A study on meaningful relationships in the church written for group discussion.
Learn how your prayers can match the sentiments of your needs and issues and lead you into a more intimate relationship with God.
Considering nine biblical terms for the church―such as beloved, brothers and sisters, saints, and gospel partners―this book equips us to love and serve one another.
By examining the "one another" commands in Scripture, learn a Word-based understanding of what God intends for Christian relationships - showing not only what they look like, but also how to develop them.
John Piper and Wayne Grudem answer 50 questions in defense of biblical manhood and womanhood.
A collection of Tozer's top three publications that inspire the pursuit and worship of God.
Are you a church member who is religious, but lost and lack an assurance of your salvation? If you are grappling with where they stand with the Lord, this is the book to check outl
Encouragement and practical mentorship from John MacArthur on cultivating prayer.
Renowned Bible teachers provide instruction on biblical preaching and teaching.
Using scripture, this book examines doctine assuring our salvation. Assurance of salvation is not reserved for the super-spiritual?
A.W. Tozer's collection of sermons on the attributes of God, study guide included. Volume 1 of 2 volume series.
A.W. Tozer's collection of sermons on the attributes of God, study guide included. Volume 2 of 2 volume series.
This book encourages us to look at how we worship God. The author states that “our hearts are always captured by something―that’s how God made us. But sin threatens to distract us from the glory of our Creator. All too often, we stand in awe of everything but God.” You will be challenged in how to view our awesome God.
John Piper provides guidance on freedom from sin's pleasures by delighting in God's gospel.
Elyse Fitzpatrick answers the question of identity as God's children, with study questions for each chapter.
D.A. Carson's thoughtful assessment of the emerging church movement and its theology.
Apologetic resource answering 100 common questions believers ask.
Part of the 9Marks series, Roark and Cline set a framework for explaining the principles of biblical theology and guard against false gospels.
Part of the 9Marks series, Lawrence provides pastors and leaders with practical tools for applying biblical theology in ministry.
Justin Buzzard uses the Bible to answer the question "what sort of story are you in?'
Mission ministry leaders identify cultural barriers in the church that hinder the reach of the gospel by providing case studies on successful missional churches.
Paul Tripp uses house restoration metaphors to provide practical teaching to live productively.
This book set is edited by Mark Dever and Jonathan Leeman and provides introductions for the basic biblical commands regarding the local church. Each of the 16 short, readable books is useful for any pastor or church leader seeking more information on the marks of a healthy church.
An introduction to the concept of businesses imitating God's character, distinguishing the difference between sinful dealings and glorifying God in the business world.
Find a deeper knowledge of God through this expositional study on Paul's prayers.
John MacArthur presents 26 characteristics of a true leader through a study of Paul's writings.
Tim Keller offers insight on adapting church ministry in a post-Christian world.
A study on sanctification with sections on mapping your personal walk. Part 1 of 2-volume series with "Essential Virtues."
Each chapter of a "Character Matters" is a biblical meditation on one aspect of each fruit of the Spirit.
Jonathan Edwards' unabridged exposition of 1 Corinthians 13. Updated and edited by Kyle Strobel.
Apologetic resource on defending Christ and dismantling contemporary views of religious tolerance.
Covers the basics of expository preaching in preparation, organization, and delivery of your message.
An introduction to the Bible, with tools to read it in context and as a larger story to be shared.
A simplification of Wayne Grudem's "Systematic Theology", broken down into 20 basic principles.
Horton identifies non-biblical cultural concepts that have permeated the American church.
Part of the 9Marks series, Leeman explores how the church can reflect God's love.
Part of the 9Marks series, Leeman explores Christ-centered church discipline.
Part of the 9Marks series, Rinne describes the role of elder and provides practical help for elders.
Part of the 9Marks series, Leeman explains the necessity of church membership.
"City on a Hill" provides a vision for the church in post-Christian culture.
A collection of three works by R.C. Sproul covering God's sovereignty, predestination, and man's condition.
Trevin Wax's novel exploring faith in a changing world. (Fiction).
Biblical prophecy applied to our post-2008 economic reality.
John Owen's explanation of the doctrine of the trinity.
