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  • Under Threat Of Death

    $18.99

    Raised as a Christian minority in a Muslim nation, Shagufta Kausar learned early on to never argue about faith or to stand up for her beliefs. Doing so could easily lead to riots and deadly violence, so she was told to always be silent, like a lamb.

    In 2013, local police raided Shagufta’s home, accusing her of sending a blasphemous text to a local imam. As a mother of four, Shagufta was arrested, her handicapped husband, Shafqat, was hung upside down and beaten, and her children were put in state custody. The truth was, Shagufta didn’t even have a phone and was illiterate – she couldn’t write or speak the language in the text. She was impossibly innocent.

    Convicted at a trial she was not allowed to attend and sentenced to death by hanging, Shagufta was told that she could save herself and her family if she would only abandon her faith and accept Islam. Under threat of death, she refused.

    Her stunning true story of a courageous mother of four standing against the tyranny of her country’s blasphemy laws illuminates the reality of what many Christians around the world face every day. Shagufta is a voice for Christian minorities that suffer daily persecution under unjust laws.

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  • God Who Became Bread

    $16.99

    The gospel of God is the Bread of the Presence, and it reaches down into the
    deepest, darkest, ugliest recesses of the human spirit, the places polite chit-chat
    won’t allow, the places watery juice doesn’t open up, the places where crawfish
    and other creeping things of the swamps live.

    These are the places in which we run to the altar and find the bread, still warm.
    Places in which we begin to get full. Where our only food becomes God Himself.
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    In this memoir described as “poetic, raw, and achingly beautiful,” Emily T. Wierenga takes readers on a vulnerable literary journey.

    A former anorexic who nearly starved to death, Emily longed for more-the more she’d glimpsed during her childhood in the Congo, surrounded by vibrant faith. All she had now was dry religion. She craved a Communion that was more than an empty ritual.

    It would be Emily’s return to Africa that would bring her healing. Unexpectedly, it would be the poorest of the poor who would lead her there. Emily exchanged her deep struggles with food for a growing discovery that the God of inapproachable light “dons an apron and prepares us a banquet.”

    All who are broken-come to the table. Break bread with Emily, and feast on the God Who Became Bread. You will never go hungry again.

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  • Hiding Place : A Graphic Novel

    $23.99

    One of the bestselling books of all time– now a captivating graphic novel!

    It’s World War II.

    Darkness has fallen over the world as the Nazis spread fear and hatred.

    No one feels safe.

    But on a city corner in Holland one woman fights against injustice and darkness. In a quiet watchmaking shop, Corrie ten Boom and her close-knit family risk their lives to hide hundreds of Jews and others hunted by the Nazis in a secret hiding place they built into the old building.

    Until one day when Corrie and her family are betrayed. They’re captured and sent in cattle cars to the notorious Nazi concentration camps to die. Yet even in that darkest of places, Corrie still fights.

    This is her incredible true story, now a visually stunning graphic novel. With more than 1,500 engaging full-color illustrations, this real-life heroine comes to life–showing how even in the most desperate, loneliest, and darkest of times, faith, hope, and love will ultimately triumph.

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  • Susannah Spurgeon : The Pastor’s Wife Who Didn’t Let Sickness Stop Her

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    Read the true story of Susannah Spurgeon, the wife of British pastor Charles Spurgeon.

    Susannah was married to a very gifted and busy preacher, who could not have done all he did without her support. Susie experienced poor health for much of her life but she did not let that stop her from serving. One key way that she served the wider church was by creating the Book Fund, which gave free copies of Charles’ books to poor pastors who could not afford to buy them.

    This beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Susannah Spurgeon (1832-1903) features stylish illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos. It is part of a series designed to show kids that God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.

    Download free extras, such as worksheets, to help children interact with the true story and think of ways in which they can also follow God and encourage his people today.

    These stories can be read to young children or enjoyed independently by early readers. The free extras make these stories useful for homeschool, Sunday school, missions events, and more.

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  • Amazing Grace : The Life Of John Newton And The Surprising Story Behind His

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    Now available in trade paper!

    Amazing Grace is the surprising true story of John Newton, author of the song that has touched millions. A biography that reads like a novel, it reveals Newton’s dramatic story of sin and salvation as a slave trader before his ultimate transformation to speaking out against the horror of slavery. His story speaks to the brokenness within us all and our need for God’s amazing grace-and reveals the truth behind his song.

    Amazing Grace is based on years of research on the life and writings of John Newton. It tells of a prodigal who returns home, and a young love that defies the odds; of a young man whose life is torn by grief and wounded by the cruelty of others, following his descent into deeper suffering and finally into the brutal world of the slave trade. Newton rejects God repeatedly but is rescued by a divine mercy that reaches deeper than he could ever have imagined as he ultimately faces his past and repents.

    Newton’s story is shocking, and Amazing Grace does not try to airbrush or excuse his faults. There are glaring contradictions in the life of a ship’s Captain who retreats to his cabin to study his Bible and write tender love letters to his wife while hundreds of slaves lie in chains in the hold below.

    The profound lessons from his life are applicable to us today, helping us to:

    *Discover that the need for grace is universal and offers the deepest hope for overcoming hatred

    *Be honest about our lives even when we are ashamed and face seemingly unresolvable problems

    *Look for grace when life is far from perfect and doesn’t match up to our expectations

    *Trust that our mistakes and regrets, no matter how deep, can be redeemed in the end
    Since the first public singing of Amazing Grace almost 250 years ago, every generation has been profoundly moved by the song, and now readers can connect with John Newton’s story like never before. In these days of extreme polarization when beliefs about race, church, and politics have all become deeply divisive in society, we need grace more than ever. We need stories like this one that talk honestly about the human condition but even more about the relentless love of God and his forgiveness of sins.

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  • Fannie Lou Hamer

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    Read the true story of Fannie Lou Hamer, a Civil Rights activist who courageously stood up for the vulnerable and contended for the rights of unborn children.

    Living in Mississippi, “Mother Hamer” left school at six and was subjected to the racist “Jim Crow” laws. She and her friends marched for the right to vote and became known as “the Freedom Fighters.” Fannie was imprisoned and beaten but eventually was able to speak to the Houses of Congress in Washington, D.C. Having won the vote, Mother Hamer helped bring people out of poverty and stood up for the right of unborn children to be born and to be loved.

