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Appointment In Jerusalem
Biblical historian Max Dimont, author of the classic Jews, God, and History, explores the mystery surrounding the predictions Jesus made about his fate. Examining the gospel, Dimont recreates the drama in three acts using his knowledge of the events recorded in the Bible. Thoughtful and fascinating, Appointment in Jerusalem, examines the questions that have surrounded religion for centuries. Who was Jesus, the Christian messiah or a member of a Jewish Sect? Dimont's insight is intelligent and su... more info>>
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Are You Fit for Life
Popular author and pastor Jack Graham examines Paul's letter to the Philippians with an emphasis on life and vitality, showing what it means to be fit in body, soul, and spirit.
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Art and the Christian Mind: The Life and Work of H. R. Rookmaaker
Hans Rookmaaker's impact on the arts in the twentieth century was enormous. Laurel Gasque examines Rookmaaker's life and shows how he incorporated his biblical beliefs into his teaching, writing, and interaction with the arts and individuals.
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Assimilating New Members
How do you reach new members and help them adapt to the local church more effectively? In Assimilating New Members by Lyle E. Schaller, a recognized church planner, shows how to reach more people, bring them into the local church family, make them feel at home, and keep them active. Mr. Schaller discusses those things that attract and hold new members. he shows how to evaluate the local church recruitment and assimilation processes, recognize and avoid counter-productive behavior,... more info>>
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Atheism Remix: A Christian Confronts the New Atheists
You know about traditional atheism. The contemporary strain of it--called the "New Atheism"--is more popular and widely respected than ever. Dr. Albert Mohler brings helpful perspective and keen insight for understanding, challenging, and countering this latest atheist thinking.
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Awesome Words: Daily Bible Readings for Teens
Being a teenager in today's world can be tough. Arm your teens and preteens with Awesome Words, a devotional that provides clear teaching and guidance through 365 daily Bible readings and dozens of powerful photos. This awesome devotional is perfect for personal and family devotions and Scripture memorization.
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Bad Hair Days, Rainy Days, and Mondays: Wisdom and Encouragement to Lift a Woman's Spirit
This book offers a month's worth of wisdom, advice, and encouragement for women in the form of 31 short daily meditational readings, written by award-winning teacher and author Cynthia Bond Hopson. The life lessons include:, Nothing is worth more than this day, Practice saying no, Do not give in to flattery, Take care of yourself--Pain is information, Listen to the children, There is a lesson in every failure, Remember, age ain't nothing but a number, Three giggles a day will keep the doctor awa... more info>>
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Because He Loves Me: How Christ Transforms Our Daily Lives
Rightly understood and cherished, God's love makes Christians increasingly more like the One who has lavished his love on them. In this book a well-known biblical counselor points you to your true identity as God's beloved child and teaches you how to become who you already are, without legalism or lawlessness.
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Becoming God's True Woman
Seven beloved teachers--Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Susan Hunt, Mary Kassian, Carolyn Mahaney, Bunny Wilson, Dorothy Patterson, and Barbara Hughes--exhort women to restore the beauty and truth of their godly calling with hope, humility, obedience, and prayer.
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Beyond the Shadowlands: C.S. Lewis on Heaven and Hell
C. S. Lewis's fiction is rich with reflections on the afterlife. Lewis scholar Wayne Martindale discusses the vivid images of Heaven and Hell Lewis uses in his fiction, using them as a complement to a scholarly but accessible discussion on eternity.
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Bingo and Other Great Words of God
The effects of war, anxiety, fear, and stress are transformed into an amazing view of the world. We begin to see it through the Creator's eyes and understand the power we have been given. With humor and love and sometimes gentle chiding, He teaches the author that we are not alone, and that the power of peace resides within our own minds and hearts.
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Black Hills Bride
Though Dixie Sullivan knew it was God's plan that she come to the beautiful South Dakota woodlands to open a retreat lodge, she'd never felt more alone or underqualified. Until God provided help in the form of a stray Border collie and a handsome cowboy. Erik Wheeler was anything but an angel as he stormed into Dixie's orderly life with the force of a tornado. Dixie could see skepticism in her new foreman's eyes, yet she soon proved that with faith and determination, miracles could happen. And a... more info>>
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Camp L.O.S. [Book 1 of the Karen and Melanie Series]
The church bus will be taking off on Friday for Camp L.O.S. Karen Aimee had planned to visit her father in New Mexico while her best friend, Melanie Honeywell, went to camp for the first time. When Karen's dad cancels the visit, the girls make a mad scramble to get enough money for Karen's camp fee. Campers swim, canoe, hike, and go horseback riding. They can also get lost, get sunburned, and get in trouble. Melanie must have her friend beside her for all the adventures.
