The Everyday Champions Ultimate Collection

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The Everyday Champions Ultimate


Everyday Champions book 

By: Joe Horn

Did you know YOU have God-given gifts? That you’ve been designed for fellowship with—and service to—the King of Kings?!  Yet perhaps you find yourself bewildered whenever you hear teachings on the “Gifts of the Spirit”? Do you sometimes feel as if those supernatural talents were given to everyone you know, while you, yourself, struggle to identify with any of them? Do you wonder if your work in the Lord's service would be more efficient if you identified with a gift? What God installed in YOU for such a time as this? If so, you're not alone. Joe Ardis Horn was, like many, confused about his role in the Body of Christ for most of his life. From his youngest years, religious people outside his family exposed him to mystifying (and completely false) theologies and church practices, while simultaneously expecting him to live up to an ever-changing list of behavioral standards that differed from one church leader to another. His understanding of—and relationship with—the Lord was born from these perplexing years, and ruthless bullying in school exacerbated his search to find his place in the Kingdom of God. The perpetual hard knocks left him drifting like a leaf in life’s windstorm: destination unknown. Yet from the ashes of this turmoil arose the unexpected heroes, the champions, the few people whose seemingly minuscule investments into Joe’s life revealed the rock-solid Kingdom call upon him from birth…as well as a sudden, intense, God-given message for every Christ-follower: The Holy-Spirit-given gifts you seek might not be what you think they are.

Everyday Champions 4 Part Television Series DVD

Everyday Champions 4 week skywatch television series on DVD! Including interviews with Allie Anderson on her new book unscrambling the millennial paradox, and commentaries from myself, Dr. Thomas Horn, Derek Gilbert and Donna Howell!

Unscrambling the Millennial Paradox Book

By: Allie Henson 

Millennials. It seems the very mention of the word draws equally passionate and polarized responses from society members of all ages. With labels such as The Unreachable Generation, The Me Me Me Generation, and The Worst Generation, it is no wonder that our young people are the most notorious this world has ever seen. But beneath the surface, crises linger which drive an individual to wonder what is really going on within the minds of our youth. Suicide rates among this age group have escalated to an all-time high, while drug and alcohol abuse-related conditions have become top reported killers. Simultaneously, this populace is leaving the church by the scores, while such religions as New Age, Wicca, and Muslimism continue to gain momentum.

Are Millennials really the narcissistic, self-centered, entitled, and lazy collective that they are accused of being, or is there a deeper problem lurking which creates division between this generation and those previous? Are young people of today truly the worst the world has ever seen, or has our modern church missed the opportunity to reach the most cause oriented, activist generation in the history of the world? Furthermore, if the Church were to combine efforts with this powerful, zealous populace, could this usher in the next Great Awakening? 

Unscrambling the Millennial Paradox 13-week Teachers Guide

Unscrambling the Millennial Paradox 13-Week teachers Guide” PDF on Disc, perfect for small group discussion, church curricular use, teaching or preaching series, personal use or education!

Strong's Systematic Theology 3 Volume Set

In the late 1800s, the president of Rochester Theological Seminary toiled away ceaselessly to complete a very important project. His intent was to provide his students and colleagues with comprehensive tools to “rightly divide the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15)…

 But the finished work that materialized from his devoted study would go on to change the scholarly world forever.

 By 1907, Augustus Hopkins Strong—the same man who compiled the famously celebrated Strong’s Concordance (1890), an obvious must-have for any serious student of the Bible—emerged with a new, magnum opus masterpiece: Systematic Theology.

 As the title reveals, its approach to developing a healthy understanding of foundational Christian doctrine requires placing scattered scriptural references on any one theological subject together in a single parent category, reflecting upon the original author’s words in context to surrounding Scripture, and then thoroughly studying what those verses all have to say about a theological topic when combined. This practice of organizing biblical truths into categorical systems makes it impossible to casually and haphazardly take a verse out of context—or to personally approach God with a weak, flimsy expectation of His order, design, and character—which is why researchers, students, scholars, and lay believers all over the world have relied heavily upon Strong’s work since the day it went to print.


Strong’s Systematic Theology is so exhaustive and thorough that, from the beginning, it required being subdivided into three major volumes: The Doctrine of God, The Doctrine of Man, and The Doctrine of Salvation.