Jennie highlights the ways we strive for recognition, fulfillment, and identity. She explains that our lack reveals our thirst for grace. Each chapter addresses a different need—lonely, tired, and afraid, to name a few. She teaches through the book of John and points us to Jesus, the living water (Jn 4).
In The Relational Soul, counselor Richard Plass and former pastor James Cofield, uncover why deep, meaningful connections with God and others cannot exist without trust, and why maturity develops only through authentic community.
Written as an introductory text for seminary level classes, this third and final volume in the Exploring Christian Theology series is easily accessible for any who have an interest in knowing their God and His purpose for humankind on a deeper level. The book’s opening chapter gives “The Christian Story in Four Acts” from a wide-angle view, helping to orient the reader in God’s grand narrative.
Clara's book "Open Heart, Open Mind" is a very honest work that made me wonder how she was able to focus and push herself to victory considering all the difficulties she encountered.
When difficult circumstances overwhelm us and push us to despair, can we really maintain hope? In You’ll Get Through This, long-time pastor and New York Times best-selling author Max Lucado answers this question with a resounding “yes!” As few can, Lucado uses the art of storytelling to transform the Bible’s account of Joseph into a […]