12 Keys To Spiritual Growth (Paperback)Dirkie Van Der Spuy & Other
Discover the 12 keys to spiritual growth and delve deeper into God’s Word with these 36 studies.
Many believers long for a deeper, more intimate relationship with God and to grow spiritually stronger. Four well-known authors – Dirkie van der Spuy, Stephan Joubert, Johan Smith and Bennie Mostert – have teamed up to teach believers the 12 principles of Scripture that characterize a godly, Spirit-filled life.
12 Keys to Spiritual Growth has been divided into 12 sections, each focusing on one principle from Scripture, namely, spiritual growth, obedience, mercy, prayer, witnessing, and more. The book contains 36 studies, three per section, and is ideal for personal use or for use in small group studies.
Discover the keys to spiritual growth as you delve deeper into God’s Word, bearing lasting fruit for His kingdom.
Also available in Afriaans under the title 12 Sleutels tot geestelike groei
About the Authors
Dirkie van der Spuy is the executive director of the NG Church Moreletapark Association in Pretoria.
Stephan Joubert is a renowned speaker, pastor, leadership consultant and acclaimed author. He is an Extraordinary Professor in Theology at the University of the Free State and a research fellow in Theology at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Johan Smith is an author, preacher and speaker. He recently formed a new non-profit company called VitaAmp (www.vitaamp.org) that focuses on ministering to youth, teachers, principals, ministers, and parents.
Bennie Mostert, Ph.D. is the Managing Director of Jericho Walls International, an interdenominational prayer ministry committed to building a strong, broad based prayer network to support the Church in South Africa and across the world.
ByDirkie Van Der Spuy & Other
Size171 x 245 mm
Number of Pages296 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
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