Perspectives on biblical friendship in light of today's social media culture.
C.S. Lewis' definitive publications in one complete set.
Encouragement for Christians to effectively engage with the world.
Our Executive Pastor, Jim Daggs, recommends this book, written long before COVID was "a thing." In the past 16 months, sincere, dedicated followers of Christ found themselves at odds with other sincere, dedicated followers of Christ on a whole host of issues. He highly commends this book, finding it to be both timely and extraordinarily helpful.
R.C. Sproul explains the tradition of Western philosophy and its impact on our culture.
Part of the 9Marks series, Lawrence focuses on the biblical doctrine of conversion as essential to healthy church structure.
Gain biblical insight and practical suggestions to help make corporate worship the gathering of God’s people by his grace, for his glory, for their good, and before a watching world.
Turek dismantles the cultural paradigm of same-sex marriage in this expanded address of the Supreme Court decision on Obergefell v. Hodges.
This is an apologetic tool encouraging Christians to take a stance on cultural issues.
Tim Keller offers biblical insight on the false concepts of achieving happiness and success.
Know anyone who says they’re not busy? Me, either. This is a very thoughtful and practical book that will challenge how and why you choose the schedule you choose to keep. The last chapter is titled, "The One Thing You Must Do." Can you guess what that might be? Kevin DeYoung is a very popular speaker and writer in our biblically conservative world. You might try listening to him on YouTube. (I find that it helps me read an author when I’ve heard him speak first.)
An exposition of 1 Corinthians as applied to cross-centered church leadership.
Encouragement for gospel-centered Christian living.
Edited volume on the necessity of evangelism with contributions from John Piper, David Platt, Matt Chandler, Thabiti Anyabwile, Kevin DeYoung, and D. A. Carson.
We try to satisfy the longing for joy with external temporal things. John Piper uses Scripture to turn our hearts towards God and pursue true happiness in Christ.
Look at the profound spiritual and theological realities of Calvary. This Christ-centered book by Greg Harris is for anyone who desires a better understanding of the glories of the cross.
Deacons are model servants called to meet tangible needs, organize and mobilize acts of service, preserve the unity of the flock, and support the ministry of the elders.
We are called to be diligent in the defense of our faith. Learn to defend the faith and speak the truth in love.
Mark Dever provides a great resource for pastors, elders and others interested in allowing God's Word to set the trajectory for our churches and to combine theology with congregational life.
An introduction to Christianity and the Christian life rooted in our triune God - Father, Son and Spirit. Understand the person and work of Jesus Christ through the trinity.
Many scholars from the scientific community consider religious beliefs to be dangerous foolishness.
Men and women reflect God's own nature and the perfect equality, diversity and unity of the trinity.
Is God unfair? Is he silent? Is he hidden? Philip Yancey answers these questions with biblical assurance and clarity.
Making disciples is the church's God-given mandate. Devoted disciples help attract people outside the church because of the change others see in their Christ-like lives.
We will never outgrow our need for grace. Jerry Bridges helps you unlock the mystery of what God does in bringing you to maturity in Christ.
What does it look like to help others become more like Christ? Mark Dever outlines the who, what, where, when, why and how of discipling.
We live in an age of casual Christianity. Many of God's people insist on substituting intuition for truth, feelings for beliefs, and immediate gratification for enduring hope.
Kevin DeYoung examines what evangelical Christianity is within the broad categories of history, theology, and practice.
"Don't Just Stand There, Pray Something" is an inspiring look at how you can pray with greater purpose and power - for your own needs as well as the needs of others.
We see worship leading and theological processing at opposite ends of spectrum. Theology is considered the business of pastors, while worship is the business of musicians.
Kris Lundgaard offers insight, encouragement and hope for overcoming the enemy within. He shares his discovery of hope, renewed love for Christ, and approach to holiness by faith in Him.
How could a loving God send people to hell? Will people have a chance after they die to believe in Jesus and go to heaven? Look at this biblical explanation of eternal destiny.
Eschatology is thought to refer only to “last things” doctrines. However, eschatology encompasses the Christian view of time and the future of the world.
