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Hold That Thought$18.00Add to cart
You’re not good enough.
You need to try harder.
These are the sorts of voices that we all have in our heads, and they often push us to act in ways that are both unhelpful and unsustainable. How do we quiet these narratives? More importantly, amid the chatter, how do we hear the voice of God?
Gem Fadling helps us identify the competing voices and shows how they hinder our personal transformation. Drawing on years of spiritual direction and leadership at Unhurried Living, she shares her wisdom of how we make sense of inner voices and settle down enough to find our true voice.
Using the discussion guide in the back of the book, groups can discuss the competing voices that they experience within their own souls and learn to notice, discern, and respond to the movement of God in their lives. When we find our true voice, we can let go of the striving and people-pleasing and rest in the presence of God and his plan for our lives.
On Asking God Why$15.99Add to cart
God does many things we do not understand, but that doesn’t keep us from wanting to understand. When faced with suffering, sickness, death, and confusion, most of us want to know why? Beloved writer Elisabeth Elliot knew too well this feeling of uncertainty. But she also knew that God is faithful to answer us in our distress.
On Asking God Why offers honest insights into many of today’s most prevalent heartaches, including sickness and death, family issues and loneliness, aging and hopelessness. Chapter by chapter, this insightful book will remind you that God invites his children to lay our questions before him–because in him we will find every answer we need.
Christians Secret Of A Happy Life$15.99Add to cart
Is your life all you want it to be? Or do you find yourself wishing for more? More peace. More presence. More happiness.
Hannah Whitall Smith–believer, rebel, and realist–faced life as she found it, and she found it good. Despite the trials of life, she took God’s promises literally, tested them, and found them true. She stepped out of conjecture into certainty, and the shadows of life disappeared in the light of God’s power and peace.
You, too, can have that kind of confidence–confidence that leads to true happiness no matter what is going on around you.
In this classic book with more than 10 million copies sold, Smith reveals the secret to replacing unhappiness and uncertainty with serenity and confidence in every day of your life.
Hymn Workouts : 100 Exercises To Set Your Heart Ablaze$12.99Add to cart
Spiritual fitness for Christians whose growth has stagnated
Many of us feel like our spiritual growth has stalled. Our routines have hardened into ruts. Around us, we see other Christians with the same struggles and we start to think that treading water is the basic rhythm of the Christian life. Often the problem of stagnating faith is down to one simple fact – we all have a bias towards ease. Our spiritual routines involve passively reading our Bibles, not lingering long enough to comprehend or retain what was read, and a few distracted minutes spent in prayer.
This book of spiritual workouts is meant to push complacent souls back out into the space of exertion and discovery. It will engage and sharpen the faculties of the mind – memory, imagination, intellect, conscience and will.
Each workout, thematically grouped, features a hymn, richly steeped in scripture. There is a Bible passage to read, a list of the scripture references made in the hymn, and three reflection questions to meditate on.
The 100 exercises are grouped into these themes:
*The Holiness of God
*The Mystery of the Gospel
*Incarnation and Life
*Resurrection and Ascension
*Final Judgement and New Creation
*The Holy Spirit
*Repentance and Mortification
*Practicing the Presence of God
*Suffering and Affliction
*Temptation and Spiritual Warfare
Dream Small : The Secret Power Of The Ordinary Christian Life$14.99Add to cart
We are all looking for significance and meaning in our lives. The world tells us that this comes from dreaming big, achieving personal success and making a big impact. But the Bible says that self-worth is found in knowing our Creator, and contentment is found in discovering his purpose for our lives.
This book reminds us that when we know Jesus, we are free from the world’s definition of success. We can listen to God’s word and direct our dreams towards the things that he says matter most, even if they are small and unimpressive in the world’s eyes.
Celebrate the dreams God has for us: serving others, investing in individuals and living faithfully. Although these things seem small, their impact will be bigger, and their rewards will be better, than anything we could dream for ourselves.
Sacred Us : A Call To Radical Christian Community$17.99Add to cart
For every person who has felt lonely or isolated, The Sacred Us explores a new way of living through the practice of biblical community.
In a world that celebrates individuality and autonomy, too many of us struggle to form deep, meaningful relationships. Loneliness is the norm, rich friendships are rare, and the church is no exception. We long for real community but often don’t know how to get there. What will it take to develop healthy friendships?
The Bible gives us a compelling blueprint for community, but it must be built on more than shared interests or Sunday-morning smiles.
This book explores the substance of biblical community through seven principles:
*Proximity that provides opportunity
*Vulnerability that creates connection
*Discipleship that sets direction
*Fun that amplifies grace
*Mission that drives adventure
*Sacrifice that matures love
*Boundaries that sustain growth
These principles seek to guide the reader beyond loneliness and isolation into a life of rootedness and connection.
Stand In Confidence$17.99Add to cart
Culture, church, and life have sold us narratives about who we’re supposed to be as women. If we play the part well, we gain love, acceptance, validation, and significance. When we don’t know which role to play from one day to the next, we sink in insecurity. We feel driven to people-please, downplay, settle, and perform. In all this, we accept less than the abundant life Jesus died to give us.
Amanda Pittman, founder of Confident Woman Co., explains how we can rewrite our damaging self-beliefs with the truth about our God-given identity by establishing the Four Components of Confidence:
*Clarity-Embrace our identity and define our design
*Connection-Connect with God and connect with others
*Competency-Develop our ability and expand our capacity
*Conviction-Know our responsibility and use our authority
With a new perspective and focus, we will stand confidently upon the finished work of Jesus and live boldly in our Christ-given callings.
360 Coach : A Biblical Approach To Coaching The Heart Mind And Body$4.99Add to cart
Do you long to be connected to a global community of coaches who desire to live out the Kingdom of God in every area of their lives? Begin the journey now with 360 Coach. This 10-lesson study guide takes you through a biblical approach to coaching the heart, mind, and body. Through video teaching, discussion questions, and relevant scriptures, 360 Coach is designed to grow you as a disciple of Jesus, give you a new purpose for coaching, and, in turn, empower you to impact the coaches and athletes around you.
Necessary Christianity : What Jesus Shows We Must Be And Do$16.00Add to cart
We live in a world of options, where we might do this or that if we feel like it. But for followers of Jesus, certain things are not optional, but necessary.
