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  • Kingdom Files Complete 6 Story Collection

    $14.99

    The Kingdom Files 6-in-1 story collection features the biblically accurate stories of Jesus, Mary (Mother of Jesus), David, Daniel, Esther, and Jonah. Just for your kids ages 8 to 12, this biography collection explores the lives of Bible characters while drawing kids into a unique time and place. With each story featuring three key sections–a Fact File, a Story File, and a Lesson File–kids will enjoying learning about Bible people while coming to understand that ancient Bible stories really do apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.
    Stories include:

    Who Was Esther?
    Was she:
    . . .the beautiful queen of Persia?
    . . .the woman who hid her Jewish heritage from the king?
    . . .the courageous one who risked her life to save her people?

    Who Was Daniel?
    Was he:
    . . .an interpreter of dreams?
    . . .a faithful man of God?
    . . .a survivor of the lions’ den?

    Who Was David?
    Was he:
    . . .a shepherd boy turned king?
    . . .a faithful harp player?
    . . .a brave giant slayer?

    Who Was Jonah?
    Was he:
    . . .the reluctant prophet who said “no” to God?
    . . .the man tossed overboard during a colossal storm?
    . . .the one who changed his mind after being swallowed by a big fish?

    Who Was Mary, Mother of Jesus?
    Was she:
    . . .a courageous teenager?
    . . .a girl chosen by God to give birth to His Son, Jesus?
    . . .the one who said “yes” to God?

    Who Is Jesus?
    Is He:
    . . .the Son of God?
    . . .the man who gave sight to the blind, made the lame to walk, and raised people from the dead?
    . . .the One who died so that we might live?

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  • Mothers And Daughters Of The Bible Speak

    $28.99

    God always keeps His promises, but not always in the way we expect….

    “Have faith” is a phrase we hear all the time. But what does it actually look like to live it out? In The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak, Shannon Bream examines the lives of biblical women to see how God’s plans can turn our worlds upside down. She tells the story of Jochebed, a mother who took enormous risks to protect her son, Moses, from Pharaoh. Could Jochebed have imagined that God’s actual design for her son involved flight into exile and danger? And yet this was all part of the master plan to deliver Israel from slavery. Another biblical mother, Rebekah, made terrible choices in an attempt to ensure her son’s place in history. And a daughter, Michal, struggled to keep her faithless father, Saul, from sin, while battling pride in herself.

    Through these stories, Shannon explains the intimate connection between faith and family–and how God’s unexpected agenda can redefine the way we think about family. Not all of these mothers and daughters in the Bible were paragons of virtue. Like us, they were human beings who faltered and struggled to do their best. While some heard God’s voice, others chose their own paths. Through the lens of their imperfections, we can see how God used their stories to bring about His divine plans. He’s still doing the same work in our lives today.

    The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak shows that faith is more often a twisting road than a straight line. Yet, as the stories of biblical families attest, at the end of these journeys lies greater peace and joy than we could ever imagine.

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  • Mothers And Daughters Of The Bible Speak

    $26.99

    God always keeps His promises, but not always in the way we expect….

    “Have faith” is a phrase we hear all the time. But what does it actually look like to live it out? In The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak, Shannon Bream examines the lives of biblical women to see how God’s plans can turn our worlds upside down. She tells the story of Jochebed, a mother who took enormous risks to protect her son, Moses, from Pharaoh. Could Jochebed have imagined that God’s actual design for her son involved flight into exile and danger? And yet this was all part of the master plan to deliver Israel from slavery. Another biblical mother, Rebekah, made terrible choices in an attempt to ensure her son’s place in history. And a daughter, Michal, struggled to keep her faithless father, Saul, from sin, while battling pride in herself.

    Through these stories, Shannon explains the intimate connection between faith and family–and how God’s unexpected agenda can redefine the way we think about family. Not all of these mothers and daughters in the Bible were paragons of virtue. Like us, they were human beings who faltered and struggled to do their best. While some heard God’s voice, others chose their own paths. Through the lens of their imperfections, we can see how God used their stories to bring about His divine plans. He’s still doing the same work in our lives today.

    The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak shows that faith is more often a twisting road than a straight line. Yet, as the stories of biblical families attest, at the end of these journeys lies greater peace and joy than we could ever imagine.

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  • Deborah Company Updated And Expanded

    $19.99

    It’s time for the daughters of God to arise!

    Deborah, the Old Testament judge and prophetess, was filled with Holy Spirit revelation, employing divine wisdom and supernatural strategy to influence her world. She exemplified boldness, courage, and the heart of a true worshiper as she maintained balance in fulfilling her responsibilities. Deborah was an Old Testament example of a New Testament anointing that is available to all Spirit-filled women.

    It’s time for the Deborahs of our time to arise, take their place, and step into their full potential!

    In this updated and expanded edition of The Deborah Company, prophet and author, Jane Hamon, calls every woman of God to take her place on the frontlines of what the Spirit of God is doing in the Earth.

    The Deborah Company will inspire you to:
    *Raise your prophetic voice and make a difference
    *Overcome the Jezebel Spirit by operating in the Deborah anointing
    *Operate in Holy Spirit Wisdom and Authority as a daughter of the King
    *Interpret Bible Mysteries by partnering with the Holy Spirit
    *Dismantle Strongholds and walk in new levels of courage
    *Be the wife, mother, minister, and leader God intended as you emulate Biblical and modern examples of women who operate in this anointing

    When the daughters of God step into their divine calling, they will stand against darkness and bring great victories into the Earth. Join this company of women who boldly say “Yes” to their prophetic destinies!

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  • Women Of The Bible Journal

    $19.99

    You want the most from your time in God’s Word. . .this Women of the Bible Journal provides both interesting study notes and ample space for you to jot down your reflections.

    Featuring fascinating details on the women of scripture, this journal allows you to share your thoughts and feelings, creating a treasured record of your own walk with God.

    The Women of the Bible Journal is presented in a beautiful package featuring
    *a flexible textured binding
    *two-color interior printing
    *stained page edges
    *a ribbon marker

    Here are everyday Bible helps for everyday spiritual growth.

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  • Impact Of Ordinary People

    $10.99

    Moses, David, Joseph, Peter, Paul…these are just some of the well-known names of the Bible. They are the subject of countless sermons and stories that have inspired Bible lessons from childhood to adulthood. But Scripture also contains a supporting cast of ordinary men and women often overlooked in Bible study. These lesser-known characters deserve accolades for their contribution to God’s redemptive story.

    In a three-part series, Don Wilkerson shares the impact of those less known in the Bible, both named and unnamed. These not-so-familiar characters are brought to life in short but thought-provoking chapters with lessons that remind us that God often uses ordinary people in extraordinary ways to build His kingdom.

    For those seeking discipleship material for personal growth, The Impact of Ordinary People will aid individual and small group Bible study. This three-part series is also a helpful resource for pastors and Christian leaders to develop unique and one-of-a-kind sermons.

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  • Star Namer Bible Study

    $24.99

    A 20-unit interactive Bible study of Joshua’s arrival in the Promised Land. The life of Abraham and God’s promises to him plus Moses’ leading a weary bunch of grumblers in the wilderness become familiar.

    In the action novels Shepherd, Potter, Spy–and the Star Namer (2015) and The Star Namer and the Unchosen (2019), Consolver introduces a family of potters among the Gibeonites of Joshua 9 & 10 who post spies over Jericho, becoming eyewitnesses to the conquest. Each unit contains four parts: Bible, Bible Places, Research, and Expressing Yourself. Visit the “Bible Places” through map exercises, YouTube links, Satellite Bible maps, and virtual tours, etc. Research inquiries range from “How to Sling a Slingstone” or “Braiding a 7-Cord Rope” to choosing among “Thirty Amazing Fortresses” featured in Popular Mechanics and finding out more. Students will gain confidence in expressing themselves through describing how they perceive the characters, the story, or the assignment. Any age Bible student will relish this study. All ages will more clearly see, hear, and feel the action in Joshua’s saga by engaging with two brothers Keshub and Eskie, young Gibeonites who meet Joshua and become believers in the Most High God of the Hebrew Bible.

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  • Man Named Joseph

    $14.95

    After spending more than a millennium in relative obscurity, Saint Joseph has become the second-most mentioned saint in the papal magisterium after the Virgin Mary. To understand the life and importance of Saint Joseph, a good place to start is with the first papal title ever granted him: “Patron of the Universal Church.”

    What is it that Saint Joseph has to offer the Church – and each one of us – today? That’s the question that A Man Named Joseph: Guardian for Our Times seeks to answer. To get there, author, podcaster, and blogger Joe Heschmeyer cuts through a lot of our misconceptions to see what the Bible and the earliest Christians really say about Joseph as a model husband, father, and saint. Questions at the end of each chapter help guide personal reflection and group discussion.

    Whatever we may be facing in life, we can go to Joseph for his example, his protection, and his prayers.

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  • Peter The Apostle

    $19.99

    Looking for new ways to inspire your children to read the Bible? The action-packed Bible story of Peter is now more accessible for children of all ages, using a visual language they love and understand: Graphic Novels.

    *Biblically Based
    *Bible Verse References
    *A Great Ministry Tool & Literacy Tool
    *Full Color Comic Book Format
    *Awesome Characters
    *Action Packed

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  • Minor Prophets Major Prayer

    $13.99

    In a world of global connectivity, how can we be such great communicators with each other but not with God who loves us unconditionally?

    Many of us think prayer is complicated. We are not sure how to pray and so just do not do it.

    To get help in praying we often turn to the New Testament or the Psalms for inspiration. Yet buried in the often overlooked minor prophets in the Old Testament are pearls of wisdom that in fact form the raw material of prayer. These prophets understood the power of prayer, so what made them turn to God and how did they ask him for help?

    By looking at each minor prophet in turn, Debbie Duncan explores their background, highlights the main themes and looks at how their example can help us to pray, revealing how surprisingly relevant these lessons are to our modern world.

    These biblical characters may be called minor prophets, but they can teach us major truths about prayer.

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  • Women Of The Bible Speak

    $20.79

    The women of the Bible lived timeless stories–by examining them, we can understand what it means to be a woman of faith.

    People unfamiliar with Scripture often assume that women play a small, secondary role in the Bible. But in fact, they were central figures in numerous Biblical tales. It was Queen Esther’s bravery at a vital point in history which saved her entire people. The Bible contains warriors like Jael, judges like Deborah, and prophets like Miriam. The first person to witness Jesus’ resurrection was Mary Magdalene, who promptly became the first Christian evangelist, eager to share the news which would change the world forever.

