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  • Smuggling Jesus Back Into Church

    $16.99

    What’s gone wrong with the church?

    If you’ve been feeling that something vital has gone missing from our spiritual lives, you’re not alone. But from scandals involving celebrity preachers, to busy programmes that have little sense of God and struggling to find time to pray, what is it that lies behind the church is crisis? Is it possible that we’ve forgotten to put Jesus at the centre of everything? And if so, what can do we about it?

    In Smuggling Jesus Back into Church Andrew Fellows shows us with a sharp eye how secularism has reshaped church culture, changing the way many Christians and churches live and worship without being noticed. Both provocative and practical, he challenges us to live with radical Christ-like distinctiveness – distinctiveness that requires both reformation by the church and revival by the Holy Spirit.

    Timely and prophetic, Smuggling Jesus Back into Chur ch is essential reading for anyone concerned about the effects of secularism on Christianity and modern church culture, or for anyone who struggles with Church and wants to understand why. Filled with passion and vision, it will point you back towards Jesus and revitalise your understanding of what Christian discipleship should be.

    It’s time to remember what lies at the heart of our faith. It’s time to smuggle Jesus back into church and back into the centre of our lives.

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  • Untrustworthy : The Knowledge Crisis Breaking Our Brains, Polluting Our Pol

    $24.99

    Which media outlets will help me be a responsible news consumer? How do I know what is true and whom I can trust? What can I do to combat all the misinformation and how it’s impacting people I love?

    Many Americans are agonizing over questions such as these, feeling unsure and overwhelmed in today’s chaotic information environment.

    American life and politics are suffering from a raging knowledge crisis, and the church is no exception. In Untrustworthy, Bonnie Kristian unpacks this crisis and explores ways to combat it in our own lives, families, and church communities.

    Drawing from her extensive experience in journalism and her training as a theologian, Kristian explores social media, political and digital culture, online paranoia, and the press itself. She explains factors that contribute to our confusion and helps Christians pay attention to how we consume content and think about truth. Finally, she provides specific ways to take action, empowering readers to avoid succumbing to or fueling the knowledge crisis.

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  • Live Your Truth And Other Lies

    $17.99

    Are you tired of feeling like you have to check social media to find out what you’re supposed to think? Are you weary of the latest self-help books that promise to set you free but only imprison you with laundry lists of studies to consider, positive affirmations to recite, and Facebook groups to join?

    We’ve all seen the memes that populate the internet: live your truth, follow your heart, you only have one life to live. They sound nice and positive. But what if these slogans are actually lies that unhinge us from reality and leave us anxious and exhausted? Another Gospel? author Alisa Childers invites you to examine modern lies that are disguised as truths in today’s culture. Everyday messages of peace, fulfillment, and empowerment swirl around social media. On the surface, they seem like sentiments of freedom and hope, but in reality they are deeply deceptive.

    In Live Your Truth (and Other Lies), Alisa will help you to:

    *uncover the common lies repeated within progressive circles
    *hold on to the soul-restoring truths that God’s Word offers
    *be empowered to live the way your Creator designed you

    Being the captain of your own destiny and striving to make your dreams a reality is a huge burden that you were never meant to bear. Discover true freedom instead.

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  • Political Gospel : Public Witness In A Politically Crazy World

    $19.99

    Almost every pastor feels the pressure to get people in the doors. More people means Christians are constantly accused of being too political or not political enough.

    Often, the accusations are fair. Christians tend to get stuck in one of two political ditches: we either privatize our faith or make it partisan. We think religion and politics should be separate and never intermingle, or we align so tightly with a political party that we conflate the gospel with a human agenda.

    In Political Gospel, Patrick Schreiner argues Christianity not only has political implications but is itself a politic. The gospel at its very core is political–Jesus declared Himself to be King. But He does not allow you to put Him in your political box.

    In a supercharged political climate, Political Gospel explores what it means for Christians to have a biblical public witness by looking to Scripture, the early church, and today. Should we submit to governing authorities or subvert them? Are we to view them as agents of the dark forces or entities that promote order? In these pages, we’ll see that Christians live in a paradox, and we’ll see how to follow Christ our King right into the political craziness of our day.

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  • Care : How People Of Faith Can Respond To Our Broken Health System

    $18.99

    Our health-care system doesn’t work for the most vulnerable. It’s time for people of faith to respond with concrete action to demonstrate God’s love and effect real change. Here’s how.

    The dialogue on how to fix US health care is mired in partisan policy debates. Rather than idly waiting for the gridlock to resolve, people of faith can live into their call to care for the underserved right now. Drawing from his experience as a medical doctor, a pastor, and the founder and CEO of the nation’s largest charitably funded faith-based health-care center, Scott Morris sheds light on how we can live out a crucial aspect of discipleship by ministering to those caught in the gaps.

    Through the stories of people too often ignored or dehumanized, Dr. Morris addresses the financial and social barriers to health care for low-income and undocumented individuals, the lack of affordable medications, the challenges of chronic disease and behavioral health issues, and the promising outcomes of faith-based care that treats the whole person. As we continue to reckon with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and the inequities in our health systems it has highlighted, Dr. Morris’s book calls readers to awareness, action, and advocacy in their local communities on behalf of those who have no one else to turn to for quality care.

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  • Beyond Biden : Rebuilding The America We Love

    $18.99

    Now a National Bestseller!

    Bestselling author Newt Gingrich exposes the anti-American forces that have grown so large and so aggressive in their quest for power.

    The struggle between the defenders of America as an exceptional nation and the forces of anti-Americanism is reaching a fever pitch. These forces have grown so large, so well-financed, so entrenched and aggressive that they must be studied closely and understood completely if America is to survive this imminent civil war.

    In Beyond Biden, bestselling author Newt Gingrich brings together the various strands of the movement seeking to destroy true, historic American values and replace this country with one that’s imposed on us by the combined power of government and social acceptance.

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  • Join The Resistance

    $18.00

    An awakening has been happening across our society.

    People increasingly recognize how long-standing, systemic issues have prevented many from flourishing. But often Christians are not sure how best to engage. Does it help to march and hold signs? What can we do to contribute and not further complicate things?

    Faith-rooted justice advocate and activist Michelle Ferrigno Warren equips Christians to join Christ’s restorative work in the world. In nearly three decades of experience, she left much of her privilege to work alongside the poor and marginalized in the restoration of individuals and communities, collaborating with community leaders, marching in streets, and meeting with and speaking truth to power. She says, How you show up is just as important as showing up. From the grassroots to the grass tops, Warren invites us to understand our place in this moment and learn from those who have gone before: the poets and prophets who call us to resist oppression and injustice.

    Biblical, historical, and contemporary examples give us ways to walk in God’s righteousness, truth, and peace. We can better understand our shared solidarity, persevere in the midst of struggle, bring people along, and remain rooted in joy as we continue the good work of kingdom justice.

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  • Unsettling : Surviving Extinction Together

    $26.99

    The time has come to reimagine our relationship to the environment before it is too late.

    As wildfires char the American West, extreme weather transforms landscapes, glaciers retreat, and climate zones shift, we are undeniably experiencing the effects of the climate crisis in more and more destructive ways. Climate change is impacting every inhabited region of the world, but there is much we can still do.

    Unsettling explores human impacts on the environment through science, popular culture, personal narrative, and landscape. Using the stories of animals, landscapes, and people who have exhibited resilience in the face of persistent colonization across the North American continent, science writer Elizabeth Weinberg explores how climate change is a direct result of white supremacy, colonialism, sexism, and heteronormativity. Travel through the deep sea; along Louisiana’s vanishing bayous; down the Colorado, Mississippi, and Potomac rivers; and over the Cascade Mountains, and examine how we as humans, particularly white humans, have drawn a stark line between human and animal, culture and nature, in order to exploit anything and anyone we find useful. With gorgeous and pointed prose, Weinberg weaves together science, personal essay, history, and pop culture to propose a new way of thinking about climate change–one that is rooted in queerness and antiracism.

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  • Reactivity : How The Gospel Transforms Our Actions And Reactions

    $27.99

    Criticism, outrage, and controversy dominate today’s social engagement. Award-winning author Tripp examines how digital media is altering the way people act—and react—toward one another. Discover a biblical framework for communication that avoids destructive reactivity and the dangers of being swayed by a chaotic online culture. Be a beacon of light in an age of toxicity! 208 pages, hardcover from Crossway.

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  • Warfighters Soul : Engaging In The Battle For The Warrior’s Soul

    $17.99

    To the suffering veteran: now is not the time to ring out. A QRF is on its way.

    In The Warfighter’s Soul, Greg Wark and Ray Rodriguez explain the trauma and depression that attack veterans and offer proven strategies to combat this enemy. This book is for veterans, those who know a veteran, and those entering the military. It will prepare readers to face the unseen enemy that buries itself in a veteran’s soul.

    The tactics found here offer practical solutions and explanations of why and how they work. Read to understand why so many veterans commit suicide,

    *the signs of a person considering suicide,
    *how to help the veteran in your life,
    *actions for confronting stress and trauma,
    *how to survive thoughts of depression and suicide, and
    *what the soul is and how it works.

    Learn tactics to manage traumatic events and help others who are engaged in this unseen battle.

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  • Environment

    $6.99

    Climate change and other environmental issues dominate the media. How should Christians respond?

    This short, thought-provoking book helps readers to think about the key issues surrounding the environment and climate change through the lens of Scripture.

    Author Dave Gobbett traces the role of the planet in the Bible’s big story, from creation to new creation, and explores what it means to care for the environment as bearers of God’s image and followers of Jesus. He suggests a range of practical responses that Christians can consider.

    Perfect for churches to read together in the run-up to the COP27 conference.

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  • Overcoming Evil In The Last Days

    $17.99

    The Radical Christian’s Handbook for Uncovering and Defeating the Evil in Our CultureAs Christians, we have no option as to whether or not we are going to do spiritual warfare if we want to survive, we must fight. – Rick JoynerWe must fight the evil that is escalating in the earth, but your fight may look different than you think!The coming harvest will bring a reaping of everything that has been sown, both good and evil.Uncovering satan’s evil cord of three strands, prophetic leader and author Rick Joyner, exposes the three most powerful evil strongholds that together bind and control fallen mankind racism, witchcraft, and the religious spirit . Discover the roots behind each of these strongholds, including the internal enemies of fear, pride, jealousy, guilt, and more. Because deception is sneaky and stealthy, we must allow the Holy Spirit to lead us into all truth, and uproot these evil agendas from our lives.In this book you will learn:10 things we can do to be delivered from of the religious spiritWhen racism is broken, every other bondage is easier to overcomeHow to combat new age witchcraftHow to heal cultural woundsHow to identify the masks of the religious spirit, including angels of lightHow racism is rooted in two of the most basic evil powers that plagues mankindHow to overcome the primary stronghold that empowers the spirit of deathUsing Rick’s practical, detailed warfare strategies, be transformed so you can fight with Heaven’s power. You can wield the powerful weapons of love, faith, humility, forgiveness, and others. When you battle from a place of freedom, you’ll win every time!

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  • Masculinity Manifesto : How A Man Establishes Influence, Credibility And Au

    $26.99

    Men are not the enemy, and masculinity, contrary to what much of popular culture would have you believe, is the solution to what plagues individuals, families, and society as a whole.

    Men have a moral obligation to lead themselves and others well. Unfortunately, much of society has bought into and perpetuated the misguided idea that men have become the enemy of all that is right and good in a virtuous and thriving society. In short, even the concept of a Patriarch (which is simply the male leader of a home, organization, or community) has become taboo, and masculinity itself has been written off as a toxic and destructive force.

    In The Masculinity Manifesto, author and podcaster Ryan Michler focuses on how a man can wield his power and lead others well with influence, credibility, and authority. Ryan refuses to accept the gradual and intentional decay of masculinity, instead he chooses to tackle the questions others are afraid to address. The Masculinity Manifesto empowers men to find true purpose and fulfillment by taking responsibility for their lives and serving others.

    A man who exercises his responsibility to lead himself and others well is not to be feared, undermined, or rejected but embraced, respected, and honored. Men, after all, aren’t the enemy, and masculinity, contrary to what much of what popular culture would have you believe, is the solution to what plagues individuals, families, and society as a whole.

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  • Counterculture : Answering A Woke Culture With Love Light And Life

    $19.99

    God has called YOU to be an agent of cultural change!

    America is experiencing a cultural revolution. Against the onslaught of conflicting political agendas, powerful media pressures, and radical ideologies, what should Christians think? How should we respond?