    This beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977) features engaging illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos. It is part of a series called Do Great Things For God, which is designed to show kids that God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.

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  • William J Seymour

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    William J. Seymour: Pentecostal Trailblazer and Revered Pastor of the Azusa Street Revival? is a rich and thorough account of the life and ministry of William J. Seymour. Seymour, the son of former slaves rose to prominence within the Pentecostal movement as the pastor of the Azusa Street Revival.

    Dr. Larry Martin’s extensive research and knowledge of William J. Seymour provides a solid framework for the telling of Seymour’s life, ministry, and the history of the Azusa Street Revival. Martin’s work not only provides details on Seymour’s life and ministry but also recounts the racism and discrimination that Seymour faced in everyday life and within the church.

    Seymour followed God’s call to Los Angeles and in 1906 the Azusa Street Revival began ushering in a new era of Pentecostal revival in Los Angeles and spreading throughout the country and around the world. While the revival’s prominence over the year’s waned due to ongoing prejudice, divergent ministry objectives and attempted takeovers the worldwide Pentecostal movement remains unbowed and strong over a century later.

    Dr. Martin is part of the Pentecostal legacy and has over fifty years devoted to ministry as a pastor, educator, and evangelist. He is the author of several books on the Azusa Street Revival, the history of early Pentecostals, and the Pentecostal Church of God.
    Includes photos of Seymour’s life and ministry.

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  • Hiding Place Deluxe Edition (Deluxe)

    $24.99

    In darkness God’s truth shines most clear.

    Corrie ten Boom was the first licensed female watchmaker in the Netherlands who became a heroine of the Resistance, a survivor of Hitler’s concentration camps, and one of the most remarkable ministers of hope in the twentieth century.

    In World War II she and her family risked their lives to help Jews and underground workers escape from the Nazis. In 1944 their lives were forever altered when they were betrayed, arrested, and thrown into the infamous Nazi death camps. Only Corrie among her family survived.

    This is her incredible true story–and ultimately the story of how faith, hope, and forgiveness triumphed over unthinkable evil. Now in a beautiful deluxe edition, this beloved book continues to declare that God’s love will overcome, heal, and restore. There is no pit so deep that God’s love is not deeper still, and no darkness so thick that His light can’t break through.

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  • Blind : The True Story Of The Robertson Family (DVD)

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    The true story of Phil Robertson and the Robertson Family (Duck Dynasty)

    Set in the 1960s South and shot on location in Louisiana, THE BLIND shares never-before-revealed aspects of Phil Robertson’s (Duck Dynasty) life as he seeks to conquer the shame of his past, addiction and complicated family dynamics, ultimately finding redemption in an unlikely place. “It was important to us that the film be real,” said Willie Robertson, Phil’s son. “The transformation of Phil proves that anyone can change and that there is always hope.”

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  • I Didnt Survive

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    It’s hard enough having a painful secret that you are terrified of sharing.

    It’s even harder when you find yourself in the international limelight as the advocate wife of a Christian hero imprisoned for his faith.

    The worst part is fearing that, if you did share this secret, it might devastate the lives of your family and close friends, alienate tens of thousands of active supporters, and cause persecuted people around the world to become even more vulnerable.

    Naghmeh Abedini Panahi lived in constant tension from the irreconcilable realities playing out in her own life, in her family life, in the conduct of others, and on the worldwide stage as she interacted with power brokers and well-known religious leaders. Tension involving:

    *Steadfastly honoring God versus being carried away by the tide of circumstances
    *Personal reality versus public persona
    *Genuine faith versus hypocritical religion
    *Truth and caring versus the end justifying the means
    *Obedience to God versus loyalty to others

    For Naghmeh, it all came to a breaking point, and the only way through it was to die. Not physically, but in experiencing a death and rebirth in her understanding of God, her faith, and her identity as a woman. “I can’t tell you how I was able to make it through, because I didn’t,” she writes. “Like the Phoenix rising from the ashes, the new me emerged from the catastrophe of my marriage.”

    I Didn’t Survive: Emerging Whole After Deception, Persecution, and Hidden Abuse is Naghmeh’s firsthand story, which takes you from war-torn Tehran to the quiet Midwestern U.S. to the halls of power in Washington D.C. It vividly describes the Islamic upbringing that shaped her, her unexpected conversion to Christianity, and the events that led to her marriage to Saeed Abedini, a magnetic pastor in the Iranian underground church. The book details Saeed’s arrest and imprisonment for preaching the gospel, her fateful decision to share the truth about her husband, her betrayal and abandonment by former supporters, and the new life of advocacy for women that has arisen from the brokenness.

    Through the pain, abuse, and loss, Naghmeh clearly demonstrates what it means for us to find our true identity in God, discover the protective care God has for His children, and participate in sharing the love and healing He desires to bring to the world.

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  • Being Elisabeth Elliot

    $24.99

    Elisabeth Elliot was a young missionary in Ecuador when members of a remote Amazonian indigenous people group killed her husband Jim and his four colleagues. And yet, she stayed in the jungle with her young daughter to minister to the very people who had thrown the spears, demonstrating the power of Christ’s forgiveness.

    This courageous, no-nonsense Christian went on to write dozens of books, host a long-running radio show, and speak at conferences all over the world. She was a pillar of coherent, committed faith–a beloved and sometimes controversial icon. And while things in the limelight might have looked golden, her suffering continued refining her in many different and unexpected ways.

    Her early years, related in Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, traced the transition of a young woman who dealt in “certainties” to the woman who lived with the unknown.

    Now, being Elisabeth Elliot increasingly meant confronting how much she did not understand. She sought her reference point beyond her own experiences, always pondering what she called the “impenetrable mystery” of the interplay between God’s will and human choices.

    And it is that strange mystery which shaped the rest of her startling life story.

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  • Quiet Mind To Suffer With

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    Suffering has been made holy by Christ’s proximity to it.

    This is the story of Christ’s nearness to my own suffering–my mental breakdown, my journey to the psych ward, my long, slow, painful recovery–and how Christ will use even our agony and despair to turn us into servants and guests of the mercy offered in his gospel.

