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Brand and Yancey Bestsellers for a New Generation 2
The Real-Life Journey of a Family Separated at the Border 4
Brand-New Fiction from Sharon Garlough Brown 18
Hopeful Research from the Billy Graham Center on Evangelism 25
Introducing the IVP Signature Collection 28
Discover the Gospel According to Eve 30
Remembering
EUGENE
PETERSON

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IVP Books 2-16

IVP Connect 17

Formatio 18-24

IVP Praxis 25-27

IVP Academic 30-43

IVP Spring 2019 Highlights 44

IVP Recent Releases 45

IVP Bestselling Books 46-47

IVP Bestselling Bible Studies 48

IVP Bestselling Academic Books 49

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RELIGION / RELIGION & SCIENCE

A L L F O R M ATS AVA I L A B L E
AUGUST 6, 2019

Continuing the Legacy


Gold Medallion winners Fearfully and Wonderfully Made and In His Image have been
completely revised, updated, and combined to offer a new audience timeless
reflections on the body.
Join renowned leprosy surgeon Dr. Paul Brand and bestselling writer Philip Yancey
on a remarkable journey through inner space—a spellbinding account of medical
intervention, pain and healing, and the courage of humanity. Discover here the
eternal truths revealed by our seemingly ordinary existence.
(1984)
“This remarkable book
had a profound impact on my
life when I first read it years

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ago, and its insights will

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“What a blessing to reread
this work after thirty years, to immerse
myself in the story of Dr. Brand’s work
with lepers in India and the Bayou, and the
resultant lessons about the miraculous
workings of the human body, the beauty of human
friendship and caring, the profundity of God’s love.
Brilliant, charming, and wonder inducing,
this is a modern classic of science and faith.”
ANNE LA MOTT

DR. PAUL BRAND (1914–2003) grew up in India, studied


medicine in London, and practiced orthopedic surgery in India and the
United States. He achieved world renown for his innovative techniques
in the treatment of leprosy. He wrote Clinical Mechanics of the Hand, still
considered a classic in the field of hand surgery, as well as The Gift of Pain
(with Philip Yancey) and God’s Forever Feast. Before his death in 2003, he
received many honors, including the prestigious Albert Lasker Award
and appointment as Commander of the Order of the British Empire.

PHILIP YANCEY has written twenty-five books, including


bestselling and award-winning titles such as Disappointment with God,
Where Is God When It Hurts?, The Jesus I Never Knew, What’s So Amazing About Grace?
and Prayer: Does It Make Any Difference?. Yancey’s books have garnered thirteen
Gold Medallion Awards from Christian publishers and booksellers.
He currently has more than fifteen million books in print, published
in over forty languages worldwide.
SEPARATED BY THE BORDER
A Birth Mother, a Foster Mother, and a Migrant Child’s 3,000-Mile Journey

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• A personal story of a migrant child in immigration and
foster care

• Describes the trauma that migrant children experience


and the brokenness of the US immigration system

• Provides a hopeful ending and testimony to the power


of motherly love

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“[Thomas] puts human faces on the complex but
often politicized issues of immigration, asylum
seekers, and foster care. Separated by the Border
is a gripping, gracefully written story that the
American church needs to hear.”
MATTHEW SOERENS, coauthor of Welcoming the Stranger

“In one powerful book, Gena Thomas shares the


trauma, hope, and love that is the migration of men,
women, and children in today’s world. Wrapped
around her own experience as a foster parent,
Thomas helps us understand why one flees their
home country, even though they want to return. It is
truly a remarkable book.”
ALI NOORANI, executive director of the National Immigration Forum
and author of There Goes the Neighborhood

“Today’s faith-based communities are being called to


AVA I L A B L E O C T O B E R 2 9 , 2 0 1 9 help God’s children. Gena Thomas’s story of how she
224 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, answered this call is both powerful and inspirational.
978-0-8308-4575-0, $16.00, W, 48 bks/ctn . . . Separated by the Border is a book that will
SOCIAL SCIENCE / REFUGEES empower and inspire the reader.”
JOHN DeGARMO, director of The Foster Care Institute

In 2017 five-year-old Julia traveled with her mother from A Spanish-speaking former missionary, Gena Thomas
Honduras to the United States. Her harrowing journey became Julia’s foster mother and witnessed firsthand
took her through Mexico in the cargo section of a the ways migrant children experience trauma. Weaving
tractor trailer. Then she was separated from her mother, together the stories of birth mother and foster mother,
who was held hostage by smugglers who exploited her this book shows the human face of the immigrant and
physically and financially. At the United States border, refugee, the challenges of the immigration and foster
Julia was put in detention as an unaccompanied minor. care systems, and the tenacious power of motherly love.

G E N A T H O M A S is the instructional design specialist on staff with the Chalmers Center


in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, working to alleviate poverty by equipping churches to
empower the poor. She served as a missionary in northern Mexico for four years, holds a
master’s degree in international development, and is the author of A Smoldering Wick:
Igniting Missions Work with Sustainable Practices.

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DISCOVER JOY IN WORK
Transforming Your Occupation into Your Vocation

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Helps readers develop a vocation and career path that
aligns with their core beliefs and values

• Gives practical advice on how to grow professionally


and personally

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“As you read this book you will see it not only can
change the way you see work, it will change you as
a person.”
DARRELL L. BOCK, Howard G. Hendricks Center for Christian
Leadership and Cultural Engagement

“Discover Joy in Work will open new opportunities


for work to become a pathway to joy in your life.”
C. WILLIAM POLLARD, former CEO, The ServiceMaster Company

“Shundrawn Thomas is a shining example of the


power of merging purpose and profession to the glory
of God. Discover Joy in Work is a timely invitation to
experience God’s best in your daily work.”
NICHOLAS PEARCE, author of The Purpose Path

“We desperately need to read Shundrawn Thomas’s


revolutionary thoughts about how to turn our work
from drudgery to joy!”
JOE STOWELL, president, Cornerstone University
AVA I L A B L E S E P T E M B E R 1 0 , 2 0 1 9
“Shundrawn Thomas combines profound insights,
practical experience, and vivid anecdotes to produce 208 pages, hardcover, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
a road map for those seeking greater fulfillment in 978-0-8308-4574-3, $22.00, W, 28 bks/ctn
their work.” BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / MOTIVATIONAL
LESLIE D. HALE, president and CEO, R L J Lodging Trust

We are meant to experience joy in our work. But many toward work and the workplace requires intentionality
of us struggle to find a sense of purpose or satisfaction and effort. Thomas helps us to a greater understanding
in our daily grind. Is it possible for us to truly flourish of our abilities and passions, which in turn will help
in our work? us develop into the people we are meant to be. He
Business executive Shundrawn Thomas reveals how addresses issues of work ethic, character formation,
work is intended to produce lasting value and should and work-life synergy to find better alignment between
be meaningful and productive. A healthy attitude what we do and who we are.

S H U N D R AW N A . T H O M A S is president of a trillion-dollar global investment management


business, and is a management group member of a leading financial services company.
He previously served as a vice president for Goldman Sachs and worked in the fixed
income division of Morgan Stanley. Thomas is a motivational speaker, civic leader, and
the author of Ridiculous Faith: Ordinary People Living Extraordinary Lives, and Driving
Under the Influence: Finding Your Way on the Road of Life.
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CARPE DIEM REDEEMED
Seizing the Day, Discerning the Times

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• New book from Os Guinness, bestselling author of
The Call and Impossible People

• Reorients our view of history and calls us to live with


consequence in this pivotal moment in time

CONTENTS
Introduction: You Only Live Once—If Then
Chapter One: Singular, Significant, and Special
Chapter Two: Survival of the Fastest
Chapter Three: The Hidden Tyranny of Time
Chapter Four: Our Utmost for His Highest
Chapter Five: The Way to Seize the Day
Chapter Six: Prophetic Untimeliness
Chapter Seven: The End Is Not the End
Conclusion: The Day to End All Days
Notes
Author Index
Subject Index

ALSO BY OS GUINNESS

LAST CALL FOR LIBERTY


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176 pages, hardcover, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,


IMPOSSIBLE PEOPLE
978-0-8308-4581-1, $20.00, W, 28 bks/ctn
978-0-8308-4465-4, $24.00
RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / SOCIAL ISSUES

You only live once—if then. In the midst of our harried but as linear and purposeful. In the Judeo-Christian
modern world, how do we make the most of life and tradition, time and history are meaningful, and
the time we have? human beings have agency to live with freedom and
In these fast and superficial times, Os Guinness calls consequence in partnership with God. Thus we can
us to consequential living. In strong contrast to both seek to serve God’s purpose for our generation, read
Eastern and secularist views of time, he reorients our the times, and discern our call for this moment in
very notion of history, not as cyclical or meaningless history.

O S G U I N N E S S is the author of more than thirty books, including The Call, Renaissance,
Fool’s Talk, Impossible People, and Last Call for Liberty. He has been a visiting fellow
at the Brookings Institution and a senior fellow at the EastWest Institute. A frequent
speaker and prominent social critic, he has addressed audiences worldwide, and he was
the lead drafter for both the Williamsburg Charter and the Global Charter of Conscience.

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BREAD FOR THE RESISTANCE
Forty Devotions for Justice People

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• A forty-day devotional for people in the work of justice

• Addresses realities of burnout and disillusionment,


grief and anger, courage and hope

• Offers biblical reflections through the lived experiences


of adversity and suffering

• Includes QR codes and links to online music and


bonus material

CONTENTS
Part 1: Understanding Our Part 4: The Message: Good
Purpose News
Part 2: The Goal: Changing Part 5: The Method: Love
the World
Part 6: The Reality: Suffering
Part 3: The Means: New Birth

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“[Barber] writes with clarity and an unmatched depth
of insight and has the reputation and longevity of
someone who has something to teach us all. This
devotional was exactly what I needed. Bread for the
Resistance will refresh your soul and become the one
book this year you give to everyone you know.”
KEN WYTSMA, author of The Myth of Equality, founder of AVA I L A B L E S E P T E M B E R 1 7, 2 0 1 9
The Justice Conference
144 pages, paperback, 5 x 7 inches,
978-0-8308-4396-1, $15.00, W, 72 bks/ctn
RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / SOCIAL ISSUES

Sometimes you get tired doing this thing we call in the resistance to injustice. When you face adversity,
justice. Making the case, fighting the fight, having to you can take courage. When you grapple with
explain again and again why it matters, you feel burned discouragement, you can find hope. When your legs
out or disillusioned. Sometimes you just need a word are tired from marching and your knees bruised from
from the Lord. kneeling, you can experience rest and healing. Find
In these daily devotions, Donna Barber offers life- here bread for the resistance.
giving words of renewal and hope for those engaged

D O N N A B A R B E R is cofounder of The Voices Project, an organization that influences


culture through training and promoting leaders of color. She is also the director of
Champions Academy, an initiative of the Portland Leadership Foundation that provides
culturally responsive leadership development for student athletes. She lives in Portland,
Oregon, with her husband, Leroy, and their children.

