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  • Before You Go


    Are you preparing to take the gospel to the nations?

    You’ve said “yes” to God’s call to go, and now you will pack up your things and step into the unknown of a new location, people, and culture. The following years will likely include great joy, frustration, homesickness, difficulty, and excitement. In this book, ten men who have served in missions in various ways share what they wish they had known before they began.

    This book is a handbook for entering the mission field, including essays on:

    *Discerning Your Calling
    *Leaving What You Love
    *Identity and Task
    *Integrity and Accountability
    *Serving Well as a Team
    *Prayer and Evangelism
    *Going Single
    *Family & Mission
    *The Fellowship of the Suffering
    *Spiritual Patterns of a Missionary

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  • Ultimate Guide To Heaven And Hell


    What happens after we die? The Ultimate Guide to Heaven and Hell is a summary guide to the afterlife that seeks to provide answers based on biblical teaching. Throughout, readers will encounter questions like: What is heaven, and how can I be sure I will get there? Is it different from the new heavens and the new earth? Will my body be there, or just my spirit/soul? What is hell, and how can I be sure to avoid it?


    *Is it Just Hype? How Can I Know?
    *Geography of Heaven and Earth
    *Heaven the Celestial Fire
    *Heaven: Avoiding the Fire
    *Is Heaven Our Home?
    *The New Creation
    *The Necessity and Power of Jesus’s Resurrection
    *How Can I Know Jesus Was Raised?
    *What Is a Person?
    *Intermediate State: Old Testament Evidence
    *Intermediate State: New Testament Evidence
    *What Do We Know about Hades?
    *Did Christ Descend to Hades?
    *Gehenna, the Lake of Fire, Tartarus, and the Abyss
    *Death and Dying

    Human mortality can be quite paralyzing to some people, but the truth remains-our individual, bodily lives will one day come to an end. What happens after? The Bible has much to say in response to that question, and ultimately provides hope on this topic as we look to Jesus, the one who has conquered death.

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  • Boot Camp For Christian Writers


    As a published author, experienced editor, and literary agent, L. Edward Hazelbaker has been helping Christian writers develop their books, hone their skills, and improve their writing for many years. And this book is the expression of his desire to help more writers than he can assist one on one. Now many more writers can benefit from his experience.

    This book is designed to encourage, equip, and educate Christian writers. If you’re joining or already a member of God’s army of great-commission writers, it’s time to enter Boot Camp for Christian Writers, where you’ll be inspired and challenged to be all you can be when answering God’s call to write.

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  • Handbook Of Religion


    This comprehensive handbook provides a Christian perspective on religion and its many manifestations around the world. Written by top religion scholars from a broad spectrum of Christianity, it introduces world religions, indigenous religious traditions, and new religious movements. Articles explore the relationship of other religions to Christianity, providing historical perspective on past encounters and highlighting current issues. The book also contains articles by adherents of non-Christian religions, offering readers an insider’s perspective on various religions and their encounters with Christianity. Maps, timelines, and sidebars are included.

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  • Ending Human Trafficking


    Human trafficking is one of the most pressing social justice issues of our time, and in recent years there has been renewed interest among Christians, as many have been stirred up to take their part in the ongoing battle.

    This is a wonderful thing–and yet misinformed and misguided efforts can do more harm than good. Ending Human Trafficking is a handbook designed to educate churches and parachurch organizations for truly effective work. In collaboration with the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College Graduate School and The Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University, Ending Human Trafficking is an accessible and compelling resource for Christian leaders, written by seasoned leaders in the struggle against modern slavery. Grounded in a theological response to the issue and filled with stories, up-to-date data, and practical tools and tips, it promises to be an invaluable resource for years to come.

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  • Gods Word To Pastors Revised And Updated (Revised)


    A Handbook of Questions and Answers for Pastors

    This quick-read handbook, packed with biblical wisdom and practical guidance from the pastoral trenches will equip and encourage you in the midst of ministry.

    Bob Yandian, a veteran pastor of more than 30 years, provides answers to common questions relating to your everyday pastoral duties and personal life.

    In God’s Word to Pastor’s Revised and Expanded, Bob covers topics such as…

    *The first pastors conference in Acts 20
    *Passion vs. calling
    *Daily schedules
    *Living a balanced life
    *Wolves after your sheep
    *The glorious church
    *Pastors need pastors
    *Whose flock do you pastor?
    *Spiritual workaholics
    *Family before ministry
    *The pastor’s heart
    *The bond of peace

    Bob will help you apply timeless biblical wisdom to the issues and dynamics of today’s pastoral ministry.

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  • Hayford Bible Handbook


    A Companion to the Spirit-Filled Life Bible. A Resource for Kingdom Living.

