Alan Hoare was the assistant pastor of two Elim Pentecostal churches in North London, and helped to pioneer two more, before becoming pastor of the Elim Pentecostal church in Lincoln for nearly ten years. Following this he joined New Life church in Lincoln, where he pastored a number of linked congregations and later headed up the pastoral and teaching ministry of the church. He went on to become the senior pastor of the New Life church in Boston, before retiring to give himself to more study.
Through 100 daily readings, in-depth study and practical application, Alan Hoare takes us through Paul’s letter to his “favourite church” – the church in Philippi. As he demonstrates how to systematically read and apply scripture, you will find yourself eager to start digging out the incredible riches and treasures found in the Word of God, not only on the surface, but also just underneath.
A DEVOTIONAL DAILY COMMENTARY ON THE LETTER OF JAMES.
Alan Hoare’s infectious enthusiasm for digging deeper into God’s word is evident throughout this powerful 64-day devotional study of the Book of James. As he explains James’ teachings on difficult subjects such as trials and suffering, faith and action, wealth and poverty, anger and jealously, you will find yourself at once both refreshed and challenged in your daily life.
James’ pastoral aim throughout is to develop in the church a faith that endures the journey of life, walking steadily through good times and hard times; a shoe leather faith.
A DEVOTIONAL DAILY COMMENTARY BASED ON THE FIRST PSALM.
This inspiring daily devotional takes the reader through Psalm 1, over 24 days, with in depth revelation and practical application.
“Here is where we cut our teeth in praying, as we take upon our lips the prayers of others. As we make our way through the psalms – praying, singing, weeping – we will become more and more aware of the God who inspired them in the first place. They will bring us to both an intimacy with, and a deep, holy respect for, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.”