Character: Reclaiming Six Endangered Qualities

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Zondervan, Aug 1, 1997 - Religion - 80 pages
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There are no discount character stores.Courage. Discipline. Confidence. Patience. Endurance. Contentment. They’re qualities that can take a lifetime to acquire. Qualities money can’t buy. But here’s good news: God says you can have them all!In Character, you will discover how firmly God is committed to forming noble qualities within you. He wants your character to deepen even more than you do--and He has the power to do something about it! If you’re ready to journey toward the kind of character you’ve always admired, here is a path of radical, God-empowered change and growth--and a transformed, more Christ-like you.Interactions--a powerful, challenging tool for building deep relationships between you and your group member, and you and God. Interaction is far more than another group Bible study. It’s a cutting-edge series designed to help small group participants develop into fully devoted followers of Christ.

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Review: Character: Reclaiming Six Endangered Qualities, InterActions Series

User Review  - Peggy Schaeffer -

We are using this book in our women's study at our church and we really love it. It is a simple format, but straight to the point and very challenging. I highly recommend it for spiritual growth. Read full review

Great character evaluation

User Review  - Kevin Austin -

We have done several studies by Bill Hybels and this may be the best one yet. It really makes you think and evaluate where you are. Read full review


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Bill Hybels was born in 1951 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He received hs BA degree in Biblical Studies from Trinity International University near Chicago. He also has an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Bill Hybels is the senior pastor at Willow Creek Community Church in the Chicago suburb of South Barrington, Ill. Hybels founded the church after surveying the community and designing Sunday morning services for non-believers, with services for believers held on another day. He is the creator of the Global Leadership Summit. His book, Rediscovering Church: The Story and Vision of Willow Creek, written with his wife Lynne, outlines the successful formula he used. His other books include Honest to God: Becoming an Authentic Christian; The God You're Looking For; Too Busy Not to Pray: Slowing Down to be With God; Making Life Work and Power of a Whisper.

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