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The Didasko Series
This pack includes all 6 books in the series – normally $24.49!
The Lausanne Movement mobilizes evangelical leaders worldwide to collaborate for world evangelization. The Movement grew out of a congress held in Lausanne, Switzerland (1974), called by Billy Graham. The Lausanne Covenant, which came out of the congress, helped define evangelicalism (see The Lausanne Covenant Study Guide from The Didasko Files below).
John Stott is Honorary Chairman of The Lausanne Movement. Several other prominent authors including John Piper, Ajith Fernando, Vaughan Roberts, Joni Eareckson Tada, Christopher J.H. Wright and Rebecca Manley Pippert are active in The Lausanne Movement.
From 16-25 October 2010 some 4,000 evangelical leaders from 200 countries will gather in Cape Town, South Africa for Cape Town 2010: The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization. Keith & Kristyn will take part in the closing ceremony – and so we would like to recommend the Didasko Series as some great reading.
Included in this pack:
An Authentic Servant: The Marks of a Spiritual LeaderBy Ajith Fernando
In An Authentic Servant Ajith Fernando will challenge your heart with the meaning of true leadership. In the 40 short pages of this Didasko Files Series title, you’ll find profound spiritual wisdom and practical guidance on becoming Christ-like and filled with the strength needed to genuinely lead God’s people.
For the Lord We Love: Your Study Guide to the Lausanne CovenantBy John Stott
The Lausanne Covenant, more than any other document in recent Church history, has served to define the evangelical faith. It is a covenant with one another and with the Lord himself. Each section is followed by a short commentary and finishes with questions for personal use or for groups. A stimulating and refreshing read from the Didasko Files Series.
The Glory of the Cross: The Great Crescendo of the GospelBy James Phillip
The Glory of the Cross by James Philip presents the meaning and depth of Christ’s death on the cross in a clear and well-written format. From the Didasko Files Series and produced in collaboration with the Lausanne Movement and Evangelicals Now, this booklet contains truths of eternal value, useful for outreach and teaching.
More Precious Than Gold: Read The Bible in One or Two YearsBy Robert McCheyne
The McCheyne Bible reading plan starts with the’four great beginnings’ and takes you through a wonderful sweep of Scripture. John Stott has used it for over 50 years, and says “Nothing has helped me more than this to grasp the grand themes of the Bible.” Start at any stage in the year. Advice for new users included in this title which is part of the Didasko Files Series.
The Grace of Giving: 10 Principles of Christian GivingBy John Stott
In this Didasko Files Series booklet John Stott takes you through the Apostle Paul’s teaching on giving. He’ll help you answer questions about when to give, what to give, and in what spirit. These 10 principles of Christian giving offer sound guidelines for you as you make decisions about finances.
Light, Salt, and the World of Business: Why We Must Stand Against CorruptionBy Fred Catherwood
It can be costly to practice Christian standards if the system in which we work has corruption built into it. Fred Catherwood is a realist with a big dream. He writes from deep experience in industry and politics. Honest practice makes for the most profitable business. His suggestion for a way forward merits wide attention. Study Guide included in this Didasko Files Series title.
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