    Are you a Spirit-filled Christian who longs for fresh insights from the Bible? Do you want God’s truth to challenge you, and change you, and bless others through you in ways you never thought possible?

    The updated and revised Hayford Bible Handbook is an unparalleled resource that unveils the keys to Scripture uniquely, providing not only a wealth of information but also a spiritual stimulus that will encourage your faith and service to Christ. More than 400 Kingdom Dynamics notes, offering wisdom, insight, and spiritual instruction for life in God’s Kingdom have been collected into 41 thematic articles.

    The Hayford Bible Handbook continues to offer charismatic and Pentecostal Christians a major reference tool that provides easy access to a wealth of biblical and practical information.

    Within the Handbook are a variety of ‘keys’ to help readers study God’s Word:

    The Kingdom Key: The Executive Editor’s assessment of each book

    *The Timeline Key: Places the events of each book in the chronological context of history and the whole of Scripture

    *The Master Key: Points out the place of the Lord Jesus Christ within each book

    *The Power Key: Focuses on the Holy Spirit’s action and activities in each book

    *The Word-Text Key: Most books include (1) a key verse, (2) a key chapter, and (3) a key word that tend to define each book.

    Other important features include:

    *An informative Survey section for each book of the Bible with hundreds of Kingdom Life Insights, offering Spirit-filled life perspectives on individual verses

    *A Truth-in-Action chart for each Bible book, highlighting practical principles and specific actions that might grow out of them

    *The unique Spirit-Filled Life Encyclopedic Dictionary with over 1,300 entries, including word studies, explanations of important biblical and doctrinal terms, and Kingdom Dynamics articles

    *The Visual Survey of the Bible

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  • MacArthurs Quick Reference Guide To The Bible


    Study the Bible Deeply, Faithfully, and Effectively

    There is a big difference between simply reading the Bible and studying the Bible well, so it transforms your life. That difference often boils down to having the right resources not just to read but to understand and apply what you are reading to your life.

    In MacArthur’s Quick Reference Guide to the Bible, noted pastor and teacher John MacArthur takes you through the key aspects of the Bible. This valuable companion to reading the Bible has been prepared to help you develop good Bible-reading habits and a better understanding of the depth and breadth of God’s Word.

    For all 66 books in the Bible it highlights:

    *Author and date
    *Key people
    *Background and setting
    *Key doctrines
    *Key aspects of how God’s character is illustrated
    *How Christ can be found in that book
    *Key words in the book
    *Quick overview with a brief outline of contents
    *Historical notes about what else what happening in the world when the book was written
    *Frequently asked questions about the book
    *Questions for reflection

    Other valuable features include :

    *”How We Got the Bible” section
    *”How to Study the Bible” section
    *”Chronology of the Bible” section
    *Appendix with Quick Notes on Theology
    *Chronology of Old Testament Patriarchs and Judges
    *Chronology of Old Testament Kings and Prophets
    *Timeline of the Ministry of Jesus Christ
    *Index of Key Words

    Filled with the fruit of decades of study and teaching MacArthur’s Quick Reference Guide to the Bible is an essential tool for anyone who wants to seriously study the Bible deeply, faithfully, and effectively.

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  • Handbook For Teaching Bible Based ESL Revised (Revised)


    The Handbook for Teaching Bible-Based ESL provides a step-by-step guide for establishing a thriving ESL ministry at your church. New and experienced leaders alike will benefit from the many practical and innovative suggestions on second-language teaching.

    You’ll learn to:
    *Choose the most appropriate method for leading your particular ESL study
    *Determine which materials you will need to set up your ESL study for success
    *Understand and embrace cultural differences
    *Evaluate the language levels of your students and your effectiveness as a leader
    *Share your faith with your group

    The Handbook for Teaching Bible-Based ESL also includes:
    *Sample lesson plans
    *Communication tips
    *Teaching resourcesA pronunciation guide
    *ESL Bible Study Series

    The ESL Bible Study series is designed to disciple new Christians who are learning to speak English. Other books in the series include What Christians Believe, How Christians Grow, and Handbook for Teaching Bible-Based ESL.

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  • Natural Medicine Handbook


    When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you’re getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. You need evidence-based, trustworthy, unbiased sources and studies so that you can make wise decisions for yourself and your family.

    In consultation with the experts at and Natural MedicinesTM, Dr. Walt Larimore has combed the available research from around the globe to evaluate about 1300 natural medicines or interventions for more than 500 conditions or indications summarized in helpful charts and tables. This highly readable and reliable guide will tell you what natural medicines have proven to be both safe and effective while suggesting the best-value “Top Picks” for health issues such as:

    – brain and heart health
    – digestive and immune health
    – energy and fatigue
    – losing weight
    – keeping hair, skin, and nails young
    – increasing the quality and length of your life
    – and many more

    Arranged topically so you can go directly to the information you need, this comprehensive, trustworthy guide is a resource you’ll return to again and again.