Bishop Claude Alexander unpacks the Gospels’ statements of what Jesus said he must do. He must be about his Father’s business. He must go through Samaria. He must go to Jerusalem.
Life in God is less about what you could do, and more about what you must do. Contrary to the life of the optional, accidental, and haphazard, the believer is called to live with a sense of divine necessity. No maybes about it.
Cost Of Control$16.99Add to cart
We all wish we had more control. When our relationships are strained, when our bodies refuse to cooperate, when the future is uncertain, control promises security and peace. If only I were in charge, we dream. And this illusion seems more attainable than ever. Technology, science, medicine, and the internet all promise us ever-increasing mastery over our world.
The problem is, control is a “devil’s deal.” The more we seek it, the more it betrays us. In place of predictability, it gives us anxiety. In place of certainty, it creates more complexity. And in place of unity, it divides. It’s not just that we cannot control things; it’s that we break them even more when we try.
Thankfully the answer to our craving is not simply to “let go and let God.” When our kids aren’t listening, when our loved ones are self-destructing, or when our health is declining, we don’t have to scramble after control, nor do we have to throw up our hands. Instead, God has given us a better tool.
In this culturally insightful and eye-opening book, Sharon Hodde Miller helps us discover the real power God has given us in Christ, to exercise influence over ourselves and our lives.
Good News For Anxious Christians Expanded Edition$21.99Add to cart
A talented teacher unpacks the riches of traditional Christian spirituality for Christians burdened by the guilt and anxiety of introspective, in my heart spiritual techniques. Phillip Cary explains that knowing God is a gradual, long-term process that comes through the Bible experienced in Christian community. The first edition has sold over 17,000 copies. The expanded edition includes a new conclusion that offers further insights since the first edition was published over 10 years ago.
Soul Care To Save Your Life$16.99Add to cart
In our image-conscious culture, life can become a never-ending performance. The perfection we feel pressured to project to those in our social sphere comes at the expense of our emotional, spiritual, and mental well-being. In the end, we are left exhausted and unfulfilled. How do we flip the script and feed ourselves rather than simply adding to our feeds?
In Soul Care to Save Your Life, author, speaker, and recovering performer Manda Carpenter offers an invitation to shift your focus from performing to purposeful living from the inside out. In this book she guides you on a three-part journey to:
– identify the habits that are holding you back
– take ownership of your path to growth
– embrace practices of soul care for your well-being
It’s time to drop the faade of the picture-perfect life and instead get radically honest in order to heal and embrace the confidence that comes from knowing and loving your whole self, no filter needed.
Strong In Battle$17.99Add to cart
Your battle is real, but Jesus has won the war
What you believe determines how well you’ll fight. Your understanding of who God is and who you are in His Kingdom makes all the difference when the enemy attacks, whether he’s coming after your health, your finances, your relationships, or anything else. And though it sometimes seems like the enemy is winning the day, God Himself will have the final word.
Strong in Battle is about how to gain victory in your hardships and overcome obstacles you face in this life. God is training your hands for battle and your dependence on Him is your superpower, leading to better discernment and more power, wisdom, and authority. Intimacy with God will lead to love overcoming fear, which will help you fight with more courage, joy, and strength.
The battle is real; you’re not imagining it. And this book’s practical battle strategies will help you arise victorious with a stronger sense of who you are and what you possess through Jesus Christ. So fear not–you’re on the winning side.
Curious Faith : The Questions God Asks, We Ask, And We Wish Someone Would A$18.99Add to cart
God created us to be curious. We innately wonder about the world, one another, ourselves, and our Creator. But fear of the unknown, cultural taboos, technology, or even church leaders can smother our curiosity.
Popular writer Lore Ferguson Wilbert has belonged to Christian communities that discouraged curiosity. The point of the Christian life was to have the right answers, and asking questions reflected a wavering faith. But Wilbert came to discover that the Bible is a permission slip to anyone who wants to ask questions.
Reflecting her own theological trajectory toward a more contemplative, expansive faith, Wilbert invites readers to foster curiosity as a spiritual habit. This book explores questions God asks us, questions we ask God, and questions we ask each other. Christianity is not about knowing good answers, says Wilbert, but about asking good questions–ones that foster deeper intimacy with God and others.
A Curious Faith invites readers to go beyond pat answers and embrace curiosity, rather than certainty, as a hallmark of authentic faith. Foreword by Seth Haines.
Make Room : Take Control Of Your Space, Time, Energy, And Money To Live On$16.99Add to cart
Stuff. We have too much of it. Clothing, kitchen gadgets, electronics, home decor. And more of it arrives on our doorstep all the time. Our stuff takes up an incredible amount of our space, time, energy, and money. But do all these possessions truly make us happier?
Certified professional organizer and bestselling author Jennifer Ford Berry says no. Rather than living for our stuff, what actually gives us joy is knowing and living out our purpose in life. In Make Room, Berry shows you how to live a more meaningful and intentional life by revealing how to:
– define your purpose
– plan your time
– declutter your home
– prepare for the future
– and much more
If you long to get rid of what distracts you from living out your God-given calling in life, this book is your roadmap to success, offering principles to recognize and eliminate anything that is cluttering up your life.
Having The Mind Of Christ$18.00Add to cart
Why doesn’t the Christian life work like I thought it would?
While we often start with good intentions, it feels like real transformation is elusive at best, and maybe even impossible. We deeply want to live in the freedom that Christ offers, but we are acutely aware of the gap between a transformed life and our reality. Having the Mind of Christ tackles the issues of lasting life change.
When we feel some kind of inspiration or need to seek change in our lives, we start with behaviors: new to-dos, tactics, techniques, or spiritual disciplines that we hope will bring about the transformation we desire. While these behavioral changes can bear good results, they just as often fail to produce the lasting change we deeply desire. That’s because transformation requires more than a change in practice – it requires a change in paradigm.
Pastors Matt Tebbe and Ben Sternke share eight axioms that help reframe the way that we see God, ourselves, and others. By seeing through new lenses, we can open ourselves to the transformational change that God wants for our lives.