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WE CAN
END WORLD
HUNGER
JESUS’ COMMAND IS CLEAR: WE
ARE CALLED TO FEED ALL OF GOD’S
C H I L D R E N . B U T I S T H AT P O S S I B L E ?

T H E C H A L L E N G E S A R E G R E A T, B U T
T H E F I G H T T O E L I M I N AT E G L O B A L
MALNUTRITION AND HUNGER IS
ONE WE CAN WIN.

YO U ’ L L H E A R F R O M VO I C E S L I K E :
Chef Rick Bayless | Representative Diane Black | Tony Campolo, PhD | Senator Bob Corker | Cathleen
Falsani | Senator William H. Frist, MD | Helene Gayle, MD | Amy Grant | Ambassador Tony P. Hall |
Rudo Kwaramba-Kayombo | Nikole Lim | Jonathan Martin | Mike McHargue | Samuel Rodriguez |
Jeffrey Sachs, PhD | Gabe Salguero | Mark K. Shriver | Ron Sider | Steve Taylor and family |
Roger Thurow | Kimberly Williams-Paisley | Brad Paisley
SOCIAL SCIENCE / AGRICULTURE & FOOD
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AVA I L A B L E O C T O B E R 2 2 , 2 0 1 9

J E N N Y E AT O N DY E R is
executive director of Hope Through
Healing Hands, a Nashville-based
global health organization, founded
and chaired by Senator Bill Frist. She
directs the Faith-Based Coalition
for Healthy Mothers and Children
Worldwide with support from the Bill
and Melinda Gates Foundation, as
well as the Faith-Based Coalition for
Global Nutrition with support from
the Eleanor Crook Foundation. Dyer
has written widely on the intersec-
tion of religion and health. She is a
contributor to Why Save Africa and a
cocompiler of The aWAKE Project and
The Mother and Child Project.

C AT H L E E N FA L S A N I is
an award-winning religion journalist
and author, specializing in the inter-
section of faith and culture as well
“ B E A PA R T O F T H E G R OW I N G G LO B A L M OV E M E N T as global poverty, AIDS and HIV in
TO END HUNGER—IN OUR LIFETIME .” sub-Saharan Africa, and other issues
affecting the developing world. Her
BRIAN D. McLAREN books include the critically acclaimed
author, speaker, and activist
The God Factor, Sin Boldly, The Dude
Abides, BELIEBER, and Disquiet Time
(coedited with Jennifer Grant). Falsani
is a longtime correspondent for Religion
News Service and a featured writer for
Sojourners, and she was the religion
writer and columnist for the Chicago
Sun-Times from 2000 to 2010.
God's Word for Today
JOH N STOT T ’ S W I SD OM I N A N E W F OR M AT

THE WORLD THE GOSPEL


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RELIGION / CHRISTIAN
MINISTRY / MISSIONS THE DISCIPLE
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How can Christians effectively engage today’s


world while staying true to Scripture?
Calling us to listen well to both the Word and the world, JOHN STOTT (1921–2011)
was known worldwide as a preacher,
John Stott shows how Christianity can preserve its authentic
evangelist, and communicator of Scripture.
identity and remain relevant to current realities. With the He served as rector of All Souls Church in
God’s Word for Today series, pastor Tim Chester has updated London and is the author of many books,
Stott’s classic book The Contemporary Christian and made including Basic Christianity, The Cross of
it accessible to new generations of readers. Christ, and Christian Mission in the
Modern World.

TIM CHESTER is a pastor of


“A boon to a new generation of readers who will greatly Grace Church in Boroughbridge, North
benefit, as many have before, from Stott’s thorough ground- Yorkshire, England, and has written
ing in Scripture, unusual help for living the Christian life, and more than thirty books, including Bible
Matters, Mission Matters, and Closing
perceptive interaction with the contemporary world.” the Window.
MARK NOLL, coeditor of A History of Evangelicalism

G O D ’ S W O R D F O R T O DAY S E T
A L L VO L U M E S AVA I L A B L E J U LY 1 6 , 2 0 1 9
5 Volumes, 978-0-8308-4365-7, $70.00, WIV
I SEE YOU
How Love Opens Our Eyes to Invisible People

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Tells stories to restore dignity and help readers
understand the realities of poverty and homelessness

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Devour this book and let Terence gently speak to
you from his soul. He will help you to see poverty
differently.”
From the foreword by DAVE GIBBONS, founder and CEO, XEALOTS

“A riveting, robust, and revealing read by this


dynamic young activist.”
MAYNARD EATON, Southern Christian Leadership Conference

“This is one of the realest books I’ve ever read. . . . Only


after we digest real truth such as this can we truly began
to love those whom the world has chosen to ignore.”
TEDASHII, hip-hop artist, writer, public speaker

“In a fashion that invokes the prophetic fire of Martin


Luther King Jr. and the compassionate solidarity of
Jesus Christ, Lester centralizes love as the key factor
to dismantling evil and creating a more equal world.”
NEICHELLE R. GUIDRY, Spelman College, creator of shepreaches

“I am confident that this book will bring the mind


shift that is needed to turn apathy into empathy.”
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for you.” RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / SOCIAL ISSUES
CASEY J, Christian songwriter and storyteller

Countless people are invisible to us. We overlook the us. His personal encounters and real-life stories challenge
poor and homeless, partly because we don’t share much Christians to become more informed about poverty and
space with them. More seriously, we often choose not homelessness. When we see people through God’s eyes
to see the realities around us. We hold misconceptions and hear their stories, we restore their dignity and help
about who is deserving, or make false assumptions them flourish. And when we recognize our own inner
about people’s poverty being their own fault. spiritual poverty, we have greater empathy for others,
Terence Lester calls us to see the invisible people around no matter their circumstances.

T E R E N C E L E ST E R is a minister, speaker, community activist, author, and founder of Love


Beyond Walls, a nonprofit organization focused on poverty awareness and community
mobilization. His campaigns on behalf of the poor have been featured in USA Today
and Black Enterprise, and on NBC and Upworthy, and have been viewed by millions of
people globally.

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A LIFE OF LISTENING
Discerning God’s Voice and Discovering Our Own

FEATURES & BENEFITS

A Life of • Personal and spiritual memoir from Leighton Ford,


former vice president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic
Association

Listening •


Tells stories from Ford’s life of evangelistic ministry

Gives insightful guidance on how to listen for God’s


voice in your life

DISCERNING CONTENTS
1. The Earliest Voices 11. A Mantle Falling, A Seed
G O D ’ S VO I C E Growing
2. Discerning One Voice
from Another 12. The Start of a Second
AND 3. Choosing to Become a Journey
Listener
13. A Voice After the Hurricane
4. Called to Lead, Led to
D I S C OV E R I N G Preach 14. When We Lose Our Way
5. Crossing New Thresholds 15. The Voice of Beauty
OU R OW N 6. The Mentor and the 16. A Voice Among the Voices
Mockingbird 17. Summoned to Attentiveness
7. Discerning a Shift 18. The Sound of that Voice
8. Voices in a Dark Night
9. Pieces in the Identity Puzzle
10. Losing a Son, Restoring
A MEMOIR BY a Soul

Leighton Ford
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
“My best friend in high school met Jesus while
listening to Leighton Ford forty-five years ago. It is
AVA I L A B L E S E P T E M B E R 3 , 2 0 1 9 Leighton’s profound capacity to listen to Jesus that
208 pages, hardcover, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, makes listening to Leighton a gift to us. ”
978-0-8308-4573-6, $24.00, W, 48 bks/ctn JOHN ORTBERG, senior pastor of Menlo Church
RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / MEMOIR

The Christian life is a life of listening. In this memoir, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, he remembers
lifelong minister of the gospel Leighton Ford tells his God’s voice proclaiming, instructing, and reassuring.
story as a personal history of listening for God’s voice. Through the pain of deep loss, he remembers God’s
Beginning with his earliest memories, he recounts voice calling out to him even in the deafening silence.
the different ways God has spoken to him, and the What emerges is not just an account of a long and
different ways he has learned to listen. Through the faithful life of Christian service, but a picture of the
joys of ministry in many years as an evangelist with the Christian life—the life of listening.

L E I G H T O N F O R D is president of Leighton Ford Ministries, which seeks to help young


leaders worldwide lead more like Jesus. From 1955 until 1985 he served as associate
evangelist and later vice president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. He is the
author of numerous books, including Transforming Leadership and The Attentive Life.

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WRITE BETTER
A Lifelong Editor on Craft, Art, and Spirituality
Andrew T. Le Peau
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Short, accessible chapters on the craft, art, and
spirituality of writing by a forty-year publishing veteran

• Includes helpful appendices on copyright, coauthoring,

Write
agents, and more

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“An invaluable treasure trove of wisdom, counsel,
humor, and practical suggestions and tips—as one of
the poorer writers on whom Andy Le Peau has honed
his legendary skills, I only wish I had read this book
before I started writing.”
OS GUINNESS, author of Fool’s Talk

“This is now the important book on writing that every


Christian writer (and many others) must own.”
ROY M. CARLISLE, executive editor for Books, Independent Institute Better
“This book belongs on the reference shelf of every
long
writer. It offers forty years’ experience with words— A Life
r on
Edito
giving readers the equivalent of multiple master’s
courses for the price of one volume.”
Ar t,
VINITA HAMPTON WRIGHT, author of The Soul Tells a Story Craft, y
S p i r itualit
“Write Better—witty, down-to-earth, and informed and
by a lifetime in publishing—combines a wealth
of practical advice with a distinctively Christian
perspective on the writer’s craft.”
AVA I L A B L E O C T O B E R 8 , 2 0 1 9
JOHN WILSON, Englewood Review of Books
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ways to get started and keep going.” LANGUAGE ARTS / WRITING / NONFICTION
JEN POLLOCK MICHEL, author of Surprised by Paradox

In this primer on nonfiction writing, Andrew Le Peau In these pages you’ll also discover how the act of
offers insights and skills he has learned from forty years writing can change us and our life in God. Self-doubt,
as a published author and an editor. With wide-ranging fear of criticism, and finding our voice are all a part of
examples from fiction and nonfiction, Le Peau also the exploration of our spirituality as writers. Whether
demystifies aspects of art in writing such as creativity, you’re a veteran writer, an occasional practitioner,
tone, and metaphor. He considers strategies that can a publishing professional, or a student just starting
move us toward fresher, more vital, and perhaps more to explore such skills, Le Peau’s wit and wisdom can
beautiful expressions of our human condition. speed you on your way.

