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  • Dark Traffic : The Dangerous Intersection Of Technology, Crime, Money, Sex,


    Dark Traffic is the book that ushers the public into the next phase of anti-trafficking efforts to stop what has evolved into a $150 billion industry involving a complex network of organized crime trafficking sex, labor, and human organs. As co-founder and CEO of Dark Watch, author Noel Thomas has led United States law enforcement and the judicial system into the new battleground, where high-tech data analysis is changing how criminals are caught and prosecuted. Dark Traffic arrives on a new wave of media attention and actions at the federal, state, and local government levels, and informs readers how they can play a role in identifying and helping stop trafficking that occurs in their own neighborhood. Noel’s story of how he became aware of the issue is proof. The trafficking game has changed drastically, and Dark Traffic will change all our perceptions of trafficking.

    “Dark Traffic was written first, to provide information. The public desperately needs to have a clear and accurate understanding of the problem we’re facing, since it threatens people, we love. Second, Noel hopes this book makes people angry, because anger focused in the right direction is a powerful tool for change(?). We ought to be angry when young people are being destroyed. And third, he wants to dispel the myth that one person can’t do very much. Mass movements are made up of lots of “one persons” who come together to become one massive force for good.”

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  • Her Freedom Journey


    Women struggle too.

    We are all sexually broken. And we are all invited to participate in the love, forgiveness, and healing of Jesus. Have you ever experienced the fear and shame that follows the vortex of graphic movies, erotica, promiscuity, or porn sites? You may think you’re alone and feel like hiding. But you’re not alone-and there is hope and healing.

    The great joy and passion of Dr. Juli Slattery and Dr. Joy Skarka is calling women to God’s gracious power of redemption. A beautiful blend of research, biblical truth, and personal stories, Her Freedom Journey invites us to go deeper with the Lord.

    Juli and Joy-believing that sexual freedom begins with discipleship-lead you through teaching that is coupled with personal reflection. In this 8-week combination book and workbook, women will discover freedom from pornography by experiencing the love of God as they address underlying wounds and connect through authentic community.

    “Our prayer is that through this book you would better understand God’s love and through that love, you will begin your journey of healing and freedom!”

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  • Releasing The Prophetic Destiny Of A Nation Second Edition


    How You Pray Or Don’t Pray Today Impacts Generations to Come

    What words do you speak over America? As you see evil glorified both in the media and in the lives around you, do despair and pessimism rise in your heart? Or do holy expectancy and anticipation?

    Despite the staggering moral freefall and societal chaos heralded from the highest offices and courts in our land, there is a higher Court yet-and it is decreeing a divine design for America.

    Which court do your prayers align with?

    In this dynamic and deeply prophetic hands-on prayer manual, bestselling authors and frontline prophetic voices Dutch Sheets, Chuck Pierce, and Tim Sheets shift your concern for our country into prevailing prayers and Heaven-sent declarations that break our nation’s strongholds, shift the spiritual balances of power, and reshape the course of America’s destiny.

    With timely, supernatural insight and immediate practical application, this landmark book equips you with a prophetic blueprint for victory-including strategic prayers, prophetic words, and revelatory teaching for each of the 50 states-and empowers you to:

    *Target your prayers for maximum effect.
    *Purge the land of generational sin and strongholds. *Overthrow the principalities and powers entrenched in every state.
    *Boldly declare what Heaven says about your state and nation.
    *And more!

    The days ahead are destined for awakening and glory, not doom and gloom. It’s time to arise and declare what Heaven has decreed-and to once again become one nation under God.

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  • Disarming Leviathan : Loving Your Christian Nationalist Neighbor


    Ministering to Christian Nationalists

    Pastor Caleb Campbell has watched as Christian nationalism has taken over large swaths of the United States. And he’s suffered the relational fallout of standing against it, both in his community and his church. While it’s possible to be both a Christian and hold Christian nationalist ideas, Christian nationalism itself is an un-Christian worldview, rooted in ideas about power, race, and property that are irreconcilable with Christian faith. Campbell has come to see himself as a missionary to Christian nationalists, reaching out to them with the love and freedom of Jesus Christ.

    In Disarming Leviathan, Campbell equips Christians to minister to their Christian nationalist neighbors. He introduces the basics of Christian nationalism and explores the reasons so many people are attracted to it. He also addresses a variety of American Christian nationalist talking points and offers questions and responses that humbly subvert these claims and cultivate deeper, heart-level conversations.

    Christian nationalism is an established feature of the American landscape. Disarming Leviathan can help prepare us to confront it with compassion and hospitality, and with the truth of the good news of Jesus.

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  • Its Not Like Being Black



    We are living in crazy times. Biological men are competing and winning against biological women in sports. The newest Supreme Court justice declined to answer the simple question: “What is a woman?” Record numbers of young Americans now identify as transgender. Sexually explicit materials permeate schools. Pedophiles have rebranded as “minor-attracted persons.”

    And now sexual identity and gender ideology advocates have hijacked the civil rights movement, co-opting its success for their own insidious purposes. They have sold the lie that sexual identities are equivalent to race and that the fight for the rights of “sexual minorities” is the final frontier in the struggle for civil rights.

    To make matters even worse, many evangelical leaders, eager to appease the culture, have gone along to get along–even excusing and redefining sinful behavior as a mere “sexual identity.”

    In It’s Not Like Being Black, pastor and bestselling author Voddie T. Baucham Jr. equips Christians to fight back against this pervasive sexual identity ideology and stand firm in biblical truths, giving them the courage to:

    – Remain vigilant and protect their children from the onslaught of this insidious ideology
    – Contend for biblical truth in the marketplace of ideas
    – Boldly celebrate, cherish, and defend true marriage
    – Willingly suffer as strangers and aliens for holding fast to what the Bible actually says

    Now is the time for the Church to act. Christians cannot contradict Scripture, discard thousands of years of tradition, subvert the English language, and deny fundamental reality without paying a heavy price.

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  • End The Stalemate


    When was the last time you had a real & meaningful conversation? What has happened to our society?

    Differences of opinion have always been part of life. For decades, spouses, family members, co-workers, and neighbors have had spirited conversations about politics, social issues, religion, current events, and even sports. But what was different in the past is that these disagreements wouldn’t sever ties between family and friends.

    Today, we live in an argument culture that has let to nearly a third of people reporting they have stopped talking to a friend or family member due to a disagreement and nearly two-thirds of people saying they stay quiet about their beliefs due to the fear of offending others. From cyberbullying to hate speech, workplace harassment, demonizing political language, verbal abuse, and intolerance, the vast majority of us–eighty-seven percent–no longer feel safe in public places to share our opinions.

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  • I Am A Woman


    It’s time for women to reclaim what makes them uniquely female and affirm God’s breathtaking design for womanhood.

    “Wake up!” cries Jennifer Strickland in this bracing call to women. With womanhood itself under a withering cultural attack, this is no time for Christians to stand teary-eyed on the sidelines.

