Archive for August, 2013

Two New Music CDs and New Concert DVD From Canadian Gospel Songwriter and Singer, Trevor Baker

Aug 12th, 2013 Posted in Excerpts, new releases, PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT | Comments Off on Two New Music CDs and New Concert DVD From Canadian Gospel Songwriter and Singer, Trevor Baker

Trevor BakerTrevor Baker, the Saskatchewan Gospel songwriter and singer who tells it like it is, has just released two new music CDs and a new in-concert DVD.  You can listen to 30 second clips of each song on the CDs. The DVD is a recent concert Trevor did in the United States. Lighthouse Trails is carrying several other CDs and one other DVD from Trevor. We love them all, but we must admit, we especially love the new one titled The Road Less Traveled. Trevor’s music isn’t just any music – Trevor writes songs about the things Lighthouse Trails writes books and articles about: spiritual deception, America’s moral condition, Christian leaders leading in the wrong direction, the emerging church, etc. God is using this humble man to spread a powerful message and warning.



The Road Less Traveled – by Trevor Baker – CD

Click here to listen to 30 second clips of each song from The Road Less Traveled or for order information

The Lonely Road

Drop the Act – by Trevor Baker – CD


She Wears My Name – by Trevor Baker – In Concert DVD


From Christian Newswire: Christian Publishing Company Takes on Controversial Issues

Aug 11th, 2013 Posted in company information, PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT, Publishing News | Comments Off on From Christian Newswire: Christian Publishing Company Takes on Controversial Issues

EUREKA, Mont., Aug. 9, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Lighthouse Trails Publishing (est. 2002) is taking a new approach to addressing controversial issues in the evangelical and Protestant church. The ministry, based in Eureka, Montana, began publishing Booklet Tracts this year, providing short concise topical resources for Christian believers.

The Booklet Tracts are unique in two ways: first, they are not the traditional small tract size but are the size of an average book (but with only 14-18 pages) on a high quality gloss paper; and two, they are addressing issues that are not being published by most other Christian publishers today.

Topics covered in the Booklet Tracts include: Yoga and Christianity – Are They Compatible?, Energy Healing, Israel (on Replacement Theology), Rick Warren’s Daniel Plan, Protecting Children From Sexual Predators, Signs of the Emerging Church Coming Into a Church, Roman Catholic influence, Mysticism in the Church, Native Spirituality, and more.

Since launching the Booklet Tracts in January, the editors at Lighthouse Trails have made note of the enthusiastic response by its readers, with over 35,000 already sold. “We have come to believe there are many believers out there who are concerned about these issues that other publishers aren’t addressing,” says Lighthouse Trails chief editor David Dombrowski.

David and Deborah Dombrowski began Lighthouse Trails 11 years ago when they learned that a mystical spirituality was coming into the church through Spiritual Formation programs, and no one seemed to be warning about it.

Today, the publishing house consists of 35 authors and editors with a steadily growing readership, currently at around 20,000 people as well as numerous ministries and organizations. In addition to the books, Booklet Tracts, and DVDs they produce, they began Lighthouse Trails Research Project in 2004 providing free articles, research, documentation, a free weekly e-newsletter to visitors of the website, and as of this year a subscription-based print journal.

Lighthouse Trails wanted to make the Booklet Tracts affordable so they could be purchased in bulk and handed out. Each book is $1.95 retail, with quantity discounts as much as 50% off.

There are currently 24 different topics being covered with 10 more planned before the end of the year.

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Letter to the Editor: Lighthouse Trails Books Help Us Defend the Faith

Aug 9th, 2013 Posted in Book/DVD Reviews | Comments Off on Letter to the Editor: Lighthouse Trails Books Help Us Defend the Faith

Dear LHTE,

I have just finished Ray Yungen’s book A Time of Departing.  I cannot stress enough, what a great book this is on contemplative prayer, and all that is connected with the ancient mystical practices.  I would encourage everyone to read this, as it is a comprehensive book on what is happening in our churches, and the world around us.  He makes no accusations, that he does not back up, and you can see the study, and research he has put into writing this book.  I consider myself blessed that LHT, publishes these kinds of books, as I know they are not considered popular.

I also have read Ray’s book For Many Shall Come in My Name, and Kevin Reeves book, The Other Side of the River, and Warren Smith’s book, False Christ Coming, and I have learned so much from these authors.  I have recommended these books to friends and family, and they have made it into the hands of pastors, and others who are caught up into the Emergent Church.  When I defend the faith to others, I can do it, because of these authors, as they have written a wealth of information, and there are no other books that are such great resources.  If you are a watchman on the wall, these books should be in your library.



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