We have 2 new releases today!

Sufficient Hope: Gospel Meditations and Prayers for Moms by Christina Fox



Motherhood is a wonderful season of life—but also one filled with challenges, trials, discouragements, and stress. Moms labor to tend to the needs of their children and often find themselves empty and spent by the end of the day.

But in the gospel we have a wonderful resource to sustain us. God is more than sufficient to uphold us, and his message of good news applies to all the daily challenges of motherhood.

Christina Fox examines a range of situations through the lens of the gospel and shows us, in each one, who Christ is, where he is, and what he has done for us. Learn how the gospel meets you, in whatever you are going through, with life-giving, soul-saturating hope. Prayers at the end of each brief chapter apply this hope to specific, different challenges of motherhood.


“With its practical examples, helpful prayers, and rich biblical truth, Sufficient Hope is a gift to . . . both new and experienced moms.”

—Megan Hill, Author, Contentment: Seeing God’s Goodness; Editor, The Gospel Coalition

“Each short chapter in this book is long on good news . . . we need to hear.”

—Nancy Guthrie, Bible Teacher; Author, The One Year Praying through the Bible for Your Kids

“Great humility, honesty, and humor. . . . If you are a mother or would like to be a mother one day, you will want to read this book.”

—Guy Richard, Executive Director and Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta

“I love the theological richness and practical wisdom in this book. . . . I needed this book when our kids were young . . . [and] I still need this book now.”

—Susan Hunt, Former Director of Women’s Ministry, Presbyterian Church in America; Author, Spiritual Mothering

The Author

Christina Fox is an author, speaker, and blogger. She is the editor of the PCA women’s ministry blog, enCourage, and a member of the PCA women’s ministry national leadership team.

What Is the Priesthood of Believers? by A. Craig Troxel

32 page booklet | Basics of the Faith series | SAMPLE PAGES


Every believer has a unique ministry—and the ability to carry it out. But how do we understand our priesthood in the context of the church? Do our pastors have greater access to God? If they don’t, do we need church offices at all? The health of the church depends on correctly understanding our encouraging position in Christ. Pastor Craig Troxel first lays a foundation on Christ’s priesthood, examining both Christ’s past priestly work at his death and his present priestly work in his intercession for us in heaven. Troxel then charts an approach for living out our own priesthood every day, in whatever work God is calling us to do. Discussion questions and action points help us to apply what we’ve learned.

Basics of the Faith Series

Basics of the Faith booklets introduce readers to basic Reformed doctrine and practice. On issues of church government and practice they reflect that framework—otherwise they are suitable for all church situations.


“The priesthood of all believers is a doctrine more often mentioned than truly understood. In this booklet, Craig Troxel anchors the idea firmly in the work of Christ and demonstrates how this provides a solid foundation for one of the most important and practical Christian teachings.”

—Carl R. Trueman, Author, The Creedal Imperative


A. Craig Troxel is professor of practical theology at Westminster Seminary California.