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  • To Date or Not to Date: What the Bible Says about Premarital Relationships


    Not content to just say “no,” Kevin Brown sets about to give us a positive view of godly relationships. What does the Bible suggest about the way we should go about finding a partner? How should children and young people behave? What are the responsibilities of parents? Kevin Brown believes there are positive principles we…

  • To Love and Cherish


    Subtitle: Ephesians 5 and the Challenge of Christian Marriage There are few topics where good advice is more needed than that of Christian marriage. At the same time there are few topics about which the answers given are as scattered and unclear. In this short but comprehensive volume, Elgin Hushbeck, Jr., tackles one of the…

  • To the Hebrews: A Participatory Study Guide


    This study guide to the book of Hebrews is designed for individual or small group studies. Its 13 lessons are ideal for Sunday School classes, small study or prayer groups and Wednesday evening studies. The guide is based on the participatory method, developed by author Henry Neufeld to help lay people learn to understand the…

  • Transforming Acts: Acts of the Apostles as a 21st Century Gospel


    Is there a guide to Christian ministry that is both relevant and rooted in church history? Bruce Epperly believes that Acts of the Apostles can be a transformative book, a true gospel for the 21st century. In Healing Marks (Energion Publications, 2012), Dr. Bruce Epperly challenged Christians to take the healings of Jesus seriously as…

  • Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord’s Prayer


    “Prayer changes things.” It’s a common saying, and too often Christian discussion of prayer deals only with how we can change other things and other people through prayer. But what if prayer is much more than we imagine? What if it is also the means of correcting our relationship to the Creator and at the…

  • Uncommon Questions from an Extraordinary Savior


    The pages of the New Testament contain some 340 questions Jesus asked: “Who are my mother and my brothers?” “Now which of them will love him more?” “Why are you so afraid?” “Do you still have no faith? “Do you want to get well?” “Who do people say that I am?” Why did Jesus ask…

  • Unfettered Spirit: Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening (2nd Expanded Edition)


    2nd Expanded Edition All too frequently studies of the gifts of the Spirit consist largely of answering two questions: “What are the gifts?” and “Which ones do I have?” In many cases studies go on to a third question: “How can I get more?” In response, institutional churches and theologically and intellectually respectable Christians often…

  • Unlike Jesus: Let’s Stop Unfriending the World


      Tired of eating only Christian casseroles, listening only to Christian music, and having only Christian companions? Then why not try something radical — like being a friend of sinners like Jesus was? Unlike Jesus makes a convincing and convicting case that we who love Jesus must also love the lost — and must stop…

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    Victim No More!


    A Colorado native, Shauna Hyde grew up with three brothers, no sisters, and a father who was a pastor of a local community church. She was taught that women married for life and no woman she knew was a pastor. This ‘normal’ crashed around her when her first husband left her with a newborn baby…

  • Walking in God’s Grace: Practical Answers to Tough Questions


    What does God’s grace mean to you? This question has often brought confusion and controversy to Christians everywhere. The team at World Prayr want you to understand just how amazing God’s grace is. They want to dispel any confusion. They would like you to understand that you too can walk in God’s grace, but only…

  • What Is Love?


    What is love? Kamden is now at the age when the world is beginning to tell him its ideas of love. But Kamden loves his Nana and the definitions are not adding up – so he goes to her with his question: What is love?

  • What Is Wrong with Social Justice


    What could possibly be wrong with social justice? We like justice. We are social beings. Should not our communities be just ones? Author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. maintains that social justice is not justice. When we pursue social justice, it is at the expense of true justice and in its pursuit of equality, social justice threatens…