Recent Releases

Broadman & Holman Publishers

The New American Commentary, an Exegetical and Theological Exposition of Holy Scripture, Volume 1B Genesis 11:27–50:26 NIV, Kenneth A. Mathews, 2005, 960 pages, $32.99, hardcover.

InterVarsity Press

Talking About Good and Bad Without Getting Ugly, Paul Chamberlain, 2005, 126 pages, $11.00, softcover. Chamberlain leads us through the maze of obstacles we often encounter when trying to discuss moral matters.

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Like Your Neighbor? Doing Everyday Evangelism on Common Ground, Stephen W. Sorenson, 2005, 160 pages, $13.00, softcover. The writer describes the stereotypes Christians have about non-Christians, and vice-versa, and shows how to break them down and widen your circle of influence.

Kregel Publications

Elders in Congregational Life: Rediscovering the Biblical Model for Church Leadership, Phil A. Newton, 2005, 176 pages, $12.99, softcover. Explores the history of elders in Baptist churches, explains why elders are necessary, and how a church can transition to elder leadership.

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Daniel: an Ironside Expository Commentary, H. A. Ironside, 2005, 143 pages, $18.99, hardcover. Reprint of the 1920 edition on Daniel in the Ironside Commentary Series.

R&R Publishing

Down, but Not Out: How to Get Up When Life Knocks You Down, Wayne A. Mack, 2005, 253 pages, $12.99, softcover. Written to help people handle some of the problems that could be classified as downers.

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Robert Lewis Dabney: a Southern Presbyterian Life, Sean Michael Lucas, 2005, 295 pages, $24.99, hardcover. First volume in the American Reformed Biography series.

Regal Books

Inside Our Worship, Matt Redman, 2005, 190 pages, $12.99, hardcover. Takes readers on a journey to discover worship that begins on the inside and finds expression in everything they do.

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The Worship God Is Seeking, David Ruis, 2005, 144 pages, $12.99, hardcover. An eye-opening perspective on using Jesus as our model of a worshiper and rediscovering King- and Kingdom-centered worship.

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For the Audience of One, Mike Pilavachi, 2005, 144 pages, $12.99, hardcover. A reminder that worship is not something we do for ourselves, but rather a daily commitment to honor God.

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Free: Connecting With Jesus, the Source of True Freedom, Neil T. Anderson and Dave Park, 2005, 272 pages, $12.99, softcover. Forty daily readings encouraging believers to make a stronger connection with God by understanding the radical love that He has for them.

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Changing the World Through Kindness, Steve Sjogren, 2005, 224 pages, $16.99, hardcover. Shows that the kindness already residing in Christians is a powerful tool for changing the spiritual state in their family, city, and their world.

Sword of the Lord Publishers

Never Quit: 1000 Sources of Strength from God's Word, Lindsay Terry, 2005, 166 pages, $6.95, softcover. Dr. Terry has gathered God's firm promises on over eighty topics and brought them together for instant reference.

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Get a Grip, 1000 Ways for a Teen to Hold on, Lindsay and Marilyn Terry, 2005, 164 pages, $6.95, softcover. The wisdom of God's Word dealing with over eighty topics faced by today's teens.

W Publishing Group

Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger, Ronald J. Sider, 2005, 335 pages, $15.99, softcover. Insight into applying a biblical worldview to the creation, acquisition, and use of wealth.

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So, Your Want to Be Like Christ? Charles R. Swindoll, 2005, 192 pages, $22.99, hardcover. Outlines eight essential disciplines required to move Christians toward the goal of becoming more like Christ.

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