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              Embracing the End-Time Harvest: Be Strengthened to Disciple Others
                

              Embracing the End-Time Harvest: Be Strengthened to Disciple Others (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McClure, Olivia

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              How many years have you sat on the pew of your church and kept it warm? Five, ten, thirty or fifty years? Is it a vibrant missional church or a bless-me club? Are you hungry to be equipped for the God-given assignment for your life?

              ISBN 9781486615964
              Released NZ 29 Mar 2018
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              Nurturing Your Hidden Spirit: Straight Talk about Spiritual and Psychological Development
                

              Nurturing Your Hidden Spirit: Straight Talk about Spiritual and Psychological Development (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Steffler, Dorothy J.; Steffler, Frank J.

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              Nurturing Your Hidden Spirit presents a dynamic interplay between psychology and spirituality. Steffler and Steffler integrate sacred writings with scientific literature on human development, along with personal stories describing how everyday men and women have experienced the s...acred in their lives. It is written for the ordinary person who's looking for more. Steffler and Steffler present the case that to be fully alive, you must nurture the spiritual dimension of your life. About the Authors: Frank and Dorothy Steffler have been married for over forty years and spent a good many of those years actively seeking and nurturing their own relationship with God. Frank has studied scripture and theology for well over twenty-five years, and Dorothy, a professor of psychology at Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton, is currently engaged in research investigating the interface of psychology and religion. Frank received his Bachelor of Theology and accreditation in Pastoral Biblical Theology from Newman Theological College, Edmonton. In Nurturing Your Hidden Spirit, he integrates his experiences and relationships in the construction industry with Christian spirituality and God's unconditional love. Dorothy received her Ph.D. from the University of Alberta with a specialization in lifespan developmental science. In Nurturing Your Hidden Spirit, she integrates scholarly research on psychological development with spiritual development. Frank and Dorothy have many years of experience in pastoral ministry, specializing in adult education and conducting workshops on personal growth.
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              ISBN 9781770695634
              Released NZ 31 Jul 2012
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              The Lucifer Scroll: Book Two in the Oakgrove Conspiracies
                

              The Lucifer Scroll: Book Two in the Oakgrove Conspiracies (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Doyle, Barrie

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              Legends say the spear offers immortality and world dominance. Rulers and emperors from Charlemagne to Hitler killed for it. But they were hunting a fake; the real icon remained hidden. In Istanbul, historian Huw Griffiths stumbles upon an old manuscript in the ruins of a recently... uncovered church. It points to a scroll that could lead to the spear's discovery. Vengeful Druids determined to destroy western culture, especially Christianity, and enraged over the loss of Excalibur to Griffiths and his American colleague Stone Wallace, latch on to the new find. Their goal: kill the pair and seize the icon. A deadly pursuit follows from Istanbul to the Austrian Tyrol and across Wales and Germany, swooping through Canada and New Mexico to a deadly confrontation in a sleepy Illinois town. Terrorism and death swirl into a terrifying journey that skirts the borders of the Druid underworld, for the scroll reveals the hiding place of the Spear of Destiny-the spear thrust into Jesus Christ at the crucifixion. As the hunters close in on the Lucifer Scroll, the question becomes who will get there first. .. .a fresh telling of one of the great myths of western culture. -Coleman Luck, Hollywood screenwriter, TV producer ( The Equalizer ), and author ( Angel Fall )About the Author: Barrie Doyle is a former journalist, PR consultant, college professor, and broadcaster. He was born in Wales and has lived in Toronto, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, and Philadelphia. He travels frequently and now lives on the shores of the beautiful Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada.
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              ISBN 9781486606207
              Released NZ 27 Apr 2016
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              In Changing Seasons: Inspiring Words as Your World Turns
                

              In Changing Seasons: Inspiring Words as Your World Turns (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Blackman, Jo Anne C.