    In The Women of the Bible Speak, Fox News Channel’s Shannon Bream opens up the lives of sixteen of these Biblical women, arranging them into pairs and contrasting their journeys. In pairing their stories, Shannon helps us reflect not only on the meaning of each individual’s life, but on how they relate to each other and to us.

    From the shepherdesses of ancient Israel who helped raise the future leaders of the people of God, to the courageous early Christians, the narrative of the Bible offers us many vivid and fascinating female characters. In their lives we can see common struggles to resist bitterness, despair, and pride, and to instead find their true selves in faith, hope, and love. In studying these heroes of the faith, we can find wisdom and warnings for how to better navigate our own faith journeys.

    The Women of the Bible Speak outlines the lessons we can take from the valor of Esther, the hope of Hannah, the audacity of Rahab, and the faith of Mary. In broadening each woman’s individual story, Shannon offers us a deeper understanding of each, and wisdom and insights that can transform our own lives today.

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  • More Hidden Women Of The Gospels

    $18.00

    A sequel to Hidden Women of the Gospels, this book offers the world of the New Testament through a feminine lens. Like the earlier volume, it presents stories or midrash based on named or unnamed women who appear in the Gospels and Acts, but it focuses on deeper hidden treasures. For readers who lack an entry to the Bible where all the characters in the story are male, this book will open doors.

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  • Womens Stories From The Bible Two Volume Set

    $36.00

    For too long the women of the Bible have been depicted in one-dimensional terms. On one side are saints, such as Mary, while on the other are bad girls, such as Eve and Jezebel. Just as often, the female characters of the Bible are simply ignored. However, the women of the Bible are complex, multidimensional individuals whose lives are inspiring, funny, and tragic in ways too many of us never hear.

    In the first book, From Widows to Warriors, Lynn Japinga acquaints us with the women of the Old Testament. From flawed heroes like Ruth and Rahab to fierce fighters like Deborah and Jael to tragic characters like Jephthah’s daughter and the unnamed concubine of the book of Judges, readers will encounter a wealth of foremothers in the faith in all their messy, yet redeemable, humanity. This Bible study introduces and retells every female character who contributes to one or more Old Testament stories, diving deeply into what each woman’s story means for us today with questions for reflection and discussion.

    In the second book, From Daughters to Disciples, Lynn Japinga acquaints readers with the women of the New Testament. From faithful forerunners like Anna and Elizabeth to female disciples like the sisters Mary, Martha, and Mary Magdalene to first-generation followers like Lydia and Dorcas, readers will encounter a wealth of foremothers in the faith in all their messy, yet redeemable, humanity. This Bible study introduces and retells every female character who contributes to one or more New Testament stories, diving deeply into what each woman’s story means for us today with questions for reflection and discussion.

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  • Worst Of Sinners

    $37.95

    Was the apostle Paul using hyperbole in calling himself the “worst of sinners” when writing to Timothy just before his death? What does Paul tell us today about about free will, repentance, grace, election, and forgiveness?

    How does God take away our hearts of stone and remove the veils from our eyes so that we can see the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ? Is there truly anyone beyond the reach of God’s amazing love? Is there anyone that God allows us to refuse to forgive? Can one who has turned his or her back on Jesus be brought back to salvation?

    Exploring these questions and more, The Worst of Sinners presents a retelling of the story of Saul and his conversion outside the walls of Damascus. The tale askes us this critical question; Can we follow the royal law found in Scripture, “love your neighbor as yourself” when your own heart is filled with anger, guilt and shame? Let’s follow Saul, and his companions at the house on Straight Street during these three dramatic days that altered the course of all human history.

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  • Worst Of Sinners

    $22.95

    Was the apostle Paul using hyperbole in calling himself the “worst of sinners” when writing to Timothy just before his death? What does Paul tell us today about about free will, repentance, grace, election, and forgiveness?

    How does God take away our hearts of stone and remove the veils from our eyes so that we can see the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ? Is there truly anyone beyond the reach of God’s amazing love? Is there anyone that God allows us to refuse to forgive? Can one who has turned his or her back on Jesus be brought back to salvation?

    Exploring these questions and more, The Worst of Sinners presents a retelling of the story of Saul and his conversion outside the walls of Damascus. The tale askes us this critical question; Can we follow the royal law found in Scripture, “love your neighbor as yourself” when your own heart is filled with anger, guilt and shame? Let’s follow Saul, and his companions at the house on Straight Street during these three dramatic days that altered the course of all human history.

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  • Saint Michael The Archangel

    $15.95

    Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle!

    Throughout salvation history, Saint Michael the Archangel has appeared when God’s people needed spiritual protection, healing, and victory. Today, many faithful still turn to him for assistance, and parishes across the world pray to him to defend our Church.

    But what do we really know about Saint Michael?

    In Saint Michael the Archangel you’ll discover the fascinating “biography” of the angel whose mission from God is to do battle against Satan and all the evil spirits.

    Weaving together Scripture, history, papal documents, and popular devotion, author James Day fills in the gaps of our knowledge about Saint Michael, revealing the impact the mighty defender has on individuals, the Church, and the world.

    Saint Michael the Archangel also highlights the main shrines dedicated to Saint Michael, and includes the text of prayers, hymns, and poems written to honor him.

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  • She Walked Before Us

    $14.99

    Sometimes life is hard. We walk through loss, heartache, and disappointment. But thankfully we don’t do it alone. God is with us every step of the way, just as he was with the women of ancient times whose lives, struggles, trials, and triumphs are recorded in Scripture.

    Drawing on her extensive research into women of the Old Testament, novelist Jill Eileen Smith shows us how we can glean wisdom and strength from our trials just like women such as:
    – Miriam
    – Rahab
    – Deborah
    – Ruth
    – Hannah
    – Abigail
    – Bathsheba
    – and more

    You’ll discover what these ancient women did right, what they did wrong, and how God used the hard things in their lives to make them into the women he always meant for them to be.

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  • Odyssey Of King David

    $31.95

    From his adulterous affair with Bathsheba to the death of his beloved son, Absalom, this dramatic meditation on the life of King David highlights one of the Bible’s extraordinary figures.

    Moving past a sanitized, Sunday school version of David’s life story, the authors paint a revealing portrait of him in all of his humanity, telling his story in the first person. David reveals his doubts and fears, anger and shame, with the authors sharing their keen observations of the complexities of his life throughout the story. Their insights help readers discover a source of healing that can restore all of us-God’s broken vessels-to health and wholeness.

    Whether you want to learn more about this young shepherd who became king of Israel or need encouragement to overcome life’s sorrows and challenges, you’ll be inspired by The Odyssey of King David.

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  • Yet I Will Rejoice God Alone The Testimony Of Rahab

    $6.99

    A Lifeline Press Title

    A Quick Read…for Unsettled Hearts…in Troubled Times

    The phrase, “yet I will rejoice” was first uttered by a Jewish prophet about 2600 years ago.

    What makes it astounding … and particularly relevant for today … is that he wrote these words in the midst of civil and cultural chaos and demise. Even more incredible, God had just revealed to him that his nation was about to experience catastrophic collapse; everything was about to change in ways that he could never have imagined. Still, in the midst of frustration, angst, and perhaps even horror, he was able to stand and find cause for joy.

    As I write, many are distraught over the prospect of impending doom. We’ve entered an era that is entirely unfamiliar at least, unsettling at best, and perhaps unnerving for most. This current threat will diminish, but others are certain to follow … personally and individually, if not nationally or globally.

    So, how are we to respond? How do we as God’s people keep our wits about us while facing the prospect of such gloom and despair?

    It may surprise you to know that throughout the Bible God’s people often lived in dark times of uncertainty and under the prospects of doom. For many, it was the norm rather than the exception. In fact many Christians throughout history have lived in such settings.

    For many of us, especially in Western culture, it seems we’ve been spared … until now. Yet, God has not left us to face these dark days alone.

    I would like to introduce you to five very special people from the Bible who faced the reality of impending doom and were drawn closer to God. In this series you will find the personal testimony of a desperate prostitute, a terrified and broken warrior, a frantic king, a humble prophet who had seen God, and a frustrated prophet who had challenged God. Yet I Will Rejoice is a series of five books providing the first-hand accounts of Rahab, Gideon, Jehoshaphat, Isaiah, and Habakkuk … ordinary people like you and me who faced the very real prospect of doom and who came to know, appreciate, and serve God more deeply as a result.

    Through their ordeals, each one learned essential lessons about God and faith, lessons that transcend the millennia to address our very fears and frustrations today … lessons that apply directly to those who live in alarming times.

    Each book gives careful attention to relevant biblical, historical, cultural, and archeological details surrounding the cha

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  • Saints And Scoundrels In The Story Of Jesus

    $16.99

    The story of Jesus includes all kinds of characters. Some see these people as mere examples to follow or to avoid, and some have only heard about them in Sunday school stories. But their interactions with Jesus reveal much more about the person of Jesus himself and the message he has for us. Saints and Scoundrels in the Story of Jesus tells the story of 10 people or groups of people who are integral to the story of Jesus told in the Gospels. Each chapter takes a character off the Sunday school felt board and reveals them as a three-dimensional person with desires, motivations, flaws, and limitations. They are more than examples-they show us a unique angle on the grace available through Jesus for sinners. Each chapter also offers challenging applications to the lives of readers.

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  • Stephen : Servant And Witness

    $32.95

    Cardinal Martini approaches the figure of Stephen, the first martyr, by beginning with what is described in Chapters 6-8 of the Acts of the Apostles, ‘an impressive document of a man’s retrospective view in the face of death, of himself, the history of salvation, of what Christ has meant for him and the future to which he has been called.’ Reflection on the figure of Stephen is important for the entire community of believers; in fact with Stephen ‘the Church feels the seriousness of being both witness and servant: It understands that abandoning oneself to God does not save one from death, but it does allow one to pass through death, contemplating the glory of God; it recognises what it is that God saves us and does not save us from and what he prepares us for.’

    The richness of these meditations lies in this summary of things. It lies in the experience of a man who is approaching the revelation of the proximity of a transcendent and immanent God and at the same time arrives ‘at the culmination of his mission as servant witness, ‘ experiencing the mystery that he proclaims, contemplates and adores, in his very own body.

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  • Joseph Of Arimathea

    $16.99

    Joseph of Arimathea tells the story of the man who took upon himself the task of burying Jesus after His crucifixion. Joseph, who is briefly discussed in all four gospel accounts, is a mere footnote in Scripture, but his actions speak volumes and give the working Christian an example of how to live for Christ in a world that opposes Him.

    Joseph of Arimathea reaches through the verses of Scripture to our own generation in a powerful, relevant, and compelling way. He teaches us that the ordinary matters. An ordinary person, living an ordinary life, can be an instrument in the hands of God to be used for His purposes.

