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Life Lessons from Missionaries.

KShs790.00
Meet David Livingstone, an adventurous Scottish explorer who travelled through Africa! But wait, there's more to him than just exploration. David was also a kind-hearted doctor who cared for those in need, a missionary spreading the word of Christianity, and a loving husband to Mary Moffat Livingstone. Come along on his incredible journeys as he uncovers new lands, encounters fascinating cultures, and shows us the true meaning of courage and discovery! Get ready for a tale that will spark your imagination and fill your heart with wonder!

Uncovering the Secrets of Teenage years

KShs990.00
This book will provide answers to best study skills, career choice, decision-making mental health, spiritual formation, self-identity, and so on. this book discusses the above topics and many more discussed in full. It is a self-guided progression book with simplified tasks that a young person can achieve on their own.

Key’s to Progress and Prosperit...

KShs690.00
Life has many doors with locked opportunities. Everything we need can be accessed by learning the keys to to these opportunities. Keys are mind sets and habits that usher us into ways of attracting progress and prosperity. In this book, the author shares five keys that can be mastered by anyone. She uses her own experiences to help the reader understand and embrace the process of developing winning habits and thought patterns. She also demonstrates how one can unlearn redundant habits that cause stagnation. Do you desire to see lasting, authentic success in your life? Are you ready for a journey towards building a prosperity mind set? Then this is your book.

SOHAF (basic)

KShs1,090.00
Having attended a great many conferences over the years my observation is that the modern church is largely concerned with matters such as leadership, growing the numbers in your congregations, or church planting. There is no doubt at all that these are wonderful and necessary topics to facilitate the building of the Kingdom of God. There is, however, very little focus on healing ministries and as a consequence the doctors are the first port of call for physical problems. For many churches, even large city congregations, if there are mental or emotional issues the people are sent to psychiatrists or Christian counselors trained in secular techniques. In contrast if we look at the Jesus model, His focus was on healing the sick, freeing those with demonic bondages and healing the broken hearted. Apparently, His disciples freely received this ministry from Christ themselves before they were commissioned to take the good news to the World.

SOHAF

KShs1,490.00
Having attended a great many conferences over the years my observation is that the modern church is largely concerned with matters such as leadership, growing the numbers in your congregations, or church planting. There is no doubt at all that these are wonderful and necessary topics to facilitate the building of the Kingdom of God. There is, however, very little focus on healing ministries and as a consequence the doctors are the first port of call for physical problems. For many churches, even large city congregations, if there are mental or emotional issues the people are sent to psychiatrists or Christian counselors trained in secular techniques. In contrast if we look at the Jesus model, His focus was on healing the sick, freeing those with demonic bondages and healing the broken hearted. Apparently, His disciples freely received this ministry from Christ themselves before they were commissioned to take the good news to the World. Matthew 10:8 Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received, freely give. NIV Perhaps we could look at it in this way. Imagine if you were putting together a football team and selecting your players. "Alright, I choose that man over there with one leg, the blind guy, that deaf fellow, the man with one eye, those chaps with the back braces on, and those cripples." Then you launched them out onto the field, yelling with great enthusiasm and encouragement; "Go get them guys!" It doesn't make much sense to me, but many of us have been around churches where the focus is on trying to motivate broken people to live a victorious life of faith. We have all seen the fallout and problems from people with unresolved issues active in a church environment. Remember the 'Vasa' There is an old Swedish warship housed in a museum in Stockholm called by the name of 'Vasa.' She was commissioned to be built by the King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus for use in the war with Poland-Lithuania and was constructed 1626-27. Upon completion she was considered to be one of the most powerful warships in the world at the time. A tremendous amount of resource was put into her, and she presented with rich and ornate decorations. She was loaded with large and powerful guns. Unfortunately, all of the expense and efforts went into her appearance and equipment for war. Not enough time was spent on the design and what was done below the waterline out of sight. The result was that she appeared to be a splendid, dangerous and formidable enemy, when in fact she was unstable in her foundation and not well ballasted. Sadly only 1400 meters into her maiden voyage she encountered a gust of wind which caused the ship to capsize and sink. The guns had just been fired as a grand salute to onlookers as the vessel left Stockholm. The lesson for us is if we spend all of our time on presentation and how things look, and neglect dealing with the sub surface problems of the church we may not ever even get into battle. If we train people in leadership, and develop or release gifts but don't deal with the unresolved issues in their lives, are we building on sand? We have found that if we focus on the people being set free, the gifts and leadership come with motivation that God is pleased to bless. At times I have ministered to leadership teams of larger churches and have been amazed at what is often going on in the background. I thoroughly believe that healing the brokenhearted and setting the captives free was the main ministry of Jesus for a very good reason. If we want to be the stable church that God is pleased to anoint, we may need to consider spending a little more time on working below the water line and sorting out the areas that are not always visible.

Taking Down Goliath

This book provides the body of Christ with a means of dealing with mental disorders. It was produced from a background of decades invested in ministering to the roots of these disorders, and predictably and consistently seeing them resolved through the work of the Holy Spirit. The publication proposes that God has the answers, and is desiring that people everywhere receive the freedom that He has promised and made available.

Worshipping God the African way by Ma...

KShs1,290.00
Worshipping God the African Way: a handbook for worshippers and worship leaders In the beautiful assortments of African worship, a unique and transformative journey unfolds as worshipers seek to connect with the divine through ancient traditions and a deep yearning for spiritual connection. African believers bring forth a rich worldview of practices, rituals, and beliefs that infuse their worship experiences with unparalleled authenticity and passion. Join us as we explore the world of African worship, where spirit and truth converge to unlock divine power.

The Glory in Perservance by Fredrick ...

KShs1,290.00
There are a myriad of challenges in being a Christian and which can only be overcome by persevering unto the end of one’s walk with the Lord. Therefore perseverance is neither optional nor negotiable in the Christian walk. This book is there to equip a Christian in that noble task leading to eternal life in heaven. You will never regret to have read this book but only to thank God.

Relating With God our Father by Marga...

KShs1,290.00
Relating with God as our Father This book takes us through a journey of self-discovery as children of God, as we explore Almighty God as our Father and His grand plan for us.The book sets out a journey from God’s thought on fatherhood since creation;how He is our Father in the truest sense;and how to communicate and fellowship with Him. In the book, you will also learn: •The effects of sin on God-man relationship •The power of grace,prayer,giving and decision making as a child of God •How to overcome fear,worry and depression because you are a child of God.
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