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The Prodigal Comes Home by Michael English
The Prodigal Comes Home Tells the redemption story of Michael English. In 1994 Michaels music career was rising rapidly when his world fell apart. Newspapers all over the world released a headline stating Gospel Singer Named Artist of the Year Turns in His Awards After Confirming He Had an Affair with a Fellow Married Singer." The next eight years of Michaels life was almost destroyed due to divorce, public shame, drug addiction and homelessness. In 2002 Michael reached out to the Lord, and in his unending forgiveness rescued Michael from himself. This truly honest story explains how Michael became whole again.
Some People Change by MICHAEL ENGLISH
Some People Change by Michael English
With his powerful vocals Michael sings gospel favourites and originals about true transformation in Christ. Includes "I Ain't Givin' Up on Jesus " "Come to the River " "I'd Rather Have Jesus " "I Know You Were Waiting " "On That Great Day " "In Christ Alone " "I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey " "Waking Up the Dawn " "Stubborn " the title track and more.
Apostolic Fathers In English by Michael W Holmes
"The Apostolic Fathers" is an important collection of writings revered by early Christians but not included in the final canon of the New Testament. Here a leading expert on these texts offers an authoritative contemporary translation, in the tradition of the magisterial Lightfoot version but thoroughly up-to-date. The third edition features numerous changes, including carefully revised translations and a new, more user-friendly design. The introduction, notes, and bibliographies have been freshly revised as well.
Oaths and the English Reformation by Jonathan Michael Gray
The practice of swearing oaths was at the centre of the English Reformation. On the one hand, oaths were the medium through which the Henrician regime implemented its ideology and secured loyalty among the people. On the other, they were the tool by which the English people embraced, resisted and manipulated royal policy. Jonathan Michael Gray argues that since the Reformation was negotiated through oaths, their precise significance and function are central to understanding it fully. Oaths and the English Reformation sheds new light on the motivation of Henry VIII, the enforcement of and resistance to reform and the extent of popular participation and negotiation in the political process. Placing oaths at the heart of the narrative, this book argues that the English Reformation was determined as much by its method of implementation and response as it was by the theology or political theory it transmitted.
Getting It Across 2: One Hundred Talks for Family Worship by Nick Fawcett
If the thought of giving a talk for all-age worship leaves you wondering what to say and how to say it, here are 100 brilliant ideas, fully worked out and ready to go! Well, nearly . . . most of the talks require some advance planning, but Getting It Across 2 will lead you step by step through the preparation - we have even included photocopy masters of illustrations where these are required - and guide you through the actual presentation of the talk.
There are talks covering the whole Church year and many other themes besides. There are quizzes and puzzles, games and riddles, talks which use taste and touch, sound and smell - 100 imaginative ways to get your message across in an enjoyable and memorable way.
Bible Wars & Weapons by Rick Osborne
"What excites boys more than action, adventure, and cool weapons? In Bible Wars & Weapons boys ages 8 to 12 can read all about the action and adventure of battle in Bible times. They can experience the thrill and intensity of battle from the frontlines--with those who led the battles and the soldiers who fought them.;Filled with cool maps that show sites of battle and illustrations of army units, boys learn about tons of cool equipment and the armor used during that time. This is action and adventure at its best--straight from the pages of the Bible. As part of the 2:52 Soul Gear(tm) collection, these high-energy, fast-moving stories will encourage boys in their quest to be smarter, stronger, deeper, and cooler as they develop into young men of God."
Kids Online: Living in the Power of the Spirit by Alan Price
Kids Online is a children's discipleship course, born out of a longing for children to know and experience God's love for them, and to realise that his plan for them starts right now, not just when they are older.
Aimed at 8-11 year olds, it is primarily for children who want to move on in their faith, although the course does cover the basics of Christianity and can be used for evangelistic purposes.
Designed for use with small groups, the sessions covered are:
You're special 'cos God loves you
Why we need Jesus
God in us - the work of the Holy Spirit (Parts 1 and 2)
Stepping out with Jesus
Going and growing with Jesus
Communion for kids
Into membership - into action
Each session is clearly laid out, giving the aims, synopsis of the session content, suggested songs for worship, activities to stimulate thought and discussion, as well as photocopiable resource sheets and worksheets.
Children will learn to use their Bible, pray and worship together as they respond to God and grow in their faith and love for Jesus.
English Reformation and the Puritans, The DVD by Reeves, Michael
Michael by Ed Robinette