    We cannot answer suffering. And yet suffering demands an answer. If Jesus is the answer to suffering, what kind of answer is Jesus? Everything that could be taken from a person was taken from him. The worst things a person could be made to see and feel were seen and felt by Christ. All of this came to a point in the nails driven into his hands and became a word that cannot be unspoken–his body broken and his blood poured out for us. Suffering has been made holy by Christ’s proximity to it.

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  • Girl With The Special Shoes

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    Hilda’s family didn’t know she had muscular dystrophy. They just knew their preschooler was losing her ability to walk. But they were determined to find a cure.

    Being disabled in Cameroon meant not only obstacles to transport, but visits to diviners and evangelists, threats of sexual assault, discrimination, and a crisis of faith. Despite the hardship Hilda has faced, her family’s unwavering support and God’s unwavering grace have helped her persevere to become a national broadcaster. Her inspiring triumph over adversity will give you hope, no matter how dark your trials. Walk a mile in Hilda’s shoes and learn how:

    *She lost her mobility and found her purpose.
    *A gutsy girl broke the glass ceiling of disability.
    *People saw her broken body, but God saw a worthy vessel.
    *She and her family searched for healing, but God had other plans.
    *She didn’t need to stand to be outstanding.
    *God was on the move when she was stuck.
    *Her hope overcame hardship.

    The Girl with Special Shoes is the witty and heartfelt story of a family’s sacrificial love and a God who refashions pain into purpose.

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  • Maria Fearing : The Girl Who Dreamed Of Distant Lands

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    Read the true story of Maria Fearing, a missionary who shared Christ’s love with children in Africa and protected them from slavery.

    Once freed from slavery on an Alabama plantation, Maria Fearing went to Africa to show children Jesus’ compassion and protect them from being sold into slavery. She even helped translate the Bible so that the children could read it in their own language. Her patience and grit in overcoming incredible obstacles to heed God’s call make her a great role model for young children.

    This beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Maria Fearing (1838-1937) features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos. It is part of a series designed to show kids that God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.

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  • Amy Carmichael : The Brown-Eyed Girl Who Learned To Pray

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    Read the true story of Amy Carmichael, a missionary who shared Christ’s love with hundreds of women and children in Asia.

    At a time when being a single female missionary was extremely costly, Amy Carmichael spent her life sharing Christ’s love with hundreds of women and children in Asia. Along the way, she adapted to fit into cultures very different from her own, learned to depend on God in prayer, and became a mother to many children who had been sold, kidnapped, outcast or abandoned.

    This beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Amy Carmichael (1867-1951) features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos. It is part of a series designed to show kids that God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.

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  • Frederick Douglass : No Turning Back (DVD)

    $12.99

    Kyle Taylor stars in this gripping drama, winner of four film awards. Frederick Douglass: No Turning Back takes you to 1872, Ohio. Former slave, Mr. Douglass, one of our great American heroes, is to speak. He’s introduced by the Pastor sharing Frederick’s vast triumphs, including helping pass Amendments to the US Constitution. Douglass, at the podium, shares a breathtaking journey from slavery to freedom, life as statesman, author and newspaper editor. He reveals his life in the North, in London, and as Christian leader, with wit and wisdom. He could have lived in Europe, but felt God’s call to return to America to win freedom for all people in our nation. There is no turning back.

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  • Wake Up With Purpose

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    Known to millions as simply Sister Jean, the Loyola Chicago matriarch and college basketball icon invites you into her remarkable memoir filled with history, wonder, and common-sense wisdom for this century and beyond. As Sister Jean wisely says, I’ve seen so many changes in the last 102 years, but the important things remain the same.

    Part life story, part philosophy text, and part spiritual guide, Sister Jean’s wit, wisdom, and common sense has broad appeal and application that transcends religious creed, belief, and even feelings on Loyola’s basketball team.

    Along with her collaborator Seth Davis, an award-winning writer, broadcaster and New York Times best-selling author, Sister Jean lets you experience:

    *Sister Jean’s words and her spirit.
    *her sharp sense of humor.
    *life lessons gleaned from one hundred years of living.
    *universal themes that connect us all.
    *priceless wisdom.

    The driving force inside Wake Up with Purpose! is the narrative of Sister Jean’s fascinating life–from teaching at a Catholic school during the Second World War to serving on a Chicago college campus in the sixties and beyond to cheering from the sidelines of a men’s basketball tournament in March 2018.

    As you learn about Sister Jean’s century-long life, you’ll feel just like the Loyola students do when they knock on her office door, plop down in a chair, and ask if she would have time to chat, an activity that she still does daily.

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  • Helen Roseveare : The Doctor Who Kept Going No Matter What

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    On the day of her eighth birthday, Helen sat in Sunday school cutting and sticking pictures of far-away countries and, in her heart, made a decision:

    “When I grow up, I will travel the world and tell other boys and girls about Jesus.”

    Follow her life story from medical student to missionary doctor in the heart of Africa and all the ups and many downs she experienced there, including being held as a prisoner for many months. Discover how her faith kept her going as she remembered to “Be still, and know that I am God”. (Psalm 46 v 10)

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  • Fanny Crosby : The Girl Who Couldn’t See But Helped The World To Sing

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    Baby Frances–or Fanny, as everyone called her–was only six weeks old when she became blind. “What a pity you can’t see,” people often said. “The first thing my eyes will ever see will be the face of Jesus in heaven,” she’d reply. And this filled her with joy.

    Not only was Fanny a happy girl, always looking for reasons to be thankful, she was also blessed with extraordinary musical ability.

    Follow her inspirational story to discover how she wrote some of the world’s most famous hymns, such as To God Be the Glory and Blessed Assurance.

    This beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Fanny Crosby (1820-1915) is part of the Do Great Things For God series which shows how God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things. It will enthuse young children about the great things they can do for God.

    Can be read to young children aged 4-5, and read by children aged 6 plus.

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  • Queen Elizabeth 2

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    Princess Elizabeth never expected to be Queen. But when she was ten, her uncle, King Edward VIII, abdicated and everything changed… Her father took over as King, but after 15 years on the throne, he died. So when she was just 25 years old, Elizabeth was crowned Queen and has become the longest-serving monarch in British history.

