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Multiply

By Francis Chan

Francis Chan’s book “Multiply” focuses on being a disciple of Christ who actively disciples others. Written in a lively, engaging style, the book covers basic theology, includes insightful discussion questions, and teaches believers what it means to live out what the Bible teaches as an active disciple maker. The book is specifically designed for use in a community context, such as a small group. more»

 
 

Better

By Tim Chaddick,Craig Borlase

Tim Chaddick, founding pastor of the fast-growing Reality LA church in Hollywood, explores the meaning of life and the vain attempts people make to find it in his new book, “Better: How Jesus Satisfies the Search for Meaning.” Helpful to spiritual seekers and new believers alike, the book is perfect for personal study and discipleship groups. more»

 
 

Embracing Grace

By Daniel A. Brown, Ph.D.

In his new book, “Embracing Grace,” Foursquare leader Daniel A. Brown, Ph.D., offers sage advice and sound biblical teaching to help believers who have become sidelined by destructive guilty feelings find freedom to live in God’s great grace. Insightful and written in an accessible style, this book will prove beneficial to any believer struggling with feelings of failure, and would also be excellent for small-group study and discussion. more»

 
 

Your Beautiful Purpose

By Susie Larson

Popular radio show host Susie Larson helps women discover and embrace God’s call for their lives in her new book, “Your Beautiful Purpose: Discovering and Enjoying What God Can Do Through You.” The renowned author and speaker shows how a woman’s gifts and passions help to fulfill God’s unique assignment for her life. more»

 
 

Connection 2012: Learning Tracks for Senior Pastors

By The Foursquare Church

Recorded live at Foursquare Connection 2012 in Phoenix, the Learning Tracks for senior pastors feature Foursquare pastors and leaders discussing how senior pastors can better disciple their congregations and engage their communities. They reflect on ways to connect with the next generation, and share ideas to create a culture of discipleship and community engagement. more»

 
 
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