Upcoming April and May Releases

Here is the list of our upcom­ing books that will be released in April and May.


APRIL

Give Them Truth: Teach­ing Eter­nal Truths to Young Minds by Starr Meade

224 pages | List Price: $14.99 | Paperback

Sum­mary: How do you pre­pare your kids for life’s ups and downs? How do you push back the harm­ful mes­sages of our cul­ture? How do you help your kids get to know God?

Starr Meade encour­ages par­ents to impart a robust the­ol­ogy to their chil­dren, a firm knowl­edge of God that will pre­pare them for what­ever life has in store. When we impart the eter­nal truths of Scrip­ture to our chil­dren, we give them some­thing to love and live by.

Like math and sci­ence, read­ing and gram­mar, piano lessons and soc­cer prac­tice, God’s Word takes time to learn and under­stand. Where do par­ents and teach­ers begin? Here is a resource that will guide you and your chil­dren into the core doc­trines of the Chris­t­ian faith. Along the way, you will find that teach­ing your kids about God deep­ens your own under­stand­ing. It’s never to late to learn, so jump with them head­first into the bib­li­cal and doc­tri­nal knowl­edge they need.

The New Man: Becom­ing a Man After God’s Heart by Daniel M. Doriani

320 pages | List Price: $14.99 Paper­back

Sum­mary: Dan Dori­ani under­stands the chal­lenges of being a man, and he knows you don’t need more man-made lists to excel as a hus­band, father, or leader. The new man in Christ is shaped by know­ing God through his Word, because the way of a godly man is the way of his God.

With a focus on hon­ing char­ac­ter rather than fol­low­ing tech­niques, Dori­ani seeks out the bib­li­cal pat­tern for mas­culin­ity that tran­scends cul­ture. Dis­cover how you can reflect God’s char­ac­ter in mar­riage, friend­ships, wealth, work, fit­ness, play, and more. You won’t find check­lists for self-improvement (or three ways to grill a steak), but you will find clar­ity, insight, hon­esty, encour­age­ment, and free­dom in the Man who is ulti­mately our Sav­ior, not just our exam­ple. You’ll even find ideas for games to play with your kids!

Each chap­ter includes ques­tions for group study or dis­cus­sion with spouses. This is a revised and expanded edi­tion of The Life of a God-Made Man (Cross­way, 2001).

Piety: The Heart­beat of Reformed The­ol­ogy by Joel R. Beeke

40 pages | List Price: $4.99 | Book­let

Sum­mary: When was the last time you thought about being pious? The word tends to make us think of hav­ing a “holier-than-thou” atti­tude. But this neg­a­tive view strays far from piety’s begin­nings. Joel Beeke reclaims the Reform­ers’ vision for an attrac­tive piety rooted in the knowl­edge of God and our union with Christ. Focus­ing on both mind and soul, he offers prac­ti­cal ways to cul­ti­vate a vibrant piety, help­ing you grow in Christ­like­ness and in your rev­er­ence and love for God. Bring har­mony between your doc­trine and prac­tice, and bring glory to God as he cul­ti­vates the fruit of the Spirit in your life.

The Heart of the Gospel: God’s Son Given for You by Sin­clair B. Ferguson

24 pages | List Price: $4.99 | Book­let

Sum­mary: How do we know that God always does what is best for us? Focus­ing on Romans 8:32, Sin­clair Fer­gu­son points us to the heav­enly Father who refused to spare his own Son—and the Son who was obe­di­ent in aton­ing in our place for our sins. If this is who God is, we can con­fi­dently say he is for us.

No Adam, No Gospel: Adam and the His­tory of Redemp­tion
by Richard B. Gaf­fin Jr.

32 pages | List Price: $4.99 | Booklet

Sum­mary: Doubts and denials swarm the bib­li­cal teach­ing that humans descend from an his­tor­i­cal pair, Adam and Eve. Chris­tians who enter­tain these doubts also claim they are com­pat­i­ble with Chris­t­ian com­mit­ment. But is that pos­si­ble? Richard Gaf­fin shows how these denials actu­ally under­mine the entire his­tory of redemp­tion taught in Scrip­ture. With no Adam, there is no gospel.

