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  • Resilient Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $21.99

    The human soul has a built-in yearning for joy and beauty and all good things. But that craving for life has taken a real beating in recent years. Between false promises of ease and comfort on one side and the sheer trauma of global disease and disasters on the other, people today are facing a shortage of peace, happiness and strength.

    In the Resilient video Bible study, bestselling author John Eldredge provides skills and tools to help participants strengthen their hearts and souls–and reveals a path toward genuine recovery and resilience provided by Jesus himself. Drawing on wisdom from scripture and Christian tradition, and illustrated throughout with powerful true stories of grit and survival, Resilient will help participants:

    *Recover from the trauma of recent world events and tap into the supernatural graces that God promises

    *Learn to be patient with themselves–genuine recovery from spiritual and emotional trauma takes time and intentionality

    *Create a plan–because resilience and victory aren’t going to come with a swipe on a home screen

    *Discover deep wells of freedom and strength through Christ, who lives within us

    Thriving requires a resilient soul. This study will help participants find the resilience they need when the world has gone mad–and discover in Jesus himself the strength that prevails.

    This study guide includes:

    *Individual access to streaming video sessions
    *A guide to best practices for leading a group
    *Video notes and a comprehensive structure for group discussion time
    *Personal study for deeper reflection between sessions

    Designed for use with Resilient Video Study, (sold separately).

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  • MasterLife Together Bible Study Book

    $23.75

    MasterLife has helped thousands of Christians progress in prayer, personal purity, living in the Word, sharing their faith, and other key disciplines. This updated version incorporates key components from the original but is written for a new generation of believers. The content is simple but comprehensive and is designed to be done with a small group over a three-month period. Exercises assigned throughout the week are often experiential and require participants to be vulnerable and reflect on every realm of their being-listening as the Holy Spirit reveals personal applications that will be shared in group sessions. (12 sessions)

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  • From Beginning To Forever Bible Study Book With Video Access

    $30.75

    Many Christians today are daunted by the Bible, seeing the size and scope of Scripture as intimidating and overwhelming. The result is often a fragmented understanding of parts of the Bible, which leads us to view it through the lens of our individual stories, primarily looking for different verses or passages to help us live our everyday lives. But, in our search for personal truth, we fail to see how the entirety of Scripture works together to show a bigger story-God’s work to redeem and restore the entire world.

    In From Beginning to Forever, Elizabeth Woodson guides you through the story of the Bible, showing how all 66 books combine to form one unified narrative. Weaving together the rich theological truths found in Genesis through Revelation, this 8-session study shows the eternal significance of what God is doing in the world and how he invites us to be a part of it.

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  • Creating Cultures Of Belonging

    $20.00

    With increasing interest from donors and board members to see faith-based, missional organizations reflect the diversity of God’s kingdom, these organizations desire to have women in positions of leadership. However, this proves difficult when the organizational culture is one that silences and even penalizes the unique giftings that women bring to the table.

    Many organizations still lack the ability to embody a new culture-what Beth Birmingham and Eeva Simard call a belonging culture. Such a culture is one where all employees are secure and recognized, where leaders seek productivity and connectivity, and where the organization is committed to supporting a diverse community of employees.

    Creating Cultures of Belonging offers solutions for leadership teams, board members, and managers that reshape organizational culture in ways that invite and celebrate gender equity. With practical steps to enhance mentorship opportunities, human resources practices, and management tactics, Beth and Eeva point a way forward by identifying the changes that need to be made to create a belonging culture.

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  • Uncommon Unity : Wisdom For The Church In An Age Of Division

    $29.99

    Our world is facing increasing hostilities. Political and cultural differences rage, even among people who otherwise show goodwill. And the church is no stranger to extreme polarization, theological backbiting, and political squabbling. Jesus’s prayer in John 17–that the church be one as he and the Father are one–seems increasingly unattainable.

    But what if Scripture actually provides the key for thinking about unity in diversity?

    In Uncommon Unity: Wisdom for the Church in an Age of Division, Richard Lints explores the nature of diversity and how Christians can think more clearly about unity in an increasingly polarized age. Drawing on theological, historical, and sociological resources, Lints exposes problems with the inclusion narrative of democracy and shows a better way forward for fostering unity in the midst of extreme diversity. If we are to think rightly about diversity, wisdom is required for the church in our late modern world. Through wisdom, Christians can display real unity in diversity and bear witness of the God who made them for himself as diverse members of his one body.

    Readers of Uncommon Unity will be heartened that Scripture and Christian tradition provide an antidote to division.

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  • Embracing Complementarianism : Turning Biblical Convictions Into Positive C

    $17.99

    It can be tempting to shy away from addressing the issue of gender roles in church because it’s often controversial. But this can result in churches either being increasingly influenced by secular culture or simply sticking with the status quo when it comes to what men and women do in church.

    Building on the belief that complementarianism is both biblical and positive, this book focuses on what these convictions look like in practice. Moving beyond the familiar discussions around and leaving room for variety in how readers implement these ideas, it will encourage a church culture where men and women truly partner together-embracing their privileges and responsibilities, and maximizing their gifts, in joyful service of God’s kingdom.

    This book provides a great opportunity for church leadership teams to think intentionally about complementarianism and how it manifests itself in their church context.

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  • Pastoral Friendship : The Forgotten Piece In A Persevering Ministry

    $12.99

    Friendship is a need that touches the deepest parts of the human soul. This is especially true in ministry. It is a need that is not simply rooted in enjoyment and companionship, but in the necessity to care well of one’s soul and survive a long-term ministry. This book seeks to persuade every modern pastor of the essential need of friendship. And not just any friendship, but a close, personal, intimate, and sacrificial pastor-to-pastor friendship that regularly turns each other’s gaze to Jesus.

    Friends and pastors, Michael Haykin, Brian Croft and James Carroll examine portraits of friendship in scripture and church history, before exhorting readers to modern pastoral friendships.

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  • Fruit Of The Spirit Bible Study

    $11.99

    Do you think you know the fruit of the Spirit? Think again! In this six-session Bible study, you will rediscover the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, faithfulness, kindness, goodness, self-control, and gentleness. Learn the context around Paul’s writings about the fruit, and hone in on each fruit understand fully what it means to keep in step with the Spirit. Full color visuals, thought-provoking questions, Bible passages for further reflection, and more will offer a deeper look into a familiar topic. Gain new insights as you focus on the power of the Holy Spirit at work in your life.

    *Cover all nine fruits of the Spirit in six sessions
    *Know the meaning and Greek word for each fruit
    *Biblical examples of spiritual fruit-filled lives
    *Fruit of the Spirit vs. acts of the flesh
    *”Fruitful” action steps anyone can do to walk in the Spirit
    *The who, what, where, when and why of Paul’s letter to the Galatians

    Rose Visual Bible Studies are packed with full-color visuals that show key information at a glance! With their easy-to-use format-read it, know it, explore it, and live it-these 6-week inductive studies are perfect for gaining a deeper insight into God’s Word.

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  • Prepare The Way For The Lord Leader Guide

    $14.99

    Prepare to receive Christ this Advent with the message of John the Baptist and best-selling author and pastor Adam Hamilton in Prepare the Way for the Lord.

    For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the story and message of John the Baptist in the weeks leading up to Christmas. In Prepare the Way for the Lord: Advent and the Message of John the Baptist, best-selling author and pastor Adam Hamilton explores the Advent themes of John’s life and ministry, and how John calls all followers of Jesus to prepare our hearts for his coming.

    In each of the Gospels, the story of Jesus is intertwined with that of his cousin John, the one whom the prophets foretold would come to “prepare the way of the Lord.” When we hear the message of John the Baptist, it makes us and our world ready to receive Christ.

    Chapter topics include:
    1. A People Prepared for the Lord
    2. God Is Gracious
    3. The Fruit of Repentance
    4. Witnesses Testifying to the Light

    Components for the four-week Advent study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions featuring Adam Hamilton.

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  • Prepare The Way For The Lord Large Print

    $20.99

    Prepare to receive Christ this Advent with the message of John the Baptist and best-selling author and pastor Adam Hamilton in Prepare the Way for the Lord.

    For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the story and message of John the Baptist in the weeks leading up to Christmas. In Prepare the Way for the Lord: Advent and the Message of John the Baptist, best-selling author and pastor Adam Hamilton explores the Advent themes of John’s life and ministry, and how John calls all followers of Jesus to prepare our hearts for his coming.

    In each of the Gospels, the story of Jesus is intertwined with that of his cousin John, the one whom the prophets foretold would come to “prepare the way of the Lord.” When we hear the message of John the Baptist, it makes us and our world ready to receive Christ.

    Chapter topics include:
    1. A People Prepared for the Lord
    2. God Is Gracious
    3. The Fruit of Repentance
    4. Witnesses Testifying to the Light

    Components for the four-week Advent study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions featuring Adam Hamilton.

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  • Faith Hope And A Sense Of Humor

    $10.95

    Catholic parishes are staffed by dedicated, passionate members of the laity who are underpaid and overworked but nevertheless continue to labor in the vineyard of the Lord. Whether you are on staff or a volunteer, faith, hope, and a sense of humor are crucial to surviving and thriving in parish ministry.

    Down-to-earth, candid, and funny, author Karen Baker has served for over a decade on the front lines of her parish, and she can empathize and commiserate with the day-to-day struggles, like when the toilets back up during Sunday Mass. This little book intends to offer a ray of hope and humor by reminding parish leaders that developing holy habits and clothing themselves in Christ can help them navigate the challenging and changing world of ministry.

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  • Holy And The Hybrid

    $21.99

    The digital reformation began Friday, March 13, 2020, when the President declared a national emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Church leaders quickly cobbled together virtual worship services, assuming faith communities would be apart for only a few weeks. As weeks stretched into months, however, leaders began to acknowledge that there was no going back to a previous normal, to a time of mostly in-person faith communities.

    In The Holy and the Hybrid: Navigating the Church’s Digital Reformation, Ryan M. Panzer helps church leaders develop hybrid ministries through aligning the shared mission of the church with the collective values of our tech-shaped culture. The goal of the book is to help build communities that serve as the hands and feet of Christ simultaneously online and offline.

    Church will be at its best, Panzer argues, when we begin our conversations on technology not with apps or IT infrastructure but with values. The more we embrace the value of collaboration in particular, the more missional our faith communities will become and the more effectively we will equip communities for faithful service.

    We take up this work, says Panzer, not for the sake of relevance or trendiness but for the sake of the gospel, not to promote institutional vitality but to form disciples. With his guidance, church leaders will feel confident coaching their communities through this time of great change.

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  • Confronting Jesus Book Study Guide And DVD

    $49.99

    Set of 3 Confronting Jesus Study Resources from Award-Winning Author Rebecca McLaughlin

    In Confronting Jesus: 9 Encounters with the Hero of the Gospels, Rebecca McLaughlin dives into the 4 New Testament biographies of Jesus. Providing biblical and historical context, she points to Jesus as a Jewish man, the Son of God, the promised King, a mighty healer, the greatest teacher, a lover of sinners, a suffering servant, a perfect sacrifice, and the universal Lord.

    This Confronting Jesus set equips small groups and Sunday school classes to explore these biblical truths together. Along with a copy of the book Confronting Jesus, the set comes with a companion study guide and DVD, hosted by McLaughlin, which features a 10-12 minute video lesson for every chapter of the book. The discussion questions in the study guide correspond to the video segments.

    Winsome and Informative: Mixes thorough research with an approachable writing style and cultural references to help readers grasp biblical truths

    *Approachable: McLaughlin’s explanation of the 4 Gospels is accessible to a wide range of audiences

    *Great for Apologetics and Evangelism: Presents the message of the gospel clearly and invites readers to study with a friend

    *Follow-Up to Rebecca McLaughlin’s Confronting Christianity: This set offers readers a next step and a helping hand as they explore who Jesus is

    *Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition

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  • Confronting Jesus Study Guide And DVD

    $34.99

    Explore Who Jesus Really Is with Study Resources from Award-Winning Author Rebecca McLaughlin

    In her book Confronting Jesus: 9 Encounters with the Hero of the Gospels, Rebecca McLaughlin dives into the 4 New Testament biographies of Jesus. Providing biblical and historical context, she points to Jesus as a Jewish man, the Son of God, the promised King, a mighty healer, the greatest teacher, a lover of sinners, a suffering servant, a perfect sacrifice, and the universal Lord.

