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Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
“The Wholesome Doctrine of the Gospel” familiarizes readers with one of England’s most influential theologians, William Perkins. In the opening biographical sketch, Andrew S. Ballitch and J. Stephen Yuille give an overview of Pekins’s life, theology, and piety. Then, in thirty-two excerpts, readers learn about the relationship between faith and love from Perkins himself as he explains the foundational “grounds of doctrine to be believed” and “grounds of doctrine to be practiced.” Rather than treating theology as a subject for mere academic debate, Perkins calls for true Christian devotion that moves beyond intellectual assent to heartfelt dedication to Christ.
Noticeably grow your leadership skills day by day over 365 days through this timeless wisdom—comprised from fourteen of New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell’s most popular
The Maxwell Daily Reader draws its unique power from an ageless truth: the heart of leadership is created through actions, put into practice one day at a time. Each person has inborn potential to be a great leader. Each day’s message will equip readers with the inspiration and advice to unlock every bit of leadership potential within.
Easily accessible and highly actionable, this is the very best of John C. Maxwell. And it will bring out the very best of the leader in everyone.
There is so much confusion around the End Times. There are many opinions about what will happen but have you ever looked at what the Bible actually says about the days that are coming? We use scripture to answer common questions like: Will children be raptured? When will the Rapture happen? Who will be left behind? How should I prepare for the times that are ahead of us? We answer these questions and many more with verses that are carefully examined and taken only in the context of the verses around them as well as throughout the rest of the Bible. The Bible explains itself and we carefully examine the Prophets, the Gospels, the Epistles, and Revelation to explain the coming times. This book is a warning to the Church that we are RUNNING OUT OF TIME.
Christianity Today 2021 Book Award Winner (The Church/Pastoral Leadership Award of Merit)
Diary of a Pastor’s Soul tells the story of a fictionalized pastor, embarking on his final year before retirement, who reflects on the experiences and relationships that have formed his vocation and shaped his soul over a lifetime of pastoral ministry.
Drawing on his own experiences, seasoned pastor Craig Barnes invites readers to embrace the life lessons of a pastor who has been formed by his failures and his fleeting moments of glory, but most of all by discovering the holy in the routine but often quirky duties of being a parish pastor.
Through 52 weekly thematic entries, Barnes presents spirituality in narrative form through a collection of interwoven stories about learning to love others with curiosity, amazement, vulnerability, and most of all gratitude for the grace found in flawed lives.
Welcome to the quintessentially quirky town of Goose Creek, Kentucky!
In this exclusive, ebook-only bundle, fans of small-town, cozy fiction meet a colorful cast of characters and join in their day-to-day foibles.
Millie Richardson wants to open a B&B in a rundown Victorian “monstrosity,” as her husband Al points out. Will they succeed in this golden years venture? And will Creek newcomers such as massage therapist Tuesday Love, veterinarian Dr. Susan Jeffries, and handyman Justin Hinkle be run off or welcomed? Join these and other “Creekers” as polydactyl kittens begin appearing all over town, debate rages over the painting of the water tower, Main Street’s fate hangs in the balance, the stakes rise for a Fourth of July baseball game, and even more personal and town-wide drama ensues.
Winner of the Romance Category of the Kipp Book Award
Loving her is a risk he can’t afford . . . and can’t resist.
When acclaimed Bible study author Genevieve Woodward receives an anonymous letter referencing her parents’ past, she returns to her hometown in the Blue Ridge Mountains to chase down her family’s secret. However, it’s Genevieve’s own secret that catches up to her when Sam Turner, owner of a historic farm, uncovers the source of shame she’s worked so hard to hide.
Sam has embraced his sorrow, his isolation, and his identity as an outsider. He’s spent years carving out both career success and peace of mind. The last thing he wants is to rent the cottage on his property to a woman whose struggles stir his worst failure back to life. Yet can he bear to turn her away right when she needs him most?
“Wade launches the Misty River Romance series with this crafty mix of tragedy, intrigue, and romance. . . . Wade’s endearing love story will appeal to readers of Susan May Warren.”–Publishers Weekly