In the first chapter of 2 Peter, Peter lists the essential virtues of a Christlike believer. Learn to cultivate these qualities while avoiding worldliness, rebellion, and spiritual apathy.
What makes for good preaching? Pastor David Helm outlines what must be believed and accomplished to become a faithful expositor of God's Word.
Ken Ramey gives you a handbook on biblical listening designed to equip you not only to understand what true, biblical preaching sounds like but also how to receive it.
D. Michael Linsday shows first hand how prominent Americans are bringing their vision of moral leadership into the public square.
In "Famine in the Land", Steven J. Lawson makes a biblically grounded argument for expository preaching like the prophets and apostles did.
Voddie Baucham, black pastor and church planter, exposes the overt Marxist ideology behind the social justice movement, critical race theory, intersectionality, and racism that is ravaging our nation. He also traces the ways this “woke” ideology is impacting the church through distorting the gospel and attempting to conform the church to the image of the world.
"Fear Not" encourages every Christian to look at what happens to believers immediately after death, the resurrection, the final judgement and the eternal state of man.
As we prioritize doctrine, it can be placed into four ranks―essential, urgent, important, and unimportant―so that we will be as effective as possible advancing the gospel in our time.
God would not have his children characterized by fear and insecurity. He put His Spirit in us so we could be known for our power from Him.
John Piper reveals how grace is not only God's undeserved gift to us in the past, but also God's power to make good happen for us today, tomorrow, and forever.
In "Gay Girl, Good God," author Jackie Hill Perry shares her testimony, offering practical tools that helped her in the process of being made new in light of His gospel.
Joe Dallas was bothered by this question: "Am I basing my decision to embrace the 'gay and Chrsitian' identity on the belief that this is God's will for my life or on the hope that this is what God might allow?"
John Whitcomb declares that the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, is complete and authoritative. Its meaning cannot be altered by the changing theories of man.
The book is written for the discouraged, the hurt and wounded, the disenchanted, cynical, the empty. Have you pushed away from people, away from church, away from fellowship, away from worship? It might be helpful to know that your sin, your hardness of heart, your suffering – even the suffering that is due to your actions, actually draws Him toward you, not away from you. Our savior is gentle beyond comparison. Your heart will be drawn towards Him as you see the beauty of His gentleness of heart.
This book guides "ministers who lead their congregations in worship, musicians who seek a deeper understanding of the spiritual purpose of their work and seminary students who are clarifying their commitment to biblical worship."
Our pictures of heaven range from comical to curious, mystical to fictitious, with bits of biblical truth thrown in. See the wonders of heaven and the truth about angels and eternal life.
This is a concise and clear book that gives a basic understanding of Gnosticism and its links to the New Age movement.
"God is the Gospel" is a plea that God himself, as revealed most clearly and fully in Jesus' death and resurrection, can be seen and enjoyed as the final and greatest gift of the gospel.
Most Christians do not have a basic working knowledge of the Bible. How can we understand the story of God - and our part in it - when we're not familiar with it?
Most Christians do not have a basic working knowledge of the Bible. D. A. Carson takes readers through scripture to help Chrsitians know what they believe and why they believe it.
Americans question whether God has withdrawn his special blessing from the United States.
Seven biblical expositions from prominent Bible teachers lay out the biblical foundation for missions, based on the apostle Paul's worship in 2 Corinthians.
The Heidelberg Catechism is a commentary on the Apostle's Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord's Prayer. This deals with man's guilt, God's grace and the gratitude of believers.
An explanation of the prophetic words of Isaiah 53, verse by verse, highlighting important connections to the history of Israel and the New Testament.
John MacArthur asks, "What does it really mean to be saved?" He urges readers to understand that their conversion was more than a mere point in time. It also includes a lifetime of obedience.
It's time to reclaim the core of our beliefs. This volume was created to defend the traditional gospel and strengthen the church.
"The Gospel-Centered Life at Work" invites CEOs, homeschooling parents, doctors, plumbers, and white/blue/ pink collar-workers to sit down and discuss our work as a common call to follow Jesus in all of life.
