A Lenten Bible Study
Cynthia E. Cowen
Serve a different kind of soup and bread each week as you study the lives of Jacob, Moses, Joshua, Elisha, John the Baptist and Jesus in this six-part series. Each study provides a recipe for the soup of the week. Members can be invited to prepare th

John T. Conrad
How can pastors explain infant baptism using scripture? When John Conrad looked for resources to help him, he found none that addressed the issue from an almost exclusively scriptural viewpoint. And he discovered that couples from differing religious

A Men's Discipleship Course
Daryl G. Donovan
”And Jesus came up and spoke to them, saying, ’... Go therefore and make disciples....’ ”

The need for mentoring has never been greater in our society. Men Mentoring Men Again helps meet that need by effe...

Fifteen Topics For Study
George L. Murphy
Modern science and science-based technology have changed traditional understandings of the world in profound ways. A pastor who is also a trained scientist draws on his diverse background to help readers put today’s scientific knowledge in the contex...

A Study In The Psalms
Ron Lavin
Ron Lavin provides an ideal resource for small groups who want to explore the Psalms, or for preachers who want to present an inspirational series of sermons. Discussion questions are provided at the end of each chapter, as well as a guide for leader

A Small Group Bible Study Of Life's Changes
Steven Molin
Change is an often uncomfortable and disruptive force -- yet nothing is more inevitable than the necessity of adapting to new circumstances. Whether it’s leaving home, moving to a new city, getting married, having children, changing jobs, losing a pa...

A Study Of Burning Bush Experiences
William C. Bartlett
Can you recall events, people, and circumstances which have profoundly affected you? Many people have ”holy moments” -- those times when the Lord seems to reveal himself in a way that alters the direction of life. In this book, William Bartlett encou...

Obligation, Liberation, And Contemporary Christian Conflicts
Henry G. Brinton
Henry Brinton identifies the social and political phenomenon of our time -- the increasing tendency of people to live and worship in like-minded communities. Not only does Brinton explain the theological basis for this ideological segregation, but

Another Look At The Lord's Prayer
Ron Lavin
The Lord's Prayer is undoubtedly the world's most well-known litany of petition and praise -- yet it is precisely because of its familiarity that we often recite it by rote and lose the power and depth of its spiritual yearnings. In this latest insta

Connections Between Biblical Journeys And Life Transitions
Andre Papineau
Whether it’s leaving home, having children, losing a parent, or retiring, we spend much of our lives passing through transitions -- and it is often very stressful to cope with changing circumstances, as we feel lost, confused, and depressed, sometime