A N D R E W T. L E P E A U is a writer and editor living in the Chicago area. He was the long-
time associate publisher for editorial at InterVarsity Press, where he worked for over forty
years. He is the coauthor of several Bible study guides including James and Ephesians
in the LifeGuide Bible Studies series, and coauthor of Heart. Soul. Mind. Strength. and
Mark Through Old Testament Eyes.

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THE RELUCTANT WITNESS
Discovering the Delight of Spiritual Conversations

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• A short, friendly introduction to spiritual conversations
from an evangelism expert

• Based on encouraging original research from the


Barna Group

CONTENTS
Introduction: Are My Feet Conclusion: Back on the Bus
Beautiful? Acknowledgments
1. Reluctant Appendix A: Research
Conversationalists Partners
2. Why We Stopped Talking Appendix B: Research
3. Delightful Conversations Methodology
4. People Who Are Still Appendix C: Definitions
Talking
5. Everyday Conversations

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“I truly believe that Don’s book has the capacity to
unlock witnesses for Christ in this missional moment.
We desperately need ways to set people free to tell
the story of Christ. Filled with important statistical
insight, amazing stories of witness, vulnerable
examples, and rich biblical insight—this book is
simply a must for the church today.”
AVA I L A B L E J U LY 3 0 , 2 0 1 9 JIM SINGLETON, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
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RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / EVANGELISM us see how faith today is different from twenty-five
years ago. Don’s style is folksy, winsome, insightful,
convicting, and even fun. Enjoy!”
DOUG SCHAUPP, coauthor of I Once Was Lost

New research finds that Christians are less involved actually be a delight. Unpacking what God’s Word
in spiritual conversations today than we were twenty- says about spiritual conversations and digging into the
five years ago. As a result, many of our churches and habits of eager conversationalists, Everts describes
communities are shrinking instead of growing. What what we can learn from Christians who are still talking
can we do about this? about their faith. With original research from the Barna
Telling surprising—and sometimes embarrassing— Group on spiritual conversations in the digital age, this
stories, Don Everts affirms what Scripture and the book offers fresh insights and best practices for fruitful
latest research reveal: spiritual conversations can everyday conversations.

D O N E V E R TS is reluctant to call himself an evangelist, but he has found himself talking


about Jesus with all sorts of skeptical and curious people. He is a writer for Lutheran Hour
Ministries and associate pastor at Bonhomme Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri.
He has also been a speaker and trainer for Alpha and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
His many books include Jesus with Dirty Feet, I Once Was Lost, and Breaking the Huddle.

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FOOL’S TALK
Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion

OS GUINNESS

GUINNESS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• New paperback edition of a bestseller by Os Guinness Author of Renaissance
• 2016 Christianity Today Book of the Year in

fool’s
Apologetics/Evangelism

• One of Desiring God’s Top 15 Books of 2015

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Os Guinness’s books have been invaluable for the

fool’s ta l k
Christian church for decades. A great deal of what
I know about communicating the faith in modern
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Our world is changing dramatically, yet many Christians In his magnum opus, Os Guinness offers a
still rely on cookie-cutter approaches to evangelism comprehensive presentation of the art and power
and apologetics. Most of these methods assume that of creative persuasion. Following the tradition of
people are open, interested, and needy for spiritual Erasmus, Pascal, G. K. Chesterton, C. S. Lewis, Malcolm
insight when increasingly most people are not. Our Muggeridge, and Peter Berger, Guinness demonstrates
urgent need, then, is the capacity to persuade—to how apologetic persuasion requires both the rational
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are not interested in it. power of Christian witness.

O S G U I N N E S S is the author of more than thirty books, including The Call, Renaissance,
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at the Brookings Institution and a senior fellow at the EastWest Institute. A frequent
speaker and prominent social critic, he has addressed audiences worldwide, and he was
the lead drafter for both the Williamsburg Charter and the Global Charter of Conscience.

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THE MYTH OF EQUALITY
Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege
A P U B L I S H E R S W E E K LY B O O K O F T H E Y E A R

KEN WYTSMA FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Expanded edition, now in paperback, includes a new
afterword on race and privilege in today’s cultural context

• 2017 Foreword INDIES Book Award Honorable Mention

• Publishers Weekly’s Five Best Religion Titles of 2017

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


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communities nationwide.”
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY STARRED REVIEW, April 10, 2017

“I'm grateful for voices like Ken Wytsma who are


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EUGENE CHO, pastor and humanitarian, author of Overrated

“Rooted in Scripture, history, and personal experience,


The Myth of Equality is a valuable primer for anyone
struggling to understand racism and privilege.”
CHANEQUA WALKER-BARNES, author of Too Heavy a Yoke
Uncovering the Roots
“With great sensitivity, wisdom, and boldness,
of Injustice and Privilege
Ken takes on the tough, often-taboo topics of
Expanded Edition
privilege and race. . . . This book is needed and
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around race in America.”
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SCOT McKNIGHT, Northern Seminary

Is privilege real or imagined? Issues of race and equality Ken Wytsma, founder of The Justice Conference,
have come to the forefront in our nation’s consciousness— understands these questions. He has gone through
every week yet another incident involving racial tension his own journey of understanding the underpinnings
splashes across headlines and dominates our news of inequality and privilege. In this timely, insightful
feeds. But it’s not easy to unpack the origins of these book, Wytsma unpacks what we need to know to be
tensions, and perhaps we wonder whether any of these grounded in conversations about today’s race-related
issues really has anything to do with us. issues.

K E N W Y TS M A is the lead pastor of Village Church in Beaverton, Oregon. He is also the


founder of The Justice Conference and Kilns College. His books include Pursuing Justice,
The Grand Paradox, Create vs. Copy, and Redeeming How We Talk. Royalties from this
book will help publish books by authors of color.

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DEPENDING ON JESUS
Discovering the Sufficiency of Christ
Dale larsen
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Getting the Most out of 7. Restoration Within Ruin
Depending on Jesus (Mark 5:1-20)
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Powerlessness Loneliness
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(Luke 24:13-35) Leader’s Notes
5. Help Within Hostility
(2 Corinthians 4:7-18)
6. Courage Within
Injustice 10 S T U D I E S F O R I N D I V I D UA L S O R G R O U P S
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A LONG OBEDIENCE IN THE SAME DIRECTION
Discipleship in an Instant Society

Since Eugene Peterson first wrote this spiritual formation classic nearly
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The Quest for Life at Its Best

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In a series of profound reflections on the life of Jeremiah the prophet,
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E U G E N E H . P E T E R S O N (1932–2018) was a pastor, scholar, author, and poet. He wrote more


than thirty books, including his widely acclaimed paraphrase of the Bible, The Message: The
Bible in Contemporary Language, his memoir, The Pastor, and numerous works of biblical
spiritual formation. Peterson was founding pastor of Christ Our King Presbyterian Church in Bel
Air, Maryland, where he served for twenty-nine years.

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WHAT DOES YOUR SOUL LOVE?
Eight Questions That Reveal God’s Work in You

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• By the author of An Unhurried Life and An Unhurried
Leader

• Includes reflection questions for individuals or groups


at the end of each chapter

• Practical and accessible spiritual exercises and


inventories sprinkled throughout the text

CONTENTS
1. Invitation: Changing 8. Control: What Are You
from the Center Clinging To?
2. Desire: What Do You 9. Joy: What Does Your
Really Want? Soul Love?
3. Resistance: What Is 10. Process: Staying on the
Getting in Your Way? Path of Change
4. Vulnerability: Where Are Appendix A—Creative
You Hiding? Spiritual Practices
5. Truth: What Is Most Real Appendix B—A Process for
to You? Transformation
6. Pain: How Are You Appendix C—Guide for
Suffering? Groups
7. Fear: What Are You Notes
Afraid Of?

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


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What do you really want? What is your soul clinging to? afraid, and much more. They also reveal the path to joy
What is getting in your way? and to the heart of God.
In these pages Gem and Alan Fadling outline eight Spiritual inventories and exercises will guide you,
key questions that offer deep insight into how we along with stories from Gem and Alan’s lives and
experience soul change. These questions open the their ministry together through Unhurried Living. This
door to spiritual transformation. They help us unpack practical, personal book offers a path to understanding
where we are stuck, where we are in pain, where we are what God wants to reveal in your soul.

G E M FA D L I N G is the vice president and cofounder of Unhurried Living, where she provides
content and training that helps people lead from fullness rather than leading on empty.
A L A N FA D L I N G is president and cofounder of Unhurried Living Inc. in Mission Viejo, California.
He speaks and consults internationally and he is the award-winning author of An Unhurried Leader
and An Unhurried Life, which was honored with a Christianity Today Award of Merit in spirituality.

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THE WINDING PATH OF TRANSFORMATION
Finding Yourself Between Glory and Humility

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Inspiration for the ups and downs of spiritual life

• Author is the pastor of Church by the Sea, a quirky,


diverse congregation in Laguna Beach, California

CONTENTS
Foreword by Cathleen Falsani Part III: The Slow Opening
Part I: Glory and Humility 9. Learning to Be Me
1. At Home in the Middle 10. The Significance of Small
Place Prayers
2. Growing Deep Roots 11. Trusting God in the
Brokenness
3. Enlarge My Heart
12. The Slow Work of the
4. Discovering Our True
Cross
Vocation
Part IV: The Way of the River
Part II: Necessary Seasons
13. Living in Joy and Grief
5. The Importance of
Desolation 14. The Tension of Glory and
Humility
6. The Illumination of
Waiting 15. The Wisdom of the River
7. The Value of Remaining 16. Leaving and Returning
8. Living with Questions 17. Discovering Joy

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Jeff Tacklind is a surprising and winsome voice
with a wide reach. He writes with the vulnerability
of someone who just wants to be a little more like
Jesus. But behind his easy-going tone you’ll find the
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“The promise of the title is real—your own journey
RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / SPIRITUAL GROWTH
will be transformed.”
LEONARD SWEET, Evangelical Seminary

Pastor Jeff Tacklind describes spiritual transformation of growth will resonate with Tacklind’s vulnerability in
as an invitation to paradox. By entering into suffering, this honest and meditative account. Tacklind draws
he says, we find joy. By embracing the downward path from the natural world—trees, waves, mountains,
of humility, we find glory. And by remaining small, and canyons—to bring to life the lessons that he has
sometimes we grow to great heights. picked up along the way. C. S. Lewis, Henri Nouwen,
Readers who have found their own spiritual journey to Søren Kierkegaard, and others all serve as guides who
be winding and halting rather than a constant ascent light the way on the winding path of following God.

J E F F TAC K L I N D is lead pastor of Church by the Sea in Laguna Beach, California, where
he lives with his wife and three children. He is a spiritual director and has a doctorate in
semiotics and future studies from George Fox University.