What did God use to draw a radical, committed unbeliever to himself? He used an invitation to dinner in a modest home, from a humble couple who lived out the gospel daily.
Many churches in America today want to be powerful, relevant, and influential in personal and social transformation. We need a renewed understanding of the Great Commission.
Jerry Bridges says the gospel is the very lifeblood of our walk with God, but it's also the power for our daily progress in holiness.
"A Gospel Primer for Christians" is designed to show you how to preach the gospel to yourself each day.
The gospel is a theological message. But this message also creates human beauty - beautiful relationships in our churches, making the glory of Christ visible in the world today.
Focusing on the Lord and spending time with Him and His people are some of the ways we can draw near to our Savior.
Take a look at Matthew 18 to learn how to handle relational issues that can harm the church if not dealt with in a Biblical manner.
The high calling Jesus has on His followers is not always a popular message for today.It is important for those who want to live a life pleasing to the Lord -- not easy but worth it.
Writings from several evangelical leaders about how to apply biblical truth to ministry and life.
Preaching the gospel to ourselves every day is a helpful tool to display Christian living and obedience.
A timeless classic about how to stay grounded in your faith. "Hinds' Feet on High Places" includes beautiful art work to enhance the reading experience.
Kevin DeYoung provides great insight and gives us tools on how to draw closer to the Lord and pursue holy living.
Only by the blood of Jesus can we be seen as holy in the eyes of God. See how the gospel leads us to live a life of obedience and holy living.
A closer look at the holiness God requires and Jesus fulfills on our behalf. J.C. Ryle explains the importance of holy living and how we can aim for this lofty goal.
Todd Brenneman takes a look at the problems that can arise from focussing on the evangelistic tool of sentimentality and the emotions of another person.
"The Homosexual Agenda" takes a look at how America is more accepting of homosexuality and how the tolerance for those who disagree with same sex relationships is not.
The testimony of Katherine and Jay Wolf after Katherine suffered a brain stem stroke. Their story gives glory to God as they trusted in Christ to help get them through this difficult recovery.
"The Hosplitality Commands" uses Scripture to provide helpful tips on using hospitality and building relationships to build the body of believers.
Donald Whitney gives biblical clarity on how you can be confident of your salvation in Christ Jesus.
Live a biblically obedient life in today's culture by practicing the Christian ethic, accepting God's revelation, and affirming the Bible's morals, values, and meaning.
Birth, marriage, and death are occasions in which we experience great happiness and deep grief. It is important to understand how to approach them with grace, endurance, and joy.
Fasting is talked about in the Bible but rarely understood. John Piper teaches you disciplines and how to be satisfied by God alone.
If you enjoy the old hymns or the newer songs -- this is the hymnal for you. This hymnal includes many contemporary songs by the Getty's, Sovereign Grace, and other solid sources.
So many things take us away from keeping our primary focus and desire on the Lord. Elyse Fitzpatrick looks at the idols that turn our eyes toward wrong things and teaches us how to refocus on the Lord.
"The Insanity of God" reflects the lessons and experiences from missionaries Nik and Ruth Ripken. Their story will build your faith and confidence in God, reminding us that He is big enough for all the world.
Helpful tips on how to honor God with your church ministry and care for the congregation.
R.C. Sproul looks at this commonly asked question about God by looking at examples of God's providence in scripture and reminding us to trust Him in all things.
A Bible study that answers a common question by looking at the character and work of God throughout scripture.
A look at the topic of substitutionary atonement throughout the entire Bible. This topic is helpful for understanding how God uses the whole Bible to point us to Christ our Savior.
A focus on what the title "Son of God" means and the honor such a title calls for.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at some of the "less popular" traits of Jesus. This study guide reminds you of His majesty and righteousness.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at some of the "less popular" traits of Jesus. These traits will remind you of His majesty and righteousness.
Take a deeper look at how an attitude of joy is a great Christian testimony to the world, as it sees Christ's work in your life personally.
A collection of devotions through the lens of a police officer, which focuses on today's culture and issues.
A.W. Tozer's classic work on God's attributes provides a powerful witness to the majesty of God.
