J is for Jesus Part 1

written by: Warren Wiersbe “No man can bear witness to Christ and to himself at the same time,” wrote James Denney (1856-1917), one of the Church of Scotland’s most able theologians. “No man can give the impression that he himself is clever and that Christ is mighty to save.” It seems incredible, but there are […]

His Name Is Wonderful

written by: Michael Catt Chapter 4: The Head of the Family: The Eternal Father The name before us is a reference to God the Son as Creator of heaven and earth. In Hebrews, chapter one, beginning in verse ten, we read, “And, “Thou, Lord, in the beginning didst lay the foundation of the earth, and […]

Staying on the Cutting Edge

written by: Keith Drury 7 REASONS LEADERS FALL OFF THE CUTTING EDGE Why is it that some leaders reach a zenith then plateau or enter a period of decline, while others continue to grow and expand, staying ahead of the pack even into old age? It is true of leaders today, but it has been […]

Read My Mail

written by: Keith Drury (Look over Keith Drury’s Shoulder as he answers his mail) I read your explanation of TULIP in the article Triumph of Arminianism and can’t believe how you Wesleyan-types ignore the plain teaching of Scripture. What are your verses for the Arminian position? I find none. I challenge you to list your […]

Guest Article

written by: Alan Stewart There are few sights in the world as beautiful as the Tennessee mountains this time of year. As soon as the cold chills settle into the night, you begin to see the touch of God in every brush stroke of color draped along the hillsides. However, the cold chills are but […]

A Celebration of Praise

Stand Amazed at Who God is! – Dick Eastman Chosen. An excellent resource on the true nature of praise by the originator of ‘The Change the World School of Prayer.’ So much of what we call praise today is about what God does rather than who He is. This book includes a practical, hands on […]

A Fragile Stone

The Emotional Life of Simon Peter – Michael Card. InterVarsity. A study of well known texts with unexpected insights. If you are preaching a series on Simon Peter, make sure you read this book on the transformation of Peter from an impetuous fisherman into the pivotal leader of the early church. 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online […]

A Musician Looks at the Psalms

365 Daily Meditations – Don Wyrtzen. Broadman & Holman. Wyrtzen, a statesman of Christian music who has written over 400 worship songs, writes straight through his reading of the Old Testament book, grappling with the hard realities of life in the workplace, at home, and in the depths of his own heart. Like the ancient […]

Andrew Murray on Prayer

– Andrew Murray. Whitaker House. Need we say more. You need to read Andrew Murray and become familiar with these classic works on prayer, now available in one volume. 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up the church, seek revival, and encourage pastors. […]

Building Bridges Not Walls

– Jeff Rosenau. Navpress. Building Bridges Not Walls offers a study to equip zealous Christians in making their zeal appeal to a lost world. Author Jeff Rosenau chose to stop ‘preaching’ at community meetings about controversial issues and began speaking on those issues in the spirit of Christ. As a result of Rosenau’s journey, a […]

Come Away

How to Have a Personal Prayer Retreat – Shel Arensen. Kregel. Written by a missionary in Kenya, this is a solid resource for our times. We live in a world of pressure, stress and hurry. We need times to get alone and get with God. This book will help you think through the need for […]

Empowered Church Leadership

Ministry in the Spirit according to Paul – Brian J. Dodd. InterVarsity. Chapter titles include: Spirit-Empowered Leadership, Followership and Self-Surrender, Pay the Price – Carry the Cross, God’s Power in Cracked Pots, The Power of Personal Example, The Power of Partners, Through Prayer, The Race to the Bottom, and The Leadership We Need is Apostolic. […]

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