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BECOMING AN ORDINARY M YS TIC
Spirituality for the Rest of Us

ALBERT HAASE, OFM

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Shares honest spiritual insights from a Franciscan priest

Becoming

Becoming an O R D I N A R Y Mystic
• Includes exercises at the end of each chapter to help
you practice, reflect, and ponder

an
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
“With scriptural insights and practical exercises,
Haase reminds us that God has an ardent longing for
a deeper and deeper relationship with each of us. . . .
An authentic expression of the Franciscan vision of
the world!” ORDINARY
RICHARD ROHR, Center for Action and Contemplation

“A surprisingly accessible guide to a mature


Christian life saturated with the divine presence.”
WENDY M. WRIGHT, Creighton University
Mystic
“Haase holds keen insight for the subtleties of the
spiritual journey. His guidance gently leads us along
the path that makes meaning out of our life.”
PHILEENA HEUERTZ, author of Mindful Silence

“In this short book, you’ll find yourself reading along


with some of the greatest minds of the church. You’ll
recognize yourself in the stories, grow through the SPIRITUALITY FOR THE REST OF US
training exercises, and be inspired by the invitation
to claim your inner mystic.”
ALICE CAMILLE, coauthor of Fearless
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the details of commonplace living.” RELIGION / SPIRITUALITY
MANUEL LUZ, creative arts pastor, author of Honest Worship

Do you ever feel like you are walking in spiritual Learning to be a mystic is about cultivating a life with
circles? While we might think it would be different for a God in which we draw close, listen, and respond
Franciscan priest, Father Albert Haase shares the same moment to moment. We know we will fail at times, but
struggles. And yet he also affirms that we are all called we can also be certain that we follow a God who never
to be ordinary mystics, who, in the words of his own stops reaching out to us. This book offers a daily path
spiritual director, are “ordinary Christians who do what to making the connection.
we are all called to do: respond to grace.”

A L B E R T H A A S E , OFM, is a preacher, teacher, and spiritual director. A former missionary


to mainland China for over eleven years, he is the award-winning author of ten books on
popular spirituality and the presenter on five bestselling DVDs. He is currently serving as
chaplain at Cedarbrake Retreat Center near Austin, Texas.

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THE GOOD AND BEAUTIFUL GOD
Falling in Love with the God Jesus Knows

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Limited edition commemorating the tenth anniversary
of this bestselling book

• Includes premium features like a ribbon bookmark

• New afterword from James Bryan Smith

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“The best practice I have seen in Christian spiritual
formation.”
DALLAS WILLARD, author of The Divine Conspiracy

“I am so grateful this edition of a rich spiritual


resource will become available. I hope it is widely
and wisely read.”
JOHN ORTBERG, senior pastor of Menlo Church

“I have run into countless people who testify to the


grace-filled and powerful insights in Jim’s writing
for discipleship, for spiritual formation, and for
apprenticeship to Jesus. . . . This is why The Good
and Beautiful God is such an important book,
deserves a special tenth-year edition, and is destined
to become a classic in the years to come.”
TODD HUNTER, Churches for the Sake of Others

“Deep, inspiring, and highly accessible, this is the


best book I’ve read on spiritual practices.”
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RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / SPIRITUAL GROWTH and those around us and our world.”
SCOT McKNIGHT, Northern Seminary

For the past decade The Good and Beautiful God has in Scripture, you can engage in a process of spiritual
been helping readers ask hard questions about the formation that includes specific activities aimed at
character of God. We all have ideas we tell ourselves making these new narratives real in your body and
about God. Some are true—but many are false. soul as well as your mind.
James Bryan Smith invites you to put your ideas to the Discover the narratives that Jesus lived by and learn
test to see if they match up with what Jesus himself how to practice spiritual exercises that will help you
reveals about God. Once you’ve discovered the truth grow in the knowledge of our good and beautiful God.

J A M E S B R YA N S M I T H is the author of the Apprentice series and recent books The


Magnificent Story and The Magnificent Journey. A founding member of Richard J.
Foster’s spiritual renewal ministry, Renovaré, he serves as the director of the Apprentice
Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation at Friends University and as a teaching pastor
at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.

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YOU FOUND ME
New Research on How Unchurched Nones, Millennials, and
Irreligious Are Surprisingly Open to Christian Faith

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Includes insights from 2,000 unchurched people and best
practices from the top ten percent of most effective churches

CONTENTS
1. Introduction: Part 2: Developing Missional
The Challenge Leaders
Congregations Face in 6. Modeling Outreach
America Others Can Imitate
Part 1: Recovering a Missional 7. Multiplying Missional
Imagination for the Leaders
Unchurched in America
Part 3: Developing a
2. Exposing Common Missional Congregation
Myths About
8. Belonging to the Broader
Unchurched Americans
Community
3. Adopting a New
9. Blessing the World to
Narrative About the
Reach the World
Unchurched
10. Bringing the Community
4. Reaching the Receptive
to Church
Millennials, Nones, and
Nominals in Your Life 11. Building a Community
of the Beloved Through
5. Discovering the
Hospitality
Conversion Community
Equation 12. Conclusion: From a
Conversion Community to
a Conversion Movement

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Richardson charts a compelling vision for church outreach
and evangelism in our new post-Christian world.”
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RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / EVANGELISM
irreligious people today.”
DAVE FERGUSON, lead pastor of Community Christian Church

Researcher and practitioner Rick Richardson unveils In this book you will find best practices from research
the findings of the Billy Graham Center Institute’s into the top ten percent of churches that most
groundbreaking studies on the unchurched. A study effectively reach the unchurched. People who were
of 2,000 unchurched people across the country reveals previously unchurched share what actually moved them
that the unchurched are still remarkably open to to faith and Christian commitment. The research shows
faith conversations and the church. Even unchurched that churches and organizations can be transformed to
“nones” and millennials are quite receptive if they are become places where conversion growth becomes the
approached in particular ways. new normal.

R I C K R I C H A R D S O N is professor of evangelism and leadership at Wheaton College


Graduate School and director of the Billy Graham Center Institute and its Church
Evangelism Initiative. He previously served at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton,
Illinois. His books include Reimagining Evangelism and Evangelism Outside the Box.

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SUSTAINABLE YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
Making It Work, Making It Last

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• A paradigm-shifting book based on the authors’ many
years of experience working with young adults

• Includes practical appendices and additional online


supplementary material

CONTENTS
Introduction 11. Paradox #3: Reach Young
1. How Do You Solve a People by Gathering
Problem Like Young More Old People
Adults? A Ruthlessly 12. Paradox #4: Reach One
Honest Snapshot of the Young Adult at a Time
State of Today’s Young Through a System to
Adult Ministry Reach Them All
2. Mistake #1: Learn About 13. Paradox #5: Respond to
Young Adults Lack of Commitment by
3. Mistake #2: Change the Asking for More
Worship Style 14. Paradox #6: Attract
4. Mistake #3: Expect the Young Adults to Your
Youth Director to Do It Church by Sending Them
Away
5. Mistake #4: Start by
Creating a Young Adult 15. I Don’t Know . . . Yet.
Program Practicing the Long
Obedience
6. Mistake #5: Wait Until
They’re Ready 16. Failure Isn’t an Option—
It’s a Certainty
7. Mistake #6: Give Up Too
Soon Acknowledgments
8. Beyond Fixing Discussion Questions
9. Paradox #1: Succeed by Appendix: The Young Adult
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Being Willing to Fail
224 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 10. Paradox #2: Focus on Additional Resources
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RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / YOUTH the Focus off Young
Adults

Young adults can seem like the elusive Holy Grail their efforts to reach this demographic—mistakes they
demographic in Christian ministry. But what if young themselves have made—and offer six paradoxes that
adult ministry isn’t actually as enigmatic as we’ve been return us to a simpler, more biblical ministry model.
led to believe? Full of practical advice and a wealth of additional
Scott Pontier and Mark DeVries know firsthand the resources, this book offers a fresh perspective on
challenges of young adult ministry. In these pages young adult ministry that is grounded in long ministry
they explore six common mistakes churches make in experience and in the timeless gospel of Jesus.

M A R K D e V R I E S is the president of Ministry S C O T T P O N T I E R is the lead pastor of


Architects and author or coauthor of Jamestown Harbor Church, a multi-site
Sustainable Youth Ministry, Sustainable church in western Michigan. He is also a
Children’s Ministry and Family-Based Youth senior consultant at Ministry Architects
Ministry. He served for twenty-eight years and the author of Reimagining Young
at First Presbyterian Church in Nashville. Adult Ministry.
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TOGETHER FOR THE CITY
How Collaborative Church Planting Leads to Citywide Movements

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Gives a vision for collaborative church planting across
networks and denominations

• Written in partnership with Redeemer City to City

• Explains why we need citywide church planting


movements

• Shows that church plants accomplish more when


working together for a city

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“While there is an increasing body of literature
about church planting in general, there is almost
nothing available that describes whole-city
collaboration between multiple denominations,
networks, and movements. Neil and John spell out
what it takes to get this done. I know of no better
book on the subject.”
From the foreword by TIM KELLER

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RELIGION / CHRISTIAN CHURCH / GROWTH

We need a bigger vision for the city. It’s not enough to They share lessons learned and principles discovered
plant individual churches in isolation from each other. from their experiences leading a successful citywide
The spiritual need and opportunity of our cities is too movement. The more willing we are to collaborate
big for any one church to meet alone. across denominations and networks, the more
Pastors Neil Powell and John James contend that to effectively we will reach our communities—whatever
truly transform a city, the gospel compels us to create their size—for Jesus. Come discover what God can do
localized, collaborative church planting movements. in our cities when we work together.

N E I L P O W E L L is pastor of City Church, J O H N J A M E S is the pastor of Crossway


Birmingham, UK, and a founder of Church, Birmingham, UK, and the author of
2020birmingham. He is chair of the exec- Renewal: Church Revitalisation Along the
utive committee for City to City Europe. Way of the Cross.

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R E I N T RO D U C I N G
T I M E L E S S W O R K S to a
N E W G E N E R AT I O N

In celebration of our seventy-fifth anniversary, InterVarsity Press is releasing


special editions of select iconic and bestselling books from throughout our history.
Between Fall 2019 and Fall 2023, we plan to release Signature Collection editions
of twenty-seven books and thirteen Bible studies that represent a wide
range of authors, topics, and genres.
S I X -S E S
SION ST
UDY
STUDY
S I X- S ESSION

With thoughtful, pastoral guidance, John In this practical, down-to-earth book,


Stott's classic book presents the historical Paul Little offers real-world examples of
facts on which Christianity stands, con- how to share your faith, along with helpful
sidering our need for salvation, how we advice that shows how friendly and natural
should respond to the gospel, and what it evangelism can really be.
looks like to live as a Christian.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / EVANGELISM BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY


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F U T U R E VO LU M E S I N T H E S I G NAT U R E C O L L E C T I O N I N C LU D E

The God Who Is There This Morning with God The Fight Free at Last?
Francis Schaeffer Edited by Carol Adeney John White Carl F. Ellis Jr.
Winter 2020 Winter 2020 Spring 2020 Spring 2020
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Amanda Benkhuesen traces the history of women's interpretation of Genesis 1-3 allowing
the voices of women from the past to speak of Eve's story and its implication for today.

