At midlife, our outlook can become blurry. But it's also an opportunity to recalibrate our vision. Drawing on the wisdom of Ecclesiastes, this book offers insight for navigating midlife with fresh clarity and purpose, renewing us for meaningful mission and service. Rediscover who God has called you to be, and see the rest of your life with the clarity of 40/40 vision.
B. J. Oropeza provides solid, Scripture-based answers to 99 commonly asked questions about the spirit world.
In A Better Freedom Michael Card explores the biblical imagery of slavery as a metaphor for Christian discipleship, revealing Christ as the true Lord and Master who sets us free from our own slavery to sin.
In the spirit of the Book of Common Prayer, Art Nelson provides a new collection of public and private prayers for individuals and communities. With prayers for the quiet things of the spirit and prayers for far-reaching global problems, this guide will help you attend to the many seasons and occasions of life that leave us grasping for words.
Kay Marshall Strom brings compassion and practical advice and support to anyone caring for an elderly parent or other adult relative.
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.
Eric L. Johnson (Ph.D., Michigan State University) is a psychologist and associate professor of pastoral theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His books include God Under Fire and Psychology and Christianity: Four Views. He is also a frequent contributor to the Journal of Psychology and Theology. He is the director of the Society for Christian Psychology.
A companion to A Fragile Stone, this study guide offers nine sessions for individuals or groups that highlight how the apostle Peter provides a model for our own transforming relationship with Jesus. (Written by Michael Card with Dale and Sandy Larsen.)
Os Guinness traces the evolution of the American ideal of freedom from the founders to the present, warning that the country's defining experiment is on the verge of failure. Summoning historical evidence on the fate of early democracies, he argues that without a renewed commitment to the task of virtue, America will soon wish away her own freedom.
Stanley C. Baldwin writes this humorous book to help you face--and conquer--the physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of aging.