    In Counterculture, Pastor Duane Sheriff reveals how the woke movement has a form of godliness but denies the power of the cross. Instead of aligning with the dominant cultural trends, believers must rise up and forge a Kingdom culture, countering critical race theory with “critical grace theory” the truth and power of the Gospel.Sheriff offers insight and guidance, equipping you to…

    *Ground yourself in moral absolutes: righteousness, love, decency, and justice
    *Get on your knees, then stand up and speak out in loving opposition
    *Refuse to let the Church be silenced by political correctness, government, or media
    *Uproot dark seeds of Socialism and Marxism being sown in America
    *Recognize that the saving power of Jesus is the only thing that can transform our nation

    God has called you as an agent of change! And change happens one heart at a time, one good deed at a time, and one vote at a time. Begin now!

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  • Return Of The Gods

    $39.99

    The Return of the Gods, Cahn takes the reader on a journey from an ancient parable, the ancient inscriptions in Sumer, Assyria, and Babylonia that become the puzzle pieces behind what is taking place in our world to this day, specifically in America.

    The mystery involves the gods. Who are they? What are they? And is it possible that these beings, whose origins are from ancient times, are the unseen catalysts of modern culture?

    Is it possible that these gods lie behind the most pivotal events, forces, and movements taking place in our nation and around the world at this very moment? Are the gods at this very moment transforming our culture, our children, our lives, and America itself?

    Could this mystery have even determined the exact days on which Supreme Court decisions had to be handed down?

    What is the Dark Trinity? Is it possible that what we in the modern world take as nothing more than ancient mythology could actually possess a reality beyond our fathoming?

    Who is the Possessor? The Enchanter? The Destroyer? And the Sorceress? Could a sign that has appeared all over America and the world be linked to the gods of Mesopotamia? And if so, what does it actually mean?

    Could the gods have returned to New York City and an ancient mythology played out on the streets in real time? Is it possible that the gods lie behind everything from what appears on our computer monitors, our televisions and movie screens; to the lessons given in our classrooms; to the breakdown of the family; to wokism; to the occult; to our addictions; to the Supreme Court; to cancel culture; to children?s cartoons; to every force and factor that has transformed the parameters of gender; to that which appears in our stores, on our T-shirts, and on our coffee mugs—to that which is, at this very moment, transforming America and much of the world? Is it possible that behind all these things are ancient mysteries that go back to the Middle East and ancient Mesopotamia? This and so much more, most of which we can?t even reveal in this description, will be uncovered.

    Is it possible that the gods are even affecting your life right now? How can you recognize it? And what can you do about it?

    The Return of the Gods is not only one of the most explosive books you?ll ever read but also one of the most profound. It will reveal the most stunning secrets and truths behind what is happening before your eyes in America and the nations. You will see things, even in your world, in

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  • Running Into The Fire

    $19.99

    We are the answer to America’s growing darkness.

    After reading this book, you will have the keys you need to be a vibrant participant of the political system to see laws and policies passed that will positively affect generations for God’s purposes.

    In Running Into the Fire, Terri Hasdorff draws from her more than twenty years in politics to reveal how people of faith can effectively influence government and push back against the liberal socialist agenda.

    In addition to revealing how the rise of super PACs and massive marketing machines are getting unqualified and corrupt candidates elected, this book gives clear-cut direction for how people of conscience can get involved in politics, whether they are soccer moms with limited resources or multimillionaires capable of making sizeable campaign contributions. Sharing advice for finding and supporting honest candidates and ensuring contributions go to campaign needs and not bloated consultant salaries, Hasdorff also reveals:

    – How to make a difference as an average citizen,
    – What to know before running for political office, and
    – How to give in the most effective way.

    All is not lost. People of faith really can make a difference in their communities and the nation, but they must get involved in politics. If they don’t, the country could be in for years of darkness. This book will reveal practical ways they can affect change starting now.

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  • How To Win Friends And Influence Enemies

    $18.99

    Instant National Best Seller!

    Political commentator and media personality Will Witt gives young conservatives the ammunition they need to fight back against the liberal media.

    Popular culture in America today is dominated by the left. Most young people have never even heard of conservative values from someone their age, and if they do, the message is often bland and outdated. Almost every Hollywood actor, musician, media personality, and role model for young people in America rejects conservative values, and Gen Zs and millennials are quick to regurgitate these viewpoints without developing their own opinions on issues.

    So many young conservatives in America want to stand up for their beliefs in their classrooms, at their jobs, with their friends, or on social media, but they don’t have the tools to do so. In How to Win Friends and Influence Enemies, Will Witt arms Gen Zs and millennials with the knowledge and skills to combat the leftist narrative they hear every day.

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  • Becoming Kin : An Indigenous Call To Unforgetting The Past And Reimagining

    $26.99

    We find our way forward by going back.

    The invented history of the Western world is crumbling fast, Anishinaabe writer Patty Krawec says, but we can still honor the bonds between us. Settlers dominated and divided, but Indigenous peoples won’t just send them all home.

    Weaving her own story with the story of her ancestors and with the broader themes of creation, replacement, and disappearance, Krawec helps readers see settler colonialism through the eyes of an Indigenous writer. Settler colonialism tried to force us into one particular way of living, but the old ways of kinship can help us imagine a different future. Krawec asks, What would it look like to remember that we are all related? How might we become better relatives to the land, to one another, and to Indigenous movements for solidarity? Braiding together historical, scientific, and cultural analysis, Indigenous ways of knowing, and the vivid threads of communal memory, Krawec crafts a stunning, forceful call to unforget our history.

    This remarkable sojourn through Native and settler history, myth, identity, and spirituality helps us retrace our steps and pick up what was lost along the way: chances to honor rather than violate treaties, to see the land as a relative rather than a resource, and to unravel the history we have been taught.

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  • Door Made For Me

    $17.99

    Emotional and honest, this picture book explores a racist encounter from the perspective of a young Black boy, while offering a message of unconditional love and acceptance to soothe the pain that comes from blind prejudice.

    In this story based on the author’s childhood, a young Black boy confronts his first experience of overt racism. In recounting the events to his grandfather, the young narrator asks: “How can she hate me when she doesn’t know me?” Grandpa offers wisdom and encouragement to the child, reminding him that another person’s hate does not change the fact that he is loved and that he matters. While offering an unflinching look at the emotional impact of the encounter, Tyler Merritt presents a message of love and acceptance that will resonate with young readers and offer a starting point for conversations about racial equality between parent or caregiver and child.

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  • Nation Of Victims

    $29.00

    America’s inner spirit has been domesticated by a new culture that rejects excellence and embraces victimhood.

    Hardship is now equated with victimhood. Outward displays of vulnerability in defeat are rewarded more than winning unabashedly. The pursuit of excellence and exceptionalism are at the heart of American identity, and the disappearance of these ideals in our country leaves a deep moral and cultural vacuum in its wake.

    But the solution isn’t to simply complain about it. It’s to revive a new cultural movement in America that puts excellence first again.

    New York Times bestselling author Vivek Ramaswamy makes the case from firsthand experience that the essence of true American identity is to pursue excellence unapologetically–no matter your skin color or where your parents came from.

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  • Prophetic Lens : The Camera And Black Moral Agency From MLK To Darnella Fra

    $28.00

    Martin Luther King used news cameras as a means of exposing anti-Black violence by white mobs in the 1950s and 60s. Darnella Frazier used her phone to record and post the murder of George Floyd by Derek Chauvin in May 2020. These are just two of many people who have captured images of injustice for the world to see.

    The Prophetic Lens takes an important look at the use of the video camera as an indispensable prophetic tool for the security of Black lives and greater possibility for racial justice. Phil Allen shows how the camera can be a catalyst for cultural change, using Walter Brueggemann’s Prophetic Imagination as a framework for understanding the concept of prophetic. Chronicling the use of the camera, particularly in film from J.D. Griffiths’ Birth of a Nation to Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, Allen’s historical approach reveals how effective this technology has been in achieving the goals of its respective storytellers.

    The book highlights both the prophetic potential of the camera and the context of Blackness as a liminal existence amid a context dominated by whiteness.

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  • Colorful Connections : 12 Questions About Race That Open Healthy Conversati

    $17.99

    Encourages ordinary Christians to engage in real talk together about race and change

    There are a lot of conversations happening in homes and churches about difficult and timely topics–but when it comes to race, too many Christians stay silent. They may be overwhelmed, or worry about saying the wrong thing.

    Saundra Dalton-Smith and Lori Stanley Roeleveld–two women of different races who didn’t know each other well before this project–believe there’s a clear path to meaningful discussion about racism with someone of a different skin color. Instead of avoiding hard conversations, they enter a transparent and open dialogue about race, privilege, bias, and discrimination.

    Readers will witness a real-time process as these two women walk their journey of self-reflection, discovery, and healing. Lori and Saundra demonstrate how to give voice to pain without blame, how to express anger without ridicule, and how to ask questions without guilt. After reading the pages filled with vulnerable personal stories, biblical teaching, conversation starters, and practical next steps readers will be equipped to have their own healthy conversations.

    This book is for all who see God in ethnic diversity and want to be part of a true and deep understanding process. In these pages, there is hope to heal the racial divide and bring together the body of Christ.

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  • Hope For Ukraine

    $18.99

    Part narrative, part wartime dispatch, Hope for Ukraine–written by the father of an adopted Ukrainian son–transports you into the gritty reality of war-torn Ukraine and the frontlines of God’s miraculous intervention. From the refugee camps and border crossings to the homes of Ukrainian residents whose neighborhoods are being bombed–to the microvan full of orphans fleeing Russian tanks–these stunning firsthand accounts prove that nothing, not even the fear and horrors of war, can separate us from the miracle-working love of God.

    Along with sharing dramatic “boots on the ground” stories, this book also takes you into the heart of the conflict, revealing the spiritual implications of Russia’s invasion, what the responsibility of the Church is, and what the Holy Spirit is saying in these unprecedented times. As the world holds its collective breath, God has a redemptive plan–for Ukraine, for those displaced by war, and for you. It’s time for the Church to rise up in boldness and take our place in his unfolding story.

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  • Triumph Of Beauty

    $17.99

    This last year exposed the anger and fear of the world. It also exposed the trajectory of humankind away from God, against his Church, and into increasing darkness–with the darkest hours still ahead. But the Lord has an unexpected answer for the rise of ugliness and violence.

    Here International House of Prayer leader David Sliker gives believers hope for the times to come. God’s merciful answer to the world’s rage is a beautiful, unified Church, one that counters anger with kindness and mercy, loves its enemies, and overcomes bitterness and offense. David also shows how we can lay hold of the Lord’s beauty via revelation and transformation. When we do, we will love like he loves. We will endure without despair. We will display his works. We will boldly, tenderly, and lovingly stand for his truth. And we will rise up as his Bride, whose beauty eclipses the darkness.

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  • Kingdom And Country

    $16.99

    We love God. We love our country. What does it look like to love each properly and well?

    National tensions are at a record high. People on all points in the political spectrum care deeply about their country, although they differ wildly in their opinions about what it looks like to serve that country well. As Christians, we love God and seek to follow him. At the same time, nothing shapes us and tugs at our loyalties quite like the place we live. And of course we are regularly encouraged to pledge our allegiance to our country–or particular understandings of it. Who wins when the priorities of God and our country clash?

    In Kingdom and Country, a collection of leading Christian thinkers and practitioners take a holistic approach to considering the questions of patriotism, nationalism, and where our ultimate loyalties must like. Contributors include Alejandro Mandes, Juliet Liu, Ryan Tafilowski, Derek Vreeland, Rod Wilson, Michelle Reyes, Amanda Smith, Karen Wilk, Sean Palmer, and Tina Boesch

    Kingdom and Country is the second in a series of Kingdom Conversations, books that bring together trusted Christian voices to address some of the most urgent and perplexing challenges of our time in timeless and redemptive ways.

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  • Forgiven And Set Free

    $15.99

    No matter what influences a woman to end a pregnancy, the physical, psychological, and spiritual side effects are real and not always anticipated. Feelings of guilt, shame, and grief become a heavy burden, and many women feel that they will never be free, that no one understands, that God will never forgive them. But there is hope.

    Linda Cochrane has been there. With an understanding spirit and a gentle hand, she guides hurting women to bring their emotional scars “out of the dark past and into his holy light” where true and lasting healing can take place. Cochrane delves into the Scriptures to offer help with issues such as relief, denial, anger, forgiveness, depression, letting go, and acceptance.

    For every woman yearning for the peace of God’s forgiveness, this study can be the first step to healing and wholeness.

