WE HAVE RELEASED 25 NEW TITLES SO FAR THIS YEAR.
HERE’S A QUICK RECAP OF THEM ALL.
When the heart is filled with rage, sensuality, or pride, sexual fantasy all too easily leads to acts that were previously unimaginable. Biblical counselor John Street takes a hard look at the underlying idolatries that lead even Christians to commit egregious sexual sins. And he shows how Christ gives men and women abundant grace and strength to say no to the fleshly desires and humbly live for him.
Whether you think of yourself as a Calvinist or not, your understanding of “Calvinism” probably involves some ambiguity. Written for those in high school and up, Jim Orrick’s fresh, evangelistic explanation gets to the heart of the matter, taking us back to the Bible to examine what we mean when we talk about total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and the perseverance of the saints—and why those ideas matter.
Simonetta chronicles her experiences of caring for a son with schizophrenia, along with all the struggles, questions, and fervent prayer that went with it. But this isn’t one person’s story. She has provided information and wisdom from psychiatrists, pastors, parents, and people who successfully live with schizophrenia, uncovering the gospel in each situation and sharing hard-won insights on how to care and advocate for those we love.
Does God feel far off and unconcerned—or even against you? Abby Hutto presents thirteen stories about Jesus from John’s gospel that dispel our distrust and confusion by narrating through Jesus who God truly is. She interweaves testimonials from modern-day believers with further Scripture and discussion questions to assure us that God is for us and longs to draw our confused, distrusting hearts to himself.
Many hymns are powerful works of devotional poetry—displaying levels of artistry that we easily miss when simply singing through them. This anthology invites us to slow down and experience them as poems, with English professor Leland Ryken providing historical background, literary analysis, and a complementary Scripture text. The result is a wonderfully devotional and poetic study of the Christian life.
Providing historical background and inspiring stories of God-honoring workers, Daniel Doriani explains the Bible’s teaching on the nature, glory, misery, and eventual restoration of work. You will learn what it means to be faithful at work, even in risky places, and what steps you can take to transform your workplace and the world. Work matters. And because it matters, it’s worth reforming. God knows the good you do when you work faithfully, even if you don’t see it yourself.
Christians are at war with an enemy who delights in rendering believers powerless, ruining their testimonies, and destroying their lives. But are we taking Satan seriously? Are we on guard against his agenda? Here respected pastor-scholars shine the light of Scripture on our ancient foe and how he operates, equipping you to “resist the devil” in the power of Christ.
A God-Man, a Holy Spirit, a breathtaking sacrifice, an unbreakable bond, a daily fight, an unshakable hope . . . each is indispensable to our salvation and to the shape and purpose of our daily lives. Do we understand their true importance? Pastor David Cassidy’s engaging, conversational exploration of the essentials of the Christian faith brings clarity and hope amid the confusion and uncertainty of daily life.
In The Peter Principle, Dr. Laurence J. Peter argued that competent employees are promoted until they reach positions where they are incompetent. Peter Lillback, president of Westminster Theological Seminary, uses the apostle Peter’s life and writings, his own personal experiences, and spiritual exercises to guide people to be better leaders in any arena—thinking through their relationships, productivity, management style, communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, integrity, and more.
When we fear other people more than we fear God, we become anxious slaves to their approval. But we don’t have to compete to be loved—we just have to understand the extent of our people-pleasing problem and embrace its biblical solution. Pastor Zach Schlegel uses meditations on God’s Word, reflection questions, and practical action steps to guide you toward the peace that comes from fearing God alone.
Does God truly love you? Are you really saved? Your doubts can’t be resolved simply with new or better information but by growing your confidence in God’s heart for you—he is not threatened by your fears! This month-long devotional, with reflection questions and practical action points, draws on the promises of God’s Word to assure you of his gracious love and care.
“Thirty-five-plus years of counseling leads me to this statistical conclusion: approximately one out of one people struggle with anger.” In this month-long devotional, biblical counselor Robert Jones guides you through Scripture’s teaching on anger: what it is, how to overcome it, and what behaviors to put in its place. Daily reflection questions and practical action steps help you to apply God’s Word to your life. Learn how to calm your heart, reconcile with others, and grow in grace.
The book of 2 Kings is the tale of two kingdoms—Israel and Judah—and the story of a prophet greater than Elijah, Elisha son of Shaphat. It has everyday relevance as it shows God’s concern for people in serious need as well as the consequences of idolatry. Philip Ryken traces its overarching narrative, connects it to Christ, and explores its applications for Christians today.