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  • New Testament Commentary Guide


    An indispensable map to the often intimidating world of biblical commentaries. For many beginning students of the New Testament, looking for a commentary seems like a simple process: identify the book you’re studying, search for a commentary, and pick one. However, the reality is far from simple. With new commentaries being published every year on every book of the Bible, the student of Scripture can quickly become overwhelmed with an inexhaustible amount of resources. What is the student to do?In this short, accessible resource, Nijay Gupta helps beginning Bible students understand the various available commentaries–their strengths, unique contributions, and ultimately, how to use them. Through The New Testament Commentary Guide, readers will understand how to incorporate commentaries into their learning and be enriched in their study of the Bible.

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  • Fight : A Practical Handbook For Christian Living


    There is joy and triumph in the Christian life. But victory often comes through struggle.

    John White knows this tension well, and he gives us encouragement to persevere. The Fight is an accessible, classic guide to the basics of Christian living: faith, prayer, temptation, evangelism, guidance, Bible study, interpersonal relationships, and work. Beginning with an exploration of what happens at conversion, White offers refreshing insights into the challenges and joys of freedom in Christ that will benefit both new and experienced Christians. Along with numerous stories from White’s own journey of faith, each chapter includes suggested Bible study passages and questions. Now redesigned as part of the IVP Signature Collection, with a new foreword by Tom Lin, The Fight has for more than forty years served as a powerful resource to help thousands of Christians fight the good fight of faith.

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  • Holy Land Handbook


    Visit the Holy Land, wherever you might be!

    The Holy Land Handbook is a beautifully illustrated guide to the history, culture, geography, and key sites of the Bible. This “readable reference” transports you to the land where Abraham, David, and Jesus lived, explaining the what, when, where, and why of their stories–and many, many more.

    The Holy Land Handbook provides details on the history, setting, and importance of more than 130 key locales, including:
    *The Dead Sea
    *The Jordan River
    *The Jezreel Valley
    *And many more

    The Holy Land Handbook also covers the all-important city of Jerusalem with individual entries on spots such as:
    *The Western Wall
    *The Pool of Bethesda
    *The Upper Room
    *Gordon’s Calvary
    *Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    Fully illustrated in color, with helpful maps and intriguing sidebars, The Holy Land Handbook is great prep for those visiting the Middle East–and an equally great read for “armchair travelers” who want to better understand the Bible story.

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  • Preachers Bible Handbook


    When it comes to understanding a passage in the Bible, context is everything. What historical events surround a book’s composition? What larger literary unit is a given passage part of? What central themes explored by the book touch on the verses in question? If we don’t know the answer to questions like these, we are ill-prepared to speak to-and especially preach about-a passage’s meaning. The Preacher’s Bible Handbook aims to meet this need for extra help in preparing the sermon. Essays on each of the biblical books introduce the most relevant historical, literary, and theological facts about the book. Each is designed to aid the preacher in setting the stage for a sermon on any passage in the Bible.

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  • Rose Guide To The Gospels


    See how everything in the Gospels reveals Jesus as the divine Messiah, Savior, Servant, Healer, and Risen Lord! Rose Publishing introduces Rose Guide to the Gospels, your quick-reference guide through the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. With hundreds of pictures, charts, and timelines, this user-friendly introduction to the four Gospels helps you explore over 150 key people, places, and stories in the life of Jesus. Add depth to any Bible study with in-depth summaries of how the Gospels were written, the key people and events in each of the four books, why you can trust them, how Jesus fulfilled prophecies of the Old Testament, and much more!

    Unlike commentaries, this guide is packed with maps, timelines, and side-by-side charts which show key information on all 4 gospels at a glance. From an introduction to Jewish and Greco-Roman life to a who’s who of over 50 key people, get a condensed and thorough overview on the four Gospels!

    *An introduction to the Jewish and Greco-Roman culture and customs in the time of Jesus
    *An overview of the life of Jesus–why he came, what he did, and why it matters for us today
    *The who, what, where, when, and why for all four Gospels. Compare how these books are alike and how they’re different
    *An in-depth look at how the Gospels were written. Know why we can have confidence that the Gospels are reliable testimonies of the life and work of Jesus Christ
    *A harmony of the Gospels with more than 100 events, all with Scripture references
    *A who’s who of more than 50 key people in the Gospels
    *Jesus’ fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies about the Messiah
    *Answers to skeptics’ objections about the resurrection

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  • Ultimate Bible Dictionary Revised And Expanded (Expanded)


    The Ultimate Bible Dictionary is the perfect tool for those who are beginning to study the Bible. Carefully researched and accessible definitions are designed to provide a quick understanding of a term right up front and then, in many cases, go into more detail for those who want this level of description.

