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Making Jesus Lord

Loren Cunningham

Laying down rights is a concept foreign to our culture, indeed a concept foreign to the very nature of humankind. We live in a world where the protection and exaltation of individual rights has become an obsession. As Christians we believe that personal rights do hold great value. As a result, we can perform no greater act of faith and worship than to consciously lay down these rights at the feet of the One who has gone before us, Jesus himself! Loren Cunningham details proven steps to a transformed life of freedom, joy, and intimate fellowship with God.

International statesman and conference speaker Loren Cunningham and his wife, Darlene, are the founders of Youth With A Mission. They currently live at the YWAM University of the Nations center in Kona, Hawaii. Loren speaks and teaches internationally. His extensive missionary travels have taken him to every country on earth.

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Right Relationships

Tom Marshall from New Zealand used to teach in YWAM schools, LTSs and conferences in the 1970’s and 80’s.

He had a strong prophetic teaching gift and became a blessing to many. This book, one of his last, reveals the power of relationships expressed by four dynamics: trust, love, respect & honour as well as understanding.

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Reinventing Organisations

Loren Cunningham had a “download from the Lord” in 2010—Circles, Circuits and Cycles.

The circles referred to leading from and with teams. I couldn’t see how that would work locally, though we implemented it above local level. Now I think he was seeing something that was at least a decade away—as he sometimes does.

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The Leadership Secrets of Billy Graham

If you want direct access to the spiritual inheritance of Billy Graham and the modern evangelical movement, The Leadership Secrets of Billy Graham provides key insight, how to build a leadership team and a public ministry in godly manners.

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