The priesthood of all believers is a doctrine with great practical implications for all Christians. Many times, though, it is overlooked when the community of a church downplays the importance of each member’s unique ministry. Pastor Craig Troxel first lays a foundation on Christ’s priesthood and then charts an approach for living out our own priesthood every day.
For all its joys, motherhood includes its share of trials and discouragements. One brief chapter at a time, Christina Fox examines a range of situations through the lens of the gospel: who Christ is and what he has done for us. Whatever you are going through, she shows that the gospel meets you where you are with life-giving, soul-saturating hope. Prayers at the end of each chapter apply the truths of the gospel to a variety of motherhood’s challenges.
Matching wits with the Übel and Corsairs, the Wikk kids learn to rely on Creator as they use Bible clues, artifacts, and maps to reach their quest’s final destination: the mysterious planet of Ursprung. But when the young Wikks fall into enemy hands, they are forced to tell all they know. Will the enemy use this information to silence the Truth forever? Fighting weaponized tyrannosaurs and even speeding up time, friends and foes race bring the Truth to light once and for all.
The book of Daniel has a familiar beginning and a daunting close. Compromised as we are by the world around us, we need the good news: one greater than Daniel has perfectly lived a life of exile on our behalf. This Reformed Expository Bible Study gives groups and individuals thirteen lessons that focus on observing and understanding the text—making connections to the rest of the Bible and to Reformed theology. Lessons close with personal application and a prayer prompt.
James: Portrait of a Living Faith, A 13-Lesson Study by Jon Nielson
The book of James rewards thoughtful study, overflowing with literary simplicity and theological depth. Moreover, it contains the gracious wisdom of God for daily life. This Reformed Expository Bible Study gives groups and individuals thirteen lessons that focus on observing and understanding the text—making connections to the rest of the Bible and to Reformed theology. Lessons close with personal application and a prayer prompt.
Galatians: The Gospel of Free Grace, A 13-Lesson Study by Jon Nielson
Paul wrote Galatians to liberate us from performance-based religion: justification is by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone. This Reformed Expository Bible Study gives groups and individuals thirteen lessons that focus on observing and understanding the text—making connections to the rest of the Bible and to Reformed theology. Lessons close with personal application and a prayer prompt.
What are a Christian’s civic responsibilities, and why? Christ and the Kingdoms of Men helps readers to become more politically thoughtful and circumspect in their use of public authority, consciously looking to and depending on King Jesus. David Innes, a professor of politics, provides a principled political theology for understanding our civic “life together,” Christian and non-Christian, in God’s world.
If you struggle with anxiety as a mom, Sara Wallace wants you to know you’re not alone. She provides practical tips and shows how to trust God in ten critical, and stressful, areas—from personal insecurities to our children’s spiritual well-being. Ultimately, she draws on the specific, practical comfort found in God’s Word, helping you to embrace this season with peace and confidence.
God’s presence among his people set him apart from ancient pagan gods. His presence on earth as God Incarnate split history in two. And today his presence is one of the most significant means of his goodness to us. Interweaving her story of faith and doubt amid suffering, Glenna traces the theme of God’s presence from Genesis to Revelation and shows what it means for us in our own daily joys and struggles.
Matthew 27:51–54 and 28:1–10 focus on Christ’s death and resurrection. These texts must be read together in order to understand their theological significance. Over time, however, interpreters have separated these two pericopae, seeing 27:51–54 as the theological interpretation of the resurrection scene described in 28:1–10. This book proposes a literary reading that properly interprets Matthew 27:51–54 in light of the entire death-resurrection scene instead of seeing it as an isolated occurrence.
Over the past fifty years, the biblical counseling and church planting movements made great advances. Surprisingly, however, these movements interacted little over this time. Rush Witt aims to strengthen church plants by offering a strategy for incorporating biblical counseling ministry within church-plant DNA, helping planters to cultivate a culture of change, establish organizational structures, and equip ministry leaders to care for souls.
What is the mission of the church? Some answers include extensive responsibilities for the church in broader society. Other answers are more wary of expanding the scope of our God-given mission beyond explicit biblical parameters. While affirming a God-given mission to do good in society, this study examines the larger covenantal structure of Scripture as crucial for understanding both the extent and boundaries of this mission.