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  • Zero Hour America

    $23.00

    America has lost its way. And America will fall–unless.

    Revolution? Oligarchy? Or homecoming? Americans are approaching a zero hour for the republic and its distinctive view of ordered freedom. America is caught between two revolutions and alternately suppresses and squanders freedom with a prodigal carelessness, with little understanding of the responsibilities that freedom requires.

    Os Guinness warns that if America abandons its distinctive ideals and ideas, we will have carved into the chronicles of history yet another example of the failure of a free society. Like other crucial times in world history, the present crisis is a civilizational moment and also a pivot point that could lead to national renewal. Outlining seven key foundation stones of freedom, Guinness lays out a pathway for defining and ordering freedom, righting national wrongs, and passing freedom’s baton from generation to generation.

    Human freedom is precious and rare, and citizens who prize it must do what it takes to renew and sustain societies that are free for all of their members. America’s window of opportunity is brief, and the alternative to renewal is bleak. The present moment must not be missed.

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  • Return Of The Gods

    $23.20

    The Return of the Gods, Cahn takes the reader on a journey from an ancient parable, the ancient inscriptions in Sumer, Assyria, and Babylonia that become the puzzle pieces behind what is taking place in our world to this day, specifically in America.

    The mystery involves the gods. Who are they? What are they? And is it possible that these beings, whose origins are from ancient times, are the unseen catalysts of modern culture?

    Is it possible that these gods lie behind the most pivotal events, forces, and movements taking place in our nation and around the world at this very moment? Are the gods at this very moment transforming our culture, our children, our lives, and America itself?

    Could this mystery have even determined the exact days on which Supreme Court decisions had to be handed down?

    What is the Dark Trinity? Is it possible that what we in the modern world take as nothing more than ancient mythology could actually possess a reality beyond our fathoming?

    Who is the Possessor? The Enchanter? The Destroyer? And the Sorceress? Could a sign that has appeared all over America and the world be linked to the gods of Mesopotamia? And if so, what does it actually mean?

    Could the gods have returned to New York City and an ancient mythology played out on the streets in real time? Is it possible that the gods lie behind everything from what appears on our computer monitors, our televisions and movie screens; to the lessons given in our classrooms; to the breakdown of the family; to wokism; to the occult; to our addictions; to the Supreme Court; to cancel culture; to children?s cartoons; to every force and factor that has transformed the parameters of gender; to that which appears in our stores, on our T-shirts, and on our coffee mugs—to that which is, at this very moment, transforming America and much of the world? Is it possible that behind all these things are ancient mysteries that go back to the Middle East and ancient Mesopotamia? This and so much more, most of which we can?t even reveal in this description, will be uncovered.

    Is it possible that the gods are even affecting your life right now? How can you recognize it? And what can you do about it?

    The Return of the Gods is not only one of the most explosive books you?ll ever read but also one of the most profound. It will reveal the most stunning secrets and truths behind what is happening before your eyes in America and the nations. You will see things, even in your world, in

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  • Elusive Grace : Loving Your Enemies While Striving For God’s Justice

    $19.00

    The United States is suffering through a season of social and political division unseen since the Civil War. Unrest over long-standing social (especially racial) injustices are confronting new, antidemocratic perspectives and practices. So much is at stake. Will this country fulfill or abandon its historic commitment to equality and civil liberties? Can a nation so divided come together again?

    These questions cut to the core of the beliefs articulated by Christian communities. How can we as people of faith reconcile the call to participate in God’s ongoing struggle for justice while not losing our souls to hatred? How can we love our enemies in this time? Scott Black Johnston believes that there is a way to pursue this difficult work and that people of faith can light the way. He encourages us to recommit to our highest principles–our virtues–and to turn hearts poisoned by cynicism into instruments of love.

    From his pulpit in midtown Manhattan, just one block from Trump Tower, Johnston has a unique perspective on the ideological discord tearing at the nation’s fabric. From there, he raises a moral voice that beckons us to become better neighbors, better citizens, better human beings. He calls for the church to model robust advocacy for justice, without denying the full humanity of those on the other side of the argument.

    This provocative book brings the wisdom of Scripture into conversation with such diverse minds as Emily Dickinson, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Ayn Rand, and Mister Rogers. Johnston’s prose is by turns erudite and poignant, yet always insightful. He offers not just words of hope but a prescribed course of action for individuals and communities alike, as we look to mend our souls and restore our civic life.

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  • In A Land Of Awe

    $28.99

    A shimmering entry point to awe–and to what it means to be wild and rewilded.

    Out on the edges of our frantic twenty-first-century nation, bands of wild horses stand nestled together, calmly nuzzling each other to maintain the bonds of family. Prairie hills unfurl around them, and the sky provides their shelter. In the same states where factories churn, offices bustle, and cell phones demand our attention, remote places of solace and beauty rest, mostly undiscovered, in a parallel world that lies closer than we often imagine.

    Through the lens of the wild mustang, professor and poet Chad Hanson gives us new ways to see and meaningfully engage our world as we enter new considerations about how we understand animals and our landscapes, our history, and ourselves. What is a wild animal? How do feelings of reverence reconnect us with nature? What can we learn from our wisdom traditions? And in the end, what would it look like if we managed public land with the common good in mind? With wisdom gathered from the histories of the American West, geography, philosophy, theology, and sociology, we meet awe anew. In the tradition of the great literary and nature writers, In a Land of Awe serves as a plea for what we stand to lose if we don’t find the courage to protect the planet’s most beautiful, and vulnerable, others.

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  • Triumph Of Beauty

    $29.99

    This last year exposed the anger and fear of the world. It also exposed the trajectory of humankind away from God, against his Church, and into increasing darkness–with the darkest hours still ahead. But the Lord has an unexpected answer for the rise of ugliness and violence.

    Here International House of Prayer leader David Sliker gives believers hope for the times to come. God’s merciful answer to the world’s rage is a beautiful, unified Church, one that counters anger with kindness and mercy, loves its enemies, and overcomes bitterness and offense. David also shows how we can lay hold of the Lord’s beauty via revelation and transformation. When we do, we will love like he loves. We will endure without despair. We will display his works. We will boldly, tenderly, and lovingly stand for his truth. And we will rise up as his Bride, whose beauty eclipses the darkness.

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  • No Reason To Hide Workbook

    $12.99

    Keep Swimming Against the Tide of a Sinking Culture

    In No Reason to Hide, bestselling author Erwin W. Lutzer examines the culture-wide spiritual freefall that has left Christ-followers misplaced and targeted. Now with this companion workbook, he leads you deeper into the chaotic tides of today, preparing you with biblical responses for the harmful effects of an aggressively secular society.

    Take a closer look at the battleground issues Christians face and prepare to compassionately minister to those who believe differently. As you journey through this study, you will be:

    *empowered to withstand the cultural tsunami and remain faithful to God, no matter the cost

    *alerted to the trends that undermine Christian convictions and values, and prepared to effectively proclaim the truth

    *reminded that God is present with us in every challenge, helping us to not only survive but thrive in a hostile world

    In a culture where we as Christians can no longer afford to remain silent, the No Reason to Hide Workbook will encourage and equip you as you take a bold stand for faith in today’s wayward world.

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  • Mama Bear Apologetics Guide To Sexuality Discipleship Workbook

    $13.99

    Empowered to Speak Truth

    Talking to your children about gender, sexuality, and marriage can be challenging. But the difference between what the Bible and the world have to say about these topics can be a gateway to teaching them to love and cherish God’s sacred truth. This helpful study guide companion to Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality will prepare you to turn these tricky conversations into amazing opportunities for kingdom discipleship.
    Inside this workbook, you will find:

    *active reading notes highlighting vocabulary, themes, and questions that further your study of each chapter from Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality

    *highlighted verses from Scripture that illuminate the tender heart behind God’s design for sex and gender

    *discipleship activities to help you engage your kids in age-appropriate dialogue about sensitive issues like homosexuality, transgenderism, pornography, and more

    Perfect for individual and small group study, this workbook is the resource every Mama Bear needs to advocate for God’s truth with wisdom and confidence while equipping her children to understand His perfect plan for human sexuality.

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  • No Reason To Hide

    $18.99

    Will You Be Complicit, Complacent, or Courageous?

    In a culture with an ever-narrowing definition of tolerance, Christians can no longer stay silent about the divide between the Bible’s truth and the world’s lies. From bestselling author Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer, No Reason to Hide examines the toxic roots behind the alarming symptoms of a nation in spiritual freefall–and why your faith must empower you to engage rather than hide.

    As you read, you’ll be equipped to defend your biblical beliefs with confidence and compassion. You’ll also identify how you can respond to the battleground issues of today, including:

    *identity-driven social justice ideologies that seek to divide rather than unite
    *cultural attacks on the definitions of sex and gender that turn language into a war
    *progressive pushes within the church that ultimately desecrate the Bible’s teachings

    A call for believers to standing firm in today’s oppressive world, No Reason to Hide is a rallying reminder that will ready Christians everywhere to have the courage to proclaim Scripture’s truth to a culture in desperate need of what only God can offer.

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  • Dont Go To College

    $29.99

    An examination of how America’s colleges have become an intellectual hell on Earth for anyone who wishes to think rationally and seek truth and wisdom, as well as a plan for how young citizens can claim and safeguard the learning and heritage to which they are entitled.

    From safe-spaces and trigger warnings, to grievance studies and neo-Marxist indoctrination, to sexual degeneracy and hook-up culture, to student loan indentured servitude, to useless degrees with no translatable real-world application, the modern-day American university now functions as the complete inversion of its original purpose.

    Rather than creating civically-minded, competent citizens and adults able to provide for themselves, their families, and their society, America’s universities now function as institutional assembly lines for the production of the new 21st century global citizen-serf: atomized, infantilized, dependent, and pacified.

    This book provides the definitive diagnosis of what exactly happened to America’s universities while giving the reader a blueprint for how young citizens, parents, and local communities alike can safeguard, escape, and begin resisting such pernicious indoctrination and illogical woke nonsense.

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  • Biblical Perspective On Elections

    $8.99

    As you prepare for Election Day, this practical resource can help you exercise one of your greatest civic duties-voting. Every vote matters, and God’s people can’t be silent.

    This practical resource that will help you and your family think Biblically as you pray, examine the issues and candidates, and then carefully cast your vote. You’ll find a 30-day prayer guide, wisdom from the Bible about key issues, practical steps you can take, and room for you to take notes.

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  • America A Redemption Story

    $28.99

    America is at a crossroads, reckoning with contested narratives about its history and identity, and facing unprecedented division. Bestselling author Senator Tim Scott shares a renewed vision for the United States–and invites all Americans to find themselves within this nation’s redemptive story of opportunity, unity, and hope.

    Senator Scott knows what it’s like to live at the intersection of hardship and opportunity. From his roots in South Carolina, growing up in a poor, single-parent household to starting a successful small business to his rising political career in the Senate, Scott’s message of hope for America grows from his own life–the challenges, the achievements, and the work he’s currently doing to bring positive change to the people of the United States.

    In America, a Redemption Story, Scott invites readers on a compelling journey to reclaim the American dream today. Weaving together deeply personal memoirs, stories of his family’s struggle with poverty and injustice, and stirring accounts of fellow Americans past and present, Scott says we can see the truth of America’s identity in the stories of individuals–people whose lives embody the hope and resilience that have carried the nation through its greatest failures and challenges. Readers will

    *be inspired by the stories of personal grit and everyday heroism that reveal the power of a single individual to create positive change–for themselves, their communities, and their nation;

    *gain an insider’s view through Senator Scott’s stories from his political career, including his relationship with President Donald Trump and the breaching of the Capitol on January 6, 2021;

    *and learn why principles of personal responsibility, opportunity for all, and unity based on empathy provide the greatest hope for our nation’s future.

    At once a clear-eyed reckoning with America’s past and present failures, an ode to its exceptional accomplishments, and a vision of the greatness it can still achieve, this book is Scott’s call to all Americans to see themselves as inheritors–and fellow authors–of a story still being written.

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  • Talking To Your Children About Race

    $6.25

    Conversations about race and ethnicity can be uncomfortable. Often parents don’t know what to say or how to say it. It might seem easier to duck a hard, confusing subject, but your children are already learning about race from the world around them. But are they hearing what God has to say in the Bible?

    Pastor Jerome Gay Jr. equips parents for conversations about race, helping you take an active role in ensuring that your children are given a biblically rooted and gospel-saturated view of race and ethnicity. Learn tips for discussing issues of injustice and biblical reconciliation, as well as proactively engaging and learning from others from different ethnic backgrounds. By not shying away from this topic, we will be equipping our children as kingdom citizens who reflect Jesus to a polarized world.

