90 Days in John 14-17, Romans, and James

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“This book is not an end in itself. It is a means of accessing the treasures of a far greater book. Its words are valuable only to the extent that they help you to enjoy the infinite value of words that are perfectly true, gloriously beautiful, and utterly wonderful

Zeal Without Burnout

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Pastoral burnout is a real problem. The statistics are alarming. In the U.S., it is estimated that 1,500 people leave the pastoral ministry each month due to burnout, conflict or moral failure (16). 1/3 of pastors say they feel burned out within the first 5 years of starting ministry (16). Only

Bible Studies on Mark

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“It is critically important for us to keep our eyes fixed on Jesus. One of the best ways to do so is to spend some time in the Gospels.” So begins William Boekestein’s new book, Bible Studies on Mark. He is right indeed. As he says elsewhere in the introduction,

GIVEAWAY — The Radical Book for Kids

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One thing that I love to be able to do is give great books away. And maybe you love to get free books. If so, today may be your lucky day! Thanks to New Growth Press, I have one copy of Champ Thornton’s The Radical Book for Kids to give

The Radical Book for Kids

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Parents are given an incredible task in discipling and shepherding their children — a task that I do not take lightly. Truth be told, it’s a task that brings fear and trepidation to my soul. The idea that this little boy is entrusted to my care, not only for his

Martin Luther — Christian Biographies for Young Readers

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Martin Luther is a household name for many Christian families, especially those of the Protestant or Reformed tradition. However, some know little more about Luther than that he was in some way responsible for the Reformation, that he nailed some things to some door, or that he stood up

Tying The Knot

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Pre-marriage counseling is something that every Christian couple should seek as they approach their big day. In fact, it is often a requirement of the pastor marrying the couple that they go through some sort of counseling. Finances, communication, family relations, and other topics are often discussed in these

Unparalleled

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“What would you say the message of Christianity is?” It’s a question that you may have never been asked. And it’s a question that, if you’re honest, you may not be ready to answer. In the day and age we live in, where religious plurality and inclusivity abounds, we as

GIVEAWAY — Wise Up

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Marty Machowski’s new book, Wise Up: 10-Minute Family Devotions in Proverbs is an excellent new resource for parents to use in leading their family devotional times. If you would like to read my review of this great new book, CLICK HERE Thanks to New Growth Press, we have 2 copies to

Wise Up

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Proverbs is one of the most popular books in the Bible, probably right there with the book of Psalms. Who doesn’t want to be wise, right? Wise people know what to say, when to say it, and when to say nothing. They know what it means to be honest, kind,