    Looking closely at the life of this disciple, Joseph of Arimathea defines what it means to be a person of the small print and offers a paradigm-shifting perspective on how to be a disciple of Christ in a secular world. At a time when influence, followers, and clout are the order of the day, Joseph reminds us that small acts of faithfulness can lead to astounding influence and impact through justice, conscience, and power.

    Joseph of Arimathea validates the contemporary mindset of preparing to stand up for what is right, often in the face of, an increasingly hostile culture.

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  • Readers Digest Whos Who In The Bible

    $29.99

    A comprehensive, easy-to-use, and beautifully illustrated guide to more than 500 Biblical characters

    What made Abraham, a peaceful man, become a warrior? Who were the women in King David’s life? When was the last king of Judah led off into captivity? Was Mary Magdalene a sinner or a woman possessed? The pages of the Bible are filled with stories of fascinating men and women: saints and sinners, the faithful and the foolish, lovers and liars, giants and generals, priests and prophets, the brave and the cowardly, heathens and healers, the pious and the pitiful.

    Originally published in 1994, Who’s Who in the Bible offers in-depth portraits of more than 500 biblical characters, both well-known and more obscure, including:
    *Jacob, scheming to win his brother’s birthright and his father’s blessing
    *David, whose adultery led to murder
    *Saul, persecutor of Christians transformed into the tireless missionary Paul
    *Gehazi, struck with leprosy for his greed
    *Lydia, Paul’s first convert in Europe

    In addition, this beautifully illustrated, clearly written, easy-to-use reference features:
    *Nearly 400 color illustrations, including 50 specially commissioned paintings, put faces behind the names
    *Maps pinpoint 10 turning points of biblical history
    *Genealogies help make sense of the people in the Bible, from the generations of Adam to the family of Herod the Great
    *Boxes about such diverse topics as Israel’s hostile neighbors, surrogate motherhood, *Jewish festivals, sources for the four Gospels, the fate of the 12 apostles, and more
    *Origins and meanings of names clarify and give new insight into stories
    *Pronunciation guides make reading the Bible simpler
    *Biblical citations speed you to chapter and verse
    *Cross references and a full Index lead you quickly to where you want to go
    *”Everyone in the Bible,” a comprehensive 24-page list of nearly 4,000 names, identifies each person and gives the first biblical citation for each

    All in all, Who’s Who in the Bible is an invaluable companion to your family Bible as well as an outstanding reference book. You will turn to its attractive, fact-checked pages again and again for essential background information and spiritual enrichment.

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  • Paul The Apostle

    $19.99

    Looking for new ways to inspire your children to read the Bible?

    The action-packed Bible story of Paul the Apostle is now more accessible for children of all ages, using a visual language they love and understand: Graphic Novels. Paul’s life story, told to us in the Book of Acts, is filled with bravery, adventure, miracles, faith, and salvation, yet many children are not aware of Paul’s amazing life. In Paul the Apostle: Graphic Story Bible, children fall in love with the awesome characters and universe, all the while learning the accurate story of a great Bible hero they can look up to.

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  • Rise Of A Man A Mountain A Nation

    $34.95

    A Bible-based novel, The Rise charts how God raised up a caring shepherd boy David from a dysfunctional Bethlehem family to become a giant killing warrior, leader, psalm writer, and Israel’s greatest king. Readers of fiction, history and biblical novels will love his daring adventures and life-changing encounter with God on a mount called the Rise. Learn from David’s fascination with the Rise why Jerusalem is special, then and now. This good-read faithfully follows the Bible narrative, expanding real-life-stories about poet-musician David’s life in ancient Israel reflected by Parker’s biblical knowledge and imagination. Both exciting and inspirational, David’s heroic triumph over Goliath precedes years of despair and dangerous flight from paranoid King Saul. Experience great miracles of God, revealing history lessons, and faith-stretching trials of this talented and devoted “man after the heart of God.” Grow your faith as David trusts the LORD in dangerous scenes, truly repents his dreadful sins, and inspires by his psalms. Be intrigued by his unique parentage, faithful mother, and relationship with men like Joab and his 600 Mighty Men. Can his disgraceful tryst with Bathsheba be pardoned or anger with God over the ark’s tragedy be pacified? Answers and more are abundant in The Rise.

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  • Behind Esther : Thriving When God Seems Distant

    $14.99

    Esther’s World Is Much Like Ours: God Seems Missing.

    Some of Esther’s peers, like Daniel, lived with a distinct advantage: they experienced the mighty, miracle-making wonder of God. Esther, on the other hand, was surrounded by extravagant wealth and impiety in the disenchanted empire of Persia. Faith wasn’t easy in a place like this, but thankfully, Esther learned there was more to God than what she could see.

    Today’s suffering and cynicism can leave us feeling that God is long gone. But, in truth, he is still present and active in our lives. In slow, mundane, and even obscure ways, he is pursuing us and repairing our broken world. Follow Esther as she models ten practices that connect us with a seemingly distant God and his unexpected work in the world.

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  • Women Who Met Jesus

    $15.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780800736019Dorothy ValcarcelBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2019Publisher: Revell Print On Demand Product

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  • Chronology Of Israels Kings And Prophets Pamphlet

    $3.99

    Easily cover decades of Israel’s history at a glance with this slim line pamphlet packed with side-by-side chapter overviews and charts. This easy-to-read chronology takes you through the books of 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, and 1 and 2 Chronicles chapter by chapter.

    This pamphlet helps Bible readers keep track of who’s who and what happened when in Israel’s history. Compare the stories of kings such as David and Solomon with the many kings of Israel and Judah, as well the ministries of prophets such as Samuel, Elijah, and Elisha.

    Glossy laminated pamphlet, ultra-slim, 14 panels, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches.

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  • Jesus His Life A Companion Guide

    $14.99

    Jesus: His Life tells the fascinating story of Jesus through the unique perspective of biblical characters who knew Him or impacted His ministry. Each hour-long episode is told from a single character’s point of view, sharing eight distinct experiences with Jesus, as well as fascinating new insights into the Gospels and the historical era in which Jesus lived. The eight featured characters are:
    *Joseph
    *John the Baptist
    *Mary, the mother of Jesus
    *The High Priest Caiaphas
    *Judas
    *Pontius Pilate
    *Mary Magdalene
    *Peter

    This History Channel series weaves together premium dramatic recreation with factual interviews from historians, biblical and religious scholars, and faith leaders from multiple denominations. The episodes capture each character’s unique personal connection to Jesus by hearing voice-over narration in their voice that shares their part in His story. Based on rigorous historical research and the latest biblical scholarship, the series has been developed in close consultation with a panel of historians, biblical scholars and faith leaders to ensure accuracy and balance.

    Readers will engage more deeply with the story of Jesus with this companion study guide. They will discover the faith, power, rejection, and surrender that marked His ministry and relationships, and see Jesus in a whole new way.

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  • When Life Doesnt Match Your Dreams

    $14.99

    Life is full of twists and turns. Relationships falter, careers fizzle, health fades. We may be faced with choices we never wanted to make or have situations pushed upon us we’d never expected. Yet, in all of it, God is at our side–even when he feels far away.

    Drawing on her extensive research into women of the Old Testament, novelist Jill Eileen Smith turns her pen to the lessons in trusting God that we can learn today from women like
    – Eve
    – Noah’s wife
    – Sarai
    – Hagar
    – Lot’s wife
    – Rebekah
    – Rachel
    – and more

    Readers will learn from what these ancient women did right–and even what they did wrong–when faced with dashed expectations and deferred dreams. And they’ll come away with the confidence that ours is a faithful God who loves us and is forming us through our trials into the women he longs for us to be.

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  • Messy People Leader Guide

    $15.99

    Every life gets messy at times. Sometimes these messes are literal, like a house that would be easier to condemn than to clean. But sometimes they are intangible messes such as illness, conflict, depression, abuse, bankruptcy, divorce, and job loss. And these messes can be painful, hurting our hearts and our homes. But as we see in the Bible, God loves to use messy people! In this six-week study, we will dig into the lives of biblical heroes who were messy people just like us but who were used by God in powerful ways. Together we will examine the stories of five wonderful but messy people and one messy parable character: Rahab, the Prodigal Son, Josiah, Mary, David, and Daniel. From their stories, we will learn how God can use broken people, restore damaged hearts and relationships, give us power to handle our critics, and help us deal with the hard moments of life. Along the way we’ll discover that we don’t have to just endure messy lives but can actually learn to thrive with God’s guidance and help. In the hands of God, our messes can become His masterpieces! The Leader Guide, to be used along with the study’s workbook and DVD, contains six session plan outlines, complete with discussion points and questions, activities, prayers, and more-plus leader helps for facilitating a group. Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Participant Workbook, DVD with six 10-15 minute sessions, and boxed Leader Kit (an all-inclusive box containing one copy of each of the Bible study’s components).

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  • Messy People Participant Workbook

    $17.99

    Every life gets messy at times. Sometimes these messes are literal, like a house that would be easier to condemn than to clean. But sometimes they are intangible messes such as illness, conflict, depression, abuse, bankruptcy, divorce, and job loss. And these messes can be painful, hurting our hearts and our homes. But as we see in the Bible, God loves to use messy people! In this six-week study, we will dig into the lives of biblical heroes who were messy people just like us but who were used by God in powerful ways. Together we will examine the stories of five wonderful but messy people and one messy parable character: Rahab, the Prodigal Son, Josiah, Mary, David, and Daniel. From their stories, we will learn how God can use broken people, restore damaged hearts and relationships, give us power to handle our critics, and help us deal with the hard moments of life. Along the way we’ll discover that we don’t have to just endure messy lives but can actually learn to thrive with God’s guidance and help. In the hands of God, our messes can become His masterpieces! The participant workbook, to be used along with the study’s DVD, includes five days of lessons for each week, combining study of Scripture with personal reflection, application, and prayer. Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Leader Guide, DVD with six 10-15 minute sessions, and boxed Leader Kit (an all-inclusive box containing one copy of each of the Bible study’s components).

