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What Love Is
Series/Author: Kelly
$4.50

Paperback Kelly Minter The Letters of 1, 2, 3 John Bible Study Religion The letters of 1, 2, & 3 John were written to encourage followers of Jesus to remain faithful to the truth. Believers are challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. This study reveals not only the heart of John but also the heart of Jesus. Features: • 6 weeks of personal study material • Great addition to The Living Room Series that includes recipes and a relational approach Learn More

Idol Lies
Series/Author: Dee
$4.95

Paperback Dee Brestin Bible Study Religion Read the Amazon reviews and you'll discover why women are saying: \"This is the study to do in your small group!\" Women are being delivered from Anxiety Overeating Anger and more... Learn More

A Modern Girls Guide To
Series/Author: Jen
$3.25

Paperback Jen Hatmaker (Goodreads Author) A Modern Girls' Guide to Bible Study: A Refreshingly Unique Look at God's Word Bible Study Religion Written specifically for today's busy women, this book offers user-friendly advice on how to get the most from personal Bible study time. Transform the academic nature of Bible study into a fresh, simple format that will radically change the way you interact with Scripture forever. This great leader's resource can be used with the Modern Girl's Bible Study series or as a tool for discipleship ministry Learn More

Follow Me
Series/Author: David
$4.50

Paperback Follow Me: Bible Study by David Platt (Goodreads Author) When Jesus says, \"Follow Me,\" it's not an invitation to say a prayer, it's a summons to lose our lives. In this much-anticipated follow-up to Radical, Pastor David Platt challenges the traditions of cultural Christianity and reintroduces us to Jesus and His most simple request: Follow Me. Features: -6 group sessions, - 6 weeks of personal Bible study Learn More

Whos Who In The Bible
Series/Author: Paul
$10.00

Hardcover Paul Gardner The Complete Who's Who in the Bible Bible Study Reference The Complete Who's Who in the Bible is an exhaustive ready reference of every person named in the Bible, from Aaron to Zurishaddai. Entries range from one-line biblical references for minor characters to full-length articles that address the theological significance of over forty major figures. Learn More

Dealing With Difficult Pe
Series/Author: Max
$2.25

Hardcover includes audio messages on CD Dealing with Difficult People (Max on Life) by Max Lucado (Goodreads Author) Sit down with Max Lucado to gain great insights and strategies on improving relationships with difficult people! Learn More

Telling The Old Testament
Series/Author: Brad
$6.50

Paperback - Like New Telling the Old Testament Story: God's Mission and God's People by Brad E. Kelle While honoring the historical context and literary diversity of the Old Testament, Telling the Old Testament Story is a thematic reading that construes the OT as a complex but coherent narrative. Unlike standard, introductory textbooks that only cover basic background and interpretive issues for each Old Testament book, this introduction combines a thematic approach with careful exegetical attention to representative biblical texts, ultimately telling the macro-level story, while drawing out the multiple nuances present within different texts and traditions. The book works from the Protestant canonical arrangement of the Old Testament, which understands the story of the Old Testament as the story of God and God's relationship with all creation in love and redemption--a story that joins the New Testament to the Old. Within this broader story, the Old Testament presents the specific story of God and God's relationship with Israel as the people called, created, and formed to be God's covenant partner and instrument within creation. The Old Testament begins by introducing God's mission in Genesis. The story opens with the portrait of God's good, intended creation of right-relationships (Gen 1--2) and the subsequent distortion of that good creation as a result of humanity's rebellion (Gen 3--11). Genesis 12 and following introduce God's commitment to restore creation back to the right-relationships and divine intentions with which it began. Coming out of God's new covenant engagement with creation in Gen 9, this divine purpose begins with the calling of a people (who turn out to be the manifold descendants of Abraham and Sarah) to be God's instrument of blessing for all creation and thus to reverse the curse brought on by sin. The diverse traditions that comprise the remainder of the Pentateuch then combine to portray the creation and formation of Israel as a people prepared to be God's instrument of restoration and blessing. As the subsequent Old Testament books portray Israel's life in the land and journey into and out of exile, the reader encounters complex perspectives on Israel's attempts to understand who God is, who they are as God's people, and how, therefore, they ought to live out their identity as God's people within God's mission in the world. The final prophetic books that conclude the Protestant Old Testament ultimately give the story of God's mission and people an open-ended quality, suggesting that God's mission for God's people continues and leading Christian readers to consider the New Testament's story of the Church as an extension and expansion of the broader story of God introduced in the Old Testament. The main methodological perspective that informs the book includes work on the phenomenological function of narrative (especially story's function to shape the identity and practice of the reader), as well as more recent so-called \"missional\" approaches to reading Christian scripture. Canonical criticism provides the primary means for relating the distinctive voices within the Old Testament texts that still honor the particularity and diversity of the discrete compositions. Accessibly written, this book invites readers to enter imaginatively into the biblical story and find the Old Testament's lively and enduring implications. Learn More

Romans
Series/Author: NavPress
$2.95

Paperback - Good Romans (Lifechange) by The Navigators (Creator) In Romans, the Apostle Paul unfolds God’s way to righteousness--how we can be reconciled to God and transformed into the people He means us to be. Sin, salvation, grace, death, and resurrection--no other biblical book illumines so many classic, life-changing truths. This Bible study on the book of Romans will help you understand the book's historical context, purpose, structure, and meaning and apply its powerful, relevant wisdom to your needs and issues. • Personal study between meetings • 20 sessions • Includes study aids and discussion questions Learn More

By This Name
Series/Author: John
$3.95

Paperback - Great By This Name: Is there more to life than one can see? by John R. Cross Life is full of mystery. Is it possible that there is order in the midst of chaos? Are there solutions to everyday problems? Can there be meaning or purpose in life? Is it possible to know why we are here and where we are going? Why is there so much suffering and death? Is there life after death? Can we be enlightened here and now? Am I destined to lose all identity—to become part of a great nothingness? Is it true that there are no answers? There is an ancient book that discusses the many questions in life. It is called, “The Holy Bible.” But are the answers found within its pages trustworthy? To decide for yourself, you need to know what it really says. By this Name peels the religion off this sacred book and lets the ancient story speak for itself. In the process, a message of hope snaps into focus. It is a must read. “I understood things I never understood before. It was like a puzzle coming together. It made sense.” John R. Cross writes from knowledge gained in a life-long study of the Bible. He has extensive experience traveling and living abroad. John and his family are from Canada. Learn More

Crudens Compact
Series/Author: Alexander
$4.00

Paperback - Great Cruden's Compact Concordance by Alexander Cruden For over 250 years, Cruden’s Complete Concordance has been a standard tool for serious study of the Bible. This compact edition with its straightforward, uncluttered style offers the most accurate, comprehensive, and readable rendering of Alexander Cruden’s master work, letting readers select from over 220,000 Scripture references to locate the exact words, topics, verses, and passages they are looking for. Learn More