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Can We Talk?: Sharing Your Faith in a Pre-Christian World
Those who serve on mission fields in areas where Christian faith is not the dominant religion quickly come to understand a central truth: when one is sharing the gospel, one must have a place to start the conversation. If the person being addressed is unfamiliar with Christian concepts and terms, one must pick up on things with which he or she is familiar, and relate these to the Christian message. Without this middle ground, there can be no effective witness to God's salvation in Christ. Everyo... more info>>
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Center City Churches: The New Urban Frontier
Since the 1950s, conventional wisdom has insisted that cities are not supportive environments for large, active missionary churches. In this fascinating new book, however, church growth expert Lyle Schaller debunks this myth. In fact, states Schaller, research shows that more than one-half of the largest Protestant congregations in the United States are to be found in the large central cities -- as are more than one-half of the forty fastest growing Protestant churches. Center Cit... more info>>
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Cherish
"Then cherish pity, lest you drive an angel from your door."--William Blake. When a young couple lose their son, they turn to fake psychics and Satanists to try and contact his spirit. Then in a moment of magic, they learn the true meaning of faith and the real power of God.
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Choosing Your Faith: In a World of Spiritual Options
In a world of spiritual options, people constantly tell us what to believe. Yet, while we hear these pleas, we're already functioning with existing beliefs--even if they are beliefs by default. So how do we choose what to believe--especially in the area of faith? Do we need to choose? In Choosing Your Faith, Mark Mittelberg encourages us, as Socrates does, not to lead an unexamined life. He invites us to examine why we believe what we believe. This examination will resonate with Christians and s... more info>>
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Christian Chaos: Revolutionizing the Congregation
In his previous books--Kicking Habits, Growing Spiritual Redwoods, and Moving Off the Map--Thomas Bandy has drawn a compelling contrast between two kinds of congregational systems: The thriving church system, whose focus on hands-on ministry and shared core values propels it toward the future into which God's Spirit is leading; and the declining church system, whose focus on control and hierarchical structures leaves it bound to the past. In this eBook, Bandy argues that the organization of a co... more info>>
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Christian Ethics: An Essential Guide
In this excellent outline of Christian ethics, Robin W. Lovin achieves a balance between the questions and issues which form the core of the study of ethics, and the life situations from which those questions arise. Eschewing a sectarian approach which dismisses other understandings of the moral life, Lovin nonetheless lays claim to a specifically, Christian understanding of ethics by beginning with basic Christian convictions about the reality of God and human redemption, and weaving these conv... more info>>
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Church History A Crash Course for the Curious
The history of the Christian church is far more than a dull list of dates. This brief summary will whet your appetite to discover more about the story of Christianity.
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Climbing The Mountain: Inspirational Christian Poetry
Life was never meant to be easy--but there is help and hope for those times when you feel like you just can't climb any more. In the unique style of freestyle poetry, Melanie Ann Billings explores the emotional ups and downs of her own climb up Life's mountain.
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Coffee Breaks of Faith:
This small eBook of one-page devotionals will give readers a brief devotional break for anytime of day. Each page contains a suggested scripture, a reflection on that scripture, and a prayer.
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Community Organization: Conflict and Reconciliation
This book should be ready by all concerned with the growing controversy over the church's participation in public affairs. It provides a background knowledge of the process of community organization and highlights the paradox of conflict as a basic organization technique and the Christian concept of reconciliation. The purpose of the book is to provide a foundation for consideration of fundamental questions about community organization Mr. Schaller says, "The answers ... to these questions will ... more info>>
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Contentment: A Godly Woman's Adorment
Buying into the lie of "I can only be happy if..." guarantees a frustrated existence. But God desires something far better for his daughters. This convenient On-the-Go Devotional will direct you away from empty distractions and toward what you really long for: a satisfaction that never fades.
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Counseling Survivors of Traumatic Events: A Handbook for Pastors and Other Helping Professionals
What do you do when the call comes from a distraught parishioner who needs help in dealing with a murder, rape, traffic accident, miscarriage, or the effects of a natural disaster or war? How can students of pastoral care and counseling learn in a seminary setting how to think about and counsel in those situations? An extraordinary number of survivors of such catastrophic events turn to clergy for help to deal with their stress. The effects of such massive stress are typically known as Post-trau... more info>>
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