Showing 571 - 580 of 699 results
Many of us are grappling with questions: How much can we know about God? Who decides what is right and what is wrong? Do I need God to live a life that matters? We ask these questions not because we reject faith in God, but because we live in a rapidly changing world of new realities, new technology and new insights. And that changes how we believe.
Mark Strong urges the American church to embrace its pivotal role as a place of refuge and growth for our nation's fatherless. From mentoring programs for dads to special ministry efforts for children, Strong gives practical ways that churches can be conformed to the image of our loving Father.
Mark Sheridan, an expert in early Christianity, explores how ancient Christian theologians interpreted Scripture in order to address the problem of attributing human characteristics and emotions to God.
Can women be effective witnesses for Jesus? Sometimes women feel like they're not cut out for evangelism, but Jessica Fick shows how women can share their faith in normal, everyday ways. With specific aptitudes like empathy and vulnerability, God has created women with beautiful feet to bring the good news of Jesus to those around them.
This new collection of essays edited by Kyle Strobel and Jamin Goggin offers an evangelical hermeneutic for reading the Christian spiritual classics. Addressing the why, what and how of reading these texts, these essays challenge us to find our own questions deepened by the church's long history of spiritual reflection.
After AIDS/HIV left her orphaned, Princess Kasune Zulu raised her six siblings alone and eventually tested HIV positive herself. Despite these challenges, Zulu decided early on with God's help to be a victor and not a victim. That decision would send her on a journey to advocate for orphans, vulnerable children and those suffering from HIV and AIDS which has lead from the villages of Zambia to the United Nations and beyond. This book is her hopeful and healing story.
While many proverbs speak to us directly, we can gain much greater insight by studying the book of Proverbs as a whole. In How to Read Proverbs Tremper Longman III provides a welcome guide to reading, studying, understanding, and savoring the Proverbs for all their wisdom. Most important for Christian readers, we gain insight into how Christ is the climax and embodiment of wisdom.
Again and again Scripture teaches, "Do not be afraid." In this book of daily Bible studies David Ivaska gathers God's words of encouragement. As you explore God's promises from the Old and New Testaments, you'll be reassured of God's goodness. As you dwell on the truth of God's faithfulness, your hope will be restored.
Editor H. Wayne House introduces a lively debate on varying Christian views of divorce and remarriage. Contributors include J. Carl Laney, William Heth, Thomas Edgar and Larry Richards.
Written by and for Asian Americans, this study guide helps you discover and embrace Asian identity and learn to bridge the conflicting values of parents, culture and faith. Through accounts of humorous, frustrating and heartbreaking personal experiences, the authors offer support, encouragement and ideas for living out the Christian faith between two cultures.