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  • Questions God Asks

    $12.00

    Getting The Most Out Of Questions God Asks
    1. Where Are You?
    Genesis 3:1-13

    2. What Is That In Your Hand?
    Exodus 4:1-5

    3. Why Are You Crying Out To Me?
    Exodus 14:5-25

    4. Stand Up! What Are You Doing Down On Your Face?
    Joshua 7:1-15

    5. What Are You Doing Here?
    1 Kings 19:1-18

    6. Why Do You Complain, Jacob?
    Isaiah 40:27-31; 41:8-10

    7. Can These Bones Live?
    Ezekiel 37:1-14

    8. Is It Right For You To Be Angry?
    Jonah 4:1-11

    9. Is It A Time For You Yourselves To Be Living In Your Paneled Houses, While This House Remains A Ruin?
    Haggai 1:1-15

    Leader’s Notes

    Additional Info
    This nine-session LifeGuide Bible study covers some of the surprising and interesting questions Old Testament characters heard from God, such as when he asked “Where are you?” of Adam and Eve. As we consider the questions God asked others, we are guided inward to reflect on the same questions in our own lives.For over three decades LifeGuide Bible Studies have provided solid biblical content and raised thought-provoking questions-making for a one-of-a-kind Bible study experience for individuals and groups. This series has more than 130 titles on Old and New Testament books, character studies, and topical studies.

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  • Kingdom Files Who Was Jonah

    $4.99

    What do you know about Jonah?

    Was he:
    . . .the reluctant prophet who said “no” to God?
    . . .the man tossed overboard during a colossal storm?
    . . .the one who changed his mind after being swallowed by a big fish?
    . . .all of the above?

    Journey along with Jonah on the high seas, in the belly of a fish, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

    This biblically accurate story of Jonah, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of the reluctant prophet who said “no” to God, while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about the man who was tossed overboard during a storm and experienced a change of heart after being swallowed by a giant fish. Featuring three key sections-a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File-kids will enjoying learning about the life of Jonah while coming to understand that an ancient Bible story really does apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.

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  • Kingdom Files Who Was Mary Mother Of Jesus

    $4.99

    What do you know about Mary, the Mother of Jesus?

    Was she:
    . . .a courageous teenager?
    . . .a girl chosen by God to give birth to His Son, Jesus?
    . . .the one who said “yes” to God?
    . . .all of the above?

    Journey along with Mary in the presence of an angel, in a humble stable in Bethlehem, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

    This biblically accurate story of Mary, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of a young girl chosen by God to give birth to His Son, while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about the courageous teenager who said “yes” to God. Featuring three key sections-a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File-kids will enjoying learning about the life of Mary while coming to understand that an ancient Bible story really does apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.

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  • Kingdom Files Who Is Jesus

    $4.99

    What do you know about Jesus?

    Was He:
    . . .the Son of God?
    . . .the man who gave sight to the blind, made the lame to walk, and raised people from the dead?
    . . .the One who died so that we might live?
    . . .all of the above?

    Journey along with Jesus on the Sea of Galilee, on the hill called Golgotha, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

    This biblically accurate story of Jesus, the Son of God, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of Jesus while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about the One who gave sight to the blind, made the lame to walk, raised people from the dead, and who died so that we might live. Featuring three key sections-a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File-kids will enjoying learning about the life of Jesus while coming to understand that an ancient Bible story really does apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.

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  • Gods Messy Family Leader Guide

    $12.99

    1. The Myth Of The Perfect Family
    2. Forever Young
    3. Pleading For Our Family
    4. Great Loss In The Family
    5. The Center For Modern Family Dynamics
    6. The Beauty Of Imperfection

    Additional Info
    Genealogy is, widely considered to be, one of the fastest growing hobbies in the U.S. We have become consumed with constructing our family tree in attempt to trace our lineage. Fortunately, the Bible does an excellent job helping us trace the ancestry of our faith family. Pastor and author Jacob Armstrong takes an in-depth look at our faith lineage focusing specifically on the messy family dynamics found in the book of Genesis. As we begin to understand the life stories of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Esau we find that their pattern looks like a lot like ours-we are called, we mess up, and God continues to redeem us. Find out how your “messy family” fits into God’s family and how you are a part of God’s plan for the world. The Leader Guide contains everything needed to guide a group through the six-week study including session plans, activities, and discussion questions, as well as multiple format options.

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  • Gods Messy Family

    $14.99

    1. The Myth Of The Perfect Family
    2. Forever Young
    3. Pleading For Our Family
    4. Great Loss In The Family
    5. The Center For Modern Family Dynamics
    6. The Beauty Of Imperfection

    Additional Info
    Genealogy is, widely considered to be, one of the fastest growing hobbies in the U.S. We have become consumed with constructing our family tree in attempt to trace our lineage. Fortunately, the Bible does an excellent job helping us trace the ancestry of our faith family. Pastor and author Jacob Armstrong takes an in-depth look at our faith lineage focusing specifically on the messy family dynamics found in the book of Genesis. As we begin to understand the life stories of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Esau we find that their pattern looks like a lot like ours-we are called, we mess up, and God continues to redeem us. Find out how your “messy family” fits into God’s family and how you are a part of God’s plan for the world. Additional components for a six-week study include a DVD featuring pastor and author Jacob Armstrong and a comprehensive Leader Guide. Also available for your church is a helpful guide to small groups titled The Connected Life: Small Groups that Create Community. Chapters include: The Myth of the Perfect Family Forever Young Pleading for our Family Great Loss in the Family The Center for Modern Family Dynamics The Beauty of Imperfection

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  • Elijah Leader Guide

    $15.99

    Life is like a rollercoaster. One day it seems that everything in life is good, and the next day it can feel like everything is falling apart. Then there are those in between days when we’re coasting along without much thought to the highs or lows. The prophet Elijah experienced this rollercoaster ride as well. One moment he was hiding out in the wilderness during a famine, being fed by the ravens, and the next he was on the mountaintop where God showed up in a powerful way with fire and then rain. Even Elijah grew weary of all the ups and downs, telling God, “I have had enough” (1 Kings 19:4). He needed spiritual stamina in order to keep on going and fulfill all the plans God had for his life. We do too! In this six-week study grounded in 1 and 2 Kings, we will examine the life of the prophet Elijah, an ordinary man who did extraordinary things for God in the midst of the highs and lows of life. We’ll learn some of the spiritual stamina secrets that helped him to hold on and persevere in faith, including practical habits related to making decisions, caring for the soul, accepting his circumstances, mentoring, and finishing well-which was his ultimate legacy. Whether we’re currently in a mountaintop season where we’re experiencing God’s power and blessing, a valley season where we feel like running away, or somewhere in between, Elijah’s life will inspire us to go the distance in the life of faith. Best of all, his story will challenge us but not shame us, because we’ll discover that Elijah was just as human as we are. He doubted and struggled just as we do, but ultimately, he chose to believe God. As we study his life, we will grow in faith and develop spiritual stamina that will help us not only to survive but actually thrive in every season. The Leader Guide, to be used along with the study’s workbook and DVD, contains six session plan outlines, complete with discussion points and questions, activities, prayers, and more-plus leader helps for facilitating a group. Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Participant Workbook, DVD with six 20-25 minute sessions, and boxed Leader Kit (an all-inclusive box containing one copy of each of the Bible study’s components).

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  • Elijah Participant Workbook

    $17.99

    Life is like a rollercoaster. One day it seems that everything in life is good, and the next day it can feel like everything is falling apart. Then there are those in between days when we’re coasting along without much thought to the highs or lows. The prophet Elijah experienced this rollercoaster ride as well. One moment he was hiding out in the wilderness during a famine, being fed by the ravens, and the next he was on the mountaintop where God showed up in a powerful way with fire and then rain. Even Elijah grew weary of all the ups and downs, telling God, “I have had enough” (1 Kings 19:4). He needed spiritual stamina in order to keep on going and fulfill all the plans God had for his life. We do too! In this six-week study grounded in 1 and 2 Kings, we will examine the life of the prophet Elijah, an ordinary man who did extraordinary things for God in the midst of the highs and lows of life. We’ll learn some of the spiritual stamina secrets that helped him to hold on and persevere in faith, including practical habits related to making decisions, caring for the soul, accepting his circumstances, mentoring, and finishing well-which was his ultimate legacy. Whether we’re currently in a mountaintop season where we’re experiencing God’s power and blessing, a valley season where we feel like running away, or somewhere in between, Elijah’s life will inspire us to go the distance in the life of faith. Best of all, his story will challenge us but not shame us, because we’ll discover that Elijah was just as human as we are. He doubted and struggled just as we do, but ultimately, he chose to believe God. As we study his life, we will grow in faith and develop spiritual stamina that will help us not only to survive but actually thrive in every season. The participant workbook, to be used along with the study’s DVD, includes five days of lessons for each week, combining study of Scripture with personal reflection, application, and prayer. Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Leader Guide, DVD with six 20-25 minute sessions, and boxed Leader Kit (an all-inclusive box containing one copy of each of the Bible study’s components).

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  • Coloring Women Of The Bible

    $14.99

    e, and names you’ll encounter for the first time. In Coloring Women of the Bible, meet the diverse and remarkable women of the Old and New Testaments, called by God into lives of service. As you color the dozens of evocative illustrations by artist Natalie Turri, rejoice in the stories of these strong women shaping the destiny of generations to come. Rebekah, Priscilla, Bithiah, Achsah, Hagar, Salome. Begin coloring the women of the bible and discover your own reflection in their beautiful images!

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  • Psychology Of God

    $15.99

    The first book in the series “The Psychology of God,” deals with a substantial list of psychological subjects, through the wisdom hidden inside the biblical account of Haman. The book explores the deeper meanings concealed in the ten Hebrew names of the sons of Haman

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  • David The Great

    $19.99

    How much do you really know about the life of KING DAVID?

    He was a man of unwavering loyalty, great faith, and national vision.
    He was a Spirit-led poet with prophetic and Messianic insights who reached beyond the millennia.
    He was a musician whose lullabies could soothe a demon-haunted soul.
    He was a political leader strong enough to forge a single nation out of disparate tribes.
    But he was also an adulterer, a murderer, a mercenary raider, and a hated father.
    He caused suffering among his people with an act of hubris.
    He ordered the execution of his enemies on his deathbed.
    He enjoyed many wives and concubines.
    Most of all, he broke the laws of both God and man.

    Let’s just say, what you know about King David only scratches the surface.

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  • Psychology Of God

    $11.95

    In this concise but meaty book with a Bible-code spirit, the author shows how the Bible reveals that the translated Hebrew names of the Ten Sons of Haman, who were killed and then hung in the book of Esther, all correspond to sinful natures as described in Scripture.

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  • Paul Apostle Of Christ

    $17.00

    His Story Will Change the World, But Only If It’s Shared in Time

    Paul, Apostle of Christ is the story of two men. Luke, as a friend and physician, risks his life every time he ventures into the city of Rome to visit Paul, who is held captive in Nero’s bleakest prison cell. Before Paul’s execution, Luke resolves to write another book, one that details the beginnings of “the Way” and the birth of what will come to be known as the church. But Nero is determined to rid Rome of Christians.

