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  • Hearing God Through The Year


    A Guide for Drawing Close to God

    Being close to God means communicating with him. It requires both telling him what is on our hearts in prayer and understanding what he is saying to us. The second half of this conversation is so important-and so difficult. How do we hear God?

    In these daily devotionals, Dallas Willard helps us understand how we can know the voice of God and act on it. Each day you’ll read Scripture on this topic and find suggestions for prayer, journaling, and reflection to become more open to God’s presence. You may be surprised-and even transformed-by what you discover.

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  • Hearing God Bible Study


    How can we hear and understand God’s voice?

    For over thirty years, Dallas Willard’s Hearing God has helped thousands of readers learn to develop a conversational relationship with God. Now Hearing God Bible Study guides you deeper into biblical texts and themes that are woven throughout Willard’s beloved book. With these six easy-to-use studies, written by longtime spiritual formation author Jan Johnson, you will encounter what Scripture says about listening to God and what it means for you today. As companions to the IVP Signature Collection, IVP Signature Bible Studies help individuals and groups explore and apply biblical truths found in classic books. Each session features quotations from Hearing God matched with Scripture passages, reflection questions, and application ideas that will equip readers to connect the text to their own lives. A leader’s guide is also included.

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  • Life Without Lack


    From beloved teacher and bestselling author Dallas Willard, an exploration of Psalm 23 and the secret of living a life of contentment, peace, and security. Now in trade paper.

    Psalm 23 begins with an astounding assertion: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” This describes the life that we all desire, one where we lack nothing. But how do we get there? How do we live so that we not only do “not want” but “fear no evil?”

    In this revelatory and profoundly pastoral new book, the late Dallas Willard shows us how by unpacking the 23rd Psalm to reveal what the apostle Paul and the psalmist before him knew: the secret of being content in any and every situation.

    Life Without Lack introduces readers to God in a new way, demonstrating how to enjoy his presence as never before and how to be utterly caught up in his abundant generosity. The more we practice living in that presence, the more we experience the kind of peace, patience, kindness, and freedom from worry that is promised in the psalm. Based on a series of talks by the late author and edited by his friend and colleague, Larry Burtoft, and by his daughter, Rebecca Willard Heatley, Life Without Lack will forever change the way you understand and apply the most well-known passage in all of Scripture.

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  • Living In Christs Presence


    Preface – Gary Moon
    1. How To Live Well: Eternal Life Begins Now – Dallas Willard Conversation: Dallas Willard And John Ortberg
    2. Who Are The Experts On Life Transformation? – John Ortberg Questions And Answers With John Ortberg
    3. How To Step Into The Kingdom And Live There – Dallas Willard Conversation: Dallas Willard And John Ortberg
    4. Experiential Knowledge Of The Trinity – John Ortberg Conversation: Dallas Willard And John Ortberg
    5. Understanding The Person: Including The Invisible Parts – Dallas Willard Conversation: Dallas Willard And John Ortberg
    6. The Importance Of Christian Disciplines – John Ortberg Conversation: Dallas Willard And John Ortberg
    7. Blessing – Dallas Willard
    Appendix: Discussion Guide

    Additional Info
    Logos Bookstores’ 2014 Best Book in Spirituality 2014 Readers’ Choice Award Winner 2014 Leadership Journal Best Books for Church Leaders (The Leader’s Inner Life) A Special Award of Merit, from Byron Borger, Hearts and Minds Bookstore In these pages Dallas Willard explores what it means to live well now in light of God’s kingdom. He reflects on the power of the Trinity in our lives, the meaning of knowledge, the importance of spiritual disciplines and much more. Dallas Willard offers poignant thoughts about what it will be like to transition into the very presence of Christ in heaven. Now in paperback, this book is adapted from the talks given at the February 2013 Dallas Willard Center “Knowing Christ Today” conference in Santa Barbara, California. Each chapter is followed with an illuminating dialogue between Dallas Willard and John Ortberg. The book closes with the theme of offering a blessing to one another. These reflections form an apt conclusion to Dallas Willard’s public ministry. It is a gift of grace. A conversation guide written by Gary W. Moon is included. Also available is the companion Living in Christ’s Presence DVD.

