ALIENS IN THE PROMISED LAND
Why Minority Leadership Is Overlooked in White Christian Churches and Institutions
Edited by ANTHONY B. BRADLEY
In an age when church growth is centered in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, evangelicalism must adapt to changing demographics or risk irrelevancy. Yet many evangelicals behave “tribally”—valuing the perspective of those like themselves while denying evidence of racial attitudes in the church.
Anthony Bradley has gathered Hispanic, black, and Asian scholars and leaders to share advice on building relationships with minority denominations and valuing the perspectives and leadership of minority Christians (not just their token presence). Learn how evangelicalism can more faithfully show how the gospel brings together in Christ people from all tribes, languages, and cultures.
ANTHONY B. BRADLEY (Mdiv, Covenant Theological Seminary; MA, Fordham University; PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is associate professor of theology at The King’s College in New York City and research fellow at the Acton Institute.
All four books of the Adventures in the American Revolution series by Susan Olasky are now available for Kindle and iTunes/Nook!
“As she grows from a young girl to a teenager, Annie Henry’s character remains genuine in the six-year span captured so beautifully by Susan Olasky in her American Revolution series. Annie frequently queries her illustrious father, Patrick Henry, about the issues of the day. What she learns gives her the impulse to explore and sets the stage for exciting adventures. At times her faith is tested, but in the process she learns to trust in God anew.”
—Sandra Morrow, Awards Director, Triple Crown Awards
SUSAN OLASKY co-founded and chaired the Austin Crisis Pregnancy Center in Austin Texas. She is the author of several books, the book review editor, and senior writer for World magazine.
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.
This is a helpful resource for parents to introduce to their children God’s constant watching and working in our world, and one that provides numerous opportunities for reflection and discussion.
—Brandon Crowe, Assistant Professor of New Testament, Westminster Theological Seminary
Sally Michael is the co-founder of Children Desiring God and developed their widely used Sunday school curriculum for young people. She is the Minister for Program Development and Resources in the Family Discipleship Department at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The PURITAN PAPERS are seventy-six papers (fourteen by J. I. Packer) originally given at an annual conference that played a vital role in reinvigorating evangelicalism in Great Britain and beyond. All volumes are now available for Kindle and iTunes.
NOW AVAILABLE in The Gospel for Real Life booklet series by the Association of Biblical Counselors. This counseling series applies the timeless hope of Christ to the unique struggles of modern believers.
Burnout: Resting in God’s Fairness by Brad C. Hambrick
“These reflections have it all—theological depth, gospel-centrality, humility, and practical advice. I cannot commend it highly enough!”
—J. D. Greear, Senior Pastor at The Summit Church
Depression: The Sun Always Rises by Margaret Ashmore
“God has used this faithful servant to help many struggling pilgrims find hope and help by way of ‘the old rugged Cross.’”
—Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Author, Revive Our Hearts radio host
“Jeremy Lelek in his remarkable booklet explores post-traumatic stress syndrome inside and out, helping us deal with the unknowns, and instructing us how to extend the healing and soothing love of Christ.”
—Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni And Friends International Disability Center
Sexual Abuse: Beauty for Ashes by Robert W. Kellemen
“[Bob Kellemen] knows how to bring the brokenhearted into contact with the living Christ who loves and heals.”
—Elyse Fitzpatrick, Author of Because He Loves Me