Renewing the Heart for Women: Life Principles from the Beatitudes, Barbara Henry, 2005, 144 pages, $12.97, softcover. This workbook is a powerful addition to the Following God Discipleship Series.
God Is the Gospel: Meditations on God's Love as the Gift of Himself, John Piper, 2005, 192 pages, $17.99, hardcover. The most loving thing about God is not His making much of us, but His enabling us to make much of Him.
The Deliberate Church: Building Your Ministry on the Gospel, Mark Dever and Paul Alexander, 2005, 176 pages, $12.99, softcover. The writers provide a model of a biblical church in this resource for anyone interested in the health of his or her church.
Coached by Jesus: 31 Life-Changing Questions Asked by the Master, Alan Nelson, 2005, 184 pages, $14.99, hardcover. As the greatest life coach this world has ever seen, Jesus' most powerful tool was the practice of asking well-placed strategic questions.
Contagious Holiness: Jesus' Meals with Sinners, Craig L. Blomberg, 2005, 208 pages, $20.00, softcover. Eating meals, one of humanity's most basic and common practices, was transformed by Jesus into an occasion of divine encounter.
Leadership Next: Changing Leaders in a Changing Culture, Eddie Gibbs, 2005, 237 pages, $14.00, softcover. This veteran church growth expert maps out how Christian leadership must change in light of new global realities.
The Revelation to John: a Commentary on the Greek Text of the Apocalypse, Stephen S. Smalley, 2005, 750 pages, $65.00, hardcover. This detailed commentary provides a fresh contribution to the scholarly study of this captivating but often perplexing book of the Bible.
All Churches Great and Small: 60 Ideas for Improving Your Church's Ministry, Kirk and Rosie Farnsworth, 202 pages, $15.00, softcover. This book offers specific ideas for those who want their small churches to become more effective.
Crying for Justice: What the Psalms Teach Us About Mercy and Vengeance in an Age of Terrorism, John N. Day, 2005, 199 pages, $14.99, softcover. In this timely and relevant book Day takes a look at the theology found in the imprecatory psalms.
Life Interrupted: Encountering the Unexpected, Lisa Q. Herrin, 2005, 212 pages, $10.99, softcover. When the unexpected interrupts your life, turn slowly, listen carefully, and speak passionately—God hears.
Counseling: How to Counsel Biblically, John MacArthur, 2005, 300 pages, $29.99, hardcover. MacArthur makes the case that counseling is a function of the church, based on biblical truth, not secular psychology.
Pastoral Ministry: How to Shepherd Biblically, John MacArthur, 2005, 363 pages, $29.99, hardcover. MacArthur confronts today's consumer-driven mentality with a call back to the role of shepherds rather than shopkeepers.
Preaching: How to Preach Biblically, John MacArthur, 2005, 364 pages, $29.99, hardcover. Outlines the basic principles of expository preaching.
Why Great Men Fall: 15 Winning Strategies to Rise Above It All, Wayne Goodall, 2005, 160 pages, $11.99, softcover. Explores and discusses 15 easily identifiable pitfalls that continue to devastate the lives of so many.
Practitioners: Voices Within the Emerging Church, Greg Russinger and Alex Field, editors, 2005, 288 pages, $14.99, softcover. Leaders of the emerging church movement explore ideas surrounding post-modernism, worship, and community in today's churches.
The One Year Book of Hope, Nancy Guthrie, 2005, 438 pages, $14.99, softcover. A practical guide for believers to find healing and peace from the God of all comfort and hope.
The Shepherd's Covenant for Pastors: How G.R.A.C.E. Can Transform Your Life, H. B. London, Jr., and Neil B. Wiseman, 2005, 224 pages, $14.99, hardcover. Issues a call for today's pastors to practice a higher level of accountability and commitment.