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Dallas Witmer / Rod and Staff Publishers
A New Age has dawned—the Age of Aquarius! New powers are being unleashed. Man is becoming like God, if indeed he is not already God. One-world government and a universal religion will usher in an age of unprecedented peace and harmony. Individually, the spiritual union of inner space with the earth and outer space will provide the conditions for well-being and self-healing.
So go the claims. The New Age pretends to have leapfrogged religion, science, and even logic in opening new frontiers of awareness and healing, oneness and peace!
But beware of the New Age facade. More info...
David and Ruth Mast / Rod and Staff Publishers
Contains thought-provoking questions to study and answer after each chapter, helping you to profit more deeply from the book. More info...
David Bercot / Scroll Publishing
Jesus says, "If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. If anyone comes to Me and does not hate his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, yes, and his own life also, he cannot be My disciple." To be disciples of Jesus, we must deny ourselves, our families, and everything we own—even our very lives. Following Jesus would seem to be one of the most challenging quests we can face.
Yet Jesus also tells us: "Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light."
How can both of those teachings be true? First Christ requires us to deny everything, including our own lives. Then He tells us that His yoke is easy and His burden is light. How can His yoke be easy if He requires us to deny everything and carry our cross?
The answer is among the secrets of the Kingdom Life. More info...
Forever with the Lord
The Story of Michael Sattler, martyred in 1527
Early Anabaptist Series
Angela K. Zehr / TGS International
What would it be like to be an Anabaptist? Ursula knows the Anabaptists are hunted, captured, and sometimes killed. Yet her sister Margaretha and her husband Michael Sattler find joy as they join the Anabaptists in their search for truth. Their joy remains even when they face persecution.
One of Ursula's brothers starts sneaking away at night and begins behaving mysteriously. Is he attending the Anabaptists meetings too?
Ursula is full of questions. How will these changes affect her family and their traditions? How can she know whether the Anabaptists are living the way the Bible teaches?
Join Ursula, a young girl in sixteenth-century Switzerland, as she faces these questions.
Charles Diller / Rod and Staff Publishers
Between one generation and the next lies a distance of years, experience, and maturity. Wisdom offered by godly parents is a great advantage to youth who receive it well. But those who isolate themselves from the older generation will suffer for their self-reliance. This book encourages youth to reach toward their elders, helping to build relationships that form the generational bridge. More info...
Isaac D. Martin / Rod and Staff Publishers
This book traces ways that society has gone downhill in recent years. But it also points out ways that we as individuals can still go up. Here you will find more than reminisces about "the good old days" or gloomy prophecies about the future. Cheer pervades these pages. Although the broad road is getting broader, the narrow way is still there if we look for it. Let us climb it together. More info...
Altar of Praise Chorale / TGS International
The music on this CD is intended to be a quiet and meaningful message of hope. The voices are refreshing and distinct, unaccompanied by instruments. The songs magnify the Saviour who came to earth to redeem us from sin so we can have eternal life. Listen to these inspirational songs and think about their message. As you listen, ask yourself, "Who is Jesus?" More info...
Silas Martin / Milestone Books
As we grow up, we begin to seek answers to some very important questions. How did the world and everything in it get here? Where did life come from? Why am I here? Why is there evil in the world, and why do bad things happen? Does it matter how I live?
People will give us many different answers to these questions. But how can we know which answers are right? We know that the correct answers will agree with reality, that is, the way things really are.
“The authors have shown in A Journey into Reality how the Holy Scriptures of the Bible provide satisfying explanations that agree with factual and observable reality. The presentation is non-technical and yet thorough, and readily understandable by someone able to read well. As a grandfather greatly interested in the next generation, I warmly recommend this book for today's young people.” —Donald E. Chittick, Scientist and former science professor
Mrs. Marvin Good / Rod and Staff Publishers
Based on Matthew 9:18-25; Mark 5:21-43.
Part of the Say-It-Again Series #2. These books were written to provide simple, repetitious stories to be read by beginning readers who can profit by the extra repetition, or to be read to younger children whose minds can more readily grasp the content of oft-repeated material. More info...
Melinda Fabian / Carlisle Press
What does a pine cone, a flower vase, and a strawberry have in common?
Not much, except they, along with over 300 other objects are hidden in the pages of Color Invisibles, just waiting for you to discover their secret hiding places! Ages 3 and up. More info...