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Can we all just get along? E Pluribus Unum: “Out of many, one.” This motto is emblazoned on the Great Seal of the United States, but it could be the church’s model, too. Unfortunately, the daily experience of many Christians and churches feels like the opposite: out of one, many. We are increasin...

When passivity and false niceness don't bring the abundant life Jesus promised, some Christian women try even harder to hide behind a fragile faCade of pleasant perfection. Paul Coughlin and Jennifer Degler give women the empowering message that they have options far beyond simply acting nice or ...

"Gay," "Christian," and “celibate” don't often appear in the same sentence.

Yet many who sit next to us in the pew at church fit that description, says author Wesley Hill. As a celibate gay Christian, Hill gives us a glimpse of what it looks like to wrestle firsthand with God's "No" to sam...

Is America on a collision course with disaster? Do you feel help to do anything about it? Common Sense and an Uncommon God will equip you to follow God in the 21st century by showing you how to approach modern-day issues from God's perspective, and by arming you with powerful tools you can use to...

When she meets her grandmother and family for the first time, Sheila Ainslee is loved and cared for like never before. So she is totally unprepared for her spiteful and vindictive cousin Jacqueline, who does all she can to humiliate Sheila and drive her away from her newfound family! But one of J...

A Message from Beyond the Grave What would you think if you received a fax from Heaven? Burke Aldridge passed away in 2005 at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. Before Burke’s death, he told his wife he would send her a fax from Heaven to let her know he was all right. Since his death, two...

Charismatic Challenge is a biblical and reasonable demonstration, based on sound scholarship, that the sign and revelatory gifts are not for today. Napier holds firmly to the conviction that God is still a miracle-working God.

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The faith and development nexus is both a promising new focus for secular development agencies and a historic reality: for centuries, world faiths and individuals inspired by their faith have played many roles in social change and social welfare. Secular development agencies have largely operated...

Wisdom for Everyday Living is a 365-daily devotional to deepen your faith and buoy your spirit, sharing favorite Scriptures and reflections from 100 diverse and respected thought leaders of prominent Christian churches, colleges, and organizations. A fitting inspiration for Bible study groups, al...

DESTINY is #3 in THE CHASER CHRONICLES Jack Carter thought he'd seen the worst, but that was just wishful thinking. A revelation comes to light, as Jack prepares to face Harbinger alone, and it changes everything. On top of that, the news is delivered by a beautiful envoy from the Council. She is...

Stop being controlled by food and physical appearance. Based on the Journey to Freedom Manual, this study guide is about learning to deal with life-controlling food issues, no matter what they are-weight loss, eating disorders, food addictions, or body image issues. Like the other study guides in...

"Discipline is a subject about which the Scriptures say muchâ?"but contemporary authors have been peculiarly silent. Kent Hughes fills a gaping void with this superb volume.â?¦ If there is a spark

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She’s a wounded girl serving up trouble. He’s a pastor’s kid bent on serving God. But can they find a glimmer of hope for a future together? From the moment Jack O’Bryen kissed the sixteen-year-old tomboy next door, he knew he would love her forever. Lacey Carmichael was everything he’d ever want...

Between the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem and the writing of the Book of Revelation in Patmos, stretch nearly ten decades of turbulent history. This book traces the story of the New Testament.

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This volume contains Chesterton's commentaries and reflections on what he saw on his travels in America and Rome, plus an appendix on how America saw Chesterton. On January 10, 1921, Gilbert and Frances Chesterton began a three month tour of the United States. During their first stop in the City ...

When hopes for motherhood are deferred... Childness remains a taboo topic in today’s culture, especially in Christian circles. Many women feel isolated, ashamed, or uncertain of how to reconcile this trial with a loving God. The death of the dream of motherhood—whether from infertility, barrennes...

Ruth Erskine, the sole daughter of the wealthiest family in town, a girl who had no idea of life except as a place in which to have a serenely good time. Eureka J. Mitchell, Ruth's most intimate friend. Lighthearted and indifferent, Eurie knew how to laugh and chat merrily in any and all circumst...

Imagine yourself in a pool of strong swimmers, all swimming clockwise. You, a Christian woman, are swimming counter-clockwise...counter-cultural, if you will. This book is for the woman who longs to rise up out of the stereotypical behavior of gossip, insecurity, pettiness, and small dreams. She ...

Stories are basic to life.

Everybody loves a good story. We have been reading, listening to, or watching stories all of our lives, so we intuitively know a lot about how they work. Yet, more and more, Christians are unfamiliar with the stories of the Bible and how the grand narrative of Go...