On The Edge Of Hope$16.99Add to cart
Mental anguish, depression, anxiety, and the battle for your mind and well-being are not your new normal, and it is not here to stay. There is a path that leads to the freedom you desire. Through the pages of On the Edge of Hope, Dr. Mark Chironna shares his three-plus year journey through a long, dark hallway. With candor and vulnerability, he reflects on the scriptural and holistic truths that led him out of the dark place and onto solid ground.
Dr. Chironna integrates the best of theology with psychology to bring healing and hope in the midst of your struggles. He will help you to:
– acknowledge your pain and recognize its roots
– get off autopilot and embrace a fully conscious life
– move forward–not with “how tos” but a “heart to”
Your struggle might seem like a life sentence, but it is only a season. Working with the Holy Spirit, you can find the edge of hope.
Breaking Anxietys Grip$6.99Add to cart
Discover true peace in an age of anxiety
No question, we have a lot to worry about. Children, jobs, homes, health, finances, and more. The solution isn’t to rid ourselves of the sources of anxiety–as if we could. Instead, we need to recognize that anxiety originates from a spiritual influence and that we can fight back using the God-given weapons of power, love, and a sound mind.
Sharing her own story of emerging from the battle with anxiety as well as the stories of others, Dr. Michelle Bengtson reminds you of your identity as a follower of Christ and of the peace he promises you in spite of everything. She provides tools to cope with the crushing emotional burden of anxiety now and, more importantly, shows you how to reclaim God’s peace as a way of life so that you can break anxiety’s grip.
What Happens When Women Say Yes To God And Walk In Faith$22.99Add to cart
Become the Woman God Made You to Be
Lysa TerKeurst’s bestselling books have inspired millions of women to uncover the purpose God has for them. Now for the first time, you can find two of her most powerful titles together in one elegant hardcover, perfect for reading for the first time or revisiting as you grow in your faith.
What Happens When Women Say Yes to God sets you on a journey of learning how to be obedient to the Lord. You’ll see the beautiful transformation that accompanies following God’s voice in your daily life and open your eyes to the incredible ways you can experience Him today.
What Happens When Women Walk in Faith shows you how to pursue God’s call even through times of doubt, discouragement, and pain. You’ll learn how to remain encouraged and equipped through embracing God’s promises no matter what comes your way.
Complete with a personal Bible study at the end of each chapter, this two-book collection will lead you on a journey of spiritual renewal and revelation as you joyfully pursue the call God has created you to fulfill.
Resilient : Restoring Your Weary Soul In These Turbulent Times$26.99Add to cart
New York Times bestselling author John Eldredge gives readers who are drained from the madness of modern life the tools they need to follow Jesus’ path of supernatural resilience so they can recover their joy, strengthen their hearts, and thrive through the storm.
The human soul has a built-in yearning for joy and beauty and all good things. But that craving for life has taken a real beating in recent years. Between false promises of ease and comfort on one side and the sheer trauma of global disease and disasters on the other, people today are facing a shortage of peace, happiness, and strength.
In Resilient, Eldredge provides skills and tools to strengthen your heart and soul–and reveals a path toward genuine recovery and resilience provided by Jesus himself. Drawing on wisdom from Scripture and Christian tradition, and illustrated throughout with powerful, true stories of grit and survival, Resilient will help readers:
*recover from the trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic;
*tap into supernatural graces like the river of life that God promises his people;
*learn to be patient with themselves–genuine recovery from spiritual and emotional trauma takes time and intentionality;
*create a plan, because resilience and victory aren’t going to come with a swipe on your home screen; and
*discover deep wells of freedom and strength through Christ who lives within us.
Thriving requires a resilient soul. This book will help readers find the resilience they need when the world has gone mad–and discover in Jesus himself the strength that prevails.
They Walked With God$29.99Add to cart
The characters we meet in the Bible play a huge role in our lives. Whether we personally relate to Joseph’s dedication to serving the Lord even when he was confused or we understand when Mary Magdalene mourns in front of the vacant tomb, the timeless stories we find in the Bible influence and inspire us to learn to be more like Christ. But how can we apply these lessons to our everyday lives?
In They Walked with God, pastor and New York Times bestselling author Max Lucado takes a closer look at 40 of the most inspirational characters in the Bible and shares a powerful message: if God can find a place for each character in the Bible, we can rest assured that he’s carved out a spot for us too.
They Walked with God also includes a series of meaningful, in-depth discussion questions that correspond with each biblical character that Max has highlighted, giving you a chance to reflect further about the incredible lives they led and the lessons we can learn from them. This one-of-a-kind, interactive resource is perfect for devout followers and new believers alike.
Max weaves together stories from Scripture with stories that offer a modern perspective, bringing each of these men and women to life within the pages of They Walked with God. Max will encourage you as you get to know these figures, and yourself, better by:
*Guiding you through a comprehensive study of 40 of the Bible’s most remarkable–and sometimes seemingly unremarkable–characters
*Providing 185+ thoughtful and engaging discussion questions designed to spark further conversation about how we can apply these lessons to our daily lives
*Sharing personal stories that will help you grow your faith and strengthen your relationship with Jesus
Max adds dimension and depth to 40 incredible people who had the chance to walk alongside God, reminding us that we’re invited to walk alongside him too.
Kingdom Values : Character Over Chaos$19.97Add to cart
Good character produces good quality, individually and culturally. In light of the turmoil our society currently faces, this book is critical.
In the midst of our busy and often chaotic lives, we sometimes forget the importance of building character qualities. By curating our values, we can rise up and fight against cultural instability, family breakdown, social media ranting, and narcissistic and grandiose personal promotions.
Values to be discussed include:
– and many more
Dr. Evans provides insights based on biblical virtues derived from the Beatitudes as well as the rest of Christ’s teachings. This book will give men and women a framework for personal growth and awareness. When we align ourselves with God’s ways, and exhibit that behavior for our neighbors to see and benefit from, that’s when real change occurs.
Living Fearless : Exchanging The Lies Of The World For The Liberating Truth$15.99Add to cart
With a penetrating combination of stories, Scripture, and insightful questions, this book takes you on a deep dive into abiding in Christ, helping you exchange false ideas about “god,” the world, your neighbors, and yourself for the life-changing pursuit of knowing God experientially.
