James & First and Second Peter, William Baker, 2004, 243 pages, $19.99, hardcover. Newly-released volume in the Twenty-First Century Biblical Commentary Series.
The AMG Concise Introduction to the Bible, Howard Vos, 2004, 375 pages, $17.99, hardcover. Uncovers the theme, focus, and the main highlights of every book in the Bible.
Baker Book House
Building Leaders: Blueprints for Developing Leadership at Every Level of Your Church, Aubrey Malphurs and Will Mancini, 2004, 279 pages, $18.99, softcover. Included is a leadership development guide with thought-provoking questions and surveys.
I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, Norman Geisler and Frank Turek, 2004, 256 pages, $13.99, softcover. The writers identify roadblocks to faith that exist in today's pluralistic society.
Fierce Goodbye: Living in the Shadow of Suicide , G. Lloyd and Gwendolyn C. Carr, 2004, 168 pages, $10.99, softcover. A reliable and readable summary of Christian thinking about suicide-useful for pastors, counselors, students, and teachers.
Holman Bible Publishers
Holman Christian Standard Bible, 2004, $14.99, hardcover. An all-new translation from the original biblical languages.
Howard Publishing Company
Max Q: Developing Students of Influence, Andy Stanley and Stuart Hall, 2004, 258 pages, $17.99, hardcover. Youth leaders are introduced to a new realm of youth ministry through this dynamic new plan.
Max Q Student Guide Andy Stanley and Stuart Hall, 2004, 216 pages, $13.99, softcover. How to be influential without being influenced.
Dare 2 B WiseJoe White and Kelli Stuart, 2004, 202 pages, $14.99, softcover. One hundred devotions based on King Solomon's Book of Proverbs.
Idyllic Arbor, Inc.
The Enduring Human Spirit: Thought-provoking Stories on Caring for Our Elders, Charles Tindell, 2004, 224 pages, $16.00, softcover. This book is for people who care about the elderly-teaching us how to keep their spirits alive even under the most difficult circumstances.
Augustine and His World, Andrew Knowles and Pachomios Penkett, 2004, 183 pages, $14.00, softcover. The writers tell the story of Augustine's life and the enormous contribution he made to the church, both of his day and of the future.
Enemies with Smiling Faces, Donald C. Posterski, 2004, 228 pages, $12.00, softcover. This book helps us find strategies for relating to and living among enemies with smiling faces.
The Expansion of Christianity, Timothy Yates, 2004, 185 pages, $14.00, softcover. The fascinating account of how Christianity developed from a persecuted sect to become the largest religion on earth.
Nature Trails and Gospel Tales: Stories of Grace from the Wilds of Mississippi, Ernest Herndon, 2004, 94 pages, $12.00, hardcover. Combines a woodsman's wisdom and fervent faith.
The Suggs Book of Family Tales: Real-Life Stories of Wit and Wisdom, Rob Suggs, 2004, 96 pages, $12.00. Sheds new light on God's precious gift of family.
Pocket Dictionary of North American Denominations, Drew Blankman & Todd Augustine, editors, 2004, 128 pages, $7.00, softcover. A quick reference guide to orthodox and not-so-orthodox church groups in the United States and Canada.
The Rise of Evangelicalism: The Age of Edwards, Whitefield, and the Wesleys, Mark A. Noll, 2004, 320 pages, $23.00, hardcover. The first volume in the series, A History of Evangelicalism: People, Movements and Ideas in the English-Speaking World.
View from the Pew: What Preachers Can Learn from Church Members, Lora-Ellen McKinney, 2004, 144 pages, $13.00, softcover. Offers strategies to help preachers respond to the needs, concerns, and observations of those with a view from the pew.
Kregel Publicationsbr> How to Have a Conversation with God: Prayer that Draws Us Closer to the Father, Don M. Aycock, 2004, 84 pages, $8.99, softcover. A thoughtful and insightful guide to understanding how and why prayer can change your life.
Raising the Bar: Ministry to Youth in the New Millennium, Alvin L. Reid, 2004, 205 pages, $10.99, softcover. An impassioned plea for the church to set a higher standard and reinvent the fundamental ways it has ministered to teens and their families.
The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, Gary R. Habermas and Michael R. Licona, 2004, 352 pages, $18.99, softcover. A powerful book that details "the rest of the story" about the passion of the Christ.
Living Ink Books
Play of the Day: Hard-Hitting Daily Thoughts for Dads, Bryan R. Davis, 2004, 237 pages, $10.99, softcover. Combines football talk with down-to-earth advice to help men become better fathers and husbands.
Human Motivation: from Christian/Biblical Perspectives, Edward Arthur McAsh, 2004, 287 pages, $14.95, softcover. A fascinating and instructive look into our deepest motivations, the book puts forward sound guidelines for meaningful living.
Celebrate Liberty: Famous Patriotic Speeches & Sermons, David Barton, 2003, 249 pages, $10.95, softcover. Recaptures nine of the greatest American orations about the blessing and responsibilities of liberty.
Job: a Man of Heroic Endurance , Charles R. Swindoll, 2004, 371 pages, $22.99, hardcover. This newest Swindoll work on the life of Job is the seventh in the Great Lives series.
The Man in the Mirror: Solving the 24 Problems MenFace, Patrick Morley, 2004, 379 pages $7.99, softcover. Trade the rat race for the rewards of godly manhood.
Devotions for the Man in the Mirror, Patrick Morley, 2004, 247 pages, $10.49, softcover. 57 readings to cultivate a deeper walk with Christ.