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Collected Christian Essentials Catechism$36.99Read more
A life discipled by the catechism.
The Collected Christian Essentials: Catechism is perfect for daily devotions, personal study, and prayer with others.
*Let the catechism of the Ten Commandments, Apostles’ Creed, and the Lord’s Prayer guide your devotional life.
*Experience a simple liturgy of morning and evening prayer.
*Pray fresh prayers inspired by the catechism.
*Read Scripture with the church year.
*Understand the riches of the catechism with Peter J. Leithart, Ben Myers, and Wesley Hill.
The catechism- the Ten Commandments, the Apostles’ Creed, and the Lord’s Prayer-has sustained and nurtured every generation of believers, directing their faith, hope, and love. It helps Christians read, pray, and live God’s word. By giving Christians God’s word to give back to him, it plants seeds of his word and cultivates them to full growth. The Collected Christian Essentials: Catechism brings the church’s ancient catechism to a new generation.
The twenty-four catechism prayers were written by the Right Reverend Joey Royal, Suffragan Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Arctic.
Apostles Creed : For All God’s Children$17.99Read more
What God’s children believe
Join FatCat, the friendly feline, as he learns the traditional text of the Apostles’ Creed-the earliest summary of the apostles’ teaching. Enjoy vibrantly illustrated scenes of Jesus’s life and search for FatCat on every page!
Young readers and families will read a line from the creed along with a simple reflection to tuck into their hearts. With a list of Scriptures for further learning and a family prayer, this FatCat book is perfect to read again and again.
In a fun and accessible way, believers can visualize, memorize, understand, and confess the Apostles’ Creed, which has united all Christians for centuries.
Apostles Creed : A Guide To The Ancient Catechism$17.99Read more
Do you believe?
Today, we’re flooded with opinions and ideas. And they all might be interesting, but are they true? Would you die for them?
Benjamin Myers re-introduces the Apostles’ Creed, helping us to see how difficult and counter-cultural the Creed really is. It doesn’t give us sweet, empty words. It’s a faith that demands we die so that we might live.
In the early church, many converts died for their faith so they needed to have a good idea what they might die for. Early church pastors and theologians used the Apostles’ Creed as the essential guide to the basics of the Christian life.
The Apostles’ Creed has united Christians from different times, different places, and different traditions. The truths proclaimed in the Creed are eternal.
Will you trust them?