Wiki is a type of website that allows collaborative editing of its content. Anyone can become an expert on anything. We are currently living in a time that has taken this type of editable approach to theology.
Our culture worships the Wiki God. We want ever so desperately to serve a deity whom we have the freedom and capability to edit. Many people are attempting to revise the Christian faith by cutting out what they don’t like, copying favorable ideas from other worldviews, and pasting them into some hopeless attempt at a hybrid faith.
Instead of editing who God is to align with our expectations, we must align ourselves with the Bible to help us understand what God has revealed to us concerning himself. In each chapter of this book, a common misconception of God is presented followed by a description of the biblical attribute that seeks to correct the current cultural leanings. We don’t need our versions of God. We simply need God.
Marriage is simple in theory but difficult in application. God puts a marriage together, and then we are supposed to do our part to keep it together. Along the way, we turn out to be the real problem. Regardless of how healthy or unhealthy your marriage currently is, it could be more robust. This book contains 31 succinct chapters focusing on 31 particular marriage separators. God can help keep yours together. Will you join him?
Your worship team is under spiritual attack. If your team doesn’t notice it, that may be because the battle is already over. While contexts differ, these five worship team killers show up in almost every situation and every heart: pride, inconsistency, inability, detachment, and division. Since you are a target, would you take some time to research the dangerous areas?
The Battle Plan for Prayer Bible Study
LEADER KIT – Released August 2015
Develop a deeper walk with God as you seek the Lord for your battles first.
The Battle Plan for Prayer Bible Study equips believers to create their own prayer strategy and be specific and strategic in prayer.
This study features teaching by Alex and Stephen Kendrick on the topics of: what prayer is and is not, why God wants us to pray, specific areas of prayer, specific strategies for prayer, and more.
The Resolution for Men Bible Study
Released October 2013
The Resolution for Men – Bible Study includes content for small-group sessions, five personal devotions each week, and leader notes.
You’ll also find icebreakers, interactive Bible study, provocative insights, and guided prayer. This men’s group curriculum was inspired by the document featured in the movie COURAGEOUS. The Resolution contained 12 commitments related to characteristics that all men of God want to pursue, such as responsibility, faithfulness, honor, justice, forgiveness, integrity, and courage.
The Bible study walks participants through each of the 12 commitments, especially to their families, and identifies the biblical roots and showing how to live out each godly principle in real life. It’s ideal for men’s accountability groups.
Released July 2013
The Love Dare for Parents Bible Study looks at parenting the way Scripture describes it.
It’s about walking in relationship with the One who created us and entrusted our children to us. This study will inspire and strengthen busy parents—married and single—to learn and practice principles of love as they relate to their children, ages preschool to college. It offers a plan of action to more fully cherish and enjoy all of their children during each season of their lives.
Released October 2011
Honor Begins at Home: The Courageous Bible Study Member Book guides the participant through this compelling Bible study based on the movie Courageous.
This 8-session study will take individuals and small groups deeper into biblical truths for a godly family, exploring topics such as redeeming your history, walking with integrity, winning and blessing the hearts of your children, and more.
Released September 2011
Parents have often developed misplaced priorities when it comes to their children.
Many children in America are so busy with numerous activities that their spiritual lives are unfortunately neglected. Our approach is to drop our children off at the best church in town which we qualify by which one has the hippest youth minister, most attended programs, and the nicest facilities. For all our efforts, children are still walking away from church once they leave the nest. There is another way.
Don’t drop your kids off at church, bring them home to it.
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Released May 2011
This children’s book reminds young minds that all good things come from God and all of our lives are for God.
I wrote and illustrated this children’s book with my boys as the main characters. It was a joy to create but an even greater joy to see them enjoy it through the years.
Every page of every story has one main character: it’s all about God.
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Released May 2009
Freshman fifteen is an Americanized concept proposing that when students conclude their freshman year at college, they are approximately fifteen pounds heavier than when that school year began. Every college student will gain weight in college, but that doesn’t have to be a negative thing.
People in the ancient world spoke of giving weight to something as giving it glory or heightening it to a place of significance in one’s life. In your time at college, you will put on the freshmen fifteen. I would just recommend that you put it on in all the right places. What would it look like if you gave glory to Jesus Christ in every area of your life in college? Freshman 15 contains fifteen specific areas in which college students can practically give Jesus weight or glory.