Whats Big Starts Small$16.99Add to cart
Of the 30 parables Jesus told, the one that gets the most space on God’s sacred pages is the story about the sower, the seed, and the soil (Matthew 13). Just like a farmer isn’t sowing seed to get rid of it, God never brings you into contact with his Word just to get it over with. Rather, just as a farmer wants fruit, God wants to help you to experience and exhibit peace, joy, love, and more. And while he certainly could make our behavior one hundred times more sanctified in a single moment, Jesus’s story reminds us that God normally grows us organically, in that slow and steady process that we witness throughout the created world. And just as in farming, there are some obstacles to overcome along the way.
This book is structured around the six threats Jesus lists in the parable of the sower and the seed, and the corresponding strategies to overcome them: pride, pain, worries, wealth, wanting, and not waiting. If you’re wondering why your faith “isn’t working” in some aspects of your life, Jesus’ words may contain the key you’re looking for.
Good And Beautiful You$25.00Add to cart
The Christian faith is not only about belief and practices, it is also about the kind of people that we become.
Yet some of the biggest barriers to our transformation come from our toxic self-narratives. These narratives shape the way we see ourselves and the way we interact in the world. God designed us with a deep longing in our souls to be wanted, loved, alive, and connected to God. Healing our souls requires more than knowing what God thinks about us. Our healing comes not through reason alone, but through revelation. The best practice I have seen in Christian spiritual formation was Dallas Willard’s endorsement of the Good and Beautiful series a decade ago. Now this fourth book in the series, The Good and Beautiful You, addresses the self-narratives that hinder spiritual growth and the desires of the soul that only God can satisfy. James Bryan Smith reminds us how Scripture reveals the beauty and goodness of our own souls and how we long for healing that only God can provide. Complete with spiritual practices that help us live into that reality, The Good and Beautiful You will serve as a welcome companion on your journey to discover who you truly are in Christ.
12 Things God Cant Do$14.99Add to cart
What’s the secret to truly trusting God so that we can rest easy at night? How can we have the same faith and confidence as David who said: “In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, LORD, make me dwell in safety” (Ps 4:8)?
The answer lies in focusing on God’s greatness. When we consider God’s greatness, we usually tend to think about what God can do. However, this book explores 12 things that God can’t do. They all express aspects of his nature and character which we can embrace with relief, celebrate with joy and worship with awe. You will marvel both at God’s otherness and at how he became one of us in the person of Jesus.
Read this book to grow in faith, live with confidence and rest easy at night, trusting in the God who never sleeps.
Your Calling Here And Now$18.00Add to cart
Our vocation is the outworking of how God has made us. It is not a goal on the horizon but a present reality that we are called to discern and explore. However, in the midst of our daily lives, finding meaning can prove both difficult and elusive, and we are often left wondering if we are missing out on God’s purpose for our lives.
Gordon Smith invites us to reflect on our vocation and step into God’s call in the present moment. When discerning our vocation feels overwhelming, Smith offers a simple question as a way forward: At this time and place, who am I meant to be, and what am I called to do?
Theologically and historically grounded, Your Calling Here and Now offers theological reflections and spiritual practices that will help you discern God’s call on your life. Whether you are navigating career transitions or looking for meaning in the ordinary, God has a purpose for your life for the here and now.
Tale Of Two$12.99Add to cart
The story of redemption is studded with men and women who had a direct and personal relationship with God, so many studies of biblical characters tend to be of individuals. But no man is an island. Many of these individuals also had relationships with other individuals which were important and even crucial to their success or failure.
In 38 short chapters Donald MacKay explores pairs of characters in the Bible. Some have obvious connections like Martha and Mary or David and Jonathan, but other relationships may be less clear, such as Timothy and Titus or Ahab and Jehoshaphat, but there is something to be learned from all of them.
These helpful stories will encourage readers to reflect on the lives and choices on these biblical characters, and also on the impact they have on the people around them and vice versa.
Gods Spirit : The Antidote To Chaos$12.99Add to cart
To live well in this world, we need more than to just try harder. If we want lives that are marked by love, joy and peace, if we want to see goodness planted in the soil of our marriages and families, we need something we can’t actually drum up from inside ourselves, however hard we try or how disciplined we become. The truth is, we need someone to come from outside of us to empower us to live the good life. The good life not on my terms but on God’s terms. It is His world, and He wants us to live a certain way. But He doesn’t just say try harder, He comes to us in the person of His Spirit, to enable us to grow into those people, to more closely resemble His Son, the Lord Jesus.
This book contains a reminder and a profound encouragement for the Christian. You have been given the Holy Spirit through faith in Jesus Christ and he is working these beautiful qualities in you. You have the resources you need at your disposal to live a life of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. God has gifted this to you through His Son, so look to him to grow and develop them in you, don’t think they can be found anywhere else.
But also, alongside the encouragement for the Christian there is also an invitation to the whole world. Look at the qualities that God grows in those who put their faith in Him, isn’t this the sort of life we are all trying to live? Isn’t a life marked by these beautiful qualities what everyone is seeking? We look in all kinds of places to find it, we put ourselves under all kinds of stress trying to achieve it, and yet here is God offering it to us as a gift. Come and welcome to the good life.
Who Needs The Church$13.99Add to cart
A thought-provoking introduction to the importance of the local church
It seems that increasing numbers of professing Christians in the West do not attend church. Church, to many, has become a place to go when it is convenient, to have one’s needs met. Terry L. Johnson asks whether our individualistic, dismissive attitude to the gathering of the local church can be squared with that of the New Testament.
Examining what the Bible has to say about the church, Johnson shows why the local body of believers is an essential part of the life of every believer – and the role that each individual believer plays in the life of the church. This thought-provoking, challenging book will benefit every believer.
Everyday Holiness : Become Who You Were Made To Be$12.99Add to cart
Pastor Josh Moody’s thought-provoking book helps to direct us towards growing in Christlikeness.
When Paul wrote to the church in Colossae, he warned them against false teachers who were claiming that faith in Jesus wasn’t enough to save them. Paul writes that faith in Christ is not only enough to save us, but also the beginning of a new life, in which we can become more like Him. This process of sanctification requires active participation on our part; Jesus has won the victory over sin, but we still fight in the battle.
