Notions on The Christian Life: Daily Posts on Christian Living Abridged Edition
"Then Jesus said to His disciples, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.' Matthew 16:24
These daily posts will challenge you to live the authentic Christian Life:
Faith is an action word The Lord has called His people to do something, to fulfill His word in your life, Not merely to sit in church and be fed.
With influence from Ravenhill, and Tozer It is my prayer that you may join me in this Abundant Life that Christ gives us.
This is a book about being His disciple
He Touched Me: My Journey and Conversion to Ministry: Containing Messages to Unbelieving Friends and Family
From the pits of drug and alcohol addiction, through the valley of the Occult. The Lord never let me go. He kept pursuing me, finally reaching down to touch and save me. The book also contains messages to my unbelieving friends and family,
The Gospel For Children: The Full Gospel in Simple Terms
It occurred to me as I was trying to explain to my little grandniece Khloe,who Jesus was and why He died on the cross that it might be nice if this was written down somewhere in a simple way. So I wrote this book for my grand babies (and Khloe), My prayers are that many children and their families may be blessed by this also. THIS BOOK IS NOT NECESSARILY FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN AS IT SPEAKS ABOUT DEATH; A TOPIC NECESSARY TO THE GOSPEL MESSAGE. It is not written in the normal childish fashion, but in simple easy to understand terms
Called to Follow Jesus: How to be His Disciple: From the works of AW Tozer, Henry Scougal, John Wesley ;with commentary by David Pinson
Gleaned from Aw Tozer's "The Pursuit of God" , Henry Scougal's "The Life of God in the Soul of Man" (A puritan classic) and John Wesley's various letters that have been published with the title "Account of Christian Perfection" With my own commentary. This small chip of a book may be just the goad you have been looking for to prick your heart and pull you out of your comfy "normal" Christian life; making you can active disciple of Jesus Christ.