    The definitions are further enhanced by the large number of colorful maps, photos, and reconstructions of biblical objects placed on the same page spread as the definition they accompany. The optimal size of the Ultimate Bible Dictionary makes this resource easy-to-carry and easy-to-use in personal study or group activities.

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  • Community Rules : An Episcopal Manual


    * Practical guide to church community life Taking the approach of Michael Pollan’s Food Rules, Community Rules seeks to distill the basics of “good church” into a set of memorable rules. Working with three sections, the authors draw on their years of combined experience in academic and church administration to identify the basic Christian principles that underpin Episcopal community and then apply them to actions and relationships. The book seeks to explicate the best personnel practices, as well as good governance and communal life together, alongside a framing within the Christian worldview. The goal is to provide a text that can serve as a guide for any and all members of a parish, most especially those who serve on vestries or as volunteers.

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  • Harvest Handbook Of Key Bible Words New Testament


    Savor Each Rich Word of Scripture

    You’ve probably had times when you’ve read the same Bible passages over and over and skimmed past terms that seemed unclear or confusing-yet you know that each verse holds immeasurable value for your life.

    See God’s Word with new eyes and experience the full impact of its message! This easy-to-use resource will guide you through the rich meaning of Bible keywords in a reader-friendly format. Adapted from the classic Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words by W.E. Vine, this modern handbook focuses on 300 must-know Bible words that will help you better understand Scripture.

    For each entry, you will find a definition and an overview, as well as insightful quotes from Christian writers-all designed to help bring biblical references into present-day relevance for you.

    The New Testament is a message of hope-each word ordained to tell the story of God’s character and enduring love. Use this handbook to dive into the language of Scripture, and let His Word come alive in you.

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  • Leadership Power : Beyond Smoke And Mirrors


    Peter J. Daniels has been in a leadership role for the last 58 years and has used that experience to write this hand book for both those who want to lead. Leadership Power explores the life and strategies used by leaders. It is an exploration of their methods and the desperation quotient they all must possess, as well as the adjustments needed at times to lead.

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  • Surviving And Thriving In Seminary


    Seminary can give you a great foundation for future success in ministry, but it can also come with its share of challenges. Without proper preparation, it is possible to struggle in your studies or maintain a healthy personal and spiritual life. Surviving and Thriving in Seminary is designed to prepare current and future seminary students for what’s ahead. In it, two seminary professors (and former seminary students) tell you what they tell their students, and what they wish they’d known. This book aims to teach you skills that will help you thrive in the areas of your personal life, time management, and study practices. While seminary is always a rigorous experience, you don’t have to struggle through it. You can thrive.

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  • What The Bible Says To The Minister (Student/Study Guide)


    God has called you into ministry…now what? The Bible is full of wisdom, instruction, and sage advice for the minister on every topic, including: Your Calling, Your Purpose, Your Mission, Security In Christ, Your Family and Relationships, Your Daily Walk, Preaching and Teaching, Your Reward, and over 100 other topics! What the Bible Says to the Minister is a cherished resource for pastors and ministers all over the world. Available in 12 languages, this handbook is one that pastors return to over and over again as they seek to fulfill their call to serve God.

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  • Parish Handbook


    A parish church gathers people together from across the community and is a site of resistance against the increasingly atomized and segregated society in which we live. The social and political revolution at the heart of parish life is people learning to relate to each other in the name of Christ.
    Making clear that it is ordinary living which is at the heart of parish life, Bob Mayo provides an important and accessible resource for all involved in church leadership. Drawing on a wealth of experience and research, the handbook brings together sociological observation and theological insight to shape sound practical theological reflection. It will appeal to ordinands as much as practicing incumbents.

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  • Faith At Home


    Home (not the congregation) and parents (not clergy, youth ministers, or Sunday School) are the key mechanisms by which religious faith and practice are transmitted intergenerationally. Recent studies indicate that the single most important factor in youth becoming committed and engaged in their religious faith as young adults is that the family talks about religion at home. However, for many parents in the United States, religious language is a foreign language. Faith at Home will help parents learn this “second language” and introduce it to their children in simple, meaningful, concrete ways. Parents often ask: How do we introduce prayer to our children if we do not necessarily believe prayer changes outcomes? How do we approach reading the Bible with our children when our own relationship with it is mixed or complicated? How do we talk about difficult things and where do we find God in the midst of them? How do we teach our children to make a difference in the world? How do we connect what happens at church to what happens at home? These questions and many more are addressed with talking points, practices, and resources provided for each subject.

