The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia – A Lenten Bible Study
William Thomas
The nine lessons included in this book act as a roadmap, helping readers to question whether their church is portraying the teachings of the risen Christ. This book is perfect for a Sunday school or small group study.

Preaching the Book of Revelation In Mainline Churches Today
Rolf D. Svanoe
Because Revelation is often misunderstood in the media, Svanoe goal with this volume is “providing a resource for preachers to engage the latest research and insights into Revelation.”

22 Sketches for Recognizing the Present-Tense Christ
Hope D. J. Harle-Mould
a sermon-starter for clergy, an eye-opener for lay leaders, a go-to resource for Christian educators, and even a Saturday-night lifeline for anyone shaping community life for a congregational gathering

Monologues of Mothers In the Genealogy of Jesus and Other Women of Strong Faith
Lanelle Johnson
Faith of Our Mothers is a unique approach to well-known stories, helping to bring biblical characters to life before our eyes. This book contains many monologues that portray biblical women who went above the expectations of the day, eager to teach others about the love of God.

Stories to Capture A Life Well Lived
Richard E. Zajac
Recognizing the power of stories, Richard Zajac wrote this book as a resource to pastors with grievers in mind. The relatable, Christ-centered stories will help the preacher (or eulogizer) make a connection with the family and friends of the deceased.

Looking Again at the Parables of Jesus
Willam Powell Tuck
There are so many books of sermons on the parables. I have almost twenty just on my shelf! Could preachers and laypeople need another one? The answer is “Yes” when it is William P. Tuck’s Stories that Continue to Speak to Us Today... — Ronald J. Allen, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis.

Reflections on the Songs of Ascents in the Psalms for Lent and Easter
William G. Carter
Perfect for use during Lent and Easter, William G. Carter's reflections accentuate the advice that the Psalms of Ascent offer to those searching for the path to God.

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Essays On The Contemporary Christian Journey, Volume 1
Richard Gribble, CSC
The path of discipleship is often a difficult one, especially in our modern world with its busyness and distractions. But we do not walk this road alone. Using many powerful and real-life examples, Gribble reminds us that the ever-present and faithful Lord will be our companion and our strength. I would strongly recommend this inspiring book not only to individuals but to faith-sharing communities seeking to put “The New Discipleship” into action.
Fr. Joseph Mazzone, Archdiocese of Boston

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Essays On The Contemporary Christian Journey, Volume 1 & 2
Richard Gribble, CSC
The path of discipleship is often a difficult one, especially in our modern world with its busyness and distractions. But we do not walk this road alone. Using many powerful and real-life examples, Gribble reminds us that the ever-present and faithful Lord will be our companion and our strength. I would strongly recommend this inspiring book not only to individuals but to faith-sharing communities seeking to put “The New Discipleship” into action.
Fr. Joseph Mazzone, Archdiocese of Boston

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James A. Durlesser, Ronald H. Love
In Peace / Shalom, James Durlesser and Ron Love have created a volume designed to not only provide thorough exegesis of the biblical theme of Peace / Shalom, but also how that exegesis can be applied to the daily living of the Christian. Throughout this book, the reader will not only find information about how the subject of peace permeates the scriptural canon but will also discover many ways to help the person in the pew have a better understanding of peace in scripture as it applies to today’s world, and how it applies to their individual lives.