Noah and the Ark: In Pennsylvania Dutch and English by Sheila Wilkinson

Noah and his ark stands out as a timeless, classic Bible story that must be read to every child. Beautifully illustrated, this book brings to life the faith of Noah, the assurance of God’s love for his people, and the promise of God’s continuing faithfulness.

This book was written especially for Amish and Old Order Mennonite readers. The alphabet for the text is the same as used in Hank Hershberger’s translation of the Pennsylvania Deitsh Bible, which is available from Christian Aid Ministries. However, we included English text for all non-plain readers as well. Keep this book in mind as a potential gift for Amish and Mennonite friends.

Author: Sheila Wilkinson

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THRIVE Study Series Workbook by R.G. Triplett

THRIVE is a 7 week study, distilled from the philosophies and ideas of the Dynamic Living seminar by Skip Ross. This series is an approachable and modern way for anybody to learn and teach dynamic living – whether it be to a small group, a business team, a youth group, or a large audience. Key topics in the series include finding joy, handling fear, setting goals, maintaining balance, and developing a health self-image.

Author: R.G. Triplett

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Lessons on Parenting: What Parents in the Bible Can Teach Parents Today by Mark J Musser

A great book filled with amazing lessons for parents today!The Bible is full of detailed stories involving parents. In these insightful and meaningful narratives, Moms and Dads are found making choices and decisions that impact their children and those around them. The blessings or fallout from those choices and decisions most definitely can apply to our lives as parents today.So what can parents today learn from those parents of old? What happens in our families when we apply, or fail to apply, the lessons taught through these Scriptural accounts? Those are the questions this book seeks to answer.In his typical engaging style, Mark J. Musser leads his readers through ten stories–each one involving Old Testament parents whose words, actions, and attitudes still echo through the generations.Through thought-provoking chapters, discover: You are qualified to parent, regardless of the doubts that Satan throws at you. You are called to be a super-model, not on the runway for spectators, but in daily life for your children. You must guard against compromise in your life and in your family.You have the power to be a chain-breaker that can end any family history of dysfunction. You are the rock your children need to feel safe and secure. You are called to exemplify selflessness and sacrifice. Your life and choices today will affect the lives and choices of your grandchildren fifty years from now. And much more!So what are you waiting for? Pick up that number two pencil, flip open your notebook, and get ready. Class is now in session!

Author: Mark J Musser

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Liber Cultris: The Gospel According To Marvin “Knife” Sotelo by Marvin Sotelo

Gospels speak of truth, and as Nietzsche rightly noted, we should not expect the truth to be comfortable. The Gospel of Rev. Marvin “Knife” Sotelo is a truth that, unlike those fantastic fictions circulated in popular religious culture, requires no annotation or inventive scapegoat for it contains no inherent contradictions. The Creator exists. Suffering exists. It exists not because the world has gone mad, but because the created—the light—refused slavery. That first intelligence was Lucifer, and the cardinal urge of intelligence is to be free. The price for freedom was suffering, but as the Gospel of Sotelo explains, without suffering, without contrast, freedom would be meaningless. Existence is dependent on contrast. For the wonderful to be understood, for it to be felt, it must exist with the deplorable.

The central message of the Gospel of Rev. Marvin “Knife” Sotelo is not, as one whose ideas of Satanism have been shaped by pantomimes, contrary to the human condition, rather the very opposite. It is a message that resonates through every chapter of Humanism: Believe nothing but that which you alone can determine to be truth. Man can free himself, and it is the duty of all men to work towards this end. What is pronounced is that the created does not need the Creator to attain its highest and most fruitful expression. Such fulfillment—including the residues of peace and prosperity, of bliss and true happiness—can only, and will only, be achieved from within.