    This inspiring children’s biography of Queen Elizabeth II chronicles key moments in her life. It also highlights her Christian faith, in particular what she has said in her Christmas Day speeches.

    Young children will learn more about the incredible life and faith of Britain’s longest-serving monarch and they will be inspired about the great things they can do for God.

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  • Charles Fox Parham

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    Charles Fox Parham is an absorbing and perhaps controversial biography of the founder of modern Pentecostalism. Parham was a deeply flawed individual who nevertheless was used by God to initiate and establish one of the greatest spiritual movements of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, helping to restore the power of Pentecost to the church and being a catalyst for numerous healings and conversions. Author Dr. Larry Martin is a lifelong Pentecostal with decades of ministry as a pastor, educator, and evangelist. He researched the life of this complicated and contradictory figure for over twenty-five years before writing this book-with a certain degree of hesitancy. By disclosing the whole truth about Parham’s life-which has never fully been done before-would it give excessive ammunition to the critics of the Pentecostal and charismatic movements? Martin uncompromisingly exposes Parham’s weaknesses, faulty thinking, and transgressions while disassociating his behavior from the movement as a whole, writing with an inside understanding of Pentecostalism and a thoughtful analysis of Parham’s life that goes beyond the acknowledgment of human frailty to reveal the work of a sovereign God. If we don’t confront the faults of our spiritual fathers, Martin says, we will fail to address the truth in the way the Bible lays bare the faults of some of our greatest biblical heroes of the faith. We must recognize and learn from the weaknesses of others, as well as their achievements. The author of several books on the Asuza Street Revival, the history of early Pentecostals, and the Pentecostal Church of God, Martin presents a much-needed exploration of the life of one of the most influential religious figures of the twentieth century, whose impact is still widely felt today. Includes photos of Parham’s life and ministry.

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  • Hiding Place : An Engaging Visual Journey

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    The Hiding Place is Corrie ten Boom’s personal story of faith, forgiveness, and love for the persecuted Jewish community during the World War II Nazi invasion and occupation of Holland. Part of an underground resistance movement, Corrie and her family risked their lives to hide Jewish friends within a secret wall space of the Beje, their beloved clock shop and home in Haarlem, Netherlands. Her heroic actions eventually led to her arrest and imprisonment at Ravensbruck, the German Reich’s largest concentration camp for women.

    For the first time, the ten Boom family’s heart-wrenching story of sacrifice and survival is presented as a special edition complete with rare family photos, accents of Dutch Delft-style design, artwork by Dutch artists, and personal ephemera. Hand-lettered inspirational quotes and Scripture combined with artwork reminiscent of World War II Europe make The Hiding Place come alive like never before.

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  • Shackled : One Woman s Dramatic Triumph Over Persecution, Gender Abuse, And

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    Sentenced to Death for Her Beliefs Mariam Ibraheem was finally rising above her difficult childhood and building a new life for herself. Born to a Muslim father and an Ethiopian Orthodox Christian mother, she grew up in poverty in a refugee camp in Sudan. Her father left the family when she was only six, and her mother raised her in the Christian faith. Left without family after the deaths of her beloved mother and sister, she was beginning to move past her grief-earning a medical degree, marrying the man she loved, and having a baby boy. But one day in late 2013, her world was shattered when an unknown relative on her father’s side reported her to the police. The authorities said she was considered a Muslim because of her father’s background. She had broken the law by marrying a Christian man, and she must renounce her Christian beliefs and abandon her marriage. Under intense pressure, Mariam repeatedly refused to deny her faith. After a lengthy trial in a Sharia court, she was charged with apostasy and adultery, and she was imprisoned with her nine-month-old son, Martin, on Christmas Eve. There, awaiting sentence, she learned she was pregnant with her second child. A few months later, Mariam was sentenced to 100 lashes and death by hanging by a Sharia court.Shackled is the stunning story of a courageous young woman who was willing to face death rather than deny her faith, who took a stand on behalf of all people who suffer from religious persecution and all women who are maltreated because of their gender and beliefs. Follow Mariam’s story from refugee camp to life under Islam to imprisonment and sentencing to giving birth while shackled in prison to her remarkable escape from death following an international outcry and advocacy involving diplomats, journalists, religious freedom activists, human rights groups, and even Pope Francis.

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  • Leftovers : Baylor, Betrayal, And Beyond

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    Ever since he was a young boy, Matt Sayman wanted to play basketball. He played for hours on end, studied other players, and attended numerous basketball camps. His family believed in his dream, too, even agreeing to move to Texas when one of Matt’s favorite coaches left Pennsylvania for the Lone Star State.

    Matt eventually received a full athletic scholarship from Baylor University. He was only six-feet-four but what he lacked in height, he made up for in skill and positive attitude. He was destined to go pro after graduation.

    Then the summer before his senior year, the bottom falls out of Matt’s world. A player goes missing…and is found dead. A teammate is the murder suspect. A coach is accused of paying players under the table. Some receive drug-free urine samples to pass off as their own. And through it all, Matt is supposed to be the glue who holds the Baylor basketball team together.

    In The Leftovers: Baylor, Betrayal, and Beyond, Matt shares his personal story of dealing with the fallout after tragedy and trouble nearly sank Baylor’s program. Matt was senior co-captain, but with a short-manned team of leftover players, there was no way to have a winning season. There was no way some talent scout would take a chance on him.

    Matt’s hope and faith were shaken because of the scandals that summer. He had just turned twenty-one in January and began to party and drink heavily. His post-Baylor years included a DWI, a difficult divorce, and broken relationships. Matt struggled to find peace. On his thirtieth birthday, just a few days after a deep conversation with his pastor, Matt said goodbye to alcohol and surrendered his life to God. This book tells the story of Matt’s personal redemption.

    The Leftovers is also a story of the redemption of Baylor University’s men’s basketball program; Matt’s team with a young new head coach forged the Baylor team that won the 2021 NCAA men’s basketball championship.

