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Night of Tragedy Dawning of Light (ebook)

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On September 15, 1999, a lone gunman entered a church youth rally, shot several rounds of ammunition, and killed seven people before killing himself. This book is the official record of the tragedies and victories of that night and the days that followed – a story of how the o­ne who is the Light turned tragedy into triumph.

Comments: “Only God can turn a tearful tragedy into a glorious victory. This is a story of His grace, and faith at its best.”

Bill Bright, founder, Campus Crusade for Christ

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Disciple Shape (ebook)

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“Dan Crawford has long understood the connection between the words disciple and discipline. Now in a wonderful new format, he discusses a twelve-week program designed to get the spiritually flabby into shape . . . To read this book will be easy. To do this book may be hazardous and will require all you are.”

Calvin Miller, Author, Professor, Beeson Divinity School

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Evangelife: A Guide to Life-Style Evangelism(ebook)

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“It is my prayer that, as you read these pages, you will not just look for answers in my words. Rather, as you evaluate and experiment with these principles, I hope you will find answers in your own experience and “as you go” you will be a more effective witness for Jesus Christ.”

Dr. Dan Crawford, Author

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Where One is Gathered in His Name (ebook)

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“Why would anyone need a book like this? To paraphrase my doctor, you need the daily activities to balance your spiritual health, and after one hundred days you ought to have formed a habit.
There are many balances needed in the Christian life. This book concerns itself with only the general balance between worship and service. Specifically, the book is concerned with the balance of private worship, where one is gathered in His name, and public service. The purpose of worship is not only personal fullness of the presence of God but unselfish service among the people of God. Thus, the book presents a challenge to individuals to find a working balance between their worship of God and their service among people.”

Dr. Dan Crawford, Author

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Coping With Conflict (ebook)

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“Spiritual conflict! You have likely thought about this subject in terms of something that happens elsewhere – such as on the front lines of missionary service. After all, isn’t the heat of the battle always on the front lines? The very fact that you have picked up this book indicates that, at least to some extent, the front lines have reached your front door. Conflict is no longer something for other people in other places. It is here and now, up close and personal, and at just the time when you were trying so hard to grow in your discipleship. How do you know when you are growing in discipleship? Measurement is not just in the number of hours spent in Bible study, the disciplines involved in your prayer life, the amount of money given to spiritual causes, the miles of missionary journeys you have traveled, or the number of persons to whom you have witnessed, but it is often in the way you respond to conflict. Just as true metal is tested in the fire, so the believer is tested in the conflicts encountered. Many a believer, successful in the eyes of the world, has failed in the face of conflict and thus negated much of the ministry entrusted to him or her. Conflict that could have propelled them toward God instead drove them away from God. Realizing that the only hope we have at successfully coping with conflict comes from the power and wisdom of God, we nevertheless must find creative ways to cope personally with our conflicts. The purpose of this book is to identify potential areas of conflict and then offer Bible-based assistance for resolving conflict with the assistance of divinely offered power and wisdom. So if the front lines have reached your front door and coping with conflict is a reality in your life as a disciple of Jesus Christ, you’ve picked up the right book. Read on.”

Dr. Dan Crawford, Author

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Church Growth Words From The Risen Lord (ebook)

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“In Church Growth Words from the Risen Lord, Dr. Crawford clearly presents a sane balance between the divine and the human in church growth. He sees church growth as beginning with God. Some books on church growth so magnify the human aspects that the divine aspect is almost totally forgotten. The divine and the human are seen in very balanced proportion in this book.
Dr. Crawford gives great evidence of extensive knowledge of this field. He obviously knows what is going on, particularly in churches of the Southern Baptist Convention. This book contains a realistic appraisal of what Southern Baptist churches are doing in evangelism in the late decades of the twentieth century.”

Roy J. Fish
Professor of Evangelism Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Fort Worth, Texas

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Families Reaching Families (ebook)

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“This book will attempt to identify some of the people in our neighborhoods, propose a biblical base for reaching these persons, answer some questions related to principles of outreach to various neighbors, share some illustrations that reflect effective methods, and offer discussion guides for small group and family discussions in the home (or elsewhere).”

Dr. Dan Crawford, Author

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