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The Gray Apostle: Mission of the Messiah is based on the biblical events of Jesus ministry, from birth to his passion and death. The action is pitted between two groups: the occupying Roman forces led by ruthless intelligence officers, and youngsters guided by the mysterious gray apostle. The Roman officer who will be a thorn in the side of Jesus’ ministry is a counterintelligence officer who runs undercover operations to maintain the Pax Romana. He is opposed by another shadowy figure who supports Jesus’ mission, the gray apostle. He guides three young Jewish children (Jonathan, Sapphira, and Ananias) who are drawn to Jesus by different paths, all converging under his leadership. They are trained in intelligence operations and conduct missions behind the scenes in support of Jesus’ mission.
The action tracks the events of Jesus’ life from the youngsters’ perspective. They confront opposition to Jesus from both the Romans and many Jewish leaders. They assist the mission that culminates when Jesus enters Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, Roman intelligence forces seek to monitor and crush Jesus and his followers along the way. They recruit key players (Judas, Caiaphas) and manipulate others (Pilate) to ensure the harsh Roman peace. After the youngsters think they have succeeded in their mission they are horrified by the Crucifixion. It is up to the gray apostle to bring clarity to the shocking event.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
For 450 years, churches throughout the world have been using the Heidelberg Catechism (1563) to instruct God’s people in foundational Christian doctrine. When Elector Frederick III (1515–1576) commissioned the preparation of a manual for instructing the youth and guiding the pastors and teachers of his domain, he could not have imagined the profound effect it would have on future generations of Christians. The most widely used, most influential Reformation catechism, the “Heidelberger” shines forth the blessed truths of the gospel in 129 questions and answers, beginning with the memorable, ever-enduring subject of our “only comfort in life and in death.”
In ‘A Faith Worth Teaching’, edited by Jon Payne and Sebastian Heck, an array of faithful pastor-scholars celebrate the Heidelberg Catechism on its 450th anniversary with a collection of essays on its dynamic history, rich theology, and fruit-bearing practice that will be an encouragement to pastors and laypersons alike.
Kara Tippetts’s story was not a story of disease, although she lost her battle with terminal cancer. It was not a story of saying goodbye, although she was intentional in her time with her husband and four children. Kara’s story was one of seeing God in the hard and in the good. It was one of finding grace in the everyday. And it was one of knowing “God with us” through fierce and beautiful friendship.
In Just Show Up, Kara and her close friend, Jill Lynn Buteyn, write about what friendship looks like in the midst of changing life seasons, loads of laundry, and even cancer. Whether you are eager to be present to someone going through a difficult time or simply want inspiration for pursuing friends in a new way, this eloquent and practical book explores the gift of silence, the art of receiving, and what it means to just show up.
Can the truth about Jesus be uncovered–even without a body or a crime scene? Join cold-case detective and bestselling author J. Warner Wallace as he investigates Jesus using an innovative and unique approach he employs to solve real missing person murder cases.
In Person of Interest, Wallace carefully sifts through the evidence from history alone, without relying on the New Testament. You’ll understand like never before how Jesus, the most significant person in history, changed the world.
In this Ugly Duckling retelling, New York Times bestselling author Melanie Dickerson brilliantly crafts a high-stakes, encouraging tale about a brave young woman, the true meaning of beauty, and the power of love.
Ever since she was a child, Audrey wanted her life to be extraordinary. But as the daughter of a viscount born in late fourteenth-century England, the only thing expected of her was to marry—until an act of malice by her sister, Maris, four years ago damaged her face and her prospects. Though Maris was sent away, twenty-year-old Audrey is still suffering the scars of her sister’s cruelty. When her father announces his plans to marry off his damaged daughter and bring Maris home, Audrey decides to flee in search of her true destiny.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books for women. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.