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We are in the midst of a great reformation! God has been sovereignly moving to restore the offices of apostle and prophet to us which, according to Ephesians 2:20, are the very foundation of the church. But as those who are called to be God's apostles and prophets in today's church attempt to relate to one another, their efforts are often met with pain, frustration, and misunderstanding. In addition, pastors are also often at a loss for knowing how they should relate to apostles and apostolic teams. In this book, Jim Laffoon takes an honest look at the problems within these relationships and offers sound and practical guidelines for moving beyond the barriers into the fruitful, divine alliance that God needs to build His church and fulfill the Great Commission.

Jim Laffoon

Jim Laffoon serves on both the North American and International Leadership teams of Every Nation Churches. He is also the International Director of the Schools of Empowerment. Jim and his wife Cathy have been happily married for 39 years, and they currently live in Franklin, Tennessee, outside of Nashville. They travel across the United States and around the world, ministering prophetically and pastoring leaders.

Language: English
$14.99

We are in the midst of a great reformation! God has been sovereignly moving to restore the offices of apostle and prophet to As adults, we often get confronted with our own brokenness and how that affects us as we do life in our communities and with the people around us. At times, our own self-awareness will tell us something is off, but for the most part, the health of our relationships will be a strong indicator that we might have unresolved brokenness. As adults, we are expected to take responsibility for fixing what is wrong. The world expects this of us. But what if we don’t understand what is wrong or A biblical understanding of your spiritual gifts, coupled with knowledge of how to activate and utilize them for God's glory and the good of those around you. This book will equip you with a fundamental understanding of the spiritual gifts outlined in 1 Corinthians 12: 1-11 and offers practical instructions for exercising these gifts.

Reggie Roberson

Reggie became a follower of Christ at the age of 15. At that time he also received his call to full-time vocational ministry. Three years later, he started studying at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with majors in Psychology and Political Science. Through the campus ministry chapter at UNC he got connected to King’s Park International Church. After graduating from university, Reggie trained for vocational ministry in a joint program with Fuller Theological Seminary. Over the next 15+ years, he has served as a traveling speaker, trainer, and campus minister. At King’s Park, he has held the positions of Teaching Pastor and Senior Associate Pastor. When asked what motivates him, he says he is passionate about helping people encounter God and equipping them for Christ-centered service. Reggie is married to Pastor Bomi, who is our Women's Director, and they have three children.

Language: English
$20

We are in the midst of a great reformation! God has been sovereignly moving to restore the offices of apostle and prophet to As adults, we often get confronted with our own brokenness and how that affects us as we do life in our communities and with the people around us. At times, our own self-awareness will tell us something is off, but for the most part, the health of our relationships will be a strong indicator that we might have unresolved brokenness. As adults, we are expected to take responsibility for fixing what is wrong. The world expects this of us. But what if we don’t understand what is wrong or broken? This book is an attempt to empower you with language for the difficulties you might be experiencing, and guide you to determine its origin. With understanding, we can create clarity around what we struggle with and so approach God and receive healing. In this book, you will be challenged to start understanding where you come from. When we are honest and specific about our childhood, our parental relationships, and family dynamics, a lot about who we are today will start to become clear. And when you can put language to the pain and pinpoint where the shame lies, you will be able to effectively move towards healing and restoration. Whether your childhood was filled with trauma or void of the love you know you should have received, this book will help you pinpoint the origin of your current difficulties and take you on a journey of healing. God loved you then and He loves you now. Read it prayerfully. Read it together with close friends who can pray with you. Read it with hope.

Trevor Botha

Growing up as a pastor’s kid, Trevor has been in the ministry his whole life. He felt a call towards full-time ministry while a student at the University of Pretoria. After graduating with a degree in Banking, he attended a part-time Bible School and after that, a full-time missions training school.

In 2001, his life took a detour and he landed on the shores of Europe. During the next ten years that followed, he joined Every Nation London and was blessed with a wonderful spiritual family and ministry experience in over fifteen nations.

