Turning the Tide: Real Hope, Real Change

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Christian Large Print, 2012 - Religion - 414 pages
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A CBA bestselling author, A New York Times Bestselling Author -- There is a wave sweeping our nation with dire consequences that is changing the way we live in America. Dr. Charles Stanley knows that the only way the tide will turn is if we as Christian citizens take action. Insisting that we are not powerless and that we can make a difference, Dr. Stanley encourages readers to get down on their knees to pray, then get up on their feet and become involved. We must take action to turn our country away from what we are allowing it to become. This call to action has never been more needed, and in this inspirational and motivating book, bestselling author Charles Stanley offers practical steps Christians can take to turn the tide. He challenges readers to pray that God will change the direction of our country from one that is blind to the negative impact of socialism to a nation that looks to God for guidance. It's time, Stanley says, that we take responsibility for the direction of our country and become involved both at a civic level and through fervent prayer.

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Dr. Charles F. Stanleyis a"New York Times"bestselling author who has written more than sixty books, with sales of more than ten million copies. He has been senior pastor of the First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia since 1971, and his outreach ministry In Touch reaches more than 2,800 radio and television outlets in more than fifty languages. Dr. Stanley was inducted into the National Religious Broadcaster s (NRB) Hall of Fame in 1988. Dr. Stanley s goal is best represented by In Touch Ministries mission statement: to lead people worldwide into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and to strengthen the local church. This is because, as he says, It is the Word of God and the work of God that changes people s lives.

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