MAY

George White­field: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought by James L. Schwenk

224 pages (esti­mate) | List Price: $14.99 | Paper­back |
Series: Guided Tour of Church History

 

Sum­mary: James L. Schwenk writes on the life of the most sig­nif­i­cant trav­el­ing preacher in North America’s Great Awak­en­ing and one of the most impor­tant in Britain’s eighteenth-century revival, George White­field. This is a con­cise biog­ra­phy on Whitefield’s life from his early child­hood in Glouces­ter, Eng­land, to his con­ver­sion at Oxford Uni­ver­sity through the influ­ence of Charles Wes­ley, to his many mis­sion­ary trav­els through­out the Amer­i­can colonies, to his death in New­bury­port, Mass­a­chu­setts. Schwenk com­pletes the pic­ture with writ­ings from orig­i­nal sources—including Whitefield’s friends and con­tem­po­raries such as John Wes­ley and Ben­jamin Franklin—and excerpts from Whitefield’s writ­ings. Includes cor­re­spon­dence with John Wes­ley and three full-length sermons.

Walk­ing with Jesus through His Word: Dis­cov­er­ing Christ in All the Scrip­tures
by Den­nis E. Johnson

320 pages (esti­mate) | List Price: $16.99 | Paperback

Sum­mary: What con­nects the whole Bible into one pur­pose­ful story?

Den­nis John­son takes read­ers of the Bible on a jour­ney of dis­cov­ery through the Old and New Tes­ta­ments, point­ing out a net­work of trails in the text. These are recur­ring themes that link dif­fer­ent parts of the Bible to Jesus the Christ, the ful­filler of God’s promises and redeemer of God’s people.

Den­nis empha­sizes how each bib­li­cal pas­sage must be read in its close and canon­i­cal con­texts, reveal­ing the Bible’s iden­tity as a book about a relationship—the covenant between God and his peo­ple. This helps us to see Christ and his mis­sion as a pat­tern that emerges nat­u­rally through­out the tapes­try of Scripture.

God embed­ded in Israel’s his­tory events, indi­vid­u­als, insti­tu­tions, and offices that fore­shad­owed Christ, his sav­ing work, and his church. Those land­marks point the way to Jesus, who reveals the Father, rec­on­ciles us by his sac­ri­fice, and rules us by his Word and Spirit.

Ham­mer of the Huguenots by Dou­glas Bond

[Cover not final­ized yet]

240 pages (esti­mate) | List Price: $11.99 | Paper­back | Series: Heroes & History

Sum­mary: Philippe, an orphan ship­wright appren­tice in sixteenth-century France, is per­plexed by the intense reli­gious con­flict rag­ing about him. While his friends Mau­rice and Sophie cling to the good news pro­claimed by the church Reform­ers, Philippe has not yet been per­suaded to aban­don the teach­ings of the state church in which he was raised. The gospel sounds lib­er­at­ing at times, but can he risk believ­ing when per­se­cu­tion and blood­shed inevitably fol­low? As Huguenot com­mu­ni­ties are mas­sa­cred and full-scale war­fare breaks over France, Philippe must decide once and for all where his loy­al­ties lie. The choices he and his friends make in these vio­lent times may cost them everything.

The­o­log­i­cal Fit­ness: Why We Need a Fight­ing Faith by Aimee Byrd

[Cover not final­ized yet]

192 pages (esti­mate) | List Price: $12.99 | Paperback

Sum­mary: Your spir­i­tual life should be a bat­tle! The writer of Hebrews tells us to “hold fast to the con­fes­sion of our hope with­out waver­ing” (10:23 ESV). What (and whom) do we need to meet this chal­lenge? How does sim­ply “hold­ing fast” turn into such a work­out of faith? Author and blog­ger Aimee Byrd invites us to join her in some “the­o­log­i­cal fit­ness” train­ing as she unpacks our call to per­se­ver­ance and explores the great metaphor that phys­i­cal fit­ness lends to the­ol­ogy. Learn about the “fight­ing grace” God has given us, and dis­cover how we are equipped to live lives of obe­di­ence even amidst the suf­fer­ing and irri­ta­tions of ordi­nary life.