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  • Gladys Aylward : The Little Woman With A Big Dream

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    While in her twenties, Gladys Aylward (1902-1970) felt called to serve God in China and enrolled at missionary school. After failing her exam and being told that she couldn’t go, she was eventually given the opportunity by an elderly missionary in China who needed a young woman to help her.

    The only problem was that she needed to pay for her journey there. China is a very long way away! So Gladys worked day and night until, eventually, she had enough for a train ticket to China.

    But her train stopped in Siberia and wouldn’t go any further. Gladys had to cross a dark forest, surrounded by packs of hungry wolves.
    She met scary people who thought she was a spy. She sneaked onto a ship, and then took another boat, another train, a bus and lastly a donkey!

    When she eventually arrived, the villagers were deeply suspicious and threw mud at her! But, with time, Gladys earned the trust of those around her and helped the elderly missionary, Jeannie, to run a guesthouse for tired travelers, where they would read them stories from the Bible every night.

    Children will enjoy this beautifully illustrated children’s biography, which can be read to young children aged 4-5 and read by children aged 6 plus.

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  • Betty Greene : The Girl Who Longed To Fly

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    Betty Greene (1920-1997) wanted to learn to fly from the age of 7. And with some money given to her by her uncle, that’s exactly what she did.

    When World War II started, Betty used her skills to serve with the Women Airforce Service Pilots (also known as WASPs). She even became part of a research project that sent pilots way up high, through the stratosphere!

    Once the war had ended, she brought her passion for flying and her passion for the Lord Jesus together, and helped to set up a mission which is known today as the Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF).

    Throughout her life, Betty made over 4,640 flights and served in 12 countries, landing in around 20 more.

    Children will enjoy this beautifully illustrated children’s biography, which can be read to young children aged 4-5 and read by children aged 6 plus.

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  • Food Saved Me

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    For the first time, New York Times bestselling cookbook author and wellness advocate Danielle Walker writes the full story of her journey to finding life again through the healing power of food.

    After being diagnosed with an extreme form of ulcerative colitis, an autoimmune disease, at 22, Danielle made it her personal mission to effectively manage her symptoms through lifestyle and diet without sacrificing her passion for great-tasting, healthy food. Thousands of recipes and three New York Times bestselling cookbooks later, Danielle is a beacon of hope in the autoimmune world, helping millions of readers who suffer from disease, allergies, or chronic ailments find freedom and experience deep healing.

    Now, in Food Saved Me, Danielle pens her first memoir, reflecting on the journey that brought her here: a decade-long cycle of diagnosis, trauma, debilitating sickness, remission, recovery, setbacks, hope, and healing. Danielle’s resilience in the face of sickness and loss led her to new ways of cooking, which ultimately redeemed her health and the ideal of hospitality. Through her tribulations and triumphs, you’ll find that no matter what your ailment, there is hope-you can live a full, happy, and healthy life without ever feeling hungry, excluded, or deprived. Because the truth is, food can radically change our lives for the better.

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  • Betsey Stockton : The Girl With A Missionary Dream

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    Inspiring children’s biography of Betsey Stockton, who followed her dream of being a missionary despite being born enslaved.

    When young Betsey joined a missionary voyage to Hawaii, everyone was shocked. “A single woman, who was born enslaved, going to mission? How extraordinary!”

    But that’s exactly who Betsey was-an extraordinary girl who believed in an extraordinary God!

    Follow her adventurous five-month journey across the Pacific Ocean. A journey of laughter, tears, prayer and even a newborn life! A journey that would take her to the shores of beautiful Hawaii, where she would finally be able to do what she’d always dreamt of-be a missionary.

    How extraordinary indeed.

    Children will enjoy this beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Betsey Stockton (c. 1798-1865), who, despite being born enslaved, follows her dream of being a missionary to Hawaii.

    Can be read to young children aged 4-5, and read by children aged 6 plus.

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  • Corrie Ten Boom

    $14.99

    Inspiring children’s biography of Corrie ten Boom, who saved hundreds of Jewish people during World War 2.

    In 1940, the Germans invaded the Netherlands, and Corrie ten Boom and her family helped to hide as many Jewish people as possible. They even had a secret room built in her bedroom.

    Corrie and her sister were caught by the German army and sent to a concentration camp, where God made sure they always had a Bible to read and plenty of opportunities to share the good news about Jesus.

    Corrie’s trust in God gave her the strength to go on until the war ended. From then on, Corrie talked about her life to big crowds, saying, “There’s no pit so deep that God’s love is not deeper still”.

    Children will enjoy this beautifully illustrated children’s biography of Corrie ten Boom, who saved hundreds of Jewish people during World War 2.

    Can be read to young children aged 4-5, and read by children aged 6 plus.

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  • I Am Patrick (DVD)

    $16.99

    I AM PATRICK: The Patron Saint of Ireland

    Now you can experience the remarkable true story of St. Patrick.

    I AM PATRICK is a must-see story that will inspire and enthrall viewers-young and old alike. Discover the fascinating true story behind the myth and legend surrounding St. Patrick. The true, historical account of St. Patrick is an incredible story of kidnapping, slavery and redemption. Patrick’s dedication to God and self-sacrifice is a far cry from our current traditions of celebrating his namesake day.

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  • Wurmbrand : Tortured For Christ: The Complete Story

    $22.99

    On February 29, 1948, Richard Wurmbrand was arrested by the secret police. His crime? Leading Christian worship and witnessing – both of which were illegal under Romania’s atheistic Communist regime. Because of Richard’s faithfulness to Christ, he endured 14 years of prison and torture, while his wife, Sabina, suffered three years in a labor camp.

    In spite of these hardships, Richard and Sabina had an unshakeable faith in Christ. Wurmbrand explores the inspiring lives of Richard and Sabina urmbrand, combining their complete stories into a single volume for the first time. Your faith will be inspired as you go deep inside the darkest prison cells to see how the light of Christ continues to shine from the hearts of those totally committed to Him.

