This book attempts to introduce the concept of the "altar" in the Bible. It also seeks to provide an understanding of how using the altar through prayer can bring us into a closer... More > relationship with God.< Less
Exposing Insecurity is a book that is focused on helping to break the oppression that can come from the insecurity that affects everyone in all of humanity. There is an answer to the insecurity that... More > we feel and that undermines our future. Wholeness and freedom are the result of insecurity being exposed to the Truth of God.< Less
This bilingual version, abbreviated, of the story of the arrival of the Mother of the Americas, the Virgin of Guadalupe, is written and illustrated all inb color for children and for those who want... More > to know: just who is OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE?
In 32 pages the story of Juan Diego and his meeting with the Mother of God in 1531 who appeared to him as a 'meztizo' indian woman is told. Her love for the poor and the faithful is shown in her words and in what she asked of Juan Diego. Obedient and patient, Juan followed through with her directives. He died in 1548, as honorably and as well as he lived.
He is Mexico's first Native American Canonized Saint.< Less
Many Christians today struggle to find their place in the church. What does God expect from us, and how do we become who he wants us to be? If you have wondered about God's design for your life,... More > you are not alone. The good news is that Jesus made our path very clear!
The Bible tells us that Jesus apprenticed twelve men to be his disciples. He trained them to continue the work he began. The same lessons Jesus taught those disciples are applicable to our journey of faith today. By using Jesus's methods of discipleship as a model, we can learn the same way the original disciples did. We don't have to guess about being in the center of God's will for our lives.
In this book, we will follow the sequence of training that Jesus laid out for his disciples. By studying their ministry and interactions with Jesus, we will discover a path that we can still follow today. We will explore what it means to have relationship with Jesus, and what role the Holy Spirit plays in our lives today.< Less
The End of the Age is about what the Bible teaches about the great tribulation and the return of Jesus Christ. Both the Old and New Testaments are clear that there is a time of great distress and... More > tribulation that will come at the end of this present age. This time of distress will be put to an end by the Lord Jesus Christ when he returns to the earth.
The End of the Age discusses several passages from both the Old and New Testaments. Particular attention is given to the book of Revelation. Many of the visions and prophecies in Revelation pertain to the time of the great tribulation. The End of the Age explains the identities of: the two witnesses in Revelation 11, the woman in Revelation 12, the two beasts in Revelation 13, and the beast and the harlot in Revelation 17. The image of the beast who comes up out of the sea and the meaning of the number of the beast (666) are also explained. There is also a discussion on the seals, trumpets and bowls.< Less
One family's beautifully inspiring true story of how God's amazing and infinite Love, Patience, and Forgiveness made the impossible possible and turned never into forever; an incredible and rare... More > miracle (in today's society), this first telling of a bigger story of a family's restoration will undoubtedly touch the reader as much as it has touched the couple's friends and family.< Less
Dr. Richard Wyser is the Dean and Professor of the Master of Arts in Life Coaching degree program at Apostolic Theological Seminary and Bible College. Every pastor, counselor, teacher, chaplain, plus... More > all Christians will benefit from this program.< Less
While in the sixth grade at the age of eleven, the author finds himself compromising the truth as he begins to lie to avoid embarrassing and sometimes painful consequences. Within ten years he grows... More > (like leaven) into a bold-faced liar; hurting God, himself and his fellow man. After getting saved in the workplace at the age of twenty-nine, he repents of his past sins and offers restitution as God makes a way. Reflecting upon the West Point Cadet’s honor code, the author is determined to live accordingly by the grace of God.< Less
Me, Myself and God is a book about cultivating authentic Christian community. It is designed to be used within a small group setting to help you and your church overcome the Christian isolationism... More > that is so prevalent in our culture today.< Less
Entreat Me Not To Leave Thee is a fictional story based on Bible history about Ruth and Boaz. All of the cities, villages, geography, and names of people can be found in the Bible. This is truly a... More > story that will hold the interest of all ages. Elimelech's family are a very close-knit, loving family. Ruth is an exceptional, young woman with great depths of character, and full of questions. Mahlon and Chilion are adventurous, loving, obedient sons. Everyone, especially your boys will enjoy Mahlon and Chilion's thrilling hunt with their father. Your hearts will feel Naomi's sorrow as she learns to accept God's will, and rejoice with her when her spirit is renewed. Most of the photographs were taken in Israel by the author and her husband as they traveled the world.< Less
Rev John Saunders (1806–-59) was the pioneer Baptist pastor in Sydney from 1834 to 1848. He established the first Baptist Church in Sydney in 1836 and became a leading figure in the religious... More > and moral life of the colony. He was prominent in the temperance movement at a time when alcohol was a major scourge, he was courageous and outspoken about the treatment of Aborigines by many British settlers at the fevered time of the trial of white men for the Myall Creek murders.