    Paul has survived so much–floggings, shipwreck, starvation, stoning, hunger and thirst, cold and exposure–yet as he waits for his appointment with death, he is haunted by the shadows of his past. He wonders if he has been forgotten . . . and if he has the strength to finish well.

    Two men struggle against a determined emperor and the frailties of the human spirit in order to bequeath the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.

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  • Courageous Women Of The Bible

    $13.99

    Living courageously is not about mustering up willpower or forcing yourself to take one more step. It’s about choosing to draw near to God, no matter how stressed, exhausted, or fearful you feel. The eleven stories in these pages show how God uniquely positions women for success and equips you with the supernatural ability to live confidently no matter what.

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  • Eyewitness To Promise Abraham

    $12.99

    Abraham is among the best known men of the bible. There is not a single book in our scriptures written by Abraham and He did not speak any recorded prophesy. Yet, Abraham is known as the father of the Hebrew nation. It was through Abraham’s seed that all nations on earth have been blessed (Genesis 12:3) and God even refers to this historic man of faith as His friend (Isaiah 41:8). When Abraham was told to leave his country, his people, and his father’s household (Genesis 12:1), he obeyed, even though he had no idea where he was going (Hebrews 11:6). Though Abraham’s wife had been barren their entire marriage, when the Lord told the patriarch his offspring would be as numerous as the stars in the sky, Abraham chose to believe God, despite his circumstances. Abraham’s faith was credited to him as righteousness (Genesis 15:5-6). Through this study, you will watch the budding father of a nation question God’s plans, take matters into his own hands, and, at times, compromise truth. Like us, Abraham and his wife, Sarah, made mistakes along their journey with God, but Abraham learned to trust God more fully from each misstep. Abraham became a great man of faith. Through his story, you too, will develop unwavering faith as you gain a greater understanding of the covenant God made with Abraham and his descendants. You will find a greater sense of peace and security. For as a believer in Christ, you are Abraham’s spiritual descendant and an heir according to the promise (Galatians 3:29).

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  • Healed : How Mary Magdelene Was Made Well

    $16.95

    Mary Magdalene, first witness to Jesus’s resurrection, has been one of the most misunderstood of all the saints, maligned for centuries as a prostitute, despite there being nothing in the Bible to indicate anything of the sort. The Bible does say that Mary was possessed by demons, and that Jesus healed her. Today, we would call Mary’s problem not possession but a mental health condition.

    Author Kate Morehead says, “A saint is someone who walks ahead of us, guides us, and keeps us on the path to life . . . . For us, they are role models. Like us, they struggled and journeyed, but they drew closer and each one of them carved out a different path to God. “It is my hope and prayer that by telling the truth of her story, Mary Magdalene might take her rightful place as the guide for those of us who struggle with mental health issues (and if we are truly honest, that means each and every one of us) . . . . It is time for us to let her show us her beautiful, unique, and sometimes frightening path to true health. It is a path that leads directly to heart of God.”

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  • Hagar : Rediscovering The God Who Sees Me

    $15.99

    You are “The God Who Sees Me.”

    Discover a close relationship with God-no matter the pain or suffering in your life. Witness the depths of God’s compassion through the eyes of Hagar, a runaway slave who meets the living God in a desert of despair, where she gives Him the name El Roi, “The God Who Sees Me.” A largely forgotten Old Testament character, Hagar is actually one of only a few people who have ever spoken directly with the LORD.

    Through this seven week study, you will find that when you surrender your life into God’s hands, your trials and triumphs serve a magnificent purpose: to draw you into the arms of the faithful God who sees you.

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  • Martha Martha The Good Part

    $14.95

    Waverly Media Group Inc

    Eldest daughters are often misunderstood. Martha, Martha is the untold story behind this misunderstood eldest sister of the Bible; giving a voice to one of Jesus’ closest friends and followers. In addition, providing insight to the mindset of the eldest daughter which is rarely discussed in families.

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  • Martha Martha The Good Part

    $19.95

    Waverly Media Group Inc

    Eldest daughters are often misunderstood. Martha, Martha is the untold story behind this misunderstood eldest sister of the Bible, giving a voice to one of Jesus’ closest friends and followers. In addition, it provides insight to the mindset of the eldest daughter which is rarely discussed in families.

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  • Luke The Composer

    $49.00

    Prologue: The Synoptic Problem

    1. Reading Luke
    2. Luke’s Sonata
    3. Luke’s Sources
    4. Writing Luke
    5. Evaluating Luke

    Epilogue: A Synoptic Theory
    Appendix: Special Lukan Material
    Bibliography
    Index

    Additional Info
    The literary relationships among the Synoptic Gospels have long attracted scholarly attention which has now generally coalesced into the predominant Two- (or Four-) Source Hypothesis and leading alternatives, the Griesbach (or Two-Gospel) Hypothesis (Mark used Matthew and Luke) and the Farrer Hypothesis (Luke used Mark and Matthew). Thomas J. Mosb here argues that no theory of Synoptic relations is adequate unless it can satisfactorily explain the extensive middle third of Luke’s Gospel, the so-called Travel Narrative (9:51-19:27), where Luke departs from the order shown in either Matthew or Mark and assembles stories and sayings that develop themes concerning discipleship that are important to Luke. Mosb examines this narrative as a composed narrative, not merely an assembly of “materials,” and finds that Luke has reordered materials taken from Matthew and from Mark in a very particular manner. He then examines Luke’s purposes in the Gospel as a whole, then addresses objections raised by Q advocates to the hypothesis that Luke knew Matthew. At length Mosb offers his own hypothesis of Synoptic relationships, including the relationship between Matthew and Mark.

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  • Woman Overwhelmed Leader Guide

    $15.99

    As women, we often are overwhelmed by the demands and circumstances of life, resulting in stress, fear, worry, impatience, fatigue, frustration, and even depression. The truth is that we were created to be overwhelmed . . . not by life but by God! When we learn to be overwhelmed by God, the fruit in our lives goes from rotten to fragrant-filling our days with peace, hope, love, and joy. In this six-week Bible study, Hayley DiMarco walks us through the story of Mary, the mother of Jesus, who knew what it was like to be overwhelmed. As we explore Mary’s life-from the news that she would give birth to God’s Son to the day she witnessed his tragic death on the cross-we find ourselves on a journey from overwhelming joy to overwhelming sorrow and back again, learning along the way how to be consumed with the mission of God rather than the “mission of me.” Each week begins with an in-depth exploration of a part of Mary’s story, with the remaining days providing practical and biblical application related to a particular aspect of life that can make us feel overwhelmed. As we dig into Scriptures in both the Old and New Testaments, Hayley shows us how to find freedom by becoming overwhelmed instead with who God is-learning to “treasure in our hearts” what we know about God so that we can hold onto faith even when it seems that all is lost. Get ready to discover how to experience the overwhelming grace and love of God! The Leader Guide contains six session plan outlines, complete with discussion points and questions, activities, prayers, and more-plus leader helps for facilitating a group. Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Participant Workbook, DVD with six 20-25 minute sessions, and boxed Leader Kit.

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  • Woman Overwhelmed Participant Workbook

    $17.99

    As women, we often are overwhelmed by the demands and circumstances of life, resulting in stress, fear, worry, impatience, fatigue, frustration, and even depression. The truth is that we were created to be overwhelmed . . . not by life but by God! When we learn to be overwhelmed by God, the fruit in our lives goes from rotten to fragrant-filling our days with peace, hope, love, and joy. In this six-week Bible study, Hayley DiMarco walks us through the story of Mary, the mother of Jesus, who knew what it was like to be overwhelmed. As we explore Mary’s life-from the news that she would give birth to God’s Son to the day she witnessed his tragic death on the cross-we find ourselves on a journey from overwhelming joy to overwhelming sorrow and back again, learning along the way how to be consumed with the mission of God rather than the “mission of me.” Each week begins with an in-depth exploration of a part of Mary’s story, with the remaining days providing practical and biblical application related to a particular aspect of life that can make us feel overwhelmed. As we dig into Scriptures in both the Old and New Testaments, Hayley shows us how to find freedom by becoming overwhelmed instead with who God is-learning to “treasure in our hearts” what we know about God so that we can hold onto faith even when it seems that all is lost. Get ready to discover how to experience the overwhelming grace and love of God! The participant workbook includes five days of lessons for each week, combining stories from Hayley, study of Scripture with personal reflection, application, and prayer. Available components for the study, each available separately, include a Participant Workbook with five days of lessons per week, Leader Guide, DVD with six 20-25 minute sessions (with closed captioning), and boxed Leader Kit containing one of each component.

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  • Bible Sisters : A Year Of Devotions With The Women Of The Bible

    $16.99

    These Bible passages, reflections, and prayers will lead women through the Bible, from Eve to the women at the empty tomb and in the early church. Bible Stories: A Year of Devotions with the Women of the Bible is perfect for daily personal devotions or for small group discussions that explore women’s perspectives in the Bible. This volume is also an excellent companion resource to the CEB Women’s Bible (ISBN 9781609261887).

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  • Saint Paul

    $14.95

    St. Paul is one of the most important figures in Christian history. As Saul of Tarsus he vigorously persecuted Christianity, even collaborating in the death of Christianity’s first martyr, Stephen. His encounter with the resurrected Jesus on the road to Damascus changed Paul’s life, the Christian Church, and world history. More than anyone else in the early Church, Paul saw the universal nature of the Christian message. He became the “Apostle to the Gentiles” and the “Teacher of the Nations.” As the human author of half of the New Testament, Paul is a figure who cannot be overlooked by anyone who wants to understand Jesus Christ and Christianity.

    In this book, Pope Benedict XVI, a profound spiritual leader in his own right and a first-rate theologian and Bible commentator, explores the legacy of Paul. Pope Benedict follows the course of the Apostle’s life, including his missionary journeys and his relationship with the other apostles of Jesus such as St. Peter and St. James, and Paul’s martyrdom in Rome. Benedict also examines such questions as: Did Paul know Jesus during his earthly life and how much of Jesus’ teaching and ministry did he know of? Did Paul distort the teachings of Jesus? What role did Jesus’ death and resurrection play in Paul’s teaching? What are we to make of Paul’s teaching about the end of the world? What does Paul’s teaching say about the differences between Catholic and Protestant Christians over salvation and the roles of faith and works in the Christian life? How have modern Catholic and Protestant scholars come together in their understanding of Paul? What does Paul have to teach us today about living a spiritual life?

    These and other important issues are addressed in this masterful, inspirational, and highly-readable presentation of St. Paul and his writings by one of today’s great spiritual teachers, Pope Benedict XVI.