    Men are invading women’s sports and even bathrooms, while schools indoctrinate children in lies about gender fluidity. The assault of insanity on reality took normal women by surprise, but we can’t waste another minute in fighting back.

    Our culture needs an answer to transgenderism, pornography, sexual violence, and the lies that are crippling our young women and robbing them of their dignity We cannot abdicate our responsibility to the next generation. It is up to women who fear God to restore the true meaning of our name.

    Women have had enough. And now it’s time to rise up as emboldened warriors to declare the truth against the gender-bending culture’s lies.

    Jennifer Strickland, a podcaster, author, and former model, is calling women to use their influence to expose the lies of gender ideology and point children and teens back to God’s beautiful design for male and female.

    In I Am a Woman, Strickland calls Christians to uphold the dignity of womanhood with clarity and compassion. She urges readers to cherish the power imbedded in the name “Woman”-because women are not undefinable. The name “Woman” means guardian, rescuer, advocate, protector, and life-bearer. Women must reclaim their name and reject any agenda that diminishes the dignity of sex and gender for future generations-before it’s too late.

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  • Loving Your Black Neighbor As Yourself


    Discover a boundless love for your Black Neighbor with this inspiring and actionable guide to moving toward racial healing.

    “Griffin’s work invites us to embark on a transformative journey toward a more inclusive and loving Christian community.”-J. W. Buck, PhD, author of Everyday Activism

    Jesus calls you to love your neighbor, and in the fight against racial injustice, that call includes your Black Neighbor: your Black colleagues, the Black congregants at church, the Black family in your neighborhood. Yet maybe you’re unsure of how best to show your love, or maybe you fear either saying or doing the wrong thing.

    In Loving Your Black Neighbor as Yourself, Chante Griffin equips you to see and love your Black Neighbor with God’s deep, holistic love. Using Black Love Lenses birthed from African American cultural values, you’ll learn meaningful ways through which you can see and care for your Black Neighbor:

    *Intimacy: cultivate intentional closeness and community
    *Honor: show overflowing respect and love
    *Stand Up: use your voice and influence to advocate
    *God’s Gifts: allow God’s resources to flow through you
    *The Spirit of Love: love lavishly through intercessory prayers

    Through guided readings, prayers, and heart checks, you’ll undergo a spiritual and relational transformation that grows a deeper love for your Black Neighbor and yourself. Are you ready to answer Jesus’s call?

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  • Hopeful Activist : Discovering The Vital Change You Were Made To Bring


    All around us there are signs of a broken world, situations that are just not right. Where do we begin? Sometimes we simply don’t know what to do. Or maybe you are busy ‘doing’ and it’s tough, even bringing you close to burn out.

    Whether you are new to activism or already on the road, this book will (re)kindle your hope and illuminate the way ahead.

    Featuring contributions from Shane Claiborne, Lisa Sharon Harper, Krish Kandiah, Sam Wells and many more, The Hopeful Activist is full of fresh wisdom and practical advice to help you play your part in bringing God’s justice and restoration to the world around you.

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  • Climate Change For Kids


    Do not fear! While the world is sounding the alarm, authors Ken Ham and Jessica DeFord help Christian families to trust God’s Word and not fear man.

    Climate Change for Kids…and Parents Too! is a groundbreaking book designed to equip the whole family with the knowledge and tools to navigate the complex issue of climate change.
    This full-color book reveals the intersection of science, Scripture, and logic to provide a comprehensive understanding of this issue from a biblical worldview.

    Some people are claiming the earth will be destroyed in a few years if this supposed man-made climate change isn’t stopped. But authors Ken Ham and Jessica DeFord, forecast that in another 10 years we will find these predictions haven’t come true for two reasons:

    1. God’s Word makes it quite clear that man can never destroy the earth (Genesis 8:22).
    2. Real observational science (not the radical interpretations of some of the data) does not support the alarming claims of these activists.

    Christians have no need to fear. In moments when climate change hysteria grips the media or academic spheres, it’s crucial to approach with discernment. Beyond the predominant theories attributing climate change to human activity, we must also weigh in various factors such as natural cycles of the earth and the sun, which significantly influence climate patterns.

    Discover the truth of science, climate change, and the true history of the world in this powerful exploration of climate change science and the importance of developing a strong biblical worldview.

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  • Does The Bible Affirm Same-Sex Relationships


    You may have heard the claim that the Bible, when read correctly, is not against believers entering monogamous, faithful same-sex relationships. The arguments sound quite compelling. “Jesus never talked about same-sex relationships.” “Paul was only condemning exploitative relationships, not consensual ones.” “We don’t keep the Old Testament food laws, so why would we keep the ones on same-sex sex?” “If God is love, he can’t be against relationships of love.” And more. Have Christians through the ages just been getting this one wrong?

    In this concise book, Rebecca McLaughlin looks at ten of the most common arguments used to claim that the Bible affirms same-sex sexual relationships. She analyzes the arguments and associated Bible passages one by one to uncover what the Bible really says.

    For Rebecca, as someone with a lifelong history of same-sex attraction, this is not just an academic question. But rather than concluding that the Bible does affirm same-sex marriage, she points readers to the gospel purpose of male-female marriage, a different kind of gospel-centered love between believers of the same sex, and God’s life-and-love-filled vision for singleness.

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  • Progressives Bible : How Scriptural Interpretation Built A More Just Americ


    While conservative groups have often appealed to the Bible to support their positions, so too have many progressive voices rooted in the Bible, seeing their struggles in its narratives and characters, and drawing on its verses to prove the truth of their arguments. Abolitionism countered pro-slavery arguments with copious biblical material. Women’s rights advocates strongly disagreed with one another about whether the Bible was good news for their cause, but some argued that it was. Temperance, a broadly inclusive reform movement in the nineteenth century, employed arguments that reflected a critical, non-literalist stance to the text. Civil rights speakers identified with biblical figures and struggles, infusing their rhetoric with familiar verses. The Progressives’ Bible foregrounds women, especially women of color, like Maria Stewart, Septima Clark, and Fannie Lou Hamer, while also considering the works of crucial figures like Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King, Jr. A final chapter describes contemporary social justice movements that draw strength from biblical and religious traditions, from Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant perspectives.

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  • Empowered To Repair


    Political and cultural wars are tearing communities apart. Issues such as immigration, racism, and guns are driving wedges between people and hampering Christians’ impact in the world.

    In Empowered to Repair, Brenda Salter McNeil looks to the biblical story of Nehemiah for answers. There, she finds an action-based model for repairing and rebuilding our communities and transforming broken systems.

    McNeil goes beyond theories, offering practical tools Christians need for organizing, empowering, and activating people to join in God’s work of equality, reparations, and justice. She provides strategies to drive systemic changes that go beyond superficial diversity and teaches the skills needed to engage in this important work long-term, such as organizing people, leveraging resources, and avoiding burnout through rest, prayer, and self-care.

