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  1. The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: The Old Testament

    The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: The Old Testament

    KJV Old Testament

    Runtime: 55.15 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $24.99 Member Price: $19.99 (or 4 credits)
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    The Old Testament in Audio The King James Version has continued to this day to be one of the most beloved and widely sought after translations of the bible into the English language. Now over 400 years old, the King James Version has been shaping Christians for centuries with it’s majesty and solemnity. Narrator David Cochran Heath brings his voice of clarity and warmth, making listening an experience the hearer will want to return to again and again.
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  2. Simon Peter

    Simon Peter

    Flawed but Faithful Disciple

    Runtime: 4.93 hrs. - Unabridged
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    He was not rich or educated, but was familiar with hard work. He was quick-tempered and impetuous, but possessed a passion that would change the world. He left everything to follow his teacher, yet struggled with doubt and fear. Join pastor and author Adam Hamilton in this six-week Lenten journey, and take an in-depth dive into the life, faith, and character of Simon Peter. Additional components for a six-week adult study include a comprehensive Leader Guide and a DVD featuring author and pastor Adam Hamilton teaching on site in Israel and Italy. Also available are resources for children and youth. Chapters Include: The Call of the Fisherman Walking with Jesus in the Storm Bedrock or Stumbling Block? “I Will Not Deny You” From Cowardice to Courage The Rest of the Story
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  3. Pastor Paul

    Pastor Paul

    Nurturing a Culture of Christoformity in the Church

    Runtime: 8.2 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    'Being a pastor is a complicated calling. Pastors are often pulled in multiple directions and must ''become all things to all people'' (1 Cor. 9:22). What does the New Testament say (or not say) about the pastoral calling? And what can we learn about it from the apostle Paul? According to popular New Testament scholar Scot McKnight, pastoring must begin first and foremost with spiritual formation, which plays a vital role in the life and ministry of the pastor. As leaders, pastors both create and nurture culture in a church. The biblical vision for that culture is Christoformity, or Christlikeness. Grounding pastoral ministry in the pastoral praxis of the apostle Paul, McKnight shows that nurturing Christoformity was at the heart of the Pauline mission. The pastor's central calling, then, is to mediate Christ in everything. McKnight explores seven dimensions that illustrate this concept--friendship, siblings, generosity, storytelling, witness, subverting the world, and wisdom--as he calls pastors to be conformed to Christ and to nurture a culture of Christoformity in their churches.'
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  4. Flow

    Flow

    The Ancient Way to Do Contemporary Worship

    Author: Lester Ruth
    Runtime: 4.0 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $12.99 Member Price: $10.39 (or 2 credits)
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    Is there a way to do the prescribed or suggested orders of worship from denominational worship resources-such as the United Methodist Book of Worship, Evangelical Lutheran Book of Worship, the Book of Common Worship of the Presbyterian Church (USA), or the Book of Common Prayer-in a way that feels legitimately and authentically contemporary? This practical, how-to book will help churches plan and implement passionate and invigorating worship. Step by step, author Lester Ruth and contributors Zachary Barnes, Andrew Eastes, Jonathan Ottaway, Adam Perez, Glenn Stallsmith, and Deborah Wong break down the process of re-thinking what the official or recommended order of worship is truly suggesting, so pastors and worship leaders can plan and lead a service of Word and Table that feels genuinely relevant and attuned to the congregation's culture. With this goal, Flow casts a new, but classic, understanding of traditional worship as well as spurs a reconsideration of how contemporary worship can be done by honoring the traditions of denominational congregations.
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  5. Can Evangelicals Learn From World Religions?

    Can Evangelicals Learn From World Religions?