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  • Grace Can Lead Us Home

    $18.99

    On any given night, more than half a million Americans and Canadians find themselves sleeping on the streets, in shelters, cars, and other places not meant for human habitation. Yet as this crisis continues to grow, it remains one of the least talked about–especially in churches. Even where compassion and empathy exist, the complexities around homelessness can make us feel stuck, overwhelmed, or numb to the existence of unhoused people in our cities and neighborhoods.?

    Reporting back from his work in homeless services, minister and advocate Kevin Nye introduces readers to the Christ he’s met in tents, shelters, and drop-in centers. He demystifies homelessness by journeying into complex issues like affordable housing, mental illness, addiction, and more, while reimagining our theological approach to these matters and educating us on how they intersect with homelessness.

    This thorough and intimate book shows us that from the margins, Jesus has something to teach us all about grace–something that could change the landscape of homelessness entirely if we’re ready to hear it.

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  • Silencing White Noise

    $39.99

    Racism is omnipresent in American life, both public and private. We are immersed in what prominent Black church leader Willie Dwayne Francois III calls white noise–the racist speech, ideas, and policies that lull us into inaction on racial justice. White noise masks racial realities and prevents constructive responses to microaggressions, structural inequality, and overt interpersonal racism.

    In this book, Francois calls people of all races to take up practices that overcome silence and inaction on race and that advance racial repair. Drawing from his antiracism curriculum, the Public Love Organizing and Training (PLOT) Project, Francois encourages us to move from a “colorblind” stance and mythic innocence to one that takes an honest account of our national history and acknowledges our complicity in racism as a prelude to antiracist interventions.

    Weaving together personal narrative, theology, and history, this book invites us to engage 6 “rhythms of reparative intercession.” These are six practices of antiracism that aim to repair harm by speaking up and “acting up” on behalf of others. Silencing White Noise offers concrete ways to help people wrest free from the dangers of racism and to develop lifelong Christian antiracist practices.

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  • Silencing White Noise

    $19.99

    Racism is omnipresent in American life, both public and private. We are immersed in what prominent Black church leader Willie Dwayne Francois III calls white noise–the racist speech, ideas, and policies that lull us into inaction on racial justice. White noise masks racial realities and prevents constructive responses to microaggressions, structural inequality, and overt interpersonal racism.

    In this book, Francois calls people of all races to take up practices that overcome silence and inaction on race and that advance racial repair. Drawing from his antiracism curriculum, the Public Love Organizing and Training (PLOT) Project, Francois encourages us to move from a “colorblind” stance and mythic innocence to one that takes an honest account of our national history and acknowledges our complicity in racism as a prelude to antiracist interventions.

    Weaving together personal narrative, theology, and history, this book invites us to engage 6 “rhythms of reparative intercession.” These are six practices of antiracism that aim to repair harm by speaking up and “acting up” on behalf of others. Silencing White Noise offers concrete ways to help people wrest free from the dangers of racism and to develop lifelong Christian antiracist practices.

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  • Rehumanize : A Vision To Secure Human Rights For All

    $24.95

    Who deserves human rights?

    The answer to this question is the crux of all moral and political action in society, and defines our character as individuals and as nations. Murphy and her co-authors seek to answer this vital question in this accessible and succinct handbook on the Consistent Life Ethic, a moral philosophy whose central principle is that each and every human being has inherent dignity, and therefore deserves to live free from violence. Rehumanize includes a digestible yet systematic analysis of the history, ethics, and public policy surrounding modern issues of dehumanization, and casts a rehumanizing vision of a world beyond violence. Beyond the confines of political parties or religious exclusion, the founder of Rehmanize International communicates an aspiration to an inclusive ideal of a consistent movement of every human standing for every human.

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  • Reorganized Religion : The Reshaping Of The American Church And Why It Matt

    $27.00

    Uncover the ways the Christian church has changed in recent years–from the decline of the mainline denominations to the mega-churchification of American culture to the rise of the Nones and Exvaneglicals–and a hopeful reimagining of what the church might look like going forward.

    The United States is in the middle of an unprecedented spiritual, technological, demographic, political and social transformation– moving from an older, mostly white, mostly Protestant, religion-friendly society to a younger diverse, multiethnic, pluralistic culture, where no one faith group will have the advantage. At the same time, millions of Americans are abandoning organized religion altogether in favor of disorganized disbelief.

    Reorganized Religion is an in-depth and critical look at why people are leaving American churches and what we lose as a society as it continues. But it also accepts the dismantling of what has come before and try to help readers reinvent the path forward. This book looks at the future of organized religion in America and outline the options facing churches and other faith groups. Will they retreat? Will they become irrelevant? Or will they find a new path forward?

    Written by veteran religion reporter Bob Smietana, Reorganized Religion is a journalistic look at the state of the American church and its future. It draws on polling data, interviews with experts, and reporting on how faith communities old and new are coping with the changing religious landscape, along with personal stories about how faith is lived in everyday life. It also profiles faith communities and leaders who are finding interesting ways to reimagine what church might look like in the future and discuss various ways we can reinvent this organization so it survives and thrives. The book also reflects the hope that perhaps people of faith can learn to become, if not friends with the larger culture, then at least better neighbors.

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  • Broken News : Why The Media Rage Machine Divides America And How To Fight B

    $29.00

    A former Fox News political editor reveals how news organizations have succumbed to the temptation of “rage revenue” through slanted coverage that drives political division and rewards outrageous conduct.

    Rage revenue-addicted news companies are plagued by shoddy reporting, sensationalism, groupthink, and brain-dead partisan tribalism. Newsrooms rely on emotion-driven blabber to entrance conflict-addled super users.

    In Broken News, Chris Stirewalt, celebrated as one of America’s sharpest political analysts in print and on television, employs his trademark wit and insight to give readers an inside look at these problems. He explains that these companies don’t reward bad journalism because they like it, but because it is easy and profitable.

    Take it from Stirewalt: As a top editor and election forecaster on Fox News’ decision desk during the 2020 election, he knows firsthand what happens when viewers (including the president of the United States) become more accustomed to flattery and less willing to hear news that punctures their bubbles.

    Broken News is a fascinating, deeply researched, conversation-provoking study of how the news is made and how it must be repaired, with surprising takeaways about who’s to blame. Stirewalt goes deep inside the history of the industry to explain how today’s media divides America for profit. And he offers practical advice for how everyday readers, listeners and viewers can (and should) become better news consumers for the sake of the republic.

    This is a book for those who care about our country-and want the news to do the news again.

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  • Strangers And Scapegoats

    $49.99

    We live in a world of oppositional relationships and increasing in-group/out-group divisions. Christian sociologist Matthew Vos explains how the problem of the stranger lies at the root of many problems humanity faces, such as racism, sexism, and nationalism. He applies classic sociological theory on “the stranger” to matters of faith and social justice, showing that an identity in Christ frees us to love strangers as neighbors and friends. The book also includes two guest chapters, one on intersex persons and the church and one on stranger-making in the “correctional” system.

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  • Hollowed Out : A Warning About America’s Next Generation

    $16.99

    Do teachers have a front-row seat to America’s decline?

    Jeremy S. Adams, a teacher at both the high school and college levels, thinks so.

    Adams has spent decades trying to instill wisdom, ambition, and a love of learning in his students. And yet, as he notes, when teachers get together, they often share an arresting conclusion: Something has gone terribly wrong. Something essential is missing in our young people.

    Their curiosity seems stunted, their reason undeveloped, their values uninformed, their knowledge lacking, and, most worrying of all, their humanity diminished.

    Digital hermits of a sort unfamiliar to an older generation, they have little interest in marriage and family. They largely dismiss – and are shockingly ignorant of – religion. They sneer at patriotism, sympathize with riots and vandalism, and regard American society and civilization as so radically flawed that it must be dismantled. Often friendless and depressed, they eat alone, study alone, and even “socialize” alone.

    Educators like Adams see a generation slipping away. The problems that have hollowed out our young people have been festering for years. A year of COVID-19 lockdowns and social distancing have magnified them. The result could be a generation – and our nation’s future – lost in a miasma of alienation and stupefaction.

    In his stunning new book, Hollowed Out, Jeremy S. Adams reveals why students have rejected the wisdom, culture, and institutions of Western civilization – and what we can do to win them back. Poignant, frightening, and yet inspiring, this is a book for every parent, teacher, and patriot concerned for our young people and our country.

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  • Celebrities For Jesus

    $24.99

    Many Christian leaders use their fame and influence to great effect. Whether that popularity resides at the local church level or represents national or international influence, many leaders have effectively said to their followers, “Follow me as I follow Christ.” But fame that is cultivated for its own sake, without attendant spiritual maturity and accountability, has a shadow side that runs counter to the heart of the gospel. Celebrity–defined as social power without proximity–has led to abuses of power, the cultivation of persona, and a fixation on profits.

    In light of the fall of famous Christian leaders in recent years, the time has come for the church to reexamine its relationship to celebrity. Award-winning journalist Katelyn Beaty explores the ways fame has reshaped the American church, explains how and why celebrity is woven into the fabric of the evangelical movement, and identifies many ways fame has gone awry in recent years. She shows us how evangelical culture is uniquely attracted to celebrity gurus over and against local institutions, and she offers a renewed vision of ordinary faithfulness, helping us all keep fame in its proper place.

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  • Wired For Racism

    $19.95

    Why is there so much racism in America, when most of us claim we are not racists?

    Drawing on evolutionary insights, the latest research on the human brain, and wisdom from religious traditions Mark Ellingsen and James Woodall explore this question with a unique perspective. They detail the ways in which we are in some ways “wired for racism”, but they also show how the elasticity of the brain enables genuine progress, particularly when aided by religious practices and best practices of the civil rights movement.

    If you are looking for a way to challenge the racial idolatry and race-based thinking that characterizes many of the social, legal, and economic structures in our world today, this is the book for you.

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  • Strangers And Scapegoats

    $24.99

    We live in a world of oppositional relationships and increasing in-group/out-group divisions. Christian sociologist Matthew Vos explains how the problem of the stranger lies at the root of many problems humanity faces, such as racism, sexism, and nationalism. He applies classic sociological theory on “the stranger” to matters of faith and social justice, showing that an identity in Christ frees us to love strangers as neighbors and friends. The book also includes two guest chapters, one on intersex persons and the church and one on stranger-making in the “correctional” system.

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  • Gospel Of Peace In A Violent World

    $40.00

    Blessed are the peacemakers.

    The gospel of Jesus Christ is the good news of peace: peace between God and humanity, peace among humans. And yet it can be difficult to see that peace in our broken, violent world.

    In this volume, Shawn Graves and Marlena Graves have gathered contributions from theologians, pastors, and practitioners on the importance and implementation of Christian nonviolence in today’s world. The vision they cast not only responds to the realities of war and conflict but also offers a broader, deeper understanding of peace that addresses topics such as race, gender, disability, immigration, the environment, food scarcity, and more–a holistic shalom that is evidence of God’s presence.

    May it be so.

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  • Psalms For Black Lives

    $15.99

    In the summer of 2020, while composing a series of devotionals on the Psalms for their church, the Double Love Experience, authors Gabby Cudjoe-Wilkes and Andrew Wilkes recognized that these ancient words spoke truth and inspiration not only to their immediate community, but also to the growing number of people doing the holy, demanding work of pursuing justice, undoing structural racism, and building a society that truly values Black lives.

    The Psalms speak power today as they always have. They have spoken across generations. They have bridged cultural divides and social contexts with their emotional rawness, urge towards justice, and blunt candor about the coarse edges of walking with God. Psalms for Black Lives includes thirty devotions, each containing a psalm, a reflection, and an invitation for the reader to develop a justice imagination through further engagement with the text. Psalms for Black Lives also includes daily discussion questions to support small-group study and a guide for congregational and community groups who want to embody the words of the Psalms together.

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  • Death Of Learning

    $30.99

    Liberal education, if it does not discover how to speak to society in ways our culture understands, and if it cannot make its virtues apparent to the democracy in which we live, will make itself smaller and smaller, lose the audience it wishes to hold, and die by diminishment. The liberal arts are dying because most Americans don’t see the point of them. They don’t get why anyone would study literature or history or the classics–or, more contemporarily, feminist criticism, whiteness studies, or the literature of postcolonial states–when they can get an engineering or a business degree.