In his invaluable book Josh Moody directs our attention not only to the theory of how we fight this battle, but also practical strategies for how we can train in holiness. The first step is to focus our minds on things that are above – things that are pleasing to God. We read our Bibles and ponder His word; we pray and ask Him for help.
Moody also highlights the practical instructions the letter to the Colossians give us for growing in holiness. When we are united to Christ we are new creations, but how do we live in a way that shows that? By taking sin seriously and putting it to death. We put off the old way and we put on the wardrobe of Christ – His compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, forgiveness. We let Christ rule our hearts. Moody not only explains the thinking behind this but gives suggestions for steps we can take today to put it into practice.
This increasing holiness affects our relationships too. Imagine a family, church or workplace whose members are committed to this process, who all seek to please God instead of themselves with their choices. What a joy that would be. What a witness that would be to those who do not yet know Jesus. This is the goal that Josh Moody encourages us to look towards as we seek to be more like Christ in our day to day lives.
1st Love : Keeping Passion For Jesus In A World Growing Cold$17.99Add to cart
Fervent passion for Jesus is often one of the first things to fade as we struggle through the daily grind of life, especially after grappling with disappointments and pain. Yet inherent in Jesus’s call to return to our first love is his promise to help us never to lose it–to have a heart sustained in joy, delight, and passion for him all of our days.International House of Prayer leader Dana Candler shares her own wrestle with weariness and unbelief, and reveals that a heart fully alive in Jesus is not only possible but is the promise and invitation of God’s infinite grace. First Love will guide you to:
– discover the root of a loss of fervency and live with a persistent hunger to know Jesus
– successfully navigate relational pain and circumstances that have led to offense, cynicism, and bitterness
– recognize distractions from the enemy and keep your love for God alive
– sustain a tender and burning heart that is unquenched in an hour of increasing darkness
Circumstances change, life plays out, and trials come, but love for Jesus is always to remain alive and provide the fire for your daily walk. The Holy Spirit doesn’t want to only maintain the passion inside of you, but to increase it!
Lets Go Deeper$18.99Add to cart
FROM AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR OF FOLLOW ME
The only thing holding back the spread of the gospel is the church.
This book will teach me how to go deeper in my relationship with God so that I may become a more fully developed disciple of Jesus to help bring the gospel to the world around me.
The Bible tells us there is one true God who sits on the throne of the universe. He is the Creator of everything, and He is worthy of all the praise and honor of the world’s people. Because He is our Creator and the Sustainer of life, He has the right to rule over us and expect obedience.
In Let’s Go Deeper, J. Lee Grady shares how by revealing Himself to Moses, God demonstrated His true desire to be with us. Even though He is almighty, enthroned in the glory of heaven, He makes Himself accessible and available to those who love Him.
Join in the journey of discipleship with this practical guide of thirty short and powerful lessons to take you deeper in your relationship with God. This resource will transform your Christian faith and act as a tool kit for those who are new to Christianity. Following Jesus and coming to know your Creator doesn’t have to be difficult; you just have to be willing to take the first step toward Him.
Discover Your Gifts$17.00Add to cart
You have gifts! And you are a gift to the world around you. Because every human is fearfully and wonderfully made, each one of us has something to offer to the world. But we have not always identified or developed our gifts well, nor deployed them effectively. Don Everts explores the gifts God has given every person and what new research reveals about the difference those gifts can make for us, our churches, and our communities. Churches have unfortunately focused mostly on spiritual gifts and vocations within the church. But we don’t always recognize the wide range of abilities, skills, and aptitudes that all of us have, whether civic, artistic, or entrepreneurial. We each have God-given gifts and are called by God to use them in our vocations in the world. Discover how our gifts are a blessing to others and pave the way for reconnecting with our surrounding communities.
Discover Your Gifts Workbook$9.99Add to cart
Discover your gifts! All of us have gifts that can be used for the common good. The Discover Your Gifts Workbook has sessions on twelve different kinds of gifts, from artistic and technical gifts to entrepreneurial and civic gifts. Every session defines and describes what each gift looks like and gives examples of how the gift can be used in four distinct vocations of life: church, family, work, and society. By using this workbook alongside the Discover Your Gifts book and the EveryGift online inventory, you can grow in your understanding and use of your gifts. And you will be better equipped to recognize the gifts of others and unleash them for use in all areas of life.
Way Of Kings$16.99Add to cart
Today’s man is in an identity crisis. With a never-ending barrage of confusing, condescending, and condemning voices telling him who he is and who he isn’t, it can feel impossible to discover who he was made to be. Men were made to be kings, to protect the light, fight the darkness, and rule well the domain God has given them. But to be a good king, men must act in the likeness of the King.
Drawing on the ancient tradition of an older and wiser ruler passing on his wisdom, like Solomon in the book of Proverbs, Nathan Clarkson offers young men 40 short and to-the-point letters for the journey. Packed with practical, biblically based advice on real-life issues, this book helps men base their identity not in who the world says they should be but in who their King says they can be.
For the modern man looking to live out a greater story, The Way of Kings offers ancient wisdom rooted in sacred Scripture to help him discover who he was created to be.
Faith In The Wilderness$16.99Add to cart
“If we want revival in our communities, then let us learn from those being revived.”
For many Western Christians, the experience of suffering and persecution is remote. For Chinese Christians, on the other hand, persecution is a regular aspect of the Christian life. If a Christian from the West was transported to a Chinese house church, the topic of suffering would be ever–present in preaching and conversation. With decades of persecution under the thumb of the Chinese Communist Party and a rich theology of suffering, the Chinese house church movement has much to contribute theologically to the global church.
In Faith in the Wilderness, editors Hannah Nation and Simon Liu pull together the insights of the Chinese Church for the West. These sermonic letters from Chinese Christians will awaken readers to the reality of the gospel-the ground of our hope-in the midst of darkness. Readers will be convicted, encouraged, and edified by the testimony of these Chinese Christians.
Stand Up Stand Strong$16.99Add to cart
If we live according to the gospel, we’re going to make waves. Why? Because the way of Christ is countercultural. It doesn’t go with the flow, compromise on truth, or stay silent in the face of injustice–so neither can we. No matter how young or old we are, or how much or how little influence we think we have, God calls us to boldly engage our upside-down culture through the lens of his truth.
