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How to Know You're Saved

How to Know You're Saved

Pastor Cole will lead the reader to a thorough understanding of salvation on God's terms.
Paperback $6.39 $7.99
A Reasonable Response

A Reasonable Response

Instructs in giving skillful and biblical responses to common challenges to Christianity.
Paperback $17.59 $21.99
What Now?

What Now?

Emerge from stagnation and move toward God's calling for your life.
Paperback $6.39 $7.99
Help! I'm Married to a Homeschooling Mom

Help! I'm Married to a Homeschooling Mom

Humorous yet insightful, Wilson shows dads how to help in the task of homeschooling.
Paperback $7.99 $9.99
An Open Letter to a Jehovah's Witness

An Open Letter to a Jehovah's Witness

Concisely explains differences between Jehovah's Witnesses' teaching and Christianity.
Pamphlet $1.59 $1.99
How to Get Out Of Debt... And Into Praise

How to Get Out Of Debt... And Into Praise

Rev. James Meeks's practical help to freedom from debt to love and serve others in need.
Paperback $7.99 $9.99
The Christian After Death

The Christian After Death

A book about the Christian's experience with death, including what happens to the body.
eBook $0.79 $0.99

Richard Ellsworth Day

RICHARD ELLSWORTH DAY was born in the United States in 1884. In his early life he was an apprentice at the Terre Haute Gazette in Indiana serving as an associate reporter. His first book was a biography on the famous preacher Charles Spurgeon entitled The Shadow of the Broad Brim, which he published with Judson Press in 1934. The book was an immediate success which led to subsequent biographies on Charles Grandison Finney (1942), D.L. Moody (1944), and Henry Parsons Crowell (1946). Richard Day and his wife Deborah would begin each project with extensive research and study and then retreat to their little cottage in Sunnyvale, California to write. In his day he was a noted Christian biographer, and between projects, traveled around speaking in churches and schools until his death in 1965.

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The Way to Brave

The Way to Brave

A guide to growing in courage, through studying how God prepared David for Goliath.
Paperback $11.99 $14.99
Nothing to Fear

Nothing to Fear

A personal journey of a 7-year battle with cancer, offering perspective and encouragement.
Paperback $9.59 $11.99
A Christian in Big Business

A Christian in Big Business

A look at the life of Henry Parsons Crowell, including the company he kept.
eBook $0.79 $0.99
Pastoring Men

Pastoring Men

Equips pastors to effectively reach and disciple all the men they shepherd.
Paperback $11.99 $14.99
My Name is Erin: One Girl's Journey to Discover Truth

My Name is Erin: One Girl's Journey to Discover Truth

Teaches girls that despite what culture says, God's Word says the Truth is unchanging.
Paperback $3.60 $8.99
A Spiritual Clinic

A Spiritual Clinic

Worn out by the Christian life? Try this powerful tonic of scriptural principles for recovery and growth.
Paperback $9.59 $11.99
Little Pilgrim's Progress

Little Pilgrim's Progress

John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress with simplified vocabulary for young readers.
Paperback $9.59 $11.99
Raising Men, Not Boys

Raising Men, Not Boys

Equips parents to launch their sons into godly manhood and maturity.
Paperback $11.99 $14.99