• Non-Toxic Masculinity: Recovering Healthy Male Sexuality, By Zachary Wagner

    Non-Toxic Masculinity

    Recovering Healthy Male Sexuality

    by Zachary Wagner

    "Boys will be boys" and purity culture sell the same excuses with a different spin. Can we break the toxic cycle and recover a healthy identity for men? Confronting harmful teaching from the American church that has distorted desire, sex, relationships, and responsibility, Zachary Wagner offers a renewed vision for Christian male sexuality.

  • Ministering to Families in Crisis: The Essential Guide for Nurturing Mental and Emotional Health, Edited byJennifer S. Ripley and James N. Sells and Diane J. Chandler

    Ministering to Families in Crisis

    The Essential Guide for Nurturing Mental and Emotional Health

    Edited by Jennifer S. Ripley, James N. Sells, and Diane J. Chandler

    When people encounter a crisis, they often turn to ministry leaders, who may feel unprepared to guide them. In this tool kit for pastors, Christian leaders with unique expertise provide evidence-based insights and practical suggestions on challenges affecting marriages, children, and teens, equipping ministers to help families find hope.

  • Demystifying Evil: A Biblical and Personal Exploration, By Ingrid Faro

    Demystifying Evil

    A Biblical and Personal Exploration

    by Ingrid Faro
    Foreword by Heather Davediuk Gingrich

    How can we understand God's work in a world permeated with evil? Narrating her own wrestling with evil as well as engaging in biblical and philosophical analysis, biblical scholar Ingrid Faro explores the many dimensions to evil in a way that is soberly honest, biblically engaged, and theologically nuanced.

  • Untangling Critical Race Theory: What Christians Need to Know and Why It Matters, By Ed Uszynski

    Untangling Critical Race Theory

    What Christians Need to Know and Why It Matters

    by Ed Uszynski
    Foreword by Preston Sprinkle and Crawford Loritts

    What is Critical Race Theory, and how should Christians engage it? Ed Uszynski carefully unpacks what critical race theorists seek to accomplish and what Christians can learn from them. In this guide, he carefully explores CRT's roots, context, and tenets, revealing common distortions and providing responsible answers to legitimate concerns.

  • On Getting Out of Bed: The Burden and Gift of Living, By Alan Noble

    On Getting Out of Bed

    The Burden and Gift of Living

    by Alan Noble

    For most people, sorrow, anxiety, and mental illness are everyday experiences. The burden of living comes down to mundane choices that we each must make—like the daily choice to get out of bed. In this deeply personal essay, Alan Noble considers how carrying on amid great suffering is a powerful witness to the goodness of life, and of God.

  • Who Are You, Really?: A Philosopher's Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Persons, By Joshua Rasmussen

    Who Are You, Really?

    A Philosopher's Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Persons

    by Joshua Rasmussen

    What does it mean to be human? Philosopher Joshua Rasmussen offers a step-by-step examination into the fundamental nature and ultimate origin of persons. Using accessible language and clear logic, he argues that understanding what it means to be a person sheds light not only on our own nature but also on the existence of the one who gave us life.

  • Healing Conversations on Race: Four Key Practices from Scripture and Psychology, By Veola Vazquez and Joshua Knabb and Charles Lee-Johnson and Krystal Hays

    Healing Conversations on Race

    Four Key Practices from Scripture and Psychology

    by Veola Vazquez, Joshua Knabb, Charles Lee-Johnson, and Krystal Hays

    Racism complicates our relationships, even when we reject it and seek to walk a better path. In this book, four experts in psychology and social work present a Scripturally-grounded model for building and deepening cross-race relationships. These insights and practices will help Christians grow in Christlikeness and follow his example.

  • Teach Your Children Well: A Step-by-Step Guide for Family Discipleship, By Sarah Cowan Johnson

    Teach Your Children Well

    A Step-by-Step Guide for Family Discipleship

    by Sarah Cowan Johnson

    How do we parent our kids in ways that lead to lasting faith? Sarah Cowan Johnson unpacks how parents can have an active discipleship role in forming their children's faith. Filled with exercises and activities for families to do together, this handbook is an essential resource for discipling children with confidence and creativity.

  • Analog Christian: Cultivating Contentment, Resilience, and Wisdom in the Digital Age, By Jay Y. Kim

    Analog Christian

    Cultivating Contentment, Resilience, and Wisdom in the Digital Age

    by Jay Y. Kim
    Foreword by Dan Kimball

    Today's technologies commodify our attention, keeping us scrolling and swiping at all costs. What's the damage to our souls? Exploring the ways the digital age and its values are affecting Christian discipleship, Jay Kim explores how we can cultivate the contentment, resilience, and wisdom to not only survive but to thrive as we navigate the digital age.

  • Treatment of Childhood Disorders: Evidence-Based Practice in Christian Perspective, By Sarah E. Hall and Kelly S. Flanagan

    Treatment of Childhood Disorders

    Evidence-Based Practice in Christian Perspective

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    by Sarah E. Hall and Kelly S. Flanagan

    Caring for the mental health of children and their families is complex and challenging—and meaningful. Considering a variety of disorders commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents, this unique textbook presents a research-based Christian integration perspective for treating these disorders that combines biblical, theological, and psychological understanding.

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