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Andy Le Peau and Linda Doll provide an anecdotal history of InterVarsity Press.
Edited by Scott J. Hafemann, this comprehensive text addresses the state of the discipline of biblical theology, analyzes the history and future of methodological issues, tackles specific problems in the separate disciplines of Old and New Testament theology, and outlines a way forward.
The Gospel of Mark is a fast-paced narrative that seems to be designed to push the reader into a dramatic confrontation with the person and power of Jesus. The individual sessions in this study guide by Christopher R. Smith follow the natural divisions of Mark's text to help us see this great apologetic masterpiece for what it is.
The Bible is full of images of God caring for his creation in all its complexity. Yet experts warn us that a so-called perfect storm of factors threatens the future of life on earth. The authors assess the evidence for climate change and other threats that our planet faces in the coming decades while pointing to the hope God offers the world and the people he made.
Thousands of people start each day with a shot of Coffee with Jesus, the enormously popular online comic strip. Irreverent at times, yet always insightful, this volume features classic entries and all new, exclusive material, twelve-panel megastrips and "behind the strip" reflections on life, faith and art.
Kim Engelmann was bored with her small group, but wondered, is it small groups that are the problem or the way we do small groups? In this book she shares her answers, offering a new format for groups that gives authentic spiritual community a chance. She challenges the compartmentalization of Bible study, prayer and even fun (only laugh during icebreaker time!), and offers creative, practical suggestions that can serve to integrate these aspects into an experiential framework. A must-read for anyone who leads or participates in a small group!
Kent Annan left behind his prosperous, comfortable upbringing to face the world beyond its gates in Haiti, where people wear his cast-off clothing and seek comfort from the heat in the long shadow of his homeland. Read Following Jesus Through the Eye of the Needle and you'll get a fresh sense of what it means to love God and love our neighbor when love makes you uncomfortable and even requires vulnerability; to see what happens when God stretches you beyond your borders into his kingdom.
Sociologist and author Lisa McMinn and Megan Anna Neff invite you to rediscover, through new eyes, the beauty and goodness of our earth, and to make faithful choices that will help it prosper. Each chapter uniquely begins with a prelude by Megan Anna that highlights an African perspective or practice, and Lisa's fluid, passionate writing then offers both the truth about the state of the earth and inspiration to get back to shalom--a peace that allows all things to thrive.
Tim Stafford identifies thirteen core Christian values like truthfulness, contentment, hard work, joy, rest, forgiveness and putting God first. Then he shows you how to build those values into your children in a way that fits who God made your family to be--unique and different from every other family.
This is a journey of the mind as well as the heart as Michael uncovers for us the false views of God that were causing him to wander and leads us to the true God of the Bible who is waiting with open arms. Unlost is a fresh, narrative view of the gospel story illustrated from the author's life and experience.