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  • Spiritual Warfare Handbook (Reprinted)


    3 Bestselling Spiritual Warfare Books in 1 Powerful Volume

    This spiritual warfare battle plan from international prophetic leader Chuck Pierce presents three bestselling books all in one volume.

    When God Speaks reveals our first line of defense: learning to discern God’s voice and receive his guidance for the spiritual battles we face.

    Next, Prayers That Outwit the Enemy exposes Satan’s strategies against us.

    And finally, Protecting Your Home from Spiritual Darkness gives ten easy steps for praying for your home, your family, and your property in order to lock out evil and maintain your victory. This step-by-step, in-depth handbook will help you know God’s heart, pray more effectively, and overcome the negative influences of darkness for effective spiritual warfare.

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  • Little Handbook For Preachers


    No function of the pastor is as visible and stress inducing as preaching. Being a good preacher requires learning the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical skills needed to effectively share God’s word with a congregation. It demands a commitment to the craft of preaching. But few pastors feel adequately prepared for this high-stakes responsibility when they begin their ministries. Mary Hulst knows what it takes to preach well. Forged by her experiences as a pastor, preaching professor and college chaplain, she recognizes the challenges of the pulpit. In this uniquely practical book, Hulst provides foundational concepts and tips that all pastors can use, whether they are ministry newcomers or seasoned professionals. Preaching can bring both you and your congregation great joy and satisfaction, week after week. And A Little Handbook for Preachers can help you deliver a better sermon by Sunday.

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  • What The Bible Is All About Bible Handbook KJV (Revised)


    “What the Bible Is All About” is the essential handbook for anyone who wants to read and understand God s Word. Inside this revised and updated edition of Henrietta Mears classic, you ll find an overview of every book in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. In addition, “What the Bible Is All About” will:
    *Provide a complete guide to the Scriptures
    *Explain how Jesus is revealed in the Old and New Testaments
    *Show why the Bible is one book, one history, one story
    *Introduce key people in biblical history
    *Give historical background for every major event
    *Highlight recurring biblical themes
    *Provide helpful reading plans, maps, and charts, and other study helps

    Discover for yourself why “What the Bible Is All About” is one of the world s best-selling Bible handbooks, with more than 4 million in print. This user-friendly guide makes it easier than ever to plant the Word in your heart and mind!”

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  • Faith Rules : An Episcopal Manual


    * Modeled on Michael Pollan’s best-selling Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual * Written by a prominent church figure Ian Markham, Dean and President of Virginia Theological Seminary, introduces both the Christian faith and The Episcopal Church to the seeker and Episcopal laity in this indispensable manual. Each page in Faith Rules is Episcopal wisdom set in concise, straightforward language for anyone in the 21st century.

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  • Spiritual Disciplines Handbook (Revised)


    Maybe you long for a more intimate prayer life or deeper insight from God’s Word but just don’t know how to get there. Or maybe you want to learn about new spiritual disciplines like visio divina, unplugging or attentiveness. In Spiritual Disciplines Handbook Adele Calhoun gives us directions for our continuing journey toward intimacy with Christ. While the word discipline may make us want to run and hide, the author shows how desires and discipline work together to lead us to the transformation we’re longing for?the transformation only Christ can bring. Instead of just giving information about spiritual disciplines, this handbook is full of practical, accessible guidance that helps you actually do them. With over 80,000 copies in print this well-loved catalog of seventy-five disciplines has been revised throughout and expanded to include thirteen new disciplines along with a new preface by the author. Mothers, fathers, plumbers, nurses, students?we’re all on a journey. And spiritual disciplines are for all of us who desire to know Christ deeply and be like him. Here is direction for our desire, leading us to the ultimate destination: more of Christ himself.

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  • New Pastors Handbook (Reprinted)


    Most seminary graduates will begin their ministries with plenty of important head knowledge to share–but with a deficit of some of the most practical aspects of doing ministry, such as:
    *which ministry role most suits them
    *how to start out strong at a new church
    *persevering during difficult seasons of ministry
    *leading meetings and delegating tasks
    *safeguarding their family
    *fighting discouragement, pastor envy, and a lack of contentment
    *navigating special ministry needs, such as hospitals, weddings, and funerals
    *and much more

    Through his hard-won wisdom, Jason Helopoulos comes alongside new pastors as a trusted friend and mentor, ready to guide them through their first years of ministry with intelligence and compassion.

