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Church life has many challenges. This book talks about that, and the reasons for brotherhood and accountability.
An overview of church history, and intended to be an introduction to Wolves in the Flock.
It was 1960 and all across North America things were changing. The Beatles were getting ready for a blockbuster decade. Elvis Presley had been released from the army and was preparing to take the music world by storm. John F Kennedy had introduced his New Frontier. And the Church was in an upheaval of change…. Continue Reading →
The Sermon on the Mount is sometimes called the Magna Carta of the New Testament. The Sermon has been one of the best known passages in the New Testament for a long time. Unfortunately, its message is also often ignored. This book is intended to bring out the practical side of this passage. It includes… Continue Reading →
Luke wrote Acts, but first he wrote his Gospel. This is a paragraph by paragraph exposition of the greatest story of mankind. The story of Jesus Christ, from His birth to His death.
Here is the other side of Luke’s story about Jesus. John walked and talked with Jesus for three years, and he focuses on His teachings in this gospel. To get the complete story, you need to read this book alongside Luke’s gospel. About a quarter of John’s gospel takes place in the last week of… Continue Reading →
These epistles are probably among the latest written books of the New Testament. They were probably written in Ephesus, close to the end of the first century. John was an old man by now. He had followed Jesus when he was probably just a teenager, and had served his Master for all these years. These… Continue Reading →
This book examines the inspiration and formation of the Bible. It includes study questions for group use, and will give you a good introduction to the basic facts about the Bible. This is a summary of the original project which has never been published.
An examination of the “wolves” that tore the Church apart.
Onward Christian soldiers, marching as to war. This is the story of the Church, and how it went from 120 people in Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost, to tens of thousands a generation or two later.