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  • Fivefold Reformation Doctrinal Truths

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    If we love Christ, fellow believers and to be effective in serving our God as worship unto Him, we must know the five major Christian doctrines that divide the world churches. Our soul and salvation of man is too important, for us to indulge in ...


  • A Presbyterian Requiem

    A Canadian Pastor Reflects on 50 Years of Ministry by

    This memoir recounts six appointments over a half century of Christian ministry.The author, Don MacLeod, has seen the Presbyterian Church in Canada go through some major challenges, as Canadian society is changing. He was accepted as a candidate for ...


  • Back To Eden

    A Biblical Perspective on Wealth and Poverty by

    Part scriptural analysis, part compassionate musing, and part academic study, Back to Eden brings together academic research, Christian theology, and universal human emotions to examine how our financial status affects our way of life and our ...


  • Walking In Revelation

    Identifying Black People in Biblical History by

    “Do you know who you are?” In Walking in Revelation, author J. Davidson-Elliott seeks to illuminate the real children of Abraham to the world. The true Hebrews are not currently living in Israel but have been spread across the four corners of the ...


  • Spiritual Transformation

    The Salvation of Miss Enid and the Bad Man Brigo by

    This book is about spiritual transformation: it tells the story of the salvation experiences of its main characters: Miss Enid and the bad man Brigo - a compelling argument for the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to transform lives for the ...


  • Hidden and Forgotten

    African Absence in the Consciousness of the Catholic Church in Canada by

    Catholics of African descent have been in the Catholic Church in Canada since Canada's pre-independent days, and yet there has been and still is a poverty of pastoral outreach to them. In a richly researched yet enjoyably readable study, Father ...


  • Mennonite Ethics

    From Isolation to Engagement by

    J. Lawrence Burkholder was a sectarian realist who advocated nonviolent activism in order to engage the faith community with the power structures that guide society and politics. He encouraged the Mennonite church to move beyond its tradition of ...


  • The Pastor-Congregation Duet

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    In a time of shifting worldviews and changing expectations of the church, how does a pastor navigate the challenges, joys, and pains of ministry? How does a church support, love, and hold accountable its pastoral leaders? The key lies in the ...


  • Thoughtful Adaptations to Change

    Authentic Christian Faith in Postmodern Times by

    Western culture has changed radically in the last fifty years. Death seems less dreadful, sexuality less sacred, and humanity less dignified. Reason has yielded to passion, and science often to political bias. Philosophically and culturally, the ...


  • The Ramblings Of An Unqualified Christian

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    Being a Christian means that there is a difference between how you live and how someone who has not yet found God lives. How Christians live their lives on Sunday mornings is how they are challenged to live their lives throughout the rest of the ...