Now is the time to stock up on gifts for the upcoming holidays. Grab these great books at great prices while you can!


Anointed with the Spirit and Power: The Holy Spirit’s Empowering Presence by JOHN D. HARVEY

Traces the theme of Holy Spirit empowerment from Genesis to Revelation, giving special attention to the Spirit’s involvement in the life, ministry, and mission of Jesus Christ.

#017-2, paperback, $14.99, SALE $3.00

Christic Baptism and Patristic Baptism: An Inquiry into the Meaning of the Word as Determined by the Usage of the Holy Scriptures and Patristic Writings by JAMES W. DALE

An inquiry into the meaning of ‘baptizo’ in the holy Scriptures and patristic writings.

#234-0, paperback, $19.99, SALE $3.00

Johannic Baptism: An Inquiry into the Meaning of the Word as Determined by the Usage of the Holy Scriptures by JAMES W. DALE

An inquiry into the meaning of ‘baptizo’ in the Holy Scriptures.

#232-6, paperback, $19.99, SALE $3.00

John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings, Vol. 1 by JOHN M. FRAME

A collection of short, pointed essays from John Frame stating some of his teachings in theological method, apologetics, and the Christian life. Includes an introduction to his signature concept of “perspectivalism.”

#731-7, paperback, $16.99, SALE $4.00

John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings, Volume 3 by JOHN FRAME

Frame’s short, pointed essays give insights into battles within the Reformed camp, clarify theological concepts, and introduce some of his main ideas in theological method, apologetics, and the Christian life.

#189-8, paperback, $22.99, SALE $4.00

Kingdoms Apart: Engaging the Two Kingdoms Perspective by RYAN C. MCILHENNY

This project focuses on the two competing positions rooted in the Reformed tradition: neo-Calvinism, a nineteenth-century school of thought associated with the Calvinist polymath Abraham Kuyper, and the Two Kingdoms perspective.

#435-4, paperback, $24.99, SALE $4.00

Life Everlasting: The Unfolding Story of Heaven by DAN C. BARBER & ROBERT A. PETERSON

Life Everlasting is about heaven—our final salvation. In looking forward to our participation in the new heavens and new earth, we often seek information in the wrong places, so what does the Bible actually say?

#165-0, paperback, $17.99, SALE $3.00

The Nearness of God: His Presence with His People by J. LANIER BURNS

Christianity is unique because of the intimate nature of the relationship between God and his people. Develops the Christ-centeredness throughout Scripture by keynoting the Son’s incarnation in John’s gospel.

#056-1, paperback, $17.99, SALE $3.00

Waiting for the Land: The Story Line of the Pentateuch by ARIE C. LEDER

Leder demonstrates how the Israelites’ waiting for their Promised Land should reshape our reading of the Pentateuch as a coherent and progressive story and should aff ect our waiting for heaven.

#196-1, paperback, $17.99, SALE $3.00 


Come, Let Us Reason Together: The Unity of Jews and Gentiles in the Church by BARUCH MAOZ

Baruch Maoz offers a better way to retain Jewish cultural identity without losing fellowship with other Christians.

#406-4, paperback, $19.99, SALE $4.00

Consider the Lilies: A Plea for Creational Theology by T. M. MOORE

An artful introduction to creational theology, the discovery and celebration of God’s glory through what he has made. Helps us to develop skills for doing theology with the world around us.

#716-1, paperback, $16.99, SALE $2.00

God the Real Superpower: Rethinking Our Role in Missions by J. NELSON JENNINGS

Jennings analyzes our multifaceted assumptions about missions, suggesting constructive perspectives of God, ourselves, and others.

#023-3, paperback, $21.99, SALE $2.00

Keep Going: Overcoming Doubts about Your Faith by NEIL MARTIN

Keep Going offers practical help to Christians struggling with their beliefs. It deals frankly, thoroughly, sympathetically, and biblically with questions about assurance, judgment, biblical authenticity, and the existence of God.

#087-5, paperback, $16.99, SALE $3.00 

Christian Living

Discovering the Joy of a Clear Conscience by CHRISTOPHER ASH

Ash examines what the conscience is, what a guilty conscience tells us, the choice our conscience presents us, and the conscience’s role as a guide, to offer us the pure joy of a clear conscience day after day.

#703-4, paperback, $12.99, SALE $2.00

Domesticated Jesus by HARRY L. KRAUS JR.

We all “domesticate” Jesus by letting him into our lives only until we feel threatened. Kraus provides a hard-hitting look at this atrocity, challenging us to see Jesus as the treasure he truly is.

