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“- “If you live for people’s acceptance, you’ll die from their rejection.” Two-time Grammy winning rap artist, Lecrae, learned this lesson through more than his share of adversity—childhood abuse, drugs and alcoholism, a stint in rehab, an abortion, and an unsuccessful suicide attempt. (Part of our Ignite Student 310 program)
2. Lee Strobel
“Case for Christ
” – (Student Edition) There’s little question that he actually lived. But miracles? Rising from the dead? Some of the stories you hear about him sound like just that—stories (Part of our Ignite Student 310 program)
3. John Eldridge
“Wild at Heart
” – John Eldredge revises and updates his best-selling, renowned Christian classic, Wild at Heart, and in it invites men to recover their masculine heart, defined in the image of a passionate God.
4. John & Stasi Eldridge
” – Every woman was once a little girl. And every little girl holds in her heart her most precious dreams. She longs to be swept up into a romance, to play an irreplaceable role in a great adventure, to be the beauty of the story. Those desires are far more than child’s play. They are the secret to the feminine heart.
5. John C. Maxwell
“21 Laws of Leadership
” – “A book is a conversation between the author and reader,” says Maxwell. “It’s been ten years since I wrote The 21 Laws of Leadership. I’ve grown a lot since then. I’ve taught these laws in dozens of countries around the world. This new edition gives me the opportunity to share what I’ve learned.”
6. Bruce Wilkinson
“Secrets of the Vine
” – Join Bruce Wilkinson for a journey through John 15. Find out why Jesus is the Vine of life, and explore the four levels of “fruit bearing.” You’ll learn three surprising secrets that will open your eyes to your unrealized potential in Him…starting today!
7. Craig Groeschel
” – “The more I looked, the more I found Christian Atheists everywhere.” Former Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel knows his subject all too well. After over a decade of successful ministry, he had to make a painful self admission: although he believed in God, he was leading his church like God didn’t exist.