    “The Apostle Paul, an outstanding and almost inimitable yet stimulating figure, stands before us as an example of total dedication to the Lord and to his Church, as well as of great openness to humanity and its cultures.”
    –Pope Benedict XVI

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  • Impetuous Peter : From The Writings Of Ellen G. White

    $17.95

    Impetuous Peter is a compilation of Ellen G White’s writings on the life of Peter. These excerpts follow him through the early days of meeting Jesus, walking on water, his denial of Christ, prison, and final martyrdom. Each quote offers an in-depth look at Peter and teaches us more about Christ’s love and what it means to be a faithful follower.

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  • Womanist Midrash : A Reintroduction To The Women Of The Torah And The Thron

    $40.00

    Womanist Midrash is an in-depth and creative exploration of the well- and lesser-known women of the Hebrew Scriptures. Using her own translations, Gafney offers a midrashic interpretation of the biblical text that is rooted in the African American preaching tradition to tell the stories of a variety of female characters, many of whom are often overlooked and nameless. Gafney employs a solid understanding of womanist and feminist approaches to biblical interpretation and the sociohistorical culture of the ancient Near East. This unique and imaginative work that is grounded in serious scholarship will expand conversations about feminist and womanist biblical interpretation.

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  • Preaching The Women Of The Old Testament

    $25.00

    Take an in-depth look at over twenty fierce, faithful, and strong women featured in the Old Testament with Preaching the Women of the Old Testament. Inside this unique resource author Lynn Japinga interprets the stories of various biblical women, including Eve, Rebekah, Dinah, Tamar, Miriam, Deborah, Jael, Abigail, Bathsheba, and Vashti. Along with providing an interpretation, Japinga demonstrates how the character’s story has been read in Christian tradition and offers sermon ideas that connect contemporary issues to each story. This book is ideal for pastors who want to know more about the many women of the Old Testament and learn how to better incorporate them into their sermons.

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  • Successful Leaders Of The Bible

    $10.00

    The third book in a new series bringing the experiences of favorite biblical figures to the challenges of contemporary life.

    If you could drop biblical men and women into our world today, what kind of lessons might they teach you? In SUCCESSFUL LEADERS OF THE BIBLE, the Bible’s most exceptional leaders come alive in fictionalized form to help readers understand that the lessons God imparted in the Bible millennia ago are just as applicable today as they were then. For example, if David lived today and continued to chase after God, how might God help him rise to a position of great power just as he did eons ago? If Moses was alive, imagine how God might use him to advocate for others. These stories are perfect for those who want to better themselves and see biblical characters in a whole new light.

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  • Real Mary : Why Protestant Christians Can Embrace The Mother Of Jesus

    $17.99

    Would you like to meet the real Mary of Nazareth? The real Mary was an unmarried, pregnant teenage girl in first-century Palestine. She was a woman of courage, humility, spirit and resolve, and her response to the angel Gabriel shifted the tectonic plates of history.
    Popular biblical scholar Scot McKnight explores the contours of Mary’s life from the moment she learned of God’s plan for the Messiah to the culmination of Christ’s ministry on earth. Dismantling the myths and challenging our prejudices, the author introduces us to a woman who is a model for faith and who points us to her son.

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  • Paul Behaving Badly

    $18.00

    The apostle Paul was kind of a jerk. He was arrogant and stubborn. He called his opponents derogatory, racist names. He legitimized slavery and silenced women. He was a moralistic, homophobic killjoy who imposed his narrow religious views on others. Or was he? Randolph Richards and Brandon O’Brien explore the complicated persona and teachings of the apostle Paul. Unpacking his personal history and cultural context, they show how Paul both offended Roman perspectives and scandalized Jewish sensibilities. His vision of Christian faith was deeply disturbing to others in his day and remains so in ours. Paul behaved badly, but not just in the ways we might think. Take another look at Paul and see why this “worst of sinners” dares to say, “Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.”

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  • 31 Women Of The Bible

    $15.99

    31 Women of the Bible features 31 biblical character profiles, to include: Context, Scripture Reference, Character Summary, and Life Application Questions to help the reader discover who these biblical characters were and what we can learn from them today. Featuring a full-color interior with illustrations on every page and a unique concise format, this book can be used for daily study or carried in a purse, brief case, or backpack for reading on the go.

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  • When Momma Speaks

    $30.00

    Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder provides an engaging womanist reading of mother characters in the Old and New Testaments. After providing a brief history of womanist biblical interpretation, she shows how the stories of several biblical mothers-Hagar, Rizpah, Bathsheba, Mary, the Canaanite woman, and Zebedee’s wife-can be powerful sources for critical reflection, identification, and empowerment. Crowder also explores historical understandings of motherhood in the African American community and how these help to inform present-day perspectives. She includes questions for discussion with each chapter.

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  • Successful Women Of The Bible

    $15.99

    Does a modern woman need wealth to be successful? Beauty and fame? A certain number of Twitter followers? Patton believes that women of faith need wiser, worthier goals! Turning to stories in Scripture, she invites you to find inspiration in Deborah’s leadership, Esther’s courage, Miriam’s joy, Lydia’s business acumen, and more.

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  • Really Bad Girls Of The Bible

    $15.99

    In her best-selling book Bad Girls of the Bible, Liz Curtis Higgs breathed new life into ancient stories depicting eight of the most infamous women in scriptural history, from Jezebel to Delilah. Biblically sound and cutting-edge fresh, Bad Girls already has helped thousands of women experience God’s grace anew by learning more about our nefarious sisters.

    And there are more where they came from! With Really Bad Girls of the Bible, Liz reveals the power of God’s sovereignty in the lives of other shady ladies we know by reputation but have rarely studied in depth: Bathsheba, the bathing beauty. Jael, the tent-peg-toting warrior princess. Herodias, the horrible beheader. Tamar, the widow and not-so-timid temptress. Athaliah, the deadly daughter of Jezebel. And three ancient women whose names we do not know but who have much to teach us: the ashamed Adulteress, the bewitching Medium of En Dor, and the desperate Bleeding Woman.

    The eye-opening stories of these eight “Really Bad” women demonstrate one really life-changing concept: the sovereign power of God to rule our hearts and our lives with grace, compassion, and hope.

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  • Judges Of Israel Pamphlet

    $3.99

    Enjoy having an easy-to-understand overview of the judges of Israel! From Deborah and Samson to Samuel and Gideon, see how God called upon these 14 amazing individuals to deliver Israel from oppression. Features simple summaries, quick-reference charts, an Old Testament map, time line, and more!

    The judges of Israel weren’t what anyone would call “conventional” leaders. One had a violent temper. One was the son of a prostitute. Another a woman in a male-dominated society. What did they all have in common? God called these courageous, relentless, and passionate seekers of the Lord to liberate Israel and bring them back into a right relationship with him.

    Perfect for individual use, Bible studies, new believer’s classes, church giveaways, or to keep in your Bible to reference when someone has a question. Size: 8.5 x 5.5 inches, full color, glossy coating. Folds out to 38 inches. Fits in a Bible cover.

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  • Solve : Finding Gods Solutions In A World Of Problems

    $9.99

    Many people are good at pointing out problems. What if God’s people were among the few who are good at finding solutions? How would our world and our lives be different? This five-week study focuses on the person of Nehemiah in the Bible, who faced the difficult work of rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem after his people returned from exile. Confronted with this complicated task and the many dilemmas that came with it, Nehemiah chose not to dwell on his problems or to pursue his own answers. Instead, he sought God’s solutions, following God’s lead and trusting God’s purposes. God’s people today are called to do the same. In each chapter, Talbot Davis shows how Nehemiah’s experiences mirror the problems we face, as individuals and as a society. As you read this book, you will hear God’s call to be someone who finds solutions. You will see how you can follow in Nehemiah’s footsteps, building up your life and the world around you. You will be challenged not to focus on problems, but to seek God’s solutions and how you can help bring them about. This book is based on a sermon series Talbot Davis delivered at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church. Each chapter includes questions for reflection and discussion, a practical focus for the week, a closing prayer, and daily scripture passages to guide personal reading throughout the week.

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  • Faith Alone : Studies In Hebrews 11

    $13.99

    “You do not need a great faith, but faith in a great God.” Hudson Taylor

    The word “faith” is so often subject to personal interpretations in our Western culture. This book examines the biblical truth of faith in terms of its meaning and application. The great people of God from the Old Testament as listed in Hebrews 11 reveal that the secret of success was their faith in the Lord. This was not a vagueness but a relationship which tapped into God’s greatness and brought wonderful blessing. That faith can be exercised today by true Christian believers.

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  • Reformation Readings Of Paul

    $30.00

    Abbreviations
    Introduction: Jonathan A. Linebaugh

    Galatians And Martin Luther
    1. Martin Luther’s Reading Of Galatians: David C. Fink
    2. The Text Of Galatians And The Theology Of Luther: John M. G. Barclay

    Romans And Philipp Melanchthon
    3. Philipp Melanchthon’s Reading Of Romans: Robert Kolb
    4. The Text Of Romans And The Theology Of Melanchthon: Mark Seifrid

    Ephesians And Martin Bucer
    5. Martin Bucer’s Reading Of Ephesians: Brian Lugioyo
    6. The Text Of Ephesians And The Theology Of Bucer: Wesley Hill

    1 & 2 Corinthians And John Calvin
    7. John Calvin’s Reading Of The Corinthian Epistles: Michael Allen
    8. The Text Of 1 & 2 Corinthians And The Theology Of Calvin: Dane C. Ortlund

    The Letters Of Paul And Thomas Cranmer
    9. Thomas Cranmer’s Reading Of Paul’s Letters: Ashley Null
    10. The Texts Of Paul And The Theology Of Cranmer: Jonathan A. Linebaugh

    In Conclusion: The Story Of Reformation Readings: Gerald Bray
    Contributors
    Author Index
    Subject Index
    Scripture Index

    Additional Info
    Did the Protestant Reformers understand Paul correctly? Has the church today been unduly influenced by Reformation-era misreadings of the Pauline epistles? These questions-especially as they pertain to Martin Luther’s interpretation of the Pauline doctrine of justification-have been at the forefront of much discussion within biblical studies and theology in light of the New Perspective on Paul.

    But that leads to another question: Have we understood the Reformers correctly? With that in mind, these essays seek to enable a more careful reading of the Reformers’ exegesis of Pauline texts. Each chapter pairs a Reformer with a Pauline letter and then brings together a historical theologian and a biblical scholar to examine these Reformation-era readings of Paul. In doing so, this volume seeks a better understanding of the Reformers and the true meaning of the biblical text.