    This Confronting Jesus study guide and DVD set equips small groups and Sunday school classes to explore these biblical truths together. In the Confronting Jesus Video Study, McLaughlin hosts one 7-10 minute teaching segment for each of the book’s 9 chapters, as well as an introduction and conclusion. Each of these lessons corresponds to discussion questions in the Confronting Jesus Study Guide.

    *Approachable: McLaughlin’s explanation of the 4 Gospels is accessible to a wide range of audiences

    *Great for Apologetics and Evangelism: Presents the message of the gospel clearly and invites readers to study with a friend

    *Part of the Confronting Jesus Product Suite: Can be used in conjunction with the Confronting Jesus book

    *Follow-Up to Rebecca McLaughlin’s Confronting Christianity: This set offers readers a next step and a helping hand as they explore who Jesus is

    *Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition

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  • Confronting Jesus Book And Study Guide

    $19.99

    Go Deeper into the Gospels with Study Resources from Award-Winning Author Rebecca McLaughlin

    In Confronting Jesus: 9 Encounters with the Hero of the Gospels, Rebecca McLaughlin dives into the 4 New Testament biographies of Jesus. Providing biblical and historical context, she points to Jesus as a Jewish man, the Son of God, the promised King, a mighty healer, the greatest teacher, a lover of sinners, a suffering servant, a perfect sacrifice, and the universal Lord.

    This Confronting Jesus book and study guide set is ideal for small groups and individuals looking to read the book and reflect further on the person and work of Christ. The study guide features discussion questions organized into 9 lessons, with each lesson covering a chapter from the book. This set can also be used in conjunction with the Confronting Jesus Video Study, sold separately.

    *Winsome and Informative: Mixes thorough research with an approachable writing style and cultural references to help readers grasp biblical truths

    *Approachable: McLaughlin’s explanation of the 4 Gospels is accessible to a wide range of audiences

    *Great for Apologetics and Evangelism: Presents the message of the gospel clearly and invites readers to study with a friend

    *Part of the Confronting Jesus Product Suite: Can be used in conjunction with the Confronting Jesus Video Study

    *Follow-Up to Rebecca McLaughlin’s Confronting Christianity: This set offers readers a next step and a helping hand as they explore who Jesus is

    *Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition

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  • John Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $24.99

    John 20:31 But these are written the stories about Jesus and the statements from Jesus of John, that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.

    The book of John is foundational to our relationship with Jesus. This eight-session study through the Gospel of John will uncover who Jesus is, His love for us, and invite us to respond. And, as we respond to the reality of God’s grace as demonstrated through the finished work of Jesus, we will find ourselves being shaped more into the likeness of Jesus, through the work of the Holy Spirit, in the community of faith, for the sake of the world.

    This study guide includes:

    *Individual access to eight streaming video sessions
    *Video teaching notes and group discussion questions
    *Personal study of Scripture and context
    *Scripture memory cards and coloring pages

    Designed for use with John Video Study (sold separately).

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  • Colossians Study Guide With DVD

    $49.99

    The 40 Days through the Book series has been designed to help believers more actively engage with God’s Word. Each study encourages participants to read through one book in the New Testament at least once during the course of 40 days (approximately 6 weeks of meetings) and will provide them with (1) a clear understanding of the background and culture in which the book was written, (2) insights into key passages of Scripture, and (3) clear applications and takeaways from the particular book that participants can apply to their lives. Each study will be recorded in the author’s place of residence and will highlight stories and applications that are relevant to his or her ministry in that area.

    In 40 Days through Colossians, author and pastor Jay Kim guides small-group members through Paul’s letter to the believers in Colossae, revealing what his words meant to his original readers . . . and how they apply to us today. Participants will be encouraged as they listen to Jay’s teachings and, though the accompanying study guide, challenged to read Colossians on their own during the forty days in the study.

    Sessions and run times include:

    1. The True Center (Colossians 1:1-29) (20:00)
    2. Broken Gauges (Colossians 2:1-15) (20:00)
    3. A Greater Reality (Colossians 2:16-23) (22:30)
    4. Constant Dissonance (Colossians 3:1-11) (20:30)
    5. The Right Attire (Colossians 3:12-4:1) (23:00)
    6. God Alone (Colossians 4:2-18) (21:00)

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  • Nelsons Preachers Sourcebook Apologetics Edition

    $26.99

    Plan a full year of sermons with Nelson’s Preacher’s Sourcebook.

    Inspiration doesn’t always have to come from the mountain top. God can just as easily use a resource like Nelson’s Preacher’s Sourcebook to give you fresh and new ideas for your sermons, small group meetings, and seasonal gatherings. With suggestions for creative outlines, scripture text, preaching techniques and historical notes, use this sourcebook as a jumping off point when talking to God about the message He wants you to deliver.

    This Apologetics Edition of Nelson’s Preacher’s Sourcebook has an emphasis on evangelism and includes a sermon series focusing on apologetics.

    Features include:

    *Sermons, creative outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year
    *Special articles focusing on evangelism
    *Worship helps, including hymns, prayers, and Scripture text
    *Inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques
    *Sermons of special occasions and holidays
    *Sermons and register pages for weddings and funerals

    With Nelson’s Preacher’s Sourcebook, you’ll have engaging content for every Sunday of the year that your congregation will not just listen to, but truly hear.

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  • Fan The Flame

    $24.99

    Churches across the country are floundering and many pastors are deeply discouraged. They work hard and with great sincerity but their efforts don’t seem to be helping their churches to flourish. Their congregations are split over political issues. Their faith is low. Finances are tight. Many leaders want to love their flocks, but find themselves in endless arguments with people they are trying to serve.

    The pressing need of our time, especially for leaders, is not to focus on transforming the culture, but on reviving the church. Yet sadly, when it comes to the work of ministry, few pastors turn to Scripture. Instead, they follow the latest church growth trends based on business models rather than the New Testament, and they become frustrated and disheartened when these fail.

    The first Christians had no money and no leverage. The Roman government opposed them at every turn. The Jewish establishment persecuted them. They had no buildings and no New Testament. Yet the church exploded, proving that the Gospel is built for the hardest of times.

    In Fan the Flame, New York Times best-selling author and pastor Jim Cymbala looks at the pressing need for spiritual leadership by focusing our attention on Acts 20–Paul’s farewell address to the Ephesian church. He examines how Paul led the church–so that we can follow his lead. Along the way, Jim includes stories from his own experience at The Brooklyn Tabernacle, a church he has led for more than forty years. He offers ground-level, faith-driven, nitty-gritty, biblically-wise advice that will encourage, inspire, and equip leaders in the church, wherever God has planted them.

    When leaders begin to understand and practice true spiritual leadership, they will find that their lives are transformed and they discover fresh energy and peace as God leads the way in building his kingdom. Filled with practical insights on developing a practice of prayer and leading others into the presence of God, Fan the Flame will help you to become the kind of leader God can use to reignite revival in today’s church.

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  • Help Is Here Study Guide With DVD

    $50.99

    The Holy Spirit is a mystery to many of us today. We understand the nature and character of God the Father. We have no problem comprehending Jesus as the Son. But the Holy Spirit? We tend to hem, haw, and search for words when trying to describe him and the work he does in our lives. Perhaps some of the challenge is found in the terms. We understand God as a Father. Jesus as a Son. But God as Spirit? The word itself is mystical.

    In this five-session video Bible study, bestselling author Max Lucado pulls back the curtain on the third member of Trinity. He shows how Jesus promised to send the Holy Spirit to his disciples because they needed to be equipped for the work he had in store for them. As he said to them, You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all of Judea, and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8 NKJV). Jesus knew they needed the Holy Spirit’s power–to make good choices, keep promises, silence voices of fear, and get on with life. Jesus promised to provide this power to his followers. He still promises to provide this power today.

    The Bible reveals that the Holy Spirit–far from being an impersonal force–is always close, always active, and always at work within our lives. He is our helper, teacher, empowerer, intercessor, peace-bringer, guider, anointer, convicter, and diviner giver of gifts. God has not left us vulnerable and defenseless. Rather, his vision for us includes a Companion with resilient strength. So no more walking this path alone! No more carrying weight we were not intended to bear! It’s time to enjoy the presence of the Holy Spirit and experience the life he offers. It’s time to tap into his power… and realize that help is here.

    This pack contains one study guide and one DVD.

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  • Prepare The Way For The Lord

    $19.99

    Prepare to receive Christ this Advent with the message of John the Baptist and best-selling author and pastor Adam Hamilton in Prepare the Way for the Lord.

    For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the story and message of John the Baptist in the weeks leading up to Christmas. In Prepare the Way for the Lord: Advent and the Message of John the Baptist, best-selling author and pastor Adam Hamilton explores the Advent themes of John’s life and ministry, and how John calls all followers of Jesus to prepare our hearts for his coming.

    In each of the Gospels, the story of Jesus is intertwined with that of his cousin John, the one whom the prophets foretold would come to “prepare the way of the Lord.” When we hear the message of John the Baptist, it makes us and our world ready to receive Christ.

    Chapter topics include:
    1. A People Prepared for the Lord
    2. God Is Gracious
    3. The Fruit of Repentance
    4. Witnesses Testifying to the Light

    Components for the four-week Advent study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions featuring Adam Hamilton.

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  • Vital Christian Community

    $28.95

    Twelve characteristics of healthy Christian communities and the congregational and personal practices that develop them.

    Congregations have been the bedrock of mainline Christian life and practice for centuries but in recent years many have dwindled in energy and impact. Leaders conclude that change is needed, that they can’t keep applying the same models and practices that have served in the past but no longer seem to work.

    At a time when all kinds of institutions are being buffeted by swift and strong cultural forces, Brochard and Newton believe the congregation to be a primary site for the transformation of individuals, communities, and the world and that the measures for congregational vitality begin with health, faithfulness, and effectiveness as local expressions of the Church.

    The authors offer readers insights into developing a sense of purpose, building trust, encouraging curiosity, becoming more collaborative, appreciating productive conflict, and other vital skills.

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  • Another Gospel Participants Guide

    $12.99

    Another Gospel? Participant’s Guide is a six-session workbook designed for use with the companion DVD experience (sold separately). Based on the book Another Gospel? by popular author, blogger, speaker, and worship leader Alisa Childers, this is a great resource for anyone wanting to explore the nuanced topic of progressive Christianity. Designed to be used with groups or individually, Another Gospel? Participant’s Guide will:

    *Help you challenge the persuasive message of progressive Christianity by examining popular messages found in progressive books, blogs, social media platforms, and scholarship

    *Teach you how to use discernment, think logically, and make biblically based observations

    *Lead you to discover how deep, thrilling, and humbling the true gospel is

    In a culture of endless questions, you need solid answers. If you or someone you love has encountered the ideas of progressive Christianity and isn’t sure how to respond, Alisa will show you how to determine-and rest in-what’s unmistakably true.

    (Don’t miss the companion Another Gospel? DVD Experience!)

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  • Church After Innovation

    $49.99

    Churches and their leaders have innovation fever. Innovation seems exciting–a way to enliven tired institutions, embrace creativity, and be proactive–and is a superstar of the business world. But this focus on innovation may be caused by an obsession with contemporary relevance, creativity, and entrepreneurship that inflates the self, lacks theological depth, and promises burnout.

    In this follow-up to Churches and the Crisis of Decline, leading practical theologian Andrew Root delves into the problems of innovation. He explores where innovation and entrepreneurship came from, shows how they break into church circles, and counters the “new imaginations” like neoliberalism and technology that hold the church captive to modernity. Root reveals the moral visions of the self that innovation and entrepreneurship deliver–they are dependent on workers (and consumers) being obsessed with their selves, which leads to significant faith-formation issues. This focus on innovation also causes us to think we need to be singularly unique instead of made alive in Christ. Root offers a return to mysticism and the poetry of Meister Eckhart as a healthier spiritual alternative.