    Runtime: 6.8 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    If Christians treat non-Christian religions as netherworlds of unmixed darkness, the church's message will be a scandal not of particularity but of arrogant obscurantism.
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  6. The Christian's Labor and Reward

    The Christian's Labor and Reward

    Runtime: 6 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    A Sermon Preached At The Funeral Of The Right Honorable Lady Mary Vere, January 10, 1671
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  7. Finding God in the Hunger Games

    Finding God in the Hunger Games

    Author: Ken Gire
    Runtime: 1.85 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $9.98 Member Price: $7.98 (or 2 credits)
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    On the back cover of Suzanne Collin's book are these words: "In the ruins of a place once known as North America . . . ." One doesn't have to be a prophet to see the frightening vision of what the future holds, not only for North America but for the world.  This book is explores the absence of God and the consequences of his absence in our individual lives and in the collective life of the state. And yet, the image of God still resides in us, offering hope.First, Ken Gire looks back at the first hunger games with the rise of the godless emperor, Nero, and the games he hosted in Rome, where he offered free food and entertainment to the populace. At first the games were gladiatorial contests, then the slaughter of Christians became the entertainment of the day.  Part Two examines the present hunger games and how they speak to the gnawing hunger within us, both individually and collectively. It shows how that hunger has expressed itself in our culture with the rise of a vicious competitive spirit that pervades politics, entertainment, and business.  Part Three of the book looks ahead to future hunger games. This glimpse into the future is based on Jesus' Olivet Discourse and his view of how society will deteriorate to a form of barbarism and totalitarianism in the end times.The book ends with a call to be alert to what is taking place in the world and to stand resolute against the forces that appeal to our baser instincts, looking forward to the glorious return of Jesus Christ.
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  8. Empire's End

    Empire's End

    A Novel of the Apostle Paul

    Runtime: 9.9 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Jerry B. Jenkins's new novel is filled with adventure, drama, historic people and places, and even romance. Empire's End tells the story of a man who single- handedly turned the Roman Empire on-end.
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  9. When Trouble Comes

    When Trouble Comes

    Runtime: 4.1 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Whether we’re dealing with suffering, temptation, sin, grief, or persecution, it’s easy to feel alone in our troubles. But the reality is that everyone experiences trouble at some point, and we have a Father in heaven who promises to always be with us. In this honest and encouraging book, Phil Ryken offers hope and practical examples from his own life, the lives of major characters from the Bible, and Jesus himself to show us that we’re never alone in our pain. Though suffering is normal and affliction is to be expected, Christians can put their hope in God—our very present help in times of trouble.
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  10. Rooting for Rivals

    Rooting for Rivals

    How Collaboration and Generosity Increase the Impact of Leaders, Charities, and Churches

    Runtime: 5.75 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Reject Pride of Ownership in Pursuit of a Higher Mission Christian organizations have come to be known mostly for what we're against. And all too often, that includes being against each other. But amid growing distrust of religious institutions, Christ-centered nonprofits have a unique opportunity to link arms and collectively pursue a calling higher than any one organization's agenda.Rooting for Rivals reveals how your ministry can multiply its impact by cooperating rather than competing with others, modeling Christlike love and generosity in the process. Peter Greer and Chris Horst explore case studies illustrating the power of collaborative ministry. Writing with vulnerability, they also share their own failures and successes in moving toward a kingdom mindset. In Rooting for Rivals you'll discover the key to revitalizing your ministry and making an enduring difference in the world.
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  11. Evangelical Catholicism