    Americans have two serious concerns regarding the value of a liberal arts education: first, the personal good of a liberal education, its value to the future life of the student, which is no longer as evident as it once was; and second, that except for academic ideologues on the left who passionately believe the liberal arts can be used to bludgeon students to become “social justice” activists, we more old-fashioned instructors are so frightened of speaking the language of usefulness and relevance that we come across less as citizens helping to promote the wider good and more as cloistered, inward-looking intellectuals. If we have the capacity and the will to be of real use to society, we have hidden it under a bushel.

    My point is that the liberal arts are, at their best, not only of immense value–let’s even say of “use”–to each of us as individuals, but also to America at large. Part of the greatness of the Founders was that they were much more hesitant than we are to believe that liberal education could not be useful or that other forms of education could not be liberal.

    If Jefferson could think of a fully educated man as one who understands farming and philosophy, if he had no trouble moving from classical studies to writing a tract upon which a nation would be built, why are we Americans today so rigid in our separation of the theoretical from the practical, the scholarly from the civic?

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  • In The Margins

    $19.99

    Through scriptural reflection and personal stories about gender identity, an ordained priest moves the conversation beyond transgender inclusion to demonstrate the unique and vital theological insights transgender Christians can provide the church.

    Father Shannon Kearns is familiar with liminal spaces. He’s lived in them his whole life. And while his experience as a transgender man has often made it difficult for him to fit in–especially in the context of Christianity–it has also shaped his perspective in important ways on complicated, gender-transgressing aspects of theology and Scripture.

    In the Margins weaves stories from Shannon’s life into reflections on well-known biblical narratives–such as Jacob wrestling with the divine, Rahab and the Israelite spies, Ezekiel and the dry bones, and the transfiguration of Jesus. In each chapter, Shannon shows how stories have helped him make sense of his own identity, and how those same stories can unlock the transformative power of faith for those willing to listen with an open mind and stand alongside him in the in-between.

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  • Sex Tech And Faith

    $22.99

    A values-based, shame-free, pleasure-positive discussion of Christian ethics in response to a range of pressing issues in the digital age-including online pornography, dating apps, sexting, virtual-reality hookups, and sex robots.

    Digital innovation has rapidly changed the landscape of sexual experience in the twenty-first century. Rules-based sexual ethics, subscribed to by many Christians, are unable to keep up with new developments and, more often than not, seem effective at little other than generating shame.

    Progressive ethicist Kate Ott steps into this void with an expansive yet nuanced approach that prioritizes honesty and discernment over fear and judgment. Rather than producing a list of don’ts, Ott considers the possibilities alongside the potential harm in everything from the use of internet porn to the practice of online dating to human-robot intimacy. With the aid of thought-provoking anecdotes and illuminating research, Ott invites readers to wrestle with the question of how to practice a just and flourishing sexuality in the digital age-and does so by drawing on core values of the Christian tradition.

    A rich resource for both individuals and groups, Sex, Tech, and Faith includes discussion questions at the end of each chapter for those considering these issues in community, as well as extensive youth study guides for parents, pastors, and teachers in need of age-appropriate means of beginning these difficult conversations with teens. Readers of all backgrounds and identities will be challenged to consider how their choices and habits in the digital world can lead to sexual health, wholeness, dignity, and fulfillment-for themselves and those in relationship with them.

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  • Reclaim A Generation

    $9.99

    It’s time to reclaim a generation! Our young people are in distress! Schools and universities often feel like battlegrounds for the hearts and souls of kids. Many are concerned–especially parents and grandparents–for the future of the next generation.

    What can you do? Pray!

    Reclaim a Generation is a 21-day prayer guide, loaded with relevant information about the issues schools and kids face today. It includes targeted prayer points and Scriptures to pray through each day. While it can be used any time throughout the year, it is especially effective to use when kids are going back to school after summer break.

    Pray for a school that’s on your heart–maybe the school you attended, your child’s or grandchild’s school, or one in your neighborhood. Better yet . . . get your entire church or prayer group to pray through this guide with you!

    Reclaim a Generation also includes tips for churches on how to bless schools and kids with prayer in unique ways while they are praying through this guide as a congregation.

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  • Price Of Principle

    $25.99

    In his fiftieth book, The Price of Principle: Why Integrity Is Worth the Consequences, Alan Dershowitz–#1 New York Times bestselling author and one of America’s most influential legal scholars–explores the implications of the increasing tendency in politics, academia, media, and even the courts of law to punish principle and reward partisan hypocrisy.

    Alan Dershowitz has been called “one of the most prominent and consistent defenders of civil liberties in America” by Politico, and “the nation’s most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights” by Newsweek. Yet, he has come under intense criticism for living by his principles and applying his famed “shoe on the other foot test.”

    The Price of Principle is about efforts to cancel Alan Dershowitz and his career because he has insisted on sticking to his principles instead of choosing sides in the current culture and political war dividing our country. He explains that principled people are actively punished for not being sufficiently partisan. Principle has become the vice and partisanship the virtue in an age when partisan ends justify unprincipled means, such as denial of due process and free speech in the interest of achieving partisan or ideological goals.

    Throughout his narrative, Dershowitz focuses on three sets of principles that have guided his life: 1) freedom of expression and conscience; 2) due process, fundamental fairness, and the adversary system of seeking justice; and 3) basic equality and meritocracy. He documents the attacks on him and others like him for being “guilty” of refusing to compromise important principles to promote partisanship. He names names and points fingers of accusation at those who have led us down this dangerous road.

    In the end, The Price of Principle represents an icon in the defense of free speech and due process reckoning with the challenges of unprincipled attacks–a new brand of McCarthyism–and insisting that we ask hard questions about our own moral principles.

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  • College Scam : How America’s Universities Are Bankrupting And Brainwashing

    $29.99

    A Winning Team Publishing Title

    Why do we send our kids to college? Why do we spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a useless degree? Why do we let our children get indoctrinated by those who fundamentally disagree with America’s greatness? In his newest book, The College Scam, Charlie Kirk answers all of these questions and more. Since founding Turning Point USA, Charlie Kirk has been the leading voice across American college campuses standing up for conservative students. We all know that colleges are filled with far-left professors, but the truth is much worse. Anti-American ideals are thriving, progressives repress speech, and brainwashing is the norm. In The College Scam, Charlie Kirk puts the college industry on trial with a ten-count indictment of why academia has lost all credibility. A must-read for every student, parent, and concerned American citizen!

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  • Defeating Big Government Socialism

    $31.00

    Bestselling author and former Speaker Newt Gingrich reveals how Big Government Socialism is crippling America-and offers strategies and insights for everyday citizens to overcome its influence.

    In communities across our country, Americans are debating Critical Race Theory, vaccine mandates, tax increases, rising inflation, online censorship, and a host of other important issues.

    We have serious decisions to make about the future of our nation. Do we want big government, or limited government? Do we want to work hard and keep what we earn, or do we want government to decide how our money is spent? Do we want our children to learn how to think in school, or be told what to think? Do we want to make our own decisions about health care, or should the federal government dictate our treatments? Should American companies compete on a level playing field, or should Washington decide who wins and loses?

    Speaker Gingrich analyzes these questions, describes the polling that shows what the American Majority wants, and illustrates how we can create a safer, more prosperous, and secure future for America.

    In Defeating Big Government Socialism, best-selling author and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich explains how Americans must confront Big Government Socialism, which has taken over the modern Democratic Party, big business, news media, entertainment, and academia. He also offers strategies and insights for everyday citizens to save America’s future and ensure it remains the greatest nation on earth.

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  • Fire In The Streets

    $24.99

    From the origins of critical theory in the bowels of the academy to its use in justifying rioting and arson in the name of a dubious equity agenda, an eminent philosopher unmasks the intellectual origins of this mental virus, and details steps rational thinkers can take to combat its insidious spread.

    What can we do amidst all the controversies over race and gender in society today? Do we have anything constructive to offer the world? As Jesus followers, we do, and this book shows the way.

    A dangerous and revolutionary philosophy is responsible for the street fires in America. It fuels the actions of Black Lives Matter and Antifa. It invades curricula in public schools and in our military. It is in our churches. You have heard the phrase “white privilege,” the need for “safe spaces” on campuses, and perhaps the tongue-twister “intersectionality.”

    Behind all of these is an ideology called critical theory, which is a form of cultural Marxism that divides society into the oppressed and the oppressors. It claims that America is “systemically racist” and founded on slavery. It believes that the voices of the minorities should trump the perspective of the dominant (and oppressing) culture. Unfortunately, this flawed perspective is overtaking our culture and infiltrating many of our churches.

    In this book, we consider the importance of critical theory, explain its origins, question its aims, and subject it to a logical critique. Readers will:

    *Gain a better understanding of critical theory
    *See how it is permeating many aspects of society
    *Discover how it opposes a Christian worldview
    *Learn how to counter it constructively

    A biblical alternative to matters of justice and politics is available. One that is right and true. One based on the ideals of the American founding. Find it in these pages.

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  • Criminal InJustice : What The Push For Decarceration And Depolicing Gets Wr

    $29.00

    In his impassioned-yet-measured book, Rafael A. Mangual offers an incisive critique of America’s increasingly radical criminal justice reform movement, and makes a convincing case against the pursuit of “justice” through mass-decarceration and depolicing.

    After a summer of violent protests in 2020-sparked by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Rayshard Brooks-a dangerously false narrative gained mainstream acceptance: Criminal justice in the United States is overly punitive and racially oppressive. But, the harshest and loudest condemnations of incarceration, policing, and prosecution are often shallow and at odds with the available data. And the significant harms caused by this false narrative are borne by those who can least afford them: black and brown people who are disproportionately the victims of serious crimes.

    In Criminal (In)Justice, Rafael A. Mangual offers a more balanced understanding of American criminal justice, and cautions against discarding traditional crime control measures. A powerful combination of research, data-driven policy journalism, and the author’s lived experiences, this book explains what many reform advocates get wrong, and illustrates how the misguided commitment to leniency places America’s most vulnerable communities at risk.

    The stakes of this moment are incredibly high. Ongoing debates over criminal justice reform have the potential to transform our society for a generation-for better or for worse. Grappling with the data-and the sometimes harsh realities they reflect-is the surest way to minimize the all-too-common injustices plaguing neighborhoods that can least afford them.

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  • Fault Lines : The Social Justice Movement And Evangelicalism’s Looming Cata

    $17.99

    A famed preacher, professor, and cultural anthropologist reveals the cancer of woke theology that has permeated seminaries and that threatens the evangelical church itself. Plus a call to all Christian congregations to eschew the lure of critical theory and hold to the path of an individual relationship with God.

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    The Ground Is Moving

    The death of George Floyd at the hands of police in the summer of 2020 shocked the nation. As riots rocked American cities, Christians affirmed from the pulpit and in social media that “black lives matter” and that racial justice “is a gospel issue.”

    But what if there is more to the social justice movement than those Christians understand? Even worse: What if they’ve been duped into preaching ideas that actually oppose the Kingdom of God?

    In this powerful book, Voddie Baucham, a preacher, professor, and cultural apologist, explains the sinister worldview behind the social justice movement and Critical Race Theory–revealing how it already has infiltrated some seminaries, leading to internal denominational conflict, canceled careers, and lost livelihoods. Like a fault line, it threatens American culture in general–and the evangelical church in particular.

    Whether you’re a layperson who has woken up in a strange new world and wonders how to engage sensitively and effectively in the conversation on race or a pastor who is grappling with a polarized congregation, this book offers the clarity and understanding to either hold your ground or reclaim it.

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  • Defeating Big Government Socialism

    $29.00

    Bestselling author and former Speaker Newt Gingrich reveals how Big Government Socialism is crippling America-and offers strategies and insights for everyday citizens to overcome its influence.

    In communities across our country, Americans are debating Critical Race Theory, vaccine mandates, tax increases, rising inflation, online censorship, and a host of other important issues.

    We have serious decisions to make about the future of our nation. Do we want big government, or limited government? Do we want to work hard and keep what we earn, or do we want government to decide how our money is spent? Do we want our children to learn how to think in school, or be told what to think? Do we want to make our own decisions about health care, or should the federal government dictate our treatments? Should American companies compete on a level playing field, or should Washington decide who wins and loses?

    Speaker Gingrich analyzes these questions, describes the polling that shows what the American Majority wants, and illustrates how we can create a safer, more prosperous, and secure future for America.

    In Defeating Big Government Socialism, best-selling author and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich explains how Americans must confront Big Government Socialism, which has taken over the modern Democratic Party, big business, news media, entertainment, and academia. He also offers strategies and insights for everyday citizens to save America’s future and ensure it remains the greatest nation on earth.

