Christian Living

Christian Living

Living a life for Christ is a fantastic thing. These books and resources discuss the Christian life and what it means to live a life for Christ. 

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  1. $14.99
    There are many true things about you true things you use to build an identity. Parent. Introvert. Victim. Student. Extrovert. Entrepreneur. Single.
    These truths can identify you, your successes and failures, your expectations and disappointments, y... Learn More
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    In Any Economy, It Pays to Discover Your Calling According to financial expert Dave Ramsey, Few categories of our lives define us and grow us spiritually, emotionally, relationally, and as people. Our work is one of those defining areas. Sadly, a j-o-b... Learn More
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    With her signature storytelling and biblical insight, Michele Cushatt's third book, Relentless, is a message born of deep personal struggle and the transformational discovery that God is indeed with us. Learn More
  4. Unstoppable Gospel

    Gregg Matte

    $15.99
    The path of least resistance is seldom the path of greatest impact. This is a truth that the apostles knew intrinsically, but from which we, the modern church, seem to shy away. They boldly proclaimed the Gospel, in season and out of season. We want to... Learn More
  5. Stay

    Dave Burchett

    $17.99
    Amazing (Furry) Lessons from a Dog's LifeYou'll be enthralled by this story of a man and his lovable Labrador retriever, Hannah, and what their canine friendship can show us about life, grace, and long walks in the park.Hannah was Dave's best friend. H... Learn More
  6. God & Churchill

    Jonathan Sandys

    $26.99
    When Winston Churchill was a boy of sixteen, he already had a vision for his purpose in life. "This country will be subjected somehow to a tremendous invasion . . . I shall be in command of the defences of London . . . it will fall to me to save the C... Learn More
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    Warning: If modern church culture makes perfect sense to you, and you always fit in seamlessly, don't read this. As for the rest of us...

    While American church culture (and American culture at large) seems largely designed for the extroverted, it's estimated that half of the American population is introverted, and they're often left wondering how, even if, they fit in the kingdom of God. As one of them, popular radio host Brant Hansen brings news. It's wonderful, refreshing, and never-been-said-this-way-before good news.

    In his unique style, Hansen looks to answer questions that millions of people carry with them each day:

    • If I don't relate to God as emotionally as others do, is something wrong with me?
    • How does one approach God, and approach faith, when devoid of the "good feelings" that seem to drive so much of evangelical church culture?
    • How does God interact with those who seem spiritually numb?
    • Is the absence of faith-based emotion a sign of that God has moved on or was never there?
    • What if we aren't good at talking to people about our faith, or good at talking to people at all?
    • What if I'm told I'm too analytical, that I "think too much"?
    • Where does a person who suffers from depression fit in the kingdom? Is depression a sure sign of a lack of faith?

    This book is good news for people who are desperately looking for it. (And for their loved ones )

    It's also for those who want to believe in Jesus, but inwardly fear that they don't belong, worry that don't have the requisite emotion-based relationship with God, and are starving for good news.

    Blessed Are the Misfits is going to generate discussion, and lots of it. It's simultaneously highly provocative and humbly personal. It's also leavened with a distinct, dry, self-effacing humor that is a hallmark of Hansen's on-air, writing, and public speaking style.

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    You can live a deeper, more spiritual life right where you are.

    The heart of Christianity is transformation--a relationship with God that impacts not just our spiritual lives but every aspect of our daily lives. John Ortberg calls readers back to the dynamic heartbeat of Christianity--God's power to bring change and growth--and reveals how and why transformation takes place.

    The Life You've Always Wanted offers modern perspectives on the ancient path of the spiritual disciplines. But it is more than just a book about things to do to be a good Christian. It's a road map toward true transformation that starts not with the individual but with the person at the journey's end--Jesus Christ.

    As with a marathon runner, the secret to finishing a race lies not in trying harder, but in training consistently--training with the spiritual disciplines. The disciplines are neither taskmasters nor ends in themselves. Rather they are exercises that build strength and endurance for the road of growth. The fruit of the Spirit--joy, peace, kindness, etc.--are the signposts along the way.

    Paved with humor and sparkling anecdotes, The Life You've Always Wanted is an encouraging and challenging approach to a Christian life that's worth living--a life on the edge that fills an ordinary world with new meaning, hope, change, and joy.

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  9. Quiet Strength

    Tony Dungy

    $15.99
    2008 Retailer's Choice Award winner Tony Dungy's words and example have intrigued millions of people, particularly following his victory in Super Bowl XLI, the first for an African American coach. How is it possible for a coach - especially a football ... Learn More
  10. A View from the Buggy

    Jerry S. Eicher

    $13.99

    Most of us want a simpler life, and there's no better example of the simple life than found among the Amish. But what is it really like to be Amish

    In this delightful compilation of stories by more than 30 Amish men and women, you'll get the ins... Learn More

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