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Author Timothy J. Demy
Fought between 1914 and 1918, what was supposed to be “the war to end all wars” was a failure. Yet, in the midst of it, for a few hours on Christmas Eve 1914, the guns fell silent as soldiers laughed, sang, played, and conversed with one another in traditional celebration of the birth of th...
Author Guy Manuell
This commentary on The Letter of Jude engages the Greek text and is designed for pastors, theological students, and lay readers. Jude, a brother of Jesus, warns members of the early Jesus movement against intruders in their midst and exhorts those believers not to deviate from the fundamental...
Author John Strider Nation
On the first day of the Battle of the Somme on July 1st, 1916, British military forces suffered the worst day of casualties in British history. There were more than 57,000 casualties—including more than 19,000 soldiers killed—most of them in the first hour. French and German losses were...
Author Arthur W. Pink
“This book, handling a doctrine very little understood and very little heard about in this day of humanism, is most welcome; and has become a real help to many. We have never published a more needed and useful book for the Lord’s people than this one.
Attentive readers are overcome by the s...
Author David Kingdon
First published during a resurgence of interest in Reformed theology, Children of Abraham made a major contribution to the re-thinking of the doctrine of the church and baptism around the world. Now revised and updated, David Kingdon's classic defence of believer's baptism deals cogently with th...
Author J.C. Ryle
J. C. Ryle (1816-1900) was one of the most prominent evangelical ministers of his day in the Church of England, serving churches in East Anglia before being appointed as the first Bishop of Liverpool in 1880. Ryle’s writings have a simple, direct style and have remained deservedly popular.
Author Paul E. Brown
The Christian life is lived by individuals, but it is also intended to be a shared life. It is a life lived together with our brothers and sisters in Christ; it is church life. This book encourages us to understand and follow what the Bible has to say about the nature, privileges, demands and bl...
Author Stephen Kneale
Depression is increasingly common. This is no less true for those in ministry. Many suffer with depression but for various reasons feel unable to tell their churches about it. Similarly, church members often see the problem, or struggle themselves, but don’t know what to do or how to help.
Author David Skull, Andrew King, & Jim Sayers
The vision of this volume is that the whole way a church is formed, run and led should work for the health of all its members and for the thriving of the church as a community of God's people. It is a church with an intentional mind-set throughout. The church of Chr...
Author Paul Watts
Navigating change in a church isn't easy. However, change has to happen if the gospel is to run freely and effectively in an ever-changing culture. This book makes the case that only gospel-driven change is authentic, and, for the gospel’s sake, it must be navigated carefully.
Author Rev. Dr. Sidney S. Williams, Jr.
¿Por qué debería comprar este libro? El primer año de una nueva designación pastoral en una congregación establecida se conoce como la fase de la luna de miel, pero esto puede ser extremadamente engañoso. Tener éxito en el primer año en una nueva designación pastoral req...
Author Ryan King & Andrew King
The New Testament is filled with imagery illustrating the co-operative efforts of Christian individuals within their local church: working together as many members we are a building, body, and Bride. Each of these images depict relationships of partnership, co-operation, and a sen...
Author Nayeli L. Riano
In a refreshing and encouraging volume of cultural essays Nayeli Riano presents nineteen reflections from the intersection of hope, memory, and modernity. Her work assists readers in strengthening the human spirit in a secular world. Emphasizing the spiritual pulse within each person, she...
The Journey Home is a devotional and practical study of how to think our way through this life of difficulty and live a life of true humility.
THINKING OUR WAY HOMEIn this study, we are learning how to think our way home–how to think as we persevere to the end. There is no glorification with Christ apart from suffering with Christ. The world ha...
Author H.R. Hess
In Callenlas, dragons carry riders on adventures, and stars are rumoured to live among human beings.
Caught up in a war that threatens everything they have ever known, a downtrodden apprentice and a discontented princess find themselves drawn closer and closer to the great King Elior.
Will he pro...
Editor Antoine Capet
British historian Paul Addison, FRSE (1943–2020), known for his research on the political history of Britain during and after the Second World War was respected by students, colleagues, and friends who mourned his death in 2020. His short biography Churchill: The Unexpected Hero (2005), receive...
Author John Strider Nation
“A cowboy’s life is dirty, dangerous, underpaid, and lonely. There’s no romance to it.”
When All-American Cowboy and malcontent, “Sonny Buff” Clarendon, from tiny Warwhoop, Oklahoma, inherits a title of European nobility, he sets off to Germany looking for a castle on the Rhine and a l...
Author Wayne Braudrick
Basilica di San Clemente is one of the many churches of Rome. But more than that, it is a sacred place of great archaeological and historical significance—and a site filled with mystery. In the last two centuries much has been learned about the centuries-old basilica and its namesake, St. Cl...