Sufficiently Educated is a great book for parents and teachers with struggling students, students entering college and for anyone who would like to know more about the learning educational system.
Many protestant versions of the doctrine of the priesthood of all believers are missionally inadequate: priestly functions are often monopolized by the ministerial priesthood.
In The Temple Curtain, readers gain understanding of the biblical accounts of events before and after Jesus' resurrection.
Dr. Kyle J. Dieleman, Assistant Professor of History at Trinity Christian College (Palos Heights, IL) focuses on the doctrinal and practical importance of Sunday observance in the early modern Reformed communities in the Low Countries.
A father/son science professor team walk you through geologic, chemical, and astronomical evidence of the earth's and the universe's ancient past, its projected future, and how these topics are related to Christian beliefs.
By way of conversation and illustration, this book offers a deeper understanding of difficult adoptive challenges with attachment as well as practical recommendations for adoptive parenting methods, when more usual parenting approaches don't work.
In hard times, it can be difficult to see God’s providence and provision in your situation. Groundwork offers a new audio Bible study called, “Ruth: Surprised by God’s Providence,” to help strengthen your confidence to trust, obey, and actively receive God’s provision.
A Heartbeat of Grace by Kristin Sterk, is a gripping memoir that will take you through her emotional journey of deep loss, grief, forgiveness, healing, and miracles.
God's Plan: Eliminate Biblical Ignorance by Ren Vandesteeg traces the redemptive message in the Bible step-by-step, chronologically from Genesis through Revelation. The book helps people see that the Bible is more relevant to their lives than ever.
This new fiction novel is a modern Jacob-like story of a young rebellious man who fights God every step of the way.