Various Authors | Published in 2019 | Paperback
Preaching pamphlets to share with those who are diligently searching for truth within the pages of the Bible and uncovering, for themselves, God’s plan and purpose for this world.
The Joy of Sunday Schooling
Harper, Jim | Published in 2019 | Book (417 pages)
An extensive resource to help Sunday school teachers and youth leaders in their important work. It draws on a wealth of Sunday school expertise, with 44 chapters, divided into three main parts:
- Part 1 – Sunday School Matters. (How to be an effective teacher, from curriculum, to teaching methods, to meeting today’s challenges.)
- Part 2 – What Others Have Done. (Personal stories. Examples of successful approaches to involve students in the learning process, contributed by teachers, parents, and students.)
- Part 3 – Ready to Use. (Resources to integrate into any curriculum, such as decision-making activities, case studies, life-applications, plays, object lessons, games, puzzles, and more.)
Bilello, John | Published in 2017 | Paperback (272 pages)
Explore the meanings of key Bible words, their subtleties of meaning and their applications to our walk in Christ. This book shows there is no need to be a specialist in ancient Hebrew and Greek to properly understand the Word – the Bible conveys God’s Truth irrespective of time, culture, and language of translation.
Cain – His Life, His Legacy
Harrison, Matt | Published in 2016 | Paperback, 106 Pages
Cain, Abel and their descendants were real people who lived in a unique historical context that is relevant even now. This study probes the lessons of the period before the Flood and explores questions Bible students have long asked, such as:
- What was the mark of Cain?
- Did Enoch die like every other mortal?
- Who were the Nephilim?
Cain is named several times in the New Testament, although the Old Testament mentions him only in Genesis 4. Find out why was he was so significant to the early ecclesia.
A Bible Journal – Observations Along the Way
Booker, George | Published in 2015 | Paperback (305 Pages), eBook
This sequel to On the Way is the album of a spiritual journey, offering encouragement and food for thought to fellow travelers along the Way. Its pages present in-depth studies and thoughtful exhortations, as well as lighter meditations and musings. The subject matter is wide-ranging: practical issues, Bible exposition, biographical sketches, reflections on today’s world, personal viewpoints, and more.
On the Way – Bible Studies, Exhortations, Mediations and Musings
Booker, George | Published in 2014 | Paperback (320 pages), PDF
“The Way” is a path to salvation, a manner of living day by day, a journey through life with all its ups and downs. This book offers insights, encouragement and food for thought, to encourage all those “on the Way”, whether young in the Truth or baptized for many years.
Ecclesia at Ephesus
Mutter, Ryan | Published in 2013 | Paperback, 258 Pages
Ephesus was one of the most advanced cities in the Roman Empire. Believers living there faced many of the same issues that confront followers of the Lord Jesus Christ today. The Bible captures more than four decades of the ecclesia’ history through the Acts and the numerous New Testament writings penned by or to believers in Ephesus. The lessons the Bible provides about the causes and consequences of events in the ecclesia remain relevant in today’s every changing times.
Pictures of Redemption
Booker, George | Published in 2012 | Paperback (192 pages)
After the First Principles have been mastered (as they must be), we must face the fact that there is something beyond. As we live out our lives day by day, the important issue is not so much how redemption has been achieved, but rather what redemption means, morally and spiritually – what it means, every day, to belong to God. We might like to explain the atonement in simple terms, but the Bible doesn’t present it that way. This book explores parables, analogies and figures of speech used in the Scriptures to illustrate the many facets of redemption.