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Our Last Great hope: awakening the great commision

Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Thomas Nelson, 2011

While the earth's time clock ticks away, well-meaning Christians go to church, pay their tithes, and pray for foreign missionaries—going through the motions of Christian life as millions face an eternity without God. If heaven is indeed for real, and only those who have put their faith in Christ will be given entrance, shouldn't we be making the most of every opportunity to share the Gospel, the last great hope for all the world?

The Power of prayer and fasting

Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Broadman & Holman, 1997;
Second edtion 2010

The hand-in-hand spiritual discipline of prayer and fasting is not a gimmick or a spiritual fad, although its neglect in recent decades makes it a new discovery for many Christians. Instead, as author Ronnie Floyd explains, prayer and fasting is a Scripture-ordained act of obedience—a means of humbling ourselves before God, drawing closer to Him, and making room for Him to speak and act in our lives.

ten things every minister
needs to know

Hardcover: 144 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2006

Have you suddenly realized the fire that burned in your spirit years ago for ministry has waned? In 10 Things Every Minister Needs to Know, pastor and author Ronnie Floyd shares what has sustained his passion for ministry and offers perspectives, encouragement, and solutions for all ministers. Floyd goes beyond the realm of faith into the realistic day-to day challenges and conflicts of church leadership.

Finding the favor of god

Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2005

Ronnie Floyd came from humble beginnings, as they say. A tough country kid from Texas, he purposed early on to follow the Lord wherever He pointed. Today, as senior pastor of one of the fastest-growing churches in one of the fastest-growing locations in America, Floyd is fascinated with the reasons God bestows blessing on people. Thoroughly biblical, Finding the Favor of God is filled with biblical and modern illustrations of people who were blessed for certain tasks.

Life on fire

Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Word Publishing, 2000

Ronnie Floyd has seen his church grow tremendously as a result of his biblical teachings on spiritual disciplines such as prayer and fasting. As the conservative, evangelical counterpart to Richard Foster's, The Celebration of Discipline, Floyd's book explores nine essential spiritual disciplines of the Christian life. With chapters such as "He's God, Not Just Your Buddy," "Confess and Be Filled," and "Every Choice is a God Choice," Life on Fire shows believers how living a radically committed, passionate, and purposeful life in Christ is both possible and fulfilling.

how to pray

Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Word Publishing, 1999

Since he committed to begin every day in prayer, pastor Ronnie Floyd's life, family and his ministry have been revolutionized by the power therein. In this book, Floyd invites believers to join him in "Prayer 101," an introduction to a life-long journey of intimacy with God.

the meaning of a man:
disovering your destiny
as a spiritual companion

Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Broadman & Holman, 1996

The best way to become a true spiritual champion is to see a champion in action. In The Meaning of a Man, Ronnie Floyd holds up vivid examples of victories and disappointments in the lives of champions from sports, business, and the Bible.

Family life illustrated
for men

Hardcover: 90 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2004

This book is one of six in the Family Life Illustrated series, in which Pastor Ronnie Floyd compels Christian men to step up, get their priorities in order, and put Christ at the center of their lives and first on their priority lists. Floyd carefully draws some lines for Christian men and shows through scriptural examples what God expects of His sons.

Family life illustrated
for Women

Hardcover: 90 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2004

Christian women are pressured by the whims of the world to conform to secular trends, while still finding their identity in Christ. Pastor Ronnie Floyd, with the help of his wife, Jeana, gently and carefully draws some lines for Christian women and shows through scriptural examples what God expects of His daughters. Their desire is that Christian women would become stronger in their walk with Christ.

Family life illustrated
for marriage

Hardcover: 90 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2004

Realistic solutions and strategies for everyday, real life marriages. Based on 26 years of pastoral experience to a huge congregation and countless hours of prayerful study, Dr. Floyd's insights will challenge and equip your marriage to survive and thrive in these turbulent times.

Family life illustrated
for teens

Hardcover: 90 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2004

A fresh and innovative guide to getting your family back on track and refocus on what should be the most important priorities in your life and in your home. A comprehensive guide for Christian families of any denomination.

Family life illustrated
for finances

Hardcover: 88 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2004

The Bible has a lot to say about money lending and borrowing, spending, tithing wages, the love of money and how it can control us, and the temptation of riches. Amazingly, the same principles of money that applied to people in biblical times are just as relevant for us today. Pastor Ronnie Floyd explains the monetary facts of life from Scripture that every Christian needs to know and heed.

Family life illustrated
for parents

Hardcover: 91 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Press, 2004

With culture wars overwhelming the country and assaults on the traditional family worse than ever, it is vital that parents keep one thing in mind: failure is not an option. Parents and kids have access to invaluable information for surviving problems inside and outside the home.