A strong leadership community is necessary to combat any church leadership crises. Tripp looks at twelve gospel principles to apply to any church and its leadership team.
A collection of Princeton lectures delivered in 1898 on the application of Calvinism to culture.
Written by missionary and shepherd Phillip Keller, this is a modern parable about God's love.
In this classic book, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, renowned Christian minister, professor, and author of "The Cost of Discipleship" recounts his unique fellowship in an underground seminary during the Nazi years in Germany.
Compare style to substance with this study on worship in the Bible compared to the practice of worship in the emerging church.
A powerful autobiography on God's sovereignty and healing in the aftermath of a life-changing accident.
This study guide accompanies Francis Chan's "Crazy Love" for individual devotions or small group study.
A combination of "The Cross-Centered Life" and "Christ Our Mediator", this book reminds us of the foundation for our faith in Jesus Christ.
A study on the concept of Hebrews 11:1 on how to apply your mind and rationale to your Christian walk and witness.
An apologetic stance on Christian rational thought in a postmodern culture.
Tim Keller takes an apologetic stand on the relevance of Christianity in today's culture.
An apologetic resource on biblical discernment and the relationship between story and imagery when applied to film.
Use a biblical lens to see a healthy church structure, where we learn what makes a church strong, healthy and mature.
Part of "Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition" series, this book offers guidance on how Christians can use digital media for the kingdom.
A Christian study on how to make a gospel impact and minister effectively to Millennials.
Practical help and advice to Christians who may think there is no vocation for their artistic achievements.
Apply the principles of being a good shepherd to being a good minister of Jesus Christ. Explore the concept of a pastor as a shepherd.
Tim Keller explains the importance of mercy in ministry. Discussion questions for group study are included.
Successful enterprise is based on hard work, honesty and trust. Learn how a good Christian can also be a good capitalist.
Rethink your perspective on money and possessions by looking at God's provision for our good in this study on the proper Christian view of money.
Practical help to equip parents on navigating the public school system.
Through this study on the role of deacons as compassionate ministers for the needy, see how your church cannot afford to neglect this important role.
This book builds a Biblical framework for navigating digital technology in this age and looks at how it impacts our Christian faith.
The attributes of God show us exactly why God is worthy of worship: there is none like him. This all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-wise God accommodates himself, exhibiting perfect holiness, mercy, and love as he makes known who he is and how he will save us.
Glimpse at what it means to walk by faith, trust God's promises and rest in God's faithfulness. Enjoy this collection of 35 Bible stories on the subject of trusting God.
John MacArthur provides Biblical answers to questions on evangelism. He covers attitude, preparedness, content and priority in witnessing to others.
This book expands upon the essentials of the Christian faith and next steps after conversion.
Iain Murray reveals the Biblical essentials of historical evangelicalism and how they can be applied today.
"One New Man" reflects Paul's gospel-centered perspectives on race. Christ's death for our sin is God's only solution to racial hostility and the only provision for racial reconciliation.
Read the complete story of Jesus Christ, from Genesis to Revelation.
A study on God's beauty and on enjoying Him forever, meant to stir us from spiritual apathy to spiritual life and growth.
An in-depth sequel to "Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert." This book addresses controversial issues for LGBT conversions to Christianity in an autobiographical format.
Be challenged to sacrificial love and service with this encouraging resource on living out our faith.
This book unpacks the mystery of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as the authors unpack the nature of the Trinity.
As Jesus told parables so His people would understand His message about the kingdom of God, this book unpacks the parables of Jesus during His ministry.
John Piper expands on God's glory being not only our joy but also our mind's certainty.
John Piper, known for his definition of Christian hedonism, explores what brings God pleasure and how He delights in Himself.
Learn how church leadership is built around a team of elders working together, each bringing his own unique skills and gifts to the cause of shepherding the flock God entrusted to them, similar to the New Testament church.
Wayne Grudem addresses common mis-interpretations of Christian politics and brings readers to the Bible as essential to speak in today's political landscape.
An analysis of the evangelical church's adoption of progressive secular principles. Edited work with contributions by Chuck Colson, J.I. Packer, R.C. Sproul, and Alister McGrath.
