Back to the Garden: Discovering the Kingdom of God

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 164 pages
Are you tired of 'church as usual?' Do you believe that there is more to God than what you've been taught in most churches? Do you believe that there is more to 'Christian life' than what we are living? In Back to the Garden, you will discover that Jesus wants to be a part of everything you do. You can do what He did, have what He had, and be like He was! Think about it: wouldn't it be great to walk in the authority that Jesus had when He walked on earth. This book is THE discipleship training manual that ALL believers should have in their library, car, purse, and office. It is your guide to understanding your identity, value, and purpose in the Kingdom of God. The best part is that once you understand these things, it is your 'how-to' guide to living as a Christian. Most Christians receive salvation and wonder, 'what's next?' This book illustrates the Kingdom of God as it was designed to be when the Garden of Eden was created. It is time that we GET OFF OF OUR PEWS, and be REAL Christians! Jesus promised you abundant life. He's waiting to show it to you. . . Get ready -- you are about to be amazed at what you've been missing!

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Melissa has been teaching and training disciples for 24 years. She is the president of Faith Alive Ministries, And The founder of the Disciple House on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She is also founder and administrator of the R.S.V.P. summer discipleship camp for preteens. She and her husband Bobby reside in Gulfport, MS, with their two younger sons, Robert and Wesley. Their oldest son Austin is married to Sarah and they have two children Keller and Summer.

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