New Testament on Audio CD-ESV, 2007, $29.99.
Perplexing Proverbs, Susanne Scheppmann, 2007, 194 pages, $14.99, softcover. Following God Series for Women.
Comeback Churches: How 300 Churches Turned Around and Yours Can,Too, Ed Stetzer and Mike Dodson, 2007, 224 pages, $17.99, harcover. A book of practical advice from more than 300 churches, to challenge churches to accomplish all that God has envisioned for them.
Getting Your Feet Dirty: a Down-to-Earth Look at Following Jesus, Don Everts, 2007, 132 pages, $7.00, softcover. The promises you see Peter proclaim over the crowd in Jerusalem two thousand years ago are the very promises Jesus proclaims over you.
Romans: The Road to Righteousness, Kenneth R. Terry, 2007, 294 pages, $21.95, softcover. The author lays out an in-depth study of Romans in the form of a 110-day devotional journey. The book explores Paul's themes of election, salvation, depravity, righteousness, etc., in a format designed for meditation and understanding.
A Life Surrendered, June Kimmel, 2007, 97 pages, $6.95, softcover. Kimmel presents a Bible study examining the nature of surrendering ourselves and allowing Christ to live through us. Ideal for women's Sunday school classes or study groups.
Ironside Expository Commentary Series: 2007, Proverbs and Song of Solomon, $24.99; John, $28.99; Acts, $24.99; Ephesians, $19,99; Romans and Galatians, $21.99; 1 and 2 Corinthians, $29.99. The newest releases in the classic commentary series from H. A. Ironside.
Exploring People of the New Testament, 2007, 430 pages, $26.99, hardcover. Newest release in the John Phillips Bible Character Series.
Invitation to Biblical Preaching: Proclaiming Truth with Clarity and Relevance, Donald R. Sunukjian, 2007, 375 pages, $29.99, hardcover. Latest release in the Invitation to Theological Studies Series.
Jesus Our Lord: 24 Portraits of Christ Throughout Scripture, John Phillips, 2007, 299 pages, $16.99, softcover. A companion volume to Phillips' The View from Mount Calvary, which looks at the Bible's many presentations of Jesus' sacrificial death.
Four View on the Warning Passages in Hebrews, Herbert W. Bateman, IV, 2007, 480 pages, $29.99, softcover. A clear, concise discussion of some of the most difficult passages in all of Scripture.
Preaching With Variety: How to Re-create the Dynamics of Biblical Genres, Jeffrey D. Arthurs, 2007, 238 pages, $15.99, softcover. Readers will learn how to expand their repertoire of creative, interesting, and relevant sermons.
Creating Stories That Connect: a Pastor's Guide to Storytelling, D. Bruce Seymour, 2007, 138 pages, $12.99, softcover. Beginning with an overview of story theory and the six ways stories are used, the writer details how story elements come together to form an effective narrative.
Living Ink Books
The Faith of America's Presidents, Daniel J. Mount, 2007, 481 pages, $24.99, hardcover. A careful examination of each president's religious beliefs and a comparison of those beliefs to the doctrines of biblical Christianity.
Whisker Rubs: Developing the Masculine Identity, Don S. Otis, 2007, $19.99, hardcover. This book is filled with anecdotes, stories, interviews, and studies to bolster the thesis that men desperately want to have a blueprint for their masculine journey.
Protecting Your Teen From Disturbing Behavior, Lee Vukich and Steve Vandergriff, 2007, 130 pages, $12.99, softcover. Helping your teen overcome today's temptations.
Cross Purposes: Discovering the Great Love of God for You, D. James Kennedy & Jerry Newcombe, 2007, 192 pages, $16.99, hardcover. This bold new devotional takes believers on a moving journey to the very core of their religion, revealing the crucifixion from the most significant and unique perspective of them all-God's.
Compassion, Justice and the Christian Life: Rethinking Ministry to the Poor, Robert D. Lupton, 2007, 128 pages, $9.99, softcover. This book provides a fresh look at Christian charity, and takes a new approach to ministering to the urban poor.
The Lord of the Ring: Uncovering the Secret Origins of Praying 24-7, Phil Anderson, 2007, 192 pages, $14.99, softcover. This book takes readers on a fascinating journey back to the eighteenth-century Moravian renewal movement. An important and insightful book for anyone today with a passion for prayer.
God, I Don't Understand: Answers to Difficult Questions of the Christian Faith, Kenneth Boa, 2007, 240 pages, $16.99, hardcover. In his thorough and clear style, Boa attempts to comfort the doubts of Christians by examining some of the "sticking points" of Christianity (such as the sovereignty of God, the resurrection body, the Trinity, and others), with the focus of giving structure to the faith we place in God's revelation of Himself.