This book tells the full story of Saunders’ numerous activities and for the first time publishes a comprehensive and carefully edited collection of his fascinating letters, written while travelling as chaplain to female convicts on the George Hibbert and after his arrival in Sydney.
This documentary biography demonstrates why not only fellow-religionists but many others greatly valued this attractive figure.< Less
"Your Personal Journey of Grief" is a book about real people, real pain, and real life stories. It is a book that is used to help the griever process their sorrow and have a healthy... More > journey of grief. It won't take away your loss, but will help you to cope during your greatest time of sorrow and give you peace and renewed hope for your future.
From the death of a parent, sibling, spouse, child, or friend - through anticipated or unanticipated death - the depth of grief, sorrow and loss is honestly shared, and hope is given. You will find in this book real encouragement, comfort and grace to find your "new reality."< Less
Do Quakers really worship in silence? Why don’t they plan their worship services beforehand? Why do Friends make decisions on church business without voting? Can I know Jesus, guiding and... More > teaching me? Where does true peace come from?
Traditional Quaker Christianity offers the reader a means to explore the time-honored faith of Friends (Quakers), describes how modern-day Conservative Friends put that faith into everyday practice, and outlines the reasons for many of Friends’ distinctive ways. The book’s purpose is to assist people seeking a living faith in Christ Jesus, Who is present and powerful in the midst of all His people.
Traditional Quaker Christianity can be useful not only to the individual seeker, but also as a study guide for small groups of new Friends and long-time Quakers seeking to go deeper in their spiritual pilgrimage. Several questions at the end of each section help readers relate the material to their own lives and provide a starting point for discussion.< Less
Have you ever considered how everyday events can have profound spiritual implications? Have you ever read a passage in the Bible and wondered what
it has to do with us today? In 103 short yet... More > thought-provoking chapters, layman John Hunt draws deep spiritual lessons from the Bible that make it accessible for our modern world. Hard-hitting, often comical, and always challenging, his vivid word pictures will connect you to scripture and cause you to examine your relationship with God from a fresh perspective, no matter where you are in your spiritual journey.< Less
This book was written by kids in grades two through five who have asked Jesus into their hearts. At New Faith, they're called Kingdom Superheroes. Know why? Because sometimes having Jesus in your... More > heart means you have to be brave. As you read their stories, you'll find out why.< Less
"Timeless" has fresh, insightful devotions based on a rich oak heritage of sermons prepared by Floyd Strater in his 60 years as a Pastor. Through humorous stories, great spiritual... More > insights, and candid reflections, his daughter, Kim Hamilton, leads you through a journey that will bring depth to your roots and growth to your character.< Less
Derek Wilder, author of “Minds On Fire,” “Changing Your Mind,” “Discovering Our Worth,” and one of Americas Top Life Coaches, shows you how to navigate through the... More > mental mind fields we all find ourselves in from day to day. Real life situations with real tools to help you transform your thoughts, emotions and actions from the inside out!
You Will Discover
1. Freedom From Other People’s Opinions
2. Freedom From Failure
3. Freedom From Being Used… Even By God
4. Freedom From Wanting What We Don’t Have
5. Freedom From The Past And Future
6. Freedom From Difficult Circumstances
7. Freedom From The Need To Fix Others< Less
In this book we will share the personal depictions of our family’s journey through the miscarriage of two sons, Marshal and Maxwell. This is one story told from two perspectives, each detailing... More > the differing vantage points of a man and a woman. We believe that our experiences and emotions are not unique but are often left unspoken. We know that we overcome by blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony.< Less
I share with you heartfelt stories of my past that shattered my life and kept me bound. I believe that God has a better life designed for you and I here on earth. I pray that these stories will help... More > mend the broken and release you from the very thing that maybe preventing you from living a promised filled life.< Less
Praying with Purpose: Helping Equip Your Grandchildren to Stand Fast in the Faith is a practical resource for grandparents,emphasizing the importance of their prayers. This book contains simple tools... More > for any grandparent desiring to develop a focused and creative prayer life.< Less
Christmas can be a hectic and even heavy time for some- especially if you’ve experienced crisis or tragedy. Immanuel is always with us. His presence is predetermined, not conditional.... More > He’s with us when it’s good and He’s with us when it’s not. Granted there are times when it’s more difficult to see or feel His nearness, but nonetheless He is here and He is near. “The Word became flesh and walked among us.” He still does. “I will never leave you or forsake you.” He is Immanuel God with us. This devotional contains a short reading for each day, counting down the days until Christmas.< Less