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The Sermon on the Mount contains Jesus' description of what he wanted his followers to be and do. In this BST volume, John Stott guides readers through Matthew 5 through 7, identifying key themes, confronting the challenges this text raises for today's Christians, and drawing out practical applications.
Offering seven seeker Bible discussions in the Gospels of Luke and John, Rebecca Manley Pippert helps you to consider your own response to meeting Jesus. A Saltshaker Resource.
Number of Studies: 7
Offering seven seeker Bible discussions in the Gospel of John, Rebecca Manley Pippert helps you to explore who Jesus was, how he lived and what his life may mean for you. A Saltshaker Resource.
Number of Studies: 7
InterVarsity Press (IVP) received the Commercial Recycling Award from the Village of Westmont for its successful commitment to improving the environment by recycling. IVP was recognized at the November 7 Westmont Village Board Meeting as "the best and most improved big business recycler."
What if large topics such as philosophy, theology, and biblical studies could be boiled down to seven key sentences each? The accessible primers in this collection act as brief introductions to an academic field, with simple organization: seven key sentences that give readers a birds-eye view of the most pivotal truths on that subject.
Bestselling author and Renovaré founder Richard J. Foster will be discussing his newest book, Sanctuary of the Soul: Journey into Meditative Prayer, with Wheaton College chaplain Dr. Stephen Kellough on Thursday, November 3, at 7 p.m. in the Todd M. Beamer Center. The event, which is open to the public, will include a time for Q&A and will be followed by an opportunity to purchase the book and have it signed by Foster.
InterVarsity Press author Rev. Peter Heltzel was honored with the 2014 Nelson Mandela Community Activist Award for his ongoing work to make a difference in New York City. The award was presented by the New York City Clergy Roundtable at the Nelson Mandela Tribute & Award Ceremony on Friday, March 7, at First Corinthian Baptist Church in New York.
What is it like to be an Enneagram Seven? Gideon Tsang shares how his Enneagram journey has led to personal and spiritual transformation in a series of readings that will enlighten readers who want to understand the world of the Seven more fully. Each reading concludes with an opportunity for further engagement such as a journaling prompt, a written prayer, or a spiritual practice.
Number of Studies: 40
This episode features another set of three authors of color in the second of our two supersized Enneagram episodes. This show features Sandra Van Opstal, Juanita Rasmus, and Morgan Harper Nichols in an honest and vulnerable series of conversations that demonstrate the ways the Enneagram can be a helpful tool as well as the challenges that come from understanding its intersections with ethnicity and gender.
Faith. Love. Family. Power. Success. Goodness. Generosity. Could these virtues ever become stumbling blocks to your Christian walk? Todd Outcalt explores the fine line between virtues and vices, uncovering ways our flawed priorities can masquerade as healthy religious goals and showing us how to reorient ourselves toward truly virtuous living.