Books Authored by Dr. Waggoner:
Why is it God does not answer some prayers? How often should we pray? What should we pray about? Why pray at all, if God’s will is inevitable? What are the benefits of prayer? These and many other questions are answered in Lord, Teach Us to Pray. Eight key passages where Jesus taught about prayer are examined. What He said about prayer is life changing.
Are you intimidated by the idea of sharing your faith? If so, you are not alone. According to recent research, approximately sixty percent of Christians seldom or never share their faith with others. Is it normal to feel apprehension about sharing your faith? Is your fear due to some spiritual failing? Is it possible to overcome your fear? If you have ever wrestled with questions like these, this book is for you. The good news is that the fear of sharing your faith can be eliminated with the right strategy. Before presenting that strategy to the reader, the author discusses fear in general, deals with a number of misconceptions about evangelism, and places evangelism into the broader context of making disciples. What follows is the key to sharing your faith without fear. A thoroughly biblical step-by-step strategy for making disciples without being inhibited by fear is explained and thoroughly illustrated for the reader. If you struggle with fear when it comes to sharing your faith, you have to consider the message of Sharing Your Faith Without Fear.
Temptation to sin is inevitable. But does that mean we can’t have victory over it? Although every believer is targeted by evil and confronted with temptation that comes in many ways, understanding the principles in God’s Word (as to how we can resist it and triumph over it) will equip and encourage us in our Christian lives. The Believer’s Battle with Temptation is a basic guide to spiritual self-defense that is theologically sound, and intensely practical.
Forgiving & Being Forgiven concisely presents what the Bible teaches about a crucial matter in every relationship—the need to forgive one another. The author sets this study in the context of some real-life experiences and the research of respected Christian experts in the field. He draws principles from the teachings of Christ Himself and other related Bible texts to make pertinent and practical applications to this challenging aspect of our lives. Whether you need to forgive someone who has offended you or you need to be forgiven, this short course is your guide to repairing the damage.