    Evangelical Catholicism

    Deep Reform in the 21st-Century Church

    Runtime: 9.1 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $19.95 Member Price: $15.96 (or 4 credits)
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    The Catholic Church is on the threshold of a bold new era in its two-thousand-year history. As the curtain comes down on the church defined by the sixteenth-century Counter-Reformation, the curtain is rising on the Evangelical Catholicism of the third millennium: a way of beingCatholic that comes from over a century of Catholic reform; a mission-centered renewal honed by the Second Vatican Council and given compelling expression byBlessed John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. The gospel-centered Evangelical Catholicism of the future will send all the people of the church into mission territory every day-a territory increasingly defined in the West by spiritual boredom and aggressive secularism. Confronting both these cultural challenges and the shadows cast by recent Catholic history, Evangelical Catholicism unapologetically proclaims the gospel of Jesus Christ as the truth of the world. It also molds disciples who witness to faith, hope, and love by the quality of their lives and the nobility of their aspirations. Thus theCatholicism of the twenty-first century and beyond will be a culture-forming counterculture, offering all men and women of good will a deeply humane alternative to the soul-stifling self-absorption of postmodernity. Drawing on thirty years of experience throughout the Catholic world, from its humblest parishes to its highest levels of authority, George Weigel proposes a deepening of faith-based and mission-driven Catholic reform that touches every facet of Catholic life-from the episcopate and the papacy to the priesthood and the consecrated life; from the renewal of the lay vocation in the world to there definition of the church's engagement with public life; from the liturgy to the church's intellectual life. Lay Catholics and clergy alike should welcome the challenge of this unique moment in the church's history. Mediocrity is not an option, and all Catholics, no matter what their station in life, are called to live the evangelical vocation into which they were baptized: without compromise but with the joy, courage, and confidence that comes from living this side of the Resurrection.
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  12. Resurrecting Justice

    Resurrecting Justice

    Reading Romans for the Life of the World

    Runtime: 10 HRS. - Unabridged
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    In Resurrecting Justice, theologian Douglas Harink invites listeners to rediscover Romans as a treatise on justice. He traces Paul's thinking on this theme through a sequential reading of the book, finding in each passage facets of the gospel's primary claim-that God accomplishes justice in the death and resurrection of Jesus Messiah. By rendering forms of the Greek word dikaiosyne as 'just' or 'justice,' Harink emphasizes the inseparability of personal, social, and political uprightness that was clear to Paul but is obscured in modern translations' use of the words 'righteous' and 'righteousness' instead. Throughout this book, Harink includes personal reflection questions and contemporary implications, helping listeners connect Paul's teaching to issues in their world such as church life, politics, power, criminal justice, and violence. Romans demands nothing less than a fundamental rethinking of all things in the light of the gospel. And in Romans the life, death, resurrection, and exaltation of Jesus makes all the difference in how we think about justice. Resurrecting Justice makes clear that the good news of a justice that can come only from God is crucial not only for individual lives but for all peoples and nations of the world.
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  13. An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens

    An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens

    Runtime: 1.2 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    It started with a question: is Christ’s call in Matthew 28, to make disciples of all the world, for all Christians for all time?In 1792, William Carey had noticed that his contemporaries no longer sought to share the gospel with the same zeal as the new believers of the early church. In The Enquiry, he counters this apathy with a theological justification for missions, a history of missionary activity and a survey of the world. He then turns to persuasion, arguing against common objections to sending missionaries and convincing his readers that a missionary society should be formed. Carey’s work was a success and resulted in the founding of the Baptist Missionary Society.
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  14. Does God Desire All To Be Saved?

    Does God Desire All To Be Saved?

    Author: John Piper
    Runtime: 1.5 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    When people start talking about predestination versus free will, the question is nearly always raised: Does God desire all to be saved? If God elects some and not others, how can biblical passages that say God wants the whole world to be saved be true? Drawing explicitly from the Bible, pastor John Piper argues that God’s choice to elect some and not others is completely compatible with his genuine desire that all people would be saved. With humility and grace, Piper addresses common Arminian pillar texts, showing how they do not contradict God’s absolute sovereignty in salvation. Aiming to encourage passionate worship and energetic mission—not intellectual pride—this short book serves as a helpful introduction to this often debated issue.
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  15. The Journey Home

    The Journey Home

    Walking Through and Rising Above Trials

    Runtime: 5.3 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    When Dr. Gene Baillie’s wife, Gini, was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer, their world was forever changed. This book shares the lessons that Gini and Gene learned as God led them through—and beyond—their darkest valleys on their own journey home.
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