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  • How To Be A Patriotic Christian

    $17.00

    What does it mean to love our country?

    Some Christians see loyalty to America as central to our faith and identity. Other Christians are skeptical that our nation warrants such devotion or attachment. But Richard Mouw encourages Christians to have a healthy sense of national peoplehood that promotes civic kinship and responsible citizenship. He navigates between Christian nationalism on one hand and cynicism about country on the other to avoid the perils of both idolatry and disengagement.

    Mouw grapples with sticky questions such as how to honor national holidays in church and the place of protests in forging a more perfect union. Placing love of country in the context of Christian love of neighbor, he sees patriotism as an expression of our heavenly citizenship and a call to help our country be a place where all people can thrive in peace.

    Mouw’s winsome and wise reflections direct our patriotic affections toward the civic good of others within our churches and in our communities. This guide helps us travel together on a shared national journey toward liberty and justice for all.

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  • Analog Christian : Cultivating Contentment, Resilience, And Wisdom In The D

    $17.00

    The digital age is in the business of commodifying our attention.

    The technologies of our day are determined to keep us scrolling and swiping at all costs, plugged into a feedback loop of impatience, comparison, outrage, and contempt. Blind to the dangers, we enjoy its temporary pleasures, unaware of the damage to our souls.

    Jay Kim’s Analog Church explored the ways the digital age and its values affect the life of the church. In Analog Christian, he asks the same question of Christian discipleship. As the digital age inclines us to discontentment, fragility, and foolishness, how are followers of Jesus to respond? What is the theological basis for living in creative resistance to the forces of our day? How can Christians cultivate the contentment, resilience, and wisdom to not only survive but to thrive as we navigate the specific challenges of our age?

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  • Fighting For Life

    $18.99

    What makes your heart break for our broken world?

    You want to make a difference in the world. You’re concerned about all the problems you see, the injustices and the suffering. But you don’t know where to begin. Designed for the aspiring activist or world-changer, this book is the key to get you started.

    Live Action founder Lila Rose says transformation begins with heartbreak–with seeing the injustices around you and allowing that suffering to light a fire in your soul. In this book, she shares raw and intimate stories from both her personal journey and pro-life activism that will inspire you to become a champion for your own cause. Along the way, you’ll discover how to:

    *determine where the need for your gifts is the greatest and begin making a difference;
    *overcome insecurities and imposter syndrome and become a leader through practice;
    *find inner courage and confidence in the face of obstacles and criticism; and
    *bounce back from mistakes to continually grow and make a long-lasting impact.

    The fight for a world that is more just, more beautiful, and more loving needs all of us. In allowing yourself to be wounded by the brokenness of our world, you’ll find the passion you need to make a difference–and draw closer to the One who truly saves.

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  • Jesus Politics : How To Win Back The Soul Of America

    $18.99

    New York Times bestselling author and Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson exposes the destructive nature of American politics and calls on Christians to actively participate in advancing the Kingdom of heaven on earth.We live in an ever-dividing country, a country in which identity politics, creeping socialist policies, and the vast partisan divide threaten the very fabric of America. After decades of political decay and of losing sight of our first principles, the American people are suffering from runaway debt, increased rates of depression, broken families, moral decay, and more. In Jesus Politics, Phil Robertson provides an alternate path: a radical call for Christians to use their freedoms to advance the agenda of the King and win back the soul of America.Exploring the problems facing our country and how Jesus would respond to each, Robertson offers a manifesto, showing us how to do good by King Jesus, bringing the kingdom of heaven to our homes, neighborhoods, churches, communities, and country. Jesus Politics charges readers to use their time, talents, resources, influence, and votes to protect and advance the policies of King Jesus. Together, Robertson declares that we can win back the soul of America, becoming a nation that proclaims, “In the King we trust.”

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  • Gods Holy Darkness

    $17.99

    In God’s Holy Darkness, Sharei Green and Beckah Selnick deconstruct anti-Blackness in Christian theology by celebrating instances in the story of God’s people when darkness, blackness, and night are beautiful, good, and holy. From the darkness at the beginning of creation to the blackness of the sky on the day when Christ’s birth was announced to the shepherds, children learn that blackness is something to celebrate as an important element of the life of faith. Lush and vibrant illustrations by artist Nikki Faison underscore the mystery and beauty of these wondrous acts of God’s holy darkness.

    Perfect for reading and anti-racist reflection in worship, as an affirmation and celebration with children, and at home with caregivers, God’s Holy Darkness is a gift to cherish.

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  • Rebels Manifesto : Choosing Truth, Real Justice, And Love Amid The Noise Of

    $17.99

    Following Jesus has never been harder. In a culture that glamorizes sex, chases fame, and shames those who don’t fall in line, it takes a rebel to be a Christian.

    In this book, Sean McDowell aims to encourage and inspire a generation of rebels who will dare to stand up to the madness in a just and loving manner.

    A Rebel’s Manifesto offers clear guidance to help people navigate the many moral issues that plague this generation. Students today are oriented toward action on ethical issues, and Sean will not only help them think biblically about various ethical issues, but he will also offer practical steps to make a positive difference in this world. In this book, Sean covers:

    *navigating bullying and social media;

    *handling loneliness, pornography, and sex;

    *approaching various conversations around climate change, race, and other controversial issues; and

    *articulating and defending biblical views at school, online, and with friends.

    Life doesn’t need to devolve into an online shouting match. Sean proposes a better way: to live a life calmly and confidently grounded in biblical truth.

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  • Sex Race And The Sovereignty Of God

    $17.99

    John Piper reveals timeless cultural themes in the Old Testament story of Ruth.

    Sex. Race. Scripture. Sovereignty. The book of Ruth doesn’t shy away from addressing them all head on. Though it recounts events from 3,000 years ago, this ancient story of a poor widow seeking protection in a foreign land holds surprising relevance for Christians in the twenty-first century. In Sex, Race, and the Sovereignty of God (previously titled A Sweet and Bitter Providence), John Piper explores unchanging truths and inspiring hope in the life of Ruth.

    Topical: Dives into cultural issues including biblical examples of manhood and womanhood, ethnic diversity and harmony, and God’s mysterious purposes in suffering

    Understand God’s Providence in Ruth’s Story: Follows her mother-in-law Naomi’s anguish and loss, Ruth’s relationship with Boaz, and her family’s ultimate lineage to David

    Study Key Biblical Themes: Explains the sovereignty of God, the sexual nature of humanity, the gospel of God’s mercy for the undeserving, and the glory of God’s grace

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  • Following Jesus In A Digital Age

    $12.99

    We were told technology would make our lives easier and more convenient, but technology just seems to have made it more complicated and confusing. As Christians, what does our faith have to do with these pressing issues of the digital age?

    In Following Jesus in the Digital Age, you will not only be challenged by Jason Thacker (author and Chair of Research in Technology Ethics at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission), on how technology is shaping your walk with Christ, but you will also be equipped with biblical wisdom to navigate the most difficult aspects of our digital culture.

    God calls his people to step into the challenges of the digital age from a place of hope and discernment, grounded in His Word. How will you follow Him in the digital age?

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  • HE Is Always With Me

    $19.99

    Rachelle is a survivor of physical, mental, and sexual abuse. She was molested from the age of 12 to 18 by her father and as a result, became pregnant. These events would devastate many in similar circumstances, but not Rachelle. All she wanted was to escape the torture and start a new life cemented in faith. Rachelle shows how to survive abuse and the emotional effect trauma can have on your life. Take this journey with her. Learn how her experiences will help you to also survive, cope and deal with abuse.

    Rachelle got an important law passed that has changed the lives of many people, including her own.

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  • When We Belong

    $17.99

    Step into a journey toward liberation, belonging, and a faith that makes you whole again.

    We need belonging to survive and thrive, but too often the church is an impediment. For Christians who know the pain, isolation, and loss of identity that comes with the ongoing struggle to be seen in churches and institutions full of barriers to belonging, you are not alone. Sometimes it can feel easier to walk away from faith completely. But there is another way. When it feels as though there’s no place left to belong, Jesus invites us into a love that knows no bounds and a community that truly liberates.

    In this hope-filled book, author Rohadi Nagassar brings the margins to the center to help readers rediscover a reality of love, belonging, and beauty through the journey of deconstructing, decolonizing, and reclaiming faith. For those on the margins struggling to find belonging, for everyone who wants to join in building radically inclusive communities where all people can live fully in their own skin–now begins a journey to find this freedom.

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  • Bioethics For Nurses

    $21.99

    Recovering the foundation of faith underneath a profession enduring the pressures of a rapidly changing health-care system.

    If you are one of the millions of Christian nurses or nursing students in the United States, you already know that there is no real way to separate your faith commitments from your professional vocation-nor would you want to. Especially amid the bedlam of the COVID-19 pandemic, faith has given countless nurses the strength to carry on and be there for their patients, one exhausting shift after another.

    Bioethics for Nurses, the first book of its kind, is for nurses and nurses in training who still believe in treating the whole person-not just their medical condition. It is for those committed to living out the love of Jesus Christ through the warm, relational care they provide for all hurting and vulnerable people-including those in underserved populations-each of whom has the dignity of a human being made in the image of God. It is also for those who rightly see themselves as crucial members of medical teams alongside doctors (and sometimes without doctors present at all), empowered to exercise professional judgment while protecting their consciences.

    With the combined wisdom of Alisha Mack, a professor of nursing with many years of clinical experience, and Charles Camosy, an award-winning bioethicist and theologian, Bioethics for Nurses advances a vision for a holistic Christian notion of healthcare with practical applications for everyday relevance on the job. Through a series of case studies in the second part of the book, Mack and Camosy explore the ethics of specific situations with far-reaching implications for nurses working in a range of fields. In the last part, the authors reflect on the future of nursing after COVID-19, making this an especially timely book for a pivotal moment in the history of the profession. Now, more than ever before, the wisdom of the ancient tradition of Christianity is needed to speak into the profound contemporary realities we are facing together as a culture.

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  • Hostages No More

    $29.00

    From coronavirus lockdowns to critical race theory in the classroom, it has become crystal clear that America’s schools aren’t working for America’s students and parents. No one knows this better than Betsy DeVos.

    Long before she was tapped by President Trump to serve as secretary of education, DeVos established herself as one of the country’s most influential advocates for education reform, from school choice and charter schools to protecting free speech on campus. She’s unflinching in standing up to the powerful interests who control and benefit from the status quo in education – which is why the unions, the media, and the radical left made her public enemy number one.

    Now, DeVos is ready to tell her side of the story after years of being vilified by the radical left for championing common-sense, conservative reforms in America’s schools.

    In Hostages No More, DeVos unleashes her candid thoughts about working in the Trump administration, recounts her battles over the decades to put students first, hits back at “woke” curricula in our schools, and details the reforms America must pursue to fix its long and badly broken education system. And she has stories to tell: DeVos offers blunt insights on the people and politics that stand in the way of fixing our schools.

    For students, families and concerned citizens, DeVos shares a roadmap for reclaiming education and securing the futures of our kids – and America.

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  • My Body Is MY Body

    $13.95

    My Body is MY Body is a simple rhyming book for children that creates a safe space for families and communities to begin the conversation about body safety and boundaries. Children learn that they have the power to use their voices to help prevent and stop unwanted touching and sexual abuse. With resources information included, My Body is MY Body is a helpful tool for everyone.

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  • Grace Can Lead Us Home

    $29.99

    On any given night, more than half a million Americans and Canadians find themselves sleeping on the streets, in shelters, cars, and other places not meant for human habitation. Yet as this crisis continues to grow, it remains one of the least talked about–especially in churches. Even where compassion and empathy exist, the complexities around homelessness can make us feel stuck, overwhelmed, or numb to the existence of unhoused people in our cities and neighborhoods.?

    Reporting back from his work in homeless services, minister and advocate Kevin Nye introduces readers to the Christ he’s met in tents, shelters, and drop-in centers. He demystifies homelessness by journeying into complex issues like affordable housing, mental illness, addiction, and more, while reimagining our theological approach to these matters and educating us on how they intersect with homelessness.

    This thorough and intimate book shows us that from the margins, Jesus has something to teach us all about grace–something that could change the landscape of homelessness entirely if we’re ready to hear it.

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  • Speechless : Controlling Words, Controlling Minds

    $16.99

    A New Strategy: We Win, They Lose

    The Culture War is over, and the culture lost.

    The Left’s assault on liberty, virtue, decency, the Republic of the Founders, and Western civilization has succeeded.