The Flow of the Psalms: Dis­cov­er­ing Their Struc­ture and The­ol­ogy
by O. Palmer Robertson

304 pages (esti­mate) | List Price: $21.99 | Paperback

Sum­mary: For cen­turies the book of Psalms has been read as a ran­dom col­lec­tion of indi­vid­ual poems with no dis­cernible pat­tern of inten­tional arrange­ment.  Augus­tine referred to the orga­ni­za­tion of the psalms as a “mighty mys­tery”. Recent Old Tes­ta­ment stud­ies insist that each psalm is not to be inter­preted in view of its posi­tion in the over­all book or by the psalms that bor­der it. Yet O. Palmer Robert­son shows that there is a clear redemptive-historical pro­gres­sion that devel­ops through­out the five books of the psalms. In addi­tion, struc­tural ele­ments such as the place­ment of acros­tic psalms, strate­gic cou­plings of a Mes­sianic psalm with a Torah psalm, and the group­ing of psalms by top­ics indi­cate an inten­tional struc­tur­ing. The uncov­er­ing of these var­i­ous ele­ments enables the lover of the psalms to get a grasp on the whole of the Psalter along with a fuller appre­ci­a­tion of each indi­vid­ual psalm.

Making Him Known Series

In P&R’s Mak­ing Him Known series, Sally Michael guides par­ents and their young chil­dren through the basics of the Bible, explor­ing even com­plex the­o­log­i­cal top­ics in easy-to-understand, kid-friendly lan­guage. At the end of each ready-made les­son, Michael includes addi­tional ques­tions for reflec­tion and fam­ily activ­i­ties that will help chil­dren to remem­ber what they have learned. These full-color, illus­trated books are the per­fect devo­tional tools for fam­i­lies with young children.


1. God’s Names by Sally Michael

120 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Released: 2011

Sum­mary: This is a full-color guide for par­ents to teach their early ele­men­tary chil­dren about God’s char­ac­ter, as it is revealed in 24 names in the Bible. Each chap­ter ends with a per­sonal appli­ca­tion and activities.

2. God’s Promise by Sally Michael

128 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Released: 2012

Sum­mary: Par­ents can help their early ele­men­tary chil­dren trust in God’s promises revealed through­out the Bible with this full-color, illus­trated guide that includes per­sonal appli­ca­tion and sug­ges­tions for activities.

3. God’s Prov­i­dence by Sally Michael

128 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Released: 2013

Sum­mary: In this full-color guide to how God’s prov­i­dence works in the world, par­ents can stim­u­late a lively dis­cus­sion with early ele­men­tary chil­dren about rest­ing in God’s sov­er­eign care. Each chap­ter includes per­sonal appli­ca­tion and activities.

4. God’s Wis­dom by Sally Michael

128 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Released: 2014

Sum­mary: Sally Michael helps par­ents and chil­dren dis­cover the joys of wis­dom and dis­cern the destruc­tion of fool­ish­ness in this full-color, illus­trated book that includes appli­ca­tion ques­tions and activ­ity suggestions.

5. God’s Bat­tle by Sally Michael

128 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Released: 2014

Sum­mary: Sally Michael equips par­ents to teach their chil­dren about the fight of faith. In this full-color, illus­trated “bat­tle plan,” she intro­duces chil­dren to the state of their hearts and to the many spir­i­tual bat­tle­grounds within us and with­out. She encour­ages chil­dren to be fight­ers, giv­ing them a bib­li­cal bat­tle strat­egy to depend on God, resist the enemy, and stand strong!

6. God’s Word by Sally Michael

128 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Released: 2015

Sum­mary: This full-color illus­trated primer teaches chil­dren what the Bible is, what it says, and why we can trust God’s true, pow­er­ful Word. In easy-to-understand lan­guage, chil­dren will learn impor­tant the­o­log­i­cal con­cepts like the author­ity, inspi­ra­tion, infal­li­bil­ity, and inerrancy of Scrip­ture. Each chap­ter includes dis­cus­sion ques­tions and family-friendly activ­i­ties, mak­ing this book an excel­lent devo­tional for par­ents of young children.

Upcoming Books in This Series:

7. God’s Gospel by Jill Nel­son

To be released: Fall 2015

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Our mis­sion is to serve Christ and his church by pro­duc­ing clear, engag­ing, fresh, and insight­ful appli­ca­tions of Reformed theology.

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Recap of New Releases from January & February

Here is a recap of the 7 new releases from Jan­u­ary & February.


1. God’s Word by Sally Michael
128 pages
List Price: $16.99
Series: Mak­ing Him Known
Sub­ject: Chil­dren Non-Fiction
Paper­back | Fully Illustrated
SAMPLE CHAPTER

Sum­mary: This full-color illus­trated primer teaches chil­dren what the Bible is, what it says, and why we can trust God’s true, pow­er­ful Word. In easy-to-understand lan­guage, chil­dren will learn impor­tant the­o­log­i­cal con­cepts like the author­ity, inspi­ra­tion, infal­li­bil­ity, and inerrancy of Scrip­ture. Each chap­ter includes dis­cus­sion ques­tions and family-friendly activ­i­ties, mak­ing this book an excel­lent devo­tional for par­ents of young children.

