Description : A modern classic--revised with more than 70 percent new material--is based on seven Scriptural realities that teach Christians how to develop a true relationship with the Creator.
Description : This book shows Christians how to transition from knowing and doing the will of God as individuals to knowing and doing the will of God within a corporate body of believers.
Description : Bible Study Book for the eight-session study by Henry and Richard Blackaby examines seven realities Moses experienced when he encountered God in Exodus and offers principles for modern-day believers to experience God.
Description : Experiencing God at Home takes a fresh path back into the rich roots of Henry Blackaby’s world-renowned Experiencing God writings to connect what happens in our homes to what happens in our churches. Here, his sons Tom and Richard Blackaby first establish the biblical case for the idea of experiencing God at home, illuminating how the clear foundation for God’s work in nations and churches around the world is his work in families. Indeed, healthy families lead to healthy churches, and the Blackabys illustrate that through real-life stories of families that have found ways to experience God in marriage, in choosing life’s direction, in rescuing broken relationships, in forgiveness, in the salvation of loved ones, etc. Lessons from the Bible support these moving accounts, and the book concludes with resources that will guide individuals families as well as entire churches toward practically experiencing God at home.
Description : In Experiencing God, Thomas H. Green, S.J., presents a brief and accessible guide to prayer. Green reminds readers that prayer life is, above all, a relationship with God and a deepening of our experience of God. Fr. Green, who died in 2009, spent a lifetime teaching fellow Christians to pray. Experiencing God is a treasury of his best insights. Drawn from lectures given by Fr. Green, Experiencing God is now in print for the first time—an appropriate commemoration of the faithful life and work of this beloved teacher and author. Ideally suited to faith sharing groups, parish retreats, and ministry formation workshops.
Description : Originally published by the Paulist Press in 1978, this book attempts to elaborate a foundational theology that could interpret the experience of Christian life in all of its social complexity. Father Gelpi reflects both on his personal experience as well as the principal texts of the Christian religion. He examines the American philosophical contributions of Edwards, Peirce, James, Dewey, Santayana, and Whitehead and their contribution to our Christian heritage. Co-published with the College Theology Society as part of its Reprints in Religion Series.
Description : Intended for college and seminary courses on spiritual formation, the workbook consists of twelve chapters with three parts each: believing, behaving, and becoming (that is, what virtues to possess). Thus, the thirty-six lessons are holistic, showing that the process of becoming like Christ involves our entire being.
Description : Experiencing God in the Ordinary will help you discover through prayer and meditation that God is always present and can be found in an ordinary day.