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  • How to Like Paul Again

    Author: Conrad Gempf

    Conrad Gempf loves St. Paul. He thinks he's a genius. And with this book, he shows you why you should think so too. Yes, he admits that Paul was without doubt one of the most difficult people to work with in the history of the world. So he sympathizes with any doubts you may have, but asks that you just let him walk you through three of Paul's letters (really, two letters and a memorandum), in order to hear both sides of these conversations. Conrad thinks he can completely change your understanding of these letters and of Paul's character. However, keep your arms and legs inside the carriage at all times, because along the way some wild twists and turns will emerge before a final surprise promises to change your relationship with Paul for good.

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  • Lion Christian Classics Collection

    Author: Tony Lane

    A comprehensive and inspiring collection of the greatest Christian writings of all time - those recognised as the 'classics' of Christianity. These include writings of spirituality, doctrine, social change and, above all, writings that have changed the way people think and behave. Classic pieces featured in the collection include: Origen - On Prayer; Augustine - City of God; Bede - History of the English Church; Thomas Aquinas - Sum of Theology; Luther - Shorter Catechism; Cranmer - Book of Common Prayer; Bunyan - Pilgrim's Progress; Teresa of Avila - Interior Castle; Spurgeon - Lectures; C.S. Lewis - Screwtape Letters.

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  • Jesus Asked

    Author: Conrad Gempf

    In the Gospels, when people asked Jesus a question, he often replied with one of his own. This book looks at the questions Jesus asked and how they can enrich our understanding and faith.

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  • Mealtime Habits of the Messiah

    Author: Conrad Gempf

    The Gospels are full of odd quirks that most people never notice because the stories are so familiar. But Conrad Gempf notices. He use his knowledge of Jeus' life and times to light up the meditations in this book.

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  • How Would Jesus Lead Worship

    Author: Sam Hargreaves

    'There's a hush of anticipation in the crowd. Then comes an announcement: 'We are pleased to have with us tonight possibly the most anointed worship leader ever. Please welcome: Jesus Christ!' The crowd goes wild as the young man straps on his acoustic guitar, and the band kicks into one of the hits from his many albums...' Is this what springs to mind when you think of Jesus leading worship? What does it mean to worship in a Christ-like way? 

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