So You Call Yourself a Man?: by T. D. Jakes
Author: T. D. Jakes
|Power Readings for Ordinary Men with Extraordinary Potential|
God created you to be free, powerful, and filled with purpose.
You can experience deep intimacy with Him. You can become a powerful instrument of His love and reconciliation, both to the church and to a dying world.
We have all doubted God, our worth in His eyes, and our ability to know Him. As T.D. Jakes expounds on the encouraging life stories of men in the Bible, your faith in God, His love and purpose for you will be strengthened and your doubts will be dispelled. You may think yourself an ordinary man, but you have extraordinary potential. Unlock that potential today!
Features: Table of Contents
Physical Info: 0.52" H x 8.42" L x 5.58" W (0.56 lbs) 204 pages
Carton Quantity: 60
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
US SRP: 14.99 US
Pub Date: October 2007
T.D. Jakes, founder and senior pastor of The Potter's House church in Dallas, Texas, is a celebrated speaker and author with many bestselling books to his credit, including Woman, Thou Art Loosed! and So You Call Yourself a Man? His weekly television broadcast is viewed in millions of homes nationwide. Featured on the cover of Time magazine, he is known around the world for his message of the freedom to be found in Christ.
- Religion | Christian Life | Devotional
- Religion | Devotional
- Religion | Christian Life | Men's Issues
Religious Orientation | Christian
Theometrics | Evangelical
Sex & Gender | Masculine
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