When Do I Cry Wolf?

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Xulon Press, 2009 - Religion - 120 pages
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Many churches have found themselves on the brink of a great breakthrough for God only to have everything torn apart and victory snatched away. Doubts and questions may plague church leaders' minds concerning what happened to their church. The answer may be that the church has been ravaged by a wolf. Just what is a wolf in the church? How can a wolf in sheep's clothing be identified? How is a leader to deal with a wolf? Tackling these questions in a straightforward manner, When Do I Cry Wolf? is a book designed to uncover the deception and work of the enemy within the church. It gives valuable tools and insights for dealing with this problem without creating an air of paranoia and confusion. Sound scriptural advice and encouragement give much needed answers that will aid those called to guard God's "sheep." Steven began his service to the Lord by being faithful in his local church. He became leader of a successful youth group, served a term as deacon, and lead the singing for the local church. Throughout his years of ministry, he once sang front music for J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet in Denver, CO. He has appeared with Warren Black for the 700 Club and has also made a live appearance on TBN in Santa Ana, CA with Dwight Thompson. But most of his ministry has been spent traveling to minister in local churches. Steven's experience dealing with troubled churches over the years has given him a wealth of wisdom. Recently God has called him to compile some of this wisdom into a book. When Do I Cry Wolf? is a valuable tool in identifying and uncovering the deceptive work of the enemy within the church.
 

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Contents

FORWARD by Bil Cornelius
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CHAPTER THREE The Wolfs Hunting Strategy
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CHAPTER SEVEN The Wolf in Sheeps Clothing
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CHAPTER ELEVEN The Danger of Voting
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CHAPTER FOURTEEN The Female Wolf
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CHAPTER FIFTEEN The Wolves Want your Vineyard
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