Fireproof Your Life: Building a Faith that Survives the Flames

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CLC Publications, Jan 1, 2008 - Religion - 167 pages
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Using illustrations from his own life and from the movie, FIREPROOF, Catt discusses practical issues such as temptation, marriage and finances, helping us build a faith that resists our corrosive culture. Rather than succumb to the pressure of circumstances, we can stand tall and face our challenges in Christ’s power.
 

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Review: Fireproof Your Life: Building a Faith that Survives the Flames

User Review  - Alice Brown - Christianbook.com

This book is a great small group study. The topics are applicable to all walks of life and rather married or single. There is something to be learned for everyone. Read full review

Review: Fireproof Your Life: Building a Faith that Survives the Flames

User Review  - Beth Packard - Christianbook.com

This book really changed my marriage! My husband and I read it together before we started the Fireproof Bible Study at our church and we really felt like this book did a wonderful job of touching all ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Standing in the Fire
13
Fireproof Your Life Right Now
23
Fireproof Your Faith
41
Fireproof Your Heart and Mind
53
Fireproof Your Convictions
69
Fireproof Your DecisionMaking
87
Fireproof Your Marriage
103
Fireproof Your Finances
121
Fireproofing for Times of Conflict Crisis
135
Fireproof Your Life for Eternity
147
Leaving a Legacy
161
Endnotes
165
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Michael Catt has been pastor of Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Georgia since 1989. Michael is the editor of www.2ProphetU.com, a resource website developed with Warren Wiersbe designed to encourage pastors and lay leaders. He is also the founder of ReFRESH (www.ReFRESHConference.org), a conference on revival. Michael recently served as President of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Pastor’s Conference in Indianapolis. He and his wife Terri have two children, Erin and Hayley.

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