Parents have the privilege and responsibility to partner with God to release their children's divine destiny. Biblical wisdom, God's promises, and the passionate prayers of caretakers of children are change agents in the lives of these young giant-killers. From Bethel Church leaders and parents Bill and Beni Johnson comes this practical 31-day prayer resource for those who want to receive God's passionate heart for their children, pray daily for them, and model prayer with them. Each day includes · an insightful, instructive reading to inspire Spirit-led parenting · relevant Bible promises for meditation and declaration · a related Scripture-based prayer · activations to do with your child, including a question to discuss, a short prayer to pray, a decree to declare together, and a practical action step of faith God places children in families for a reason--so parents can fan into flame all their children are to become. Your child has big battles to face. This book will help equip you to be the strength and encouragement your child needs.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-11-01 - Publisher: Harlequin
Black sheep. Notorious womanizer. Accused murderer! Liz Hayden had dreamed about nineteenth-century Garrett Rowland, his dark history reaching out to her until...with a flash she found herself hurled into the past and into the body of the woman said to be murdered by Garrett himself--his very own wife! The woman
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-02-28 - Publisher: Tim Hill Ministries
The promise of Amos 9:13 offers a new paradigm of faith and expectation, where old disappointments give way to new realities of expedience and abundant fruitfulness. God's favor is moving at lightning speed bringing His sons and daughters into an unprecedented era of incredible blessings. The Amos Paradigm is a
Mass-Mediated Terrorism, Second Edition, an in-depth look at terrorism, political violence, and mass media, shows how terrorists exploit global media networks and information highways to carry news of their violence along with "propaganda of the deed." To what extent is the media advancing or obstructing the propaganda and policy goals