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The Great Escape


Need a study on healing and deliverance—especially for someone who’s literally imprisoned? Look no further. . . . Kathleen Ann Marchant. The Great Escape: Redeemed for Life. 336p., $14.99, Deep River Books. In this thoughtful Bible study guide, find ways you … Continue reading

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New Growth Press minibooks


I’ve worked on (and still am working on) too many of these to list out here, but trust me, there’s probably a minibook for any counseling situation you or someone you know is facing. And you’ll likely recognize some of … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Baggage: a small-group session


For this session, you’ll need…. a large suitcase a variety of items—at least one per person. Include a Bible, as well as several of the following: work-related items, such as a stapler or even a laptop computer family-related items, such … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Addiction


Now that we’ve addressed the need to lay down the things we hold against others, let’s spend the rest of this week addressing the other side of our baggage—namely, the logs in our own eyes. Let’s begin today with the … Continue reading

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Living as People Who Are Free


Repentance is not what we do to right ourselves with God. That’s been done for us by Jesus. Repentance is what we do when we are right with God. It is change in the direction of obedience toward what God … Continue reading

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Repent and Believe… Simple, Right?


There’s a number of things I really like about this book; there’s other things about it that are rather distracting/annoying (and which may or may not be the author’s fault). As such, it’s kind of the epitome of “three-and-a-half stars.” Whether … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Baggage: a small-group session


For this session, you’ll need…. a large suitcase a variety of items—at least one per person. Include a Bible, as well as several of the following: work-related items, such as a stapler or even a laptop computer family-related items, such … Continue reading

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