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              Powerful, healing words given in poetry. It is indeed good news. Faced with drastic life changes, Jo Anne C. Blackman found herself a captive to words. As she journeyed through riveting heartfelt experiences, she found comfort and hope at the touch of a keyboard, unaware that six...ty days later she would write a book. What followed was an increasingly steady flow of rhymes. These poems will draw you along, page after page, into deep reflections about placing God first in our lives. Sections include inspiration, appreciation, and relationships-even, believe it or not, flying pigs. This book will arouse your emotions and move you to keep hope alive and believe! About the Author: Jo Anne C. Blackman is a friend of God. Born a Trinidadian, she immigrated to Canada with her young family in the late 80s. She suffered the loss of her beloved father as a teenager, forming a closer, cherished relationship with her mother. In Changing Seasons, her publishing debut, shares encouraging words which give glory to God.
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              ISBN 9781486609383
              Released NZ 28 Oct 2015
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              Dwelling in Darkness
                

              Dwelling in Darkness (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Karlissa, J.

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              Animal worlds link to one another via supernatural spider-web portals. But one world has been closed off. Enter the Sealed Realm, where a dying island is fought over by eerie monsters and a diminishing set of heroes. Meanwhile, a lemur dreams every night about escaping to another... place, only to find her dreams riddled with challenges and darkness. With her and the others trapped in a losing battle, is there any hope for the Sealed Realm? Born and raised in a small town in northern British Columbia, Karlissa has traveled to various countries throughout her life, including Switzerland to study writing and other communications and England to study graphic design. Writing, drawing, research, and animals (particularly unusual and little-known creatures) are among her favourite passions and pastimes.
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              ISBN 9781486609185
              Released NZ 25 Nov 2015
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              Tov
                

              Tov (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Panjer, Leanne

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              Dispatched from heaven, Tov the angel is sent to Ellen Whitcomb, a struggling mother of a rebellious teen. The angel quickly realizes this mission is unlike any he's been called to before. Tov and Ellen find themselves on precarious paths where neither can see an end to the night...mares they're thrust into, or a way around the lessons the Divine Creator intends for them to learn. Their story is a portrayal of the power of prayer and the help and comfort we can receive from the company of God's angels. Leanne Panjer has been writing since she was seven. Following high school she enrolled in journalism and then branched into advertising. After raising three children, she began submitting her work, publishing short stories and articles and winning numerous contests. She has written and recorded her own songs, leads worship from the piano, and also plays outside the church for many other functions. Leanne lives with her husband John in Calgary, Alberta. Tov is her first novel.
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              ISBN 9781486609826
              Released NZ 9 Nov 2015
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              Get Your Family Into the Ark
                

              Get Your Family Into the Ark (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Mungal, Dr Harrison

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              We are living in a fast-paced society. Parents are working, some with multiple jobs, children are enrolled in school and sometimes also working at the same time. The family is being pulled apart by the demands of our society. This book will provide parents with concepts that will... help them to keep their family together in our busy and demanding society. We need families to stick together like glue. The love of a family that is close will build social immunity to any form of physical or emotional attack. This book can help to prevent your family from falling apart when attacks come your way. About the Author: Dr. Mungal and his wife, Kathleen, have been married since 1990, and now have seven children. As authors, guest speakers, counsellors, and parents, they have successfully proven that it's possible to keep your family in the ark. Their seasoned background has helped many parents to create a home for their children and bring purpose and meaning to the word family.
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              ISBN 9781486607693
              Released NZ 2 Nov 2015
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              Passion Cry
                

