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Oct 1, 2012

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Overview: You Matter More Than You Realize If you're looking for a life of meaning, take hope. God wants to use you in his surprising plan to change the world. Who would have guessed that Jesus would conquer evil not through force or victory, but through defeat? He makes the weak strong, the foolish wise, and the insignificant matter. Author and pastor Chris Travis shares powerful, soul-stirring true stories—including his own gritty experiences teaching in one of the most dangerous public schools in New York—to cast a vision of how much we matter to God and his work in the world. True significance will cost you everything, but you will get more than you ever dreamed in return. Includes end-of-chapter questions for personal study or small-group discussion. inSignificant is the story of a man who has been stretched by the extent of God's love for "the least of these." Whether you are in the middle of a similar journey, looking back on that journey, or preparing to take a step of faith, this book is for you. Dave Stone Senior Pastor, Southeast Christian Church
Overview: What do you need in order to overcome what life throws at you? Simple child-like faith and trust in God, which enables you to make a leap of faith despite your fear. In this four-part series, join Joyce Meyer on a journey of faith. She shares many of her own personal stories of God stretching her faith and teaching her how to overcome the enemy's fear traps. Joyce will teach you...What faith is, what it's not and how it defeats fear every time. What the Bible actually means when it says, "fear not". How love and faith will work together in your life. The importance of using our faith daily. You don't have to be led by your feelings. Instead, you can defeat fear by "doing it afraid." These lessons on faith will help you find the courage to accomplish the many wonderful things God has planned for your life! 4 CD's
Overview: God has provided all the resources we need to live an exceptional life. It becomes evident as we learn to operate in the fruit of the Spirit, which is available to us by His grace. Love, faithfulness, goodness, patience, kindness, peace, humility, joy and self-control are what make our lives exceptional; they’re a reward themselves. We were born to display them, and we will never be fulfilled without them. Make the decision to live every day giving glory to God in everything. As you do, you’ll find your life to be exceptional beyond anything you could ever imagine.
Overview: Rising sous-chef Kelly Matlock's sudden collapse at work is a wake-up call. Disillusioned and burned out, she's retreated to her sister Jillian's house in Virgin River to rest and reevaluate. Puttering in Jill's garden and cooking with her heirloom vegetables is wonderful, but Virgin River is a far cry from San Francisco. Kelly's starting to feel a little too unmotivated…until she meets Lief Holbrook. The handsome widower looks more like a lumberjack than a sophisticated screenwriter—a combination Kelly finds irresistible. But less appealing is Lief's rebellious stepdaughter, Courtney. She's the reason they moved from L.A., but Courtney's finding plenty of trouble even in Virgin River. Kelly's never fallen for a guy with such serious baggage, but some things are worth fighting for. Besides, a bratty teenager can't be any worse than a histrionic chef…right?

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Overview: As obsession and loss become dark partners, how far must the people of Abbey Hills go to survive? Six months ago, brutal murders shook the small Ozark town—murders that stopped after a house fire reportedly claimed the killer’s life. Lauryn McBride's family auction house has taken responsibility for the estate sale of one of the victims—the enigmatic Markus Chisom. Submerging herself in Chisom’s beautiful but strange world, Lauryn welcomes the reprieve from watching Alzheimer’s steal her father from her, piece by piece. She soon realizes that centuries-old secrets tie Abbey Hills to the Chisom estate and a mysterious evil will do anything to make sure those secrets stay hidden. Even the man who grew up loving her may not be able to protect Lauryn from the danger. When Amede Dastillon receives an unexpected package from Abbey Hills, she hopes it might be the key in tracking down her beloved sister, long estranged from her family. Visiting Abbey Hills seems the logical next step in her search, but Amede is unusually affected by the town, and when mutilated carcasses begin turning up again in the small community, the local law enforcement isn’t sure if they are confronting a familiar evil or a new terror. Two women brought together by questions that seem to have no answers. Can they overcome the loss and darkness threatening to devour them—or will their own demons condemn them to an emotional wasteland?

Overview: In this text, Rev. L. D. Ervin utilizes his extensive ministry experience to present the story of Jesus Christ in a way that will give the reader a better understanding of what it truly means to be a Christian. Using passages from the Bible, Rev. Ervin explains each in easily understandable terms to create a clear message of faith and hope. If you are seeking to build a stronger spiritual foundation and become closer to Christ, let Rev. Ervin show you the way.
Overview: Award-winning author Shelley Bates pens the story of a sheltered young woman torn between a magnetic leader and the man out to discredit him.

Overview: Women of Faith, renowned for their unique combination of personality and truth, offer fresh new messages in their fourth series of popular topical study guides. Titles include: •Receiving God's Goodness •Experiencing Spiritual Intimacy •Contagious Joy •Understanding Purpose Each study guide, teeming with insights and quotes from the conference speakers provides twelve weeks of Bible study, a leader's guide for small groups, and a special take-home reminder for each week's lesson.

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