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Author Jeremy Walker
It is all very well to say that a Christian should take the Lord Jesus Christ as their life model, but where do you find simple, clear teaching written with a pastor’s heart on this vital subject? This book is the answer: in short, easily read sections Jeremy Walker follows the determined path of...
Author Derek Prime
Old age often gets a bad press. Associated with grumpiness, aches and pains, loneliness, and isolation it's not something we particularly look forward to or relish when we're there.
Pastor and Bible teacher, Derek Prime, himself in his 80s, shows us that there is another way to view old age. He gu...
Author Melvin Tinker
From the forward by David F. Wells:
"I welcome this fine book. I appreciate the fact that Melvin Tinker has gone to the heart of the matter, to the very center of our faith. Evangelical faith is never going to be renewed by better marketing techniques, or more cultural accommodations, slic...
Author Warren W. Wiersbe
Do you know the secret of living?
In order to bear fruit, we must abide in Christ...
What is the secret of abiding? It is obeying; give God your will.
What is the secret of obeying? It is loving; give God your heart.
What is the secret of loving? It is knowing; give God your mind.
John Benton says that his burden is that we rediscover, and rejoice in, the reality of what Christ achieved on the cross.
A clear, straightforward account of essential gospel truths, to counteract the dangers of unbiblical teaching. These are solid truths to live by - truly Big Deals for each one...
Author Dr. Nina Gardner
Jesús dijo: “Si puedes creer que todas las cosas son posibles”, pero aun así todavía fracasamos a creer. Ent u mente ves las cosas más grandes, pero el poder dela duda y la incredulidad les impide convertirse en una realidad. En este libro, la Dra. Nina comparte de su diario personal entradas...
Author Dr. Nina Gardner
Jesus said, "If you can believe all things are possible" yet failure to believe still comes. In your mind, you see the greater things, but the power of doubt and unbelief keeps them from becoming a reality. In Blessed To Believe, Dr. Nina shares from her personal journal entries of struggles,...
Author J. V. Fesko
If any one thing had to be selected to characterize our time, the rapid advance of technology would have to be high on the list. The touch screen is everywhere: in our pockets, on our desks and inevitably in our homes. Children seem to take to touch screens naturally, accelerating their use in eve...
Author Thomas Leake
The 28 lessons in this book provide a biblical framework for being and making disciples. They can be used for individual study, one-on-one discipleship, or in small groups. Each lesson contains a Bible verse or passage along with a brief explanation na exhortations toward application and obedienc...
Author John C. Lennox
Christians are under increasing pressure to be silent. We're led to believe that at best our beliefs are outdated, and at worst they are dangerous. Silenced by fear, it's all too easy to keep quiet.
But our Christian faith was never meant to be private. Jesus' followers are instructed to be deli...
Author Richard Caldwell
When we are hurting, we are often in a weakened condition. We need precious truth ready to digest. That's what we have in Psalms 43, 56, and 30. Take the precious truths of these beloved psalms into your soul. Reflect upon your own situations and realize just how faithful God is, and therefore...
Author Eliza Huie
Our lives are influenced by technology like never before. Screens and devices have become a part of our daily loves, bringing many benefits as well as lots of challenges - not least to the area of parenting.
Our kids are digital natives and their knowledge and experience rapidly outstrip those of e...
Author Eliza Huie
Parents of teens face the challenge of raising their children in a sex-mad, sex-saturated world.
Eliza Huie, a parent and Christian counselor, gives practical guidance on how you can walk with your teen in the midst of this hyper-sexualized world. The tips come in the form of what not to do, yet the...
Author Warren W. Wiersbe
When David volunteered to meet Goliath's challenge to Israel, King Saul was concerned about what David would wear to battle. In fact, Saul placed his own armour on David. But it didn't fit, and it would have proved more of a hinderance than a help in David's battle. He was better off without...
Author Linda Knight
In Strategic Living, Linda looks at godly character and challenges us to dig deep by putting the Bible into action. We are given biblical truths to guide our lives and ways to move forward in growing more and more like Jesus. This daily devotional is full of character trait lessons that God wants...
Author Elizabeth El Mostain
Pages 176With the subtitle Practical ideas for thriving in the early years of motherhood, it's obvious who this book is for, but you need to know what it is like. Here's what Ann Benton says:
"I wish someone had given me this book when I was just embarking on the adventure of motherhood. It manages...
Author Kevin DeYoung
The conscience seems somewhat mysterious. We're often not really sure how to listen to it, if we can trust it or what role it should play in our loves.
Kevin DeYoung shows us it isn't something to be puzzled over but rather that a conscience is something good, given by God. As you read this book,...
Author Jody Williams
After a fifteen year battle against an elusive enemy, Jody Williams was finally able to put a name to the disease that had been ravaging his body for so long. The Spirit Told Me What the Doctors Couldn't is the inspiring story of Williams' battle against Cushing's disease and his miraculous jour...
Author Larry Gordon
Our lives on earth can make sudden hard changes. Sometimes it feels as though God has stepped out of the picture altogether. In a marriage that seems wonderful, suddenly an affair happens. A horrible revelation occurs when the doctor's office calls. A child is injured in an accident. All hopes ge...
Author Vaughan Roberts
In a culture where online communications and communities can be set up in seconds, it is striking that loneliness is still rampant. Even in the church, a place where we might hope for an oasis of love and acceptance, we can find interactions awkward and superficial.
It's for this reason that Va...
Author Dr. Chris Richards and Dr. Liz Jones
Here are just a few of the messages that young people today are constantly exposed to:
• You’re missing out if you don’t have sex.
• Marriage is out of date.
• Casual sex is OK.
• Sex is the goal of a night-out.
• Sex is all about me and my satisfaction.
• Sex can be exper...
Author John Crotts
A fresh and insightful analysis, and somewhat provocative application of the Apostle Paul's ministry in Greece as recorded in Acts 17.
"The apostle Paul's message, methodology, and ministry strategy are the keys to fruitful evangelism and healthy church life. This fresh, insightful analysis of Pau...
Author Michael Mudgett
Before creation, each person was created with a unique blueprint that God designed. God placed this blueprint in our DNA. When He finished, God broke the mold to the designed blueprint and will never create another person just like you. This design includes the length of your days with all of ...
Author Terry Johnson
'Christian Identity' can sound like a strange concept, but Terry Johnson rightly points to the importance of defining Christian faith by what the Bible teaches. Building on the Scripture teaching of the creation of the human race and the effects of the Fall, he shows that we need a proper theolo...
Author John Blanchard
The Christian faith is not a philosophy or a set of religious rules and regulations. Instead, it is centered on the life of a man who lived more than 2,000 years ago. His name is Jesus Christ, and his birth, character, life, death (and what came afterwards) define what the Christian faith is all...