    You can no longer keep your social media account–or your job–and acknowledge truths such as: Washington, Jefferson, and Columbus were great men. Schools and libraries should not coach children in sexual deviance. Men don’t have uteruses.

    How did we get to this point?

    Michael Knowles of The Daily Wire exposes and diagnosis the losing strategy we have fallen for and shows how we can change course–and start winning.
    In the groundbreaking Speechless: Controlling Words, Controlling Minds Knowles reveals:

    *How the “free speech absolutists” gave away the store The First Amendment does not require a value-neutral public square

    *How the Communists figured out that their revolution could never succeed as long as the common man was attached to his own culture

    *Where political correctness came from

    *How, comply or resist, political correctness is a win-win game for the bad guys

    *Why taking our stand on “freedom of speech” helps put atheism, decadence, and nonsense on the same plane with faith, virtue, and reality

    *The real question: Will we shut down drag queen story hour, or cancel Abraham Lincoln?
    *For 170 years the First Amendment was compatible with prayer in public school

    *How the atheists got the Warren Court to rule their way

    *To this day, there’s a First Amendment exception for obscenity.

    *What exactly is the argument that perverts’ teaching toddlers to twerk is not obscene?

    Read Speechless: Controlling Words, Controlling Minds if you want to learn how to take the fight to the enemy.

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  • Science In The Age Of Unreason

    $29.99

    Science is undergoing an identity crisis! A renown psychologist and biologist diagnoses our age of wishful, magical thinking and blasts out a clarion call for a return to reason and the search for objective knowledge and truth. Fans of Matt Ridley and Nicholas Wade will adore this trenchant meditation and call to action.

    Science is in trouble. Real questions in desperate need of answers–especially those surrounding ethnicity, gender, climate change, and almost anything related to ‘health and safety’–are swiftly buckling to the fiery societal demands of what ought to be rather than what is. These foregone conclusions may be comforting, but each capitulation to modernity’s whims threatens the integrity of scientific inquiry. Can true, fact-based discovery be redeemed?

    In Science in the Age of Unreason, legendary professor of psychology and biology, John Staddon, unveils the identity crisis afflicting today’s scientific community, and provides an actionable path to recovery. With intellectual depth and literary flair, Staddon answers pressing questions, including:

    *Is science, especially the science of evolution, a religion?
    *Can ethics be derived from science at all?
    *How sound is social science, particularly surrounding today’s most controversial topics? *How can passions be separated from facts?

    Informed by decades of expertise, Science in the Age of Unreason is a clarion call to rebirth academia as a beacon of reason and truth in a society demanding its unconditional submission.

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  • Stranger At Our Shore

    $13.99

    A gripping tale of escape from Egypt, The Stranger at Our Shore is the true story of one young man’s journey out of Islam into new life in Christ. Through his remarkable testimony, Chicago pastor Joshua Sherif calls the Western Church to reconsider the plight of the modern day sojourners in our land–the strangers at our shore and the ones living right next door–and to return wholeheartedly to its first charge: making disciples. The book examines three ways believers harden their hearts towards the stranger and suggests three practical remedies to help us begin casting a wider net for discipleship in our communities. Though any reader will be captivated by the powerful story, any believer will walk away from this book feeling less intimidated and better equipped to disciple people who are different than them.

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  • Life Changing Cross Cultural Friendships

    $18.99

    We can heal our communities–one friendship at a time.

    Many of us want to do something to improve race relations, but we don’t know where to start or even if we can make a difference. In Life-Changing Cross-Cultural Friendships, beloved authors and good friends Gary Chapman and Clarence Shuler answer those questions and more by recounting their own story together.

    Long before Gary was the bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages and Clarence was the president and CEO of Building Lasting Relationships, they were just an associate pastor and a young high school student, bonded by a love of Christ and learning how to navigate their newly desegregated community. Decades of friendship later, they are sharing the important lessons they learned that will enable you to experience enriching friendships across racial and ethnic barriers.

    Each chapter of this inspiring and practical book will guide you into a deeper level of understanding about what friendship is and about the benefits of cross-cultural friendships on an individual and national level. These powerful lessons will include:

    *The importance of choosing the right words
    *How to differentiate true friends from mere acquaintances
    *How Jesus initiated a cross-cultural relationship
    *The first two steps to your own cross-cultural friendship
    *Three ways to resolve conflict in a cross-cultural friendship
    *How to make friendships last through life’s many seasons

    Breaking down the walls of division might not be easy, but the simple act of building friendships tears down walls of racism and fear. Will you accept the cross-cultural friendship challenge?

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  • Plot To Change America

    $18.99

    The Plot to Change America exposes the myths that help identity politics perpetuate itself. This book reveals what has really happened, explains why it is urgent to change course, and offers a strategy to do so. Though we should not fool ourselves into thinking that it will be easy to eliminate identity politics, we should not overthink it, either. Identity politics relies on the creation of groups and then on giving people incentives to adhere to them. If we eliminate group making and the enticements, we can get rid of identity politics.

    The first myth that this book exposes is that identity politics is a grassroots movement, when from the beginning it has been, and continues to be, an elite project. For too long, we have lived with the fairy tale that America has organically grown into a nation gripped by victimhood and identitarian division; that it is all the result of legitimate demands by minorities for recognition or restitutions for past wrongs. The second myth is that identity politics is a response to the demographic change this country has undergone since immigration laws were radically changed in 1965. Another myth we are told is that to fight these changes is as depraved as it is futile, since by 2040, America will be a minority-majority country, anyway. This book helps to explain that none of these things are necessarily true.

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  • Your Daily Phil

    $19.99

    A daily dose of truth, morality, and biblical wisdom from A&E Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson in this 100-day devotional.

    There is a war being waged on the soul of America, but Phil Robertson believes there is hope. In this compilation of 100 days of readings taken from his bestselling books The Theft of America’s Soul and Jesus Politics, now with newly added prayers and Bible verses, he shows how Americans can turn away from the lies of the devil and embrace the life-giving, healing, and wholly transforming love of God, helping to bring the kingdom of heaven to our homes, neighborhoods, churches, communities, and country.

    These 100 devotionals cover God-honoring principles, including:

    *committing to the life of Christ and his words;
    *understanding the importance of kindness, respect, hard work, and financial stewardship;
    *enjoying God’s creation–Earth, animals, and each other.

    Written with captivating storytelling and unflinching honesty, this book is a call for Christians to wake up and use their time, talents, resources, influence, and votes to protect and advance the policies of King Jesus–the only policies that will truly heal the soul of America.

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  • Next Sunday : An Honest Dialogue About The Future Of The Church

    $17.00

    Will future generations find a church worth fighting for?

    A great reckoning is underway in the church today: a naming and exposing of the exclusivity, abuse, racism, patriarchy, and unchecked power that have marked evangelical Christianity for far too long. What kind of church will emerge on the other side?

    Like many families, the Beaches have been wrestling with this question. Together, Nancy and Samantha represent two generations: Nancy, a boomer, was a key player in the megachurch movement that revolutionized global ministry during the ’80s and ’90s, while Samantha, a millennial, is willing to abandon those massive buildings and celebrity cultures and find out whether the foundation holds. Each chapter offers their individual experiences and perspectives on a challenge facing the church and considers the way forward.

    Filled with deep introspection and keen insight, Next Sunday is a vulnerable conversation about what the church has been–and what it can be.

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  • No Apologies : Why Civilization Depends On The Strength Of Men

    $29.99

    No more apologies for being a man! Best-selling social commentator Anthony Esolen draws on timeless wisdom to defend the masculine virtues of strength, drive, ambition, and determination in building and upholding civilization itself.

    It’s time to end the apology tour for traditional masculinity. A generation of young men and boys are being raised in self-loathing, taught that the core of their identity as men is not only abhorrent, but the fountainhead of humanity’s ills.

    In No Apologies, veteran author and professor, Anthony Esolen, issues a powerful defense of the virtues of masculine strength. From the thankless brute force that erected buildings, paved roads, and cleared ground, to the boundless energy of youth that compelled centuries of global exploration, to the father’s embodied authority as protector, director, and exemplar of law and justice, Esolen shows how civilization has rested upon the strength of men.

    Wizened, accessible, and powerfully articulated, Esolen draws on two millennia of historical thought, citing giants like Plato, Augustine, Aquinas, Twain, Solzhenitsyn, and others in a vigorous and timely defense of the masculine ethos.

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  • Left To Their Own Devices

    $17.99

    The new, fully revised edition of Katharine Hill’s lifeline for parents navigating the digital world

    Today, questions surrounding technology, screen time, online school and parenting are very real, and even more so following the COVID-19 pandemic. Parents need answers!

    Katharine Hill, author of A Mind of Their Own, explores the impact of the digital world on teenagers and younger children, giving up-to-date practical advice on all the important issues. She addresses the impact of everything from screen time, social media, and gaming to more serious issues such as online bullying, grooming, and pornography. This third edition, complete with up-to-the-minute research, has been comprehensively revised in the light of the pandemic, offering new content and fresh insight into how we can confront recent technological challenges and changes.

    Whether cradling a newborn or riding the roller coaster of the teenage years, a stranger to Snapchat or have two thousand followers on Twitter, this book is for moms and dads who not only want “cope” with bringing up children in the age of digital technology, but to be on the forefront–confidently parenting in a post-pandemic world of screens.

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  • Breaking The Deception Code

    $25.99

    Who needs to read this book?

    INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT MORE DISCERNMENT

    – You believe there’s something wrong with the government
    – You question the pandemic story
    – You want to understand the methods used to deceive you
    – You want to be victorious in an uncertain world

    INDIVIDUALS WHO WISH TO HONOR GOD BUT NEED DISCERNMENT

    – You believe what the news tells you
    – You trust your government
    – You trust the “science”
    – You are a very trusting person

    INDIVIDUALS WHO WON’T WANT TO READ THIS BOOK BUT NEED TO

    – Those with a “know-it-all” spirit
    – Those with closed minds who prefer lies to truth

    Inside this book you will learn:

    – The Blue Print to world domination and how to avoid it
    – What mind raids are and how to combat them
    – What type of mindsets prevent discernment
    – What type of mindsets bring discernment
    – How the six P’s and six F’s are used to manipulate you
    – How you’ve been brainwashed since childhood
    – What the elites think about you, hint, “moo”
    – What a Crisis Play is, and how it’s used to transform society
    – What it takes to be a propaganda resistance fighter
    – The role News plays in dispersing deception
    – Strategies for building God-centric freedom communities
    – How deception was used to pull off the Covid crime of the century
    – …and much more

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  • Jesus Takes A Side

    $29.99

    Jesus sides with the oppressed. Will you?

    In a world divided by left and right, red and blue, many Christians have upheld a “third way” approach in pursuit of moderation, harmony, and unity. But if Christians are more concerned with divisiveness than with faithfulness, we have failed to grasp the gospel’s political demands. We do not see Jesus taking a “third way” between oppressor and oppressed. And as followers of Jesus, neither should we.

    For the sake of our faith, for the sake of the least of these among us, and for Christ’s sake, Christians need to stand firmly for truth, peace, and justice. In Jesus Takes a Side, author Jonny Rashid lays out the political demands of following Jesus and offers strategies for how to engage politics practically and prophetically–even if it means taking a side.

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  • Facebook Narcissist : How To Identify And Protect Yourself And Your Loved O

    $15.95

    A comprehensive guide for understanding how narcissism on social media impacts our mental health, how to protect ourselves and our children from those affects as well as from narcissists, and how to use social media more mindfully.

    The Facebook Narcissist is the first book dedicated to exploring the relationship between narcissism and social media. Lena Derhally, a licensed psychotherapist certified in Imago therapy, delves into how social media enhances individual and cultural narcissism and how it may create or exacerbate toxic narcissistic tendencies in people who use it. Using her clinical expertise, along with scientific research and interviews with other experts in the field, she thoroughly examines: how narcissism on social media contributes to false narratives and ruptures relationships; how to identify a narcissist on social media (including how to spot the more subtle sub-types of narcissist, such as the covert, communal, and collective narcissist); how narcissism relates to the “influencer” and celebrity culture; narcissism and cyberbullying, cyberstalking, trolling, and victim blaming on social media; narcissism related to racism and politics on social media; the ways social media can create a problem of narcissism in children as they grow up, the implications of “sharenting”; and more. Readers will discover case studies and real examples of narcissists and how they present on social media.