With powerful examples from Scripture and stories from teens today and through the centuries, Sara Barratt equips teens to live with a biblical worldview, approach today’s hot-button issues with godly wisdom, and influence their generation for the glory of God. Tackling tough topics like sexuality, addiction, identity, media, and much more, Sara offers practical ways to stay rooted in God’s truth while engaging culture with the redemptive story of the gospel–no matter the cost.
Truth And Beauty$26.99Add to cart
Follow Andrew Klavan to a deeper, richer understanding of the words of Jesus.
Andrew Klavan had a problem: Much of what Jesus said puzzled him. He believed what he read in the Gospels, but he struggled to understand what Jesus really meant. So he began a journey of wrestling with the beautiful and often strange words of Jesus.
He learned Greek in order to read the Gospels in their original languages, and he vowed to set aside any preconceptions about what the Scriptures say. But it wasn’t until he began exploring how some of history’s greatest writers wrestled with the same issues we confront today–political upheaval, rejection of social norms, growing disbelief in God–that he found a new way of understanding what Jesus meant.
In The Truth and Beauty, Klavan combines a decades-long writing career with a lifetime of reading to discover a fresh understanding of the Gospels. By reading the words of Jesus through the life and work of writers such as William Wordsworth and John Keats, Mary Shelley and Samuel Taylor Coleridge–the English romantics–Klavan discovered a way to encounter Jesus in a deeper and more profound way than ever before.
For readers seeking to find renewed meaning in the words of Jesus–and for those who are striving for belief in a materialistic world–The Truth and Beauty offers an intimate account of one man’s struggle to understand the Gospels in all their strangeness, and so find his way to a life that is, as he says, the most creative, the most joyful, and surely the most true. You can find it too.
Sarah Anointing : Become A Woman Of Belief, Vision, And Hope$15.99Add to cart
FROM BEST-SELLING AUTHOR MICHELLE MCCLAIN-WALTERS
When your faith fails, God prevails.
This book will teach you how to live out your nature as an active participant in God’s vision.
Sarah was a loyal wife who followed her husband, Abraham, when God spoke to him. Even when Abraham made mistakes, she still called him “lord.” She is an example of a woman with a submitted spirit who responded biblically to her husband without losing her identity.
Sarah was an active participant in God’s vision–perhaps too active, as she ran ahead of God and tried to fulfill His covenant in her own timing. She also laughed at the possibility of a miracle.
But when God changed Sarah’s name, He changed her nature. The name change linked her to Abraham in co-rulership, including her in God’s covenant promise, which was fulfilled by the couple’s working together. Sarah’s example shows us that God has included women in His purposes and plans throughout history and will include them in the next great awakening. Her life is a positive lesson in faith that breaks personal limitations.
Christian Athlete : Glorifying God In Sports$17.99Add to cart
The Christian Athlete is a gospel-centered guide that assists athletes who identify as Christians and are seeking to understand how to practically apply their faith to their sport.
Athletes desire–and deserve–a more substantive expression of the Christian faith in the context of sport, but they don’t know what it looks like or where to turn to learn more.
Author Brian Smith shares his story as an athlete and coach, and his experience working with high-level athletes in the last decade to help readers better understand how to integrate faith and sport by:
*Assisting those who want a wide-angled understanding of how to live the Christian faith in the context of sports
*Walking through the many questions Christian athletes ask about winning, losing, injuries, practice, and everything in between
*Moving Christian athletes from simply having cliched spiritual sayings decorating their bodies or t-shirts to actually living out their faith through all the opportunities their sport offers them
The Christian Athlete will show readers how to live out a biblical perspective on athletics and urge them to engage in the gifts they are given to glorify God whether they are the team MVP or riding the bench.
Awake : Paying Attention To What Matters Most In A World That’s Pulling You$18.97Add to cart
What do you do when you feel empty, incomplete, walking through the fog of mundane living?
You can try harder. Or you can simply come awake.
Join beloved writer Anjuli Paschall as she helps you live life to the fullest, even when you’re running on empty.
Anjuli’s debut book, Stay, asked, “Where are you?” Awake asks the critical follow-up question, “Where is God?”
In Awake, Anjuli helps you see that God’s presence isn’t Oout there, O but instead, his presence is with you in all you do. In your laundry room, as you are driving to school pickup, and even as you read yourself to sleep, you will begin to notice God paying attention to you. God’s love-taps will gently nudge you to stay awake to his presence.
Awake is an invitation to wake up to the love of God, a love that is always with us, always pursuing us, and always offering us more of the abundant life we’ve been longing for.
Your Identity In Christ$3.99Add to cart
You are accepted.
You are secure.
You are significant.
Nothing is more foundational to your freedom in Christ than understanding your identity as a child of the King. From the bestselling author of The Bondage Breaker (nearly 2 million copies sold) comes this accessible guide to embracing the truth about who you are as a believer.
Neil Anderson is here to help you disarm any damaging lies you believe about yourself and walk with confidence in the grace and blessing God has given you. As you read, you’ll learn to:
*claim what the Bible promises for and about you as one who belongs to God
*discern the enemy’s deceptive attempts to discourage you and replace them with God’s truths about you
*start living each day assured that you are dearly loved, irrevocably accepted, and masterfully made
Your Identity in Christ will encourage you with an inspiring biblical understanding of yourself, reminding you that you belong to God and are the recipient of incredible blessings because of who Christ has made you to be.
Habits Of The Mind$23.99Add to cart
A Christianity Today Book Award Winner What does it mean to love God with your mind? Can the intellectual life be a legitimate Christian calling?
In this deeply personal book, James Sire brings wit and wisdom to bear on these questions. He draws from his own experience and the life of John Henry Newman to explore how to think well for the glory of God and the sake of his kingdom. Habits of the Mind challenges you to avoid one of the greatest pitfalls of intellectual life: the temptation to separate being from knowing. Sire shows how to cultivate intellectual virtues and disciplines–habits of the mind–that will strengthen you in pursuit of your calling. Thinking well is integral to acting righteously. Sire offers assurance that intellectual life can be a true calling for Christians: because Jesus was the smartest man who ever lived, you can and should accept the challenge to think with more accuracy, wisdom, humility, and passion. This classic work is now available as part of the IVP Signature Collection, which features special editions of iconic books in celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of InterVarsity Press.
