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  • This Ordinary Adventure

    This Ordinary Adventure

    Settling Down Without Settling

    by Christine Jeske and Adam Jeske

    Join Adam and Christine Jeske as they mine their experience, from riding motorcycles in Africa to dicing celery in Wisconsin, in search of a God who is always present and who is charging every moment with potential. You'll discover the amazing things God is doing in the shadows of even the most ordinary day.

  • Daughters of Hope

    Daughters of Hope

    Stories of Witness Courage in the Face of Persecution

    by Kay Marshall Strom and Michele Rickett

    Kay Marshall Strom and Michele Rickett tell the stories of persecuted Christian women from around the world. They also provide specific prayer points and practical action steps to equip us to respond.

  • The IVP Atlas of Bible History

    The IVP Atlas of Bible History

    by Paul Lawrence
    Consulting Editor John H. Walton, A. R. Millard, and Heinrich Von Siebenthal

    Paul Lawrence takes a narrative approach in presenting this atlas, a rich resource of Bible history, geography and archaeology. The atlas traces the main events in the Old and New Testaments from Abraham to Paul. The text includes relief maps, photos, panoramic illustrations, site plans and battle plans.

  • Leading Across Cultures

    Leading Across Cultures

    Effective Ministry and Mission in the Global Church

    by James E. Plueddemann

    Missiologist James E. Plueddemann presents a roadmap for crosscultural leadership development in the global church. With keen understanding of current research on cultural dynamics, he integrates theology with leadership theory to apply biblical insights to practical issues in world mission.

  • Western Christians in Global Mission

    Western Christians in Global Mission

    What's the Role of the North American Church?

    by Paul Borthwick
    Foreword by Femi B. Adeleye

    Missions specialist Paul Borthwick brings an urgent report on how the Western church can best continue in global mission. Providing current analysis of the state of the world and Majority World opinion, Borthwick offers concrete advice for North American churches who are ready to pursue genuine partnership with their non-Western counterparts.

  • Some writers write because they want to stay popular or current with the latest trends; A. D. Thomason writes from a prophetic burden and a message of hope and empathy for those who are struggling with their black identity. He has seen too many people who continue to carry pain and anguish from surviving as a black man or woman in our country, and he wants for them to experience freedom from these mental and physical burdens and stresses. And he has borne those burdens himself, from surviving as a black boy in the streets of Detroit to experiencing rejection due to the color of his skin. He tells all these stories and more, including performing several of his spoken-word poems, in this wide-ranging and compelling conversation.

  • Visions of Vocation

    Visions of Vocation

    Common Grace for the Common Good

    by Steven Garber

    Vocation is more than a job. It is our relationships and responsibilities woven into the work of God. In following our calling to seek the welfare of our world, we find that it flourishes and so do we. Garber offers here a book for parents, artists, students, public servants and business people—for all who want to discover the virtue of vocation.