    Learning from Nehemiah, readers will be emboldened to go out and help build congregations, organizations, and communities where all people can flourish and reach their full, God-given potential.

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  • Swimming Against The Current


    America’s most sought-after voice in the fight to save female sports shares her unbelievable story and inspires readers to embrace common sense and truth in discussions about women’s rights.

    Riley Gaines has been called many things: Collegiate athlete. All-American. Champion. But in 2022, everything changed. The narrative shifted. Now, critics smeared her as: Transphobic. Narrow-minded. Evil.

    What changed? Riley gave the truth a voice. She stood up, spoke out, and dared to ask questions — not just for herself, but for all female athletes who refuse to accept an ideology where “inclusivity” for trans-identifying male athletes now means treating women unfairly.

    Riley Gaines is changing minds in the process, and this highly anticipated, fearless, pro-woman book takes on controversial but critical questions we must confront about women (and sports) in America. Can’t we embrace policies that give everyone the chance to compete but still protect women and ensure they have a fair shot at success?

    In this book, Riley scrutinizes the perspectives of athletes on the opposing side of this debate, deconstructing their arguments with science, facts, and logic. She also asks what has happened to free speech and dissent in this country, where it now seems nearly impossible to have a well-reasoned debate. And in telling her story, Riley reveals what’s at stake if the truth-seekers remain silent about the injustices women face from radical agendas.

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  • Brown Faces White Spaces


    The New York Times bestselling author of Be the Bridge calls people of faith to confront the historical inequities that still exist in so many American institutions–from our legal system and media to our schools and churches–and offers a path toward a future that better serves everyone.

    Latasha Morrison, acclaimed racial justice advocate and author of the Christian Book Award(R) winner Be the Bridge, invites us to wrestle honestly with the disparities that negatively impact Brown and Black people. Weaving historical events with contemporary realities to reveal the generational effects of racism and inequality throughout American culture, Morrison illuminates a path toward lasting change, highlighting how each individual–and the church collectively–can play a role in building a future where all can thrive.

    Drawing on rich sociological insights as well as experiences of family, friends, and her own life, Morrison documents what it takes to become a voice of liberation in all aspects of our daily lives, including:

    *The economy: Whether you’re a Fortune 500 executive, a manager of a moderate-size division, a small business owner, or a barista at a coffee shop, it’s up to you to create an equitable workplace or storefront.

    *Property ownership: Maybe you’re not a lender or a legislator. But you can dedicate your most precious resource–your time–to bringing about justice.

    *Entertainment: Support artists of color in music, literature, art, and film who are sharing amazing, complex, and intensely human stories.

    *The church: Let’s talk about racism and how Jesus came to liberate us from it. Let’s also talk about how to apply that Gospel to create a more equitable church and world.

    Challenging yet hopeful, featuring Latasha Morrison’s rich storytelling as well as questions for personal reflection and group discussion, Brown Faces, White Spaces shows the steps we can all take to create a better tomorrow.

    Includes questions for personal reflection and group discussion.

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  • Life After Doom


    A deeply insightful exploration of how to live with wisdom, resilience and love in our turbulent times

    For the last quarter-century, author and activist Brian D. McLaren has been writing at the intersection of religious faith and contemporary culture. In Life After Doom, he engages with the catastrophic failure of both our religious and political leaders to address the dominant realities of our time: ecological overshoot, economic injustice, and the increasing likelihood of civilizational collapse. McLaren defines doom as the “un-peaceful, uneasy, unwanted feeling” that “we humans have made a mess of our civilization and our planet, and not enough of us seem to care enough to change deeply enough or quickly enough to save ourselves.”

    Blending insights from philosophers, poets, scientists, and theologians, Life After Doom explores the complexity of hope, the necessity of grief, and the need for new ways of thinking, becoming, and belonging in turbulent times. If you want to help yourself, your family, and the communities to which you belong to find courage and resilience for the deeply challenging times that are upon us — this is the book you need right now.

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  • Checking The Boxes Only You Can Check


    Most of us don’t realize how much we’re uniquely designed by God to change the world. It starts with building a list of action steps to change your world in critical ways.

    In Checking the Boxes Only You can Check, Jay Payleitner outlines forty different objectives we can strive for to make the world a better place. These objectives aren’t so lofty that someone can’t reach them, but they will be challenging. These objectives will help create lasting unity, compassion, efficiency, positivity, and thoughtfulness in a needy world.

    Will you be able to check the box of going above and beyond in your life or the lives of others? Can you give others or yourself a second chance in the age of cancel culture? With all the superstars and rock stars in the home and workplace, can you admit that you have limits or show humility? Can you proclaim Scripture and your faith in the face of scorn and ridicule? These are some of the questions you may ask yourself as you engage with this book.

    Reading this book will take you on a journey to better steward your life and be a better caretaker of the earth and humanity. Are you ready to take on the challenge and complete your checklist?

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  • Say Good : Speaking Across Hot Topics, Complex Relationships, And Tense Sit


    Find your passion. Know your voice. Speak for good.

    We know what it means to do good. But in today’s tense and complex world, when topics like political issues, theology, and current events so often divide us, how do we say good? God calls us to speak truth into our communities and relationships, but we all struggle to know when to speak up. We feel intimidated even as we long to engage controversy and division with ease and conviction. How can we know what to say–and when?

    In Say Good, Ashlee Eiland helps you discover the power of stewarding your unique voice. You’ll walk into a four-part discernment process–through passion, accountability, influence, and relationship–to understand the spaces, ways, and times where your words are needed. As you do, you’ll find the conviction and confidence to speak up in even the most flammable challenges. This book equips you to:

    *Find your voice in complex conversations
    *Engage with diverse perspectives and bring about positive change
    *Embrace authenticity and accountability
    *Foster meaningful relationships

    Say Good is a timely, thought-provoking book that contains practical insights, empowering action steps, and a solid framework for using your voice with purpose and impact. Embark on a transformative journey of honing both your words and your heart–for good.

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  • No Going Back


    The New York Times bestselling author, governor of South Dakota, and former congresswoman tells eye-opening stories of DC dysfunction, shares lessons from leading her state through unprecedented challenge, and explains how we seize this moment to move America forward.

    Any elected official can talk about how broken our government is. But their solutions always seem to involve more money, new programs–and reelection to another term. Few offer an unfiltered glimpse into how government actually works, empowering citizens with the knowledge to be part of the solution.

    Governor Kristi Noem never planned on being in politics. But her concern for our nation compelled her, on a local, national, and global level. Because she took a different path into public service, as a concerned mom and rancher, her insights help every citizen understand how positive change really happens, despite the dysfunction in Washington DC.
    Governor Noem explains how the country is not going back to the Republican party of the 2000s. And that’s a good thing. This book is packed with surprising stories and practical lessons from the front lines of the battle. And she names names.
    A lot has changed since 2016, and based on her accomplishments in Congress and as Governor, no one is better equipped than Kristi Noem to explain the tremendous opportunities this opens up for every American.

