7 Glimpses into the Most Remote and Pristine Ancient Sites of Christianity: A Q&A with Dr. Mark Fairchild

In a region where most artifacts remain in the field, the enormous work of documenting and analyzing the early history of Christianity is open to original research. Often the first scholar to reach isolated communities in remote parts of Turkey who guide his work, Dr. Mark Fairchild has visited and researched over 300 ancient sites throughout … Continue reading 7 Glimpses into the Most Remote and Pristine Ancient Sites of Christianity: A Q&A with Dr. Mark Fairchild

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7 Insights into Dutch Theologian Herman Bavinck

Dutch theologian Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) is widely celebrated as one of the most eloquent divines in the Reformed tradition. Despite having preached regularly throughout his adult life, how he preached and what he thought about preaching have remained largely unknown to the many preachers who read him in the present day-until now. Though we sadly … Continue reading 7 Insights into Dutch Theologian Herman Bavinck

Conquer the Empty Nest with these 10 Quick Tips

After Empty Nest, What's Next? Parenting Adult Children without Losing Your Mind, readers asked author Michele Howe for more—covering topics not discussed in the first book, along with questions at the end of each chapter for personal or group discussions. With Preparing, Adjusting, and Loving the Empty Nest, Howe provides expanded practical tips and spiritual … Continue reading Conquer the Empty Nest with these 10 Quick Tips

9 Tips to Take Your Worship Services to the Next Level

What’s the best way for pastors and worship leaders to plan services? Do you ever feel like your church services are down in a rut? Are you doing everything you can to imbue your services with the Holy Spirit, but feel they're falling flat? Perhaps you're just looking for a few wise words on how to … Continue reading 9 Tips to Take Your Worship Services to the Next Level

“It hasn’t been easy, but it has been good”: A Q&A with Meadow Rue Merrill

When Meadow Rue Merrill met her, Ruth was a sixteen-month-old child that some church friends were hosting from an orphanage in Uganda. She had cerebral palsy and was so weak she couldn't lift her head. Meadow had always felt a call to adopt, but was this what God meant? Part family drama, part travel adventure, and … Continue reading “It hasn’t been easy, but it has been good”: A Q&A with Meadow Rue Merrill

How to compassionately and gently aid the suffering – Q&A with Simon P. Stocks

With sensitivity and compassion, Simon Stocks' Songs for Suffering leads readers through the Psalms in times of difficulty and despair. The Psalms are the ideal resource to keep someone in contact with God through such times of difficulty. They take pain and trouble seriously, and afford dignity to the sufferer by expressing what we feel … Continue reading How to compassionately and gently aid the suffering – Q&A with Simon P. Stocks

How to develop true community in your church — Q&A with David Horn

What does it mean to develop true community in our churches—and how do we get there? In Soulmates, David Horn addresses these questions with creativity, wisdom, and pastoral love, equipping you with a practical roadmap to achieving deeper relationships within your church community. By setting the utterly unique relationship, fellowship, against the backdrop of another … Continue reading How to develop true community in your church — Q&A with David Horn

How to Expand Your Small Groups Ministry: An Interview with the Author of Exponential Groups

Allen White, author of Exponential Groups, generously agreed to answer a few of our questions about his book in the below video! Watch and be inspired to take your small group ministry to the next level. Interested in listening to a particular question? Here's an overview of the interview: About Allen White: 0:00-0:55 Who is Exponential … Continue reading How to Expand Your Small Groups Ministry: An Interview with the Author of Exponential Groups

9 Things You Need to Know about The Complete Jewish Study Bible

Rabbi Barry Rubin, the general editor of The Complete Jewish Study Bible, has so generously agreed to answer a few of our questions about this revolutionary Bible. However, before we get to those, here is small excerpt in Rabbi Rubin's own words from the introduction of the CJSB: You hold in your hands a book … Continue reading 9 Things You Need to Know about The Complete Jewish Study Bible

Exploring Psalm 19: A Q & A with T.A. Perry

With his characteristically engaging writing style that couples detailed exegesis with philosophical meditation, professor and author T.A. Perry interacts with the Psalms from a Jewish perspective in his newest book, Psalm 19: Hymn of Unification. Perry's intensive and guided reading of Psalm 19 advances his thesis that Psalm 19 presents a vision of "universal unification" … Continue reading Exploring Psalm 19: A Q & A with T.A. Perry