This compilation of 17th century monk's writings on the presence of God focuses on the the relationship with God as more important than service done in His name.
A call for Christians to pursue a deeper relationship with God through prayer as reflected in the prayers of Paul.
R. Kent Hughes' colleagues contribute to this volume on expository preaching.
Tim Keller uses the parable of the prodigal son to reveal new insights into God's character and to examine our approach to the gospel.
John MacArthur uses additional historical context to expand on the parable of the prodigal son.
As Bible scholars defend the deity of Christ, learn about Jesus' identity through His names, attributes and deeds.
"Radical" challenges you to believe and obey the gospel rather than conform it to the culture. Consider how we manipulate our faith to fit our personal preferences.
Look into the opportunity Christians have to rethink priorities as the body of Christ. "Radical Together" challenges the body of Christ to unite around the gospel.
A personal testimony about how God can use anything, even atheism, to bring someone back to Christ.
Hermeneutics, Exegesis, and Diagramming are big words that may make reading and understanding the Bible intimidating to you. At a church like NorthCreek, that teaches in an expositional style, you may feel like understanding your Bible is only for the experts. This brief work is filled with down to earth helps and contains an easy-to-use method of Bible interpretation that requires no seminary training. If you are faithful to read the Bible in the way this simple work prescribes, you will have found a way to feed yourself for a lifetime. It will change the way you view and read your Bible.
John Piper shows us how we can behold the glory of God simply by reading His Word. Rely on the Holy Spririt and apply skills and habits found with faithful Bible reading.
An explanation as to how belief in God is both rational and reasonable, Tim Keller addresses doubts we have about religion. A solid platform to stand on in this age of skepticism.
John MacArthur calls out today's churches regarding the necessity of Biblical and doctrinal truth. Very applicable to our times when society as a whole can be hostile to anyone declaring moral absolutes.
Memories from past sufferings can hang like a heavy burden around our necks. In a deep and compelling fashion, Matt has written about how God removes these heavy burdens from us through the work of Christ, then redeems those same memories back to their original purpose, to glorify and worship God. This topic has already made its way through Matt’s heart as he wrestled with his own memories of the past, and I highly recommend it as you wrestle with yours.
"Redeeming Money" shows us how to close the gap between our theology and common money struggles. We ought to interact with our money in a way that honors God.
It's time to recommit to gathering as brothers and sisters in Christ. While Covid-19 reshaped the way the church gathered, learn why church is essential for believers and God's mission.
A Biblical and scientific defense for the straightforward view of the creation in Genesis.
Stand firm in the Christian faith and remain faithful to the end of your life. This book challenges pastors to emulate Paul's perseverance in ministry.
This book provides a detailed defense of Christ's resurrection, using the acronmy FEAT: fatal torment, empty tomb, appearances and transformation.
Learn how to discern Biblical perspectives and worldviews when faced with the influence of secular thinking. Use the topical reference guide of Bible verses to address specific concerns.
Do we seek cozy Christianity instead of a rich and full life, carrying out the tasks Jesus has for us to do? "Risk is Right" challenges us to risk it all rather than play it safe in faith.
A helpful tool to show Christ-followers how to thoughtfully engage in a conversation regarding same-sex marriage.
This book examines Biblical texts as they apply to the church charismatic experience.
"Saved Without a Doubt" examines the true nature of salvation and encourages readers to rest in Christ's grace.
As evangelical Christianity becomes more worldly, we can lose our identity as a people set apart to reach the world. Answer the biblical call to holiness.
Study Psalm 27 and see the mercy of God in times of trouble and difficulty. These 52 meditations help us worship God no matter our circumstance.
"The Shepherd Leader" looks at the ministry of a shepherd: knowing, feeding,, leading, and protecting. Learn how leaders in the church can shepherd the congregation.
Use this handbook on pastoral ministry to gain perspective on life, counseling, and leadership. This book includes an orientation and practical guide for church elders.
Look at how the pastor-leader image is present in the Bible, from Moses to David. Pastors are still called to be a shepherd to lead a church congregation today.
Considered an introduction to the Christian faith and its Biblical basis, the Westminster Shorter Catechism is useful to Christians at any point of their faith walk.
