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Truth Matters: Knowing God and Yourself


Honestly, I enjoyed working on this one quite a bit. It breaks down the basics of the Christian faith, even as it draws from the deeper well of church tradition. In short, it’s simple but rich…. Andrew Petiprin. Truth Matters: … Continue reading

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Are You Jesus?


Are you revealing Jesus to those you meet? Every day, we’re given that opportunity. . . . Joshua McClure. Are You Jesus? 184p., $14.99, Deep River Books. We all need to ask ourselves this and answer in a personal way. In a … Continue reading

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Israel, the Church, and the Middle East


So, what should the Christian’s attitudes toward Israel be—historically, politically, and especially spiritually? Darrell L. Bock & Mitch Glaser. Israel, the Church, and the Middle East: A Biblical Response to the Current Conflict. 304p., $24.99, Kregel Academic. The relationship between … Continue reading

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Being a Proverbial Student


Ready to go to college? Just one question: Why? Are you there to gather information, or to learn? Jeral Williams. Being a Proverbial Student: Getting a Degree vs. Getting an Education. 128p., $13.99, Deep River Books.  Parents and other support groups are understandably … Continue reading

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The Pastoral Handbook of Mental Illness


Know someone struggling with mental illness? Of course you do. This book will give you insight into their condition, and how to minister to it. . . . Steve Bloem. The Pastoral Handbook of Mental Illness. 192p., $18.99, Kregel Ministry. … Continue reading

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Strawberry Parenting


Learn how to grow kids for the harvest. . . . Nate Davis, M.Ed. Strawberry Parenting: Grow Kids Who Thrive! 160p.,$13.99, Deep River Books. Though Scripture is full of principles for parents to follow, the moment-by-moment application of those truths is … Continue reading

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Best Bible Books: New Testament Resources


That should be self-explanatory enough. For pastors, teachers, and other Bible scholars who want to know where to dig deeper…. John Glynn. Best Bible Books: New Testament Resources. Michael H. Burer, ed. 336p., $27.99, Kregel Academic. There are thousands of … Continue reading

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