A Real Apprentice

“Jesus used stories, pictures, and a sense of fun to convey hard-hitting truths. Discover these uncovered principles in this book, and they could transform your life, as they have mine.”—BOBBY BALL,...

The Uncomfortable Church

How is a Christian to view same-gender partners? And what is God’s plan for love, sex, marriage, and ordination in the 21st century? Is it possible for Bible-believing Christians and gays and lesbians to...

God’s Warhorses

When to Fight and When to Follow Do you give the horse its strength or clothe its neck with a flowing mane? ...It paws fiercely, rejoicing in its strength, and charges into the fray. It laughs at...

More Christian Than African-American

For almost thirty years, Kimberly Cash Tate lived, moved and had her being in blackness. That was who she was. Her decisions, judgments, attitudes and opinions—the way she saw the world—were all filtered...

Thoughts that Fell From A Taco Shell

“Matt Ouellette is a fresh voice. Honest, funny, and timely, his words bring an original and relevant perspective to today's battle for spiritual authenticity.” —Josh D. McDowell, speaker and...

Godly Personalities

Warning! You're about to uncover your vulnerabilities! However, your spiritual strengths will also be revealed as you begin an expedition of discovery in the most vital areas of your life. Using insights from...

Open Your Hand Wide

American Poverty, Welfare, and the Power of Christian CompassionBy: W.J. DaubneyThe United States – viewed by the world as the land of plenty, yet every day many American families suffer from poverty. How...

Two Minute Warning

After 13 years as the leader of the Promise Keepers movement, coach Bill McCartney found what he believes to be the priority in the racial reconciliation movement. His newfound passion led to the establishment...

Caring Lessons

In Caring Lessons, Lois Roelofs tells her stories about being a rebellious minister’s daughter, reluctant nurse, restless mom, perpetual student, and eventually, fun-loving teacher. She used to tell her...