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  • Raise Your Voice

    Raise Your Voice

    Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up

    by Kathy Khang

    It can be hard to speak up when power dynamics keep us silent and marginalized, especially when race, ethnicity, and gender are factors. Activist Kathy Khang roots our voice and identity in the image of God, showing how we can raise our voices for the sake of God's justice. We are created to speak, and we can both speak up for ourselves and speak out on behalf of others.

  • The Old Testament in Seven Sentences

    The Old Testament in Seven Sentences

    A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic

    Introductions in Seven Sentences

    by Christopher J. H. Wright

    It's easy to see the Old Testament as confusing, out of date, or irrelevant. Using seven key sentences drawn straight from the Old Testament, Christopher J. H. Wright fits the pieces together, shows us the coherent whole, and points us toward Jesus. This short survey shows God's faithfulness and love for his people and illuminates how the Old Testament Scriptures prepared for the identity and mission of Jesus.

  • You Found Me

    You Found Me

    New Research on How Unchurched Nones, Millennials, and Irreligious Are Surprisingly Open to Christian Faith

    by Rick Richardson
    Foreword by Ed Stetzer

    New research from the Billy Graham Center Institute shows that unchurched Americans are still remarkably open to faith conversations and the church. Researcher and practitioner Rick Richardson sheds light on the study's findings and shares best practices for how churches are effectively approaching unchurched "nones" and moving them to faith.

  • The Disciple

    The Disciple

    God's Word for Today

    by John Stott
    With Tim Chester

    How can Christians effectively engage today's world while staying true to Scripture? Calling us to listen well to both the Word and the world, John Stott shows how Christianity can preserve its authentic identity and remain relevant to current realities. In this practical book, Stott explores four often-neglected aspects of Christian discipleship in light of Scripture.

  • The Message of Matthew

    The Message of Matthew

    The Kingdom of Heaven

    The Bible Speaks Today Series

    by E. Michael Green

    In this BST volume, Michael Green shows how Matthew's Gospel portrays the power and purpose of Jesus' life and work, which was to bring light to all nations. Now more than ever we need to hear Matthew's record of Jesus as Messiah, Son of God, Son of David, Son of Man, and supremely as God returning to Jerusalem as judge and redeemer.

  • A Credible Witness

    A Credible Witness

    Reflections on Power, Evangelism and Race

    by Brenda Salter McNeil
    Foreword by Tony Campolo

    Brenda Salter McNeil explores what you can learn from Jesus' encounter with the woman at the well. She explains how gender, race and social status can be a barrier to evangelism. Brenda tells her own story of coming to faith, and talks about how she relates to others as a Christian.

  • Finding God in the Shack

    Finding God in the Shack

    Seeking Truth in a Story of Evil and Redemption

    by Roger E. Olson

    Roger Olson delves into many of the significant issues raised by the popular book The Shack, such as forgiving those who have done us great evil, how God acts in the world, how God is three persons in one and what difference this makes to us. While he offers his own criticisms of the book, he largely finds the truth about God in The Shack.

  • God, Stephen Hawking and the Multiverse Published By SPCK

    God, Stephen Hawking and the Multiverse

    What Hawking Said and Why It Matters

    by David Wilkinson and David Hutchings

    Hutchings and Wilkinson explain the key elements of Stephen Hawking's physical and mathematical theories and relate his ideas to traditional Judaeo-Christian concepts of God.

  • Breaking the Mould Published By SPCK

    Breaking the Mould

    Learning to Thrive as a Ministry Mum

    by Jules Middleton

    An invitation into a real, raw and occasionally ridiculous life of being a mom in ministry in the 21st century.

  • Remember Me

    Remember Me

    A Novella about Finding Our Way to the Cross

    by Sharon Garlough Brown

    In this sequel to Shades of Light, Katherine Rhodes finds her own grief tapped by Wren Crawford's struggles with depression and loss. Katherine reflects on the meaning of Christ's suffering and shares her own story of finding hope, while Wren moves forward in her commitment to paint the stations of the cross. Readers are invited into a similar journey of reflection through Katherine's words and Wren's paintings.