2. Begin­nings: Under­stand­ing How We Expe­ri­ence the New Birth by Stephen Small­man
208 pages
List Price: $12.99
Sub­ject: Chris­t­ian Living
Paper­back
SAMPLE CHAPTER

Sum­mary: Every true Chris­t­ian has a story to tell of God’s reviv­ing work. Here Small­man stud­ies numer­ous con­ver­sion sto­ries, both bib­li­cal and con­tem­po­rary, show­ing how the Holy Spirit’s work can be traced in the spir­i­tual birth of new believ­ers. In light of John 3, he gives prac­ti­cal instruc­tion on how we can serve as “spir­i­tual mid­wives” to others—assisting in their new birth.

3. Liv­ing in the Gap Between Promise and Real­ity, Sec­ond Edi­tion: The Gospel Accord­ing to Abra­ham by Iain M. Duguid
208 pages
List Price: $14.99
Series: Gospel Accord­ing to the Old Testament
Sub­ject: Bible Study / Old Testament
Paper­back
SAMPLE CHAPTER

Sum­mary: God made Abra­ham glo­ri­ous promises, but the patri­arch still spent years liv­ing in a gap between their ful­fill­ment and his day-to-day real­ity. We can often relate to him. Work­ing through the Gen­e­sis account, Iain Duguid shows how Abra­ham, in both his faith and fail­ure, points to Jesus and the gospel, pro­vid­ing an exam­ple and a pro­found encour­age­ment for us today.

4. John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writ­ings, Vol­ume 2 by John M. Frame
416 pages
List Price: $16.99
Sub­ject: The­ol­ogy
Paper­back
SAMPLE CHAPTER

Sum­mary: Twenty-six pointed essays sum­ma­rize some of Frame’s cen­tral ideas about Scrip­ture, the­o­log­i­cal edu­ca­tion, apolo­get­ics, ethics, and the church. The book begins with “Inerrancy: A Place to Live,” one of Frame’s short­est and clear­est pre­sen­ta­tions of this cen­tral aspect of the doc­trine of Scrip­ture. Other essays include “Why The­ol­ogy Needs Philosophy”—a pre­cur­sor to Frame’s epic His­tory of West­ern Phi­los­o­phy and Theology.

5. A The­o­log­i­cal Guide to Calvin’s Insti­tutes, Paper­back Edi­tion: Essays and Analy­sis edited by David W. Hall & Peter A. Lillback
528 pages
List Price: $22.99
Series: Calvin 500
Sub­ject: Reformed Tra­di­tions
Paper­back

Sum­mary: A defin­i­tive, section-by-section com­men­tary that will serve as a nat­ural com­pan­ion to Calvin’s Insti­tutes of the Chris­t­ian Reli­gion for classes, stu­dents, pas­tors, and oth­ers for years to come.

6. Joy beyond Agony: Embrac­ing the Cross of Christ, A Twelve-Lesson Bible Study by Jane Roach
296 pages
List Price: $12.99
Sub­ject: Chris­t­ian Living
Paper­back
SAMPLE CHAPTER

Sum­mary: A devo­tional com­men­tary ideal for small group dis­cus­sion and study. Each of the twelve lessons in this vol­ume explores one aspect of Jesus’ cross through Bible study, appli­ca­tion ques­tions, com­men­tary, tes­ti­monies, and hymns. Our famil­iar­ity with the cru­ci­fix­ion can cause us to miss its deep teach­ing. Learn what the cross shows us about our Sav­ior and the para­doxes of Chris­t­ian liv­ing, and dis­cover the hope and joy it gives us as we face life’s strug­gles and uncertainties.

7. Par­ent­ing Is More Than a For­mula by Jim Newheiser
80 pages
List Price: $6.99
Sub­ject: Par­ent­ing
Paper­back | Mini-Book
SAMPLE CHAPTER

Sum­mary: Jim Newheiser pro­vides insight into the many com­pet­ing par­ent­ing for­mu­las that vie for par­ents’ atten­tion. He teaches par­ents how to dis­cern their value and cri­tique them against God’s Word, explains why they often fail and what truly deter­mines how chil­dren turn out, and encour­ages par­ents with the only par­ent­ing plan we can trust: the gospel, which is big­ger than any formula.