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  • Torn : Rescuing The Gospel From The Gays-vs.-Christians Debate


    An evangelical Christian examines the impact of sexuality, the LGBTQ+ movement, and the future of the church in this thoughtful, deeply researched guide to navigating and mending the social and political division in our families and churches.

    Nicknamed “God Boy” by his peers, Lee knew that he was called to a life in evangelical Christian ministry. But questions about his own sexuality forced him to rethink his “love the sinner, hate the sin” approach, sending him on a journey to better understand the Bible, the science, and the history of the church’s gay debate–eventually leading him to become one of the most respected voices on the subject on both sides of the divide.

    Filled with personal stories and careful research, Torn provides insightful, practical guidance for all committed Christians who wonder how to relate to gay friends or family members–or who struggle with their own sexuality.

    Torn has been a trusted resource for over a decade, and this updated edition features new material to address the impact and aftermath of the “ex-gay” movement, gender identity and the broader LGBTQ+ movement, and an updated and expanded look at where the overall affirming Christian movement is going. It also features new practical recommendations for combating the increased polarization that threatens to tear us apart.

    Convinced that God’s grace is the key to loving one another without compromise, Lee charts a path for people on both sides of the debate to help mend Christianity’s shattered reputation and bring peace to our families and churches.

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  • Parent Revolution : Rescuing Your Kids From The Radicals Ruining Our School


    From the leader of the online army in America’s parental rights movement comes the real story of how moms and dads across the country are turning the tide against radical activists in public schools.

    It’s no secret that our government-run public education system has held generations of Americans hostage. The teachers unions–the government’s stormtroopers–have been hard at work running a mass misinformation campaign to convince parents that because this is how it has always been, this is how it has to be. But here’s what you may not realize: the parents are winning, and we have entered the death spiral of the education dictatorship. The school choice revolution is here, and moms and dads are successfully restoring parental rights in education, one state, one school district at a time.

    In The Parent Revolution, Dr. Corey A. DeAngelis-public enemy #1 of the teachers’ unions – takes readers inside this movement like no one else can. As Vox reported in late 2023, DeAngelis has become “the public face” of the effort, “traveling from state to state, holding rallies, making media appearances, and tweeting constantly.” Or as another education voice put it, “No one in education policy, advocacy, or activism has ever lived rent-free in more heads at once than Corey DeAngelis.”

    As America’s most prominent and influential advocate of school choice, DeAngelis unapologetically argues why parents and political leaders must lean into the culture war taking place in schools. He exposes the hypocritical elites who are content to hold other people’s children captive to poorly run government schools while sending their own children to the best private and charter schools out there. And most importantly, he equips readers with the ability to make sure the potent forces of the educational industrial complex don’t regain their footing.

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  • Darkness Has Not Overcome


    Former special assistant to President Trump, New York Times bestselling author, and evangelical Christian Cliff Sims shares the lessons he learned on faith, politics, and the Christian witness while working in the halls of power.

    American life today is consumed by politics. Even our churches are tearing themselves apart over political candidates, cultural flashpoints, and debates about whether certain pastors are vessels for the Holy Spirit or an unholy political agenda.

    So how should Christians approach our lives in this time of strife and division? How should we engage in politics and respond when we find that our beliefs are at odds with the culture? And how do we keep our focus on eternity when the present attractions of the world are there in front of us at every turn?

    Cliff Sims, the son of a Baptist minister and man of deep Christian faith, has walked the halls of power, serving as a Special Assistant to President Trump and Deputy Director of National Intelligence. While working at the highest levels of the American government, he experienced firsthand the cutthroat world of power politics, an environment that can test the character of any follower of Jesus, and he wrestled continually with how to live out his faith.

    In this book, Cliff shares hard-earned wisdom from his time serving in government, giving Christians lessons on how to live faithfully and with integrity. Recounting stories from the West Wing, Air Force One, and top secret bunkers, Sims offers practical advice and biblical insight on how to let the light of Christ shine in our dark world, regardless of our politics.

    The Darkness Has Not Overcome is a must-read for every Christian who has found themselves exasperated by politics, fearful about the future, or discouraged by the times in which we live.

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  • Perilous Fight : Overcoming Our Culture’s War On The American Family


    Learn from one of our leading conservative voices how we can return to the biblical values our nation was founded upon, especially the vital importance of the family, in order to secure a prosperous future for generations to come.

    Does America no longer feel like home? Widespread divorce rates, the erosion of traditional marriage, the popular rise of radical ideologies, attacks on faith, and government interference are only a few of the factors contributing to the struggles of families in our culture. And because of the importance of healthy families to every part of our national life, the breakdown of the family threatens to rob us of the country we love. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

    Like many of us, Dr. Ben Carson fears we are losing the country we love. In this provocative and ultimately hopeful book, he gives us the facts, inspiration, and theory-to-action answers we need to restore a key foundation of America: the family.

    The Perilous Fight equips us to understand:

    *The hard data behind the breakdown of the family and its effects on our society, including poverty, crime, and deteriorating education

    *The core biblical beliefs that led our nation into unprecedented freedom and prosperity–and why abandoning those beliefs led to the social decline we see today

    *The fresh ideas and public policy options that could reverse negative trends impacting the family while maintaining a balance between constitutional freedoms and governmental involvement

    This is a practical and inspiring book for anyone who:

    *Feels discouraged about the state of our country and its institutions
    *Needs hope that there are commonsense, attainable solutions that we all can practice
    *Appreciates a conservative, Scripture-based approach to restoring faith, liberty, community, and life in America

    Strong families are the cornerstone of strong communities. Strong communities build a strong nation. Only when we prioritize the family as an institution established by God will we proudly remain the land of the free and the home of the brave.

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  • Saving Truth : Finding Meaning And Clarity In A Post-Truth World


    How can Christians defend truth and clarity to a world that rejects both?

    Increasingly, Western culture embraces confusion as a virtue and decries certainty as a sin. Those who are confused about sexuality and identity are viewed as heroes. Those who are confused about morality are progressive pioneers. Those who are confused about spirituality are praised as tolerant.

    Conversely, those who express certainty about any of these issues are seen as bigoted, oppressive, arrogant, or intolerant. This cultural phenomenon led the compilers of the Oxford English Dictionary to name “post-truth” their word of the year in 2016. It’s popularity and relevance has only increased since then.

    By accurately describing the Culture of Confusion and how it has affected our society, author Abdu Murray seeks to awaken Westerners to the plight we find ourselves in. He also challenges Christians to consider how they have played a part in fostering the Culture of Confusion through bad arguments, unwise labeling, and emotional attacks.

    Ultimately, Saving Truth provides arguments from a Christian perspective for the foundations of truth and how those foundations impart clarity to the biggest topics of human existence:

    *Human dignity.
    *Sexuality, Gender, and Identity.
    *Science and Faith.
    *Religious pluralism and Morality.

