Just as all strong towers are built on firm foundations, so it is with our faith. Whether you are a veteran spiritual warrior or new believer, this comprehensive guide lays out the biblical fundamentals that establish the bedrock of belief for every mature Christian. With its companion study guide, this handbook will help you build an indestructible foundation of radical faith. The lessons in your study guide coordinate with the chapters of the book, A Radical Faith. At the end of each lesson are Reflection Questions to help you review what you have studied. 12 Lessons.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 144 Vendor: Chosen Books Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches) ISBN: 0800795091 ISBN-13: 9780800795092 Availability: In Stock
The writer to the Hebrews itemizes the elements of a firm spiritual foundation. These fundamentals must be built into the foundation of every Christian so he or she will not collapse in the face of life's storms. When Christians are shaky in their beliefs, they become vulnerable in the fight against hell. Yet the enemy, as the psalmist pointed out, is constantly shooting at their foundations. What can they do?
They can fortify their foundations, says James W. Goll, one of the most respected leaders in the renewal movement. In the only book/study guide combination on the topic, he lays out the biblical elements of a firm foundation from Hebrews 6, including faith in God, the baptism with the Holy Spirit, resurrection from the dead, and more. His clear, conversational approach equips both new and veteran Christians with the tools they need to establish an unshakable foundation.
James W. Goll is president of Encounters Network and international director of Prayer Storm. He has written numerous extensive Bible study guides and is the author or coauthor of over twenty books, including The Prophetic Intercessor, The Coming Prophetic Revolution, and Praying for Israel's Destiny. Goll is a contributing editor to Kairos magazine and speaks and ministers around the world. He lives in Franklin, Tennessee.