No Turning Back$16.99Add to cart
For many of us, believing in Jesus feels like the first step on a journey that can only get better and better with every step. Then trials come and it can be hard to keep walking. When faced with disappointment, disillusionment, doubt, and death, we may be tempted to turn back. The road ahead seems too hard, too long, too fraught with danger and difficulty.
With great passion and deep understanding of the struggles believers go through, Rashawn Copeland encourages and inspires you to stay the course. In No Turning Back he shares practical and productive ways you can experience true and lasting growth based on the promises God makes to those who follow him. He shows you how to apply the truths of Scripture to be transformed by God’s power, grow your identity in Christ, renew your mind, free yourself from your past, and become the person God has called you to be.
Drawing The Line$18.99Add to cart
In order to live a full and abundant life in alignment with our dreams and callings, we first need to become crystal clear on where we draw our boundary lines. But where and how do we draw the line? And how do we communicate clearly and lovingly to those around us where the line is and why it’s important?
With plenty of relatable stories from her life juggling multiple businesses and a full house, therapist and mindset coach Kate Crocco offers eight principles that will help you understand, create, and maintain healthy boundaries in order to find more peace, greater fulfillment, and less burnout. She shows you how to take back control from the whims of other people’s opinions about what you should be doing so that you can align your time and priorities with God’s highest calling for your life.
Stop selling yourself short, waiting for permission, and looking to others for approval to begin living a life of purpose, passion, and personal peace.
Men We Need$16.99Add to cart
The world needs real men, real bad. And there are all sorts of conflicting ideas and messages about what a “real man” is (and is not). Is a real man one who hunts, loves sports, grills meat, fixes cars, and climbs mountains? Sure, sometimes. But that’s not really the point of being a man and it’s not the purpose for which men were made.
Into our cultural confusion, Brant Hansen paints a refreshingly specific, compelling picture of what men are made to be: “Keepers of the Garden.” Protectors and defenders. He calls for men of all interests and backgrounds (including “avid indoorsmen” like himself) to be ambitious about the right things and to see themselves as defenders of the vulnerable, with whatever resources they have.
Using short chapters loaded with must-have wisdom and Brant’s signature humor, The Men We Need explains the essence of masculinity in a fresh, thoughtful, and entertaining way that will inspire any man who dares to read it.
Never Give Up$18.99Add to cart
What if the answers to our modern crises are found in ancient truths?
This book will give you the hope and courage you need to stay firm in your faith despite the circumstances going on around you. You will keep your devotion to God and boldly share your faith.
The truth of the gospel is in great danger. Biblical beliefs are being attacked. Biblical morality is being assaulted. Christians are being insulted for holding to the ancient truths found in the Scriptures. We are in a fight to be heard and not canceled–to share our faith amidst the cancel culture. What is God’s message to us this day? What does He want from us in these troubled times? Resilience. Courage. Faithfulness. His call to us is to never give up.
*Never give up…on the infallible Word of God.
*Never give up…on the faith once delivered.
In his last letter, the aged and imprisoned apostle Paul realized that his final days were approaching. So, he wrote his last legacy message for his beloved Timothy and for future generations of disciples–namely you and me.
In Never Give Up, Dr. Michael Youssef echoes the words of the apostle Paul so that we may experience encouragement–and know triumph in the midst of defeat. With a sense of urgency, we are called to the steadfast service of a certain conviction. Despite hardship and suffering, we can learn to be unwavering in our devotion. As followers of Jesus, too often we are tempted to throw in the towel, give up the fight, and give in to fear. But we must not let that be our reality. We have not been abandoned. God is here. Yet conviction is needed and service is required. No matter what comes our way, we must never give up.
Encouragement From A Place Called Heaven$16.99Add to cart
As we face the realities of our broken world, where misunderstanding and violence tear people apart and sickness ravages the globe, we reach out for some hope to hold on to. The greatest hope we have is the promise of heaven. But so many of us know so little about what awaits us after this life is over, and what we do know is often influenced far more by TV and movies than God’s Word.
With powerful biblical truths drawn from his bestselling book A Place Called Heaven, Dr. Robert Jeffress offers much-needed comfort, hope, and encouragement to the hurting and fearful in a portable and easily digestible format. Filled with inspiring Scripture, breathtaking photos, and words of wisdom, this beautiful book is the perfect gift for anyone going through stressful times, struggling with chronic illness, or grieving the loss of a loved one.
Sacred Rhythms : Arranging Our Lives For Spiritual Transformation$17.00Add to cart
Do you long for a deep, fundamental change in your life with God?
Do you desire a greater intimacy with God? Do you wonder how you might truly live your life as God created you to live it? Spiritual disciplines are activities that open us to God’s transforming love and the changes that only God can bring about in our lives. Picking up on the monastic tradition of creating a rule of life that allows for regular space for the practice of spiritual disciplines, Ruth Haley Barton takes you more deeply into understanding seven key disciplines along with practical ideas for weaving them into everyday life. Each chapter includes exercises to help you begin the practices–individually and in a group context. The final chapter puts it all together in a way that will help you arrange your life for spiritual transformation. This spiritual formation classic is now available as part of the IVP Signature Collection, which features special editions of iconic and bestselling books in celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of IVP.
Do You Believe What God Says About You$15.99Add to cart
See Yourself the Way God Sees You
Who are you? You carry that answer around your home, community, workplace, and church. Your perceived self-image has a powerful impact on the choices you make each day. But how does your understanding of yourself compare to God’s perfect knowledge of you?
In Do You Believe What God Says About You?, Stephen Viars–pastor and Christian counselor of 35 years–gently challenges you to release misgivings about your identity in exchange for the Bible’s life-changing affirmations of who you were made to be. You will:
*let go of the hurt and other hard emotions that accompany a broken self-image
*develop positive habits for your mind and body that help you put into practice the truths you’ve learned about yourself
*grow in your love for Jesus as you contemplate how His death, burial, and resurrection have eternally changed who you are able to be
Perfect for personal use, group study, or educational material for Bible counselors, this book offers 31 short chapters, each featuring biblical insights, practical illustrations, journaling questions, and guided prayers that will help you define your identity as God does.
