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  1. 2003-01-01 More than a decade ago, Jerry Sittser prayed for the protection of his family, yet three of his loved ones---his daughter, his wife, and his mother---died in an automobile accident. What went wrong? 'Why wasn't my prayer answered?' he asks. 'It is no longer an abstract question to me. What should...
  2. 2017-01-01 When you come to the end of your days, you will not measure your life based on success and failures. All of those will eventually blur together into a single memory called “life.” What will give you solace is a life with nothing left undone. One that’s been lived with relentless ambition, a heart...
  3. 2013-01-01 "How To Maximise Your Life' is a compiled and revised edition of ""The Maximised Life Series"" by Brian Houston. First published as five separate books, this complete collection brings together several Biblical truths for living with purpose, building intimate and meaningful relationships and...
  4. 2014-01-01 Exhausted. Overwhelmed. Overscheduled. Sound familiar? Today’s velocity of life can consume and control us . . . until our breakneck pace begins to feel normal and expected. That’s where the danger lies: When we spend our lives doing things that keep us busy but don’t really matter, we sacrifice...
  5. 2013-01-01 Hope in The Age of Despair: The gospel and the future of life on earth In the face of climate change and other environmental trends, it is easy to be pessimistic about the future. Philosophers, film-makers, environmentalists, politicians and even senior scientists increasingly resort to...
  6. 2014-01-01 Walter Brueggemann is one of the most highly regarded Old Testament scholars of our time; talk-show host Krista Tippett has even called him "a kind of theological rock star." In this new book Brueggemann incisively probes our society-in-crisis from the ground up. Pointing out striking...
  7. 1962-01-01 Logic and imagination are perceptively combined in this exploration of human pain by one of the world's best-know writers in the field of popular theology. Since The Problem of Pain was first published in 1940, its clarity and sympathetic realism have helped thousands to greater understanding and...
  8. 1994-01-01 Anyone who has suffered knows that there is no such thing as "getting a grip on oneself" or "pulling oneself up by the bootstraps. The only bootstrap in the Christian life is the Cross," says Mason. "Sometimes laying hold of the cross can be comforting, but other times it is like picking up a...
  9. 2018-01-01 "I want to believe, I want to have hope, but . . ." Pastor and bestselling author Craig Groeschel hears these words often and has asked them himself. We want to know God, feel his presence, and trust that he hears our prayers, but in the midst of great pain, we may wonder if he really cares about...