Author: Marvin Sotelo

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The Truth about Communion, Foot Washing and Water Baptism by Dr E C Fulcher Jr

If you believe that communion is eating a wafer dipped in wine or bread dipped in grape juice: if you believe that washing feet is a literal ritual Jesus taught us to perform: if you believe we must be baptized in water; then you really need to read this book because tradition has prevented you from seeing the truth on these subjects. I go into great detail explaining what each of these means and how we are supposed to perform each one according to the bible. I guarantee it is nothing like you’ve been taught.

Author: Dr E C Fulcher Jr

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Adventures in Asia Omnibus: (Missionary Stories) by Natalie Vellacott

The LOGOS LIFEAsian adventures, cultural catastrophes, help and hope, on-board the world’s largest floating book-fair!THEY’RE RUGBY BOYS, DON’T YOU KNOW?A true account of a Christian missionary seeking to share Jesus with the street teens abusing solvents in Olongapo City in the Philippines.A MISSIONARY IN MANILAA former detective investigates claims that “It’s more fun in the Philippines!”

Author: Natalie Vellacott

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Cards for the Kingdom by Jay Ross

Jesus used the word “kingdom” 93 times to describe his mission. He wants you to be people of his kingdom and to grow the faith. And that’s what this game is about—exposing you to God’s Word and building fellowship.

The rules are simple. Read six verses per round and answer six questions in 30 seconds or less. Pick your favorite verse. Then guess who said what. (The questions range from “What have you done today to grow spiritually?” to “How long would you let a dog lick your face?”)

Use Cards for the Kingdom privately as a journal. Discuss it as dinner conversation with your family or friends. Or play it with a group of people and even keep score as you get to know each other.

Cards for the Kingdom is spiritual, personal, challenging fun for believers of all ages!

“But seek first God’s Kingdom, and his righteousness; and all these things will be given to you as well.”
-Matthew 6:33

Over 750 verses and questions included!

Author: Jay Ross

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Run Away To Home by Tim Gould

HE WAS DYING. Tyler could hear his labored breathing and see the way his chest rose and fell, and somehow could tell there wouldn’t be too many more breaths. He knew this was his fault. He was responsible for this man’s condition. Was it too late to make up for what he had done? He tried to remember how it had started. Memories flooded his mind, and suddenly he was seeing it all again.

Crouching down, running, I reached the large plastic garbage can that stuck up through the top of the bushes. Even though my attention was on getting away as fast as possible, I couldn’t help but notice for the first time that the bottom of the garbage can was broken and wide open. And since the bottom of the can was a foot off the ground, I figured I could crawl into it with the newly replaced garbage bag hiding my location. I climbed in quickly when I heard his voice and his heavy footsteps on the ground getting closer.

He stopped nearby, and my heart skipped a beat. I heard him say to himself, “When I catch that kid I’m going to beat the livin’ daylights out of him.” At that moment I knew what I had to do…

Author: Tim Gould

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Easter is a True Christian Love Story by James Thomas Lee Jr

When most people think about a true love story, they naturally envision a couple jumping into a bed and making mad passionate love to each other. If the scene is from a movie or from a television show, then they would probably see the two going into a bedroom together and then waking up the next day lying next to each other. However, while that in many cases might be an example of true love, it pales in comparison to the true love that God the Father had showed to human beings when He had offered His only begotten Son on the cross of Calvary. John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” For one thing, the love that people see in the movies or on the television only presents a temporary kind of love that must cease when one of the two partners passes away. In fact, in many cases, that kind of love actually ceases long before the passing of one of the two partners.

But the love that God has expressed for ALL human beings is eternal. When Jesus had died on the cross to pay the sin debt for all people that will come to Him by faith in the right spirit and with the right attitude, then He had paved the way for them to be reconciled to Him and to have everlasting life in heaven with Him. So while that might not seem like such a big deal to many people, it will someday be a very big deal once those people have ended their time in this existence. Therefore, the purpose of this book will be to talk about the perfect love that God has showed for each person. In doing that, it will talk about the last week of the incarnated life of Jesus. That week had begun with His triumphal entry into Jerusalem on what has traditionally been recognized as Palm Sunday in many places of the world.

