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Sons of Isaac, The

You will live the grand story of the descendants of Abraham in this capstone of the Roberta Kells Dorr biblical fiction series. This work is a new, unpublished title, of Abraham's descendants featuring Isaac's sons, Jacob and Esau, told with the same critical eye and careful study Dorr is known for.

Rise and Shine

Shannon Malone thought she'd found her happy ending when she married Edmund Ridgeway, but a diving accident on their honeymoon left her in a coma. Waking up to the news that she's thirty years old would have been daunting enough . . . but she also learns that Edmund has lost his interim battle with cancer and the world has marched on without her.

On Preaching

If you are a pastor, you know the importance of preaching. You have spent time learning and refining the art of oration because it is vital to the life of God's people - including the person doing the preaching.

Go Tell It

Great stories are happening everywhere in the mission field and around the world. Sometimes these stories hit their mark, but more often than not these stories of God at work often stay hidden, are told ineffectively, or miss their audience completely.

Christ in the Sabbath

What does the Sabbath mean to you? Christ in the Sabbath will take you on a "Sabbath tour" of the Bible. You'll explore the themes of Shabbat (Hebrew for Sabbath) and rest in both Old and New Testament and then discover what it has meant to Jews and Christians for centuries. Rabbinical comments and a variety of traditions provide clarity and credibility to the study of Sabbath.
 

Turning, The

The message was unexpected but instantly recognizable. 
A voice resonated from a distance and somehow from within.  Against all earthly logic, it carried a divine command.  And five very different people knew they were summoned to obey.

Letters to a Birmingham Jail

On April 16th, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter from a Birmingham Jail was published and soon became the manifesto of the civil rights movement. Dr. King did not pick up his pen and react to hate filled racists. Instead, he found any scrap of paper that he could write on and responded to the passive pleas of white clergy, "Isn't there another way around this, a more subtle and patient way? Can't you just wait, Dr.

Acts of God

"Why God? Why did you let this happen? Why do you allow so much pain?" Be it a job loss, illness, or loss of a spouse or child, these are questions we've all had. It's as much a cry as a question; a wound; a shout of betrayal of all the rules of life and fairness as you knew them.

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