In 2004 he married Yvette at the foot of the beautiful mountains in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Soon after, they answered the call to plant a church in Belgium. After Micah and Monet were born in England in 2006 and 2008, they moved to the beautiful historical city of Ghent, Belgium where they were blessed with two more boys, Sion (2011) and Luka (2014). The church started off in 2010 in our living room and has grown into a vibrant hub for young people who now call Every Nation Gent their home church.

He loves his job and the opportunities it presents. For him, nothing is more satisfying than to see people meet their Saviour and grow in relationship with God. His biggest joy is to help young people develop their leadership potential.

Life in Europe has been windy, wet, and wonderful. He would not exchange it for anything.

Language: English
$10.03

Have you ever felt on the edge, alone, down and out,
or maybe wondered what in the world God can do with someone like you?

Sometimes you wake up feeling less than great about your life. Or your relationships. Or your job. Or your whatever.

Sometimes you even feel pushed to the side, put on the shelf, overlooked, and not particularly important to, well, anything.

Sometimes, you feel even less important. . .than a side of rice and beans. (You know, kind of like that stuff served on the side that no one really asked for?)

What if you found out you were something more like tableside guacamole—that fancy kind they wheel up to the table and make right on the spot?

What if you were made on purpose,
for a purpose that can release God’s glorious colors and flavors in the world?

You didn’t arrive here by accident, nor have you been served up as an unwanted side dish. The God of creation has created you, and He isn't waiting for you to become some better version of yourself so He can finally love you. . .or use you. . .or delight in you.

Generously seasoned with humor and empathy, with stories of triumph, failure, heartbreak, and redemption, Holy Guacamole will connect your heart to the unchanging truths of God’s Word and the unfailing power of God’s call to live a life full of His love for you and for the world.

God longs to reveal to you all the ways you are His beautiful, flavorful, colorful creation. Let Him show you all the ways you are Holy Guacamole—His masterpiece, His signature offering to a world in need of His love.

Carrie Stephens
Carrie Stephens is a writer, speaker, secret donut hoarder, and mom of four. She loves Jesus and His church more than coffee and good Tex Mex. Her first non-fiction book, Holy Guacamole (Shiloh Run Press), releases in February of 2020. Carrie was also a contributing author in The Christian Mama’s Guide to Having a Baby by Erin Macpherson (Thomas Nelson, 2013). Her essay, Broken Prayers, was included in Kathy Lipp’s book, Praying God's Word Over Your Life (Revell, 2013). Carrie loves communicating through story, humor, empathy, and Christ-centered teaching. She regularly speaks at churches, conferences, women’s retreats, Bible studies, on panels, and in leadership settings.

Carrie and her husband, Morgan, started out as campus missionaries at the University of Texas, and have helped lead Mosaic Church, a richly diverse community of faith in Austin, Texas, since 2010. For more information or to inquire about having Carrie speak at your event, visit carriestephens.net.

Language: English
$15.99

Life and Doctrine is about bridging the gap between the lives we lead and the God we need. Perhaps you're checking out Christianity -- this book is designed to help you take a clear look at the Christian story, and invite you to believe it. Maybe you've followed Christ for a long time—then this book will help you narrow the gap that exists between what you believe with your head and do with you life. Come discover how the truth and grace of the Christian story. Come discover Life and Doctrine.

Adam Mabry

Adam is the Lead Pastor of Aletheia Church in Boston, MA — a growing, diverse church passionately committed to bringing the truth, grace, and the changing power of the Gospel for the glory of God and the good of all people.

Adam is married to the love of his life, Hope, a profoundly gifted musician, photographer, educator, and mother. About 4 months after marriage, they were radically and unexpectedly called into ministry, moving them to Edinburgh, Scotland to help plant two new churches. For five years, they labored alongside a great team, had two more children, and saw God do amazing things. Today there stand two new churches where there were none — a wonderful grace — growing and thriving under great leaders.

