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

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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

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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

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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.