A M A N D A W. B E N C K H U Y S E N is Johanna K. And Martin J. Wyngaarden


Senior Professor of Old Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary and a
researcher in biblical interpretation and reception history.
PAUL AND THE GIANTS OF PHILOSOPHY
Reading the Apostle in Greco-Roman Context

What forces shaped the intellectual world of the apostle Paul? How familiar
was he with the philosophers of his age, and to what extent was he influenced
by them? When he quoted Greco-Roman sources, what was his aim?
Joseph Dodson and David Briones have gathered contributors with
diverse views who aim to make Paul’s engagement with ancient philosophy
accessible. These essays address Paul’s interaction with Greco-Roman
philosophical thinking on a particular topic, including discussion questions
and reading lists to help readers engage the material further.

RELIGION / PHILOSOPHY
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J O S E P H R . D O D S O N is associate professor D AV I D E . B R I O N E S is associate professor of


of New Testament at Denver Seminary, New Testament at Westminster Theological
author of The “Powers” of Personification, Seminary (Philadelphia), author of Paul’s
and coauthor of A Little Book for New Bible Financial Policy, and coeditor of Paul and
Scholars. Seneca in Dialogue.

by ro n

A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF A SL AVE NEW IN SERIES A Week in


the L i f e of
Paul’s epistle to Philemon is one of the shortest books in the entire Bible, A s l av e
A
Week

and it leaves plenty to the imagination. Here is a vivid imagining of that story.
This narrative from an accomplished New Testament scholar follows the slave
in the

Onesimus from his arrival in Ephesus, where the apostle Paul is imprisoned,
Life

and fleshes out the lived context of that time and place, supplemented by
numerous sidebars and historical images. John Byron’s historical fiction is a
of a

social and theological critique of slavery in the Roman Empire and a gripping
slave

adventure story, set against the exotic backdrop of first-century Ephesus.

RELIGION / BIBLICAL STUDIES / HISTORY & CULTURE


J o hn b y ro n
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A WE E K IN THE LIF E SERIES
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J O H N BY R O N is professor of New Testament at Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio.


He is the author of several books, including Slavery Metaphors in Early Judaism and Pauline
Christianity and Recent Research on Paul and Slavery.

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AUTHENTIC HUMAN SEXUALITY
THIRD EDITION
An Integrated Christian Approach

Informed by sociology, psychology, and theology, this updated textbook


lays the groundwork for a normative Christian interpretation of sexuality,
exploring what authentic sexuality looks like as well as forms of “inauthentic
sexuality” such as sexual harassment, pornography, and rape.
Now this third edition features updated theological and social science
research, insights from current neuropsychological evidence, and an
expanded biblical model of authentic sexual relationships, along with
updated discussion of sexual minorities, same-sex attraction, and LGBTQ
issues.

PSYCHOLOGY / HUMAN SEXUALITY


356 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5237-6, $35.00, W, 28 bks/ctn

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JUDITH K. BALSWICK is a licensed J A C K O . B A L S W I C K is senior professor of


marriage and family therapist who has taught sociology and family development at Fuller
for over twenty years at Fuller Theological Theological Seminary. His books include
Seminary. Her books include The Family, The Men at the Crossroads, The Reciprocating
Gift of Gender, and A Model for Marriage. Self, and A Model for Marriage.

Foreword by Richard J. Mouw WHY CHURCH?


A Basic Introduction

S C O T T W. S U N Q U I S T
Is a church just something we create to serve our purposes or to maintain

WHY CHURCH? old traditions? Or is the church something more vital, more meaningful, and
more powerful?
A Basic Introduction
In this introduction to the nature of the local church, set in the context
? of Christian history and global diversity, historian and missionary Scott
Sunquist brings us a portrait of the church in motion, clarifying the two
primary purposes of the church: worship and witness. This primer comes
from Fuller Theological Seminary's renowned church-planting program.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN CHURCH


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978-0-8308-5238-3, $22.00, W, 48 bks/ctn

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S C O T T W. S U N Q U I ST is president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the author


of Explorations in Asian Christianity, Understanding Christian Mission, and The Unexpected
Christian Century.

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EVANGELICAL THEOLOGIES OF LIBERATION AND JUSTICE

Despite the current evangelical focus on justice work, evangelical theologians


have not adequately developed a theological foundation for this activism.
In this insightful resource, evangelical academics, activists, and pastors
with diverse perspectives come together to survey the history and outlines
of liberation theology. Through critical engagement, these contributors
consider what liberation theology and evangelical tenets of faith have to offer
one another, opening a conversation for developing a specifically evangelical
view of liberation that speaks to the critical justice issues of our time.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / LIBERATION


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978-0-8308-5246-8, $36.00, W, 28 bks/ctn

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M A E E L I S E C A N N O N is the author of Social A N D R E A S M I T H is a cofounder of Evangelicals


Justice Handbook and Just Spirituality. She 4 Justice and a board member of the North
has served as the senior director of advocacy American Institute for Indigenous Theological
and outreach for World Vision-US and as a Studies. Her books include Conquest and
consultant for Compassion International. Native Americans and the Christian Right.

Gerald L. Bray
DOING THEOLOGY WITH THE REFORMERS

Doing Theology
The Reformation was a time of tremendous upheaval, renewal, and vitality with the Reformers

in the life of the church.


In this RCS companion volume, theologian and church historian Gerald L.
Bray immerses readers in the world of Reformation theology. He introduces
the range of theological debates as Catholics and Protestants from a
diversity of traditions disputed the essentials of the faith, from the authority
of Scripture and the nature of salvation to the definition of the church, the
efficacy of the sacraments, and the place of good works in the Christian life.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / HISTORY


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978-0-8308-5251-2, $24.00, W, 36 bks/ctn

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G E R A L D L . B R AY is a professor at Beeson Divinity School of Samford University in Birmingham,


Alabama, and director of research for the Latimer Trust. He has written and edited books including
Galatians, Ephesians in the Reformation Commentary on Scripture, Biblical Interpretation: Past
and Present, The Doctrine of God, and Romans in the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture.

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HOW REASON CAN LEAD TO GOD
A Philosopher’s Bridge to Faith

Do you seek the truth? Do you value reason, science, and independent
thinking? Do you hope there could be a greater purpose to the universe, if
only that were realistic?
Philosopher Joshua Rasmussen can encourage you in your journey. Beginning
with his own story of losing faith and the belief in any ultimate purpose in life,
he then builds a bridge to faith. Using only the instruments of reason and
common experience, Rasmussen constructs a pathway—step by step, brick
by brick—that he argues can lead to meaning and, ultimately, a vision of God.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / APOLOGETICS


206 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
978-0-8308-5252-9, $20.00, W, 48 bks/ctn

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J O S H U A R A S M U S S E N is associate professor of philosophy at Azusa Pacific University. He is the


author of Defending the Correspondence Theory of Truth and Necessary Existence.

THE NEW TESTAMENT IN SEVEN SENTENCES


NEW IN SERIES
A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic

To understand the breadth of the gospel’s message, we need to perceive


the full tapestry of Scripture with its theological themes woven together.
Gary M. Burge aims to weave this larger tapestry so that each part of the
story takes on richer meaning. Using seven key sentences from the New
Testament, Gary M. Burge demonstrates how the themes of fulfillment,
kingdom, cross, grace, covenant, spirit, and completion set a theological
rhythm for our faith, outlining the broader pattern of Scripture that illustrates
what God has done—and is bringing to fulfillment—in Christ.

RELIGION / BIBLICAL STUDIES / NEW TESTAMENT


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I N T R ODU CT I ON S I N S E V E N S E NTENCES SER I ES
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G A R Y M . B U R G E is professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary. He previously


taught for twenty-five years at Wheaton College and is the author of many books such as
Theology Questions Everyone Asks (with coeditor David Lauber), A Week in the Life of a Roman
Centurion, Mapping Your Academic Career, and The New Testament in Antiquity (second edition
coauthored with Gene Green).

34
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HISTORY / RUSSIA & THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
260 pages, hardcover, 6 x 9 inches,
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Jeffrey W. Barbeau THE SPIRIT OF METHODISM
From the Wesleys to a Global Communion

“I felt my heart strangely warmed.” That was how John Wesley described his
transformational experience of God’s grace at Aldersgate Street on May 24,
1738, an event that some mark as the beginning of the Methodist Church.
Yet the story of Methodism, while clearly shaped by John Wesley’s sermons
THE Spirit OF Methodism and Charles Wesley’s hymns, is much richer and more expansive. In this
book, Methodist theologian Jeffrey W. Barbeau provides a brief and
helpful introduction to the history of Methodism—from the time of the
Wesleys, through developments in North America, to its diverse and global
From the Wesleys to a Global Communion
communion today—as well as its primary beliefs and practices.

RELIGION / CHRISTANITY / METHODIST


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J E F F R E Y W. B A R B E A U is professor of theology at Wheaton College. He is the author or editor


of several books, including Religion in Romantic England: An Anthology of Primary Sources; Sara
Coleridge: Her Life and Thought; and The Image of God in an Image Driven Age: Explorations
in Theological Anthropology.

Ja m es R . Pay ton Jr. THE VICTORY OF THE CROSS


Author of Light from the Christian East
Salvation in Eastern Orthodoxy

The V I C T O R Y
How can Christians claim that the death of Jesus Christ on the cross is a
of the C R O S S victory? The expression of this eternal truth has taken different shapes
Salvat ion i n
E as tern Orthod oxy throughout the church’s life and history. The Eastern Orthodox church has
made its own contributions to the belief in salvation through Christ, but its
expressions sometimes sound unfamiliar to Western branches of the church.
James Payton, a Western Christian with a sympathetic ear for Eastern
Orthodoxy, explores the Orthodox doctrine of salvation, helping Christians
of all traditions listen to Orthodox brothers and sisters.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / SOTERIOLOGY


226 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
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J A M E S R . PAY T O N J R . is emeritus professor of history at Redeemer University College in


Ancaster, Ontario. He is the author of Light from the Christian East: An Introduction to the
Orthodox Tradition and Getting the Reformation Wrong, as well as the editor of A Patristic
Treasury.

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MYTHS AND MISTAKES IN NEW
TESTAMENT TEXTUAL CRITICISM

Since the unexpected popularity of Bart Ehrman’s Misquoting Jesus, textual


criticism has become a staple of Christian apologetics. But this renewed
interest has created an unfortunate proliferation of myths, mistakes, and
misinformation about this technical area of biblical studies.
Elijah Hixson and Peter Gurry, along with a team of New Testament textual
critics, offer up-to-date, accurate information on the history and current
state of the New Testament text that will serve apologists and Christian
students as it offers a self-corrective to evangelical excesses.

