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By Harry A. Ironside In this book, Ironside gives us a two-fold treasure: First, he describes in detail the first six years of his Christian life in bondage, followed by disillusionments, and then the glorious freedom and life of grace that follows. Second, Holiness: The False & the True provides valuable insight based on Scripture on holiness,...
BY ROGER OAKLAND Creation Evangelism for the Last Days There has never been a more critical time to sow the truth of the Gospel into our world. Proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ to our present generation is becoming increasingly more difficult.
Two books: Calvinism: None Dare Call It Heresy (by Bob Kirkland) T.U.L.I.P. and the Bible (by Dave Hunt) 2 Booklets: For God So Loved the World That . . . Whosoever (by Harry Ironside) A Potter Looks at Romans 9 (by David Dombrowsk)
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.
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.
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)
Moscow Express is a fascinating collection of true stories written by Georgi Vins that will challenge your faith while illustrating God’s faithfulness. By Georgi Vins (author of The Gospel in Bonds)
Since the turn of the millennium, in particular since September 11, 2001 when America was attacked by terrorists triggering a global-wide spiritual paradigm shift, Christianity as we have known it has experienced a major meltdown. While many are saying Christianity is on the brink of a great revival and even a "new reformation," in reality, we are...
By Mike Oppenheimer The Trinity has continued to be challenged throughout history and is still the watershed issue of our time.
Over 100,000 young people visit Taizé Community in France every year. Many of them are from Christian homes. What's more, an increasing number of churches are introducing Taizé worship practices in their church services. Just what exactly is Taizé? Chris Lawson uncovers the truth about this interfaith community.
How is the Christian changed into the image of Christ? Is it through our own holiness or goodness? No, not possible. We do not become holy by looking into our own hearts. We shall only find corruption there. We are to look unto Jesus. By putting on the new man (rebirth), being cleansed by His Word and hiding it deep in our hearts, we are changed by...
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.
Expanded Updated Edition of Your Child & the New Age
Softbound by Carolyn A. GreeneA NOVEL ABOUT ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES IN THE CHURCH TODAY
Softbound SPECIAL OFFER - LIMITED TIME ONLYTwo books and two booklets for the price of one book.2 copies of Castles in the Sand (Novel about Contemplative Prayer in the colleges)2 Booklets: 5 Things You Should Know About Contemplative Prayer and Lectio Divina: What is it, What it is Not, and Should Christians Practice it?