By Bob Kirkland, D.D. NOW AVAILABLE Today, a growing number of churches, ministries, and Christian colleges are promoting Calvinism. While Calvinist scholars claim that Calvinism is complex (and they have indeed created a complex system), the rudiments of it are very basic, and it can be readily understood.
The evangelical church is at a crucial point in its history. There are many voices crying out for a dramatic change in the way evangelicals have traditionally viewed Catholicism; these voices are taking the church in a radically different direction, one that fits in with Bible prophecy.
BECAUSE OF CANADIAN HATE PROPAGANDA LAWS, THIS BOOKLET CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO CANADA. By Maria Kneas and Lois Putnam To read content of this booklet, click here.
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A Memoir of Loss and Mercy by Cedric Fisher Chains Couldn’t Hold Me is the story of one man’s search for identity and peace amidst turmoil and despair and how everything changed when given one last chance. (see description below)
By Corrie Ten Boom Through his love for the Lord, Casper showed his family how to live a life fully surrendered to and trusting in the Almighty God. In his eighties, during the Nazi occupation in Holland, that relationship with God led Casper down a path where he and his family would be asked of the Lord to risk everything—even their lives.
One rainy day, Flicka, Ricka, and Dicka find a crying dog on their doorstep. They bring him inside and take care of him. But the next morning, the girls find an ad in the paper for a lost dog. Their new friend belongs to someone else. Flicka, Ricka, and Dicka return the dog to his rightful owner, but he doesn't want to go home!
In Sweden, while visiting their aunt and uncle at Christmas, triplets Flicka, Ricka, and Dicka are trying out their new ice skates when their dog Mike and new friend Bertie fall through thin ice, and the girls must save them.