Shiny Gods (D2036)
How much is enough? In a culture guided by shiny, life-promising distractions, “enough” seems elusive and keeps us chasing the next quick fix. What if the Giver of Life offered freedom from this downward spiral – would you take it? In “Shiny Gods”, pastor and author Mike Slaughter helps readers reassess priorities to create a culture and lifestyle of giving, based on the word of God and the example of Christ.
In his inspiring, challenging, and humorous style, Slaughter helps us consider topics such as: “Naming Our Idols”, “Money, Work, and Debt”, “Be Faithful, Save, and Give”, and “Heart Giving”.
Unusual Questions (D1105)
Unusual Questions is a study of the Book of John. How many of us feel a bit weird talking about our faith in public? How many of us know the dialogue to favorite movies or TV shows better than we know the stories that feed our faith? How many of us want to dedicate ourselves to Christ but have trouble finding the time? Can you put yourself in one or more of these categories? Then the story you should read is this unusual Gospel of John. The peculiar way John proclaims the good news of Jesus Christ speaks beautifully to our modern moment, especially to us unusual people. In Unusual Questions, Adam Thomas uses unusual questions from the Gospel of John to explore what it means to ask our own, and we’ll discover that questioning shows that we are serious about our relationships with God and helps build our faith. Jesus teaches us about God and about ourselves as we explore his unusual questions
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