Among those with spiritual discernment, there is an uncomfortable, embarrassing difference between the power and practice of the New Testament Church and the religious organizations and denominations that have since come into existence. What began as a living, Christ-centered faith has evolved into something far removed from what Jesus intended when He declared: “I will build My Church (Ekklesia), and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”Read More →
- “Whoever does not bear his own cross and come after me cannot be my disciple.” (Lk. 14:27)Embrace the Cross was written specifically to call people to radical faith in Jesus and Christ-centered discipleship. This book contains nearly everything Chip has ever written about the Cross, discipleship, and following Jesus – plus some things never before published. Every chapter compels the reader to consider what being a real disciple of Jesus is all about. The goal of this book is to challenge, confront, convict, and convince both saints and sinners alike to embrace the Cross! Read More →
What is the Kingdom of God? What is its nature and character? What is its purpose and reason for being? Where is it? Who may enter it, and how? Who is excluded from it, and why? How is this Kingdom organized and governed? How does …Read More →
People ask, “With all the things you have written, what writings do you recommend the most? Or where do you suggest someone new to your writings begins?”
Without a doubt – the articles that focus on Jesus Christ in all His preeminent glory.
That’s why I’m publishing them in this book.
In this one volume you’ll find the most important, Christ-centered material I have ever produced – plus some new writings never before released.Read More →
Instantly Download and Read Now… Also availablein paperback. The Prophetic Mandate by Chip Brogden This is one of the most urgently needed books I have ever written. If we don’t learn how to recognize, restore, and receive from the genuinely prophetic men and women in …Read More →
Altogether, this collection of letters added up to nearly 60,000 words of never-before-seen writings. My friend’s spouse (not someone prone to exaggeration) read this collection and commented, “This is better than the stuff he usually writes!” So they sent it to me on Christmas morning, along with the suggestion that it be published for the benefit of the Body of Christ. I was intrigued, but unconvinced…Read More →