New Arrivals

The War Within: Christians and Inner Conflicts

by Canon A. C. Chukwuocha

Those who long to walk close to God are often keenly aware of their shortcomings. This was as true for the apostles as it is for today’s Christian leaders and Christian students. In this book, the author sets out to answer the following questions: What lies behind these inner conflicts? What are the implications of such conflicts for Christians? How does one successfully handle these conflicts? How useful is a rational mind to the Holy Spirit? This book offers deep spiritual insights interlaced with down-to-earth illustrations that make it easily accessible and relevant.

Publisher: Zondervan (2009)
ISBN-13: 978-996-680-539-3
Paperback: 144pages
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A Guide to Interpreting Scripture

by Michael Kyomya

Misconceptions about what the Bible actually says can breed confusion and false ideas about God and the Christian life. Therefore, it is critically important that you know how to interpret Scripture carefully. Dr. Michael Kyomya explains what interpretation is, why it is important, how to do it, and the pitfalls to avoid. Dr. Kyomya makes it clear that interpretation is not just something for scholars, but also is useful when preparing a sermon or a Sunday school lesson, as well as in your own personal study of the Bible.

Publisher: Zondervan Academic
ISBN-13: 978-996-600-308-9
Paperback: 116pages
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The Seed and the Soil: Engaging with the Word of God

by Pauline Haggarth

The Seed and the Soil explores the power of the Bible that brings about God’s transforming and liberating purposes, as well as its power as an often oppressively misused text. Characterised by a wide variety of storytelling, this book is accessible to all that read it.

Publisher: Langham Global
ISBN-13: 978-190-771-309-5
Paperback: 170pages
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Role of the Holy Spirit in Protestant Systematic Theology

by Wilson Varky

This volume is a meticulously researched text on pneumatology which puts the major pneumatologically issues together without confine to the traditional way of dealing with the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Although pneumatology has been a neglected field in theological discussions of the past, there is a renewal of interest among theologians on pneumatology today. This renewal of interest has led to the formation of this work on the role of the Holy Spirit in the Protestant Systematic Theology.

Publisher: Langham Global
ISBN-13: 978-190-771-310-1
Paperback: 470 pages
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Imaginative Preaching: Praying the Scriptures so God can Speak through You

by Geoff New

From generation-to-generation there has been an anguished cry from preachers about preaching – there is no imagination! The Scriptures present the wondrous hope and vision of “Kingdom Come” and yet contemporary preaching can often be mute and blind by comparison. This book explores what is possible when the Scripture to be preached is prayed through the agency of two ancient prayer disciplines: lectio divina and Ignatian Gospel Contemplation. Through the experiences of eight vocational pastor-preachers this study tracks the difficulties, discoveries and delights as they commit to utilizing these prayer disciplines as part of their regular sermon preparation.

Publisher: Langham Global
ISBN-13: 978-178-368-899-9
Paperback: 178 pages
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God's Word for Today's World 

by John R. W. Stott

Nothing is more important than hearing, understanding and obeying God’s Word. Our lives and local churches depend on this for their life, health and growth. John Stott is well known worldwide for the commitment he had to the Bible, both in his preaching and in his living. In this persuasive book, Stott concisely demonstrates the power, authority and relevance of the Bible for every Christian – in every culture and generation. • What is the purpose of God’s Word? • How does it point us to Christ? • What is its relationship to the Holy Spirit? • How does it shape the church? • And what does it mean for Christian discipleship?

Publisher: Langham Global
ISBN-13: 978-178-368-937-8
Paperback: 70 pages
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It's OK to Be Not OK: Preaching the Lament Psalms

by Federico G Villanueva

We proclaim in church services that “God is good all the time . . . All the time God is good,” but there are often times when we feel that life is just unfair and ask God, “Why?” The uplifting songs and victorious testimonies of our church gatherings are frequently difficult to identify within the midst of the suffering and hardship of people’s daily lives, yet there is all too often no room for our “not-OK” experiences in our Christian communities. This is especially true for pastors and leaders who are required to always be strong and OK all the time.

Publisher: Langham Global
ISBN-13: 978-190-771-398-9
Paperback: 158 pages
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