A Compact Guide to the Christian Life [NOOK Book]

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Get immediate access to information through highly relevant, concise explanations of how Christianity works in practice. More than 100 topics are covered, including:
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A Compact Guide to the Christian Life

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Overview

Get immediate access to information through highly relevant, concise explanations of how Christianity works in practice. More than 100 topics are covered, including:
  • Prayer
  • The Bible
  • Important Doctrines
  • God’s Will
  • Emotions
  • Sex and Dating
  • Children
  • Money
  • Work
A good resource for leaders and new Christians.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612914855
  • Publisher: The Navigators
  • Publication date: 2/27/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author


KAREN LEE-THORP is a freelance writer and former senior editor for NavPress Bible studies. She has written or co-written more than fifty books, workbooks, and study guides. She speaks from years of research on the Bible and women’s issues as well as from her own experience of God’s goodness in the face of incest, anorexia, and health challenges. She holds a BA from Yale University. Her books include Why Beauty Matters, the Doing Life Together series (Zondervan), the Revolutionary Parenting Workbook (Cook, with George Barna) and several volumes in the series Bringing the Bible to Life (Zondervan). She lives with her family in Southern California.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: How Do I Use This Book?
Knowing the King
God
Prayer
How to Have an Effective Quiet Time
Temptation
Depending on God
Knowing the Faith
What is the Gospel?
What's in the Bible?
How to Get the Most From the Bible
World View
Important Christian Terms
Assurance
Called to Be Sent
Lifestyle Evangelism
The Body of Christ
Christian Community
Starting a Small Group
Life in the World
Making Decisions by Discerning God's Will
Making Moral Decisions
Dealing with Emotions
Suffering
Relationships
Friendship
Dating
Sex
Marriage
Raising Children
Money
Work and Rest
The Christian in Society
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2004

    An easy reference for your Christian life.

    A ready reference for all aspects of the Christian life. It doesn't go deep into subjects, but then it is just a starting point. The number of topics that it covers is impressive. It also remains very denomination nuteral throughout. If you want a comprehensive discourse on a topic - this ain't it. But If you can only carry 2 books in your backpack/purse, this is a good choice for one that covers a wide range of subjects.

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