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Sam Storms

Lead Pastor, Bridgeway Church, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Sam Storms is the Lead Pastor for Preaching and Vision at Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and the President of Enjoying God Ministries (www.samstorms.com).


Products

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One Thing

One Thing

Developing a Passion for the Beauty of God

~ Sam Storms

The goal of our creation was not simply that we might be happy, but happy in appreciating God's own glory. Not in reviewing our own accomplishments or in the enjoyment of our own sensual appetites. Not in the development of a... read more


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Tough Topics 2

Tough Topics 2

Biblical answers to 25 challenging questions

~ Sam Storms

Countless people are worried, angry, fearful and just plain confused when it comes to some of the more perplexing issues that life poses and the Bible provokes. Tough Topics 2 provides solid and scriptural answers to 25 such... read more


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Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

The Amillennial Alternative

~ Sam Storms

The second coming of Christ is a matter of sharp disagreement amongst Christians. Many hold to premillennialism: that Christ's return will be followed by 1,000 years before the final judgement, a belief popularised in the popular... read more


Endorsements

1.

Living by Revealed Truth

Living by Revealed Truth
This is certainly deserving of the best book of 2013.

 

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A New Inner Relish

A New Inner Relish
"Dane does a marvelous job of demonstrating how the "new sense of the heart," divinely and graciously imparted by God, governs Edwards' understanding of motivation in Christian obedience. I highly recommend Ortlund's clear and insightful study of it"

 

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Finally Alive

Finally Alive
This is the most biblically grounded and theologically solid treatment of the new birth that you'll ever read.

 

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Puritan Portraits

Puritan Portraits
"When I've been asked to recommend a book on the Puritans, J. I. Packer's A Quest for Godliness typically came first to mind. With the release of Puritan Portraits, a fresh and spiritually invigorating survey of several key Puritan pastors and theologians, I can now point to a second volume that is must reading. "Puritan Christianity," says Packer, "was serious business." So, too, must ours be, and there is simply no better tour guide for exploring Puritan faith and spirituality than J. I. Packer. Highly recommended!"

 

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