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Inside the Reformation is a visual journey through the Reformation with concise text and richly designed pages. While not laid out as a traditional history book, it communicates the same information through pictures, illustrations, and short articles in a fun way. This book makes a great addition to school libraries, classrooms, and personal collections.
Get the inside story of the Reformation and learn all about the people and everyday life, and about amazing inventions and ideas that helped shape the world as we know it today.
We all have a purpose in life, a God-given calling that is unique to us. But that purpose way out there at the far edge of our comfort zone can be scary. We worry. We struggle. We’re distracted by the storms of our life and by the insecurities Satan whispers in our ear. On our own, we fail.
It’s only because our Savior offers His guidance and strength that we can step out of our comfort zone and serve Him in whatever capacity we are called to serve. Christ Jesus calls us to the edge of living boldly. We can trust Him. He steps in, so we can step out!
This book examines seven of the most common spiritual traditions and how they use speculation, mysticism, and moralism to break Christianity. Author Jonathan Fisk calls them the seven “counterfeit Christian rules that every Christian ought to break as often as possible,” because they are seven myths that have infiltrated the churches in our age, seven teachings taught as if they were doctrine, but which are nothing more than the traditions of men.
A Year in the Old Testament takes the reader from their own experiences of daily life into the Bible, and guides them through reading the major stories of the Old Testament in the course of a year in an encouraging and manageable way. Each day includes a main psalmody, an Old Testament reading, a New Testament reading, a prayer of the day, suggestions for additional readings, and a brief meditation.