A House United: How Christ-Centered Unity Can End Church Division (Google eBook)

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Chosen Books, Mar 1, 2006 - Religion - 174 pages
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Few works of the enemy are so destructive, so wrenching to the body of Christ as division in a church congregation. The reasons are many and include ambition, bitterness, and jealousy. Once a wedge is driven into the heart of a church, the congregation and pastor are usually destroyed by bitterness, gossip, rebellion and even hatred.

Until now wounded flocks and broken pastors have had little direction for healing. With candor and insight, Francis Frangipane exposes the true force that pits Christians against one another. He explains what to do if caught in a split and offers safeguards against future strife. Here is help for churches to heal the rifts and move forward into Christlikeness once again.
  

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It gives the Godly perspective for a very real issue.It helped me to desire more of God in my life. Read full review

Contents

Anointed for
11
Breaking the Bondage of a Passive
21
This Day We Fight
27
The War Mode
35
Love Motivated Warfare
43
Embracing the Fight of Faith
49
Overcoming Discouragement
55
If We Do Not Lose Heart
65
Fighting for the World around
109
The Real Jesus
111
Will Jesus Find Faith in You?
117
When David Captured Jerusalem
123
Hastened in Its Time
129
And Then the End Shall Come
137
Prophet Priest and King
145
A Generation of Rulers
153

Goliath Had a Brother
71
Fighting for Our Loved Ones
83
Prayer Warriors
91
Dont Give Up
99
When America Blesses God
159
The Lord of Armies
165
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About the author (2006)

Francis Frangipane is the senior minister of River Life Ministries and the author of twelve books, including This Day We Fight! A pastor since 1972, he travels throughout the world ministering to thousands of pastors in hundreds of cities. He and his wife, Denise, have six children and live near Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

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