Endure : Building Faith For The Long Run$14.99Add to cart
How to run and not grow weary
Following Jesus is like running a race. But it’s a marathon, not a sprint. While we prefer to live in the immediate, our God is not after quick fixes. His ways and his timetable are better. He wants to make us like Christ, and that takes a lifetime. So how do we run the race with endurance?
In Endure, Daniel Ritchie explores how God’s people run well. Within this book, you will find direction and encouragement for how to trust God in every year, every day, and every minute. You are loved by God. And specific attitudes and habits will build your faith and connect you to God’s love. Learn how the seemingly mundane choices can be the most important–for your good and God’s glory.
Fearing Bravely : Risking Love For Our Neighbors, Strangers, And Enemies$16.99Add to cart
Jesus commands us to love our neighbors. So why are so many Christians taught to fear their neighbors? The American church is known as a people who are afraid, who have been nurtured through fear into hatred, and who have moved from hatred to violence–or at least to neglect. This fear, too often lived out boldly in the name of Jesus, is a false religion.
God instructs us to welcome strangers. We are not to withhold hospitality or help from anyone in need. So why do we fear strangers, especially those needing hospitality, afraid that their presence may threaten what we have?
Jesus taught us to love our enemies. We are to pray for those who actively harm us. Instead, we create enemies in our minds, seeing anyone who thinks, believes, looks, or lives differently from us as dangerous, a threat to our way of living.
The Christian community exists to declare and demonstrate God’s love and to follow Jesus in practicing love over fear, even in unsafe times and places. It’s time to reclaim our brave fear of God and risk transformative love for the sake of our neighbors, the strangers among us, and our enemies.
We are people of the Kingdom. Fearing Bravely teaches us that we have nothing to fear. Instead, we can respond to our fear problem with a brave love that emerges from choosing to let our fear of God overcome our fear of everything else.
Catherine McNiel writes with conviction, wisely guiding us to recognize our fear and, with God’s help, not let it limit us to love courageously all who are among us.
Fear : The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly$18.99Add to cart
You overcome the fear of people when the fear of God becomes your priority.
This book will teach you to recognize the fear of man and how the enemy uses it to trap you and keep you from the purposes of God for your life. It will empower you to break free from this trap and live boldly, unafraid to trust God and His promises.
When you care more about what people think than what God thinks, you will miss out on the opportunities God has for you. The Bible says, “The fear of man lays a snare” (Prov. 29:25). This type of fear is dangerous. It can get you into all kinds of trouble, and the enemy skillfully uses this weapon to keep you from fulfilling God’s purpose for your life. It can silence you when you should speak or paralyze you when you should take action. It affects far more Christians than you might think, but it doesn’t have to rule your life anymore. So how can you be freed from this trap?
The fear of God leads to wisdom and worship, and there are two ways it comes to you:
(1) it must be taught; and (2) the presence of God can bring fear as it did on the day of Pentecost and during the Great Awakening. You also learn it as you step out in courage and choose to trust what God says in spite of what people say. As you do this, the fear of man loses its power over you.
Follow Me : Make DISCIPLES The Way JESUS Did$18.99Add to cart
God has placed the next generation into our hands. Who will raise them up if the church does not?
This book will teach you how to effectively mentor the next generation of Christians. You will learn how to disciple others in their faith while getting outside of your comfort zone to increase your relationship with God.
If we want to change the world with the gospel, we must stop focusing on crowds and events and reclaim Jesus’ method of relational discipleship. Jesus’ final mandate to His followers was “Go and make disciples”–yet today most of the church is oblivious to what discipleship is, and few Christians are actually investing their lives in helping other believers grow spiritually. A vast paradigm shift is needed in the church today in order to reach the next generation and advance the gospel in the twenty-first century.
In Follow Me, J. Lee Grady uses many New Testament examples, as well as his own experience in mentoring dozens of young leaders and a clear strategy for discipling others that can be used by individuals and churches. Grady makes a compelling case that Christianity was never intended to be a spectator sport where huge crowds sit and listen to one preacher on a Sunday. Jesus intended all believers to engage in ministry–and this includes the work of discipling other believers.
So many Christians today live in a box of limitation. We must understand that the Christian life is an adventure of the Holy Spirit working through them. This book will help believers get out of that box and begin the exciting adventure of spiritual multiplication.
Who Are You Following Guided Journal$19.99Add to cart
Who are you following? In bestselling author Sadie Robertson Huff’s newest book and accompanying guided journal, Sadie reminds us that God calls us to follow Him, not those around us, to feel known and loved.
Who Are You Following? Guided Journal, released alongside Who Are You Following?, includes high design, color photography, questions, prompts, prayers, and Scripture to help you identify who is influencing your daily thoughts and actions and how to align them with God’s will for your life.
Sadie addresses topics such as:
*how to go from being liked to being truly loved
*our true motives for fame
*being seen from the outside versus being known
*comparing ourselves to others
*how to respond to cancel culture
*wondering, Does God still love me?
In Who Are You Following? Guided Journal, you’ll discover:
*additional stories and tips from Sadie
*thought-provoking prompts and questions
*Scripture, lists, tips, and additional helps with the topics covered
*prayers from Sadie and places to write out your own prayers
Dive into this fresh, insightful journey to discover who you’re really following and how to align your focus to be on God. With each page you’ll discover more of the God who brings us a life of vibrant faith and being truly known and loved. And when you follow Jesus first, you’ll find the love, value, and purpose you’ve been looking for.
Never Less Than$17.99Add to cart
Let Your Calling Take Center Stage
During a time when women were not allowed to sit under a rabbi’s teaching, speak to men in public, or testify in court-a time when women were treated as property and moved in the shadows of society-Jesus came to make things right.
Let popular speaker, teacher, and author Sharon Jaynes introduce you all over again to the Jesus those women encountered. Discover how Jesus broke the rules of the culture to show how much women are worth.
Whatever God is calling you to, you don’t have to sit at home in silence. Learn how Jesus empowers women to take hold of their calling, find their voice, and teach from their God-given authority. It’s time to step out in faith and lean into the power Jesus has given you.