Unseen: Angels, Satan, Heaven, Hell, and Winning the Battle for Eternity

Unseen: Angels, Satan, Heaven, Hell, and Winning the Battle for Eternity

Bethany House Publishers 2013 Hardcover

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Leading Southern Baptist Pastor Teaches on the Supernatural World around Us
Behind every victory and every defeat, behind every blessing and every disappointment, spiritual forces are at work. In "Unseen" Dr. Jack Graham challenges popular opinions and persistent folklore with powerful biblical truth about heaven and hell, good and evil, and angels and demons, and he teaches us how to navigate this present world in light of the forces we cannot see.
Dr. Graham begins by recounting his own experience with evil when his father was brutally murdered. From there he weaves compelling stories with easy-to-understand teaching, giving readers practical, in-depth guidance on the spiritual realm. Readers will come away enlightened about the supernatural world and encouraged that God can provide protection, provision, and power for whatever lies ahead.
Book includes end-of-chapter questions. Free online small-group curriculum will also be available, including videos, application prompts, and discussion guide. Stand-alone DVD curriculum available soon.

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  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
  • ISBN: 0764211218
  • ISBN-13: 9780764211218
  • SKU: 9780764211218
  • Release Date: August 2013
  • Pages: 288
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Hardcover

About the Author

Jack Graham

Dr. Graham is the pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church, one of the nation's largest, most dynamic congregations.

When Dr. Graham came to Prestonwood in 1989, the 8,000-member congregation responded enthusiastically to his straightforward message and powerful preaching style. He challenged the Prestonwood family with a vision for a larger outreach, and in 1999, the church moved from its North Dallas location to a new 7,500-seat auditorium in west Plano.

Thriving with nearly 40,000 members, Prestonwood continues to grow with seven weekend worship services, four midweek services, about 300 Bible Fellowship classes for all ages, and multiple outreach and community ministries that reach thousands.