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  • Church After Innovation

    $27.99

    Churches and their leaders have innovation fever. Innovation seems exciting–a way to enliven tired institutions, embrace creativity, and be proactive–and is a superstar of the business world. But this focus on innovation may be caused by an obsession with contemporary relevance, creativity, and entrepreneurship that inflates the self, lacks theological depth, and promises burnout.

    In this follow-up to Churches and the Crisis of Decline, leading practical theologian Andrew Root delves into the problems of innovation. He explores where innovation and entrepreneurship came from, shows how they break into church circles, and counters the “new imaginations” like neoliberalism and technology that hold the church captive to modernity. Root reveals the moral visions of the self that innovation and entrepreneurship deliver–they are dependent on workers (and consumers) being obsessed with their selves, which leads to significant faith-formation issues. This focus on innovation also causes us to think we need to be singularly unique instead of made alive in Christ. Root offers a return to mysticism and the poetry of Meister Eckhart as a healthier spiritual alternative.

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  • Confronting Jesus Study Guide

    $9.99

    Learn More about Christ as Revealed in the Gospels with This Study Guide Companion to Confronting Jesus

    In Confronting Jesus, Rebecca McLaughlin gives an accessible introduction to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, explaining what each book reveals about Jesus and how it is relevant to life today. This companion study guide sparks further discussion about the historical and biblical facts in each chapter, helping readers better understand the Gospels. The Confronting Jesus Study Guide-ideal for individuals, small groups, and churches-is an engaging invitation to learn more about the person and work of Christ.

    *In-Depth Look at the Gospels: Gives readers biblical and historical context for the first 4 books of the New Testament

    *Accessible Evangelism Resource for Churches: Helps pastors and leaders facilitate small-group discussion around the book’s biblical truths and call to faith

    *Part of the Confronting Jesus Suite of Resources: Can be used in conjunction with the Confronting Jesus book and Confronting Jesus Video Study

    *Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition

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  • Confronting Jesus : 9 Encounters With The Hero Of The Gospels

    $14.99

    Award-Winning Author Rebecca McLaughlin Explores Who Jesus Really Is in This Follow-Up to Confronting Christianity

    Jesus is the most famous human being in all of history. But while many people have a basic sketch of Jesus in their minds, comparatively few have taken time to read the four biographies of his life in the New Testament Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

    In Confronting Jesus, Rebecca McLaughlin shares important biblical context to help all readers see why the Gospels should be taken seriously as historical documents. Exploring eyewitness testimony about Jesus, McLaughlin points to him as a first-century Jewish man who is the Son of God, King of the Jews, mighty healer, greatest teacher, lover of sinners, suffering servant, perfect sacrifice, and universal Lord. This follow-up to her first book, Confronting Christianity, helps readers understand the message of the Gospels and explore who Jesus really is. Individuals and groups can work through the book together with the Confronting Jesus Study Guide and the Confronting Jesus Video Study.

    *Winsome and Informative: Mixes thorough research with an approachable writing style and cultural references to help readers grasp biblical truths

    *Great for Apologetics and Evangelism: Presents the gospel clearly and invites readers to study with a friend

    *Companion Resources for Personal and Small-Group Study: Confronting Jesus Study Guide and Confronting Jesus Video Study also available

    *Follow-Up to Rebecca McLaughlin’s Confronting Christianity: This book offers readers a next step and a helping hand as they explore who Jesus is

    *Accessible: Assuming neither knowledge of the Bible or belief on the part of her readers, McLaughlin provides a clear explanation of the 4 Gospels

    *Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition

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  • Workers For Your Joy

    $19.99

    David Mathis Examines the Qualifications and Calling of Church Leaders for a New Generation of Congregants and Leaders

    We live in an age increasingly cynical about leadership-some of it for good reason, much of it simply the mood of our times. Still, the risen Christ continues the counter-cultural work he’s done for two millennia: he appoints leaders in his church-not as a burden, but as a gift to his people. “He gave . . . the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry” (Ephesians 4:11-12).

    What is the nature, calling, and work of local church leadership? Pastor and seminary professor David Mathis considers the elder qualifications in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1 not only as prerequisites but as daily necessities to carry out joyfully. This accessible guide aims to serve current and aspiring pastors and elders, as well as church members who want to know the expectations for their leaders and how to pray for them. From the words of Christ to Peter and Paul and Hebrews, the New Testament casts a vision for church leaders that is good news to churches and leaders alike: joyful workers for the joy of their people.

    *Great Training for Current and Aspiring Pastors and Elders: Expands on the nature and work of local church leadership through the framework of its qualifications in 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9, and other passages

    *Useful for the Whole Church: Aims to help full-time pastors, lay elders, deacons, and seminary students, as well as church members eager to explore the true nature of leadership in the church and to pray intentionally for their own pastors

    *Explains 15 Virtues Church Leaders Should Pursue: Mathis shares Spirit-given competencies that Christian leaders can draw upon week in and week out to do the work to which Christ has called them

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  • Sermons On The Song Of Songs Volume 2

    $29.95

    Taking up Saint Bernard’s unfinished sermon-commentary, Gilbert ruminates on verse 3:1-5:10 in forty-eight sermons, leaving the task to be finished by John of Ford.
    This volume contains sermons 16 through 32.

    To encounter a person who makes holiness attractive is an enviable experience. Such a person was Gilbert of Hoyland, abbot of the Cistercian monastery of Swineshead in Lincolnshire, a friend of Aelred of Rievaulx, and the continuator of the sermons on the Song of Songs begun by Bernard of Clairvaux.

    When the great saint of Clairvaux died in 1153, his sermon commentary had reached only the first four verses of chapter three of the Canticle. Gilbert took up the task, but left the commentary unfinished at his death. It was brought to completion by another English abbot, John of Ford.

    Those who know and admire Bernard’s eloquence and contemplative insight will enjoy making the acquaintance of his successors. While conscious of continuing Bernard’s work and remaining true to his spirit, they infused their sermons with their own personalities and shared their own rich experiences of God. As Lawrence C. Braceland says in his introduction to this first English translation of Gilbert’s work, ‘Gilbert is an experience. He has found the Beloved.’

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  • Help Is Here Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $21.99

    The Holy Spirit is a mystery to many of us today. We understand the nature and character of God the Father. We have no problem comprehending Jesus as the Son. But the Holy Spirit? We tend to hem, haw, and search for words when trying to describe him and the work he does in our lives. Perhaps some of the challenge is found in the terms. We understand God as a Father. Jesus as a Son. But God as Spirit? The word itself is mystical.

    In this five-session video Bible study (DVD/digital downloads sold separately), bestselling author Max Lucado pulls back the curtain on the third member of Trinity. He shows how Jesus promised to send the Holy Spirit to his disciples because they needed to be equipped for the work he had in store for them. As he said to them, “You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all of Judea, and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8 NKJV). Jesus knew they needed the Holy Spirit’s power-to make good choices, keep promises, silence voices of fear, and get on with life. Jesus promised to provide this power to his followers. He still promises to provide this power today.

    The Bible reveals that the Holy Spirit-far from being an impersonal force-is always close, always active, and always at work within our lives. He is our helper, teacher, empowerer, intercessor, peace-bringer, guider, anointer, convicter, and diviner giver of gifts. God has not left us vulnerable and defenseless. Rather, his vision for us includes a Companion with resilient strength. So no more walking this path alone! No more carrying weight we were not intended to bear! It’s time to enjoy the presence of the Holy Spirit and experience the life he offers. It’s time to tap into his power… and realize that help is here.
    Designed for use with Help Is Here Video Study (sold separately).

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  • Wonder Of Advent Bible Study Book With Video Access

    $25.00

    More than any other time of year, Christmas brings with it an undeniable sense of wonder and awe.

    The Advent season gives us the opportunity to delight in the promises we celebrate at Christmas: the HOPE that Jesus will return and make all things new; the JOY that comes from worshiping Him today and for eternity; the PEACE we experience with God today and we long for our world to experience when it is redeemed; and the LOVE of a God who sacrificed His own Son to be in relationship with us.

    In The Wonder of Advent, spend a week considering each of the themes of Advent-hope, joy, peace, and love. Each week you’ll trace that theme throughout Scripture by looking at: 1) an Old Testament prophecy; 2) a scene from the Christmas story; 3) a moment from Jesus’s earthly ministry; 4) a teaching of Jesus; and 5) a promise from Revelation. When your eyes are opened to these threads in Scripture, you’ll stand in awe of the glory and love of God, and you’ll be motivated to share the wonder of Advent with the world.

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  • Unjust Steward : Wealth, Poverty, And The Church Today

    $25.00

    In the ancient heart of Christianity is a deep longing for God’s reversal of rich and poor. Its depiction of the righteous poor and oppressive rich and God’s preferential option for the least of these continues to represent something new, countercultural, and strange, both in ancient Rome and today.

    Author Miguel Escobar grounds the discussion of wealth and poverty in the teachings of Jesus, weaving in the words of early church leaders and his own personal experience.

    The Unjust Steward presents a compelling case for a profound overhaul in the way the church and its people value the poor and transform into servants of God instead of stewards of wealth.

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  • Fighting Your Battles Workbook

    $9.99

    Your Victory Starts with the Battle

    Dive deeper into Jonathan Evans’s Fighting Your Battles DVD series with this helpful companion workbook. As you engage with well-known battles from the Bible, you’ll gain a soul-deep understanding of what it means to remain spiritually triumphant no matter what hardships you face.

    This Scripture-focused six-week journey will help you surrender your struggles, desires, and fears to God and lead you to approach challenges in reliance on His power rather than your own sufficiency. As you read, you will:
    *discover biblical encouragement, hope, and wisdom for everyday living
    *rejoice in the incredible ways God continually works to give you what’s best
    *celebrate the praiseworthy examples of spiritual strength demonstrated in the

    Being on God’s side means you’re always on the winning team! The Fighting Your Battles Workbook will help you grow in your daily approach to faith as you find victory in every circumstance.

    Also Available:
    Fighting Your Battles
    Fighting Your Battles DVD

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  • Faithful : Christmas Through The Eyes Of Joseph

    $16.99

    Explore the life of Joseph, the earthly father of Jesus Christ

    From his beginnings as a humble carpenter to his all-important role as the earthly father of Jesus Christ, Joseph’s place in the nativity story is sometimes overlooked but contains valuable lessons for all of us. Join Adam Hamilton as he examines Christmas through the eyes of Joseph. Absent from much of the biblical narrative, Joseph never spoke a word, but his courageous actions were crucial to the birth of Christ and God’s salvation plan for humanity.

    As you read this book, you will understand how Joseph’s story is much like our own. In life, we encounter circumstances that we would never have chosen for ourselves. At times it can be tempting just to walk away. Joseph provides us a great example of humbly obeying God even when we don’t understand and faithfully moving forward in the strength that God provides.

    Exchange your doubt for courage this Advent and Christmas season.The story of Joseph provide us a great example of humbly obeying God even when we don’t understand and faithfully moving forward in the strength that God provides.

    Additional components for a four-week adult study include a comprehensive Leader Guide and a DVD featuring author and pastor Adam Hamilton. Chapter topics include:

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  • Fresh Expressions Of The Rural Church

    $19.99

    Cultivate “fresh expressions of church” in your rural congregation with Fresh Expressions of the Rural Church by Tyler Kleeberger and Michael Beck.

    Congregations became the hub of rural lifefor a time. The place where people gathered not only on Sundays to hear a sermon but to help each other work the land, break bread, and form deep relationships. The rural church was the place where they found a community that could sustain them through the joys and struggles of life with the land. In many ways, a rural church expressed the essence of church in general: To be the guiding hand into the life of a place.

    After disruptions from agriculture, industrialization, and technology, many rural churches (like the people around them) feel forgotten. Has urbanization made life outside the urban sprawl irrelevant? Can rural congregations struggling to survive find hope and new life? If so, can healthy rural churches catalyze a different future for the world?

    Tyler Kleebergerand Michael Beck think so. They have served rural congregations for over a decade, Michael in North Central Florida and Tyler in Northwest Ohio. They have discovered the potential and beauty of life and faith in the rural setting. The ageing congregations they serve(in declining rural communities) found ways to cultivate “fresh expressions of church” with people who call rural simply “home”. They serve contexts in the often forgotten, wild places of our contemporary world.