#185-8, paperback, $11.99, SALE $2.00

Fools Rush In Where Monkeys Fear to Tread: Taking Aim at Everyone by CARL R. TRUEMAN

A collection of the best of Carl Trueman’s articles on church and culture. This is a compelling, challenging, and sometimes uproarious look at how the world and the church intersect.

#405-7, paperback, $14.99, SALE $3.00

Gospel-Powered Humility by WILLIAM P. FARLEY

Humility, while essential for conversion and sanctification, may be the least emphasized virtue. Farley shows how ours is a humbling gospel, stressing the need for a ministry that promotes humility.

#240-4, paperback, $12.99, SALE $2.00 

Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t) by DOUGLAS BOND

When the church downplays the gospel, it breeds its own assassins: moralists who yawn at the notion of free grace in Christ alone. Sounding the alarm, Bond offers encouragement and biblical solutions.

#743-0, paperback, $12.99, SALE $4.00

I Will Be Your God: How God’s Covenant Enriches Our Lives by T. M. MOORE

Provides a clear, compelling look at God’s covenant and encourages a more covenantal outlook and lifestyle on the part of Christian men and women.

#558-7, paperback, $13.99, SALE $3.00

Prayer PathWay: Journeying in a Life of Prayer by KATHI LAMBRIDES WESTLUND

Do you lack a personal prayer routine? Structured around the mnemonic PRAYERS, Westlund’s guide uses eternal biblical truth, timeless wisdom from sages, and practical tools to inspire you to succeed.

#242-0, hardcover, $22.99, SALE $5.00

The Problem of Good: When the World Seems Fine without God edited by D. MARION CLARK

These essays tackle questions raised by God’s common grace: Do moral non-Christians really need the gospel? How do we respond to impressive non-Christian contributions to culture and society?

#870-3, paperback, $14.99, SALE $5.00

Small Things, Big Things: Inspiring Stories of Everyday Grace by MICHAEL A. MILTON

Milton takes you on a journey through experiences, events, relationships, and private recollections—all pursuing the goal of finding God’s grace at work in everyday life.

#145-2, paperback, $12.99, SALE $3.00

Songs in the Night: How God Transforms Our Pain to Praise by MICHAEL A. MILTON

A warm, pastoral, and personal guide to seeking the God of all comfort in the midst of our pain. Learn how painful experiences can bring us hope, togetherness, and salvation.

#221-3, paperback, $14.99, SALE $3.00

Teaching for a Change: A Transformational Approach to Education by NORMAN DE JONG

Reveals the need for a more biblical, Christian philosophy of education in a country that has become secular. A look at the basic truths that should mold our educational endeavors.

#176-3, paperback, $14.99, SALE $3.00

What My Golden Retriever Taught Me about God by RHONDA MCRAE

Does God care about his creatures? Does he care about you? Sadie, a golden retriever, gives us a hint in this beautiful story of dog and master.

#163-6, hardcover, $11.99, SALE $2.00

Where Is God in All of This?: Finding God’s Purpose in Our Suffering by DEBORAH HOWARD

Take a biblical look at the ways God uses suffering to mold us into who he intends us to be. Shows us how to see suff ering through a spiritual lens.

#124-7, paperback, $9.99, SALE $2.00

Church Ministry

Divided We Fall: Overcoming a History of Christian Disunity by LUDER G. WHITLOCK JR.

Whitlock explores God’s desire for Christian unity—a true ecumenism. He overviews the history of Christianity, particularly its schisms and agreements, and points us toward the necessity of God-honoring fellowship.

#192-6, paperback, $14.99, SALE $4.00

Finding a Vision for Your Church: Assembly Required by MICHAEL A. MILTON

Tested, biblical ideas to get everyone in the church involved in helping the congregation to grow. Each chapter develops an awareness, provides questions for review, and includes prayers by elders and ministers.

#438-5, paperback, $14.99, SALE $2.00 

God’s Lyrics: Rediscovering Worship through Old Testament Songs by DOUGLAS SEAN O’DONNELL

O’Donnell examines the significance of Old Testament songs and shows, through the person and work of Jesus Christ, how the lyrics of God’s Word apply to congregational singing today.

#172-8, paperback, $15.99, SALE $4.00 

Let the Earth Hear His Voice: Strategies for Overcoming Bottlenecks in Preaching God’s Word by GREG R. SCHARF

Preachers speak for God. Do they do so faithfully and clearly? Scharf gives diagnoses, strategies, and exercises for overcoming eight common bottlenecks that (humanly speaking) can clog a sermon’s message.

#042-6, paperback, $17.99, SALE $3.00 

On the Brink: Grace for the Burned-Out Pastor by CLAY WERNER

Pastors and church leaders, are you physically exhausted and mentally and spiritually spent? Are you ready to throw in the towel and sit on the sidelines?