    Derhally’s expertise in cultivating healthy, fulfilling, and connected relationships helps guide readers to take a deeper look at their behaviors on social media and of those around them. At the end of each chapter, she gives practical tips and takeaways for navigating narcissism online. Since abandoning our devices is impractical and not likely, this book will help readers understand how to use social media in a balanced way that inspires fulfillment and connection instead of the entitlement, attention-seeking, and lack of empathy that is at the heart of narcissism. Derhally also instructs readers on how they may use social media for good, and as a tool for positive social change. Social media is here to stay, but with education and awareness on how it makes us and the world more narcissistic, we can change the narrative and focus on the ways in which social media can be positive, and even improve the world for the better.

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  • Declaration Of Dependence

    $15.95

    This book reveals the shocking truth you need to know in a world riddled by irrationality, emotionalism, and violence. Religion is under attack, whether from totalitarian governments or modern education. Our tacit submission to politics, “freedom,” and science has made us slaves to a diabolical New Atheism and fear.

    With his prescient wit, wisdom, and fervor, Archbishop Fulton Sheen provides clarity amid propagandist lies and pagan societies united in purpose to destroy. He reminds us why we must fear what kills the soul more than what kills the body. He exposes the false prophets and philosophies at work in the world and the many “believers” who no longer worship or act in accordance with their beliefs.

    Archbishop Sheen masterfully decries the divisions and hatreds in America, explaining how we have turned from God and are on the precipice, that there is “too much tolerance of evil and not enough intolerance of injustice.” The chastisements the world is facing, he declares, are a consequence of its sins; they are the result of our abandonment of God, our idolatry; and man’s attempts to replace God serve only to show that the world is devoid of goodness without His presence.

    By declaring ourselves independent of God, we have brought down His wrath and made ourselves slaves to the world, the flesh, and the devil. Archbishop Sheen invites us to examine our consciences to see how we have, in fact, caused the wars in the world.

    By reading this book you will see how “isms” control people where the seeds have been planted for them to be controlled. You will learn how, throughout history, God punishes to destroy evil and, at the same time, to heal His sons from their sins. In addition, you will absorb the future saint’s teachings on:

    *The presence of the Antichrist in history
    *The cause of war – whether or not it is just – and where its greatest tragedy lies
    *How to truly fight for peace, justice, and unity in our country and among nations
    *The standard to which all Christians should hold themselves
    *Why the Church is opposed to extreme militarism and pacifism
    *Why those without conscience persecute those with conscience

    Best of all, Archbishop Sheen explains how God’s wrath is not capricious but is a consequence of our actions, how He is good and loving and will not let us drown in our sins, and how the key to our restoration – repentance – is readily in our grasp.

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  • Jesus Takes A Side

    $17.99

    Jesus sides with the oppressed. Will you?

    In a world divided by left and right, red and blue, many Christians have upheld a “third way” approach in pursuit of moderation, harmony, and unity. But if Christians are more concerned with divisiveness than with faithfulness, we have failed to grasp the gospel’s political demands. We do not see Jesus taking a “third way” between oppressor and oppressed. And as followers of Jesus, neither should we.

    For the sake of our faith, for the sake of the least of these among us, and for Christ’s sake, Christians need to stand firmly for truth, peace, and justice. In Jesus Takes a Side, author Jonny Rashid lays out the political demands of following Jesus and offers strategies for how to engage politics practically and prophetically–even if it means taking a side.

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  • Prophetic Integrity : Aligning Our Words With God’s Word

    $18.99

    What happens when prophets are wrong?

    In 2020, many Christians claiming to be prophets said that God told them that Donald Trump would be re-elected as president, which did not happen. What happens when prophets get it wrong? Are there consequences for misleading God’s people?

    In recent years, gross misjudgments among Charismatic Christians claiming to speak for God and moral failures within Evangelicalism have resulted in a crisis of belief. In Prophetic Integrity, bestselling author and speaker, R.T. Kendall gives a warning to those speaking in God’s name and offers a way forward in trusting God despite the failures of the church.

    *Personal accounts of visions and supernatural experiences
    *Good, bad, and ugly examples of modern-day prophecy
    *Seven levels of prophetic gifting
    *Examples of false teachings within open theism
    *Relevant Bible verses and meaningful quotes
    *Thought-provoking questions
    *A call for honesty, vulnerability, and repentance

    Prophetic Integrity is a book for those who believe that God still speaks today but have serious questions about those within the church that identify as prophets.

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  • Created Equal : The Painful Past, Confusing Present, And Hopeful Future Of

    $29.00

    Bestselling author and conservative icon Dr. Ben Carson lays out a hopeful and inspiring road map for how America can come together.

    External physical characteristics that are genetically encoded are things over which no individual has control. But rather than appreciating the gift of diversity, some have chosen to use it to drive wedges between groups of people. Some of these external characteristics are associated with the past moral failing of slavery. Though slavery in America formally ended in the 1860s, the vestiges of that evil institution are still with us today, and those vestiges often inflict guilt on some and facilitate feelings of victimhood in others.

    In Created Equal, Dr. Carson uses his own personal experiences as a member of a racial minority, along with the writings and experiences of others from multiple backgrounds and demographics, to analyze the current state of race relations in America. Instead of using race as an excuse to remake America into something completely antithetical to the Constitution, Dr. Carson suggests ways to enhance and bring great success to our nation and all multiethnic societies by magnifying America’s incredible strengths instead of her historical weaknesses.

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  • Psychology Of Christian Nationalism

    $21.00

    How do we overcome polarization in American society? How do we advocate for justice when one side won’t listen to the other and cycles of outrage escalate?

    These questions have been pressing for years, but the events of January 6, 2021, and the emergence of a vocal, virulent Christian nationalism have made it even more urgent that we find a way forward.

    For Pamela Cooper-White the path lies in balancing the pastoral and the prophetic. Though often difficult, our calling to fight for justice and our duty to love our neighbor must be held together. We cannot abandon one in pursuit of the other. In fact, the two can only work when they work together.

    By turns hopeful and realistic, Cooper-White looks deeply at the roots of our current situation and brings together two themes in the pursuit of one goal: confronting our divided nation and pursuing justice for all.

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  • How To Find Yourself

    $19.99

    A Christian Answer to the Identity Angst of Our Culture

    In the 21st-century West, identity is everything. Never has it been more important, culturally speaking, to know who you are and remain true to yourself. Expressive individualism–the belief that looking inward is the way to find yourself–has become the primary approach to identity formation, and questioning anyone’s “self-made self” is often considered a threat or attack.

    Prompted by his own past crisis of identity, Brian Rosner challenges the status quo by arguing that, while knowing yourself is of some value, it cannot be the sole basis for one’s identity. He provides an approach to identity formation that leads to a more stable and satisfying sense of self. This approach looks outward to others–acknowledging that we are social beings–and looks upward to God to find a self who is intimately known and loved by him. How to Find Yourself equips readers from a variety of backgrounds to engage sympathetically with some of the most pressing questions of our day.

    Challenges the Status Quo: Examines and critiques expressive individualism–the leading strategy for identity formation

    Gospel-Centered: Identifies an approach to identity formation in Jesus’s life story and God’s personal knowledge of his children

    Accessible: Helpful for a wide audience of laypeople, students, and church leaders

    Foreword by Carl R. Trueman: Opens with a message from the author of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self

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  • My Body Is Not A Prayer Request

    $19.99

    The church has forgotten that we worship a disabled God whose wounds survived resurrection, says Amy Kenny. It is time for the church to start treating disabled people as full members of the body of Christ who have much more to offer than a miraculous cure narrative and to learn from their embodied experiences.

    Written by a disabled Christian, this book shows that the church is missing out on the prophetic witness and blessing of disability. Kenny reflects on her experiences inside the church to expose unintentional ableism and cast a new vision for Christian communities to engage disability justice. She shows that until we cultivate church spaces where people with disabilities can fully belong, flourish, and lead, we are not valuing the diverse members of the body of Christ.

    Offering a unique blend of personal storytelling, fresh and compelling writing, biblical exegesis, and practical application, this book invites readers to participate in disability justice and create a more inclusive community in church and parachurch spaces. Engaging content such as reflection questions and top-ten lists are included.

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  • Parenting For A Better World

    $18.99

    Living faithfully isn’t about attending church. Being Christian is about living in right, just relationships with other people and the rest of creation. How can Christian parents avoid being overcome with the pressure to be a perfect parent and make a difference in the world? Parenting for a Better World shows there are all sorts of ways we can make a real difference from within our own homes.

    Even busy parents can work with their families for global justice. Without pressing you to do it all, this book offers spiritual resources for reflecting on the relationship between your faith, your calling for justice, and your commitment to parenting. Find encouragement from fellow parents who weave together stories of caregiving, activism, and scripture that affirm your sense of calling. Plus, it offers practical strategies to help committed (and over-committed) people integrate caregiving and justice work into their daily lives.

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  • Conservative : A Rediscovery

    $29.99

    Both in America and Europe, there is growing discomfort with the political theory called Enlightenment liberalism or liberal democracy. In Conservative: A Rediscovery, Hazony gives clear and coherent voice to this discomfort, offering what may be the definitive argument against Enlightenment liberalism for our generation.

    Conservative: A Rediscovery makes the case that Enlightenment liberalism is dismantling America, Britain, and other democratic nations–destroying every inherited concept that once held these nations together. Conservative: A Rediscovery will argue that the crisis of legitimacy over the Trump presidency and the parallel crisis in Britain over Brexit are just a foretaste of the gathering backlash against Enlightenment ideas.

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  • Uneasy Conscience Of Modern Fundamentalism

    $24.99

    An Influential Guide on Evangelicals’ Critical Role in Social Issues

    As social problems including prejudice, classism, and war dominated conversations in the 1940s, orthodox Christians became known for their indifference rather than compassionate leadership around the issues. If the gospel has the power to change the world, shouldn’t Christians engage in global matters with biblical authority?

    In The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism, theologian Carl F. H. Henry critiques separatist evangelicals and their absence from the social arena, calling on all Christians to unite humanitarianism with Christ-centered leadership to impact the kingdom of God. With cultural and political analysis that is still timely today, he inspires believers to reject pessimism about the human condition and embrace action, responding to global needs and pointing to Christ as the ultimate solution for every social ill.

    Topical Explores social ethics, politics, global order, and more from a Christian perspective

    Theological: Compares religious liberalism and fundamentalism in culture, reformation, supernaturalism, and redemption

    Edited Edition: This classic book from Carl F. H. Henry, a prominent figure in evangelicalism, has been updated with a foreword by Russell Moore

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  • Choose Life : Answering Key Claims Of Abortion Defenders With Compassion

    $17.99

    You’re pro-life. But can you explain why?

    You already believe in choosing life. But when the counterarguments are coming at you from every angle–legal, biological, medical, ethical, moral, philosophical, and biblical–how do you defend the pro-life view? And as you defend it . . . how do you speak with wisdom, humility, and compassion?

    Now more than ever, the times call for a balance of truth and mercy. There are good, wise, and thoughtful rebuttals of every claim made by pro-abortion advocates. Collected here in one place, Choose Life offers you reasonable responses from leading experts in their respective fields. The authors are accomplished women and men from all walks of life.
    They’ll help you know what to say–and why to say it–when you’re faced with claims like:

    *”The courts have already settled the issue.”
    *”The fetus is not a person.”
    *”My body, my choice.”
    *”I shouldn’t have to raise an unwanted child.”
    *”My circumstances justify ending my pregnancy.”
    *”Abortions are helpful to women and society.”
    *”The pro-life movement doesn’t care about social justice.”

    It’s time to set aside the strident fist-shaking and hurled insults. Learn to make the pro-life case with intelligent arguments and compassionate love–just the way a Christian should.

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  • Race Wise Family

    $17.00

    A timely resource to equip Christian parents to better understand the roots of racism and provide practical guidance on addressing issues of race within their families.

    Never before has the topic of race been such a pressing conversation within American households. Christian parents need to be equipped with a biblical foundation for how to raise race-wise children who will treat all people equally and respectfully.

    The Race-Wise Family walks Christian parents through ten distinct postures of the heart to raise kingdom-minded children who will stand against racial injustice and inequity as part of their Christian witness and discipleship. Incredibly actionable, The Race-Wise Family includes:

    – Key Scripture and takeaways for understanding a biblical theology of race
    – Discussion questions, prayers, and conversation starters for families to work through together
    – Activities and resources families can use to be active in their communities

    No matter where parents and families are on their journey toward racial awareness, The Race-Wise Family will give parents the practical tools they need to raise children who can confidently engage with today’s challenges of race and culture and become change agents of hope and healing.

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