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What the Body of Christ Needs Today

What the Body of Christ Needs Today

  Ever been distracted? Have you ever been working on something that you needed to finish and . . . out of no where, something else comes up and your attention is drawn away from what was necessary to something else. Certainly, for this our daily dilemma. I have found myself thinking about this lately […]

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John Bevere: Breaking Intimidation

John Bevere: Breaking Intimidation

John Bevere, Breaking Intimidation (Creation House, 1995), 205 pages, ISBN 9781591858812. Like their worldly counterparts, Christian bookstores today seem to be laden with self-help or, if you will, “spiritual” pop psychology books. Breaking Intimidation is no such book. Author John Bevere confronts head on a spiritual problem most of us encounter at one time or […]

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