The Power to Be Free
Are you looking for the Power to live out the Purpose you've found for your life?In recent years, millions of Christians have embarked on their own personal quest to find their purpose in life, but they struggle to maintain the...
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Are you looking for the Power to live out the Purpose you've found for your life?In recent years, millions of Christians have embarked on their own personal quest to find their purpose in life, but they struggle to maintain the passion and discipline it takes to live everyday with that purpose. They seek to enter into a close personal relationship with God and to satisfy the deepest longing of their heart by experiencing more of who He is.In his new book, The Power to Be Free, Frank Moore leads you on a 40-day quest of discovery and adventure toward finding God and entering into a close, personal relationship with Him. Throughout the journey you will begin to know God better, to understand Him more fully, and to ultimately find the source of power that energizes us to live out the purpose of God in our lives.The discoveries you make on this quest will change your life forever!There are many ways to think and talk about holiness. In this book, Dr. Frank Moore weaves a picture of love, purity, power, and character. He will lead you to embrace a life that respects the wonder of the Holy Spirit and challenges you to respond in obedience to God's call to be holy.-Dr. Ron Benefiel, President, Nazarene Theological SeminaryBecause he has seen the transforming power of God at work in soul-hungry believers, Dr. Moore gives you The Power to Be Free to liberate your minds and hearts from the chains of nominal religion.-Dr. David Felter, General Editor, International Church of the NazareneThe Quest Campaign Kit for Churches
Dr. Frank Moore is chairperson of the Division of Religion and Philosophy at MidAmerica Nazarene Unveristy. He holds master's degrees from Vanderbilt University and Nazarene Thelolgical Seminary, and received his Ph.D. at Vanderbilt Unviersity.