#898-7, paperback, $12.99, SALE $2.00

Our Creed: For Every Culture and for Every Generation by MARK G. JOHNSTON

Presents the Apostles’ Creed in a fresh and appealing manner that speaks to our postmodern culture. The perfect tool for membership classes, small groups, and Sunday school.

#448-4, paperback, $11.99, SALE $3.00

The Prayer of Jehoshaphat: Seeing beyond Life’s Storms by STANLEY D. GALE

Develops King Jehoshaphat’s prayer in 2 Chronicles 20 to give us focus, stability, strength, courage, and direction in times of great distress.

#062-2, paperback, $12.99, SALE $2.00 

Sermons That Shaped America: Reformed Preaching from 1630 to 2001 edited by WILLIAM S. BARKER & SAMUEL T. LOGAN JR.

An anthology of 18 sermons preached in American pulpits between 1630 and 2001 from Cotton to Keller. These sermons possess historical signifi cance and spiritual power.

#003-2, paperback, $19.99, SALE $5.00

Should We Leave Our Churches?: A Biblical Response to Harold Camping by J. LIGON DUNCAN III & MARK R. TALBOT

A concise critique of the view that the institutional church, guilty of apostasy, should disband, ceasing its clerical ministries and its administration of the sacraments.

#788-8, paperback, $5.99, SALE $2.00

What Is Your Church’s Personality?: Discovering and Developing the Ministry Style of Your Church by PHILIP D. DOUGLASS

Th is book examines how churches differ in their size, structure, and purpose, but they also differ in ministry style. They differ in the same way that two people do.

#022-6, paperback, $19.99, SALE $2.00


God’s Servant Job: A Poem with a Promise by DOUGLAS BOND

God’s Servant Job tells the story of God’s faithful servant Job in verse. This beautifully illustrated book explains foundational theology for younger children as it points to a glorious Redeemer.

#734-8, paperback, $9.99, SALE $2.00

The Great Escape: 40 Faith-Building Lessons from History by CHRISTINE FARENHORST

Educational devotionals based on historical people and events, with insightful questions at the end of each. They encourage families to talk about what God has done in their lives and in the lives of historical Christians.

#729-1, paperback, $9.99, SALE $2.00

The Huddle: Becoming a Champion for Life by SHAWN BROWER

The Huddle comprehensively prepares and equips high-school and college-level athletes to be successful on the field and, using the metaphor of a team huddle, in their relationships and all of life.

#668-6, paperback, $14.99, SALE $2.00

Biblical Reference

The Imitation of Christ in the Gospel of Luke: Growing in Christlike Love for God and Neighbor by C. D. “JIMMY” AGAN III

Using Luke’s Gospel, Jimmy Agan demonstrates that we can—and must—follow Christ’s example if we embrace him as savior, and anchors this teaching to a sound, Reformed, biblical interpretation.

#216-9, paperback, $17.99, SALE $3.00

Jesus and His Enemies by PAUL YEULETT

Paul Yeulett examines the opposition Jesus encountered—demonic, political, religious, emotional, physical, and spiritual—and helps us understand why it faced him and continues to face us today.

#832-1, paperback, $12.99, SALE $3.00

Bible Study


A meaningful and encouraging study of God’s grand story of grace helps you to see where your own story fits. Engaging questions allow you to apply not only the study, but the entire story itself, to your own life. Unique sections help you to engage Scripture and live out the gospel in your own story.

Learning God’s Story of Grace, Vol. 1

#243-5, spiral, $12.99, SALE $2.00

Living God’s Story of Grace, Vol. 2

#439-2, spiral, $12.99, SALE $2.00

Loving in God’s Story of Grace, Vol. 3

#847-5, spiral, $12.99, SALE $2.00

Psalms of Promise: Celebrating the Majesty and Faithfulness of God, 2nd Ed. by E. CALVIN BEISNER

In this devotional exposition of nineteen select psalms. Beisner explores what the Psalms tell us about the character of God and his relationship with his people—his covenant of grace.

#107-7, paperback, $10.99, SALE $2.00

Treasures of Faith: Living Boldly in View of God’s Promises by CHUCK & SHARON BETTERS

Chuck and Sharon Betters have learned to let go of attachments to this life and, in faith, serve God in a broken world.

#096-4, paperback, $12.99, SALE $3.00

Leader’s Guide (Treasures of Faith)

#094-0, paperback, $11.99, SALE $2.00


Prodigal Press: Confronting the Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media, Revised and Updated by MARVIN OLASKY & WARREN COLE SMITH

This book reveals how the American news media shifted from a Christian worldview to secular humanism, radically altering what the media covers and how it is reported.

