Have you ever looked at your children and wondered: What in the world am I doing? Why did God trust me, of all people, to raise them? Being a mom is one the most difficult jobs many of us will ever undertake. We’re overworked, overwhelmed, and many we feel we’re in over our head.
Searching for Sanity offers moms an opportunity to take a breath, dig into God’s Word, and learn from parents of the past who have traveled down this road of motherhood. In short devotions designed for busy moms, you’ll learn how to find specific wisdom from God’s Word to address your unique parenting challenges. Paired with experiences of these Biblical “mothers-in-training,” you will find a measure of sanity amidst the chaos.
God gifted you to become a mom. Accept his grace. Learn from other moms and become a beacon of light for your family.
If you have ever wanted to get into the Biblical habit of prophesying, then this book is for you. If you have ever heard the voice of God, then you need to pick up this book. Payne even makes a rock solid argument why every Christian should learn to walk in the prophetic and practice prophetic evangelism in everyday life, and it’s surprisingly easy.
Payne lays out a step by step approach to prophesying on the streets, giving guidance to the inexperienced and encouraging the experienced to continue in the Lord’s work. Payne takes you through his own personal journey on the way and shows you how to overcome fear, inexperience, and the lies you have told yourself or others have told you.
The book ends in an unconventional, yet special way. After he prays a special impartation prayer, Payne gives his own personal email address and Facebook page for you to contact him and practice your newfound skills in prophecy on him.
Payne highly recommends both the books called “Prophetic Evangelism” by Mark Stibbe and Simon Peter, also.
“Prophetic Evangelism Made Simple was unusually straight forward and understandable for a book dealing with such a complex topic. I think that anyone would be able to understand the text, even someone that has just heard the Gospel message.”
Religion and Philosophy writer: Global Intrigue.
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In an interpretive retelling of the Easter and Christmas stories, A Miser, A Manger, A Miracle weaves Biblical events into the timeless work of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Darkness cloaks the hills of Bethlehem, but pales in comparison to the black heart of a greedy, unscrupulous innkeeper, who unknowingly sets into motion a night of miracles the world will never forget.
David Morrell, New York Times best selling author of ‘The Spy Who Came for Christmas’ says “The First Christmas Carol is a vivid new approach to the traditional nativity story. Fresh and fascinating.”