RELIGION / BIBLICAL CRITICISM & INTERPRETATION


384 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5257-4, $40.00, W, 28 bks/ctn

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P E T E R J . G U R R Y is assistant professor of
New Testament at Phoenix Seminary. His E L I J A H H I X S O N is research associate
books include A New Approach to Textual in New Testament Text and Language at
Criticism (with Tommy Wasserman). Tyndale House, Cambridge.

THE LITURGY OF CREATION


IVP TITLE
Understanding Calendars in Old Testament
Book Context
Subtitle

How were holidays scheduled and taught in biblical Israel? And what might
these holidays have to do with the creation narrative?
Michael LeFebvre considers the calendars of the Pentateuch with their basis
in the heavenly lights and the land’s agricultural cadences. He argues that
dates were added to Old Testament narratives not as journalistic details but
to teach sacred rhythms of labor and worship. LeFebvre then applies this
insight to the creation week, finding that the days of creation also serve a
liturgical purpose and not a scientific one.

RELIGION / BIBLICAL STUDIES / OLD TESTAMENT / PENTATEUCH


240 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5262-8, $30.00, W, 44 bks/ctn

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M I C H A E L L e F E BV R E is pastor of Christ Church Reformed Presbyterian in Brownsburg, Indiana;


adjunct professor of Old Testament at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary; and fellow
of the Center for Pastor Theologians. His books include Collections, Codes, and Torah and
Singing the Songs of Jesus. He is also a contributor to the Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and
Law.

37
Lucy Peppiatt REDISCOVERING SCRIPTURE’S VISION FOR WOMEN
Foreword by Scot McKnight
Fresh Perspectives on Disputed Texts

Rediscovering Does God call women to serve as equal partners in marriage and as leaders
Scripture’s Vision in the church?
for
Lucy Peppiatt offers her work on interpretation of the Bible and Christian
WOMEN practice. With careful exegetical work, Peppiatt considers relevant passages
in Ephesians, Colossians, 1 Peter, 1 Timothy, and 1 Corinthians. There she
Fresh Perspectives

on Disputed Texts finds a story of God releasing women alongside men into all forms of
ministry, leadership, work, and service on the basis of character and gifting,
rather than biological sex.

RELIGION / BIBLICAL STUDIES / HISTORY & CULTURE


176 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5271-0, $22.00, W, 60 bks/ctn

AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 6 , 2 0 1 9

L U CY P E P P I AT T is principal of Westminster Theological Centre in the UK. Her books include


Unveiling Paul’s Women and Women and Worship in Corinth.
TENDING SOUL, MIND, AND BODY

EDITED BY

G E R A L D H I E S TA N D TENDING SOUL , MIND, AND BODY


& TODD WILSON NEW IN SERIES
The Art and Science of Spiritual Formation
TENDING
S OUL , MIND,
AND BODY Jesus consistently demonstrated his concern and love for the whole person,
and that call is carried forward today by church leaders. How should the
T H E A R T and S C I E N C E of

S P I R I T U A L F O R M AT I O N
church attend to matters of mental health? How might psychology and
counseling aid us in our spiritual formation?
Based on the 2018 Center for Pastor Theologians conference in Chicago,
this volume brings together reflections by pastors, theologians, and
psychologists who explore the relationships among three fields of study—
WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM
theological anthropology, spiritual formation, and modern psychology—
& WILSON
H I E S TA N D

K E V I N VA N H O O Z E R ,
resulting in a vibrant whole-person theology.
S I A N G - YA N G TA N ,

CHERITH FEE NORDLING,


RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / PASTORAL RESOURCES
AND MORE
225 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
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CE NT E R F OR PASTOR T H EOLOG I A NS SERI ES
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G E R A L D L . H I E STA N D is the interim senior T O D D W I L S O N is the president and


pastor at Calvary Memorial Church in Oak cofounder of the Center for Pastor
Park, Illinois, and the cofounder and director Theologians. He is coauthor of The Pastor
of the Center for Pastor Theologians. He Theologian and coeditor of Becoming a
is coauthor of The Pastor Theologian and Pastor Theologian, Creation and Doxology,
coeditor of Becoming a Pastor Theologian. and Beauty, Order, and Mystery.
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CHOOSING COMMUNITY
NEW IN SERIES
Action, Faith, and Joy in the Works of Dorothy L. Sayers

Few writers in the twentieth century were as creative and productive as


Dorothy L. Sayers, the English playwright, novelist, and poet.
In this volume in the Hansen Lectureship Series, Christine Colón explores
the role of community in Sayers’s works. In particular, she considers how
Sayers offers a vision of communities called to action, faith, and joy, and she
reflects on how we also are called to live in community together.
This series offers accessible and insightful reflections by Wheaton College
faculty members on the transformative work of the Wade Center authors.

RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY / LITERATURE & THE ARTS


150 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
978-0-8308-5374-8, $16.00, W, 68 bks/ctn
H ANS E N LECTURESHIP SERIES
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C H R I ST I N E A . C O L Ó N is professor of English at Wheaton College. She is the author of Joanna


Baillie and the Art of Moral Influence and Writing for the Masses: Dorothy L. Sayers and the
Victorian Literary Tradition. She is also the coauthor of Singled Out: Why Celibacy Must Be
Reinvented in Today’s Church.

N E W E X P LO RAT I O N S

THE MAKING OF STANLEY HAUERWAS


IVP TITLE IN THEOLOGY
NEW IN SERIES
Bridging Barth and Postliberalism
Book Subtitle
THE MAKING OF STANLEY HAUERWAS

Stanley Hauerwas is often associated with the postliberal theological THE MAKING OF
movement and its emphasis on a narrative interpretation of Scripture. Yet S TA N L E Y H A U E RW A S
he also claims to stand within the theological tradition of Karl Barth, who
strongly affirmed the priority of Jesus Christ in all matters and famously
rejected Protestant liberalism. Which is true?
Theologian David Hunsicker offers a reevaluation of Hauerwas’s theology, B RI DGI N G B A RTH A N D
HUNSICKER

arguing that he is both a postliberal and a Barthian theologian, helping P O STL I B E RAL I SM

us understand both the formation and the ongoing significance of one of


America’s great theologians. D AV I D B. H U N S I C K E R
FOREWORD BY S TA N L E Y H AU E RWA S

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / SYSTEMATIC


262 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-4916-1, $40.00, W, 40 bks/ctn
NE W E XP LO RATIO NS IN THEO LO GY SER I ES
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DAV I D B . H U N S I C K E R teaches theology at Azusa Pacific University.

39
EN GA GEM EN T S
M I SSI OL OGI CA L SPIRIT OUTSIDE THE GATE
OSCAR GARCÍA-JOHNSON NEW IN SERIES
Decolonial Pneumatologies of the American Global South

Oscar García-Johnson explores a new grammar for the study of theology


and mission in global Christianity, especially in Latin America and the
Latinx “third spaces” in North America. Recovering important elements in
SPIRIT OUTSIDE
TH E GATE ancestral traditions of the Americas, he discerns pneumatological continuity
between the pre-Columbian and post-Columbian communities.

Decolonial Pneumatologies
With an interdisciplinary, narrative approach, this work offers a constructive
of the American Global South theology of mission that can help the church act as a witness to the gospel
message in a postmodern, postcolonial, and post-Christendom world.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / MISSIONS


224 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5240-6, $32.00, W, 48 bks/ctn
M I SS I OLOG I CA L E NG AG E MENTS SER I ES
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O S C A R G A R C Í A- J O H N S O N is associate professor of theology and Latino/a studies and assistant provost


for the Center for the Study of Hispanic Church and Community at Fuller Theological Seminary. An ordained
Baptist minister, his books include Conversaciones Teológicas del Sur Global Americano, Theology Without
Borders, and The Mestizo/a Community of the Spirit.

SEEKING CHURCH
ENG AG EM ENTS
M ISSIO LO G ICAL

DARREN T. DUERKSEN
NEW IN SERIES
Emerging Witnesses to the Kingdom
and WILLIAM A. DYRNESS

New expressions of church that are proliferating among Muslim, Hindu,


SEEKING CHURCH

Buddhist, and other non-Christian religious communities, including so-called


SEEKING CHURCH
“insider” movements, have raised intense discussion in missiological circles.
Drawing on the growing social-scientific work on emergent theory, Darren
Duerksen and William Dyrness explore how all Christian movements
Emerging Witnesses
are engaged in a “reverse hermeneutic,” where the gospel is read and
DUERKSEN AND DYRNESS

to the Kingdom

interpreted through existing cultural and religious norms. They argue that
this is a missiological process in which God has always worked through
people and their cultures to shape his witness in the world.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / ECCLESIOLOGY


272 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5105-8, $32.00, W, 36 bks/ctn
M I SS I OLOG I CA L E N G AG E M ENTS SER I ES
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D A R R E N T. D U E R K S E N is associate professor W I L L I A M A . D Y R N E S S is professor of theology


and program director of intercultural and and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. His
religious studies at Fresno Pacific University. He books include Modern Art and the Life of a Culture,
is the author of Ecclesial Identities in a Multi- Changing the Mind of Missions, Theology Without
Faith Context. Borders, and the Global Dictionary of Theology.

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THE LAST THINGS NEW IN SERIES

THE
In this final Contours of Christian Theology volume, David Höhne offers a LAST
trinitarian theological description of eschatology that is at once systematic,
generated from the theological interpretation of Scripture, and yet sensitive
THINGS
to essential elements for Christian practice.
His reading of the Bible is shaped by the gospel, informed by the history
of Christian thought, and dedicated to serving the church in a world that is DAVID A. HÖHNE
frustrated by sin, death, and evil, yet longing for the return of our Lord and
Messiah. CONTOURS of

CHRISTIAN

THEOLOGY
RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / ESCHATOLOGY
312 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
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C ONTOUR S O F CHRISTIAN THEO LO GY SER I ES
AVA I L A B L E A P R I L 2 3 , 2 0 1 9

D AV I D H Ö H N E is lecturer in theology and philosophy at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia.

New StudieS iN BiBlical theology

ALL THINGS
IVP TITLE
NEW
NEW IN SERIES
Revelation as Canonical
Book Capstone
Subtitle
All
For many readers of the Bible, the book of Revelation is a riddle that fascinates
Things
and frustrates. Scholars and teachers have proposed different keys to its New
interpretation, including the “futurist” and historical-critical approaches. Revelation as canonical capstone
However, none of these adequately demonstrates the continuing, vital
relevance of the Apocalypse to the contemporary church.
Brian Tabb stresses the importance of the canonical context of the book
of Revelation and argues that it presents itself as the climax of biblical
prophecy, showing how Old Testament prophecies and patterns find their
consummation in the present and future reign of Jesus Christ
Brian J. Tabb
RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / ESCHATOLOGY
280 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, Series Editor: D. A. Carson
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NE W ST UD IES IN B IB LICAL TH EO LO GY SER I ES
AVA I L A B L E A P R I L 3 0 , 2 0 1 9

B R I A N J . TA B B is academic dean and associate professor of Biblical Studies at Bethlehem College and
Seminary in Minneapolis. He is editor of the online journal Themelios and the author of Suffering in Ancient
Worldview (LNTS) and numerous articles, essays, and reviews.

