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Publisher: Cruciform Press
Price: $2.99 (Oct 20-21)
“God made pot. It’s natural.”
“And it’s legal in more and more places.”
“And Christians are allowed to drink alcohol, right?”
“So really…what’s the issue?”
Is it a sin to smoke marijuana? Is it permissible to use recreationally? How about medicinally? Questions like these are a hot topic today, and chances are that you or someone you know is asking them. Christians believe the Bible is our highest authority for faith and life, including on subjects like marijuana use. So how does the Bible help us answer questions about marijuana?
By looking at the biblical teaching on creation, government, medicine, and alcohol, this book sets out to help people make wise and God-honoring decisions about marijuana use. Rather than just providing a list of proof texts, Can I Smoke Pot?: Marijuana in Light of Scripture looks at what the Bible teaches as a unified whole, from Genesis to Revelation, so we can more confidently answer the question: “What does the Bible say?”
In this highly anticipated follow-up to the enormously successful Seven Men, New York Times bestselling author Eric Metaxas gives us seven captivating portraits of some of the greatest women who ever lived, each of whom changed the course of history by following God’s call upon their lives—now in paperback.
Each of the world-changing figures who stride across these pages—Joan of Arc, Susanna Wesley, Hannah More, Sister Maria of Paris, Corrie ten Boom, Rosa Parks, and Mother Teresa—is an exemplary model of true womanhood. Learn integrity and courage from the stories of heroines like
Teenaged Joan of Arc, who followed God’s call and liberated her country, dying a heroic martyr’s death;
Susanna Wesley, who had nineteen children and gave the world its most significant evangelist and its greatest hymn writer, her sons John and Charles;
The Stations of the Cross became a Christian devotional Prayer practice in the thirteenth century. This collection of image and text highlights new perspectives on an ancient meditation.Mary Jane Miller has expanded this prayer style and walking meditation for reflections on our lives today. She writes the text and painted the icon collection to be used metaphorically to journey with Jesus Christ from his trial to his entombment.
The participants use the Stations of the Cross to meditate on the Christs journey with his final surrender and release. The story of Jesus Christ’s final sufferings reveal themselves like a passion play as we walk with Him to Mount Calvary. Sacred Art is more than biblical story telling. They are a visual exercise in understanding injustice and strength seen from the point of the victim as well as the onlooker.
These 15 Stations of the Cross were designed to help navigate through a prescribed set of messages and motif to understand better how we humans fit into Christ’s message of love. Three times he meets the Women, three times he falls and is only helped once. He is stripped of his dignity yet is resurrected into light and loving energy. The hope is to understand the ritual practice, which is no longer limited to only church, but speaks of our human capacity to go beyond suffering.
Feast on Something Bigger than a Fad
This six-session video-based small group study from Rick Warren (guide sold separately), Dr. Daniel Amen, and Dr. Mark Hyman is centered on five essentials that will launch your journey to health: faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends.
With support from medical and fitness experts, Pastor Rick Warren and thousands of people from his congregation started on a journey to transform their own lives. It’s called The Daniel Plan and it works for on simple reason: God designed your body to be healthy and He provided everything you need to thrive and live an abundant life.
This small group study is a vital component of The Daniel Plan because it emphasizes the powerful community component of the program. As Dr. Mark Hyman says, “community is the cure” for healthy living.
The Daniel Plan small group study teaches simple ways to incorporate healthy choices into your daily lifestyle. This study guide includes biblical inspiration from Pastor Rick, instruction from our doctors and wellness experts, practical food and fitness tips, and much more.
Practical advice and hopeful encouragement for the tough yet rewarding transition to parenting grown kids.
If you have an adult child, you know that parenting doesn’t stop when a child reaches the age of eighteen. In many ways, it gets more complicated. Both your heart and your head are as involved as ever, whether your child lives under your roof or rarely stays in contact.
In Doing Life with Your Adult Children, parenting expert Jim Burns helps you navigate one of the richest and most challenging seasons of parenting. Speaking from his own personal and professional experience, Burns offers practical answers to questions such as these:
Is it OK to give advice to my grown child?
What’s the difference between enabling and helping?
What boundaries should I have if my child moves back home?
What do I do when my child doesn’t seem to be maturing into adulthood?
How do I relate to my grown child’s significant other?
What does it mean to have healthy financial boundaries?
How can I support my grown children when I don’t support their values?
Including positive principles on bringing kids back to faith, ideas on how to leave a legacy as a grandparent, and encouragement for every changing season, Doing Life with Your Adult Children is a unique book on your changing role in a calling that never ends.
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 3 e-books on discipleship. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.