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Free Christian Growth Resources to Strengthen Your Faith and Fulfill Your Purpose​

This website provides free evangelism resources, free Christian discipleship resources, and free Christian leadership resources. You may reproduce them but not sell them.

 

What People Say

  • I can honestly say that I have not known a more genuine person. Jack has been my teacher, friend, and pastor. His teaching and example have had such a positive impact on me. He taught me to look for observations (just the facts) and applications (how do I apply this in my life today?) when studying the Bible. His gentle, truthful approach is so precious. His resources are absolutely like finding gold. --Lori K.

  • I've wanted to connect with you for some time. The book you wrote about NCD [Becoming an Enthusiastic Church] is in a word--incredibly insightful! (I know, that's two words). Your book bridges the gap between NCD theory and application. What a resource! --Pastor Brian O. ​

  • Pastor Jack Selcher’s "Becoming an Enthusiastic Church" is a wonderful tool for the pastor or church leadership either struggling to restore a lost enthusiasm that once existed in their church or trying to maintain a level of enthusiasm that makes a church exciting. --Pastor Steve S., Director of the Western Region Churches of God, General Conference

  • This book [His Power for Your Weakness] has all the elements to advance the believer in discipleship. It is far more than a devotional. While many seek daily bread, this is meat and potatoes. I look forward to being able to share it with those who serve the Church. --Pastor Doug N.

Move beyond the facts of the faith.

Lean your whole weight on God's provision for you.

Take an 18-statement survey to discover them. Find out what to work on to improve your spiritual health.

Use a simple presentation. Share two things to know and two things to do to know God personally.

Explore 31 core topics to grow up in your faith. For each issue, you will develop an action plan.

Learn eight foundational building blocks. They include assurance of salvation, daily time with God, church attendance, Jesus' leadership, obedience, Bible reading, prayer pointers, and forgiveness.

Do 260 "meat and potatoes" devotionals. Read through the New Testament. Learn how to live a Christ-centered life. 

Learn how to prevent spiritual burnout. Apply these strategies to avoid becoming Christian service roadkill. 

Conflict is inevitable in human relationships. Employ practical strategies to find peace. 

Discover how churches can become healthier and more enthusiastic. Learn the eight characteristics of healthy churches. 

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