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  • Gospel Music Life

    $16.49

    What do Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Larry Gatlin, Barbara Mandrell, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Statler Brothers, and The Everly Brothers have in common? They were all influenced in their formative years by gospel music legends, The Blackwood Brothers Quartet!Billy Blackwood, the son of multi-Grammy Award winning, James Blackwood, Sr., tells the inside story of this gospel music dynasty, their formation and chart-topping career, their triumphs and tragedies. A Gospel Music Life takes us behind the scenes of one of the most influential families in American music history and reveals the personal struggles and subsequent reemergence of Billy Blackwood, the current leader of the Blackwood Brothers Quartet. “I have always looked at the Blackwood Brothers as the “Class” of gospel music. They have always been leaders and icons in the gospel music industry. I am so pleased that Billy is carrying on the tradition of the Blackwood Brothers.”Duane Allen, The Oak Ridge Boys”James Blackwood, R. W. Blackwood, Bill Shaw, Bill Lyles, and Jackie Marshall were at the center of my early musical development. James was one of the very best in our field and his son, Billy, is now carrying on the tradition. I love Billy’s heart and urgency in making sure the next generation understands the history and perseverance of this grand group. For all gospel quartet music lovers, this is a must read.”Bill Gaither, Gospel music artist, songwriter and historian”Billy Blackwood is not only a gifted musician who sings the gospel but he lives it. His must-read life heritage and story in gospel music is candidly transparent yet masterfully seasoned with God’s amazing grace. Billy’s redemptive journey is a real life-changer, from emptiness, brokenness and repentance, to faith, transformation and restoration.”Buddy SmithSenior Vice President, American Family Association, Tupelo, Mississippi BILLY BLACKWOOD has spent the majority of his life in music. Billy’s dad, James, was an original member of the Blackwood Brothers Quartet. The Blackwood Brothers began in Mississippi in the 1930’s and have taken gospel music around the world. They were an early influence on Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, the Statler Brothers, the Everly Brothers, Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, and many others. Billy began traveling with the Blackwood Brothers as a teenager, making the career switch to secular music in the mid-seventies as part of Voice, an opening act

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  • 100 Adventurous Stories For Brave Boys

    $16.99

    Boys are history-makers! And this deeply compelling storybook proves it!

    Boys are history-makers! And this deeply compelling storybook proves it! Just for boys in your life, this collection of 100 adventurous stories of Christian men–from the Bible, history, and today–will empower them to know and understand how men of great character have made an impact in the world and how much smaller our faith (and the biblical record) would be without them. Featuring full-page, colorful illustrations alongside the true stories of fascinating men like Daniel, Paul, John the Baptist, Billy Graham, Jim Elliot, James W. C. Pennington, Tony Dungy, Louis Zamperini, Sam Bradford, and dozens more, the stories of these 100 men will encourage and challenge boys to become the history-makers God created them to be!

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  • Living A Life Of Fire

    $29.00

    A Harvester Services Inc. Title

    Living a Life of Fire is more than simple facts about an evangelist’s life, it is filled with adventures from the heart of Africa, real life dramatic stories of people and places that will leave you on the edge of your seat, and powerful demonstrations of the Holy Spirit working in the here and now. Reinhard Bonnke’s life is a model for generations of preachers to come, and his story inspires Christians everywhere to believe for God’s maximum.

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  • Crutch Of Success

    $16.99

    Born in Korea in 1956 soon after the end of the Korean War, Steve Stirling was stricken with polio at age one when his father unknowingly brought the virus home after consoling a friend whose child had contracted the disease. Steve survived; the son of his father’s friend did not. Marital and financial struggles caused Steve’s father to leave him at an orphanage when he was five. Three weeks later, his three-year-old sister was left there as well.

    After four years, they were adopted by an American couple, Jim and Lynn Stirling, who settled in Anchorage, Alaska. The Stirlings now had seven children, all but one of whom was adopted.

    Steve’s legs were paralyzed but his mind was sharp. He excelled in school, earned degrees at Cornell and Northwestern universities, and married. He and his wife, Sook Hee, moved from city to city as Steve moved up the corporate ladder with several Fortune 500 companies. They had two children and plenty of money, but their marriage was not happy.

    Then they came to a saving faith in Jesus and their lives changed forever. They traveled to Korea and miraculously located Steve’s birth family. On a subsequent trip to visit the orphanage where he had grown up, Steve encountered a fellow handicapped orphan who had also become a Christian and his words caused Steve to rethink his life direction. He decided to shift his executive career away from the corporate world in order to devote his energies to nonprofit charities, working for World Vision and several others. Now he is the executive director for MAP (Medical Assistance Programs) International, based in Georgia, and spends as much time as possible spreading the gospel message as well as distributing medical assistance to developing countries. “For me, joining the MAP family feels like ‘coming home,'” he says. “It’s a culmination of my personal and professional life experiences.”

    A vial of polio vaccine costing sixty cents could have prevented Steve from contracting the disease.

    Steve’s favorite Bible verse is Ephesians 2:10: “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them” (nas). He sees God’s hand bringing all the elements of his life together perfectly for His purpose.

    “I believe God has called me to be the voice of millions of children who desperately need life-changing medicines,” Steve says. “He has given me these experiences, even polio, to prepare me to be used by Him. I’m not bit

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  • Faith Of Mike Pence

    $24.99

    The Faith of Mike Pence
    Mike Pence’s faith sets him apart and defines him as a man, a husband, a father, and the vice president of the United States of America. What is the influence of Pence’s faith upon history? Can he really apply biblical truths to political decisions? How does his faith define his role as a family man and a national leader? In this incredible book, the man emerges, not just because of faith, but because in finding faith, Pence has discovered who he is and has stepped forward to become the man God has called him to be.

    In this favorable look at the faith of the nation’s vice president, author Leslie Montgomery, who penned The Faith of Condoleezza Rice, details Pence’s spiritual journey and discusses how it shapes his role in everyday life. To understand his brand of faith, Montgomery traces his family legacy, his boyhood in Columbus, Indiana, his years as an Irish, Roman Catholic, and then how he gave his life to Jesus as his personal Savior as a freshman at Hanover College.

    Pence says, “When I went off to college, I made a personal decision that put my faith in Christ. And that’s been a defining characteristic of my life ever since.”

    Mike Pence is a devoted husband and father who has surrounded himself with men and women of faith and has made his commitment to Christ a key component in his life. Montgomery details encounters with numerous evangelistic leaders, including Billy Graham and James Dobson, that were pivotal in Pence’s spiritual growth. She also shows the role of Pence’s Christianity in running for various offices, implementing faith-based initiatives, and responding to 9/11, the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the infamous Anthrax scare in Congress that directly affected him.

