In The Jezebel Yoke, Sandie Freed exposes the Jezebel spirit and its demonic allies, while also sharing how you can overcome the deceptive tactics used by these dark forces to control you.
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Jaci Velasquez returned in 2012 with Diamond, her first major release since her marriage to fellow musician Nic Gonzales and the birth of the couple's two children.
The first original recording from Ernie Haase & Signature Sound in three years, Here We Are Again aims to satisfy fans.
Many believers question how the Holy Spirit’s power actually works in our lives. In An Essential Guide to the Gift of Healing, Ron Phillips explains a facet of this by exploring the gift of healing and providing clear and comprehensive biblical background and support for the practice.
A Spirit-filled Southern Baptist pastor, Phillips brings balance to the topic, examining the many avenues that lead to healing and health. Filled with illustrations from Phillips’ own life and the lives of others, this guide reveals God’s power to touch and heal lives—even today. Though the Bible is filled with miraculous accounts of healing, many believers overlook Christ’s promise that they can do even “greater works than these” (John 14:12). Yet as Phillips contends, the Holy Spirit who activated miracles in the early church is the same Holy Spirit who equips believers today.
In Angels Are for Real: Inspiring, True Stories and Biblical Answers, Judith MacNutta clinical psychologist and practitioner of healing prayerintroduces readers to the ministry of angels in healing and in everyday life.
For those of us non-New Yorkers who watched the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks as they happened, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close gives us a deeper, more personal understanding than all the previously released 9-11 movies regarding that national tragedy.
C.S. Lewis’ unique take on the demonic underworld is experiencing a revival of sorts in theaters across the country. Based on The Screwtape Letters—the 1942 fiction work that elevated the Oxford University professor to celebrity status—Screwtape on Stage features the talents of Max McLean, who portrays the demon Screwtape teaching the novice tempter, Wormwood, by means of letter writing.
Adapted and directed by Jeff Fiske and Max McLean, the presentation from the classic novel by Lewis—also author of “The Chronicles of Narnia” and Mere Christianity—has sold out in multiple cities and was performed more than 300 times at New York City’s West Side Theatre. Told from the senior demon’s point of view, the play features McLean corresponding with Wormwood, a demon in training learning to tempt his “patient” on Earth. God is known as “the enemy” and Satan as “our Father below.”
As we waited in a packed theater recently to see a new documentary about sex trafficking, I wondered how Christian filmmaker Benjamin Nolot would present this graphic subject to us.
In Dare to Be Uncommon, Super Bowl-winning coach and best-selling author Tony Dungy dispenses wisdom on leading a successful team—whether at church, at home, at work or on the field. The four-part small group study set has two tracks, one tailored to sports teams and the other for churches, each emphasizing the importance of character in attaining success. The study is supplemented by a Playbook for an Uncommon Life paperback, available in packs of six.
Bethel Musics January 2012 release, The Loft Sessions, explores new territory in a special CD/DVD combo that blends acoustic creativity with the memorable melodies of Brian and Jenn Johnson, Jeremy Riddle and several emerging artists.
Kari Jobe, one of Christian musics best-selling female artists, released her sophomore album, Where I Find You, in January.
When members of Ecclesia Houston tried to identify more closely with the poor through a season of fasting, they found their hunger for community was satisfied. Their 40-day experience is now shared by their pastor, Chris Seay, in A Place at the Table, a six-session DVD small group study based on his similarly titled book, released this month. Rather than a total fast, Seay advocates participants limit their diet to the basic foods those in less affluent parts of the world eat as a way of identifying with their struggles, then giving the money they save to child sponsorship, poverty relief and clean water projects there. While the emphasis of the study is on looking at world issues such as poverty and hunger—“why there is suffering in the midst of our excess”—the series may also encourage people to examine their different appetites for things beyond food.
When it comes to warring in the spirit realm, who said anything about women being the fairer sex? Certainly not Robin Kirby-Gatto, who releases her second book of the Glory to Glory Sisterhood series, Princess Warriors: Engaging in Spiritual Warfare. Kirby-Gatto teaches key principles for winning the spiritual battles for your family, church and community. Through in-depth studies on fearing the Lord and engaging in warfare, she shares how to master sin and simultaneously walk in the spirit.
Not since the first Spider-Man hit the big screen had I been looking forward to catching a superhero at the cineplex as Captain America.
The first greatest-hits collection by Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning singer-songwriter Chris Tomlin features some of the most-sung songs in the church today.
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