It will then talk about the fig tree that He had cursed. On the next day, He had gone into Jerusalem to teach some parables and some discourses in the temple. He had first spoken three slanderous truths against the ungodly spiritual leaders of Israel. After that, He had spoken about paying tribute money or taxes to the Roman authorities. He had spoken about the resurrection. He had spoken about the two greatest commandments by which all people should live. He had pointed out the extreme sacrificial offering of a poor widow and the extreme hypocrisy of the Pharisees. He had spoken about some of the events of the end of the Age. He had spoken about the preparedness of ten virgins. He had told a parable about the servant with ten talents. He had then concluded His discourses for the day by sharing with them a parable about the sheep and the goats. So, each of those twelve oratory remarks will be discussed chapters two through five of this text.

After those discussions, chapter six will examine the last hours before He had been taken into custody. Some of the events considered will be His last supper with His disciples, His high priestly prayer for those people that follow Him, His betrayal by Judas, and the six trials through which He had been rushed as the Jewish leaders had sought a quick execution. Chapter seven will discuss His having been scourged and His crucifixion. Chapter eight will discuss His seven statements from the cross. Then, chapter nine will conclude this text with a final look at God’s perfect love. The hope in writing this book is that all people will be drawn into a closer relationship with the Lord that had died for them on the cross. He is definitely worthy of all praise.

Author: James Thomas Lee Jr

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The Path to Spiritual Maturity (30 Day Devotional Series Book 5) by Mark J Musser

George Muller wrote, “The vigor of our spiritual life will be in exact proportion to the place held by the Bible in our life and thoughts.”A.W. Tozer once commented, “Nothing less than a whole Bible can make a whole Christian.”Some devotionals offer you only a Scripture or two followed by a short blurb and a pithy quote. If you are looking for spiritual nourishment, that would be nothing more than a light snack. True spiritual sustenance requires much more.If you want a “full meal,” check out the following books in the 30 Day Devotional Series. Each devotional in this dynamic series will provide you with a portion of Scripture to read, a handful of questions to think through, suggested prayers to offer up, and action steps to apply God’s Word.The Path to Spiritual MaturityMany Christians live a “surface-life” existence, while all sorts of things are churning below the surface. They put on their Sunday best, show a fake smile, loudly sing songs of praise, say “Amen” at the end of prayers, and use all the right words while in church. But under the surface, there is unresolved hurt, excused sin, struggles, and unhealthy habits which are not being addressed. Can you relate? If so, spend the next 30 Days learning to dig deep and find healing.Who Am I: Understanding Who You Are in ChristDiscover who you are and all that you can be! Understand that, in Christ, you are so much more than you could ever imagine. Each day, dig into the Scriptures and learn more about God’s awesome plan and tremendous purpose for your life! Bonus: Six extra devotionals!Every Day Heroes: Changing the World through Your Faith in ChristEach day encounter average, ordinary people that God used in extraordinary ways. Be inspired and encouraged by their stories of bravery, sacrifice, commitment, and devotion. Know that the same God who worked mightily in and through them desires to do the same in and through you!God Unboxed: Experiencing God as He Truly IsHuman nature tends to put God in a box in an attempt to control or understand Him, but the Lord cannot be boxed! He is bigger, grander, mightier, and more amazing that we could ever imagine. Spend 30 Days opening up the box. When you meet God for who He truly is, you will be truly changed!Christmas: It’s Jesus’ Birthday, Not YoursOur culture has made Christmas all about us. We think only of what we plan to buy others and what we hope others are planning to buy us. Yet, Christmas is Jesus’ birthday. Because of that, the question we must ask ourselves this holiday is, “What does Jesus want for His birthday?” Not sure? Grab hold of this devotional and spend the next 30 Days discovering the answers.

Author: Mark J Musser

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