Church and Ministry

One by One

One by One

There are now more single adults than married adults in the United States, yet the evangelical church continues to focus primarily on serving couples and families with ministries geared toward their particular needs. This can lead, however unintentionally, to the marginalization of adults who are single by choice, divorce, or death, or who are simply not yet married. Families are a good thing, but so are all of God’s people, and singles long to be lovingly integrated into the Body of Christ. InĀ One by One, Gina Dalfonzo explores common misconceptions and stereotypes about singles, including the idea that they must
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Dare Mighty Things

Dare Mighty Things

Reviews Halee Gray Scott's timely book moves women beyond the gender debate zone to deal with the practical challenges women face in the often uncharted territory of ministry leadership. CAROLYN CUSTIS JAMES, Author, Half the Church   Occasionally a book comes along with the power to inspire significant change. Dare Mighty Things qualifies–and I couldn't put it down. Over and over, I marveled at the wisdom of her beautiful young voice, calling women out of the shadows to experience the joy of leading for the Lord.  DR. SUE EDWARDS, Associate Professor of Educational Ministries, Dallas Theological Seminary "Finally someone has filled the need
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Eat With Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food

Eat With Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food

The Christianity Today Book Award Winner 2014 (Christian Living) "Rachel Marie Stone's Eat With Joy: Redeeming God's Gift of Food takes one of the most fundamental aspects of human life and covers it with remarkable depth and breadth. . . . She offers a compelling vision of how we can spiritually and concretely partake of the heavenly banquet on earth." —Conspire, Spring 2013   "Rachel Marie Stone reminds us that God intends us to delight in food, and she invites us to do so again. Offering up both wisdom and recipes, Stone welcomes us to the table and shows us
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Fear Not Da Vinci

Fear Not Da Vinci

Blockbuster novel The Da Vinci Code sparked tremendous interest in Jesus and his true identity, but Christians often don’t feel comfortable or prepared to answer these and other questions raised in Dan Brown’s best-selling book. FEAR NOT DA VINCI encourages and equips people of faith to shed their fears and find common ground to discuss the issues raised in the novel; answers specific questions readers are likely to encounter, and provides practical faith-sharing tips and resources. With a foreword by W. Ward Gasque, PhD.  Answers the questions: → Was Jesus married? → Is the Mona Lisa really a man? → Is Mary Magdalene
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