5 Events That Made Christianity
With characteristic style, John Pritchard takes us on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, as he unpacks the five great events that made Christianity – Christmas, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost. We explore: “What happened?” “What did it mean?” “What does it mean for us?” Absorbing, immediate and full of stories, this volume offers deeply considered theology, brilliantly communicated to connect with life as we actually experience it.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780281078066
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: January 2019
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Your Comeback : Your Past Doesnt Have To Determine Your Future$16.99Add to cart
Moses Was a Murderer…
Rabab was a harlot….
Esther was a diva.
These and other Bible heroes were far from perfect. They failed, they sinned, they deceived…and yet each of them had a dramatic comeback and were used of God beyond their richest imagination. The Bible isn’t the only source of “comeback” stories. Life is full of such dramatic turnarounds. Whether it’s a sports team coming from behind to win an upset or a late blooming student who wins the scholarship, or….your life story, God delights in arranging for comebacks.
Like the Biblical and contemporary examples told in The Comeback, your future can include an amazing comeback story. Popular pastor and Bible teacher, Dr. Tony Evans offers hope by pointing you to the good news that God loves to use less than perfect people. If you’re less than perfect, you qualify!
“It is definitely not too late for you. God has a purpose, a destiny, and a goal for your life. Don’t go backward on Him now. You’ve come too far. You can’t change your past regardless of how much you may want to. But your past does not have to determine your future.” Dr. Tony Evans
We Can Do Better Part 2$4.99Add to cart
“His intent was that now, through the church, the manifold wisdom of God should be made known…” Ephesians 3:10
Churches have been uniquely called to impact our society for good. In this timely book, Dr. Tony Evans offers “the plan” we have all been looking for to not only bring about racial unity in our country but to also restore our communities. He unveils a local model for the church that will impact your community and effect change in the lives of many. This step-by-step plan is sure to transform communities, and our nation.
Divorce Care : Hope Help And Healing During And After Your Divorce$15.99Add to cart
Divorce. More than half of all marriages end in this painful way-even among church-goers; chances are, you or someone you know has been through it. That’s why Steve Grissom founded DivorceCare(R) and has now partnered with Kathy Leonard to write DivorceCare. This 365-day devotional offers help and healing, focusing on thirteen core issues people going through divorce must face. Dozens of today’s most-respected and well-known Christian leaders and psychologists-including Kay Arthur, Dr. Tim Clinton, Dr. David Seamonds, Dr. H. Norman Wright, Dr. Tony Evans-have contributed writings, making this a thoughtful, Christ-centered volume. Complete with insight and personal testimonies from those who have found healing in the midst of their pain, this book is an encouraging gift for anyone struggling with divorce, no matter what stage they may currently be going through.
Kingdom Race Theology$11.99Add to cart
The 2020 murder of George Floyd ignited a racial firestorm throughout America, provoking lament and grief over a long history of tragedy. The widespread protests gave way to a heated discussion about terms such as systemic racism, white privilege, and Critical Race Theory, all framed by the slogan “black lives matter.” The beginnings of a helpful dialogue on diversity became a heated battle, one that quickly spread to the church.
Drawing on forty years of ministry experience, Tony Evans writes with a fearless and prophetic voice, probing to the heart of the issue and pointing to God’s Word as the solution. Kingdom Race Theology helps people and churches commit to restitution, reconciliation, and responsibility. His penetrating and practical ideas will help pastors and church leaders sort through the conflicting theories, finding sensible solutions in the form of individual and collective action plans. Christians can work together across racial lines to repair the damage done by a long history of racial injustice.