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When God Seems Gone$14.99Read more
What do you do when it feels like God isn’t there–when the state of the world, our own suffering, or the struggles of those we know suggest that God is absent? When you’ve experienced soul-crushing silence from heaven, despite your fervent supplications?
Using the book of Habakkuk, as well as his own personal experience of deep suffering, Adam Mabry examines the art of lament–how to cry out to God in desperation from a place of faith and hope. At the end, there are practical suggestions for what you can do to keep faith even in times of darkness and doubt.
Readers will learn that God is big enough and good enough to handle hard questions and that his sovereign silence is filled with purpose for their lives. They will be encouraged to keep trusting God even when he seems silent, slow, unfair, different or wrong.
Stop Taking Sides$16.99Add to cart
How to overcome division and experience the full Christian life by embracing the tensions in the Bible.
Love and wrath. Sovereignty and responsibility. Victory and suffering. Some of the truths we read in the Bible seem to be in opposition to each other. We naturally tend to gravitate towards a side, but when we lose sight of one truth in order to protect the other, we are in danger of becoming proud, creating division, and diminishing our faith.
Taking sides can even lead to ugly arguments and have a damaging effect on the church’s witness to the world.
Adam Mabry shows us where the Bible tells us to be “both/and”, not “either/or”. He encourages us to embrace the tensions in the Bible instead of taking sides, so that we can leave anxiety and outrage behind, and instead enjoy the whole truth of Scripture, experience every element of the Christian life, and be gracious towards our fellow brothers and sisters.
Art Of Rest 2$14.99Read more
If you’re feeling weary wishing life were more sustainable searching for a way to rest without feeling guilty suspecting that you’d enjoy godly rest if only you knew what it was look no further. This warm, realistic, humorous book will show you how rest is different to what you thought it was, and more important than you’ve realized. The world never stops. But you can. You need to. And it’s wonderful. It’s time to learn the art of rest.