    For those enmeshed in the culture of confusion, Saving Truth offers a way to untangle oneself and find hope in the clarity that Christ offers.

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  • Jesus Method : A Reliable Approach To Navigating Today’s Urgent Social Issu

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    In an increasingly polarized society, we’re faced with social dilemmas and disagreements every day, from economic systems to elections, pronouns to pop culture. These topics can derail families, friendships, workplaces, churches, and of course, the dreaded Facebook comments section.

    Followers of Jesus often find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to navigating tough conversations with both grace and truth.

    Do we “take a stand” and share God’s truth, even if it alienates or offends the other person? Or do we remain silent out of kindness and respect, but wonder if we’re being untrue to our values?

    The Jesus Method offers a different way: a simple, clear model for dealing with social dilemmas the way Jesus would, giving you confidence that you can respond with wisdom and love no matter what hot-button issues come your way. By examining Jesus’ mindset and approach to tough situations – not just WHAT He said, but HOW He said it – you will discover a path that alleviates the pressure to “get it right” and helps you get unstuck and move forward with those you love.

    The Jesus Method doesn’t tell you what to think or what stance to take. Instead, it gives you a process for navigating the messy middle of truth and love, honesty and self-control while engaging in Jesus’s #1 priority: relationships.

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  • 20 Truths That Helped Me In My Battle With Porn Addiction


    In 1986, Steve Gallagher was on the brink of suicide. His addiction to pornography and illicit sex had shattered his life and destroyed his marriage. But after an experience of deep repentance, Steve began to discover powerful truths from God’s Word-truths that broke the power of his addiction, transformed his inner life and healed his marriage. In the nearly four decades since, Pastor Steve and his team at Pure Life Ministries have ministered to thousands of men in sexual sin.

    This in-depth, 40-day study journal is based on Pastor Steve’s viral YouTube series, 20 Truths that Helped Me in my Battle with Porn Addiction. With over one million views on YouTube, the series has shown countless men how to begin their own life-changing journey out of porn addiction. This study will help you take the truths from each of the 20 videos to an even deeper level and apply them to your daily life.
    Included in each day’s study:

    ” A link to that day’s assigned video from the 20 Truths series
    ” A personal testimony on the transformative power of these truths
    ” A Bible study on key principles for gaining victory over porn addiction
    ” Reflection questions that will help you apply these fundamental truths

    Order your copy today, and discover how you can win this battle once and for all through the power of Jesus Christ!

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  • Claiming The Courageous Middle


    Today’s political and cultural polarization has led to suspicion and animosity in our churches, our workplaces, and even our families. It has also led to a false sense that our options are limited to choosing a side. But there is a better way.

    Shirley Mullen invites readers to claim the powerful, redemptive potential of the courageous middle. Far from being a place of bland averaging, moral cowardice, wobbling indecisiveness, or lazy indifference, the courageous middle is a place where thoughtful individuals work with urgency to foster attentive rather than dismissive listening in order to garner what is true and praiseworthy even from those with whom they disagree. Their Christian faith, which makes it impossible for them to align themselves fully with one side or the other, uniquely equips them to call their communities to imagine a more hopeful, grace-filled future.

    This book offers a Christian theological framework for the work of “middle space” drawn from the Old and New Testaments. It also includes practical advice on how to prepare for this work, examples of those who have called their communities to alternatives beyond binary options, and discussion questions.

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  • How We Love Matters


    This powerful book reimagines discipleship by begging us to acknowledge that racism exists in the Church-and offers the hopeful message that we can disciple it out.

    It is not an accident that racism is alive and well in the American church. Racism has, in fact, been taught within the church for so long most of us don’t even recognize it anymore. Pastor Albert Tate guides all of us in acknowledging the racism that keeps us from loving each other the way God intends and encourages siblings in Christ to sit together in racial discomfort, examining the role we may play in someone’s else’s struggle.

    How We Love Matters is a series of nine moving letters that educate, enlighten, and reimagine discipleship in a way that flips the church on its head. In these letters that include Dear Whiteness, Dear America, and Dear Church, Tate calls out racism in the world, the church, within himself and us. These letters present an anti-racist mission and vision for believers to follow that helps us to speak up at the family table and call out this evil so it will not persist in future generations.

    Tate believes that the only way to make change is by telling the truth about where we are-relationally, internally, and spiritually. How We Love Matters is an exposition of relevant Biblical truth, a clarion call for all believers to examine how they see and understand each other, and it is a way forward toward justice, reconciliation, and healing. Because, yes, it is important that we love each other, but it is even more important how we love each other.

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  • How Should We Then Die


    “My times are in thy hand.”

    *Explains why physician-assisted death is attractive
    *Makes a case for the value of life and wrongness of killing
    *Argues from general revelation and Scripture
    *Helps Christians undercut the logic of euthanasia

    As more people accept the practice of physician-assisted death, Christians must decide whether to embrace or oppose it. Is it ethical for physicians to assist patients in hastening their own death? Should Christians who are facing death accept the offer of an assisted death?

    In How Should We then Die?, physician Ewan Goligher draws from general revelation and Scripture to persuade and equip Christians to oppose physician-assisted death. Euthanasia presumes what it is like to be dead. But for Christians, death is not the end. Christ Jesus has destroyed death and brought life and immortality through the gospel.

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  • Claiming The Courageous Middle


    Today’s political and cultural polarization has led to suspicion and animosity in our churches, our workplaces, and even our families. It has also led to a false sense that our options are limited to choosing a side. But there is a better way.

    Shirley Mullen invites readers to claim the powerful, redemptive potential of the courageous middle. Far from being a place of bland averaging, moral cowardice, wobbling indecisiveness, or lazy indifference, the courageous middle is a place where thoughtful individuals work with urgency to foster attentive rather than dismissive listening in order to garner what is true and praiseworthy even from those with whom they disagree. Their Christian faith, which makes it impossible for them to align themselves fully with one side or the other, uniquely equips them to call their communities to imagine a more hopeful, grace-filled future.

    This book offers a Christian theological framework for the work of “middle space” drawn from the Old and New Testaments. It also includes practical advice on how to prepare for this work, examples of those who have called their communities to alternatives beyond binary options, and discussion questions.

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  • Learning To Disagree


    Are you discouraged by our divided, angry culture, where even listening to a different perspective sometimes feels impossible? If so, you’re not alone, and it doesn’t have to be this way. Learning to Disagree reveals the surprising path to learning how to disagree in ways that build new bridges with our neighbors, coworkers, and loved ones–and help us find better ways to live joyfully in a complex society.

    In a tense cultural climate, is it possible to disagree productively and respectfully without compromising our convictions? Spanning a range of challenging issues–including critical race theory, sexual assault, campus protests, and clashes over religious freedom–highly regarded thought leader and law professor John Inazu helps us engage honestly and empathetically with people whose viewpoints we find strange, wrong, or even dangerous.

