A Daring Faith in a Hazardous World: Build a Courageous Lifestyle With Lee Roberson, Lindsay Terry, compiler, 2006, 186 pages, $14.99, hardcover. The practical, down-to-earth counsel of this giant of the faith is easily understood and applied to our daily lives.
Overcoming Barriers to Growth: Proven Strategies for Taking Your Church to the Next Level, Michael Fletcher, 2006, 144 pages, $17.99, hardcover. Why does one church see its membership slow to a trickle, while another is flooded with new congregants? Fletcher says that every growing church hits a wall-especially at 100-200 and 700-800 active members. Skillfully defining different stages in a church's life, he guides you in implementing key leadership transitions to help your congregation thrive.
Seeing in the Dark: Getting the Facts on Depression & Finding Hope Again, Gary Kinnaman and Richard Jacobs, M.D., 2006, 192 pages, $13.99, softcover. An amazing resource for not only the depressed person but family members, pastors, and counselors as well.
Supernatural Communication: How to Pray With Power and Authority, Rachel Hickson, 2006, 256 pages, $12.99, softcover. A powerful and intimate look at communicating with God on behalf of His children.
Redemptive Suffering: Lessons Learned from the Garden of Gethsemane, 141 pages, $11.99, softcover. The author seeks to guide readers toward Christ's model of suffering and into the truth and freedom that comes through reliance upon a gracious God.
Evangelical Feminism: A New Path to Liberalism? Wayne Grudem, 2006, 272 pages, $15.99, softcover. A sobering call to preserve the integrity of the Bible.
Suffering and the Sovereignty of God, John Piper and Justin Taylor, general eds., 2006, 255 pages, $15.99, softcover. The contributors tackle difficult applications of God's sovereignty over suffering in various areas.
Outflow: Outward-Focused Living in a Self-Focused World, David Ping, Steve Sjogren, and David Workman, 2007, 234 pages; $24.99, softcover. Outflow answers questions like: Are there ways to convey deep spiritual truth to others without feeling like a used-car salesman? What's wrong with finding ways to share your faith that are comfortable to you and to the person you're talking to? Four self-contained Outflow kits are also available to lead pastors, small groups, youths, and children on a 5-week outreach expedition.
Fabricating Jesus: How Modern Scholars Distort the Gospels, Craig A. Evans, 2006, 204 pages, $19.00, hardcover. Evans offers a sane approach to examining the sources for understanding the historical Jesus.
A Model for Marriage: Covenant, Grace, Empowerment and Intimacy, Jack O. Balswick and Judith K. Balswick, 2006, 240 pages, $19.00, softcover. Rich in Christian insight, this book offers a vision of marriage that is both profoundly spiritual and practical.
When God Lets You Down: Trusting Again After Pain and Loss, Alex Gee, 2006, 128 pages, $12.00, softcover. In the moments of crisis our view of God is challenged and our faith is shaken.
Wonderful Words: a Daily Devotional, Stewart Custer, 2006, 366 pages, $13.95, softcover. Every page in this compact devotional focuses on a different word found in Scripture.
Start Here: Kingdom Essentials for Christians, Don Williams, 2006, 240 pages, $12.99, softcover. Guides Christians after their decision to follow Christ on how they are to live a life pleasing to God.
The Upside of Adversity: Rising From the Pit to Greatness, Os Hillman, 2006, 223 pages, $19.99, hardcover. How to understand the reasons for adversity and how to successfully walk through it in life and work.
The Seven Rules of Success, Wayne Cordeiro, 2006, 159 pages, $11.69, hardcover. Offers practical life lessons and ageless wisdom-even from unlikely biblical characters.
Telling the Story: Evangelism for the Next Generation, Luis Palau and Timothy Robnett, 2006, 192 pages, $14.99, softcover. Teaching on how to establish, build, and maintain an effective evangelistic ministry.