This self-teaching guitar book starts with simple guitar chords and simple Christian songs to teach fundamentals of guitar playing for accompanying singing. Includes over 50 public domain Christian... More > songs,including Christmas caroles in easy guitar arrangement. The book also includes chord theory and finger picking techniques. A DVD is available separately for chord-fingering demonstration.< Less
Via immigration, North America is changing rapidly. The United States is now 13 percent foreign born, Canada at 20 percent. There is no question that God is doing something amazing in our time. As... More > missionaries engage unreached people groups overseas, God is simultaneously bringing unreached peoples of the earth to our continent, often to our own backyards.
Who is My Neighbor? is a biblically-principled guidebook that assists the reader to move beyond their own ethnic group and cross culturally engage people groups from all over the world living in North America. Using examples from the Connors’ own experience, your heart will be encouraged, your mind will be challenged, and your hands will be readied for this God-given opportunity to reach the nations within our nation.
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August Vilmar is one of the least well known German Theologians of the 19th century. Despite his obscurity, his odyssey from the theological school of skepticism, to the Confessional faith of the... More > Lutheran Reformers, is a transformation worthy of attention. Vilmar’s words still speak to us in a time when skepticism about Christ and his Gospel seem to reign supreme in society and the Church.
Vilmar’s ascent and devotion to the pure Gospel of Christ is no better illustrated than in The Theology of Facts. Here, Vilmar describes the lifelessness of theological skepticism—what he calls the Theology of Rhetoric. In contrast stands the Theology of Facts which brings Christ and his gift of salvation to the people:
“Theology of Facts serves real life in this world and in eternity...its content is for those who receive it, the breath of life, an indispensable nourishment, no different from air, and sunlight, and bread, since none on earth can live who does not receive what proceeds from theology.”< Less
Introducing Travel the Road's first book. Prayers that Prevail. This is a must have for any believer, as it covers the many types of prayer and how to make them effective. In it you will discover... More > the secret to an energized prayer life and how to pray according to the word of God.
If you have ever faced the hardship of not know how to pray or not seeing your prayers answered, this book will get you back on track. Scripture is clear on the various types of prayer, but many times believers have not been taught, through the word, what those types are and how to make them effective. Now you will!
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The prayer Journal was developed along with the Power in Prayer Experience, not a retreat, not a conference but an experience, leading Pastors, Church leaders and Christian businessmen in a deeper... More > more powerful prayer experience. The journal has seven crucial messages on prayer and pages for personal journaling and recording prayer requests and answers.< Less
"God's Teaching Methods" develops 37 methods of Biblical teaching.
Everyone including pastors and teachers can benefit from this book. This book as all of Dr. Klein's books is written in... More > outline form.< Less
The purpose of this book is to present to you, the reader, a number of Scripture passages that talk about the way God views us human beings. AGREE WITH GOD is the theme of this book. I believe that... More > He wants all of His sons and daughters to embrace the truth that they are special in His sight.< Less
Pastors serving parishes, especially with schools, quickly encounter stewardship challenges. How do we fund the mission? How can we make best use of the resources God has given us? How do we teach... More > stewardship with an evangelical spirit? Pastor Curtis addresses these questions in this delightful monologue. He shares solid Biblical and confessional insights in addressing stewardship in a Lutheran congregation. Pastors in any size parish will benefit from reading this book. - Rev. Timothy J. Scharr, President, Southern Illinois District, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod< Less
18 days. That’s all we had from that first night when we heard the prognosis of the surgeon: “It’s cancer. All throughout her abdomen.” After more tests, we were told “3... More > to 6 months, if we’re lucky.” But Judy Gossett was not “lucky” this time – and we had 18 days with her before she breathed her last on December 11, 2003. While the shock and heavy sorrow have faded somewhat in these past 10 years, there still remains a surreal nature to life because Judy – she of the huge personality, the enormous heart, the generous spirit, the wonderful sister who was only one year my senior – is gone from this life forever. In addition to serving as a tribute to Judy, I pray this book will help people who deal with the grief of losing a beloved person – a sister, a brother, a father, a mother, a wife, a husband, a child, a friend – and understand that the Body of Jesus Christ is often “the fellowship of suffering” and is a safe place to find comfort and understanding, to find purpose and meaning.< Less
Inspirational book that is a wonderful gift for all ages.The story is a series of things that a Godmother doesn't want her Godchild to forget throughout her life. Paperback version. This book is also... More > available in hardback.< Less
SPIRAL BOUND Organ Accompaniment Book (401 pages) --- for all information, please visit: http://www.ccwatershed.org/psalms/ --- Sold by Triple P (with permission from the St. Noel Chabanel Website). ... More > Matches the St. Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal, Lectionary, & Gradual.< Less
The reader follows Tree through his own progressive understanding of the creation process. The fictional character Tree not only experiences personal creation but also observes the creation of... More > others, including Adam and Eve.