    As a constitutional scholar, legal expert, and former litigator, John has spent his career learning how to disagree well with other people. In Learning to Disagree, John shares memorable stories and draws on the practices that legal training imparts–seeing the complexity in every issue and inhabiting the mindset of an opposing point of view–to help us handle daily encounters and lifelong relationships with those who see life very differently than we do.

    This groundbreaking, poignant, and highly practical book equips us to:

    *Understand what holds us back from healthy disagreement
    *Learn specific, start-today strategies for dialoguing clearly and authentically
    *Move from stuck, broken disagreements to mature, healthy disagreements
    *Cultivate empathy as a core skill for our personal lives and our whole society

    If you are feeling exhausted from the tattered state of dialogue in your social media feed, around the country, and in daily conversations, you’re not alone. Discover a more connected life while still maintaining the strength of your convictions through this unique, often-humorous, thought-provoking, and ultimately life-changing exploration of the best way to disagree.

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  • Beyond Ethnic Loneliness


    Growing up as an Indian American immigrant in white Southern culture, Prasanta Verma unpacks the exhausting effects of cultural isolation and marginalization as well as the longing to belong and the hope of finding safe friendships in community. Our places of exile can become places of belonging-to ourselves, to others, and to God.

    “So what are you? Go back where you belong!”

    Majority white American culture has historically marginalized people of color, who at times feel invisible and alienated and at other times are traumatized by oppression and public discrimination. This reality leads to a particular kind of aloneness: ethnic and racial loneliness.

    An Indian American immigrant who grew up in white Southern culture, Prasanta Verma names and sheds light on the realities of ethnic loneliness. She unpacks the exhausting effects of cultural isolation, the dynamics of marginalization, and the weight of being other. In the midst of disconnection and erasure, she points to the longing to belong, the need to share our stories, and the hope of finding safe friendships and community. Our places of exile can become places where we find belonging-to ourselves, to others, and to God.

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  • Jesus And The Powers


    An urgent call for Christians everywhere to explore the nature of the kingdom amid the political upheaval of our day.

    Should Christians be politically withdrawn, avoiding participation in politics to maintain their prophetic voice and to keep from being used as political pawns? Or should Christians be actively involved, seeking to utilize political systems to control the levers of power?

    In Jesus and the Powers, N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird call Christians everywhere to discern the nature of Christian witness in fractured political environments. In an age of ascending autocracies, in a time of fear and fragmentation, amid carnage and crises, Jesus is king, and Jesus’s kingdom remains the object of the church’s witness and work.

    Part political theology, part biblical overview, and part church history, this book argues that building for Jesus’s kingdom requires confronting empire in all its forms. This approach should orient Christians toward a form of political engagement that contributes to free democratic societies and vigorously opposes political schemes based on autocracy and nationalism. Throughout, Wright and Bird reflect on the relevance of this kingdom-oriented approach to current events, including the Russian-Ukraine conflict, the China-Taiwan tension, political turmoil in the USA, UK, and Australia, and the problem of Christian nationalism.

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  • Surviving God : A New Vision Of God Through The Eyes Of Sexual Abuse Surviv


    Who is God when we see God through the eyes of survivors?

    Many books have dealt with sexual abuse scandals in the church and the role of pastoral care for survivors. Others have provided liberatory readings of biblical texts to support survivors of sexual violence. Surviving God takes a new approach, centering the voices of sexual abuse survivors while rethinking key Christian beliefs. Starting from experiences of oppression, beliefs that contribute to oppression are challenged, and new, hopeful, and healing beliefs take their place.

    Groundbreaking theologians Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Susan M. Shaw, each a survivor herself, demonstrate how traditional ways of thinking about God are highly problematic, contribute to the problems of sexual abuse, and are not reflective of the God of love and justice at the heart of the gospel. These long-held theologies often perpetuate the problem of sexual abuse and fail to promote healing for survivors. Drawing from their own experiences and the experiences of other survivors, and centering the ways gender intersects with race, sexuality, class, and religion, Kim and Shaw lead us to deep healing and a transformed church that no longer contributes to the devastation of sexual abuse. In these inspiring pages, you will discover new ways of thinking about God that are surprising, challenging, and empowering.

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  • End Of The Alphabet


    A rising Gen Z star empowers members of her generation to embrace conservative values and to rise up and fight for the future and those who will come after us

    Gen Z has the power to change the world. As the largest emerging demographic in American history, Gen Z is at the center of a cultural shift, one that will define the direction of our country for generations to come. Intellectually curious, culturally courageous, and unafraid to push societal boundaries, Gen Z is ready to embrace leadership as the most educated generation in history. These young and often underestimated Americans are here to fight for a better future–and we won’t wait for permission to lead.

    Rising content creator Isabel Brown is smart, driven, and passionate–a strong champion for truth in America. She fervently believes that Gen Z has the power, the potential, and the opportunity to define the cultural direction of America. The End of the Alphabet is a rallying cry for Gen Z to embrace traditional values in a new-age way and step up to make our voices heard.

    Although taking an active role in culture and politics is nothing new for young people, today’s youth face overwhelming push back from older demographics. Looked down on by those who came before us as too young, too naive, and too unique to impact our society, Gen Z’ers are instead told to sit down and shut up until they have earned enough “life experience” to lead. This view of Gen Z is crippling and deeply ignorant of the cultural shifts we have and will experience in the coming decades as Gen Z begins to step into positions of power and leadership.

    So, who is Gen Z? What does the future of our nation–and conservatism–look like with Gen Z at the helm? Read this book to find out.

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  • Change Starts With You


    Injustice, division, and suffering may loom large in this broken world, but you have the power to stand up for truth, unity, and healing. Join writer, motivational speaker, humanitarian, and NFL veteran Sam Acho as he gives you the courage you need to be a changemaker.

    When gold is put into a crucible over a fire, the impurities (known as “dross”) rise to the top. When faced with extreme heat, these precious metals are purified. Nothing about the metal’s essential makeup changes, but the impurities in them are brought to the surface, leaving behind precious gold.

    America is in a crucible right now–and maybe you are, too. The pandemic has strained an already struggling economy, longstanding cultural and political divisions have reached a boiling point, and injustices have been brought into the spotlight in ways that we can no longer ignore. But the thing about crucibles is that they bring out both the worst and the best of us.

    As you read Change Starts with You, you’ll be:

    *Inspired to discover and follow your fire–the unique passions that God has put in each of our hearts

    *Equipped to dream big, channeling your passions into creating positive change wherever God has called you

    *Encouraged by Acho’s firsthand accounts of communities transformed by people with the courage and tenacity to follow their own fire

    *Motivated to be a leader who empowers others to become changemakers too

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  • Whatever Happens : How To Stand Firm In Your Faith When The World Is Fallin


    Do you struggle keeping your faith in a world that’s losing its mind? These 31 short chapters take a deep dive into the book of Philippians, which Robert Morgan says is the Bible’s handbook for tackling each day with an undaunted attitude.

