By James Crossen
By Todd Clevenger
A compelling tale that strikes from Detroit to
Denver, New Orleans to Ecuador and, eventually, Africa. it's going to tug in your middle and fill you with pleasure. trip with Todd as he learns to reside through religion and serve others by way of following God's excellent plan.
"The factor that draws humans to Todd is his love for all times and how that he desires. he'll say, 'If we serve a God that actually created the universe, then why cannot we...' it is having that love for all times and having the ability to dream great that's serious and rare." -Justin Culver, CEO, Burtech Corporation.
By Mirabai (Ed.) Starr,Mirabai Starr
Some name Hildegard of Bingen the unique "rebel nun"—a lady of attractive visionary presents who rose above the limitations of her time to form the future of Christianity. In Hildegard of Bingen, you're invited to come across this awesome lady, who dared to talk out with such power and function that even the twelfth-century Church needed to appreciate her divinely encouraged knowledge. via her writings, musical and lyrical compositions, and compassionate bravery, Hildegard invitations you at the present time to a spot of stillness the place you could basically listen the internal knowledge that's your birthright.
Hildegard's lifestyles provides us a blueprint for taking cost of our personal non secular lives. From her exceptional and iconoclastic writings at the religious journey,women's health and wellbeing, and natural medication to her braveness in urging international rulers to settle on peace over warfare, this enduring heroine shines around the centuries for instance of ways to reside fearlessly our personal unlimited radiance.
By James M. Kittelson,Hans H. Wiersma
For approximately thirty years, James M. Kittelson’s Luther the Reformer has been the traditional biography of Martin Luther. Like Roland Bainton’s biography of the new release prior to, Kittelson’s quantity is the single identified through hundreds of thousands of scholars, pastors, and readers because the biography that gave them the main points of this dramatic guy and his history.
The accolades have been good deserved. reasonable, insightful, and exact with out being overwhelming, Kittelson used to be in a position to negotiate a “middle method” among the various instructions of old study and current a extra whole chronological photograph of Luther than many had but portrayed.
For this revised variation, Hans H. Wiersma has made a great textual content even larger. The study is up to date, and the textual content is revised all through, with an emphasis on conserving the tone and velocity of the unique. also, the amount has a completely new map and picture software, up-to-date bibliographies, superior timelines, and different gains to augment the examining experience.
It’s an excellent quantity, vastly improved.
By Herbert E. Douglass
God known as a seventeen-year-old woman, frail and sick, to proclaim His note and advisor His humans. For the following seventy years Ellen White served because the Lord's messenger--writing, preaching, counseling, touring, caution, and encouraging--as she faithfully brought the communications God gave her for His church and the world.
How did her roles as spouse, mom, neighbor, soul winner, and public character have an effect on her prophetic function?
What is the connection among her writings and the Bible? How should still we take heed to her writings this day? Are they nonetheless proper? What was once the impression of her ministry at the improvement of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its doctrines?
Messenger of the Lord is a clean and attractive quantity written either should you are thankful for what Ellen White’s contributions have introduced and in the event you need to know extra approximately her. people with unresolved questions on her lengthy ministry will benefit from the candid dialogue of concerns which have been raised in recent times approximately her declare to be God’s messenger.
By Eugenio Alburquerque Frutos
By Kerry Walters
By Vin Baker,Joe Layden
An extraordinary memoir of redemption—the relocating tale of a former most sensible NBA participant who miraculously rebounded from a huge fall due to labor and his deep, transformative faith.
Sixteen years in the past, Vin Baker was once an NBA All-Star, an Olympic Gold medalist, and a multimillionaire. whereas he excelled at the court docket, Vin harbored a depressing mystery: a dependency on medicines and alcohol that started after the clean-cut preacher’s son grew to become seasoned. ultimately changing into a full-blown but practical alcoholic, Vin confident himself he performed larger less than the influence—until his dependancy fee him his basketball occupation, his fortune, and his health and wellbeing.
But Vin’s tale isn’t a sad fall from grace. it's a joyous story of salvation. For Vin, hitting all-time low was once a tough but transformative adventure that led him to resume his dating with God and embody existence in a wealthy and pleasant new approach. this present day the chief of a Starbucks and a early life minister, Vin has discovered extra safeguard and happiness in his traditional operating existence than in all his years within the glamorous global basketball.
God and Starbucks is a smart and unflinching examine the genuine risks of habit and the significance of taking cost of your existence with which means and goal. It’s a strong memoir approximately attaining the head and starting back from the bottom—an inspiring own story of humility and charm that reminds us what's actually vital in our lives.
By Abby Johnson,Kristin Detrow
This booklet narrates the harrowing and life-changing stories of former abortion health center staff, together with these of the writer, who as soon as directed abortion providers at a wide deliberate Parenthood health center in Texas. those participants, whose names were replaced to guard their identities, left their jobs within the abortion after experiencing a transformation of center. they've got come ahead with their tales, now not for status or notoriety, yet to make clear the truth of abortion. they wish their tales to alter the lives of others for the better.
These tales are tricky to learn, simply because an abortion is an act of violence, harming not just the most obvious victim—the unborn child—but additionally the mummy, the daddy, the surgeon, and everybody else concerned. yet those tales additionally provide desire, for they exhibit that any one, it doesn't matter what half the individual has performed in an abortion, can commence anew, could make amends for previous errors. They display that step one on that trip is telling the reality, as those brave participants do in those pages.
"Those people that experience labored within the abortion all reside with a relentless burden. we will not enable our burden slide off of our shoulders; it really is what retains us on fireplace. It reminds us of why we struggle so demanding. we've seen demise and evil in a manner that the majority haven't—and we participated. yet we're forgiven. He who has been forgiven a lot, loves a lot. And we adore much. i'm eagerly anticipating the day after we can name all abortionists and medical institution staff former and repentant abortion providers."
— Abby Johnson, author