New Releases

  • Not A Mistake


    Are you a parent struggling with LGBTQ questions?

    In Not A Mistake, Jim Domen writes of his personal journey, growing up with same-sex attraction, his parents' response when he "came out," his prodigal return, and his ongoing struggles as he leads his wife, his children, and his ministry to serve Christ Jesus.

    Jim Domen shares his personal stories and the story of many others who grapple with same-sex attraction.

    Compassionately written with deep personal reflection, Not A Mistake provides an essential biblically-based resource for parents, families, and friends of loved ones with same-sex attraction. Jim addresses all of the central questions, from using preferred pronouns to attending gay weddings and parenting children who identify as LGBTQ.

    Most important of all - the essential message is this: Your parenting is not a mistake. Your child is not a mistake.

  • Becoming Great: Loving A Culture In Conflict


    In his inspiring, Christ-centered series of Essays, author Greg Wallace challenges the American Church to focus on Jesus rather than on the cultural storms of the day. Each essay emboldens the Church to serve others in Christlike love rather than pursuing and exercising greater worldly authority. Becoming Great guides us through the rough waters of our world to rely more and more on our Lord and Savior.

    As the cultural storms increase in frequency and intensity, Greg Wallace reminds us that our tools are not the tools of the world but are mighty in God in pulling down of strongholds. If we are to be more like Christ, then we should act as He did, "Love each other just as much as I have loved you." John 13:34 (TPT)

  • The Language of God: A Companion Dictionary To The Bible

    After God created the universe, God's first gift to man was the power to use words to name the animals. "And the man became a living person" (Genesis 2:7) as "a speaking spirit."

    Words are alive with meaning and power: the power to create and the power to destroy. Words can be hateful and destructive. Words can express and contain love, faith, hope, desire, devotion, commitment, eternal wisdom, and holiness. Words can also impart forgiveness, healing, and restoration.

    "For the Lord grants wisdom! From his mouth comes knowledge and understanding. He grants a treasure of good sense to the godly". (Proverbs 2:6-7) (NLT)

    Who would not want knowledge, understanding, wisdom, and good sense?

    The Language of God contains simple, concise, easily understood definitions of over 115 vital biblical words.

    The Language of God is a handy reference for new Christians beginning to understand God's Word and for "old" Christians who would like a refresher.

    Read the word definitions attentively but more carefully listen to the voice of the Spirit, the Word of Life who is speaking.

  • Eyes On Jesus: A 90-Day Discernment Devotional

    An inspiring devotional to keep you focused on what really matters

    In a world full of distractions, it is easy to go off course and lose yourself. Every day, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual diversions vie for your attention. Cultures, beliefs, social media, and others can sidetrack, trap, and draw you away from Jesus. How can you stay focused amid the crazy pace of life? How can you find peace in a world of chaos? Can you live out your faith and make decisions that honor God? This 90-day devotional equips and trains you to maintain your focus on what truly matters-Jesus. Discover how to make better decisions that lead to blessings instead of unintended consequences. Each day's devotion has stimulating questions for personal reflection and allows you to journal your thoughts and the insights God gives you. What you focus on controls your thoughts, actions, and life. It determines your destiny. If you want to maintain your course, rightly discern, and make sound decisions that honor God, use this devotional in your daily quiet time and let God speak to you.

  • Songstory

    If Butterfly Kisses Is What I'm Remembered For When I'm Dead-I Can Live With That.

    Songstory, written by Grammy Award-winning songwriter Randy Thomas, is a writer's room narrative of "Butterfly Kisses," "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?" and other great songs.

    Sharing his intimate knowledge of the Christian Music industry, Randy Thomas covers the music of the Jesus Movement, bringing Sweet Comfort Band and ALLIES alive again. Songstory is also a backstage pass to Shania Twain's transformation from a nightclub singer to an international star.

    Using songs as musical signposts of the journey, Randy Thomas infuses healthy doses of irony and laughter into the threads of Songstory. In addition, this Grammy award-winning songwriter shares his knowledge about songwriting, including his best tips throughout the book.

    Beneath it all, the music, the industry, the relationships, lies an even bigger story--the unfolding of God's unstoppable grace.

