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We offer resources designed to equip and empower you for daily living. The digital edition of these books have been created especially for those of you who use smartphones and enjoy reading on the go. Click on the cover image to download your copy.

Seed to the Sower by Rachael Pico

Rachael teaches on the laws of seedtime and harvest. Everything in God's creation works according to the power of the seed. With it, we are empowered to fulfill our mandate to "be fruitful, multiply, and replenish." By changing our perspective and seeing everything in our hands as seed, we bring whatever is within our reach back under the authority of God and make a tool for the growth of the Kingdom. It applies to money, time, goods, and even love. "Once you become a sower, you will look at people as soil. Instead of seeking people for what you can get out of them, you will be looking to people for what you can put into them. And Jesus, our Lord, will provide us with seed."

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In the Name of Jesus by Bryce L. Pico

The Name of Jesus is not simply a tagline we put on the end of our prayers. As believers in Jesus Christ, we live in God’s Kingdom outpost on earth — His Name. In this book, Bryce examines the meaning and power behind the Name, and how we can draw upon it to enter our God-given authority. "Those within the Name of Jesus are free to choose their words and actions. If they let the Spirit lead, they’ll receive wisdom, make good decisions, and prosper. If they choose to follow the same rationale as those outside of Jesus, they open the door physical, mental, emotional, and financial disaster."

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Journey to Hell by Bryce L. Pico

A man once said that Christians do not believe in a literal Hell. It’s something they’ve heard about, but they do not have a full revelation of. If they did, he said, they would grab every single person on the street and tell them about Jesus. It’s important to teach people in the Church about heaven, but preaching about hell has fallen out of favor. Whether we like it or not, the Bible teaches us about the consequences of sin. For example, Romans 6:23 tells us that “the wages of sin is death.” Our choices in this life have an impact on our eternal life. Good or bad, saved or unsaved, we are going to live forever. And our decisions, primarily the one we make about Jesus, will determine where we spend eternity – with God or without.

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