John Calvin gets unfairly caricatured by many today. This book helps to show who he really was and why we, 500 years later, should get to know him.
The story of the gospel is simple enough that a child can understand it and profound enough to fill the most mature mind with wonder. Praise God for the beautiful story of God rescuing his children.
Christians should be persuasive, and with his new book Fool’s Talk, Os Guinness offers a comprehensive presentation of the art and power of creative and distinctly Christian persuasion.
A helpful resource to identify, equip and appoint new elders in a local church.
Thousands of people leave Christian ministry every month. They have not lost their love for Christ or desire to serve him. But, for one reason or another, they are exhausted and simply cannot carry on.
Jonathan Edwards was a deep thinker and dense writer. In this book on Edwards’ theological vision the author takes a glacier and puts it in a tea cup.
The Trinity is a doctrine that Christians understand to be very important. At the same time many do not understand it very well. Why do we tolerate a lack of familiarity, understanding, and appreciation for who our God really is?
Many people are familiar with John Bunyan’s book “The Pilgrim’s Progress” but not many know much about the man himself. Any who aim to be encouraged in the grace of Christ will find him a suitable and most helpful companion.
What preacher wants to put people to sleep? This book helps to ensure that the sermon is biblically faithful and, as far as it depends on the preacher, also interesting.
This was one of the best books I have ever read on prayer. Practical – Theological – Historical — It made me want to pray.