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DIVINE IMPASSIBILITY
NEW IN SERIES
Four Views of God’s Emotions and Suffering

Does God suffer? Does God experience emotions? Does God change?
How should we interpret passages of Scripture that seem to support one
S P E C T R U M M U L T I V I E W B O O K S

view or the other?


EDITED BY R O B E R T J. M A T Z
and A. C H A D W I C K T H O R N H I L L This Spectrum Multiview volume brings together four theologians with
decidedly different answers to these questions. The contributors make a
DIVINE case for their own view—ranging from a traditional affirmation of divine
IMPASSIBILITY impassibility (the idea that God does not suffer) to the position that God is
necessarily and intimately affected by creation—and then each contributor
F O U R V I E W S O F G O D ’ S
E M O T I O N S A N D S U F F E R I N G responds to the others’ views.
CONTRIBUTIONS BY

Daniel Castelo, James E. Dolezal,


Thomas Jay Oord, and John C. Peckham RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / SYSTEMATIC
202 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
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S P ECT R U M M U LTI V I EW SERI ES
AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 1 3 , 2 0 1 9

A . C H A D W I C K T H O R N H I L L is the chair of
R O B E R T J . M AT Z is assistant professor theological studies for Liberty University
of Christian studies at Midwestern Baptist School of Divinity. He is the author of The
Theological Seminary in Kansas City. Chosen People: Election, Paul, and Second
Temple Judaism.

EPHESIANS
Tyndale New Testament NEW IN SERIES
An Introduction and Commentary
Commentaries
10
TNTC

Unlike Paul’s letters to the Galatians or the Corinthians, the letter to the
Ephesians contains almost no clues about the situation and issues its
Ephesians recipients faced. Nevertheless, the letter vividly depicts how God’s will
revealed in Christ reorients believers’ lives toward unity, mutual respect,
submission, and love—in short, new life in Christ, relying on his power and
strength.
In this Tyndale Commentary, Darrell Bock shows how this precious jewel of a
letter combines gospel doctrine, enablement, and exhortation to life.
Darrell L. Bock
RELIGION / BIBLICAL COMMENTARY / NEW TESTAMENT / PAUL’S LETTERS
240 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
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T Y NDA L E NE W T ESTA M E NT COM M E NTA RY SERI ES
AVA I L A B L E J U N E 4 , 2 0 1 9

DA R R E L L L . B O C K is executive director of cultural engagement and senior research professor of New


Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. His numerous books include commentaries on Luke and
Acts and studies of the historical Jesus.

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GENESIS
NEW IN SERIES Tyndale Old Testament
An Introduction and Commentary Commentaries

TOTC

Genesis is a book of origins: of the world, of sin, of God’s promise of


redemption, and of the people of Israel. It traces God’s pledge of a Savior
through Abraham’s line down to his great-grandson Judah. It serves as
a foundation for the New Testament and its teaching that Jesus is the
Genesis
fulfillment of God’s promise to save humankind from sin and death.
In this Tyndale Commentary, Andrew Steinmann offers a thorough exegetical
commentary on Genesis, including a reconstructed timeline of events from
Abraham’s life through to the death of Joseph.
Andrew E. Steinmann

RELIGION / BIBLICAL COMMENTARY / OLD TESTAMENT / PENTATEUCH


420 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
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T YNDALE O LD TESTAMENT CO M M EN TA RY SER I ES
AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 2 0 , 2 0 1 9

A N D R E W E . S T E I N M A N N is distinguished professor of theology and Hebrew at Concordia University in


Chicago. He is the author of numerous books including From Abraham to Paul and commentaries on 1 and 2
Samuel, Ezra and Nehemiah, Proverbs, and Daniel.

IVP TITLE
GENESIS NEW IN SERIES
KIDNER CLASSIC
COMMENTARIES

Book Subtitle KIDNER


CLAS S IC COMMENTARIES

=
In this classic work, Derek Kidner not only provides a verse-by-verse
exegetical commentary but also lucidly handles the tough issues that Genesis
g e n e si s

Genesis raises. Focusing on the study of Genesis on its own terms, as “a


living whole,” he highlights the theological themes of the nature of God,
humankind, and salvation.
In this volume, formerly part of the Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries
series, Kidner’s clear prose and theological insight will expand readers’
understanding of God’s character and of humanity’s nature and destiny.
Kidne r

D e r e k K i d ner
RELIGION / BIBLICAL COMMENTARY / OLD TESTAMENT / PENTATEUCH
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KIDNE R CL ASSIC CO MMENTARY SER I ES
AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 2 0 , 2 0 1 9

D E R E K K I D N E R (1913–2008) was warden of Tyndale House, Cambridge. He wrote several volumes in the
Tyndale Old Testament Commentary series, including those on Ezra and Nehemiah, Psalms, and Proverbs.

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Children's Bible Storybooks
Bestselling Big Bible Storybook and Board Book Adaptations

Discover the big story of the Bible from Creation to Revelation told
especially for young children. Perfect for use at home, at school, and in groups,
this refreshed and updated edition of the bestselling The Big Bible Storybook
brings over 180 stories to life on every page with the much-loved Bible
Friends characters. Come and share in the wonder of God’s good news!

THE BIG BIBLE THE LITTLE BIBLE


S T O RY B O O K S T O RY B O O K
BIBLES / CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH 256 pages, hardcover, 7 1/4 x 10 inches, 24 pages, board book, 6.85 x 4.92 inches,
VERSION / CHILDREN 978-0-281-08112-7, $18.00, UAC 978-0-281-08257-5, $9.00, UAC
AVA I L A B L E M AY 1 , 2 0 1 9
BOARD BOOKS FOR THE LITTLEST READERS

Written especially for children under age five, these


board books have a short amount of text and are
the perfect size for small hands. Featuring full-color
photographic spreads of the characters from
The Big Bible Storybook, these books are great
for a parent or teacher to read to the child.

THE JESUS BIBLE STORYBOOK

Young children will learn about Christ in twenty-four stories of Jesus’ birth,
life, death, and resurrection.

24 pages, board book, 6.85 x 4.92 inches, 978-0-281-08256-8, $9.00, UAC

THE CHRISTMAS THE EASTER BIBLE DANIEL DAVID


BIBLE STORYBOOK STORYBOOK
Read the story of Daniel in the This is a delightful retelling of
This delightful retelling of the Meet Mary in a garden, Peter Lions’ Den in a fresh, fun way! how David is chosen as king.
Christmas story allows kids to and John, friends out walking,
meet Mary and Joseph, angels and Jesus in this imaginative 24 pages, board book, 24 pages, casebound,
and shepherds, wise men and, retelling of the Easter story. 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches, 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches,
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MAGGIE BARFIELD is a theologian and freelance writer. She worked at


Scripture Union for over thirty years, where she was responsible for its children’s publishing and the development of its products.

MARK and ANNA CARPENTER are the designers of the loveable Bible characters who appear in the books.
RICHARD DAWKINS, C. S. LEWIS AND THE MEANING OF LIFE

A former atheist, Alister McGrath has established a reputation as one of


the leading apologists for Christianity, as well as one of the world’s most
respected Christian theologians.
McGrath has written to great acclaim on both Richard Dawkins and C. S.
Lewis. Here he brings these two intriguing and well-known writers into an
imaginary conversation. They could hardly have more different perspectives!
Engaging with their views is a brilliant way of sharpening our own thinking
on the meaning of life.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / APOLOGETICS


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AVA I L A B L E J U LY 1 2 , 2 0 1 9

A L I ST E R M C G R AT H is the Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at the University


of Oxford, director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion at Oxford, and (from 2015
to 2018) Gresham Professor of Divinity. His previous posts include professor of theology and
education at King's College, London, and professor of historical theology at Oxford University.

CH R I STM AS CA R D S
AVA I L A B L E S E P T E M B E R 1 6 , 2 0 1 9

CRAFTS & HOBBIES / HOLIDAY & SEASONAL


paperback, 6 x 6 inches, $10.00, UAC

All proceeds from the sale of


these cards go towards supporting
SPCK charitable projects.

CHRISTMAS CAROLS GOLD TEXT FESTIVE SCENE


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EVERY TRIBE
Stories of Diverse Saints Serving in a Divers World
The Bible tells us Jesus is for every tribe, language, people, and nation—so why are all
the saints in our stained-glass windows white? An oppressive bias has taken ahold of the
storytelling of the church. Many are surprised to discover that St. Augustine was from present-
day Algeria, and even that most British of saints, George, was an immigrant with a Turkish
father and a Palestinian mother. Every Tribe celebrates the true diversity of the saints, inspiring
the church to become what it is meant to be: the rainbow people of God serving the diverse
needs of a diverse world.

S H A R O N P R E N T I S is intercultural mission enabler and dean of Black, Asian, and Minority


Ethnic (BAME) Affairs for the Church of England in Birmingham. She has previously tutored at
St. Mellitus Theological College in London.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / SOCIAL ISSUES


160 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-08085-4, $15.00, UAC

AVA I L A B L E J U N E 1 4 , 2 0 1 9

THE LOST MESSAGE OF PAUL


Why Has the Church Misunderstood the Apostle Paul?

In the early years of the twenty-first century it is clear that the shape of the established church
and its relationship to the state no longer fits the needs of the world in which we are called
to live and serve. It is time, once more, to re-imagine the role of faith, church and its place in
the public square, based around the work of Paul and especially the Epistle to the Romans.

ST E V E C H A L K E is a British Baptist minister, the founder of the Oasis Charitable Trust, a


former United Nations’ special adviser on Human Trafficking, and an outspoken Christian
leader, popular public speaker, and social activist.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / HISTORY


256 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-07940-7, $15.00, UAC

AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 1 6 , 2 0 1 9

LEADING
The Millennial Way

Millennial leaders are stepping into some of the most significant global leadership roles
in businesses, the public sector, and charities. Many are already there. Their leadership
style and impact is dynamic and diverse, challenging all that has gone before. This book
draws on a wealth of experience to invite all leaders to better grasp and live out leading—
the millennial way.

S I M O N B A R R I N G T O N leads Forge Leadership Consultancy Ltd. and previously served as


executive director of Samaritan’s Purse for over thirteen years. R AC H E L L U E T C H F O R D is a
millennial and the key researcher on the “Leadership Needs of Millennials” program.