In 2010, they planted Aletheia Church in Boston. Fueled with a passion for God’s truth and grace to permeate all areas of society, Aletheia began in their living room, and has not ceased to grow and reach those who were once far from God. Adam now leads a diverse, disciple-making team who lead the church with him.

Completing Master’s Degrees at Reformed Theological Seminary (M.A.) and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Th.M.), and a D.Min from Gordon-Conwell, he will soon complete his Ph.D. at The University of Aberdeen. In demand worldwide as a teacher and preacher, he has also written a few books, such at The Art of Rest: Faith to Hit Pause in a World that Never Stops, and Stop Taking Sides: How Truth in Tension Saves us from Anxiety and Outrage. In 2019, he joined the faculty of Every Nation Seminary as a Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies.

He presently resides in the Boston area with his wife, Hope, and their four children, Alanna, Nora, Cole, and Wyatt.

Language: English
$11.99

Did Jesus Really Exist?

The search for the historical Jesus continues to be headline news. Any speculative theory seems to get instant attention as the debate rages about His real identity and the claims made in His name. Did Jesus really exist? Is there real historical evidence that demonstrates that He lived and actually said and did the things the Gospels record? Is there any validity to the speculative claims that the Jesus story was a myth, borrowed from a variety of pagan cultures of the ancient world?

In this follow-up to the book God’s Not Dead (that inspired the movie), Man, Myth, Messiah looks at the evidence for the historical Jesus and exposes the notions of skeptics that Jesus was a contrived figure of ancient mythology. It also looks at the reliability of the Gospel records as well as the evidence for the resurrection that validates His identity as the promised Messiah. Man, Myth, Messiah released on March 1st, concurrent to the God’s Not Dead movie sequel, which covers the same theme.

Rice Broocks

Dr. Rice Broocks is a cofounder of Every Nation and is a senior minister at Bethel World Outreach Church in Nashville, Tennessee. He also serves on the Every Nation Apostolic Council. He holds a master’s degree in theological studies and a doctorate in missiology, and has authored several books including God’s Not Dead, Man, Myth, Messiah, and The Human Right. With a team of apologists and scientists, he focuses on equipping college students around the world to defend their faith through the God’s Not Dead event series. Dr. Rice and his wife, Jody, are based in Franklin, Tennessee, and have five children.

Language: English
$10.00

High Ceilings details the beneficial freedoms and boundaries that God assigns for women, wives and mothers.

Brett Fuller

Brett Fuller is the founding pastor of Grace Covenant Church, a multi-ethnic, multi-site, multi-generational church in Northern Virginia. He also oversees a church planted from his congregation in downtown Washington, D.C.

Brett also serves on the Apostolic Council and North America Leadership Team of Every Nation, and as chaplain of the Washington Redskins. His experiences of racism growing up in the United States has made him intentional about unifying peoples of diverse backgrounds, bringing them closer to an image of heaven. In 2000, he initiated a bill in Congress to build a memorial honoring the African American slaves that helped build America. Though the bill was never passed, he still hopes to complete the mission.

From 2007–2009, Brett served on President George W. Bush’s Advisory Board for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

He and his wife Cynthia have seven children.

Language: English
$14.99
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Spirit-Empowered Prayer: Partnering with God in Advancing His Kingdom

If you are longing for a deeper and more meaningful prayer life, one that is far more empowered by communion with God and far less dependent upon rules of discipline to sustain your devotion, then this could be the book for you.

In Spirit-Empowered Prayer, Manny Carlos uses examples from the formative years of his spiritual life to make an inescapable point―regimens and resolutions to pray more faithfully, passionately, and effectively are alone insufficient to sustain spiritual disciplines. His initial efforts to follow various formulas of prayer echoed the apostle Paul's frustration in Romans 7―desiring to do one thing but lacking the power to accomplish it apart from the help of the Spirit.

