Summary: Thirteen-year-old Kyemap wants to accept the Christian teachings of Mr. Grubb, a missionary to the Lengua Indians of Paraguay during the 1890s, but he fears the reaction of the witch doctors.
Summary: The biography of a remarkable man who established himself as one of the greatest cricketers of his time, and then became a missionary in China, India and Africa and founded the Worldwide Evangelisation Crusade.
Summary: Two thousand years ago, the most developed nations in the world worshipped idols - gods of wood and stone. Today we may laugh at their ignorance, but the modern manifestations of idolatry are no less foolish and just as harmful to our wellbeing. Timothy Keller looks at the issue of idolatry throughout the Bible, from the worship of actual idols in the Old Testament to the love of money by the rich young ruler in Jesus' parable. Using these classic stories, Keller cuts through our dependence on the glittering false gods of money, sex and power to uncover the path towards trust in the real ultimate - God.
Summary: Drawing extensively from Livingstone's personal notes and letters, Rob Mackenzie unfolds the intensely human story of a man with a vision -- to set souls free from slavery, both physically and spiritually and to open up Africa to Christianity and lawful commerce.
Summary: In the early 1830s George Müller embarked on an extaordinary adventure. Disturbed by the faithlessness of his contemporaries, he longed to have something to point to 'as a visible proof that our God and Father is the same faithful God as ever He was'. Praying in every penny of the costs, George Müller supervised the building of five large orphanages - still standing on Ashley Downs, Bristol - housing thousands of children.
Summary: Judgement and hell are not attractive subjects to discuss. How do you square the concepts of God's love and everlasting punishment, both of which are clearly set out in the Bible? Dick Dowsett assumes the role of a preacher whose sermon on the judgement of God has offended a young hearer. The ensuing correspondence between the two gently, and thoroughly, engages with the latter's objections and questions, ranging from the problem of those who die without hearing about Christ to whether there is more than one way to God. The result sheds light on a vexed problem - and issues an urgent call to the task of evangelism.
Summary: Hear his voice. Have his ear. Belong to his body.
Three seemingly unremarkable principles shape and strengthen the Christian life: listening to God’s voice, speaking to him in prayer, and joining together with his people as the church.
Summary: This study guide is designed to help you connect more deeply with the three crucial power sources for the Christian life: hearing God's voice (in the Bible), having his ear (in prayer), and belonging to his body (in the fellowship of the church). Created as a supplement to the book Habits of Grace, and intended for individual and small-group study alike, this 31-day resource includes relevant Scripture readings, discussion questions tied to specific sections of the book, and prompts for applying each lesson to your everyday life.
Summary: Since preaching is God's ordained means of disseminating truth, it is essential for Bible teachers to preach well and congregations to listen well. This study of Jesus Christ's preaching will assist both the preacher and the congregation in their quests to honor the Lord with their respective responsibilities in worhip. While there are many definitions and descriptions of preaching today, Jesus' preaching must be the unchanging standard for all who dare teach the Bible. Preaching fads come and go, yet the manner and method of the Lord's preaching is always relevant, right, and worthy to be emulated
Summary: The inspiring story of Church growth in strife-torn Mozambique in the face of great political and religious oppposition is told through the stories of two Christian pioneers, Gordon Legg and Martinho Campos.
Summary: This book is the real-life drama of seven missionaries and one child stockaded with six other non-Asians in Communist prison camps in Vietnam. Having been stripped of all means of communication and nearly all their possessions and medical aid, the prisoners trekked through jungle trails to unknown destinations