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  • Barrenness : Journey To Gods Divine Provision

    $30.95

    Five Hebrew matriarchs journey away from barrenness, shame, and disgrace, finally coming to fruitfulness. Through God’s grace, barren wives conceive and birth sons. In Abraham’s family, three generation of matriarchs are barren, and the seed is seemingly in danger of not being multiplied. The author shares the story of her season of spiritual barrenness and shows the connection between physical and spiritual barrenness, as well as the principles of fruitfulness that she learned.

    A monograph of a biblical character precedes each chapter to further the journey theme, and reflection questions follow each chapter to present opportunities for individual insight. For small group study, a Journey study guide provides a format for weekly or monthly sessions.

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  • Barrenness : Journey To Gods Divine Provision

    $13.95

    Five Hebrew matriarchs journey away from barrenness, shame, and disgrace, finally coming to fruitfulness. Through God’s grace, barren wives conceive and birth sons. In Abraham’s family, three generation of matriarchs are barren, and the seed is seemingly in danger of not being multiplied. The author shares the story of her season of spiritual barrenness and shows the connection between physical and spiritual barrenness, as well as the principles of fruitfulness that she learned.

    A monograph of a biblical character precedes each chapter to further the journey theme, and reflection questions follow each chapter to present opportunities for individual insight. For small group study, a Journey study guide provides a format for weekly or monthly sessions.

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  • Chorus Of Prophetic Voices

    $35.00

    While there are many textbooks about the prophetic literature, most have taken either a historical or literary approach to studying the prophets. A Chorus of Prophetic Voices, by contrast, draws on both historical and literary approaches by paying careful attention to the prophets as narrative characters. It considers each unique prophetic voice in the canon, in its fully developed literary form, while also listening to what these voices say together about a particular experience in Israel’s story. It presents these four scrolls-Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Book of the Twelve-as works produced in the aftermath of destruction, works that employ prophetic characters, and as the words uttered during the crises. The prophetic literature became for Israel, living in a context of dispersion and imperial domination, a portable and adaptable resource at once both challenging and comforting. This book provides the fullest picture available for introducing students to the prophetic literature by valuing the role of the original prophetic characters, the finished state of the books that bear their names, the separate historical crises in the life of Israel they address, and the “chorus of prophetic voices” one hears when reading them as part of a coherent literary corpus.

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  • Joseph Story : A Blessing Disguised As A Burden

    $16.99

    An in-depth yet readable look at the life of Joseph, his family, and God’s amazing plan. Loaded with practical lessons for anyone dealing with challenges, trouble, and unfulfilled dreams.

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  • Ruth : Rescued By The Redeemer

    $12.00

    Getting The Most Out Of Ruth
    1. Redeemer Rejected Judges 2:6-23-3:6
    2. A Radical Decision Ruth 1
    3. Newfound Hope Ruth 2
    4. A Bold Appeal Rewarded Ruth 3
    5. The Redeemer Acts Ruth 4:1-12
    6. An Improbable Ancestor Ruth 4:13-22; Matthew 1:1-6
    Leader’s Notes

    Additional Info
    In the book of Ruth we meet not only Ruth herself but other significant players who populate the drama: Naomi, Elimelech, Mahlon, Kilion, Orpah and Boaz. In addition there are a whole host of unnamed kinsmen, reapers, elders, neighbors. Like us, each of these characters in their own way needs the Redeemer who is foreshadowed here.

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  • Teen People Of The Bible

    $14.70

    God sees the real you. He knows you. And He wants to do thinks with your life you never dreamed possible! Throughout Scripture, extraordinary tales of real people give us examples of how to live- and how not to live. Many of these true stories are about people who are younger than you’d imagine. In Teen People of the Bible, you’ll investigate these stories- some good and some bad- all with real consequences. Now in an updated, easy-to-use size, Teen People of the Bible offers a new introduction, new resources, and an online tool for sharing God’s plan of salvation.

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  • Moses A Work In Progress

    $28.95

    This is a story. It is only a story. However, I have tried to make the story fit with the history surrounding the biblical account, along with other relative stories. This is an attempt to fill in details of an ancient story, so that it may be possible for the reader to visualize the life and development of one of our biblical heroes. Many times we think that perhaps God will just send us a “burning bush” experience and we will be ready to charge off into history doing great things for God. Yes, Moses had a burning bush experience and a spoken direction from God. And yes, he then led 2 million people out of slavery into freedom. But Moses was eighty years in training. It was not until he crossed the Red Sea that Moses began to live through a period of time that would afford his maximum learning experiences.

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  • Moses A Work In Progress

    $11.95

    This is a story. It is only a story. However, I have tried to make the story fit with the history surrounding the biblical account, along with other relative stories. This is an attempt to fill in details of an ancient story, so that it may be possible for the reader to visualize the life and development of one of our biblical heroes. Many times we think that perhaps God will just send us a “burning bush” experience and we will be ready to charge off into history doing great things for God. Yes, Moses had a burning bush experience and a spoken direction from God. And yes, he then led 2 million people out of slavery into freedom. But Moses was eighty years in training. It was not until he crossed the Red Sea that Moses began to live through a period of time that would afford his maximum learning experiences.

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  • Power And Politics In The Book Of Judges

    $44.00

    1. Introduction And Overview
    2. Power And Knowledge
    3. Power And Trust
    4. Power And Honor
    5. Power And Wealth
    6. Conclusions And Reflections

    Additional Info
    Power and Politics in the Book of Judges studies political culture and behavior in premonarchic Israel, focusing on the protagonists in the book of Judges. Although the sixth-century BCE Deuteronomistic editor portrayed them as moral champions and called them “judges,” the original bardic storytellers and the men and women of valor themselves were preoccupied with the problem of gaining and maintaining political power. These “mighty ones” were ambitious, at times ruthless; they might be labeled chiefs, strongmen, or even warlords in today’s world.

    John C. Yoder considers the variety of strategies the men and women of valor used to gain and consolidate their power, including the use of violence, the redistribution of patronage, and the control of the labor and reproductive capacity of subordinates. They relied heavily, however, on other strategies that did not deplete their wealth or require the constant exercise of force: mobilizing and dispensing indigenous knowledge, cultivating a reputation for reliability and honor, and positioning themselves as skillful mediators between the realms of earth and heaven, using their association with YHWH to advance their political, economic, or military agenda.

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  • All The Hope In The Bible

    $28.95

    A thread of hope runs all the way from Genesis to Revelation. You are mistaken if you think all the heroes you meet on the way were different from us. An almighty God takes ordinary people and proves that he is all-powerful, by picking leaders for his cause from the common masses. His power is made perfect in our weakness. That is how this eighty-year-old lady can write this book. Nothing is impossible with God!

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  • All The Hope In The Bible

    $11.95

    A thread of hope runs all the way from Genesis to Revelation. You are mistaken if you think all the heroes you meet on the way were different from us. An almighty God takes ordinary people and proves that he is all-powerful, by picking leaders for his cause from the common masses. His power is made perfect in our weakness. That is how this eighty-year-old lady can write this book. Nothing is impossible with God!

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  • Barnabas Vs Paul

    $21.99

    An encourager most don’t remember and an apostle many don’t like

    Who were Barnabas and Paul? Was Paul an angry loner, misogynist, legalist, and curmudgeon, or hero and martyr? Through point and counterpoint, the author unravels Paul’s message by looking at his relationship with Barnabas. The result is a fresh portrait of the Paul we only think we know and Barnabas an otherwise unheralded apostle.

    When the Church cannot condemn or kill a leader who upsets the status quo, it either canonizes the individual and controls his image (as with Paul) or pushes him off into relative obscurity (as with Barnabas). Paul and Barnabas started out as inseparable, close friends and colleagues until a conflict tore them apart. Barnabas of Cyprus faded into relative obscurity, while Paul of Tarsus became, apart from Jesus himself, the most influential figure in the history of Christianity and, arguably, the most maligned. By exploring their common journey, we can move beyond myths and assumptions. Theirs was a partnership that, quite literally, changed the world.

    The book contains study questions for individual or group study.

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  • Man After Gods Own Heart

    $11.95

    Made For Grace Publishing
    David was a man after God’s own heart . . .

    What does it mean to be someone “after God’s own heart?” David, King, psalmist and shepherd, gives us a picture with his own life.

    In many ways he is an extraordinary role model, a man who was fully human but exceeded expectations and pointed others towards God. While the other side of David is most ordinary showing a life filled with destruction, chaos, tragedy and his personal struggle with sin. How then did David become the national hero of God’s chosen people? Why is he the one character in the Bible described as “a man after God’s own heart?” David’s life offers hope to all of us. It shows that God can do extraordinary things through ordinary men and women. And David offers an insightful perspective on what it means to be truly a man, to become like David?men after God’s own heart.

    In this study David will delight and disappoint you. At times you will desire to be just like him while at others you will want to turn and run! The Life of David is one of the most colorful examples of manhood in all of Scripture. You will be introduced to select key characteristics of David’s life but unlike David, we have time to make our lives right before God and to lovingly lead our homes.

    This interactive study features eight weeks of individual study materials with a leader’s guide and suggested teaching plans at the back of the book.

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  • Gods Servants The Prophets

    $16.00

    God’s Servants, the Prophets covers the Israelite and Judean prophetic literature from the preexilic period. It includes Amos, Hosea, Isaiah, Micah, Zephaniah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Jeremiah, and Obadiah.

    All The Bible is an 8-volume basic biblical survey series that nurtures a better understanding of the message and background of the biblical writings. The general editor of the series is R. Alan Culpepper, Dean of the McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia.

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  • Joseph : A Life Of Providence Injustice And Forgiveness

    $13.95

    God’s providence is a key concept biblically, yet increasingly Christians do not comprehend this doctrine. Many in the church today are practical deists; they believe in God the creator, but consider him distant and largely uninvolved in the day to day events of their own lives. The life narrative of Joseph as found in the book of Genesis shows us clearly that God is involved in every event of our lives, just as he was in the life of Joseph. This involvement in Joseph’s life and in our own is through God’s providence. The Anglican theologian, J. I. Packer, tell us that “providence is a continual exercise of that same energy [the universe creating energy] where by the Creator…involves Himself in all events and directs all things to their appointed end. …Christians are never in the grip of blind forces; all that happens to them is divinely planned.” What this means is that God was involved and in control not only of Joseph’s rise to power in Egypt but also in the hard events of betrayal, slavery, false accusation and abandonment. These terrible events took Joseph by surprise but not his God. God’s providence brought suffering into the life of Joseph, but that suffering had a purpose. The results of the bitter drink of suffering ultimately saved many, including the young Hebrew nation. Joseph’s life shines a spotlight on the truth that God utilizes our afflictions to work his purposes in our lives and in the lives of others. We need this perspective that Joseph developed about his life. Joseph saw the hand of God, and because he did, he responded to his brother’s betrayal with forgiveness and grace, not vengeance. Forgiveness and grace is the way of the cross; it is the path we are called to walk as Christians.