He builds on this theme of spiritual empowerment with a description of Brother Lawrence of the Resurrection, whose rule of discipline was a retreat from the heavy burden of monastic rules to a full-time contemplation of the love of God and a radically simplified approach to spiritual disciplines.

Communion with God and the empowering presence of the Holy Spirit is the key―the only key―to genuine spiritual transformation. Spirit-Empowered Prayer serves as a practical guide to becoming a disciple fully engaged in Spirit-led prayer life.

Manny Carlos

Manny Carlos serves as a bishop and the Chairman of Victory, Dean of Spiritual Life for Every Nation Seminary, and has been a pastor for over thirty years. He holds a doctor of ministry in Preaching and Leading from Asbury Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Mini, have four adult children, Jeremy, Daniel, Hannah, and Samuel.

Walter Walker

Walter Walker refers to himself as a “former campus minister, amateur theologian, and professional storyteller.” He has collaborated on numerous books on ministry and missions, including six for Every Nation Churches & Ministries. Walter lives with his wife, Linda, in Franklin, Tennessee.

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Language: English
$11.50

Imagine if every believer, not just leaders, was actively engaged in your ministry. That’s the Book of Acts. That’s a WikiChurch.

Engage,
Empower,
. . . and Go Viral!
 
Jesus told his followers that he would build his church, and then he told them to go and make disciples. It’s that simple. We make disciples, and he builds the church.

But today we often get this exactly backward. We work hard to build our churches with programs and promotions while continuing to neglect the essential practice of discipleship. And we wonder why we struggle. In WikiChurch, Steve Murrell shows you how anyone can make disciples through the simple process of . . .
 
·        Engaging culture and community
·        Establishing spiritual foundations
·        Equipping believers to minister
·        Empowering disciples to make disciples
 
Imagine if every believer, not just leaders, was actively engaged in your ministry. That’s the Book of Acts. That’s a WikiChurch.

Steve’s story is a remarkable one. He challenges me to take risks, to focus on discipleship, and to give God his due glory. I am glad to call him a friend.

Dr. Ed Stetzer
Billy Graham Distinguished Chair and Professor, Wheaton College

Reading Steve Murrell’s book on discipleship makes me wish I was young again and had been taught these principles and practices. May the Lord richly bless this book to challenge today’s church generation to rise and fulfill the Lord’s original call!

Kevin J. Conner
Author of The Foundation of Christian Doctrine

Steve Murrell is an inspiration. His message is clear. His faith is authentic, and his thinking, strategic. God is using him to inspire the church to embrace the adventure of making a difference—by making disciples. The principles he lives by are both uncomplicated and life giving—but the challenge he brings is one that can’t be ignored.

Wayne Alcorn
Senior Pastor, Hope Centre

Steve Murrell

Steve Murrell is the cofounder and president of Every Nation, a global family of churches with ministry work in eighty nations. He is the founding pastor of Victory in Manila, Philippines, and has authored several books including The Multiplication Challenge and WikiChurch, and is a coauthor of The Purple Book. Steve holds a doctor of ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary and is dedicated to developing leaders. He and his wife, Deborah, have three sons and seven grandchildren and split their time between Nashville and Manila.

Language: English
$44.95

Day by day this devotional will take you through the lives of some of the most prominent characters in Scripture with the intent of revealing how they navigated through the pitfalls inherent within relationships. It will also cover how they related to some of life's most difficult challenges. The lessons learned through their experience will help everyone discover the relationships we cannot afford to lose as well as help unearth the kind of people we need to become in order to preserve them.

