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How to Pray
May God use this book to inspire many who are currently prayerless, or nearly so, to pray earnestly.
The Soul Winner
Updated, modern English
Overcome yourself and learn to make a difference in your church and the world around you. It’s time to become an effective soul winner for Christ.
Lead to Revitalize!
Lead to Revitalize! unearths the essential leadership principles and practices pastors spearheading church revitalization must know, embrace, and practice.
We are not saved by serving Him, but we are saved to serve Him. From the moment we are saved, we ought to live in the service of our Lord.
Walk with me on a journey with simple but transformational steps and make a revolutionary change in your Sunday School preparation and presentation.
The Church During the Search
The Church During the Search sheds light on the Pastor Search Process for the people in the pews so they can pursue Christ-honoring attitudes and behaviors throughout the search process.
First Words to New Christians
This helpful book provides practical, biblical guidance and encouragement for new Christians.
The Ministry of Intercession
Let Andrew Murray show you what it means to live in Christ, and let his challenge for genuine intercessory prayer change your life – and the lives of those you are praying for.
This book is a comprehensive study on the subject of prayer, and Dwight Moody uses illustrations and stories to validate what he is saying and to help make the truths in this book stick.
How to Succeed in the Christian Life
The spiritual disciplines of biblical Christian living, for new believers or for Christians who have a desire to enrich their walk with Christ.
How to Bring Men to Christ
Regardless of the angle the lost may use to try to justify why they remain in their sad condition, Torrey offers Scripture passages and biblical principles that have proven to reach even the most stubborn of the unsaved.
A Word to Fellow Pastors and Other Christian Leaders
The objective of the Christian ministry is to convert sinners and to edify the body of Christ. No faithful minister can possibly rest short of this. Applause, fame, popularity, honor, and wealth – all these are vain. If souls are not won, and if saints are not matured, our ministry itself is futile.