  • Who Will Rule The Coming 'Gods'?


    We have entered a new age in which we can go into the quietness of our rooms and slip into whatever identity we desire-virtually. Artificial intelligence is fast becoming a normal part of our lives.

    The existential crisis of our age is how technology, specifically AI and robots, is eclipsing our reverence for the transcendence of God. In the rush to create human-helping AI, technologists are making machines that may eventually become our masters. Some people are already worshiping at the feet of the great god of AI, just as the ancient Philistines once bowed before statues of the idol Dagon.

    In this compelling and groundbreaking book, best-selling author Wallace Henley shares about the impending moral and ethical choices we will soon need to make, as believers in Christ, to hold AI and its creators accountable to the true God. Otherwise our world will spin into peril.

  • Counted Worthy: A Father's Perspective On The Theology of Suffering

    A.W. Tozer once said, "It is doubtful whether God can bless a man greatly until he has hurt him deeply."

    As a pastor, Dr. Connor Bales has tackled tough questions about suffering for years-

    -How should Christ-followers respond to suffering?
    -What if our calling is to suffer?
    -How do we respond when our loved ones suffer?

    But, it's his own experience as a father and fellow sufferer that has equipped him to pen this book. In Counted Worthy, Connor Bales shares the unique calling he and his wife, Mary, have been counted worthy of stewarding in raising two children with a rare genetic disorder. From the initial confusion and questions of "why"-to the practical exhaustion resulting from endless tests, treatments, and visits to the emergency room-to the emotional, physical and spiritual toll they've experienced as a family, Bales leaves nothing off the table.

    But, standing tall above the brokenness, disappointment, and hurt, Counted Worthy illuminates a practical theology promising hope, supernatural comfort, and a closeness to God that Connor and Mary have experienced first-hand. Readers will grow close to the Bales family, but more importantly, they will draw closer to their Savior through their life's story.

  • Works In Progress: A Parenting Dashboard

    Parenting is a temporary job with eternal consequences.

    Works in Progress is a six-week small group Bible study written for parents and designed to encourage personal spiritual growth and leadership skills in the home.

    This study facilitates the sharing of information and wisdom among parents in a small group setting. Participation in this study will encourage parents with children of any age. The material encourages discussion around learning to trust God more fully, to lead more effectively, to follow wholeheartedly, to relate more authentically, and to refuel before hitting empty. The study guides parents through each of these topics and is heavily dependent on the truth of Scripture.

    The culmination of this work is a reader-created "parenting dashboard," a compelling snapshot of what parents are learning, where they are succeeding, and how they can improve.

  • reDefinition: Has The American Church Correctly Defined Christianity?

    How we define words matters.

    More than ever, believers need to have a clear understanding of what it means to be a Christian. Lacking this knowledge leads to a misrepresentation of who Christ is.

    Can we honestly say that the American Church has correctly defined Christianity?

    Are we more concerned with how God defines the Faith or with how we define it for ourselves?

    In reDefinition, Pastor Matthew Clark focuses on seven key Biblical concepts whose meanings have drifted over time. Tackling each concept honestly, openly, and compassionately, he shows how the following terms have transformed from Scripture's original intent and have fallen victim to reDefinition: Truth, Belief, Sin, Worship, Love, Evangelism, and the Abundant Life. 

    This book challenges believers to see Christ and the Church correctly. We can no longer be passive. We can no longer be silent. We must boldly stand up and proclaim, to the world, an accurate image of Christ.

  • Rockstar: And Discovering You're Not One


    When Worship All Comes Together, We Become A...


    OR NOT...

    What does it mean to be a worship leader?

    Why is burnout so high with worship leaders and worship teams?

    What does leading worship require, especially in an ever-changing society?

    Is leading worship only worth it in big churches?

    Rockstar: And Discovering You're Not One, takes a journey through the life, trials, and lessons of a typical worship leader. Wes's story may be similar to your own, but his discoveries are a valuable look at what all worship leaders and their teams need to know and be reminded of in today's world.

    Wes's testimony takes us through his journey following God's call in his life, and how his experiences reveal what being a worship leader is truly all about.