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  • Handbook On The Pentateuch (Reprinted)


    For more than twenty years, Victor Hamilton’s handbook has been introducing students to the Pentateuch. In this substantially revised second edition, Hamilton moves chapter by chapter (rather than verse by verse) through the Pentateuch. He examines the content, structure, and theology and provides useful commentary on overarching themes and connections between Old Testament texts. For those who wish to do additional research, each chapter is appended with a bibliography of recent, relevant scholarship. The first edition has sold over sixty thousand copies.

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  • Disaster Ministry Handbook


    When disasters happen, people turn to local churches as centers for response and assistance. When floods or tornadoes devastate an area, or when shootings and violence shock a community, knowing what to do can be the difference between calm and chaos, courage and fear, life and death. But few churches plan in advance for what they should do – until the storm hits.

    Don’t get caught unprepared. If a natural disaster or human tragedy strikes your community, your church can minister to the hurting. Jamie Aten and David Boan, codirectors of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute, provide a practical guide for disaster preparedness. Disaster ministry is a critically important work of the church, preparing for the unthinkable, providing relief to survivors, caring for the vulnerable, helping communities recover. Filled with resources for emergency planning and crisis management, this book provides best practices for local congregations. By taking action in advance, your church can help prevent harm and save lives during a disaster.

    The time to plan is now. Be prepared.

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  • Doubters Guide To The Bible


    A Doubter’s Guide to the Bible is a concise account of the whole biblical narrative and the lifestyle it inspires, representing a unique and engaging framework for those observing Christianity from the outside, especially those who think there are good reasons not to believe. In this book, Dickson provides a readable and winsome Bible primer summarizing the main themes in scripture, and addresses tough questions such as “How can we read the creation account in Genesis in light of modern science? ” and, “how do we approach Old Testament law when it appears inconsistent and irrelevant?” By presenting the whole of the Bible as an account of God’s promise to restore humanity to Himself, and humanity to one another and to creation, Dickson allows believers and skeptics alike to gain insight into why the Bible has been a compelling, life-changing, and magnetic force throughout the ages.

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  • Star Book For Ministers (Revised)


    Twenty years have passed since the last revision of this best-selling resource for pastors. This third revised edition features everything ministers love about the classic, with some valuable updates for twenty-first century ministry.

    Key features:

    Restores the beloved Episcopal funeral service-back by popular demand!
    Honors the familiar and indispensable wedding and funeral service materials.
    Offers a rich selection of Scriptures from the beautiful King James Version for diverse occasions of pastoral care.
    New additions feature a cremation service and a service for the interment of ashes.
    Includes a new preface from Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins III, Executive Director of the American Baptist Home Mission Societies and CEO of Judson Press.

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  • Gospel Centered Preaching


    17 Principles Of Gospel-centered Preaching
    1: The Goals Of Preaching
    2: The Means Of Preaching
    3: The Content Of Preaching
    4: The Priorities Of Preaching
    5: The Process Of Preaching

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    This accessible manual on preaching unpacks the core of how a preacher must think and what they must do. And it focuses our eyes on the central message – the gospel.

    Use this resource to train yourself and others as a new preacher, to develop your thinking and skills as a growing preacher, and to encourage and sustain yourself as a seasoned preacher.

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  • Train Up A Child


    TRAIN UP A CHILD is a teacher education textbook for Christian parents engaged in laying the foundation for life and learning during the preschool years. It defines the meaning and purpose for education and provides a curriculum for the parents in developing the necessary educational awareness in all areas of learning. Following are several quotations that highlight the Christian character and Biblical worldview of both the author and the Book.

    You have given birth to a one and only model, with a potential never before registered on earth, and now God also tells you that you are responsible to train up this little one in the way he should go-both for time and for eternity.

    Teaching/Learning should begin in the womb and never cease.

    Learning is (1) the acquisition of knowledge, (2) the structuring of the knowledge processing systems resulting in a proper understanding and use of knowledge, and (3) the structuring of the individual-building what we know as character.

    The way he should go- is the path especially belonging to this child fitted for his individual characteristics.

    A child must be systematically instructed, initiated in the way of life, from the earliest dawn of intelligence.

    First, the parents must be characterized by their supreme love for God. Loving Him as LORD with all their hearts, with all their souls, and with all their might. This is the highest teaching credential for training children in the way they should go.

    If you desire to raise your children to love and obey Jesus Christ then you must give prime attention to instilling a value system within their minds that is truly minted from the gold of heaven-values that have eternal meaning.

    Think of it this way, God is trusting you to work with Him to conform your child into the likeness of Christ. This is the great goal, and reward for faithful parenting.

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  • Helpful Guide To Godly Living


    The Word of God is our handbook for godly living. It was given to men, inspired of God & intended for the Christian. Today, He is still using men and women of God to write books that make His Word clearer & more understandable. This book is written for just that reason. To be a helpful guide in taking you thru the bible along the pathway of life that will lead you to truth & freedom. Jesus said, “And ye shall know the truth, & the truth shall make you free” {John 8:32}.