Our mis­sion is to serve Christ and his church by pro­duc­ing clear, engag­ing, fresh, and insight­ful appli­ca­tions of Reformed theology.


 

2015 New Releases — January through March Titles


Here are our upcom­ing releases from Jan­u­ary — March 2015.


1. God’s Word by Sally Michael

Released Jan­u­ary 8th | 128 Pages | $16.99 | Paper­back | Color Illus­trated | Series: Mak­ing Him Known

Sum­mary: This full-color illus­trated primer teaches chil­dren what the Bible is, what it says, and why we can trust God’s true, pow­er­ful Word. In easy-to-understand lan­guage, chil­dren will learn impor­tant the­o­log­i­cal con­cepts like the author­ity, inspi­ra­tion, infal­li­bil­ity, and inerrancy of Scrip­ture. Each chap­ter includes dis­cus­sion ques­tions and family-friendly activ­i­ties, mak­ing this book an excel­lent devo­tional for par­ents of young children.


2. Begin­nings: Under­stand­ing How We Expe­ri­ence the New Birth by Stephen Small­man

Jan­u­ary Release | 208 Pages | $12.99 | Paper­back

Sum­mary: Every true Chris­t­ian has a story to tell of God’s reviv­ing work. Here Small­man stud­ies numer­ous con­ver­sion sto­ries, both bib­li­cal and con­tem­po­rary, show­ing how the Holy Spirit’s work can be traced in the spir­i­tual birth of new believ­ers. In light of John 3, he gives prac­ti­cal instruc­tion on how we can serve as “spir­i­tual mid­wives” to others—assisting in their new birth.


3. Liv­ing in the Gap Between Promise and Real­ity: The Gospel Accord­ing to Abra­ham, Sec­ond Edi­tion by Iain M. Duguid

{Cover not yet finalized}

Feb­ru­ary Release | 208 Pages | $14.99 | Paper­back | Series: Gospel Accord­ing to the Old Testament

Sum­mary: God made Abra­ham glo­ri­ous promises, but the patri­arch still spent years liv­ing in a gap between their ful­fill­ment and his day-to-day real­ity. We can often relate to him. Work­ing through the Gen­e­sis account, Iain Duguid shows how Abra­ham, in both his faith and fail­ure, points to Jesus and the gospel, pro­vid­ing an exam­ple and a pro­found encour­age­ment for us today.


4. Par­ent­ing Is More than a For­mula by Jim Newheiser

Feb­ru­ary Release | 64 pages | $6.99 | Mini-book

Sum­mary: Jim Newheiser pro­vides insight into the many com­pet­ing par­ent­ing for­mu­las that vie for par­ents’ atten­tion. He teaches par­ents how to dis­cern their value and cri­tique them against God’s Word, explains why they often fail and what truly deter­mines how chil­dren turn out, and encour­ages par­ents with the only par­ent­ing plan we can trust: the gospel, which is big­ger than any formula.


5. John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writ­ings, Vol­ume 2 by John M. Frame

Feb­ru­ary Release | 384 Pages (est.) | $16.99 | Paper­back

Sum­mary: Twenty-six pointed essays sum­ma­rize some of Frame’s cen­tral ideas about Scrip­ture, the­o­log­i­cal edu­ca­tion, apolo­get­ics, ethics, and the church. The book begins with “Inerrancy: A Place to Live,” one of Frame’s short­est and clear­est pre­sen­ta­tions of this cen­tral aspect of the doc­trine of Scrip­ture. Other essays include “Why The­ol­ogy Needs Philosophy”—a pre­cur­sor to Frame’s epic His­tory of West­ern Phi­los­o­phy and Theology.


6. Joy beyond Agony: Embrac­ing the Cross of Christ, A Twelve-Lesson Bible Study by Jane Roach

{Cover not yet finalized}

Feb­ru­ary Release | 192 Pages (est.) | $12.99 | Paper­back

Sum­mary: A devo­tional com­men­tary ideal for small group dis­cus­sion and study. Each of the twelve lessons in this vol­ume explores one aspect of Jesus’ cross through Bible study, appli­ca­tion ques­tions, com­men­tary, tes­ti­monies, and hymns. Our famil­iar­ity with the cru­ci­fix­ion can cause us to miss its deep teach­ing. Learn what the cross shows us about our Sav­ior and the para­doxes of Chris­t­ian liv­ing, and dis­cover the hope and joy it gives us as we face life’s strug­gles and uncertainties.