    This book includes breakthrough stories from the diversity of rural contexts across the US. It lays out a fresh theology for rural life and offers principles for harnessing the potential of what some consider the forgotten spaces.

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  • Angels Of Christmas Leader Guide

    $14.99

    Explore the four angelic visits surrounding the birth of Jesus with Susan Robb in Angels of Christmas, a four-week Advent study.

    Angels of Christmas: Hearing God’s Voice in Advent, a four-week Advent study by Susan Robb, explores the four angelic visits surrounding the birth of Jesus with Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds. In this study, the reader will explore the visits and dive deep into the history of the angel Gabriel-and other angels-in the Old Testament. Angels of Christmas uses these four angelic appearances to discuss God’s presence in history and our lives today. The messages of the angels hold meaning for listeners both then and now.

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  • Angels Of Christmas

    $16.99

    Explore the four angelic visits surrounding the birth of Jesus with Susan Robb in Angels of Christmas, a four-week Advent study.

    Angels of Christmas: Hearing God’s Voice in Advent, a four-week Advent study by Susan Robb, explores the four angelic visits surrounding the birth of Jesus with Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds. In this study, the reader will explore the visits and dive deep into the history of the angel Gabriel-and other angels-in the Old Testament. Angels of Christmas uses these four angelic appearances to discuss God’s presence in history and our lives today. The messages of the angels hold meaning for listeners both then and now.

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  • American Presbyterians And Revival Study Guide

    $15.00

    The church today must navigate a rapidly changing world. Amid a divided culture, many Christians face the mounting pressure to compromise their biblical convictions in the name of unity. Others, concerned by the church’s diminishing influence in society, suggest it’s time to make significant changes to worship and evangelism. We’re not the first to face these challenges. In this teaching series, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey takes us back to another period of volatile transitions: nineteenth-century America. Showing how Reformed and Presbyterian Christians navigated theological controversies, cultural tensions, and even civil war, these messages demonstrate how the church of Jesus Christ can shine as a light in dark and difficult circumstances.

    Video Teaching Series Study Guide Features:

    *Lesson Objectives
    *Message Outline
    *Study Questions
    *Discussion Questions
    *Suitable for individual or group study.

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  • Revelation Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $22.99

    What if God is saving the best for last?

    Of all the books of the Bible, Revelation is the one that mystifies and unsettles people the most. From numerical signs to monsters, the book of apocalypse in the Bible can be difficult to wrap our minds around, but the message that Revelation really brings is hope.

    In this six-session video Bible study (video streaming included), Bible teacher and author Margaret Feinberg digs into John’s Revelation to show us how the final book of the Bible reminds us of God’s power and promises during times of great suffering and persecution.

    This study guide has everything you need for a full Bible study experience, including:

    *The study guide itself–with discussion and reflection questions, video notes, and a leader’s guide.

    *An individual access code to stream all six video sessions online (you don’t need to buy a DVD!).

    *Scripture memory cards and coloring pages.

    In this study you will:

    *Uncover the supernatural power of Jesus’ names and titles.
    *Be equipped with tactics on how to overcome the wily ways of the enemy.
    *Discover how to triumph through the blood of the lamb and the word of your testimony.
    *Learn that, though life is not always fair, Jesus is NOT finished.

    John, the author of the book of Revelation, was blessed to see what each of us longs to know, and he gave us a descriptive and poignant expression of the place, the end, and the eternity that God has promised to us. God has indeed saved the best for last, and in Revelation’s pages he gives us the one thing we all long for–hope, extravagant hope.

    Watch on any device!

    Streaming video access code included. Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2027. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

    –Beautiful Word Bible Study Series–

    What book of the Bible do you turn to for wisdom about the situation you find yourself in? Where do you go for words of comfort when you’re feeling overwhelmed, lost, or frustrated in life?

    The Beautiful Word Bible Study series makes the Bible come alive in such a way that you know where to turn no matter where you find yourself on your spiritual journey. Featuring celebrated authors and teachers, like Margaret Feinberg and Jada Edwards, each guide is a creative and illuminating journey thr

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  • Formation For Mission

    $29.99

    Helping the next generation live for Christ

    As Christian adolescents develop into adults, they face unique questions and challenges. But this stage of life also provides unique opportunities for all who care about the spiritual flourishing of the next generation. Created in partnership with the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center, Formation for Mission empowers those who interact with teenagers and young adults. Gathering wisdom from a diverse variety of veteran teachers and weaving together research–informed social, theological, and practical insights, each chapter examines essential features in the missional development, formation, and contexts of young people. Questions for reflection and discussion move the conversation forward.

    Each generation is commissioned to pass the faith on to the next and help them live for Christ, enter congregational life, and engage in Christian mission. With cultural awareness and sensitivity to the challenges of today, Formation for Mission offers hopeful advice to those who are invested in supporting the spiritual thriving of emerging adults.

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  • You Are Sent Study Guide With Leaders Notes

    $16.99

    As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you these were the parting instructions Jesus left his followers. Our life-changing relationship with Christ comes with a new, life-changing “sent” identity. Learn how the Spirit that sends us fills us with God’s heart to share the gospel with those near and far. In this nine-week study, discover God’s passion for local and global mission and be empowered to make Jesus known everywhere you go. Meet with others and learn about God’s glorious redemption plan for you and all peoples of the earth, his deep love for the nations, and your place in expanding the kingdom of God. Being on mission is not a just one facet of following Jesus it’s part of our gospel DNA. Published in partnership with Serge, You Are Sent is adaptable and flexible for each church’s need and accessible for every member. The study includes detailed leader’s notes and an easy-to-use format suitable for a classroom, small group, or in one-on-one discipleship. Also included is a QR code for accessing slides and visuals to use in a teaching format.

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  • Ezra And Nehemiah Study Guide With Leaders Notes

    $16.99

    The story of Ezra and Nehemiah plays out against a backdrop of ruins. There’s a ruined city, a ruined house of worship, ruined homes–ruined life with God. As is often the case in our own lives, the wreckage was largely their own fault. Their path to rebuilding, at its core, was a journey back to God. As you study Ezra and Nehemiah with Iain Duguid, you too will be encouraged to return to the God who is always faithful.

    Duguid dives into lamenting sin, facing opposition, faithfully worship, and battling discouragement. This study will renew your joy in the Lord and encourage you to turn away from your own way and toward God, ultimately discovering Jesus is the one who rebuilds and brings new life where there is ruin and decay.

    This small group guide with leader’s notes includes ten in-depth lessons that include discussion questions, a short article to read, and a practical application section that can be used for one-to-one discipleship, small group, or large group settings.

    Ezra and Nehemiah: Rebuilding What’s Ruined is part of The Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series published in partnership with Serge. Each book in the series examines how the gospel story is revealed throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

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  • Isaiah Study Guide With Leaders Notes

    $16.99

    Did you know that the prophet Isaiah preached the gospel? The central message of Isaiah is a simple message–God saves sinners. Through a study of Isaiah, Jonathan Gibson guides participants in savoring the basics of the gospel that we need to remember daily: we need saving. We need God every day. Isaiah reminds us again and again that our hope is not in ourselves–it’s in turning from our own way and turning to God in faith.

    Isaiah: Good News for the Wayward and Wandering will challenge you to reorient your life to truly love what is good and just and merciful, experiencing an inward change of purpose, turning away from sin and toward godliness and dependency on Christ.

    This small group guide with leader’s notes includes ten in-depth lessons that include discussion questions, a short article to read, and a practical application section that can be used for one-to-one discipleship, small group, or large group settings.

    Isaiah: Good News for the Wayward and Wandering is part of The Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series published in partnership with Serge. Each book in the series examines how the gospel story is revealed throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

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  • Anatomy Of A Revived Church

    $14.99

    There is hope. God can save your church.

    In this book, Thom Rainer reveals seven findings of revived churches. Through new research, he figuratively dissects hundreds of churches that were on the path toward death. But they turned around. They revitalized. They did so in the face of facts and naysayers who told them it could not be done. Today, three out of four churches are declining in our nation, and twenty percent of churches are close to death. What are the secrets of the churches who avoided this fate and experienced revival?

    In Anatomy of a Revived Church, Thom will show you how these churches experienced renewal. He will cover everything from “expanding the scorecard” to “dealing with toxins” to “choosing meaningful membership.” When you finish reading this book, you will have the tools to strengthen, restore, and energize your church.

    You can choose life for your church.

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  • Beauty And Power Of Biblical Exposition

    $23.99

    The Sacred Duty and Delight of Handling the Word of God

    In order to understand, appreciate, and faithfully preach the word of God, pastors must discern the literary nature of the Bible. Instead of just acknowledging the various genres of Scripture, pastors and teachers should allow these genres to influence how the text is approached and communicated. In The Beauty and Power of Biblical Exposition, they will learn how to both read and preach the Bible as a literary anthology.

    To accomplish this, Douglas Sean O’Donnell and Leland Ryken teach pastors how to faithfully preach while keeping the original authors’ intentions in mind, helping them grow in their craft and love for God’s word. They explain how to read 6 genres-including narratives, parables, epistles, poetry, proverbs, and visionary writings-for the purpose of captivating congregations with the richness of Scripture.

    *Written for Pastors: Especially young pastors or those just out of seminary
    *Practical: Contains guides, tables, and examples to help develop sermons
    *Heartfelt: Written with the desire for pastors to learn and grow as communicators

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  • Amos Bible Study Book With Video Acces

    $30.75

    Amos is often called a prophet of doom. And when you begin to read his prophecy, it doesn’t take long to realize that nickname fits. On the surface, his prophecy doesn’t sound like a happy formula for the good life. However, every condemnation he gives serves as an invitation, a cry for us to “seek God and live” (Amos 5:4). You’ll be invited to live assured, faithful, chosen, humble, justly, prayerful, and hopeful. This kind of living will bring us and others around us peace and true prosperity.

    Amos is promoting the God life, and, the God life is the good life!

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  • Spurgeon The Pastor

    $17.99

    How would you get more than 5,000 people to show up at your church?

    Almost every pastor feels the pressure to get people in the doors. More people means more success, more stability, and more godly influence, right? Often, in their zeal for fruit and growth, pastors and church leaders adopt worldly mechanisms for church growth that end up undermining the very call God has given them.

    Charles Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, was a pastor to well over 5,000 people in a day long before “mega-churches” were the norm. But you might be surprised to know that Spurgeon’s vision for ministry was not pragmatic. He did not borrow “best practices” from the business leaders of his day. Rather, his ministry vision was decidedly, staunchly biblical and theological in nature-and it was a ministry vision we ought to adopt more than a century later.

    In Spurgeon the Pastor, Geoff Chang, director of the Spurgeon Library at Midwestern Seminary, shows how Spurgeon models a theological vision of ministry in preaching, baptism and the Lord’s supper, meaningful church membership, biblical church leadership, leadership development, and more.

    Don’t get caught up in worldly methods to pursue ministry growth. Follow the example of the Prince of Preachers, and entrust your ministry to the sovereignty of the Prince of Peace.

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  • Everyday Connections Year A

    $40.00

    This volume provides a full fifty-two weeks of devotional material based on the Revised Common Lectionary for Year C. Drawing from the insightful Bible commentaries in the Connections series, each week of offerings also includes scriptural and literary readings, lectio divina, spiritual practices, questions for journaling, and a prayer. This resource has been crafted with mainline, lectionary preachers and lay leaders in mind, both to supplement their planning for the week and to feed their souls in the midst of the work of ministry. Individuals and small groups will find their faith deepened through regular contemplation and devotional insight.

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  • Everyday Theology Teen Girls Bible Study Book

    $21.00

    Theology is the study of God, what He has done, is doing, and will do in the world. And it’s not just for those with formal education or those who work at your church. It’s for you in your everyday moments, questions, and decisions. It’s for the big and little, the exciting and mundane. Our theology is the basis of our faith and touches every part of our existence.

    In this 8-session study, teen girls will explore the essential doctrines of Scripture, God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, humanity, salvation, the church, and the end times to know God more deeply through these foundational truths.