Consider 13 scientists and theologians committed to the authority of Scripture who practice careful exegesis to offer perspective to Christians on the issue of evolution.
Sam Storms bridges the gap between Edwards's writing style and modern style for contemporary readers of Edwards's "Religious Affections" in this book, "Signs of the Spirit."
Look at the personality, works and deity of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit leads and empowers every believer, as explained in "The Silent Shepherd".
John MacArthur shows us from scripture Christ's character, glory and love for His followers. "A Simple Christianity" helps believers better understand their salvation and their Savior.
Martin Luther spoke to his barber about how to pray, and it is recorded here. Look at the Lord's Prayer in a God-glorifying way.
Although life on earth was less hectic in Jesus' time, He faced challenges and trials we never will.
Equip your home and church and inspire them to praise the Lord by singing. Understand why we sing and how to view joyfully praising His name through song.
Exposition from the Bible corresponding to the Heidelberg Catechism.
"We have been bought with a price. We belong to Christ. We are His own possession." How a cover-up of a word in a Bible translation can change the way we live out our faith.
A group of mainstream evangelicals has taken up the cause of the New Left, whether they know it or not. This book helps you understand why so many evangelicals have recently supported left-leaning political causes.
Examine the biblical pattern for spiritual growth and look at models of spiritual maturity. See how to obtain a vital sense of God's presence rather than feeling His absence.
Part of the 9Marks series, Bobby Jamieson explains how sound doctrine matters in living and in the life of the church.
John Piper shows us God's design in sin. See how this is good news for the world in "Spectacular Sins."
Walk in the shoes of a cop in real time. As Jim shows us the personal and spiritual battles waging when fighting crime, look at the truths revealed to him from Scripture.
Learn what the Bible has to say about spiritual gifts. Do all Christians have them? Have the miraculous gifts ceased?
Leadership in the church is only truly effective when it is done to the glory of God. Look at key leadership principles from Scripture and from men of God such as Moses, Nehemiah and Paul.
Be encouraged to stand strong as you face spiritual challenges. "Standing Strong" is a biblically based approach to spiritual warfare.
"A Steadfast Heart" uses Psalm 57 to help believers remember God's presence and comfort in times of trial.
A great witnessing tool and appropriate for teenagers and adults, "Stones and Bones" answers questions regarding creation and evolution.
Read testimonies and interviews from modern day archaeologists to see the latest finds in the lands of the Bible. Recent archaeological finds reinforce facts about Biblical events.
As we see God's story of redemption in the world, see His purpose for everything in this life..
Trace the history of pentecostal revivals to modern day. Learn about the unbiblical nature and unbalanced doctrine of this movement.
Suffering encourages us to trust God in the midst of suffering. Avoid the traps and cling to God's promises when trials come.
This is an earnest invitation to sinners to turn to God in order to obtain eternal salvation. Originally published in 1671 by a minister at Taunton in Somersetshire.
An introduction to the Bible for Christians and non-Christians, addressing the inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture.
I’m not sure enough can be said about the importance of guarding our speech. “How great a forest is set aflame by such a small fire.” The book is both theologically-rooted and practically-grounded. If speaking words of life can be a struggle at times (compared to their counterpart, words of death, Proverbs 18:21), I believe you’ll find this resource useful. The gospel truly has the power to transform our talk.
What manner of worship is glorifying to God? R.C. Sproul explores God's design for Biblical worship.
Treatise on a Biblical worldview by the Master's University faculty, edited by John MacArthur.
See the hope of the gospel by dispelling the myths of society. Learn what is really true, good and beautiful to expose the false myths the world shows us.
An encouraging message to churches that remain steadfast in sound Biblical doctrines, this book addresses common temptations for conservative churches.
"The Tract Primer" is a great resource for parents who want to teach their children sound doctrine as they are teaching them to read.
Discover over 100 common problems facing Christians today. This practical workbook addresses areas of change for Christians using biblical solutions.
This is the Bible study format of "The Treasure Principle," exploring the Biblical mandate of financial stewardship.