7. Com­mon Grace and the Gospel, Sec­ond Edi­tion by Cor­nelius Van Til, edited by K. Scott Oliphint

March Release | 272 Pages (est.) | $17.99 | Paper­back

Sum­mary: Restor­ing the full text of the orig­i­nal 1972 work, this col­lec­tion of anno­tated essays addresses ques­tions on com­mon grace and its rel­e­vance to the gospel. A pio­neer in pre­sup­po­si­tional apolo­get­ics, Cor­nelius Van Til sets forth a Chris­t­ian phi­los­o­phy of his­tory; exam­ines the views of Abra­ham Kuyper, Her­man Hoek­sema, and oth­ers in the debate over com­mon grace; and replies to criticism.


8. A Jour­ney to Whole­ness: The Gospel Accord­ing to Naaman’s Slave Girl by Mark Belz

March Release | 208 Pages (est.) | $14.99 | Paper­back | Series: Gospel Accord­ing to the Old Testament

Sum­mary: The story of Naa­man, a Syr­ian gen­eral, and his Jew­ish slave girl shows how her sim­ple tes­ti­mony helped to rec­on­cile Naa­man to God. Mark Belz exam­ines this inci­dent in 2 Kings 5—focusing on bib­li­cal rec­on­cil­i­a­tion in its sal­va­tion sense and its sec­ondary sense of rec­on­cil­i­a­tion between dif­fer­ent races, rich and poor, Jew and Gen­tile, and the pow­er­ful and the weak.


9. God, Adam, and You: Bib­li­cal Cre­ation Defended and Applied edited by Richard D. Phillips

{Cover not yet finalized}

March Release | 256 Pages | $14.99 | Paper­back

Sum­mary: Ques­tion­ing the truth of Gen­e­sis 1–3 puts more than just Adam in jeopardy—the reper­cus­sions are enor­mous. Noted pastor-scholars Joel R. Beeke, Kevin DeY­oung, Liam Goligher, Richard D. Phillips, Derek W. H. Thomas, and Carl R. True­man argue for the inerrancy and infal­li­bil­ity of Scrip­ture, unpack­ing the impli­ca­tions of Gen­e­sis 1–3 for human nature, orig­i­nal sin, the gospel, God’s intent for human sex­u­al­ity, redemp­tion, and more.

NEW RELEASE — God’s Word by Sally Michael

God’s Word by Sally Michael

128 Pages | $16.99 | Paper­back | Color Illus­trated |

Series: Mak­ing Him Known

Sum­mary: This full-color illus­trated primer teaches chil­dren what the Bible is, what it says, and why we can trust God’s true, pow­er­ful Word. In easy-to-understand lan­guage, chil­dren will learn impor­tant the­o­log­i­cal con­cepts like the author­ity, inspi­ra­tion, infal­li­bil­ity, and inerrancy of Scrip­ture. Each chap­ter includes dis­cus­sion ques­tions and family-friendly activ­i­ties, mak­ing this book an excel­lent devo­tional for par­ents of young children.

About the Author:

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Sally Michael is the co-founder and pub­lish­ing con­sul­tant of Chil­dren Desir­ing God, and she devel­oped their widely used Sun­day school cur­ricu­lum for young peo­ple. She is also an author and a speaker, and she served as Min­is­ter for Chil­dren at Beth­le­hem Bap­tist Church in Min­neapo­lis, Min­nesota, for six­teen years.

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What Others Say About This Book:

Sally Michael has writ­ten an easy-to-read devo­tional book that will help par­ents teach their chil­dren about the prop­er­ties of Scrip­ture. God’s Word shouldn’t be intim­i­dat­ing. A proper knowl­edge of the Bible gives us hope, helps us to iden­tify false teach­ing, increases our grat­i­tude and trust in God, and results in his Word becom­ing more pre­cious to us.”    — Aimee Byrd, author of House­wife Theologian

Other Books in the Making Him Known Series:

God’s Names | 120 pages | Released 2011

God’s Promise | 128 pages | Released 2012

God’s Prov­i­dence | 128 pages | Released 2013

God’s Wis­dom | 128 pages | Released 2014

God’s Bat­tle | 128 pages | Released 2014

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Our mis­sion is to serve Christ and his church by pro­duc­ing clear, engag­ing, fresh, and insight­ful appli­ca­tions of Reformed theology.

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