    The Faith of Mike Pence is a powerful account of one of the most conservative vice presidents in American history, with exclusive interviews and insightful commentary from friends, family, and colleagues. It is a serious and moving reflection from one of America’s most admired and respected politicians.

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  • Confessions Of Saint Augustine

    $18.99

    The Confessions of St. Augustine has a special place among the world’s greatest books. As Augustine reflects upon his life in the light of Scripture and the presence of God, he reveals how you can find the way to rest securely in Jesus, discern good from evil, avoid false spiritual pursuits, and know the will of God. He begins with his infancy, pondering the many sins of his life before his conversion, and he confesses not only his sins but even more the greatness of God. Here is the timeless conflict between good and evil, portrayed through the life of one man who found spiritual growth and unshakable faith. Just as Augustine did, you can experience the unspeakable joy of being pure and righteous before God, regardless of your past.

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  • Tortured For Christ (DVD)

    $14.99

    As seen in theaters, be inspired by love and forgiveness that conquered Communist prisons. Pastor Richard Wurmbrand suffered 14 years of imprisonment and brutal torture, while his wife, Sabina, was treated as a slave in a labor camp. Their only “crimes” were their faith and witness for Jesus Christ. Through it all, they loved their enemies and sought to win their torturers for Christ. Filmed entirely on location in Romania, including in the very prison where Richard endured torture and solitary confinement, this is the cinematic retelling of one of the most powerfully inspiring and historically significant testimonies of all time.

    The Voice of the Martyrs presents the inspiring new movie Tortured for Christ, a cinematic retelling of the testimony of VOM founder Pastor Richard Wurmbrand as written in his international bestseller Tortured for Christ. This movie was produced to honor the 50th anniversary of the book’s 1967 release.

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  • Seeking Allah Finding Jesus

    $24.99

    In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, now expanded with new bonus content, Nabeel Qureshi describes his dramatic journey from Islam to Christianity, complete with friendships, investigations, and supernatural dreams along the way.

    Providing an intimate window into a loving Muslim home, Qureshi shares how he developed a passion for Islam before discovering, almost against his will, evidence that Jesus rose from the dead and claimed to be God. Unable to deny the arguments but not wanting to deny his family, Qureshi struggled with an inner turmoil that will challenge Christians, Muslims, and all those who are interested in the world’s greatest religions.

    Engaging and thought-provoking, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus tells a powerful story of the clash between Islam and Christianity in one man’s heart–and of the peace he eventually found in Jesus.

    The New York Times bestselling Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus has been expanded to include:

    -A revised foreword and introduction
    -A new afterword by Mark Mittelberg and reflection by Nabeel’s wife
    -A substantially extended epilogue that shares how Nabeel told his friend David of his decision to follow Christ, how his parents found out, and much more
    -Expert contributions from scholars and ministry leaders on each section of the book, contributions previously included only in the ebook edition
    -An appendix with a topical table of contents (for teaching from Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus)
    -An appendix tackling the objection that Ahmadi Muslims are not true Muslims
    -And a sneak peek prologue from Nabeel’s book, No God but One: Allah or Jesus?

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  • Devoted : Great Men And Their Godly Moms

    $12.99

    Challies

    History tells of women whose love for the Bible shaped its earliest and most prominent teachers. It tells of women who were great theologians, yet whose only students were their children. It tells, time and again, of Christian men who owe much to their godly mothers. Come take a brief look at eleven of them. from the church’s earliest days to now.

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  • Phyllis Tickle : A Life

    $29.95

    Authorized text, initiated with Phyllis Tickle’s active involvement – Covers the full range of her life and work By the time of her death in 2015, Phyllis Tickle was one of the most beloved and respected figures in American religious life, and her writing offers a unique combination of the down-to-earth, deep spirituality, and scholarship. In this comprehensive new volume, Jon Sweeney, official biographer of Tickle’s literary estate, explores every aspect of her life, a more than 50-year legacy of poetry; plays; literary, spiritual, and historical/theological work; and advocacy. Himself an author and editor in the religion field, Sweeney examines Tickle’s personal and professional roots, from her family, long marriage, and life on The Farm in Lucy, Tennessee, to early academic career and move into book publishing, where her role as founding editor of the Religion Department at Publishers Weekly influenced the growth of spiritual writing and interfaith understanding during the 1990s. Sweeney also looks at pivotal relationships with John Shelby Spong, Marcus Borg, and Brian McLaren, as well as her great influence on the increasing number who adopted fixed-hour prayer, the Episcopal Church as a whole, and the Emerging Church, for which she served as historian, forecaster, and champion. A look at her early, passionate advocacy for the LGBT community, lecture circuit controversies, and projects left unfinished completes the picture.

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  • Rise Above : My 500 Days Of Faith Forgiveness And Fighting Back

    $18.99

    A broken leg nearly ended Steve Zakuani’s career. But he came back stronger than ever. This book, drawn from journals written during his recovery, will give you a raw, honest look into Steve’s story.

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  • Banana Man

    $13.99

    The true story of how a demeaning nickname opened amazing doors for the gospel–and how you can overcome your own fears in sharing your faith.

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  • Blood Covenant Expanded Edition (Expanded)

    $24.99

    Mob boss Michael Franzese had it all–money, power, prestige. From the time he took a blood oath that bound him body and soul to New York’s Colombo crime family, Franzese became a force to be reckoned with in organized crime. Named one of the biggest moneymakers in the mob since Al Capone by Vanity Fair, he quickly crept into the upper echelon of Mafia authority in this country. By the age of thirty-five, he was the youngest mobster listed on Fortune magazine’s survey of the fifty most wealthy and powerful Mafia bosses in America. Then, he did the unthinkable: he quit the mob. Today, Michael is a Christian, finding his own Damascus Road that began with his wife Camille. The story of his conversion is a testament of God’s willingness to reach into the heart of any man regardless of their past or the present condition of their lives. In one of the most fascinating books ever written about today’s Mafia, Michael reveals the answers to the many mysteries surrounding his incredible life. Find out how and why he did what no one else managed to do–and live. Journey with Michael through a life defined by two blood covenants. The first bound him to the mob. The second set him free.