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  • Colossians Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $19.99

    The 40 Days through the Book series has been designed to help believers more actively engage with God’s Word. Each study encourages participants to read through one book in the New Testament at least once during the course of 40 days (approximately 6 weeks of meetings) and will provide them with (1) a clear understanding of the background and culture in which the book was written, (2) insights into key passages of Scripture, and (3) clear applications and takeaways from the particular book that participants can apply to their lives. Each study will be recorded in the author’s place of residence and will highlight stories and applications that are relevant to his or her ministry in that area.

    In 40 Days through Colossians, author and pastor Jay Kim guides small-group members through Paul’s letter to the believers in Colossae, revealing what his words meant to his original readers . . . and how they apply to us today. Participants will be encouraged as they listen to Jay’s teachings and, though the accompanying study guide, challenged to read Colossians on their own during the forty days in the study.

    Sessions and run times include:

    1. The True Center (Colossians 1:1-29) (20:00)
    2. Broken Gauges (Colossians 2:1-15) (20:00)
    3. A Greater Reality (Colossians 2:16-23) (22:30)
    4. Constant Dissonance (Colossians 3:1-11) (20:30)
    5. The Right Attire (Colossians 3:12-4:1) (23:00)
    6. God Alone (Colossians 4:2-18) (21:00)

    Designed for use with 40 Days Through the Book: Colossians Video Study (sold separately).

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  • Unwavering Pastor : Leading The Church With Grace In Divisive Times

    $16.99

    Leadership is hard. Pastoring through divisive times is even harder. How do we lead well when criticized? How do we keep loving the church when hurt by her? What does it look like to remain committed to the gospel in cultural division?

    Seasoned pastor Jonathan Dodson comes alongside struggling pastors and ministry leaders to guide them into the comfort of Christ. But he doesn’t stop there. Full of wisdom drawn from 2 Timothy, this book will equip you to lead the church with grace, charity and spiritual power through divisive times.

    Great for pastors and ministry leaders who need encouragement and insight, or are wrestling with their calling. Makes a thoughtful gift.

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  • Preaching To A Divided Nation

    $39.99

    We live in angry times. No matter where we go, what we watch, or how we communicate, our culture is rife with division and polarization. Unfortunately, Christians appear to be caught up in the same animosity as the culture at large. While our faith calls us to Christian unity, the hard fact remains: our churches are tragically divided across class, ethnic, gender, and political lines. As these social chasms grow–both inside and outside the church–the role of the preacher becomes paramount.

    This book issues a prophetic call to pastors to use the influence of their pulpits to promote reconciliation and unity in their churches and communities. Two scholar-practitioners who are experts in homiletics and reconciliation present a practical, 7-step model that empowers faithful leaders to bring healing and peace to their fractured churches and world. The book includes questions for reflection, salient illustrations, and an accountability covenant. It also includes useful appendixes on preaching themes, preaching texts, and sample sermons from three leading preachers: Ralph Douglas West, Rich Villodas, and Sandra Maria Van Opstal.

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  • Saving Your Church From Itself

    $29.99

    As a coach and mentor to hundreds of pastors, Chris Sonksen has had a front-row seat to the unfortunate outcomes when a team member begins to drift from the vision of the church and the leader they serve. But the good news is, these situations never come out of left field. There are always warning signs that, if heeded, allow church leaders to rise to the challenge of keeping their team healthy, unified, and moving forward together.

    In this powerfully practical book, Sonksen unpacks six subtle behaviors that undermine team unity and lead to problems that can derail your ministry and even split your church, including:

    – pride
    – artificial harmony
    – isolation
    – a critical spirit
    – divisiveness
    – disrespect

    Beyond merely identifying the problems, this book offers you a blueprint for what to do when you see or feel evidence of these behaviors creeping into team dynamics.

    Alignment of vision and purpose doesn’t happen by accident, and it isn’t maintained without careful attention and proactive strategies. But with Chris Sonksen’s help, you can save your church from itself.

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  • Preaching To A Divided Nation

    $24.99

    We live in angry times. No matter where we go, what we watch, or how we communicate, our culture is rife with division and polarization. Unfortunately, Christians appear to be caught up in the same animosity as the culture at large. While our faith calls us to Christian unity, the hard fact remains: our churches are tragically divided across class, ethnic, gender, and political lines. As these social chasms grow–both inside and outside the church–the role of the preacher becomes paramount.

    This book issues a prophetic call to pastors to use the influence of their pulpits to promote reconciliation and unity in their churches and communities. Two scholar-practitioners who are experts in homiletics and reconciliation present a practical, 7-step model that empowers faithful leaders to bring healing and peace to their fractured churches and world. The book includes questions for reflection, salient illustrations, and an accountability covenant. It also includes useful appendixes on preaching themes, preaching texts, and sample sermons from three leading preachers: Ralph Douglas West, Rich Villodas, and Sandra Maria Van Opstal.

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  • Saving Your Church From Itself

    $16.99

    As a coach and mentor to hundreds of pastors, Chris Sonksen has had a front-row seat to the unfortunate outcomes when a team member begins to drift from the vision of the church and the leader they serve. But the good news is, these situations never come out of left field. There are always warning signs that, if heeded, allow church leaders to rise to the challenge of keeping their team healthy, unified, and moving forward together.

    In this powerfully practical book, Sonksen unpacks six subtle behaviors that undermine team unity and lead to problems that can derail your ministry and even split your church, including:

    – pride
    – artificial harmony
    – isolation
    – a critical spirit
    – divisiveness
    – disrespect

    Beyond merely identifying the problems, this book offers you a blueprint for what to do when you see or feel evidence of these behaviors creeping into team dynamics.

    Alignment of vision and purpose doesn’t happen by accident, and it isn’t maintained without careful attention and proactive strategies. But with Chris Sonksen’s help, you can save your church from itself.

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  • How To Lead A Healthy Small Group

    $16.99

    This book shares all you need to know to lead a healthy small group.

    You have agreed to head up a small group in your church. Now what? How to Lead a Healthy Small Group is your complete guide to managing a small group effectively. From dealing with conflict to knowing how to direct difficult discussions, this book will be an invaluable resource to you as you lead your small group and encourage it to thrive.

    In this book, Pastor Kevin Mills:

    *explores the characteristics of a healthy small group and many of the issues you will face as a leader;

    *explains how to address common issues that arise in small groups; and

    *offers insights into how to equip your members to love God and love one another.

    This book includes the biblical basis for a small group ministry, inspirational stories, encouragements, creative ideas, and informative steps on how best to minister to your group members.

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  • Understanding The Bible As A Whole

    $16.99

    Everything you need to grasp God’s big picture in Scripture so you can dive deeper into each book of the Bible.

    Every single word in the Bible is powerful and purposeful. But too often we can be guilty of thinking that the details of God’s plan for us must be buried in obscurity somewhere in the vastness of the Bible–as if we’re missing God because we missed that tiny iota subscript in the original Greek. What if it is the opposite? What if our daily purpose, our next step tomorrow, our discernment in the moment comes from a broad understanding of God’s revelation in the Bible? When you grasp God’s Word holistically, your life begins to make more sense each and every day. In this book, Sam Rainer will help you:

    *Understand God’s big picture as revealed in the Bible
    *Explore the major themes of Scripture
    *Know quickly and easily the subject and purpose of each book of the Bible

    See the entire masterpiece instead of focusing on the brushstrokes. Understand the broad themes that occur from Genesis to Revelation to find God’s purpose and plan for your life.

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  • Storyteller 2 Hebrews Bible Study Book

    $28.00

    The Book of Hebrews makes a simple request-consider Jesus. Throughout the letter, the author systematically works through key themes and characters in the Bible and points out how Jesus is better than all of them. You may be wondering about the same things yourself. This Bible study will help you understand Hebrews in light of the fuller story of Scripture, so you can see that Jesus is more than worthy of your consideration. (6 sessions)

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  • Lead Like It Matters Workbook

    $19.99

    It has been rightly said that Jesus is the hope of the world. While we can never argue against the importance of the power of the risen Son of God, it is also true that the local church is the hope of the world. After all, the church is the body of Christ. Jesus manifested himself through the church. And we, as the church, are chosen and called by God to be light in the darkness and give hope to the hopeless.

    For this reason, it is critical for the body of Christ–both pastors and laypeople alike–to learn how to lead like it matters. In this study guide, which accompanies the book of the same name, pastor and bestselling author Craig Groeschel shares what he has learned in more than twenty-six years of leading LifeChurch. The church began in a borrowed two-car garage, with ratty furnishings and faulty audiovisual equipment, but people were drawn there because they sensed a powerful, life-changing force that Craig calls it. While exactly what it is can be difficult to define, Craig reveals seven factors that contribute to it (or at least don’t kill it):

    Sessions include:

    1. Vision
    2. Divine Focus
    3. Unmistakable Camaraderie
    4. Innovative Minds
    5. Willingness to Fall Short
    6. Hearts Focused Outward
    7. Kingdom-Mindedness

    Craig also unpacks three important realms that every leader must master: (1) prioritizing mindset over model, (2) creating systems that empower it, and (3) finding a balanced way to lead to stay centered around it. While adopting these seven factors and realms will not guarantee a church will have that it factor, it will certainly lead that church toward it. It will help all of us lead like it matters.

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  • When Narcissism Comes To Church

    $18.00

    Why does narcissism seem to thrive in our churches? We’ve seen the news stories and heard the rumors. Maybe we ourselves have been hurt by a narcissistic church leader. It’s easy to throw the term around and diagnose others from afar. But what is narcissism, really? And how does it infiltrate the church? Chuck DeGroat has been counseling pastors with Narcissistic Personality Disorder, as well as those wounded by narcissistic leaders and systems, for over twenty years. He knows firsthand the devastation narcissism leaves in its wake and how insidious and painful it is. In When Narcissism Comes to Church, DeGroat takes a close look at narcissism, not only in ministry leaders but also in church systems. He offers compassion and hope for those affected by its destructive power and imparts wise counsel for churches looking to heal from its systemic effects. DeGroat also offers hope for narcissists themselves–not by any shortcut, but by the long, slow road of genuine recovery, possible only through repentance and trust in the humble gospel of Jesus.

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  • Storyteller 1 Exodus Bible Study Book

    $28.00

    Exodus is the Rosetta Stone for unlocking the Old Testament and the thread of redemption throughout Scripture. In this new series designed to tell the fuller story of Scripture, participants will walk through the first 15 chapters of Exodus. You’ll relive the experience as God hears the cries of His people and responds by sending a deliverer, ultimately giving us a pattern for recognizing His work in the world. (6 sessions)

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  • Breakthrough : Creating A New Scorecard For Group Ministry Success

    $17.99

    A church without discipleship is just a gathering.

    It is an important distinction that many pastors and leaders have known for years. In leading their churches well, pastors have provided a trustworthy curriculum, enlisted gifted teachers, and have made sure to offer times for members to gather and fellowship with each other. However, amid all these gatherings, one question kept popping up among leaders, “How do we know if what we are doing is working?”

    Over the years, leaders have tied to answer this question with numbers. If people attended these groups and seemed to enjoy the material, then they must be finding success. Ken Braddy, the director of Sunday School for Lifeway Christian Resources, felt that there had to be better a way to measure what matters. In Breakthrough, Ken guides leaders to measure their groups by observing if they are discipling each other, if they are caring for others in and outside of their group, and if they are engaging in acts of service. Breakthrough offers a new scorecard for leaders to not only track the progress of their groups but measure their success.

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  • Church Communications : Methods And Marketing

    $17.99

    Why does a church’s online presence matter? Expert church communication and marketing strategist Katie Allred outlines how churches can continue advancing the gospel and reach more people using new methods of communication. Designed for pastors, church leaders, and volunteers, Church Communications guides the reader through practical steps a church can take to strengthen their digital footprint. Allred gives guidelines for a range of issues from creating marketing strategy, designing branding, how to set up and run social media, and more. All churches are storytellers on a mission, and new digital mediums play a vital role in the life and growth of the church.

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  • Big Picture Leader Guide

    $14.99

    Connect the dots of triumph and trauma in your life to discover God’s presence by studying the story of Joseph in Genesis.

