through a simple plan to reach out to your local community. Based upon the acronym PARK, these weekly readings teach you how to Pray for the people you... More > meet, Ask engaging questions, Recruit them to worship, and Keep On building a purposeful relationship with them, leading toward their salvation. Find out how you can connect your local congregation with your local community!< Less
All Saints Day is traditionally celebrated on November 1 or the following Sunday to remember and honor those who have died and gone to heaven. This worship experience is designed as a large group... More > gathering or as an open-house. Worshippers progress individually through seven stations, each designed to engage with an additional aspect of death and heaven.
Station topics include
~ A video sharing the story of a friend's death (optional)
~ God's presence in tragedy
~ Return from death
~ Burdens and wounds
~ Our limited perspective
~ The valley of the shadow of death
~ Burial as a beginning
~ Remembering those who have died
Included in this text are the complete instructions for setting up each station, as well as a list of additional supplies you will need (such as a piece of foil, etc.). You'll also find instructions to be copied and placed at each station, explaining to worshippers how to experience each element of worship.< Less