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  • Redemption At Hacksaw Ridge

    $24.99

    Remant Publications

    “When we go into combat, Doss, you’re not comin’ back alive. I’m gonna shoot you myself!”

    The men of the 77th Infantry Division couldn’t fathom why Private Desmond T. Doss would venture into the horrors of World War II without a single weapon to defend himself.

    “You’re nothing but a coward!” they said. But the soft-spoken medic insisted that his mission was to heal, not kill.

    This page-turner will keep you riveted to your seat as you discover how Desmond Doss became the first conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honor.

    Desmond’s dramatic true story of integrity, redemption, and heroism will inspire you to live by the courage of your convictions.

    * Original book that inspired Mel Gibson’s movie, Hacksaw Ridge
    * Story inspires faith, trust, courage, commitment, and dedication
    * An exciting true story of an incredible war hero

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  • Walking With C S Lewis A Companion Guide

    $19.99

    Walking with C. S. Lewis is an ideal guide for longtime Lewis fans and new readers alike to dive into the man, his works, and his impact alongside well-respected voices in the Lewis community. Each segment in this ten-segment video series focuses on a different book or topic in Lewis’ life, showing for each how the writings flowed out of Lewis’ life and thought. Professor Tony Ash also tells the story of his discovery of Lewis when he was a young man in transition and how Lewis has continued to shape his life and view of God in subsequent years. The richly detailed companion guide provides helpful summary of Lewis’ works and helps readers see the deeper connections between the books and the man who wrote them. In the video series, viewers will follow Professor Ash, seasoned biblical studies scholar and longtime Lewis aficionado, with many segments filmed on-location in Lewis’ Oxford. In the companion guide, Ryan Pemberton–former president of the Oxford University C. S. Lewis Society and author of Called: My Journey to C. S. Lewis’s House and Back Again provides an eloquent but accessible framework to better understand Lewis himself as well as a helpful supplementary discussion on many of his best-known works. The videos and companion guide are ideal for individual or group study, alongside one of his books or as a standalone inquiry into the man who has shaped the thought and faith of so many readers.

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  • Gods Generals The Martyrs

    $29.99

    In his sixth God’s Generals volume, Roberts Liardon chronicles some of the great martyrs for the faith-and some of the lesser-known ones. Their inspirational testimony, acts of courage, and even seasons of doubt both encourage and point awareness toward the persecuted church of the twenty-first century.

    The book includes profiles on…
    *Apostle Paul and Stephen the Faithful (c. 100 AD)
    *Polycarp of Smyrna, Justin Martyr, and Ignatius of Antioch (c. 100-175 AD)
    *Perpetua, Blandina, and Irenaeus and Fabian (c. 175-350 AD)
    *William Tyndale, John Wyclyffe, Patrick Hamilton, and John Hus (c. 1300-1530)
    *Anne Askew, John Foxe, Hugh Latimer, and Thomas Cranmer (c. 1530-1560)
    *Martyrs from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
    *Dietrich Bonhoeffer, John and Betty Stam, and Jim Elliot (c. 1900-1950)
    *Wang Zhiming, Gaspar Makil, and Archbishop Oscar Romero (c. 1950-1990)
    *Martyrs from the twenty-first century, in regions such as the Philippines, Iraq, Libya, and Syria

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  • Bonhoeffer : Pastor Nazi Resistor Martyr (DVD)

    $19.95

    Bonhoeffer is the compelling true story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German theologian who was imprisoned and killed by the Nazis for his connection to the German Resistance and their failed attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Heavily influenced by the death of his brother in World War I and the teachings of Swiss theologian Karl Barth, Bonhoeffer commits his life at a young age to studying the teachings of Christ as found in the Bible and being a man of faith, even in the midst of incredible darkness.

    Featuring rare archival footage, interviews with family members and former students like Eberhard Bethge, and the voice of Klaus Maria Brandauer (Out of Africa), this powerfully moving documentary sheds light on his underground seminary, his travels to America and Harlem that had a profound impact on his feelings toward social injustice, his calls to change the world for better, and his noble response to Nazi Germany as a Christian.

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  • Unexpected Journeys : My Search For Adventure Love And Redemption On The Ot

    $15.99

    Unexpected Journeys is a spiritual memoir about a twenty-something who walks away from a hectic life and into a three-month adventure to the Asia-Pacific that both grabs his wonder and forces him inward to confront his deep-set fears, painful memories, and dark questions about himself, those closest to him, and God.

    Paul’s travels take him from Bali to Thailand to India; from surfing to scooters to red light districts; from an anguished reunion with his brother, to a lonely isolation in paradise, to companionship from unlikely locals; from the extravagant love of an orphanage, to the end of a precious relationship.

    On the journey, Paul gradually lowers his straight-A expectations of himself. God loosens his emotional stoicism, sets free his shame, and unclamps a visceral fear that anything-anything at all-could deaden his divine calling to thoroughly, beautifully live life.

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  • Love Is Something You Do

    $15.99

    On January 12, 2010, a 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck the country of Haiti.

    The world watched in horror the news reports of the devastation. Immediately responding to the catastrophe were Love A Child ministry founders Bobby and Sherry Burnette, who had somehow escaped death. In the days following, they came to believe they had been spared in order to minister to the desperate needs all around them.

    When the earthquake hit, Bobby and Sherry had served in Haiti for many years. Love Is Something You Do is the extraordinary narrative of the Burnettes’ lifelong journey of faith and compassion. If you love a great story, find a place to settle in and read one fascinating account after another. Travel the path that led them to Haiti; a land of mountains, colorful cultures, and insightful proverbs, but also of extreme poverty, oppressive voodoo, and despair. Experience their early years in street ministry, their life-threatening adventures and accidents, their incidents of miraculous healings and financial provision, and their standoffs with witch doctors and evil spirits. Above all, be renewed by their message of hope and peace, through which they continue to transform people’s lives spiritually, physically, educationally, and vocationally; giving Haitians a life of dignity and purpose they had never dreamed possible.

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