    The story of Joseph teaches us to see the big picture. For many of us, life can feel like a scattering of random events. The various choices, opportunities, or even pain we experience seem to have no real purpose or connection. Our souls wonder: Is that just a coincidence? Does this have a purpose? Is any of this connected at all? But, if we pay attention to God’s work, our lives tell a different story: A dot of God’s grace here. A dot of God’s presence and protection there.

    When we look closely, connecting the dots, we discover that our lives are not a series of disconnected events, but a story in which God is weaving what seems random into a beautiful image of joy, survival, purpose, and meaning. In The Big Picture: Seeing God’s Dream for Your Life, a five-week study based on the story of Joseph in Genesis, authors Nicole and Jevon Caldwell-Gross take a closer look at the life of Joseph to discover God’s presence in moments of triumph and trauma, and help us begin connecting the dots in our own lives.

    Components for the five-week study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions.

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  • Jesus Revealed Leader Guide

    $14.99

    Discover Jesus’ character through the “I Am” statements in Jesus Revealed by pastor and author Matt Rawle.

    The Gospel of John is deeply symbolic, and the “I am” statements of Jesus characterize the rich imagery we find in it. In Jesus Revealed: The I Am Statements in the Gospel of John, Matt Rawle brings out the meaning of each of these symbolic statements of Jesus in his creative, engaging style. For each statement, Rawle shows us its meaning within the Gospel of John, its resonance within the whole biblical narrative, and what it calls us to do today as disciples of Jesus.

    Chapter topics include:
    1. I am the bread of life (John 6:48)
    2. I am the light of the world (John 8:12)
    3. I am the good shepherd (John 10:11)
    4. I am the resurrection and the life (John 11:25)
    5. I am the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6)
    6. I am the true vine (John 15:1)

    Components for the six-week study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions featuring Matt Rawle.

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  • Signs And Wonders Leader Guide

    $14.99

    Explore the miracles of Jesus in Signs and Wonders with Amy-Jill Levine, Professor of New Testament studies and Bible study author.

    In Signs and Wonders: A Beginner’s Guide to the Miracles of Jesus, Amy-Jill Levine explores selected miracles of Jesus in historical and theological context. For each miracle, she discusses not only how past witnesses would have understood the events, but also how today’s readers can draw meaning from Jesus’s words and actions.

    Chapter topics include:
    *Giving sight to the blind: Metaphors of understanding (Mark 8, John 9)
    *”Take up your pallet and walk” (the paralyzed man): On the role of caregivers
    *A bleeding woman and a dead girl: The importance of women’s bodies
    *Walking on water and stilling the storm: Ecological readings of the Gospels
    *The feeding of the 5,000 (or more): The centrality of bread
    *The raising of Lazarus: Taking death seriously

    Components for the six-week study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, and DVD/Video sessions featuring Amy-Jill Levine.

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  • Signs And Wonders

    $16.99

    Explore the miracles of Jesus in Signs and Wonders with Amy-Jill Levine, Professor of New Testament studies and Bible study author.

    In Signs and Wonders: A Beginner’s Guide to the Miracles of Jesus, Amy-Jill Levine explores selected miracles of Jesus in historical and theological context. For each miracle, she discusses not only how past witnesses would have understood the events, but also how today’s readers can draw meaning from Jesus’s words and actions.

    Chapter topics include:
    *Giving sight to the blind: Metaphors of understanding (Mark 8, John 9)
    *”Take up your pallet and walk” (the paralyzed man): On the role of caregivers
    *A bleeding woman and a dead girl: The importance of women’s bodies
    *Walking on water and stilling the storm: Ecological readings of the Gospels
    *The feeding of the 5,000 (or more): The centrality of bread
    *The raising of Lazarus: Taking death seriously

    Components for the six-week study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, and DVD/Video sessions featuring Amy-Jill Levine.

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  • Calling Of Eve

    $16.99

    A solid biblical foundation for women in local church ministry, grounded in a celebration of women of the Bible.

    In The Calling of Eve, Jacki C. King explores what God has accomplished through the unique talents and contributions of women of the Bible, drawing inspiration and lessons for all women in ministry today. From the beginning pages of Scripture to contemporary ministries across the globe, women have had a vital and active role in the story of redemption. Jacki reminds and challenges women in every season of life to uncover their distinct design, purpose, and mission for the glory of God.

    Jacki has spent years in many ministry settings, serving others and pointing people to God. In this book, she highlights and celebrates the contributions, gifts, and strengths that women display as image bearers of God, and she paints a vivid picture of women surrendered to God’s calling in their lives.

    You will be inspired to follow in the footsteps of the courageous women of faith that Jacki honors in this book.

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  • Potential And Power Of Prayer

    $16.99

    Why is it a struggle to pray? Respected professor, speaker, and pastor Dr. Chuck Lawless explores the power of a praying church and how it can transform your ministry.

    Through prayer, we have access to the all-powerful living God. Even so, too many of us are tempted to start our days prayerless and feeling alone. How can this be? We can’t afford to be so negligent, because whether we realize it or not we all face a high-stakes spiritual battle when we step out into our communities. In The Potential and Power of Prayer, Chuck Lawless:

    *illustrates how churches need to take prayer seriously in order to grow;

    *explores how Jesus and the early church depended on God through prayer;

    *explains how prayer is essential to preparing for spiritual battles; and

    *guides church leaders in establishing the priority of prayer and a thriving prayer ministry in their churches.

    God chooses to move among Christians who humbly come to him in prayer; who depend on him for strength and guidance.

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  • Lead Like It Matters

    $28.99

    Discover the secret to igniting a life-giving, soul-transforming, people-inspiring movement in your organization, church, or ministry.

    New York Times bestselling author Craig Groeschel is the founding and senior pastor of Life.Church, an innovative multisite church known around the world and an organization that Glassdoor has named a #1 U.S. Best Place to Work. But it didn’t happen by accident. In 1996, a handful of congregants worshipped together in a two-car garage. Today, the church welcomes tens of thousands of attendees in multiple states across the country and globally at Life.Church Online.

    Lead Like It Matters presents Groeschel’s transformative insights on how to effectively build a thriving, enduring ministry and organization. Using his skills as a top leader, he combines straight-talk and wry honesty with biblical and leadership principles to equip you with the tools to:

    *Recognize when your organization or ministry has the indefinable but tangible it that leads to success

    *Identify and implement seven leadership principles for a church that lasts

    *Ignite a fire in your team to leave behind what we’ve always done for the meaningful ministry you know is possible

    *Discover the three areas every leader must master for success

    Lead Like It Matters reveals the secret for building ministry momentum and then keeping it going.

    *This is a completely revised and updated version of the book previously published as It.

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  • Big Picture : Seeing God’s Dream For Your Life

    $16.99

    Connect the dots of triumph and trauma in your life to discover God’s presence by studying the story of Joseph in Genesis.

    The story of Joseph teaches us to see the big picture. For many of us, life can feel like a scattering of random events. The various choices, opportunities, or even pain we experience seem to have no real purpose or connection. Our souls wonder: Is that just a coincidence? Does this have a purpose? Is any of this connected at all? But, if we pay attention to God’s work, our lives tell a different story: A dot of God’s grace here. A dot of God’s presence and protection there.

    When we look closely, connecting the dots, we discover that our lives are not a series of disconnected events, but a story in which God is weaving what seems random into a beautiful image of joy, survival, purpose, and meaning. In The Big Picture: Seeing God’s Dream for Your Life, a five-week study based on the story of Joseph in Genesis, authors Nicole and Jevon Caldwell-Gross take a closer look at the life of Joseph to discover God’s presence in moments of triumph and trauma, and help us begin connecting the dots in our own lives.

    Components for the five-week study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions.

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  • Jesus Revealed : The I Am Statements In The Gospel Of John

    $16.99

    Discover Jesus’ character through the “I Am” statements in Jesus Revealed by pastor and author Matt Rawle.

    The Gospel of John is deeply symbolic, and the “I am” statements of Jesus characterize the rich imagery we find in it. In Jesus Revealed: The I Am Statements in the Gospel of John, Matt Rawle brings out the meaning of each of these symbolic statements of Jesus in his creative, engaging style. For each statement, Rawle shows us its meaning within the Gospel of John, its resonance within the whole biblical narrative, and what it calls us to do today as disciples of Jesus.

    Chapter topics include:
    1. I am the bread of life (John 6:48)
    2. I am the light of the world (John 8:12)
    3. I am the good shepherd (John 10:11)
    4. I am the resurrection and the life (John 11:25)
    5. I am the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6)
    6. I am the true vine (John 15:1)

    Components for the six-week study include a book, comprehensive Leader Guide, DVD/Video sessions featuring Matt Rawle.

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  • Mark For You

    $17.99

    Mark’s fast-paced, action-packed Gospel portrays Jesus in a way that is stunningly compelling-and deeply challenging too.

    Join Bible teacher Jason Meyer as he unpacks Mark verse by verse. He unveils how the book fits together, marvels at important details, and highlights key themes. Most of all, he helps you to turn your eyes to Jesus-his power, his wisdom, and his compassionate heart.

    This accessible, absorbing expository guide is more applied than a typical commentary, making it a great resource for personal devotion, as well as useful for leading small-group studies or for sermon preparation. Contains foreword by Thomas R. Schreiner.

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  • Jesus And Women Bible Study Book With Video Access

    $34.75

    Imagine walking the dusty roads of Galilee with Jesus of Nazareth-braving jostling crowds just to touch the edge of His cloak and hear Him say, “Take heart, daughter, your faith has healed you.”

    Those words, once meant to comfort a hurting woman’s soul thousands of years ago, were also meant for you.

    Join biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland on those dusty roads as she transports you back to Jesus’ world, following in the footsteps of the women who came face-to-face with the Living God. Over 7 sessions, examine the historical and cultural climate of first-century Middle Eastern society to not only understand Jesus more deeply but to fuel your worship of Him today.

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  • Isaiah Teen Girls Bible Study Book

    $21.00

    Have you ever left a church service, youth event, or Bible study determined to do better-to pray more regularly, be more compassionate, or serve God more? Desiring change in our lives isn’t a bad thing; we just have to guard against relying on our own human effort to bring about spiritual changes.

    That determination springs from a longing to grow spiritually and know God better. As we embark together on a study of the prophet Isaiah’s biblical book, we will discover a simple but life-changing truth: Following God isn’t about striving; it’s about trusting God more.

    Isaiah served as God’s mouthpiece to the nation of Judah but also to the surrounding nations. His message echoes into our lives today as we read his call to rely on the Lord. Using the genres of poetry, narrative, and prophecy, Isaiah communicated clearly that followers of God could trust in Him. I can say with my mouth that I trust God, but my stress, worry, and lack of peace don’t always evidence this kind of faith in real life. Isaiah was human just like us, and yet he radically trusted God and called to anyone who would listen to do the same. His message highlights freedom from captivity and light breaking through darkness for those who would heed his words.

    As we handle the chapters he wrote-from his challenging words to the nation of Israel to his prophecies of the Messiah to come-we have an incredible opportunity to let go of striving and grow in trust. Unpacking Isaiah’s words will reveal that we can trust God more than our own human effort or the counterfeits the world suggests. We won’t be striving harder, but instead trusting more deeply the Faithful One who is so worthy of our utter dependence. Out of that trust, I believe we will find comfort and peace to sustain us.

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  • Zondervan 2023 Pastors Annual

    $24.99

    Countless preachers have turned to the Zondervan Pastor’s Annual to save them time in sermon and service preparation. This tried-and-true resource makes your demanding job as a pastor a lot easier. Use its contents as is, or tailor it to fit your unique approach.

    The Zondervan 2023 Pastor’s Annual supplies you with:

    *Morning and evening services for every Sunday of the year
    *Sermon topics and texts fully indexed
    *Definitive and usable sermon outlines
    *Devotionals and Bible studies for midweek services
    *Fresh and applicable illustrations
    *Appropriate hymn selections
    *Special-day services for church and civil calendars
    *Meditations on Lord’s Supper observance
    *Wedding ceremonies and themes
    *Funeral messages and Scriptures
    *Basic pastoral ministry helps
    *Messages for children and young people
    *Offertory prayers

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  • Rest And War Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $21.99

    Ben Stuart felt the dual struggle in his youth of purposelessness and powerlessness. He wanted his life to have meaning, and he wanted to overcome his struggles, but the self-help books he read only left him feeling defeated and discouraged. Then, in college, he encountered professors and pastors who helped him see that his life, far from being a disjointed or isolated struggle, was part of a compelling story that God had written. He had been invited into an epic adventure!

