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LAKE MARY, FL— The altars in our churches have become the steps by which man ascends the platform rather than the place to be transformed and renewed by God. But authors Pat and Karen Schatzline prophesy that 2017 will bring about revival. In their coauthored book, Rebuilding the Altar, they give the ultimate altar call to those who seek a closer walk with God.

The Schatzlines say that many people go to church, listen to sermons, and read their Bibles but still feel distant from God. This book confronts how churches have compromised truth for comfort, calling for spiritual revival whether it is at the altar or in a living room.

“We must resist the seduction of man’s Christianity which so often causes us to abandon our confidence in the risen Savior and exchange it for a manufactured hope produced by a fallen man,” the Schatzlines write.

Bolstered with personal experiences as well as stories from recent church history, Rebuilding the Altar reveals how spiritual passivity has become the norm in church services as fewer and fewer altar calls are being made. The authors challenge the godliness of churches that focus on having the “relevant factor” or catchy and visual messages, full offering plates, and unconfrontational, hyper-grace sermons.

“We have found ourselves living in a day when Christians are told to be quiet lest we offend someone and where ‘secular Christianity’ is the new norm,” they added. “We must determine that crying out for revival matters more than the retribution of the religiously satisfied and those who represent the church’s lost holiness.”

This book emphasizes the importance of leaders who are willing to lay down their church’s reputation for a movement centered on repentance and holiness. The altar call is not only for those who have yet to be saved, but also for believers who are eager to take up their cross and awaken the church to its brokenness and need for God’s grace.

Rebuilding the Altar shows how to truly encounter God so that His light and power will flow into homes, churches, and the nation. The Schatzlines teach readers how to reset their spiritual lives and experience personal awakening that brings lasting transformation.

Ward Simpson, the CEO of God TV, says, “Rebuilding the Altar is a fresh call to personal intimacy with the Lord. I have found in my own life that there is a constant need to keep altering my walk with God. Many Christians today have settled for less in their walk with God. They swim in a small pond when the ocean is around the corner.…Pat and Karen say it this way: ‘The key to being altered is the altar.’ I pray and believe that this book will lead you into a fresh and intimate relationship with our master, Jesus Christ.”

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LAKE MARY, FL—After sharing her artwork and journaling tips via YouTube videos, social media, and sold-out workshops, Bible journaling pioneer Valerie Wieners teaches the craft of creative lettering in a practical and interactive book, The Art of Words (August 1, 2017).

The Art of Words walks readers through steps to create various styles of lettering by hand for journaling and art projects. The book starts by recommending supplies and explaining how to form various types of letters and contains free pages where readers can practice their techniques. Then readers can experiment and develop their own style.

“My goal through art is and has been to encourage everyone to see the beauty in everything and inspire creativity!” Wieners says. “Everyone has a different gift, and I love sharing mine with you in hopes that I would point everyone back to Jesus, the greatest artist of all!”

Wieners’s creative lettering can be found on calendars, clothing, magnets, and even in the margins of her personal Bible.

“I’m a very visual person, so when I am trying to memorize something, I design it (write it pretty) because I will remember that image in my head,” Wieners says.

Growing up, Wieners used art as an escape from the chaos of her life. In her later years she battled low self-esteem, eating disorders, and addiction, but learning about Jesus led to her transformation. Now she devotes her life to God and gets inspiration from the Creator.

“I’ve always had art as something to help me relax and find peace and stability. If you ever feel overwhelmed, grab a pencil and doodle for ten minutes, and I bet you will feel better,” Wieners says.

Wieners is an artist who offers many different products, such as notepads, sweatshirts, stamp sets, and Bible journaling scrap packs, intended to inspire creativity in others. She offers Bible journaling video tutorials and even hosts workshops at her house in Amarillo, Texas. Wieners is married to her best friend, Brad, and they have one son, Oliver. See valeriewienersart.com for more information.

About Charisma House

Charisma House empowers people through Spirit-inspired resources. It is the leading publisher of diversified Christian resources motivating people to fulfill God’s purpose. For more than twenty-one years Charisma House has published books, including thirteen New York Times best sellers, that challenge, encourage, teach, and equip Christians.

LAKE MARY, FL—The drastic shifts in gender and sexual identity, marriage identity, and even national identity point to one thing: our need for God. In his book Abba (Sept. 5, 2017) Matthew L. Stevenson III calls for readers to seek their identity in God and encounter Him as God the Father.

Stevenson says, “We have taken identity formation into our own hands, and what this theft has accomplished is a vacuum of security and purpose on the earth. God’s creation is desperate for a deeper revelation of God’s identity. We need His identity branded on our hearts to accomplish the kingdom mandate on our lives, individually and collectively as the body of Christ.”

Abba reveals new levels of purpose and deliberate living so that readers can build confidence in their identity in God. Stevenson also discusses how Satan’s distortion of the father role fractures not only personal identity but also a sense of security.

In a culture where the father role, the father commitment, and the father endurance are all under attack, Stevenson urges for a fresh glimpse at who God is as Father and an understanding of how receiving Him in that way can change our lives and our destiny.

“To receive the fullness of this revelation of God’s identity as Father, you are going to have to put down the ideas of the past pains, hurts, rejection, and trauma you may have experienced at the hand of your natural father,” Stevenson says.

Stevenson also breaks down cultural and humanistic definitions of God. He says, “God is so much more than anything we can ever conceptualize.”

Jennifer LeClaire, best-selling author of Jezebel’s Puppets, says, “At a time when the world—and even many in the church—are confused about who they really are, Matthew Stevenson offers compassionate guidance to people who have suffered father hurts, deal with rejection issues, and struggle to truly understand God’s heart in Abba. With keen insight and a relatable style Matthew sets the stage for readers to receive a revelation of God’s love that brings healing to known and hidden wounds in their souls.”

Stevenson is a powerful governmental prophet and an apostolic overseer. He has been in ministry for sixteen years and has served as the senior pastor of All Nations Worship Assembly for twelve years. He holds three academic degrees in the areas of leadership, education, and ministry. He oversees more than sixty ministries through The GATE Network, which is a family of churches and ministries around the world that look to him for supervision, oversight, and apostolic leadership. He is the husband of Dr. Kamilah Stevenson and the father of three.

About Charisma House

Charisma House empowers people through Spirit-inspired resources. It is the leading publisher of diversified Christian resources motivating people to fulfill God’s purpose. For more than twenty-one years Charisma House has published books, including thirteen New York Times best sellers, that challenge, encourage, teach, and equip Christians.

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