Pursuing God’s Own Heart (Lessons From the Life of David), Jerry Vines, 2003, 272 pages, $12.99, softcover. A study of David’s life to teach us how to be used of God more and more in our daily walk with Him.
Holman Old Testament Commentary, Volume 4 Joshua, Max Anders and Kenneth O. Gangel, gen. editors, 2003, 400 pages, $19.99, hardcover.
The Smell of Sin (and the Fresh Air of Grace), Don Everts, 2003, 141 pages, $6.00, softcover. The author looks at what it means to live with sin as a day-to-day, deceitful, binding power over our lives and how God’s grace enables us to breathe the fresh air of grace.
Beauty Care for the Eyes, Second Edition, LeRoy Koopman, 2002, 144 pages, $8.99, softcover. Koopman explores some of the ways God, the “Divine Ophthalmologist,” wants to heal problems we have with our spiritual vision.
Discipled Warriors (Growing Healthy Churches That Are Equipped for Spiritual Warfare), Chuck Lawless, 2002, 224 pages, $11.99, softcover. A book born out of the author’s longing to see churches become healthy enough to win the battles of spiritual warfare as they grow.
Planning Your Preaching (a Step-by-Step Guide for Developing a One Year Preaching Calendar), Stephen Nelson Rummage, 2002, 235 pages, $10.99, softcover. A resource that offers a field-tested, easily-adaptable method for developing a comprehensive preaching ministry.
Preach for a Year #6, Roger Campbell, 2003, 225 pages, $12.99, softcover. 104 sermon outlines. Two complete outlines for every Sunday of the year.
Seven Signs of the End Times, Mark Hitchcock, 2002, 105 pages, $7.99, softcover. The fifth book in the End Times Answers series.
What the Spirit Is Saying to the Churches, Henry Blackaby, 2003, 96 pages, $9.99, softcover. Blackaby explains to readers how to be sensitive, individually and as a church body, to the voice of the Spirit.
What Every Pastor Should Know About Sunday School, Elmer L. Towns & Stan Toler, 2003, 96 pages, $8.99, softcover. Towns and Toler show you how Sunday school can become a cornerstone of discipleship and an energizing force for individual and church-wide growth.
Ordering Your Private World, Gordon MacDonald, 2003, 233 pages, $19.99, hardcover. MacDonald shares what he learned to be the difference between being driven and being called in one’s ministry.