Religion, Christian Church
The Law and the Spirit of Life
Paul, Romans and the World -- The Father’s Heart for His Children, His Church, His World by Bill D. Blackmon
The Apostle Paul is a larger-than-life figure within the Christian world, and his letter to the believers in Rome is considered his most important writing. Powerful and passionate, The Law and the Spirit of Life offers a fresh and broadly researched ...
Navigating Landscapes of Living Faith by Janet Gear
Undivided Love is a book about faith: how it is expressed and what it communicates. Janet Gear offers readers a sympathetic way to interpret the belief-inspired actions of those around them without assuming homogeneous understandings of God, the ...
A Spiritual Autobiography by Reverend David E. Sharpe
As I began to share parts of this, friends asked why I was writing it. I want to respond to all and any who will read this as I did to them. I needed to be able to have this reflection for myself. In these years it seemed as though I have been ...
Brief History of Paradigm Shifts in Christian Education
by Vic Wiens
Paradigm shifts in culture occur about every 250 years. Significant cultural shifts have taken place from Egyptian times to the Babylonian exile, to the time of Alexander the Great to the Roman Empire. The Scholastic, Renaissance, and Reformation ...
Does God Have a Gay Agenda?
by Brian King
There’s a war raging all around us for the souls of men and women—for the souls of not only a generation, but of an entire community. An entire “nation,” if you will. That nation is the LGBTQ community and its adversary, it’s sad to say, is the ...
Leadership: Different & Servant-like
A Framework of Insight That Will Help You “Master” Servant-Leadership by Bruce Ratzlaff and Verna Ratzlaff
In Matthew 20:26, Jesus made this statement: “With you (Jesus followers) it (leadership) will be different (and servant-like).” So, is it? Is your leadership “different” in the ways intended by Jesus? Is your leadership correctly “servant-like?” ...
In prose and poetry, a prairie preacher ponders life and its meanings; death and resurrection by Rev Don Milne
Don Milne has been serving others through ministry for over fifty years. Through his work in various communities and with various congregations and clergy members, Don has experienced great joys alongside great sufferings. His writing spans genres, ...
Fivefold Reformation Doctrinal Truths
by John DeVries
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 A. Donald MacLeod
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 Simon Thiessen
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 ...