    In this five-session video study, Ben shares how this knowledge led him to develop a practical strategy of resting in God’s strength and warring against the enemy’s attempts to keep him locked into patterns of sin. He helps group members to likewise develop strategies that will enable them to: (1) overcome the deceptive strategies of sin aimed at their weaknesses; (2) orient their lives and loves around a God who cares for them, (2) recognize that under their misdirected affections and motivations is a deep longing for God, and (2) discover methods of overcoming personal shortcomings that do not rely on shame-based motivation.

    This study guide includes:
    *Individual access to five streaming video sessions
    *A guide to best practices for leading a group
    *Video notes and a comprehensive structure for group discussion time
    *Personal study for deeper reflection between sessions

    Sessions include:
    *Recognize the Battle
    *Engage with the Enemy
    *Connect with Your Commander
    *Connect with Your Community
    *Embrace the Mission

    Designed for use with Rest and War Video Study, sold separately.

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  • Living Liturgy For Extraordinary Ministers Of Holy Communion 2023 Year A

    $16.95

    This easy-to-use pastoral resource provides spiritual nourishment for extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion. Rooted in the Sunday gospels, this indispensable aid invites reverent and prayerful preparation for liturgical ministry. Living LiturgyTM for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion highlights the connections between the Word, Eucharist, and living in service of others. Ministers will find this resource to be formative for their own personal reflection and a helpful tool for facilitating prayer with people who are sick and homebound.

    Living LiturgyTM for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion begins with the First Sunday of Advent 2022 and includes the following:

    -Gospel readings for each Sunday and other significant liturgical celebrations

    -Prompts for personal reflections and prayer

    -A separate insert card with the Rite for Administration of Communion to the Sick by an Extraordinary Minister

    -Inscription page for the minister’s name, ideal for commissioning ministers of the Eucharist

    -Ministry prayers that correspond with the Music Ministers and Lectors editions of Living Liturgy, promoting unity among all liturgical ministers

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  • Divine Laughter : Preaching And The Serious Business Of Humor

    $19.99

    Comedians tend to view the world somewhat askew or askance, and that view–a kind of hermeneutical lens for discerning the comedic in daily life–serves to frame, reframe, and even de-frame reality. Preachers do the same, viewing the world askance through a theological lens of discerning God in daily life. That theological view allows one to preach hope in the face of despair, seeing the world in terms of God’s justice and declaring the promise of life out of death. Stand-Up Preaching: Humor and the Foolishness of Our Proclamation looks closely at both the cultural phenomenon of stand-up comedy and theories of humor, asking what preachers can learn from both.

    Karl N. Jacobson and Rolf A. Jacobson offer preachers a means of growth in their art and an approach to reading Scripture both for its humor and through the lens of humor. The book models approaches to the biblical text that allow the Bible to be funny and that bring humor to the text. Stand-Up Preaching brings the task of preaching into conversation with both the comedic parts of the Bible and the theological parts of the comedic, in order to bring a new kind of life to preaching. As a serious look at humor and laughter in the Bible, the book explores the theological implications of what it means if we think of God, Jesus, and even the Holy Spirit as filled with laughter. Preachers are invited to wonder at and chuckle their way through examples of God’s laughter in the Bible, thinking about what that means for God’s people, for the life of faith, and for preaching to God’s people.

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  • Praying Pastor

    $11.99

    There’s a difference between a pastor who prays and a praying pastor. Prayer is an important spiritual discipline in the life and ministry of every Christian who is called to shepherd Jesus’s flock. The minutiae of ministry can wear pastors down and make prayer feel more like an obligation, something to do in church services and at hospital bedsides, rather than a desired or necessary activity. In The Praying Pastor, David Busic examines the vital role of an active and intimate prayer life, and urges all pastors to consider whether they need to make the transition from being pastors who pray to becoming praying pastors.

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  • Teaching Leviticus : From Text To Message

    $17.99

    The book of Leviticus remains a mystery to many Christians, which is a great pity, for Leviticus is not only theologically rich, but also essential for grasping the full-orbed message of the gospel. The book’s central concern is clear: preparing people to live near Yahweh’s presence and survive the encounter; yet the message of Leviticus remains one of grace. It is God who desires to live with his people, and it is God who provides means and instructions to make such an arrangement possible.

    Geoffrey Harper’s guide to this complex but crucial book will be helpful to small group leaders and preachers who want to teach Leviticus but are unsure where to start.

    This series is designed to help the pastor/preacher, a small group leader or a youth worker teach their way through a Biblical book. It will help you in planning and executing a lesson advising on background, structure, key points and application.

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  • Art Of Leading Change

    $22.99

    In The Art of Leading Change, author Mike Bonem asks: What is the primary distinction between the science and the art of change leadership? His answer: People! And leading people in churches and ministries is messy. The science of change leadership doesn’t ignore the human element, but it tends to overlook the differences between people and the significant impact those differences have on how to best lead change. The art of leading change is all about people. We can’t do the work God has called us to do without people, yet each individual–and each collection of individuals–is unique. This resource is a guide to better understand and practice the art of leading people through change.

    The heart of the book describes ten perspectives on leading change. Each perspective is captured in a memorable phrase that underscores an important principle, such as Lead with trust and Resisters are not the enemy. The ten perspectives are bookended by two other essential insights: The Challenge of Leading Change examines the contours and underlying factors that make change so difficult in ministry settings. The Courage for Change, at the book’s conclusion, explores the conviction and fortitude leaders will need for the change journey.

    Leading change in a church has never been easy. It has become far more difficult as our society has become increasingly complex, fractured, and secular. Even though change is challenging, pastors and ministry leaders cannot be satisfied with maintaining the status quo. Whether you’re leading from the first chair or some other role, and whether the changes you face are big or small, The Art of Leading Change will be a valuable addition to your leadership toolkit.

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  • Crazy Faith Study Guide With DVD

    $49.99

    Will you be remembered as a person who claimed to follow God but liked to play it safe? Or as a person who lived your life out on the limb and trusted God enough to act with crazy faith? Noah looked crazy when he started building the ark . . . until it started raining. It was crazy for Moses to lead a nation of people into the desert . . . until the Red Sea parted. It was crazy to believe a fourteen-year-old virgin would give birth to the Son of God . . . until Mary held Jesus in her arms.

    There are many things that seem normal today that at one point in time seemed crazy. Smartphones, Wi-Fi, and even the electric light bulb were all groundbreaking, history-making inventions that started out as crazy ideas. Our see-it-to-believe-it generation tends to have a hard time exercising true faith–one that steps out, takes action, and sees mountain-moving results. Many of us would rather play it safe and stand on the sidelines. But it’s crazy faith that helps us see God move and reveals his promises.

    In this five-session video Bible study, bestselling author and pastor Michael Todd reveals how to step out in faith and dive into the purposeful life of trusting God for the impossible. Even if we have to start with baby faith or maybe faith, we can become empowered to let go of our lazy faith, trust God through our hazy faith, and learn to live a lifestyle of crazy faith.

    Sessions and run times include:

    1. Starting Out (Baby Faith and Maybe Faith) (18:00)
    2. Getting Stronger (Waiting Faith and Wavy Faith) (17:30)
    3. Obstacles to Avoid (Lazy Faith and Fugazi Faith) (16:00)
    4. Moving to the Next Level (Trading Faith and Stating Faith) (18:00)
    5. Finishing Strong (Fading Faith and Saving Faith) (18:30)

    This pack contains one study guide and one DVD.

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  • Jesus And Disability

    $24.99

    Drawing from his personal, pastoral, and academic interests, Chris Hulshof offers biblical wisdom and comfort to those seeking to understand the topic of disability in the church. He explores how Jesus’s involvement with the disabled can be instrumental in laying a foundation for disability-inclusive church leadership and practice. Ultimately, this book provides a blueprint for how pastors and congregations can become disability friendly in the church and in the broader community.

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  • Associate Pastors : Ministry From The Middle

    $20.99

    Rather than simply leading or following, why not consider stewarding?

    Associate pastors of all kinds–whether assigned to children, youth, worship, adult, or outreach–are often caught in the middle of complicated relationships in their congregations. It’s an emotionally taxing and organizationally confusing position. In Associate Pastors, Michael Matthew Mauriello demonstrates how associate pastors can harness the ambiguity that accompanies their role in ways that can mutually benefit church members and other pastoral staff.

    The heart of Associate Pastors comes from personal interviews with twenty-five associate pastors in small-to-medium-sized churches who have served in pastoral ministry positions for more than ten years. Their shared experiences demonstrate the unique social and spiritual dynamics of the associate pastor role and suggest great promise for those willing to approach their calling with creativity and care. Specifically, when associate pastors facilitate learning within their congregations, they confer benefits on church leadership and laypeople alike.

    Given that most pastoral students have limited preparation for the responsibilities associate pastors shoulder, Associate Pastors is an ideal textbook for Bible colleges and seminaries. Those studying for the pastorate and those already serving in associate pastor roles will find encouragement and a new vision for blessing the church.

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  • Youth Ministry As Mission

    $20.99

    Equipping youth ministers with the tools of a crosscultural missionary

    The parallels between ministry within youth culture and global missions have long been touted by youth ministry experts, yet few resources exist to help youth workers benefit apply the insights of missiologists. In Youth Ministry as Mission, Brian Hull and Patrick Mays fill this gap with an introduction to missiology, missions practice, and missionary witness tailored especially for a youth ministry context.

    Youth ministers will discover missiological language that not only describes realities they face regularly, but also provides practical cross-cultural activities that translate well to youth ministries. Hull and Mays address issues such as these:

    *Avoiding ethical relativism while understanding historical and methodological changes in missions

    *Translating stories and practicing storytelling as preparation for witnessing

    *Training for witness in a multi-religious context

    Youth Ministry as Mission will be a valuable guide for college and seminary students but will also be a breath of fresh air to those already working as youth directors and youth ministers.

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  • How Not To Save The World Study Guide With DVD

    $49.99

    Do you want to fight for the people you love and show others how valuable they are to God? There is a way, and you are more equipped than you know.

    Ten years ago, Hosanna Wong packed her life into suitcases and started traveling the country to talk to people about Jesus. Along the way she discovered lies she had believed that held her back from actually sharing God’s love. Lies such as:

    *your story is not that important
    *you’re not qualified
    *it would be best if you waited until everything is perfect

    That’s how not to save the world. The truth is better.

    Through faithfully studying God’s Word and fumbling through her own flawed progress, Hosanna uncovered what the Bible actually says about revealing God’s love in our everyday lives.

    With honesty and humor, Hosanna will help you:
    *embrace your unique story to naturally talk about Jesus without being weird or pushy

    *discover the three most effective steps to take when fighting for a loved one who is in a tough place

    *overcome the lies that hold you back so you can empower people to encounter a God they’ve never known

    It turns out, you can naturally share God’s love in your everyday life. You can fight for those you love and a world Jesus loves. There is a way for every person you know to realize how valuable they are to God. You’ve been created for it, equipped for it, and you’re ready for it. Let’s go!

    This pack contains one study guide and one DVD.

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  • Uncovery : Understanding The Power Of Community To Heal Trauma

    $16.99

    When it comes to Christ-centered recovery, we, the church, have work to do.

    Our legalistic, box-checking, one-size-fits-all programs produce astonishingly high failure rates–which means far too many people are left to fight addiction, mental health problems, and suicidal thoughts on their own.

    This begs some critical questions of the church:

    – Do we really believe transformational recovery and healing is possible?
    – Do we really have the right systems and structures to support struggling people?
    – Do we really carry a kingdom responsibility to restore people gently?
    – Do we really take time to ask God what more He would have us do in the recovery space?

    This book is for anyone who can’t offer a resounding yes and amen to each of those questions.

