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10 Basic Steps Toward Christian Maturity (Leader's Guide) by William R. BrightTeacher's Manual
The Uniqueness of Jesus: The Life & Teachings of Jesus by William R. BrightIntroduction
The Christian Adventure: Beginning the Exciting Journey of Faith by William R. BrightStep 1
The Christian and the Abundant Life: Focusing on New Priorities by William R. BrightStep 2
The Christian and the Holy Spirit: Moving Beyond Discouragement & Defeat by William R. BrightStep 3
The Christian and Prayer: Unlocking the Secrets of a Successful Prayer Life by William R. BrightStep 4
The Christian and the Bible: Growing Through the Study of God's Word by William R. BrightStep 5
The Christian and Obedience: Living Daily in God's Grace by William R. BrightStep 6
The Christian and Witnessing: Bringing Words of Hope to the World Around You by William R. BrightStep 7
The Christian and Giving: Rejoicing in His Abundance, Sharing His Resources by William R. BrightStep 8
Exploring the Old Testament: Discover God's Pattern of Promise and Blessing by William R. BrightStep 9
Exploring the New Testament: Discover the Mystery of God's Plan by William R. BrightStep 10

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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