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In this dynamic collection of poems, Drew Jackson explores the first eight chapters of Luke's Gospel. These are declarative poems, faithfully proclaiming the gospel story in all its liberative power. Here the gospel is the "fresh words / that speak of / things impossible." This powerful poetry helps us hear the hum of deliverance—against all hope—that's been in the gospel all along.
Celebrate IVP's seventy-fifth anniversary with this limited-edition desk calendar! Each day features an insightful quote or classic image from an IVP book, showcasing the diversity of authors, topics, and genres we've published over the decades. The IVP 2022 Day-to-Day Calendar is a perfect gift for book lovers, IVP fans, and anyone wondering what to read next.
Desire and beauty go hand in hand. But both our craving to be known and our ability to create beauty have been marred by shame and trauma, collapsing our imagination for what God has for us. Weaving together neuroscience and spiritual formation, psychiatrist Curt Thompson presents a powerful picture of what it means to be human.
The gap decade is that sometimes difficult transitional season young adults face in their twenties and early thirties. In this quirky and honest chronicle, Katie Schnack explores the common experiences of these unpredictable years between adolescence and adulthood, sharing how she has discovered a life full of grace and joys that can't be ordered via two-day delivery.
When personal and global events threw Mike Mantel into a dark night of the soul, he embarked on a journey around the world to rediscover God's holistic gospel driven by compassion, justice, and mercy. Embark on your own adventure and open your eyes to the ways God is already at work at home, among neighbors, and to the ends of the earth.