The reader then sees through the eyes of Tree the experience of living in paradise, the Garden of Eden. The reader becomes a witness to life as it unfolds from the very beginning.
This book is peppered with humor, wonderment, Biblical principles, success and failure. The mind's eye, the reader’s imagination, will see things it has never seen before. As Tree experiences life in paradise, so also will the reader. This is a book for readers of all ages.< Less
This hymnal brings together almost 500 English hymns, in plainchant, for use in the modern Liturgy of the Hours. The texts are approved translations of the very hymns appointed for each of the hours... More > (Lauds, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, Compline, Matins). The book includes the weekly cycles, liturgical seasons, commons of saints, and certain propers of saints.< Less
CHRISTIAN FICTION:Selina Young believes her life is ruled by an unknown power of the universe. She is superstitious and she believes that luck and happenstance are the way of the world. As a result,... More > her life circumstances shift like the wind.But God hasn’t given up on her, He keeps making attempts, by many different means, for her to find Him, to recognize Him, and to voluntarily choose to follow His love…our compass home. Devastation has to enter Selena’s life before she realizes the truth…that there is no luck or happenstance, there is God and His plans for us. And so it is, not as luck would have it, but as God would have it. In this story of her life, Selina finally realizes the truth, just as we are instructed in Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in Yahweh with all your heart, and don’t lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.< Less
This book presents Liberative Black Preaching (LBP) as an optimal homiletic model designed to function as a therapeutic intervention for African descent persons in the Black church context. Built... More > upon the foundation of a Black theological anthropology, this exposition addresses Black self-identity that is informed by a universal African worldview (UAW). The book argues that there is a recognizable diversity of contextuality among White and non-White persons and that it is possible to qualitatively describe generalizable contours of experience among Black people in the United States based on the particularity of the culture and the Black encounter with racism/White supremacy. The thoughts and feelings that emerge from this
cultural encounter are appropriate for Africentric theological reflection. Historical evidence of the unfolding of Black thought with reference to Black religiosity and spirituality is presented as a preamble to the construction of the Liberative Black Preaching model.< Less
Behind The Mask challenges every sister within the Body of Christ to remove her mask and come clean so that the Lord can heal, deliver, and eternally set you free! Within the Body of Christ there are... More > numerous sisters worshiping and praising God behind various mask of some sort while at the same time they are imprisoned emotionally-I myself was one of those sisters! Within the pages of Behind The Mask I have included my personal testimony worshiping behind a mask while imprisoned emotionally.
Sisters Stop Eating The Fruit not only reveal but expose how sisters within the Body of Christ are being taken into emotional captivity on a daily basis by the enemy without being aware that it's taking place! Sisters Stop Eating The Fruit is a guide instructing sisters on becoming spiritually aware of the enemy's weapon that he strategically uses to lure women into emotional captivity. This weapon the enemy uses to lure you into emotional captivity-is none other than 'his voice' (emotional stimulating words)!< Less
This book is a defense of the five points of Calvinism written in response to an article by Stephen Richardson, Chair of the Biblical Studies Department and Associate Professor at Pacific Christian... More > College of Ministry and Biblical Studies, Fullerton, Ca. His purpose was to give warning about and to dismiss Calvinism, claiming that it is contradictory to the Word of God. However, instead of giving a biblically supported response, his responses are philosophically grounded, and he fails to provide one Bible verse in his article to support his defense. My ultimate goal in this work is to open the hearts and eyes of Christians to a bigger view of God. That is what Calvinism seeks to do: Glorify God.< Less