Can you develop your full potential without using it up? Yes, says one of today's foremost leadership experts! Encouraging you to cultivate the self-awareness necessary to nurture personal growth, he helps you value yourself, improve by following in the footsteps of mentors, implement a personal vision, contribute toward the development of others, and more.
Men---are you quick to form an ever-expanding collection of "buddies," but never develop any close friendships? Helping you reorganize your thoughts and revolutionize your relationships, Swanberg and Smith reveal how to establish priorities, make plans, diagnose difficulties, make midcourse corrections, and achieve the positive results you desire---and God intends.
Everyone is afraid of something--failure, success, loneliness, crowds, death, life--the list is endless. And no one is immune to fear. Fear haunts the weak and the powerful, the young and the old, the rich and the poor. It is the great equalizer. There is hope. In What Are You Afraid Of? Dr. David Jeremiah identifies and explains what is at the heart of nine of our greatest fears and lays out a biblical plan for overcoming each one of them. He also examines one particular fear that should be part of our daily lives: the fear of God.
Discover the joy of giving and reap the rewards of receiving! Teaching from personal experience, Morris presents a biblical message of blessing not only in terms of abundance, but of having supernatural power working for you. Certain to transform all areas of your life---marriage, family, health, relationships, and finances! Includes a study guide.
The Daniel Plan teaches simple ways to incorporate healthy choices into a reader's current lifestyle and helps them understand the kind of foods God created to keep them fit and strong. The book is categorized around five key concepts for optimal health that promote success: faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends. These concepts encourage readers to deepen their relationship with God and offer inspiration as they make positive choices each and every day.