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  • Instant Expert World Religions


    SKU (ISBN): 9780745955766ISBN10: 0745955762Joanne O’Brien | Sandra PalmerBinding: Trade PaperPublished: August 2013Publisher: Lion Books and Lion Children Books

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  • Your MA In Theology


    Undertaking study at Master’s level is quite different from studying at undergraduate level or doing doctoral research. This practical handbook is written by the leader of one of the most successful MA programmes in theology in the UK. It caters for the needs of both undergraduates moving on to study at postgraduate level or of those who are returning to study after years out of education. While there are many generic study skills handbooks for postgraduates, this book is aimed specifically at those studying at Master’s level in theology.

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  • Intentional Christian Community Handbook


    In the 21st century, Spirit-energized people of all ages are searching for a new (yet ancient) way of life together. A new generation of intentional communities is emerging with inspiring stories to tell of discoveries and struggles as they find their way. David Janzen, a friend of the New Monasticism movement with four decades of personal communal experience, has visited scores of communities, both old and new. This book shares the wisdom of many communities in many locales over the last half century.

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  • Bible Study Handbook


    How do you read the Bible? The Scriptures tell us that the Word of God is living and active; what happens to us as we interact with it? In The Bible Study Handbook Lindsay Olesberg lays a foundation for why we read the Bible, what attitudes and expectations are most helpful as we enter into serious Bible study, and what methods and practices yield the most fruit. A comprehensive guide for Bible students of every level of experience and spiritual maturity.

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  • Users Guide To The Book Of Common Prayer


    Church House Publishing

    This short and timely book introduces and explains the Book of Common Prayer in a new way to a new audience, and in a style of language that is accessible and informative without being techincal or assuming prior knowledge. It is intended as a basic, beginners’ guide for those from a non-liturgical/non-traditional background, for whom the tradition of prayer represented in the Prayer Book may be alien.

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  • Handbook On The New Testament Use Of The Old Testament (Reprinted)


    This concise guide by a leading New Testament scholar helps readers understand how to better study the multitude of Old Testament references in the New Testament. G. K. Beale, coeditor of the bestselling Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament, focuses on the “how to” of interpreting the New Testament use of the Old Testament, providing students and pastors with many of the insights and categories necessary for them to do their own exegesis. Brief enough to be accessible yet thorough enough to be useful, this handbook will be a trusted guide for all students of the Bible.

    1. Challenges to Interpreting the Use of the Old Testament in the New
    2. Seeing the Old Testament in the New: Definitions of Quotations and Allusions and Criteria for Discerning Them
    3. An Approach to Interpreting the Old Testament in the New
    4. Primary Ways the New Testament Uses the Old Testament
    5. Hermeneutical and Theological Presuppositions of the New Testament Writers
    6. The Relevance of Jewish Backgrounds for the Study of the Old Testament in the New: A Survey of the Sources
    7. A Case Study Illustrating the Methodology of This Book

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  • All Things Necessary


    A very successful music leader resource that has served the church well for nearly 20 years – now completely updated, revised and retitled.
    Formerly A Guide to the Practice of Church Music by Marion J. Hatchett

    A Guide to the Practice of Church Music was first published by Church Hymnal Corporation in 1989. It was an essential resource for church musicians using The Hymnal 1982. It also became part of the core materials for the Leadership Program for Musicians, which began in the Episcopal Church (along with the ELCA) in 1991.

    In keeping with the original work, this new book – developed by career church musician Marti Rideout – provides comprehensive information about the resources available to the Episcopal church musician; promotes a contemporary philosophy of music in the church; captures the specific intent of music in the Episcopal Church, and supplies detailed instruction for planning music for liturgies from the Book of Common Prayer and the Book of Occasional Services.

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  • Whats In The Bible A Tour Of Scripture From The Dust Of Creation To The Glo


    Explore the most monumental story ever recorded, a story filled with intrigue, drama, and real-life accounts of God at work in the universe. Highly respected theologian R.C. Sproul and best-selling author Robert Wolgemuth have collaborated to highlight the essence of God’s voice, activity, and purpose throughout the Old and New Testaments in an understandable and thoroughly-readable introduction to the Bible. Written from the perspective of a theologian and a layman, What’s in the Bible is a road map that will help you better comprehend the whole of Scripture. This revised and updated edition includes a new topical index.