#597-9, paperback, $17.99, SALE $3.00

Redeeming Pop Culture: A Kingdom Approach by T. M. MOORE

Helps us understand popular culture, which confronts and challenges us daily. Fosters an appreciation of this phenomenon without compromising our calling to seek first the kingdom of God.

#576-1, paperback, $11.99, SALE $2.00

Reformed Traditions

B. B. Warfield: Essays on His Life and Thought edited by GARY L. W. JOHNSON

A multicontributor work with chapters covering Warfi eld’s life, his view of biblical inspiration, relations to Machen and the fundamentalists, his supposed rationalism, racial attitudes, and the Briggs trial.

#037-0, paperback, $19.99, SALE $4.00

The Piety of John Calvin edited by FORD LEWIS BATTLES

An anthology that promotes “a warm personal grasp” of Calvin. Collectively shows the Christian life as Calvin understood it by including his prayers, poetry, prose, and music for his psalms.

#059-9, paperback, $19.99, SALE $4.00

Dictionary of the Presbyterian & Reformed Tradition in America by D. G. HART

Over 375 entries cover the ideas, events, people, movements, practices, institutions, and denominations that have made up this tradition from the earliest days to now.

#021-9, paperback, $16.99, SALE $4.00

The Essential Trinity: New Testament Foundations and Practical Relevance edited by BRANDON D. CROWE and CARL R. TRUEMAN

With a special focus on the New Testament corpus, The Essential Trinity explores this vital doctrine and shows how it leads to useful, practical application in life and ministry.

#298-7, paperback, $19.99, SALE $4.00

Eyes to See, Ears to Hear: Essays in Memory of J. Alan Groves by PETER ENNS, DOUGLAS J. GREEN, & MICHAEL B. KELLY

J. Alan Groves was a pioneer of modern biblical studies who used computers to analyze the Hebrew Old Testament. Th ese articles have been collected to honor his work.

#122-3, paperback, $24.99, SALE $3.00

A Faith Once Delivered: Essays in Honor of Dr. Wayne R. Spear edited by ANTHONY T. SELVAGGIO

Covers theological topics at the core of the Westminster Confession’s theology, such as justification, adoption, the kingship of Christ, the doctrine of Scripture, covenant theology, the atonement, and Christian liberty.

#020-2, paperback, $22.99, SALE $3.00 

For the World: Essays in Honor of Richard L. Pratt Jr. edited by JUSTIN S. HOLCOMB & GLENN LUCKE

This volume in honor of Richard broadly covers his lifelong themes of biblical studies, theological studies, hermeneutics, the kingdom of God, ministry training, missions, evangelism, and biblical education for the world.

#728-7, paperback, $17.99, SALE $4.00

George Whitefield: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought by JAMES L. SCHWENK

A concise overview of the life and writings of preacher and missionary George Whitefield. Includes excerpts from Whitefield’s personal correspondence with John Wesley as well as three full-length sermons.

#521-4, paperback, $14.99, SALE $3.00

The Hope Fulfilled: Essays in Honor of O. Palmer Robertson edited by ROBERT L. PENNY

Does the gospel of Christ have a future in our increasingly secular world? J. Gresham Machen pondered that question in the writings that comprise this thought-provoking booklet.

#115-5, paperback, $29.99, SALE $2.00 

Letters from the Front: J. Gresham Machen’s Correspondence from World War I transcribed and edited by BARRY WAUGH

In World War I, J. Gresham Machen left his teaching position to work with the YMCA behind the trenches. Read transcriptions of his correspondence with family.

#479-8, paperback, $24.99, SALE $5.00

Letters of Geerhardus Vos edited by JAMES T. DENNISON JR.

Geerhardus Vos was a pioneer in biblical theology. Dennison, a well-known Vos scholar, collects for the first time all of Vos’s extant letters, many written to such luminaries as Abraham Kuyper, Herman Bavinck, B. B. Warfield, and J. Gresham Machen.

#187-9, hardcover, $29.99, SALE $5.00

“Right Reason” and the Princeton Mind: An Unorthodox Proposal by PAUL K. HELSETH

Examination of the Old Princetonians’ writings, showing what Alexander, Hodge, Warfield, and others actually believed regarding the power of reason.

#143-8, paperback, $21.99, SALE $2.00 

Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John M. Frame edited by JOHN J. HUGHES

A festschrift honoring Frame’s career in seminary teaching that analyzes his work in the fields of theology, apologetics, ethics, worship, the church, and others.

#164-3, hardcover, $59.99, SALE $10.00

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