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160 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-08077-9, $15.00, UAC

AVA I L A B L E J U N E 1 4 , 2 0 1 9

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ESCAPING THE MAZE OF SPIRITUAL ABUSE
Creating Healthy Christian Cultures
The term “spiritual abuse” is widely used across the Christian community. But what is it? Sometimes
spiritual abuse involves leaders misusing their position, but ministers can also be the victims. How
can leaders create opportunities for spiritual and emotional flourishing?

D R . L I S A OA K L E Y has researched, written, and spoken on spiritual abuse in the Christian faith since 2003. She is
the author of Breaking the Silence on Spiritual Abuse. J U S T I N H U M P H R E YS is chief executive at thirtyone:eight,
the first and only independent Christian safeguarding charity in the UK. He is the author of Recruiting Safely:
Helping Keep Children and Young People Safe.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / COUNSELING & RECOVERY


192 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-08131-8, $17.00, UAC
AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 1 2 , 2 0 1 9

16 AND A HALF WAYS TO UPGRADE YOUR FAITH

This book includes clear, engaging, and practical wisdom for young people on ways to keep their
Christian faith alive after the highs of a spiritual festival. In 16 and a Half Ways to Upgrade Your Faith,
youth pastor Bob Wallington instructs you on how you can make your faith come alive once you’re
back into the regular routine of school, homework, and church on Sundays.

B O B WA L L I N G T O N is the youth pastor at Soul Survivor Watford and is well-known within the church community
and on the summer conference scene. Previously, Bob was director of OneLife, an organization that trains and
develops young leaders and holds yearly conferences across the United Kingdom.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN EDUCATION / CHILDREN & YOUTH


144 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-07879-0, $15.00, UAC
AVA I L A B L E A U G U ST 1 6 , 2 0 1 9
GREATER THINGS
The Story of New Wine So Far
In conjunction with the thirtieth anniversary of New Wine, this book is a celebration of all the work
of the New Wine family within the United Kingdom and across the world. These chapters provide
an opportunity to hear the story directly from the people most involved in the movement—the
challenges they've faced, the lessons they've learned, and the blessings they’ve seen over the years.

PA U L H A R C O U R T is New Wine’s national leader and also a vicar at All Saints Woodford Wells. Paul is the author of
Walking on Water and Growing in Circles. R A L P H T U R N E R is an author, a blogger, a preacher, and a teacher. He
is team pastor for Mission24.

RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY / ANGLICAN


228 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-08155-4, $15.00, UAC

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WHO CARES ABOUT HIV?


Challenging Attitudes and Pastoral Practices That Do More Harm than Good
This timely book gives a voice to those living with HIV who are too often ignored or misunderstood
by the Church and other religious institutions—including those in positions of care who may have
thought they were helping but have ended up doing more harm than good.

S T E P H E N P E N R O S E set up London’s HIV chaplaincy and was its first chaplain. He is a retired Methodist minister
and founded Streatham Street Link, a project concerned with the safety of women selling sex on the streets in
South London. J O S E P H K Y U S H O - F O R D has been London’s HIV Chaplain for ten years. PA U L K Y B I R D worked as
training and development officer for the London District of the Methodist Church.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / COUNSELING & RECOVERY


160 pages, paperback, 6.14 x 9.21 inches, 978-0-281-08242-1, $18.00, UAC

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A L I T TL E BO O K O F GUI DA N C E SER I ES (New from SPCK)

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WHY ARE WE HERE?


Alister McGrath shows how science can take us only so far in answering the
big questions about our origins, and how Christianity can take us further. A
book for all who want to explore the reasons why the universe exists, and why
we are in it.
A L I ST E R M C G R AT H is Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at
the University of Oxford.

More Titles!

Why Are We Here?


48 pages, paperback, 4.33 x 7.01,
978-0-281-07438-9, $8.00. UAC
RELIGION / RELIGION & SCIENCE

Where on Earth Is Why Does God Allow


Heaven? Suffering?
48 pages, paperback 48 pages, paperback
978-0-281-07324-5, 978-0-281-07540-9,
4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC 4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
Does Science Why Go to Church?
Undermine Faith? 48 pages, paperback
48 pages, paperback 978-0-281-07441-9,
978-0-281-07868-4, 4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
Why Read the Bible?
Why Be Good? 48 pages, paperback
48 pages, paperback 978-0-281-07326-9,
978-0-281-07656-7, 4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
How Can I Believe?
Why Believe in Jesus’ 48 pages, paperback
Resurrection? 978-0-281-07691-8,
48 pages, paperback 4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
978-0-281-07658-1,
4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC
Why Did Jesus Have
to Die?
64 pages, paperback
978-0-281-07440-2,
4.33 x 7.01, $8.00, UAC

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IMMANUEL KANT
A Very Brief History
This brief historical introduction to Immanuel Kant explores the social, political, and religious factors
that formed the original context of his life and writings, and considers how those factors affected the
way he was initially received.

A N T H O N Y K E N N Y was educated at Upholland College and the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He was warden
of Rhodes House, president of the British Academy and the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and chair of the board of
the British Library. In 2006 he was awarded the American Catholic Philosophical Association’s Aquinas Medal for his
significant contributions to philosophy.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / HISTORY


128 pages, paperback, 5.12 x 7.48 inches, 978-0-281-07654-3, $12.00, UAC

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THE REFORMATION IN ENGLAND


A Very Brief History
This brief historical introduction to the English Reformation explores the social, political, and religious
factors that formed the original context in which it emerged, and the major thinkers and writings to
which it gave birth. What was its impact on the world at the time, and what were the key ideas and
values connected with it?

A L E C R Y R I E is professor of history at Durham University and coeditor of the Journal of Ecclesiastical History. His recent
books include Protestants: The Radicals Who Made the Modern World, Being Protestant in Reformation Britain, winner
of the Society for Renaissance Studies’ book prize for 2012-13, and The Sorcerer’s Tale: Faith and Fraud in Tudor England.

RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY / PROTESTANT


144 pages, hardcover, 5.08 x 7.48 inches, 978-0-281-08240-7, $18.00, UAC
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BRIEF ENCOUNTERS (now in paperback)
Notes from a Philosopher’s Diary
Throughout his long and distinguished career, Sir Anthony Kenny has encountered some of the most
notable and influential leaders of the post-war world. In these brilliantly vivid vignettes Kenny offers
telling and often unexpected insights into the achievements, flaws, and foibles of sixty public figures
who have contributed in decisive ways to British political, spiritual, and cultural heritage.

A N T H O N Y K E N N Y was educated at Upholland College and the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He was warden
of Rhodes House, president of the British Academy and the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and chair of the board of
the British Library. In 2006 he was awarded the American Catholic Philosophical Association’s Aquinas Medal for his
significant contributions to philosophy.
PHILOSOPHY / HISTORY & SURVEYS / MODERN
224 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-281-07920-9, $15.00, UAC

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L IS FOR LIFESTYLE
Revised and Updated: Christian Living that Doesn’t Cost the Earth
Your lifestyle choices have had an impact on people and the environment across the world. So how
can we live more responsibly? In this A-Z, Ruth Valerio highlights the main threats to people and our
planet, God’s beloved creation. She shows us how, by making small changes to our lifestyle, we can
learn the secret of a life that is both fair and simple.

R U T H VA L E R I O is an environmentalist, a theologian, a social activist, an author, and the director of global advocacy and
influencing at Tearfund, based in the United Kingdom. She was previously churches and theology director at A Rocha
UK, during which time she launched the Eco Church scheme. An in-demand speaker, her first book, L is for Lifestyle, is a
bestseller on sustainable living.
NATURE / ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION & PROTECTION
120 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.50 inches, 978-1-844-74343-8, $14.00, UAC

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MINING FOR GOLD
Developing Kingdom Leaders Through Coaching
The stresses and burdens of Christian leadership leave many church leaders feeling discouraged,
inadequate, and broken. The expectations placed on them by the church, their congregations, and by
themselves can lead to ineffectiveness and burn out. The book ties together biblical principles, God-
given identity, and ministry tools of coaching and mentoring for developing more and better leaders.

T O M C A M AC H O is the national coaching coordinator for Multiply Vineyard, the church planting arm of Vineyard USA.
He is active in the United Kingdom as a personal coach to national leaders and leads workshops across the United
Kingdom. He has a wealth of experience from more than thirty years of leadership involvement in churches, missions,
and Christian nonprofits. He is pastor of Blue Ridge Vineyard Church.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / PASTORAL RESOURCES


192 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-1-783-59932-5, $15.00, UAC
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SCATTERED & GATHERED
Equipping Disciples for the Frontline
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? What sort of churches grow these sort of disciples?
What sorts of leaders serve these sorts of churches? This new book will enable church leaders to
know how to lead churches that help people know what it means to serve the purposes of God on
their frontlines.

N E I L H U D S O N is the director of church relationships for LICC (London Institute of Contemporary Christianity) and
leads a team of consultants who inspire church leaders who want to grow whole-life disciples making communities and
developing their culture-change skills. His team offers training days, and learning communities, and develop resources
for churches to use on an ongoing basis.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / PASTORAL RESOURCES


224 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-1-7835-9992-9, $15.00, UAC

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LOOKING SHAME IN THE EYE


A Path to Understanding, Grace, Freedom
What is shame and where does it come from? How can we break free and help others held in its vice-
like grip? And what is the gospel when shame is the problem? Shame, humiliation and stigma are all
around us. This book helps Christians to introduce "shame thinking" into their own lives and it shows
how God’s freedom can release anyone suffering from the debilitating grip of shame.

S I M O N C O Z E N S lectures in cultural anthropology at the Worldview Centre for Intercultural Studies in Tasmania, and
preaches and leads workshops on shame. Previously he was a church planter with WEC International.

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIVING / PERSONAL GROWTH


208 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-1-783-59920-2, $15.00, UAC

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MISSION IN ACTION
A Biblical Description of Missional Ethics
Missional ethics is concerned with the way in which the believing community’s behavior is, in and
of itself, a witness to the wisdom and goodness of God. The debate surrounding the relationship
between word and deed, or evangelism and social action, remains a significant issue within evangelical
missiology.

M A R T I N C . S A LT E R is pastor at Grace Community Church, Bedford, United Kingdom, and a trustee of the Keswick
Convention, at which he is a speaker..

RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / MISSIONS


300 pages, paperback, 6.14 x 9.21 inches, 978-1-783-59780-2, $25.00, UAC

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CHURCH POCKET BOOK AND DIARY 2020


BLACK

The diary pages are laid out with one week to view, beginning with Sunday (which
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complete Common Worship Calendar and Lectionary for Advent 2019 to Advent
2020, with Sunday names for Common Worship and Book of Common Prayer
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Available Formats
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COMMON WORSHIP LECTIONARY 2020


The diary pages are laid out with one week to view, beginning with Sunday (which has a double-size space) and
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