What if you could have joy no matter what?
The Apostle Paul wrote his most personal letter while abandoned in a Roman prison, where he suffered abuse. He wrote to believers who lived in the shadow of the Roman tyrant Nero. And yet this letter, Philippians, is the most joy-filled epistle in the Bible. Weaving together modern stories and historical details, Dr. David Jeremiah explores Philippians verse by verse, showing us what it means to be joyful in spite of circumstances. Whatever you are facing today, Count It All Joy will inspire you to find the joy that Jesus promises. David Jeremiah £9.99
Forensic Faith will help readers: • understand why they have a duty to defend the truth • develop a training strategy to master the evidence for Christianity • learn how to employ the techniques of a detective to discover new insights from God’s Word • become better communicators by learning the skills of professional case makers With real-life detective stories, fascinating strategies, and biblical insights, Wallace teaches readers cold-case investigative disciplines they can apply to their Christian faith. Forensic Faith is an engaging, fresh look at what it means to be a Christian. J.Warner Wallace £12
God designed us with a specific set of talents. As with the parable that Jesus told in Matthew 25, some of us are given one talent, and others five. So how do we make the most of all the gifts God has given to us? In this liberating, powerful first book from up-and-coming pastor and speaker Mike Kai, readers will learn how to identify the talents they have, develop them to God’s full plan and purpose, and avoid the trap of the comparison game, which only brings shame and guilt. Mike Kai £8.99
Tucked away in the book of Numbers, amid instructions on wave offerings and haircutting, set in the ring of God’s call to his people to be set apart for him, we find a sparkling diamond: God’s gift of shining blessing, given to a weary people wandering in the wilderness.God blesses those who don’t deserve it, through those who don’t deserve it. Again and again he chooses to bless, as he prepares his people for life in the Promised Land. And he blesses them – he blesses us – so that we can be a blessing to all people. Kate Patterson explores the Aaronic blessing from the book of Numbers, phrase by shining phrase, and invites us to join her in discovering the fullness of God’s blessing in whatever situation we find ourselves.
Kate Patterson £9.99
With a girlfriend’s companionship and a professional counselor’s expertise, Dr. Laurel Shaler walks readers through personal stories and biblical insights that shed light on daily and traumatic stress. In Reclaiming Sanity, she show
- How to find freedom from the past
- Five myths about anger and how to overcome them
- The antidote for nagging worry and sleepless nights
- Ways to rebuild trust in others
- How Christ gives true strength
Offering effective action steps toward reclaiming sanity, Dr. Shaler guides readers through the healing process, whether they are dealing with a one-time traumatic event or years of hidden pain. Dr. Laurel Shaler £12.99
All four gospels tell of Jesus being crucified between two thieves, but only St Luke’s gospel records the final words of these other men. Why does he include these exchanges? What is it about these unknown, dying men that makes them worth remembering?
Time and time again, Luke’s gospel shows the mercy of God displayed through Jesus to those who feel themselves unworthy of love – does this final scene fully realise Luke’s message? What do these interactions between two criminals tell us about God’s love? And what can we conclude about the impenitent thief?
In this thought-provoking book, Graham Reeves explores the deeper meaning of the other men in Luke’s crucifixion narrative and reflects upon how their responses to Jesus can inform our own faith and understanding of God. Graham Reeves £8.99
The call to Christian discipleship is a call to adventure. Holy Habits explores the nature of that adventure through a rich mix of biblical material and inspiring stories. The nurturing role of the ten holy habits of discipleship as seen in Acts 2 is then explored. The ten habits are: biblical teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, prayer, giving, service, eating together, gladness and generosity, worship and making more disciples. Each chapter has suggestions for further reflection and action that can be used individually or by smaller or larger Christian communities. Andrew Roberts £9.99
For readers of Tim LaHaye and John Hagee comes a thoughtful exploration of what happens in eternity. Relying on key biblical prophecies, renowned scholar Dr. John F. Walvoord explains what the Bible teaches about heaven and hell, how life on earth affects life in heaven, why God gives both judgment and grace, and how Christians can find comfort amid earthly suffering. John F. Walvood £9.99