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  • Hearing God Through The Year


    Being close to God means communicating with him?telling him what is on our hearts in prayer and understanding what he is saying to us. The second half of this conversation is so important?and so difficult. How do we hear God? In these daily devotionals Dallas Willard helps us understand how we can know the voice of God and act on it. Each day you’ll read Scripture on this topic and find suggestions for prayer, journaling and reflection to draw you into God’s presence. You may be surprised?and even transformed?by what you discover.

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  • Place For Truth



    1 Is There Life After Truth?
    Richard John Neuhaus
    2 Time For Truth
    Os Guinness
    3 Reason For God: The Exclusivity Of Truth
    Timothy J. Keller

    Faith And Science
    4 The Language Of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence For Belief
    Francis S. Collins
    5 The New Atheists And The Meaning Of Life
    Alister McGrath And David J. Helfand
    6 A Scientist Who Looked And Was Found
    Hugh Ross

    7 The Psychology Of Atheism
    Paul C. Vitz
    8 Nietzsche Versus Jesus Christ
    Dallas Willard

    Meaning And Humanity
    9 Moral Mammals: Does Atheism Or Theism Provide The Best Foundation For Human Worth And Morality?
    Peter Singer And John Hare
    10 Living Machines: Can Robots Become Human?
    Rodney Brooks And Rosalind Picard
    11 The Sense Of An Ending
    Jeremy S. Begbie

    Christian Worldview
    12 Simply Christian
    N. T. Wright

    Social Justice
    13 Why Human Rights Are Impossible Without Religion
    John Warwick Montgomery
    15 Radical Marxist, Radical Womanist, Radical Love: What Mother Teresa Taught Me About Social Justice
    Mary Poplin
    15 The Whole Gospel For The Whole Person
    Ronald J. Sider

    About The Veritas Forum

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    Many today pursue knowledge and even wisdom. But what about truth? In an age that disputes whether truth can be universalized beyond one’s own personal experience, it seems quaint to speak of finding truth. But whether in the ivory towers of the academy or in the midst of our everyday lives, we continue to seek after the true, the beautiful and the good. Since its founding at Harvard in 1992, The Veritas Forum has provided a place for the university world to explore the deepest questions of truth and life. What does it mean to be human? Does history have a purpose? Is life meaningful? Can rational people believe in God? Now gathered in one volume are some of The Veritas Forum’s most notable presentations, with contributions from Francis Collins, Tim Keller, N. T. Wright, Mary Poplin, Ravi Zacharias and more. Volume editor Dallas Willard introduces each presentation, highlighting its significance and putting it in context for us today. Also included are selected question and answer sessions with the speakers from the original forum experiences. Come eavesdrop on some of today’s leading Christian thinkers and their dialogue partners. And consider how truth might find a place in your own life.

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  • Renueva Tu Corazon Se Como Cri – (Spanish)


    How often, when we look around, do we focus on the spiritual immaturity of many believers? This bestseller teaches us how to change our heart so that every aspect of our being is in harmony with the kingdom of God. At the end of every chapter there are questions for personal reflection or group study.

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  • Pastors Guide To Effective Ministry


    12 Chapters

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    Systematic theology. . . Philosophy of religion. . . Old Testament exegesis. Just about every seminary-trained pastor is educated in these areas. But how about nurturing the congregation? Don’t forget administration of the church and pastoral counseling. And on a more personal note, they must keep their family life in shape, care for their own physical and emotional health, manage their finances, and maintain a pure life and witness.

    Larry Burkett, Dallas Willard, William Willimon, and Dale Galloway, along with other well-known church leaders, provide solid advice for the personal and professional development of pastors. This book will be a desktop companion for pastors who are in the trenches and facing the day-to-day challenges of ministry.

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