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Ask any 12-year-old kid to describe a hero, and you will get some of the following answers: a superstar athlete, a soldier on the front lines, or a guy in a cape who can jump over buildings. Most of our “heroes” are related to human achievement and glory, but the Bible has a very different concept. The list of people who were great in God’s eyes might shock you. This devotional book is about their stories. The 90 devotions feature the qualities... more...

Life isn’t easy just because you’re a kid. Maybe you know how tough it can be. Bad things sometimes happen that make you feel sad, afraid, lonely, or confused. In those times, you often need encouragement, wise advice, or help trusting in God in order to feel better. Streams in the Desert for Kids is a year-long book of devotions to help you when things seem hard. It is based on a famous book written many years ago―but this book is... more...

We don't live the way we could, but we have the capacity to activate and enter into a more evolved way of being human. In this wide-ranging survey of spiritual insight, healer Jane Katra and physicist Russell Targ demystify consciousness transformation by showing how centuries of wisdom teachings ---from the ancient Indian Vedas and Christian Gnosticism to modern quantum physics and Centering Prayer---all point to a common experience of realizing one's... more...

In this 365-Day devotional, Joyce Meyer, #1 New York Times bestselling author, helps readers achieve a more confident, joyful life by growing closer in their relationship with God.Everyday life can be demanding; it's easy to become distracted by so many things that seem important. But in order to lead a fulfilling life, you have to make time daily for what's most important--your relationship with God. In CLOSER TO GOD EACH DAY, Joyce Meyer, #1 New York... more...

This book analyzes literary writings and inquisitorial testimonies produced by individuals of Jewish heritage who lived in the Iberian Atlantic during the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and the role they played in the expansion of the Ib


Lisa Gungor thought she knew her own story: small-town girl meets boy in college and they blissfully walk down the aisle into happily ever after. Their Christian faith was their lens and foundation for everything—their marriage, their music, their dreams for the future. But as their dreams began to come true, she began to wonder if her religion was really representative of the ‘good news’ she had been taught. She never expected... more...

In Intangible Spirits and Graven Images, Michael Shenkar offers a comprehensive treatment of divine iconography in pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia.

What does it look like to love your husband well, according to the Bible? It doesn’t mean being a “perfect” wife. After all, if we were perfect, we wouldn’t need Jesus! And it doesn’t mean living up to every single one of your husband’s expectations―nowhere in the Bible will you find a command to give up who God created you to be in favor of who your husband wants you to be. So what does it mean? Dare to Love Your Husband Well is an... more...

Celebrating the Seasons offers daily non-Scriptural readings from the Christian tradition for every day of the Christian Year. A companion volume to Celebrating the Saints, it offers extracts from classical spiritual writings across the breadth of Christian history, with a particular emphasis on the work of early church Fathers. Writers featured include Augustine, Basil the Great, Columbanus, Francis of Assisi, Julian of Norwich, Richard Hooker, George... more...

Daily readings from a wide range of sources from the first to the twenty-first centuries reflect a spirituality that is distincively Anglican in its breadth and depth. The writers are from across the centuries - St Ephrem of Syria, Benedict, Anslem, Margery Kempe, George Herbert, R S Thomas, and Rowan Williams