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Equipping the church to reach the world through cultural engagement, spiritual renewal and practical discipleship is an ever-changing target. Jim Denison, noted pastor, professor, author and speaker on these topics and more offers insight through conferences, seminars, Internet materials and publications.

Dr. Jim Denison is the recently-named theologian-in-residence for the Baptist General Convention of Texas. He is also the founding president of the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture, whose mission is to equip the church to reach the world through cultural engagement, spiritual renewal, and practical discipleship. He brings his experience as a pastor, professor, author, and speaker to these newest roles. He will be providing Texas Baptists with theological resources through conferences, seminars, Internet materials, and publications.

Dr. Denison writes a daily email devotional, Cultural Commentary: today’s news in spiritual perspective, which is available free of charge by subscribing at www.denisonforum.org.

Why Pray?

How many times have you been asked this question? How have you responded? We are pleased to introduce a new prayer resource titled “The Fifth Great Awakening. Experience Pentecost Today.” An excellent tool for Bible study classes or evening worship services, this seven-week series helps answer questions about prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit. Ideal to use between Easter and Pentecost, this series has been designed to assist pastors and Bible study teachers by providing a weekly lesson plan accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation.

Topics:

What is the Holy Spirit doing in the world today?
PDFPPT (7MB)

What is Pentecost? Why does it matter today?
PDFPPT (3MB)

Why pray to an all-knowing God?
PDFPPT (2.4MB)

Why pray to an all-loving God?
PDFPPT (2.3MB)

Why pray to an all-powerful God?
PDFPPT (2.8 MB)

How to experience the power of the Spirit in your life.
PDF | PPT (2 MB)

How to experience the power of the Spirit in your church and city.
PDF | PPT (4.26 MB)

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