Brett Fuller

Brett Fuller is the founding pastor of Grace Covenant Church, a multi-ethnic, multi-site, multi-generational church in Northern Virginia. He also oversees a church planted from his congregation in downtown Washington, D.C. Brett also serves on the Apostolic Council and North America Leadership Team of Every Nation, and as chaplain of the Washington Redskins. His experiences of racism growing up in the United States has made him intentional about unifying peoples of diverse backgrounds, bringing them closer to an image of heaven. In 2000, he initiated a bill in Congress to build a memorial honoring the African American slaves that helped build America. Though the bill was never passed, he still hopes to complete the mission. From 2007–2009, Brett served on President George W. Bush’s Advisory Board for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He and his wife Cynthia have seven children.

Language: English
$14.99

Writing as an experienced ultramarathoner, the Running Pastor chronicles his journey of faith and shares a unique perspective on the author of Hebrews’ exhortation to a group of weary and frightened first-century Christians—to run with endurance the race set before them.

In September 2015, in an extraordinary effort called RUN50, Ferdie Cabiling set out on a 2,180 km run across the Philippines. He ran 50 km every day for almost 50 days, celebrating his 50th birthday along the way, to raise PHP 2,885,482 (over $55,500 USD) for scholars of the Real LIFE Foundation. Ferdie ran from the southernmost tip of the Philippines in Maasim, Sarangani, to the northernmost part in Aparri, Cagayan, praying with government officials and preaching in churches on Sundays.

Writing as an experienced ultramarathoner, the Running Pastor chronicles his journey of faith and shares a unique perspective on the author of Hebrews’ exhortation to a group of weary and frightened first-century Christians—to run with endurance the race set before them.

Ferdie Cabiling is a true hero. His courageous life is an inspiration to me and thousands more. Dare to follow his incredible journey through the pages of this book—you will be compelled to action. He demonstrates that the gospel is the cure for injustice and evil and should be heard by everyone everywhere.

Dr. Rice Broocks
Cofounder, Every Nation

Most adventure books inspire through the heroics of human self-preservation. Run inspires us with something deeper, more purposeful, and more long-lasting—heroics for the sake of others. The Running Pastor does not flinch in showing his weakness, pain, passion, or humanity while asking us, “Who are you a champion for?” Run is a page-turning energy drink for the soul.

Dr. Dave Ward
Professor of Homiletics, Indiana Wesleyan University

Ferdie Cabiling inspires me. In his run across the Philippines, in his pursuit of a life of purpose, he stirs us and then he coaches us to our best. I am changed by how he lives and what he writes. You will be too.

Stephen Mansfield
Best-Selling Author and Speaker

Ferdie Cabiling

Ferdie Cabiling is a pastor and the director of Victory in Metro Manila. He is also an avid ultramarathoner, having completed four marathons and ten ultramarathons as of writing Run. Ferdie and his wife, Judy, have two children, Elizabeth and John Philip, and live in Manila, Philippines.

Walter Walker

Walter Walker refers to himself as a “former campus minister, amateur theologian, and professional storyteller.” He has collaborated on numerous books on ministry and missions, including six for Every Nation Churches & Ministries. Walter lives with his wife, Linda, in Franklin, Tennessee.

Language: English
$9.99

Dreaming In Black And White addresses and poses solutions to the ethnic tension that exist in America. Pastor Fuller's personal story, along with a sketch of American history combine for a unique perspective on how to bring resolution to a four hundred year ethnic divide.

Brett Fuller

Brett Fuller is the founding pastor of Grace Covenant Church, a multi-ethnic, multi-site, multi-generational church in Northern Virginia. He also oversees a church planted from his congregation in downtown Washington, D.C.

Brett also serves on the Apostolic Council and North America Leadership Team of Every Nation, and as chaplain of the Washington Redskins. His experiences of racism growing up in the United States has made him intentional about unifying peoples of diverse backgrounds, bringing them closer to an image of heaven. In 2000, he initiated a bill in Congress to build a memorial honoring the African American slaves that helped build America. Though the bill was never passed, he still hopes to complete the mission.

From 2007–2009, Brett served on President George W. Bush’s Advisory Board for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

He and his wife Cynthia have seven children.

Language: English