Defined : Who God Says You Are
Inspired by the Kendrick brothers’ new movie OVERCOMER, and written by the #1 New York Times best-selling author team behind The Love Dare and The Battle Plan for Prayer, comes an exciting new resource about discovering your God-given identity and embracing the wonder of who you were created to be.
At this very moment, what you believe about your own purpose and value affects almost every area of your life–including how you think and feel, the way you react to circumstances, and how you approach God and your relationships. But what is guiding your core beliefs? Are they healthy and founded upon solid truth? Or are they constantly shifting with the opinions of others or your own emotions?
Based upon powerful insights from the scriptural book of Ephesians, and seasoned with personal stories and practical wisdom, Defined challenges you to let the One who knows you best be the One who guides your heart the most. It’s time for all of us to live in the amazing light of His acceptance, abundance, and strength.
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SKU (ISBN): 9781535948920
Stephen Kendrick | Alex Kendrick
Binding: Cloth Text
Publisher: B and H Publishing Group
Apostles Sister$20.99Add to cart
Aya, daughter of Zebulon of Tarsus, does not want a traditional life. Because she has always lived in the shadow of her brilliant brother, she wants to use her gifts and be something more than a wife and mother. When her traditional father insists she marry Avidan, a Torah student, she reluctantly agrees, but when Avidan leaves for Jerusalem, she seizes an opportunity to fulfill her deepest yearning, realizing she may never have another chance to do so.
After moving to Jerusalem, she expects to be bored in her role as wife to a Torah student, but finds herself fascinated by her husband’s studies. And when her brother Sha’ul makes a life-altering decision, she finds herself faced with a troubling question: How can she remain true to all she’s been taught since infancy and still love her blasphemous brother?
Gratitude Journal For Moms$24.99Add to cart
“Always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Ephesians 5:20
Whether you are a young mom or a mom of grown adults, this 52 week gratitude journal is perfect for keeping you focused on the many blessings God provides for your family. Creatively designed and written by Karen Stubbs, this journal will lift your spirits as you journal about the the times you choose gratitude. The author has filled this journal with Scripture verses and promptings to help guide you in your weekly gratitude exercise. Use this journal as a beautiful keepsake to remember the wonderful times shared together with your children.
This teal 52 week Gratitude Journal’s hard cover is wrapped in LuxLeather. It has a contemporary design that appeals to moms of all ages and includes detailed stitching, decorative debossing and a gold foiled title. The journal features a pocket on the inside back cover for mementoes, a ribbon page marker and a presentation page for gift-giving. This journal for moms makes a perfect gift for young moms, baby showers or Mother’s day gifts.
You Belong : 52 Stories To Strengthen Your Purpose Faith And Relationships$23.99Add to cart
The BELONG tour, a new event from the team that brought you Women of Faith, is an experience that challenges women to pursue their best life. The BELONG team-a group of honest, hilarious friends-share stories and insights drawn from their own lives in print, online, and in person at BELONG Tour events. You’ll find yourself in their stories as they invite you to laugh, reflect, dig deep, and be challenged to live your life in a big way.
John Chrysostom : The Preacher In The Emperor’s Court$11.99Add to cart
There was something about John Chrysostom and the words he spoke that lit up his world.
He was an important leader of the early church, known so much for his preaching and public speaking that he was given the nickname Golden Mouth. He spoke his mind and followed his convictions. He refused to host the lavish social gatherings that his predecessors had laid on. This meant that John Chrysostom really annoyed the wealthy citizens of Constantinople. He spoke out against how many influential Christians cared little for the poor.
“It is madness to fill your cupboards with clothing while other human beings stand naked and trembling with the cold so that they can hardly hold themselves upright.”
It didn’t matter if you were rich or poor John spoke the truth – emphatically. Even the empress fell under his criticism which eventually led to his exile and death.