As you know, people are at different stages in their journey with Jesus. Some are brand new to the faith while others are further along. For that reason, we have provided a Discipleship Scale in an attempt to indicate the depth of each study. You will find that rating below each study title.
We hope this helps you!
Example of a New Christian: A person who has recently followed Jesus as Lord. This person does not know much about Jesus, the Bible, the Church, personal gifts, etc.
Example of a Mature Christian: A person who knows Jesus, prays regularly, gives of his/her gifts, invests in others, etc.
Crazy Love, by Francis Chan
Crazy Love, by Francis Chan, has been revised and updated, but still reveals to readers that God is calling you to a passionate love relationship with Himself. Because the answer to religious complacency isn't working at a list of do's and don'ts - it's falling in love with God. And once you encounter His love you will never be the same!
The 5 Love Lanuages, by Gary Chapman
Gary Chapman guides couples in identifying, understanding, and speaking their spouse's primary love language — quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical touch. By learning to speak your spouses' language, you will also find practical ways to put your love in action.
You and Me Forever, by Francis Chan & Lisa Chan
Diving into Scripture, Francis and Lisa Chan explore what it means to have a relationship that satisfies the deepest parts of our souls. No matter what stage or season you and your spouse are in, you'll discover the adventure that you were made for.
Generation iY, by Tim Elmore
The 5th Anniversary Edition of Generation iY is one book every parent, educator, coach, and youth worker should read. Over 100,000 adults have benefitted from Tim Elmore’s insights in this landmark book, which has been updated and expanded to include new research, stories, practical solutions, and two bonus chapters to help adults connect with today’s teens and young adults.
Grace-based Parenting, by Dr. Tim Kimmel
Dr. Tim Kimmel explains how fear-based parenting is a guaranteed method to set children up for failure. Learn how to meet your child's three driving inner needs for security, significance and strength with the invaluable gifts of love, purpose and hope.