              Passion Cry (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Symons, Robbie

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              Apathy is killing the Church. Many who claim to know Jesus live unchanged lives and divide their affections among worthless idols. Passion Cry reveals a holy God who is unashamedly jealous for the love of His people, and He will not let this dispassion toward Him remain. The Chur...ch has suffered too long from the pressure to conform to a dull, disinterested, lukewarm, and detached approach to Christ. The tide must turn. In the face of societal pressure, cultural and moral revolution, and an anti-Christ flavor that increases every day, Pastor Robbie Symons calls the people of God to rise up and take their stand. As the persecution upon Christ-followers goes from subtle to unmistakable, the current generation of believers is about to find out where their passions truly lie. I believe that Robbie has laid his finger on the most distressing aspect of the Christian life... Erwin Lutzer, Senior Pastor, The Moody Church If you want fresh passion for the purposes of the Lord in your life, you are holding a book on that topic written by a man who lives it and wants to help you get there, too. James MacDonald, Senior Pastor, Harvest Bible Chapel Passion Cry is an incredibly powerful and practical distillation of biblical zeal that will eradicate apathy and equip you to live a fulfilling and fruitful Christian life. Daniel Henderson, President, Strategic Renewal International This book will powerfully reinvigorate your life in Christ. I highly recommend Passion Cry. James Reimer, NHL Goaltender About the Author: Robbie Symons is the founding pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Oakville, Ontario. Harvest Oakville began as a humble Bible study in 2003 and quickly grew into a church of 3,500 that has planted several daughter churches across Canada. Robbie can be heard on Live in the Light, a daily radio ministry covering southern Ontario and western New York, and has appeared multiple times on 100 Huntley Street. He and his wife, Gillian, have four children and live in Burlington, O
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              ISBN 9781486612697
              Released NZ 4 Jan 2016
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              Thunder from Heaven: From Gutter to Glory
                

              Thunder from Heaven: From Gutter to Glory (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hoch, Dale

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              When a bike gang rolls into a town on their motorcycles, forty or fifty strong, it sounds like rolling thunder in the distance. As they get closer, people have been known to say; a gang thundered into town last night and ripped up the place. This is the reputation that we had, wh...en I was a member of the Henchmen Motorcycle Club. The Lord thundered from heaven, and the Highest uttered His voice; and He sent out arrows, and scattered them; lightning, and discomfited them. 2 Samuel 22:14-15 Even though we were one of the most notorious biker gangs in Canada, we were no match for a God who thunders from heaven. This is a story about a loving God, who sends forth thunder and lightning in order to bring hardened sinners to a personal relationship with Him. The thunder is frightening at first, and the storm can change everything in its path, but it leaves everything new, and brighter than before. This is my story of how I came face to face with the God who thunders from heaven. As a young man, Dale Hoch was a member of the Henchmen Motorcycle Club. He was brought out of a life of drugs, gang wars, prison, and violence-changed by the power of God!He is currently the pastor of World Outreach Ministries, which he and his wife, Edith, founded. He also hosts a weekly radio broadcast, Ministry in the Word, on Faith FM 94.3 in Kitchener, and has a weekly television ministry called Faith On Fire on Daystar Television. Dale has travelled and ministered extensively in youth rallies, evangelistic services, prison ministry, camp meetings, and crusades. This has taken him to countries such as India, Egypt, Mexico, Haiti, Trinidad, Jamaica, Sri-Lanka, Cuba, and countries in Africa as well as throughout Canada and the U.S.A. He has seen many miracles and thousands receive Christ as their Saviour.
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              ISBN 9781486611409
              Released NZ 1 Jan 2016
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              Sold Out for God, Poetically Speaking
                

              Sold Out for God, Poetically Speaking (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McCluskey, Bob

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              This collection of poetry builds on Bob McCluskey's other thoughts and experiences in life and presents his spirituality and personal relationship with God in an exciting and thoughtful way. Bob draws on every day experiences, Biblical stories, and world events as inspiration for... this thoughtful, yet humorous book of poetry. If you need a pick me up, dive in to Bob McCluskey's classic style of wit and rhyme in Sold Out for God, Poetically Speaking. This is Bob McCluskey's ninth published book of poetry. Bob McCluskey was born in Toronto, Ontario and spent his childhood growing up in the depression years. Bob moved to British Columbia with his first wife, Margaret, to be closer to their two married daughters and their families. Margaret and Bob were married for fifty-four years, and she passed away in 2008. Bob met his new bride, Agnes Mary, in 2010 and his poetry has manifested itself since that time!
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              ISBN 9781486611041
              Released NZ 4 Jan 2016
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