The Ten Commandments, Rick Shepherd, 2005, 224 pages, $12.97, softcover. Latest release in the Following God Christian Living Series.
People My Teachers, John Stott, 2005, 144 pages, $19.99, hardcover. In Stott's lightning tour of the world, we make sixteen stops and meet seventeen people, all of whom have been either committed followers of Jesus Christ or have come under His influence and inspiration.
Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Lane Burgland, 2005, 84 pages, $6.99, softcover. This study is the second in a three-part series on the Fruit of the Spirit.
The Uttermost Part of the Earth: a Guide to Places in the Bible, Richard R. Losch, 2005, 272 pages, $16.00, softcover. Takes the reader to every major geographical region, empire, city, and town mentioned in the Bible, and explores its history, culture, and people and the role it played in biblical events.
The Prayer God Longs for, James Emery White, 2005, 124 pages, $12.00, hardcover. The author guides us through the Lord's Prayer in search of what God longs for in His relationship with each of us.
God in the Flesh, Don Everts, 2005, 175 pages, $16.00, hardcover. What speechless lawyers, kneeling soldiers, and shocked crowds teach us about Jesus.
Perfecting Ourselves to Death, Richard Winter, 2005, 205 pages, $16.00, softcover. The "perfect" book for those who struggle with perfectionism and for those pastors, counselors, and friends who want to understand and help perfectionists.
A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to Old Age: Life Changes After 50, Stanley C. Baldwin, 2005, 112 pages, $10.00, softcover. Eight challenges which people face as they age are addressed, and the author gives solid practical advice on dealing with them.
Between Pacifism and Jihad: Just War and Christian Tradition, J. Daryl Charles, 2005, 197 pages, $16.00, softcover. The author explores the history of the just-war Christian tradition and applies it to our world today.
The Passion and the Cross: Why Did Jesus Have to Die? Martin Robinson, 2005, 159 pages, $10.99, softcover. A contemporary look at the passion of Christ and why it remains the pivotal event in all of human history.
The Least Likely, Kevin Desmond, 2005, 172 pages, $10.99, softcover. Uses short accounts of real lives and events to illustrate that God often chooses the least likely people and things to instigate immense change.
The MacArthur Bible Commentary, John MacArthur, 2005, 2040 pages, $39.99, hardcover. A complete Bible commentary in one volume that treats every passage of the Old and New Testaments phrase by phrase.
Sexual Healing, David Kyle Foster, 2005, 272 pages, $19.99, hardcover. This is written for those who seek freedom from sexual sin and healing of sexual brokenness.
The Last Days of the Longest War, William M. Curtis, III, 2005, 154 pages, $13.99, softcover. Offers a concise look at world history, combined with insight into why the world continually experiences war.