This book is a useful guide that answers the most frequently asked questions about the beliefs, practices, and history of The United Methodist Church. The information is brief, geared to laypersons, and is presented in an easy question-and-answer format.
This is the account Rick Joyner gives of a vision he experienced over the course of a year in which he claims to have viewed the unfolding of the last battle between light and darkness. This is the complete vision, including parts not previously seen.
This accessible study of John Wesley (1703-1791) presents the founder of Methodism in an interesting and engaging way. Abraham fondest desire is "to make Wesley come alive for those who would truly love to become unpretentious armchair theologians." Wesley is "a friend who can well launch them on a wonderful journey in faith. The intriguing illustrations by Ron Hill make this an excellent introduction to the work of this important Christian figure.
A new introduction to the Episcopal Church's history, structure, and beliefs.
The perfect book for inquirers and new members, The Episcopal Church Welcomes You is also a book for current Church members who may be unfamiliar with some of the Church's history, beliefs, and practices. This brand new introduction to the history, polity, spirituality, worship, and outreach of the Episcopal Church is written in an easy-to-read conversational tone, and includes study questions at the end of each chapter, making
In his classic work, life-long Presbyterian and former pastor Jim Angell tells what it means to be a Presbyterian. This readable, accessible book is divided into six parts--key ideas, commitment, witness, order, discipline, and covenant--and includes a handy glossary to commonly used Presbyterian terms. Now updated with the most recent statistics and polity information, this is an ideal book to give to new members, confirmation students, and inquirers in PC(USA) churches.