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ManMade

Manmade

Darren Quinnell, with contributions from Matt Summerfield, Andy Croft, Phil Lund, Carl Beech, Jason Gardner and Gaving Calver. Share Jesus International, 2010.

What does it say on the tin?

In a society where manhood is rarely understood, ManMade is a resource to help teenage boys become young men. Boys rarely mark the transition into manhood, they simply drift into their adult life. ManMade is a resource that unpacks this transition with six core values, based on the life of Jesus.

Six Sessions with more […]

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3.4
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Emotionally healthy spiritually course

The Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course

Peter & Geri Scazzero. Zondervan (August 2014)

What does it say on the tin?

For those desiring to take steps in their Christian life and discipleship, to break free from bondage to the past and experience healing, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality is an eight-session video-based Bible study on the integration of emotional health and contemplative spirituality. Many sincere followers of Christ, followers who are really passionate for God, join […]

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3.4
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Women and Men in Scripture and The Church

Paula Gooder and Steven Croft, Canterbury Press, 2013

What does it say on the tin?

What does it say about the place of women in the Christian faith that, at a time when they had little social status, they were the first witnesses of the resurrection and the first to be commissioned by Jesus to carry the good news? Women went on to exercise a significant ministry in the […]

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4.2
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Men

Nathan Blackaby & Carl Beech, CVM 2016

What does it say on the tin?

Carl Beech and Nathan Blackaby present a feature-packed resource to help churches reach men with the gospel, including lessons learned from around the UK, CVM’s proven strategies and some of the latest research on this critical issue.

Learn more about CVM’s 4-Level evangelism strategy and how it can help you introduce Jesus to the men […]

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3.8
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