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  • I Declare War


    From I Declare War…
    “Deliverance Ministry is a very complex ministry and one that it is very real. The world has
    led even the Church into the mindset that deliverance is about theatrics and gimmicks. The
    image of a monstrous, behorned, red-eyed animal figure attacking Christians is not
    consistent with the clear teachings of the Bible. This book (based on the author’s research)
    will serve as a reference that reveals the truth against various myths about deliverance that
    are widespread in the Church. It will help those who are called to Deliverance Ministry
    understand what can be done to stop the activities of the devil in the lives of God’s people.
    This work is not hypothetical in its nature; it is actuality confirmed by the truth of the Word
    of God. Scripture contains many references to deliverance.
    “The Church must be open to discussing these passages and applying their truth. There is
    no excuse for ignorance in the Body of Christ concerning spiritual matters. One of the gains
    and benefits of this research is to free the mind of preconceived notions about the spirit
    realm and encourage the Church to seek ‘freedom’ for the people of God. Legitimate
    Deliverance Ministry has been harmed by many who have intentionally incited fear and
    paranoia in people to render the Church powerless. Knowledge is power, however, and
    spiritual truths should be taught and practiced from the inception of Jesus Christ as Lord and
    Savior in the Church. This gives the Body of Christ an accurate picture of the victory that
    Jesus won on the cross.”

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  • Chronological Guide To The Bible


    Explore Your Bible in Chronological Order. Readers will see the people, places, and events of the Bible come alive with this guide that will enhance your study with any Bible. The Chronological Guide to the Bible’s colorful pages guide readers step-by-step through the nine epochs of biblical history — the same ones used in the best-selling Chronological Study Bible. Customers will maximize their understanding as they experience God’s word in dynamic historical order, no matter which translation they choose to use. Dig deeper into the cultures and people of biblical times with The Chronological Guide to the Bible.

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  • Happy Husbands Handbook


    Fleming has built an impressive legacy of successes that has span from moral personal victories built on integrity to financially professional accomplishments built on sound business decisiveness. Powerful, Hilarious, Educational, Informative, Motivational; Christian based; Thought Provoking; Paradigm Changing, and more are a few words that have been used to describe the messages delivered by Sylvester (Sly) Fleming. It has been quoted that it is hard to believe that you could have this much fun while learning life-changing lessons.

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  • Medical Ethics And The Faith Factor


    Medical Ethics and the Faith Factor is a reference book that promises to be a very useful resource for health care professionals, chaplains, pastors, priests, rabbis, and other people of faith who frequently interact with individuals and families facing illness and disability.

    Robert Orr brings to the table the accumulated knowledge of four decades in the medical field, many of which he spent dealing with clinical ethics. However, unlike many books on medical ethics, this isn’t simply a platform to convince us that Orr’s opinion is fact. Instead, it is a reality check replete with real case studies that reintroduce the human element to a discussion so often detached from the very people it claims to concern.

    In part 1 Orr explains the ethical and theological foundations of contemporary clinical ethics. Parts 2, 3, and 4 focus on specific ethical dilemmas. Here Orr tackles such questions as What management options are available when the family of a patient who is brain dead is unwilling to accept the diagnosis? Is a feeding tube ethically obligatory for a patient with advanced dementia? Is it ethically permissible to continue to prescribe narcotics for a patient who admits to their misuse? Should we provide organ transplantation for an undocumented foreign national?

    Finally, part 5 explores ways that family members, clergy, counselors, and friends can assist patients and families as they struggle with these difficult decisions, emphasizing the priesthood of believers and the importance of prayer for God’s wisdom and peace.

    Medical Ethics and the Faith Factor is a timely entry into a growing ethical discussion. Readers of this book will come away with a greater familiarity with clinical issues, a recognition of the moral questions raised by those issues – including those of religion and culture – and the ability to render more thoughtful assistance to patients and families struggling to find answers.

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  • Deacon Ministry


    This handbook addresses practical issues that typically confront lay church leaders, otherwise known as board members or deacons. Here you will find relevant help to equip leaders for the challenge of both ministering in their congregation and giving support and guidance to their pastor. Offers specific, pertinent information about how to fulfill the unique roles and responsibilities of a lay leader, exploring topics that range from the biblical basis for ministry and New Testament qualifications to typical areas of service, administrative duties, even conflict management. Used alone or in a group, the suggestions for personal interaction and problem solving,, along with real-life stories, will help develop effective leaders.

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  • College Conquerors Handbook


    The College Conqueror’s Handbook provides rock-solid advice on how to: * study for college level exams * write papers * choose courses * balance academic and social life * manage money, time, and resources It clearly explains the needs and benefits of establishing and maintaining an ambitious outlook, a positive attitude, and taking the right actions while in college. This easy to read book walks students through the steps required in order to conqueror college. After all, why survive college when you can conquer it?

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