As minister of preaching at St. Andrew's Chapel, Sproul follows the ancient practice of lectio continua (continuous exposition), here offering a passage-by-passage explication of Acts. Eminently practical, theologically astute, and intellectually rewarding, this outstanding resource illuminates afresh the birth of the church, the account of Paul's travels, and the Gentiles' acceptance of the gospel.
In this groundbreaking new book, Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle take on the topic of hell and our eternal destiny, with a sense of humility and a deep respect for the inspired Word of God. They will address questions such as "Will everyone be saved?" and "Does God Get What He Wants in the End?" as well as reviewing in depth, everything Jesus said about Hell.
More than 80 years old and still going strong. "An encyclopedia of
sermon helps. Its amazing number of contributors makes up a 'Who's Who'
of the homiletical world, including laypeople. Features sermons, children's talks, prayers, illustrations, seasonal emphases, worship aids, and calendars. Comes with CD-ROM featuring the entire contents of the manuel
Children of Divorce is the first book to examine the impact of divorce from a practical
theological perspective and also from a young person's perspective. Divorce leaves a deep mark on children of all ages. But why does it cause so much strain and long-term distress? Andrew Root explains that divorce is first and foremost an issue of ontology. When parents divorce, what it precipitates in children is nothing less than a questioning of root self or core identity.
This highly anticipated tenth volume in the Faith Lessons series puts you on location in Egypt with Ray Vander Laan. In a six-part presentation, Ray explains how Jesus calls people to live in the Promised Land demonstrating we can learn through times of abundance and times of desert.
Updated for a new generation! Jesus was a carpenter and a spiritual leader, but is he really the Son of God? Joined by his son Sean, McDowell reveals how he searched for meaning, truth, and relevance - and how he found the answers in Jesus Christ! Includes new chapter that addresses questions raised by today's atheists.
The ESV Minister's Bible perfectly complements the work of pastors and counselors as well as lay leaders and anyone active in the spectrum of Christian service. It offers a unique, unparalleled collection of resources, including a practical guide to visitation, sample services for weddings, baptisms & funerals, a step-by-step plan of salvation, and scripture references to answer tough questions.
This 21st century hymnal includes such features as a glossary of musical terms, scriptural based meditations (KJV), benedictions, offeratory appeals, anthems, praise songs, children's songs, contemporary gospel songs, scriptural references for each hymn title, and many other features. Five hundred sixty-one songs.