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    Encouraged!

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    In these "perilous times" it is difficult to be encouraged. Daily reports of terrorism, trouble, and turmoil frighten even the boldest of men. In the midst of dark and stormy circumstances, David "encouraged himself in the LORD." His battles within and without served as the framework for many of the Psalms God allowed him to pen. Those songs are powerful reminders to the people of God that the "battle is the Lord's." In Encouraged!, Paul Schwanke looks at these Psalms from the timeline of David's life. Songs of joy mix with laments of fear, yet both are used to build David in the Lord. May God use this title to help His people "be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might."
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  • Written by E. Allen Griffith, 2008, 126 pages, 6 x 9, paperback.
  • Biblical masculinity has all bu disappeared in our modern day culture.  Satan has systematically targeted the tenets of Biblical manhood, eliminating them one by one from our society.  The void left has been filled with a carnal, corrup and confusing idea of what true masculinity really is.  The 21 Tenets of Biblical Masculinity presented in this booklet brings scriptural clarity and sound conviction on a subject too long ignored. 80 pages
  • Author of two previous books about music, Kimberly Smith holds a Masters Degree in Communications from Lindenwood University, and a Masters Degree in Biblical Studies from George Wythe College. She completed her BA in Speech and Dramatic Art from the University of Missouri-Columbia. At the age of five, she began playing the piano and her musical experience includes fifteen years of classical piano training, college level music courses, and participation in jazz and symphonic bands, as well as solo instrumental and vocalist accompaniment. She has also played marimba, timpani, and other percussion instruments. Kimberly has served as both church pianist and organist, and is a semi-professional musician. Married with three grown children, she is currently employed as an adjunct professor at Lindenwood University in the Communications department. 176 pages. Go here to read a book review of this book.
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    An in-depth study on the women of the Bible from A to Z.  Volume 1 goes from Abigail to Eve.  At the end of each daily study are thought provoking questions.  Both older and younger women will be challenged and convicted by this book. pgs. 308 To read a review of this book, go here. About the author: Amy Edwards is the wife of Michael Edwards, founding pastor of Piedmont Baptist Church in Kannapolis, NC.  She is the mother of two daughters.  Along with homeschooling her two daughters, she loves to write and minister to the women of the local church.
  • If you are a single woman looking for worth and purpose in a couples' world, this book will help you to discover both without compromising biblical convictions. If you are married, this book will give you a new understanding of what being single is like. If you are a leader in any ministry, it will help you to care Biblically for those who may struggle with being single. 157 pages. Go here to read a book review of this book.
  • Click here to read Pastor Steve Damron's review of this book. The author is writing to Christian parents, pastors, and youth leaders to encourage them to review their concept of modesty as it pertains to Scripture. The author guides the reader from issue to issue, such as defining the terms that need to be addressed to showing that God was the original designer of clothes. His premise is that the fashion industry had a design and purpose in the development of the swimsuit. The author shows that “nakedness” had to become more and more acceptable in our society in limited situations at first. As fashion designers and the media were able to get Americans to let down their guard in these limited areas, they could advance further in their attack on Christian modesty. 77 pages. These books are sold in good used condition.
  • Who He Is and What He Does
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    Do You Control Your Phone—Or Does Your Phone Control You? Within a few years of its unveiling, the smartphone had become part of us, fully integrated into the daily patterns of our lives. Never offline, always within reach, we now wield in our hands a magic wand of technological power we have only begun to grasp. But it raises new enigmas, too. Never more connected, we seem to be growing more distant. Never more efficient, we have never been more distracted. Drawing from the insights of numerous thinkers, published studies, and his own research, writer Tony Reinke identifies twelve potent ways our smartphones have changed us—for good and bad. Reinke calls us to cultivate wise thinking and healthy habits in the digital age, encouraging us to maximize the many blessings, to avoid the various pitfalls, and to wisely wield the most powerful gadget of human connection ever unleashed. 224 pgs. To read a review of the book, go here.