Jesus spent more time talking about money than heaven or hell. Understand His teaching on the topic of possessions and explore the Biblical mandate of financial stewardship.
"The Trellis and the Vine" addresses fundamental questions of Christian ministry and the Great Commission.
Revised and updated version of Dr. Lutzer's bestseller on the discussion of same-sex marriage in the church.
Does the church need to embrace postmodernism in order to engage with its congregation? Discover ways this age is impacting the church.
In his verse-by-verse exposition of the Bible, John MacArthur is known for his teaching. This is a collection of twelve of his classic sermons.
A summary of Calvin's institutes covering his essential doctrines. Originally written as a statement of faith of the Reformers in Switzerland, it's a small book intended for readers at all levels.
A resource on relational apologetics, exploring twelve statements summarizing Christian doctrine. This is a helpful resource for younger Christians.
This book looks at 50 ways churches make first-time visitors feel unwelcome. Jonathan Malm suggests simple changes that can fix these problems.
As a follow-up to "Visual Theology," "A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible" combines graphics and text to present the concepts and principles of scripture.
Part 1 of a 2 part series, Grudem provides a Biblical resource for Christian voters on the topics of economics and foreign policy.
Learn how to stay grounded in your faith and assert biblical truth, and continue to testify for Jesus without facing fear and condemnation.
Packer reflects on his personal experiences of physical weakness and calls us to look to Christ for strength.
Kevin DeYoung call us to humbly approach the Bible's authority on homosexuality. An invaluable resource for Christians and non-Christians.
A study of Jesus' inner circle; Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, Peter, James and John provides answers to questions about Jesus' life, crucifixion and resurrection.
Look at the 10 essential Bible prophecies, with references, statistics, charts and timelines which help them make sense. David Jeremiah answers questions regarding prophecy in the Bible.
Ever try sharing the Gospel with a friend, a co-worker, or a family member and get stuck? How do you try to explain all the points of the Gospel (the truth) with others in love? As Jordan Scott tells the junior high group, you can't just know and believe all the facts of the Gospel and be a Christian. A biblical response is required to this question that we all need to consider and know for our own souls and for the sake of sharing the Gospel with others. This small book and easy read by Greg Gilbert called, "What Is the Gospel?" has helped me greatly in being able to articulate the Gospel clearly to others and our response to the Good News.
"What is the Mission of the Church?" clarifies the a church's vision to be grounded in the gospel and how to apply the Great Commision to the congregation.
In this call to evangelicals to re-discover the doctrines of grace (Scripture alone, Christ alone, grace alone, faith alone and glory to God alone), learn how the church needs to hold on to these doctrines.
Speaking from her personal experiences, worship artist Laura Story encourages us to find joy in the light of God's sovereignty.
A study on how to better alleviate poverty and provide the gospel with those in a hard place. "When Helping Hurts" acknowledges the complexities of past attempts to get rid of poverty altogether..
Learn how a correct, biblical view of self can transorm us and amplifies our new identity in Christ. Explore Christian identity from God's Word to gain biblical definitions of success and failure.
"Who Really Cares?" challenges current political views on charity and clarifies the church's role in financial giving.
A Biblical study on the inner city and the church's role to effectively use their unique location for gospel impact.
The media culture in which we live does not help us listen to sermons in church. However, we can learn from today's communication modes to effectively communicate God's word.
Love the local church even with the committed, disgruntled, waffling, and disconnected Christians who try to engage with their church.
Al Mohler unpacks the Ten Commandments and shows us how they inform today's social and political climate.
"Worldliness" is an edited volume on how Christians are to live in the world but not be of it. Contributions by Bob Kauflin, John Piper, and many more.
"Worship Matters" is a helpful resource on the theology of Biblical worship and the essentials of worship ministry and participation.
A pracitcal call to Christians to resist the battle against their religious liberty. The worst kind of religion in America may be secularism.
Why do church-growth strategies and charismatic worship lead the way for evangelical growth in America? "Young, Restless and Reformed" offers an investigation into the current Calvinist resurgence in young evangelicals.
Learn what Scripture has to say about living a disciplined life . This book offers practical and Biblical help for Christians to have self-control.