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Unlearning Protestantism: Sustaining Christian Community in an Unstable Age

by Gerald Schlabach

Addresses the "Protestant dilemma" in ecclesiology: how to build lasting Christian community in a world of individualism and transience.


by R. R. Reno

This addition to the well-received Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible offers a theological exegesis of Genesis.

Death and Afterlife: A Theological Introduction

by Terence Nichols

This biblical examination of the afterlife addresses both contemporary and perennial human questions about death and what lies beyond.

Homeschooling for the Rest of Us: How Your One-of-a-Kind Family Can Make Homeschooling and Real Life Work

Effective Marriage Counseling: The His Needs, Her Needs Guide to Helping Couples

by Willard F. Jr. Harley

Finally a resource for pastors and counselors based on the bestselling His Needs, Her Needs. This comprehensive overview of the tools and techniques that have brought Dr. Harley success will bring them success...

Five Secrets Great Dads Know

by Paul Coughlin

Inspirational and Practical Help for Dads

Rewards of Simplicity, The: A Practical and Spiritual Approach

by Chuck D. Pierce

Bestselling charismatic leaders offer biblical teaching, practical tips, and keen insights in a timely guide to living a clutter-free life--both spiritually and materially.

Magnifying God in Christ: A Summary of New Testament Theology

by Thomas R. Schreiner

Having written a massive New Testament Theology, Schreiner now provides a student-level digest of the key themes and insights found in his larger work.

Prophetically Incorrect: A Christian Introduction to Media Criticism

by Paul D. Patton

In a media-saturated age when many claim to speak for God, this book shows how to evaluate prophetic speech and communicate faithfully.

Under the Influence: California's Intoxicating Spiritual and Cultural Impact on America

by Monica Ganas

An insider to California culture wittily examines the downside to our national obsessions with celebrity and appearance and shows how Christians can respond.

From We to Me: Embracing Life Again After the Death or Divorce of a Spouse

by Robert C. De Vries

A psychologist and a pastor offer a hopeful and practical guide for widowed and divorced people to rediscover who they are and set goals for their future.

Desperate Faith, A: Lessons of Hope from the Resurrection

by Jo Kadlecek

A narrative based study on the 40 days after Christ's resurrection, with lessons on comfort, care, and compassion from Christ.

The Disciple-Making Church

by Bill Hull

Scripture places high priority on the disciplemaking capacity of the church, This book shows how to accomplish it. Foreword by Howard Ball.

Rooted in Good Soil: Cultivating and Sustaining Authentic Discipleship

by Tri Robinson

A contemporary farmer and pastor reinterprets the parable of the sower, showing how to grow a durable faith even in hard times.

Strategically Small Church, The: Intimate, Nimble, Authentic, and Effective

by Brandon J. O'Brien

Pastor and Leadership journal editor shows how small churches are uniquely equipped for success in today's culture, offering encouragement and help to pastors and leaders.

Everything You Know about Evangelicals Is Wrong (Well, Almost Everything): An Insider's Look at Myths and Realities

by Don Thorsen

Two evangelical theologians use insider insight and humor to offer a corrective to media stereotypes of evangelicalism, providing an appreciative look at the diversity of the movement.

Listening to Children on the Spiritual Journey: Guidance for Those Who Teach and Nurture

by Catherine Stonehouse

Two children's spirituality experts draw on over a decade of field research to show how adults can effectively work with children to nurture their faith.

Children of Divorce, The: The Loss of Family as the Loss of Being

by Andrew Root

A recognized authority on youth ministry explores from a theological and spiritual standpoint the baffling sense of loss of self experienced by children of divorce.

Hipster Christianity: When Church and Cool Collide

by Brett McCracken

A twentysomething Christian journalist explores why the church today is so preoccupied with being cool, fashionable, trendy, and relevant.

Sistergirl Devotions: Keeping Jesus in the Mix on the Job

by Carol M. Mackey

Recognized African American author speaks to the unique needs of African American women who place a high value on working life.