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Blessings, Prayers, & Heart Songs

Celebrating the People We Cherish and the Moments We Treasure A blessing is one of life's precious gifts. More than a prayer, it's a request that our heavenly Father will open the doors of heaven and shower...
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True Happiness: Living the 8 Beatitudes

How can we find true happiness? For over thirty years, Dr. Alan Robertson has counseled those exploring this simple question that is common to all of us. Dr. Robertson has identified a mystery: the more...
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Shotgun Rider

Restoring Passion for the Ministry Trail Shotgun Rider is for every church staffer who’s not in the driver’s seat. Though the ministry ride begins with a spiritual and emotional high riders soon...

Hannah More: The Artist as Reformer

Hannah More (1745–1833), a woman of incredible moral courage, was probably the most influential female writer of her time. Yet most of us have never even heard of her. Born in obscurity, Hannah died...

Lord Bless My Child

Newly revised and updated edition. Over 75,000 copies sold! For nearly two decades, Lord, Bless My Child has provided an enduring power of prayer for families. With a template to guide parents in praying...

Seven Habits of a Healthy Home

Preparing the Ground in which Your Children can Grow This book attempts to show parents how to create an environment at home that answers life's seven fundamental questions...Am I safe? Who am I? What are...

Honest, Direct, Respectful

Three Simple Words that will Change Your Life - - - No one is born with perfect communication skills. This practical guide offers a rare balance of wisdom and humor; unlike more complicated and...

Spiritual Gifts, Plain and Simple

This book was written to cut through the controversy, disagreement and theological jargon in order to discover the Bible’s plain and simple teaching on spiritual gifts. Every reader will be able to determine...

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...