Nov. 10, 2006 – SPOKANE, WA – (November 11, 2006) – Olive Tree Bible Software, in conjunction with Multnomah Publishers, has recently released three new eBook titles by Andy Stanley: AM I GOOD ENOUGH?, THE NEXT GENERATION LEADER, and SEVEN PRACTICES OF EFFECTIVE MINISTRY. You can now enrich your PDA library for Palm, Pocket PC, or Symbian UIQ, with one or all of these new Christian eBooks.
In AM I GOOD ENOUGH? Stanley points out that many people believe, incorrectly, that their ticket to heaven is to be a “good person.” People from almost every nation on earth bank their eternal future on this “good people go” theory that doesn’t hold up under even the slightest scrutiny. This eBook reveals a different way, one which depends not on “goodness” but on Christ. Stanley calls it a universal theory that surpasses “fairness” and is over 2000 years old. The good news of the gospel is presented here in a format that is both beneficial to Christians and understandable to non-Christians.
THE NEXT GENERATION LEADER is filled with practical strategies and advice about leadership. Aimed at pastors and Christian leaders, the purpose of this eBook is to provide readers with the tools to lead in their church, organization, or business.
SEVEN PRACTICES OF EFFECTIVE MINISTRY is an insightful eBook that speaks to every church leader who yearns for a simpler, more effective approach to ministry. Beginning with an engaging parable about an overwhelmed pastor, and continuing with an overview and discussion of seven successful team practices, which are developed and applied in a ministry setting, the eBook presents clear, easy, and strategic practices which can benefit any ministry.
Andy Stanley pastors North Point Community Church (median age about 30) in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. He is a best-selling author (LIKE A ROCK), and has based a significant portion of his ministry on mentoring leaders.
About Olive Tree Bible Software
Olive Tree Bible Software provides Bible versions and study tools for Palm OS, Pocket PC, Smartphone and Symbian cell phones, and BlackBerry devices. Web and online Bible search engines are also available. The BibleReader™ application enables users to read Bibles and other resources, quickly navigate to new references, search documents, bookmark passages, create personalized notes, and much more. The company publishes over 100 electronic translations of the Bible, as well as commentaries, dictionaries, and Christian eBooks. The Bible is offered in many languages, including English, German, French, Spanish, and Chinese. Original Hebrew and Greek texts with parsing tools are also available. Visit www.OliveTree.com.
About Multnomah Publishers, Inc.
Multnomah Publishers is an imprint of the recently formed Water B rook-Multnomah Publishing Group, a publishing division of Random House Inc. Multnomah produces over 100 new releases a year and carries more than 600 nonfiction and fiction backlist titles. They are the publisher of the multi-million seller and New York Times #1 best seller; The Prayer of Jabez by Bruce Wilkinson. They also publish authors Andy Stanley, John Piper, Shaunti Feldhahn, Sheri Rose Shepherd, and others. Multnomah has built strong loyalty on the pledge: “Keeping your trust … one book at a time.” Visit www.mpbooks.com.
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