This book looks at lessons we can learn and apply from the beginnings of the Christian Church as recorded in the New Testament Book of Acts. It can be used as a practical commentary, a devotional or study aid, to prepare lessons or sermons, or simply enjoyed as a profitable Christian read!
Gratitude may be one of the most important qualities we can develop in this life, yet many Christians do not seriously focus on growing in this area. This book looks at why and how we can increase thankfulness – to not just occasionally give thanks, but to live our thanks with the gratitude that God desires to see in our lives.
Many people who read the book of Ruth think of it as a simple love story, but in reality it is far from simple, and it is not really a “love story” in the modern sense of “romantic love” either! Instead, Ruth is a story of deep courage, strength, loyalty, determination, and kindness with an underlying message that reaches from the ancient world to our lives today.
This book looks at both the theology and practice of sanctification – the truth that after our sins are forgiven (justification), we must then continue, through the Spirit of God working in us, in the process of being made or becoming holy (sanctification). Both a theological exposition and a practical guide to help the Christian turn from sin and “walk in newness of life.”
Based on the successful Cornerstone course, this two volume e-book presents an in-depth but readable survey of the Old Testament
An introduction to Christianity, this book is designed for personal study or missionary use. It explains thirty-six “core” Christian beliefs and principles of living in a straightforward, easy to understand manner, with introductory text and five key verses for each topic. The book can be used to review key scriptures, for sermon and Bible Study preparation, or for inspiration.
For two centuries after its publication, Bunyan’s great work was the second most-read book in Christianity – second only to the Bible itself. Despite its age, we can still find great inspiration within this classic of Christian literature. This edition contains an introduction by John Piper.