    With hearts that beat for those struggling with addictions and mental health issues, authors George A. Wood and Brit Eaton present:

    – A critical reframing of the word “recovery” and an invitation to answer God’s call for more spirit-led, trauma-informed ministry

    – Deeper exploration into the origins of addiction, mental health problems, and suicidal thoughts–and the church’s responsibility to bring God’s healing

    – Powerful supernatural testimonies and stories of hope, healing, and life restoration as a result of embracing The Uncovery

    – Practical strategies to help Christ-centered recovery leaders bridge the gap between spiritual and scientific communities to better serve struggling people

    – A loose and helpful framework for embracing The Uncovery message

    – Inspiration for recovery leaders to love and lead in a more inclusive, sacrificial, and Christlike manner while maintaining healthy self-care

    The goal of The Uncovery is to help the church–and the world–see recovery through a grace- laced, gospel lens. Some say recovery is the civil rights movement of our generation because believe it or not, recovery is for everyone. And if that statement bothers you? Recovery might be for you, too.

    Every single one of us has some trauma or issue from our past that may still be affecting our life today. This book offers readers a not-so-subtle nudge to go deeper in the recovery space for a transformative encounter with Father God to heal from those wounds and lead the promised land life He has planned for us.

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  • Visual Preacher : Proclaiming An Embodied Word

    $19.99

    Steve Thomason’s plan was that after graduating from college, God would allow him to become a Disney animator so that one day he could open his own animation studio. It turned out God had other plans, and Thomason became a parish pastor–a pastor with a passion for both art and preaching.

    In The Visual Preacher: Proclaiming an Embodied Word, Thomason’s winsomely illustrated text shows preachers visual techniques to study the Bible, construct a sermon, use the physical space where they preach, create two-dimensional images, and develop and use videos.

    Thomason shares his dual passions based on his conviction that the effectiveness of visual communication lies at the heart of thegospel itself–that it is the reason God took on human flesh in Jesus. Believing that pictures speak differently than words, he offers readers practical ways to combine visual communication with the Word of Scripture and the words of their sermon so that when they are done preaching, their listeners will say, We have seen Jesus.

    He assures readers they don’t have to be skilled artists or technological wizards to effectively use visuals in preaching. Rather, he presents basic principles he has learned as a working preacher and encourages readers to use the ones that make sense to them and to throw out the rest.

    Preachers are story-tellers, says Thomason. This book will help preachers create and use images that make them even better storytellers than they already are.

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  • Cultural Identity And The Purposes Of God

    $19.99

    Understanding God’s Design for Cultural Diversity

    Humanity’s diverse nationalities, ethnicities, and races were intended to be a blessing from God. However, due to sin and rebellion, these differences often result in alienation, hatred, and even violence, becoming one of the most urgent problems facing the world. Cultural divisions are unfortunately common in the church, too. How can Christians embrace God’s purposes for diversity and experience renewal and unity as his people?

    Steven Bryan presents a biblical framework for thinking about cultural identity and experiencing cultural diversity as a positive good that God intended. Writing from more than 20 years of experience in cross-cultural mission work in Ethiopia, Bryan examines historical and political aspects of nationality, ethnicity, and race. This practical examination of cultural ideologies-including multiculturalism, nationalism, and intersectionality-helps readers move from asking, Who am I? to Who are we? as God’s people.

    *Timely and Applicable: Equips readers to understand God’s purposes for their cultural identity and bridge divides inside and outside of the church

    *Comprehensive: Explores contemporary issues including ethnocentrism, globalization, multiculturalism, and collective identity

    *Theological: Explores the story of Scripture from creation to new creation to show how cultural identity is an important part of God’s design

    *Accessible: Written for pastors, ministry leaders, lay people, missionaries, and anyone who is grappling with the relationship between cultural identity and Christian identity

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  • Jude Bible Study Book With Video Access

    $28.00

    While often overlooked, the book of Jude remains as relevant today as the time it was written. God has commanded His beloved church to do the necessary work of contending for the faith in a world of unbelief, and as we do, He will keep us from falling into the same deception.

    In this 7-session study from Jackie Hill Perry, dive into themes of being called, loved, and kept, and learn how to point others to Jesus in grace and truth. We serve others well when we share the whole gospel with them, not just the parts deemed attractive by our culture

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  • 1 Volume Seminary

    $49.99

    Everything that’s taught in seminary . . . all in one place!

    Maybe you’re involved in ministry but you never had the chance to go to seminary. Maybe it was many years ago and you need a refresher. Or maybe you just graduated and you don’t want to forget it all. If any of these descriptions fits you, One Volume Seminary is the resource you need.

    This book is written by former and current faculty of Moody Bible Institute and Moody Theological Seminary. Editors Michael Boyle, Laurie Norris, and Kerwin Rodriguez combine their years of pastoral wisdom, one-on-one counseling, high-level scholarship, and savvy street-smarts from the church’s frontlines to offer you a one-stop-shop for ministry training. One Volume Seminary provides sixty essays with practical advice for every aspect of church life–always grounded in the Word of God–under six main headings:

    *Doctrinal Basics
    *General Ministry to the Local Church
    *Special Situations in Ministry
    *Ministry to the World
    *Proclaiming the Word in Worship and Preaching
    *Practical Church Skills

    From baptizing a convert to balancing a budget . . . from preaching the Word to premarital counseling . . . from soteriology to spiritual warfare . . . from the Trinity to the teenager . . . this book covers it all. Though a seminary education is irreplaceable, One Volume Seminary is the next best thing to give you the training and equipping you need to succeed in ministry.

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  • Doing Church As A Team

    $17.99

    When a Church Works Together, God Can Do Amazing Things

    “To be a successful leader, and if you plan to have a successful ministry, you must develop not only your gifts, but more so, the gifts of those around you.” -Wayne Cordeiro

    Everyone is a great fit . . . somewhere, and God has strategically called and gifted each individual for a specific role and purpose. The twenty-first-century church must be a battleship, not a cruise ship, but that can only happen when everyone finds their place in ministry.

    In Doing Church as a Team, Dr. Wayne Cordeiro shows you how to identify the hidden callings of the members in your church so that together you can accomplish anything God is asking you to do.

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  • Crazy Faith Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $21.99

    Will you be remembered as a person who claimed to follow God but liked to play it safe? Or as a person who lived your life out on the limb and trusted God enough to act with crazy faith? Noah looked crazy when he started building the ark . . . until it started raining. It was crazy for Moses to lead a nation of people into the desert . . . until the Red Sea parted. It was crazy to believe a fourteen-year-old virgin would give birth to the Son of God . . . until Mary held Jesus in her arms.

    There are many things that seem normal today that at one point in time seemed crazy. Smartphones, Wi-Fi, and even the electric light bulb were all groundbreaking, history-making inventions that started out as crazy ideas. Our see-it-to-believe-it generation tends to have a hard time exercising true faith–one that steps out, takes action, and sees mountain-moving results. Many of us would rather play it safe and stand on the sidelines. But it’s crazy faith that helps us see God move and reveals his promises.

    In this five-session video Bible study, bestselling author and pastor Michael Todd reveals how to step out in faith and dive into the purposeful life of trusting God for the impossible. Even if we have to start with baby faith or maybe faith, we can become empowered to let go of our lazy faith, trust God through our hazy faith, and learn to live a lifestyle of crazy faith.

    This study guide includes:

    *Individual access to five streaming video sessions
    *A guide to best practices for leading a group
    *Video notes and a comprehensive structure for group discussion time
    *Personal study for deeper reflection between sessions

    Sessions and run times include:

    1. Starting Out (Baby Faith and Maybe Faith) (18:00)
    2. Getting Stronger (Waiting Faith and Wavy Faith) (17:30)
    3. Obstacles to Avoid (Lazy Faith and Fugazi Faith) (16:00)
    4. Moving to the Next Level (Trading Faith and Stating Faith) (18:00)
    5. Finishing Strong (Fading Faith and Saving Faith) (18:30)

    Designed for use with Crazy Faith Video Study (sold separately).

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  • Journey Through The Old Testament

    $16.99

    With Journey through the Old Testament, you’ll gain a solid grasp of the major themes and stories of the Old Testament.

    Journey through the Old Testament helps you:

    *explore God’s original design for humanity;

    *track the major themes of the Old Testament’s prophetic and poetic books;

    *trace the story of redemption through the Old Testament books of the law, prophets, and writings;

    *discover the parts of the Old Testament that foretell and foreshadow the developments that occur in the New Testament; and

    *summarize the grand story of the Bible in the Old Testament in a way that people can understand and apply to their lives.

    This book is a solid foundation of essential biblical knowledge of the Old Testament for your personal study of the Scriptures. Start your journey through the Old Testament today.

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  • Journey Through The New Testament

    $16.99

    Walk through the New Testament with Dr. William Cook, a respected professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
    With Journey through the New Testament, you’ll gain a grasp of the major themes of each New Testament book. You’ll have at your fingertips:

    *Concise and comprehensive overviews of each New Testament book
    *The key teachings from the life of Christ in one place
    *The crucial and practical implications of each New Testament book
    *A thorough guide to the teachings, outline, and structure of the New Testament, book by book

    Journey through the New Testament helps you gain a complete understanding of the teachings of Jesus and how the early Christians thought and lived out their beliefs. It is a solid foundation of biblical knowledge on which you can build a deeper understanding of Scripture and God’s ultimate purposes. Start your journey into the New Testament today.

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  • Sharing The Gospel With Ease

    $14.99

    Discover a Natural Way to Share the Love of Christ.

    Think about an incredibly joyful event in your life. Perhaps you got a job you desperately wanted or you were really proud of something you made. Do you remember how you couldn’t wait to talk about it? You were willing and eager to have a conversation about it with anyone who would listen! Why doesn’t our excitement for Jesus overflow from our lives in a similar and natural way?

    In this book, Thom Rainer explores what makes so many Christians hesitant to talk about the greatest news the world has ever heard. There are real obstacles, challenges, and fears, but God is bigger and stronger than these hurdles. His compassion extends to all who wander, and He wants to show them His love through the lives of His people.

    With this helpful guide, you will:

    *Discover why it is so difficult to share the greatest news in the world

    *Identify common objections that are difficult to answer and learn how to respond to them gracefully

    *Learn about the three biggest barriers to talking to your friends and neighbors about the gospel and how to bypass those obstacles

    *See how God loves to work through our lives to draw others to Himself

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  • Doing Church As A Team

    $29.99

    When a Church Works Together, God Can Do Amazing Things

    “To be a successful leader, and if you plan to have a successful ministry, you must develop not only your gifts, but more so, the gifts of those around you.” -Wayne Cordeiro

    Everyone is a great fit . . . somewhere, and God has strategically called and gifted each individual for a specific role and purpose. The twenty-first-century church must be a battleship, not a cruise ship, but that can only happen when everyone finds their place in ministry.

    In Doing Church as a Team, Dr. Wayne Cordeiro shows you how to identify the hidden callings of the members in your church so that together you can accomplish anything God is asking you to do.

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  • Nehemiah For You

    $17.99

    The book of Nehemiah chronicles a key moment in the history of God’s people: the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem after the return from exile.

    Understanding this book doesn’t just mean knowing about a rebuilt wall. Nehemiah helps us think through any type of rebuilding we might do for God–from our homes and families to our local church, our communities and our world. It teaches us, ultimately, about Jesus and his mission.

    A pastor with decades of experience in cities, Dr. Eric Mason unpacks this rich book verse by verse. He explains the context, gives plenty of application for our lives today, and shows us what it looks like to get involved in God’s work to build his kingdom.

    This expository guide can be read as a book; used as a devotional; and utilized in teaching and preaching.

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  • Calendar And Workbook For Church Leaders 2023

    $21.99

    An enhanced appointment calendar for all church leaders. View appointments for the entire week in one spread. Convenient, stay-flat, spiral binding.Helpful features-all the information one expects to find in an outstanding calendar:- Extra space on Sunday to record special details related to worship services including attendance and offerings.- A chart of the lectionary readings from the Revised Common Lectionary.- Liturgical days and colors.- National days for the United States and Canada.- Dates for Orthodox Good Friday, Easter, and Pentecost, major Jewish feasts and festivals.- Beginning and ending dates for Daylight Savings Time.Also includes a month-at-a-glance section and pages for recording contact information for the current worship team, church leaders, or other groups.

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