Calling Christians to Live in Faith Not Fear and to Shine His Light to All
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For Christians, the circumstances of the last two years have had an impact on faith in every aspect.
Worship leader and missionary, Sean Feucht, knows this better than anyone. In his new book, Bold: Moving Forward in Faith, Not Fear,Feucht dives deep into the pandemic’s impact on politics, modern culture, cancel culture, freedom, and faith. Challenged to remain silent amidst a time of wide-spread isolation, Sean continues to stand up for what he believes in, which is spreading the gospel of Jesus. In 2020, the musician started the “Let Us Worship” movement to encourage followers to join for prayer and revival. His book outlines 14 areas of life in which Christians are called to live boldly and supports each one with personal story and scripture.
“It’s time to be confident in our assured salvation.” writes Feucht. “It is time for us to be confident in our growing relationships and love for Jesus. It’s time to find a new boldness in our faith, our prayers, our worship, our missions, our leadership, our love, our justice, our obedience, our gratitude, our identity, our witness, our unity, our legacy, and our hope.”
As Christians were struggling with COVID and isolation, the country witnessed a rise in racial tensions. How believers choose to respond to these tensions and hold to the biblical truth is more important than ever.
Philosopher and apologist Dr. Douglas R. Groothuis explains Marxism’s role in the popularized Critical Race Theory, delves into the topic of systematic racism and more in his new book, Fire in the Streets. Through careful analysis, examination, and application of scripture, Groothuis helps Christians better understand Marxism and how CRT is heavily influenced by communist thought and practices.
“Fire in the Streets explains the refuted ideologies that fueled the violence and inspire some to want to overthrow the American way of life in favor of socialism and statism. My readers will gain a deeper understanding of the genius of The American Experiment and develop a Christian approach to the problems we face,” Groothuis said.
Through careful analysis, examination, and application of scripture, Groothuis helps Christians better understand Marxism and how CRT is heavily influenced by communist thought and practices. Written in a clear, compelling, and applicable way - Fire in the Streetsis made for the common man, the pastor, and the politician.
The national bestselling title in hardcover is now available in paperback. Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe, exposes the demonic ideology behind the social justice movement, illustrating the tenets of it as its own pseudo-religion, complete with cosmology, sins, identifying its priests, canons, and much more. If you have not read this book yet, now is your chance to get it at a lower cost in paperback!