    Life is unpredictable, and the world is unstable. People have never been so confounded, sensing our culture, economy, and geopolitical systems are spiraling downward. Even in our personal lives, none of us knows what will happen next–which is why God gave us the book of Philippians. This short letter–just over 100 verses–can help us learn to live overflowing lives in an overwhelming world.

    Philippians is one of the most practical books of the Bible, which Robert Morgan says is as fresh as ever. Its theme can be summed up in these verses: “Whatever happens, conduct yourself in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ. Then . . . I will know that you stand firm in the one Spirit, striving together as one for the faith of the gospel without being frightened in any way by those who oppose you” (1:27-28). Among the many lessons in Whatever Happens, readers will learn how to:

    *Use prayer to energize their life
    *Make today about others
    *Stay as cheerful as possible in all circumstances
    *Let others lean on their strength
    *Start everything with praise and end everything with prayer

    As the apostle Paul wrote his letter to the Philippians from a prison cell, he was facing dire circumstances and an unsettled future. Would he be released or executed? But he knew one thing–that whatever happened, he was going to stand firm in his faith and live a life worthy of the gospel. And no matter what we are going through today, we can do the same.

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  • Return Of The Gods


    The Return of the Gods, Cahn takes the reader on a journey from an ancient parable, the ancient inscriptions in Sumer, Assyria, and Babylonia that become the puzzle pieces behind what is taking place in our world to this day, specifically in America.

    The mystery involves the gods. Who are they? What are they? And is it possible that these beings, whose origins are from ancient times, are the unseen catalysts of modern culture?

    Is it possible that these gods lie behind the most pivotal events, forces, and movements taking place in our nation and around the world at this very moment? Are the gods at this very moment transforming our culture, our children, our lives, and America itself?

    Could this mystery have even determined the exact days on which Supreme Court decisions had to be handed down?

    What is the Dark Trinity? Is it possible that what we in the modern world take as nothing more than ancient mythology could actually possess a reality beyond our fathoming?

    Who is the Possessor? The Enchanter? The Destroyer? And the Sorceress? Could a sign that has appeared all over America and the world be linked to the gods of Mesopotamia? And if so, what does it actually mean?

    Could the gods have returned to New York City and an ancient mythology played out on the streets in real time? Is it possible that the gods lie behind everything from what appears on our computer monitors, our televisions and movie screens; to the lessons given in our classrooms; to the breakdown of the family; to wokism; to the occult; to our addictions; to the Supreme Court; to cancel culture; to children?s cartoons; to every force and factor that has transformed the parameters of gender; to that which appears in our stores, on our T-shirts, and on our coffee mugs—to that which is, at this very moment, transforming America and much of the world? Is it possible that behind all these things are ancient mysteries that go back to the Middle East and ancient Mesopotamia? This and so much more, most of which we can?t even reveal in this description, will be uncovered.

    Is it possible that the gods are even affecting your life right now? How can you recognize it? And what can you do about it?

    The Return of the Gods is not only one of the most explosive books you?ll ever read but also one of the most profound. It will reveal the most stunning secrets and truths behind what is happening before your eyes in America and the nations. You will see things, even in your world, in

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  • Enduring Friendship : Sticking Together In An Age Of Unfriending


    Friendships are difficult.

    Sometimes it can seem as if friends are more work and pain than they’re worth, with friendship challenges that we have to endure and struggle through. Life gets in the way of our well-intentioned efforts to connect. Conflicts and differences over serious issues divide us and make us think that we could never be close to a person ever again. In today’s cancel culture, it’s easy to give up on people and just walk away, leaving us all more isolated than before. How can we build real relationships that are life giving and pass the test of time?

    Bryan Loritts mines one of the Bible’s least-known books for insights into how friendships can flourish even in the midst of sin and brokenness. With careful exposition and insight, he unpacks how the apostle Paul helped Philemon and Onesimus reconcile a most unlikely relationship with truth, repentance, and grace. With God’s work and steadfast love, even the most painful relationships that have ruptured are not beyond the reach of forgiveness and reconciliation. Discover how friendships that are hard can be transformed into friendships that endure.

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  • How Ableism Fuels Racism


    As a Black autistic pastor and disability scholar, Lamar Hardwick lives at the intersection of disability, race, and religion. Tied to this reality, he heeded the call to write How Ableism Fuels Racism to help Christian communities engage in critical conversations about race by addressing issues of ableism.

    Hardwick believes that ableism–the idea that certain bodies are better than others–and the disability discrimination fueled by this perspective are the root causes of racial bias and injustice in American culture and in the church. Here, he uses historical records, biblical interpretation, and disability studies to examine how ableism in America led to the creation of images, idols, and institutions that perpetuate both disability and racial discrimination.

    He then goes a step further, calling the church into action to address the deep-seated issues of ableism that started it all and offering practical steps to help readers dismantle ableism and racism both in attitude and practice.

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  • How Ableism Fuels Racism


    As a Black autistic pastor and disability scholar, Lamar Hardwick lives at the intersection of disability, race, and religion. Tied to this reality, he heeded the call to write How Ableism Fuels Racism to help Christian communities engage in critical conversations about race by addressing issues of ableism.

    Hardwick believes that ableism–the idea that certain bodies are better than others–and the disability discrimination fueled by this perspective are the root causes of racial bias and injustice in American culture and in the church. Here, he uses historical records, biblical interpretation, and disability studies to examine how ableism in America led to the creation of images, idols, and institutions that perpetuate both disability and racial discrimination.

    He then goes a step further, calling the church into action to address the deep-seated issues of ableism that started it all and offering practical steps to help readers dismantle ableism and racism both in attitude and practice.

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  • Fight The Good Fight


    Hard choices lie ahead, Christians. The bestselling team of James Robison and Jay Richards show what’s at stake in our post-Christian society, how to prepare, and why we must never forget that the battle, above all, is spiritual.

    Our rulers have kicked aside our Constitution and common sense. They have demonized our heroes. Now they’re trying to erase the difference between male and female. All while running up unimaginable and catastrophic debt.

    What’s left for Christians in such a society, where dissent invites ruinous retribution? Should they retreat? Fight back? Something else?

    God is not finished with us as a nation, but if we’re going to get off the road to ruin, we must do more than slow down and conserve whatever good remains: We must repent. That means a hard, 180-degree turn–and fast.

    If we’ll pray, think straight, persuade other lovers of truth to join us, and fight together–wise as serpents and innocent as doves–then there’s still hope.

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  • Start With Welcome


    You’ve seen the headlines. You’ve watched the TV footage. People around the world are in dire situations and on the move. Current estimates suggest over 100 million people are forcibly displaced from their homes and seeking refuge in other countries. It seems as if everyone wants to come to the U.S., and if we’re honest, that gives many of us pause.

    As Christians we’re supposed to love our neighbor as ourselves. But we can’t stop wondering if we showed welcome to the world, would it change our culture? Would it make us less safe? Would it be a drain on our taxes and local communities? Whether we realize it or not, our fears have trumped our faith. We fear those who seek a new life in our midst.

