A Novel About the Birth of Christian Faith
Leonard Woodson Mann
First Ten Days is a marvelously crafted story that invites the reader to visualize events and conversations at the Upper Room during that time. It was here that the church was born, that the foundations of Christian Faith were chiseled and laid.

Facing the consequences of a society that no longer values choosing right from wrong
Dan Taddeo
One Nation Without God

History is filled with great civilizations that have come and gone.
They all experienced moral decay from within.

One Nation Without God documents the cultural and moral changes that have brought devastating consequences upon our society in the last two generations. You will find the author's compilation of quotes and statistics an eye opening

An Architect and a Pastor Guide Your Church Construction
Lance Moore and Dan Michal
This year, thousands of churches will build or renovate, and many will repeat common mistakes -- some with disastrous results. Even experienced architects and pastors cannot guarantee success if they fail to communicate properly with building committees. Well-intentioned parishioners waste time and money with misplaced priorities or by unnecessarily "re-inventing the wheel."

This book offers a common language for ministers, church boards, contractors, and

Godliness vs. Worldliness
Daniel Taddeo
The Controversy is an anthology of eight books. It contains a random selection of gems of wisdom on 200 related topics, about 25 from each book listed on the reverse side, each fewer that 300 words long.

• They are timeless and challenging.
• They give encouragement and hope.
• They provide perspective and solutions.

They focus on all the important aspects of living

Inclusive Membership, Prophetic Vision, And The American Church
Nibs Stroupe
Whether we are conscious of it or not, we fear difference. That often unwarranted fear leads us to create enemies in our hearts and minds - and fear was no stranger to Oakhurst Presbyterian Church, as confessed by Pastor Nibs Stroupe...

Amazing Ways the Church Muddles the Message - How to Get it Right and Tell it Right
Robert Blair
If Jesus were still alive and preaching in the United States today, would he be building a huge church structure? Would he be talking about the "trigger" issues, the hot topics that seem to dominate our pulpits? Would he be marching in the streets -- either against or in favor of -- abortion,

The Proven Path to Be Forgiving and Forgiven
James Ayers
When we carry deep hurts by others, when we harbor resentment, revenge, jealousy, anger, and hateful attitudes, when we are unwilling to give or to receive forgiveness, we are positioning ourselves for agonizing problems and a host of potential personal illnesses. Whereas forgiveness is a key that opens the door to avenues of good health and a more satisfying life, unforgiveness keeps the door locked on a self-imposed, critical, unbending, legalistic, I-know-I'm-right outlook on life. The truth is that forgiveness blesses the giver more than it benefits the receiver. (from the Introduction)

Twenty-Five Case Studies of Biblical Crimes and Outlaws
Mark Jones
An historical account of twenty-five biblical crimes, the people involved, the consequences of their actions and the lessons they learned.

A Practical Guide for Health and Wellness
Henry Brinton and Vikram Khanna
In today's live-fast society, poor health and obesity are at epidemic proportions. People have seemingly forgotten to treat with reverence God's first and greatest gift to themテtheir bodies.

Building on the Ten Commandments that guide our spiritual lives, Henry Brinton and Vikram Khanna have devised Ten Commandments of Faith and

Lessons On Teaching With Love
Wendy Byard
Teach And Reach for Classroom Miracles! Lessons On Teaching With Love aims to convince teachers and leaders that love is the key to miracle-filled classrooms. When Wendy Byard first began teaching, the college professor, like many instructors, thought all her students needed was a