In The Temple Curtain, readers gain understanding of the biblical accounts of events before and after Jesus' resurrection.
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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.
This 42-page booklet helps to answer the question, "What does it mean to be Reformed?" This booklet would be ideal for an adult Bible study, catechism class, or for those wanting to learn more about the CRC and its place in today's world.
When is a case management program appropriate? This book will help you assess the needs, gifts, calling, and hopes of the participant; develop a Development Covenant between mentor and participant; and follow up and evaluate the process.
Few churches would say they aren’t interested in sharing God’s heart for their community. This workbook provides those tools and resources that will help you imagine your community the way God sees it.
This book will help you learn what your church can do to tackle injustice in your community.
This book will help you discover the difference between relief and development ministries, and assess your church’s programs.
The Theology of Development - A Biblical Understanding of Christian Mission and Community Development
This is a seven-lesson series designed to help participants deepen their biblical understanding of Christian mission and community development.
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.
Editors Collin Hansen and Jeff Robinson have selected the stories of 12 Faithful Men: Portraits of Courageous Endurance in Pastoral Ministry in an effort to dismantle the cool factor that prevails in our view of ministry life.
To Plant a Walnut Tree by Trevor Waldock, as the subtitle states, is a conversation about “how to create a fruitful legacy by using your experience.” Waldock engages with people in all walks of life who are concerned about how they are living life and wondering if all their busyness and activity really makes a difference.
Paas’ book is a wonderful crossover volume that speaks about church planting but connects deeply with church renewal.