    So does the Bible have anything to say about immigration? Or is it just a political issue? Is it a pro-life issue? Where does this all fit in my faith and worldview?

    You have questions. You have fears. But you also have compassion.

    So, let’s start there.

    Let’s have the conversation you’ve always wanted to have about immigration. Let’s ask hard questions and detangle from the easy talking points that still leave us curious about our calling. Let’s attach confidence to your compassion.

    Get ready to dive into the whole of scripture to better understand what God calls us to do concerning immigrants and refugees. It’s a journey, and I’m here to take it with you.

    In Start with Welcome, Bri Stensrud reveals that something is stirring in the American Church. Something much bigger than platforms, politics, and pundits. Something that could literally change the world.

    It all starts with one word: Welcome.

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  • And : The Restorative Power Of Love In An Either Or World


    While others often respond to the cares and concerns of our day through anger, And: The Restorative Power of Love in an Either/Or World attempts to offer a response steeped in the heartbeat of Love.

    This book is an invitation to encounter the lived experience and philosophical musings of another as a human, not as a project or agenda to conquer. Without apology, it embraces humanity and all the emotions, back stories, and history that come along with who we are and who Love is inviting us to be. This book is for those who want to think more deeply, those who are asking questions of how, what, and perhaps even why, and those who want to engage in deep listening and empathy.

    And: The Restorative Power of Love in an Either/Or World is an invitation to move beyond binaries, beyond hierarchy and comparison to embrace the concept of “AND,” with inclusion and generativity that allow for more than one perspective and/or way of being.

    Touching on issues of race, body, motherhood, church, and wonder, these writings are from the stirrings of the author’s own soul, extending an invitation to sit with Spirit in the process of mindful meditation, to humbly sit with compassion and curiosity in ways that evoke honesty and healing so that one might move beyond either/or and discover how the restorative power and uniting thread of Love might be stitching each of us to the world and to each other.

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  • Spirit Of Our Politics


    For those discouraged and exhausted by the bitterness and rage in our politics, Michael Wear offers a new paradigm of political involvement rooted in the teachings of Jesus and drawing insights from Dallas Willard’s approach to spiritual formation.

    When political division shows up not only on the campaign trail but also at our dinner tables, we wonder: Can we be part of a better way? The Spirit of Our Politics says “yes,” offering a distinctly Christian approach to politics that results in healing rather than division, kindness rather than hatred, and hope rather than despair.

    In this profound and hope-filled book, Michael Wear–a leading thinker and practitioner at the intersection of faith and politics–applies insights taken from the work of Dallas Willard to argue that by focusing on having the “right” politics, we lose sight of the kind of people we are becoming, to destructive results. This paradigm-shifting book reveals:

    *Why we need to reframe how we view our political involvement as Christians
    *How as Christians we can reorient our politics for the good of others
    *The crucial connection between discipleship to Jesus and political involvement
    *A different way of talking about politics that is edifying, not stomach-turning
    *How to navigate political strife in churches and small groups
    *Why who we are in our political life is not quarantined from who we are in “real life”
    *Why gentleness is entirely possible in our political discourse

    The Spirit of Our Politics is for readers of any political perspective who long for a new way to think about and engage in politics. That new approach begins with a simple question: What kind of person would I like to be?

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  • Abortion Survivors Break Their Silence


    How many survivors will it take for us to see the life behind the abortion?

    Today’s culture would have us believe that abortion is simply a choice, a right, a controversial argument, and a religious and political issue of pro-life vs. pro-choice. It has become easy to think of the unborn as disposable products of conception-medical waste. But all of that changes when that “product of conception” defies the odds and arrives into this world as a living, breathing human being.

    In Abortion Survivors Break Their Silence, we hear the true stories of abortion survivors whose resilience and courage humanize this discussion of “choice” and life emerging from the womb. They are flesh and blood people who, against all odds, survived abortion attempts and have dramatic, touching stories of their own. These stories often begin in shame and secret, but emerge to become inspiring dramas of hope, love, and forgiveness.

    This book includes:

    *Stories of ten abortion survivors
    *A compassionate look into the pressures many women feel to abort
    *Accounts of medical personnel who worked in the abortion industry

    Abortion Survivors Break Their Silence stirs the heart, challenges readers, and humanizes the sanctity of life in concrete and transformational ways.

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  • Living Undivided : Loving Courageously For Racial Healing And Justice


    As the church and as a country, we’ve often neglected and avoided addressing the impact and ongoing reality of racism. We have been more focused on order than justice, more concerned with social media posturing than solidarity, more committed to judgment than repentance. But God’s people are called to more. We need to lead the way to true racial healing, solidarity, and justice. And we need two things to do it: courage and love.

    Through enlightening history and eye-opening personal stories, Living Undivided will equip and empower you with the biblical, transformative tools you need to move from just hoping and wishing for racial justice to actionable change that makes an observable difference in your life and the lives of churches, neighborhoods, and cities.

    In this season of division and injustice, this book opens up a clear path to a better future.

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  • Case For Life


    Pro-Life Advocate Scott Klusendorf Answers the Important Question: “What Are the Unborn?”

    Pro-life Christians, take heart: the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas if Christians properly understand and articulate that message. In light of the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, too many Christians do not understand the essential truths of the pro-life position, making it difficult for them to articulate a biblical worldview on issues like abortion, cloning, and embryo research.

    This second edition of The Case for Life, now with a substantial amount of additional and rewritten content, provides intellectual grounding for the pro-life convictions that most evangelicals hold. Author Scott Klusendorf simplifies the debate-the sanctity of life is not a morally complex issue. The debate turns on one key question: What is the unborn? In this timely book, Klusendorf teaches readers what the role of the pro-life Christian should be and how to lovingly and winsomely engage in questions and objections.

    *Timely: A helpful resource published in light of the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade

    *Ideal for Christians or Anyone Curious about the Pro-Life Movement: Written for those looking to learn more about the pro-life argument and why it matters

    *Logically Grounded: Klusendorf explains the core of the argument and how to engage in a thoughtful and loving way

    *Features New Content: Includes 8 new chapters and a new section titled “Pro-Life Christians Survey the Major Thinkers”

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  • Unwoke : How To Defeat Cultural Marxism In America


    In a book both articulate and desperately needed, bestselling author Senator Ted Cruz provides a long overdue argument aga inst the woke takeover of education, big business, the media, and Hollywood.

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  • Parent Guides To Connecting In Chaos: 5 Conversation Starters: Tough Conver


    The five parent guides in this bundle offer deep insights and clear strategies for confronting difficult topics with your teen. Many of these topics trigger complex emotions and can intimidate parents away from broaching the subject for fear of doing it wrong or making things awkward. The concise format and conversational style make the guides accessible and understandable. Parents will feel empowered to strengthen their relationships with their kids through tough times.

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