This collection of missions-oriented sermons by John Piper challenges the reader to consider and cultivate a holy ambition to preach Christ where he is not yet known. The messages look at various aspects of the Great Commission: its underlying theology and our responsibility in fulfilling it.
A selection of writings on the man sometimes called the most influential Christian of the twentieth century. As the author of Mere Christianity and many other books on the Christian faith, Lewis continues to have a remarkable effect – and inspiration – on Christianity today. John Piper’s book examines the life, work and influence of Lewis in a readable and enjoyable way.
A collection of related sermons by John Piper, this book looks at both the causes and the purposes of disability. It examines questions such as “Why do I or a loved one have a disability?” and “Why have I or someone I love not been healed of a disability?” The book finds convincing answers in the Scriptures and provides inspiring guidance in living with disabilities.
Three sermons by John Piper exposing abortion for the tragic evil that it is. The chapters are based on specific biblical scriptures and look at different aspects of how abortion hurts those who practice it as well as its innocent victims. A small appendix summarizes fifteen pro-life truths that we should all remember.
Whenever the need to forgive comes up, or to prepare you for when it does, this e-book is designed to help you. How to Forgive looks at forgiveness from a practical perspective, showing what the Bible actually teaches about this vitally important subject and how we can best apply the guidance it gives us.
The four Gospels lie at the very heart of Christianity, recording most of what we know about the person of Jesus Christ, his fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies, his message, and his true identity. Yet many Christians do not know exactly how the Gospels differ and what their unique lessons are. This book can greatly increase your understanding of their message.
This multiple-author volume consists of positively written essays on each of the “seven deadly sins.” Each essay looks at one of the infamous character flaws we all must strive to avoid and gives helpful advice on understanding and overcoming that particular problem. The sins covered are Pride, Envy, Anger, Sloth, Greed, Gluttony and Lust.
Rather than simply retelling the story of the life of Jesus, this book focuses on some of the details of the Gospel narratives that are easy to miss, but which can help us to better understand his life and teachings. In each case there are lessons we can learn and apply. Enrich your understanding of the life and work of Jesus and take away insights you can utilize today.
This book looks at lessons we can learn and apply from the beginnings of the Christian Church as recorded in the New Testament Book of Acts. It can be used as a practical commentary, a devotional or study aid, to prepare lessons or sermons, or simply enjoyed as a profitable Christian read!