What's SHE Doing Here? The Messy Women in Jesus' Genealogy By Susan Tyner Seductress. Prostitute. Outcast. Adulterer. Pregnant unwed Teen. Who would highlight that kind of ancestry? Jesus would. The only person who ever got to choose His family, doesn’t hide the messes. He highlights them for all to see. [...]
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Treasures of Encouragement Leader's Guide By Sharon Betters Though she would not have chosen the pathway on which God has placed her, Sharon Betters is a credible witness that the Lord does bring beauty from ashes. He continues to keep His promises, often through the faithful encouragement of others. In [...]
From Garden to Glory, Spanish Edition By Courtney Doctor Translated by: Rudy Ordonez, Fanny De Gomez and Nedelka Medina Have you ever . . . ...wondered what Exodus has to do with Ephesians? ...wanted to study your Bible but didn’t know where to begin? ...thought of the Bible as [...]
Naomi: Reason to Hope By Deb McQuilkin The book of Ruth begins with and ends with . . . Naomi. Join author and teacher, Deb McQuilkin, for this 6-week inductive study which not only examines the parallels between varied themes of life and Naomi’s experiences, but also calls readers to [...]
Lead Me to Zion, A Curriculum for Teaching Covenant Theology to Children Ages 4-8 By Heather Molendyk “Child of the Covenant.” The title is used at baptism and throughout the life of a believer, but what does it mean? It means believers and their children have been part of the [...]
Lead Me to Zion Coloring Book By Heather Molendyk This Lead Me to Zion Coloring Book has been designed as a keepsake to reinforce the Bible teaching students have received at church or school or homeschool with Lead Me to Zion, the 40-week study of Covenant Theology which introduces children [...]
The Good King's Feast By Elizabeth Harwell In The Good King’s Feast, Elizabeth Harwell proffers the covenant theology abundantly proclaimed through the sacrament of communion with the same style and clarity she used to explain baptism in The Good Shepherd’s Pasture. Children and parents alike will have new appreciation for [...]
A Body for the Lord: PCA Papers on Human Sexuality By PCA In order to maintain the purity and peace of the PCA, the General Assembly has acted to provide guidance to members who struggle with sexual sin yet yearn to live in the blessing and freedom of God’s design [...]
Frog's Rainy Day Curriculum By Lisa Updike This Curriculum is an eight-week course on Christian worldview using the award-winning book Frog’s Rainy-Day Story and Other Fables. WORLD magazine has designated this engaging and thought-provoking book one of the six most outstanding Christian picture books for the 21st century. Recommended for [...]
Breathe: The Life-giving Oxygen of the Lord's Prayer By Karen Hodge “To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing.” — Martin Luther Breathing is very complex but is primarily a subconscious activity. Yet there is a danger in familiarity. As Christians, we [...]