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  • Unsung Women Of The Bible

    $10.00

    Undoubtedly, women play an important role in the lessons and stories found in the Bible. Sarah, Naomi, Esther, and Ruth are just a few of those who are known for their heroic actions and emulated for their humility and lineage to the Great King Christ Jesus. But, what of the unknown and even unnamed women? What role do they play?

    Naomi Elizabeth O. Joseph has pondered these questions and received inspiration from the Holy Spirit to write The Unsung Women of the Bible. In her Scripture-based book, Naomi shares the stories of the daughters, sisters, and wives of kings and leaders who made their mark on Christianity. She challenges her readers to learn from these great women to better themselves and their relationships with God and others, while reminding us all that we are precious in God’s sight and have a role to play in His plan for this world.

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  • Paul : Apostle And Fellow Traveler

    $32.99

    Covering the entire Pauline corpus the reader finds a man who was adept at persuasive arguments and providing theological answers to real and, often, thorny congregational issues. Readers have a keen understanding of Paul’s place in the early church, the relationship between church and synagogue, and the relationship between the teaching of Paul and that of Jesus. These discussions set Paul firmly within the church that existed before he joined, finding that he became an adherent to much that preceded him.

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  • Paul : Apostle And Fellow Traveler

    $39.99

    Covering the entire Pauline corpus the reader finds a man who was adept at persuasive arguments and providing theological answers to real and, often, thorny congregational issues. Readers have a keen understanding of Paul’s place in the early church, the relationship between church and synagogue, and the relationship between the teaching of Paul and that of Jesus. These discussions set Paul firmly within the church that existed before he joined, finding that he became an adherent to much that preceded him.

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  • Which Of The 31 Zechariahs Is Which

    $20.00

    An entirely new type of Bible handbook! Includes a listing of all 3237 Bible characters with brief biographies of each. Same-named characters are differentiated with subscripts and a free download file allows searches for even these same-named persons.

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  • 12 Unlikely Heroes

    $16.99

    John MacArthur reveals how God worked through ordinary people in some unexpected ways.

    Far from the children’s tales depicted in picture books and nursery rhymes, the men and women highlighted in the Bible were unnervingly real. They faltered. They struggled. And at times they fell short. Yet God worked through them in surprising and incredible ways to accomplish His purposes. Scripture does not hide their weaknesses, caricature their strengths, or spin their stories as a display of human nobility. Instead, it describes these heroes of the faith with unflinching honesty and delivers an unexpected ending: “God is not ashamed to be called their God” (Hebrews 11:16).

    In Twelve Unlikely Heroes, pastor and best-selling author John MacArthur uses his deep knowledge of the Bible and history to take us back to see these three-dimensional men and women in their own times and cultures. In doing so, it becomes clear how their dramatic stories apply to us today. People who might at first seem foreign quickly become familiar and unforgettable, particularly as they reveal the true Hero behind every witness, the power counterbalancing every weakness, “the Author and Finisher of our faith” (Hebrews 12:1).

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  • Eyewitness To Glory Moses

    $12.99

    Moses was an eyewitness to the glory of God. Despite his sometimes crippling sense of inadequacy, he was chosen to free the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. Moses’ encounters with our Lord enabled him to continue despite his personal sense of unworthiness and the many obstacles and hardships he experienced along the way. “He persevered because he saw Him who is invisible (Hebrews 11:27). As you see God move on behalf of His people during the Exodus, you will gain a greater revelation of His matchless power and holy character. The same God who was concerned about His people’s suffering in Egypt and used Moses to deliver them from their oppression, is mindful of the matters that weigh heavily upon your heart. He is concerned about your suffering (Exodus 3:7), and in His way, and in His time, He will come to your rescue as well. Through this study, you will follow Moses along his rough-and-tumble journey from his unlikely station as prince of Egypt to lonely fugitive and shepherd of his father-in-law’s flock. You will watch as the stammering, reluctant follower of God grows into one of the greatest leaders who ever lived. You will witness God’s active presence continually working on behalf of His people. Through Moses’ story, you will learn to discern God’s active presence continually working on your behalf as well. You, too, will become an eyewitness to His glory.

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  • All The Names In The Bible

    $19.99

    Includes every name found in the Bible, a pronunciation guide, the Greek or Hebrew meaning of the name, and a list of Scripture passages where the name is found.

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  • Dynamic Women Of The Bible

    $17.99

    Though we often focus more on the male heroes and villains in the Bible, the pages of Scripture are brimming with women who are edgy, strong willed, and controversial. Far from the stereotype of sweet and submissive, many women of the Bible steal the show despite being cast in the supporting roles. What parts did these women have in the vast family of God? What challenges did they face that we face even today? And what can we learn from them if we allow them to be the three-dimensional people they really were?

    In Dynamic Women of the Bible, the lives of more than fifty biblical women are summoned from their graves to live again by the author who brought you The Biographical Bible. Scripture references, biographical profiles, sidebars (featuring twenty additional women of the Bible), discussion questions, and life applications make this book perfect for small groups, Bible studies, book clubs, and personal reading.

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  • 52 Men Of The Bible

    $13.99

    Dig deeper into some of the men in the Bible. From Adam to Jesus, by way of prominent figures such as Samson and Paul, and shining a light on lesser known characters such as Bezalel and Achan, explore these men and how their example can affect your walk with Jesus.
    Who were they?
    What would they be like to meet here and now?
    How can we relate to them and learn from them?

    Carl Beech includes personal experience, testimonies and aims this new publication at men at all stages of their faith journey.

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  • 12 Disciples : 10 Studies For Individuals Or Groups

    $12.00

    Getting The Most Out Of The Twelve Disciples
    1 Andrew: Bringing Others To Jesus – John 1:35-42
    2 Simon Peter: Defending (and Rebuking) The Savior – Mark 1:16-20; 8:27-38
    3 Matthew: Drawing In The Outcast – Matthew 9:9-13
    4 James: Hating Our Enemies – Luke 9:51-56; Acts 12:1-2
    5 Philip: Learning To Trust – John 6:1-13
    6 John: Seeking To Be The Greatest – Matthew 20:20-28
    7 Thomas: Leaving Doubt Behind – John 20:19-29
    8 Nathanael: Developing Spiritual Insight – John 1:43-51
    9 Judas Iscariot: Turning Away – Matthew 26:14-30, 47-50; 27:1-10
    10 Three Others: Faithful To The End – Luke 18:18-34
    Leader’s Notes

    Additional Info
    Ten inductive Bible studies on Jesus’ twelve disciples.

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  • Man After Gods Own Heart

    $25.99

    Twice God says that in King David he had found ‘a man after my own heart’ (1 Samuel 1314, Acts 1322). David was one of God’s favourites. This was so despite David having sinned so deeply. What is encouraging is that the Lord continued to use David after his time of backsliding. David was a man with deep feelings. He was a poet and musician as well as being Israel’s greatest King and one of the greatest ever military leaders. David wrote that ‘the Lord confides in those who fear him’ (Psalm 2514). It is a great honour to have someone confide in you but to think that God would confide in a human being is amazing! David was someone with whom God chose to share his heart. If you wish to know what it is like to be confided in by God to become a person after God’s own heart too then this book will help you discover what such a relationship is like.

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  • Come Away With Me

    $15.49

    “The woman was given the two wings of a great eagle, so that she might fly to the place prepared for her in the desert, where she would be taken care of for a time, times and half a time, out of the serpent’s reach” (Revelation 12:14).

    “After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage each other with these words” (1 Thessalonians 5:17-18).

    “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. Two men will be in the field; one will be taken and the other left. Two women will be grinding with a hand mill; one will be taken and the other left” (Matthew 24:34-41).

    This book is not about prophecy, though we discuss a lot of it. This book is about a love affair with the true God of the Universe. All of our human relationships were designed by God to show us how to share love with Him in worship.

    Jesus is going to return soon to pick up His bride. The time is short. We are already supposed to be ready for Him. If you can feel that in your heart, then you are ready for this book. We will explore the Bible record of rescue for those who please the Almighty, and we will examine the prophetic implications for our times. Lord Jesus Christ, we are ready, we are willing, and we want to go with You!

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  • God Is Always At Work Even When You Do Not Know It

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    God is always at work! He moves in ways we do not comprehend. In the ancient Biblical story of Esther a most intriguing and fascinating narrative unfolds. A Jewish queen in a Persian empire and a wicked Persian king set the stage for one of the most challenging stories in ancient literature.

    The theme of this historical book usually surrounds Esther but the more this writer investigates the book there is a greater purpose. God is always at work even when we do not know it. God’s name is not mentioned in the book. Yet His presence and leadership is all through the book. When you and I face difficult challenges in life we may sense that God is not working and perhaps we wonder if he even cares. The story of Esther is one of the most comforting of Biblical books as the reader begins to sense the unique work of God. God not only cares but he is orchestrating events behind the scene. I pray that on finishing this volume readers will love and admire the God of Scripture in a new way.

    Often studies on Esther major on the characters. From the arrogant king to the magnificent queen there is intrigue and mystery. One person is unnamed. He is orchestrating the entire episode. He is the Almighty God.

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  • God Speaks We Listen

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    Most people spend lots of time praying, meditating and talking with God. Do we ever think about listening? Do we listen to God when he speaks to us? Nobody tells us how to do it. Listening takes practice but talking comes easy. We like the way our voice sounds, even when we pray. If we stop talking and start listening, God will speak to us. Just think about Samuel and Moses and Noah. Their lives changed dramatically when they listened to God. We should meet God on a regular basis, not only to talk with him but also to listen. “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalms 46:10). Being still is a key to listening. Being quiet is another. Both takes practice. Our busy lifestyle seems to hurry us along so fast we never have time to be still and be quiet. Many men in biblical times had this same problem, but when they learned to listen, God made amazing changes in their lives.

    God Speaks We Listen visits some of these men. They can teach us how to listen. God still speaks to us today, if we will only listen.

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  • Interpreting Abraham : Journeys To Moriah

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    Part I. Traditional Readings
    Part II. Modern Readings
    Part III. Post-Traditional Readings
    Part IV. Today

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    The text presents a collection of essays that reflect upon the narrative of God’s command to Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac in Genesis 22. It explores various readings of Abraham and the Akedah story throughout history, including traditional, modern, and postmodern readings, as well as through Jewish, Christian, and Islamic lenses.

    The book demonstrates the diversity of interpretations, and the dramatic impact of the story on the Western intellectual tradition.

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