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First Fruits: Stewardship Thoughts and Stories from Around the World


Christian stewardship should be motivated by gratitude and love for God who has done so much for us, says retired missionary Dr. Paul R. Lindholm. This thesis of love-bound rather than duty-bound stewardship comes from the author's long missionary career in the Orient followed by a lecture series given around the world in stewardship education. By stressing the joy that comes to those who are faithful and unwavering stewards, Dr. Lindholm has encouraged myriads of people to be generous in all that they undertake. Inspirational reading for all, this book can be especially helpful for pastors in preparing sermons, for Sunday school teachers in their training programs and for all church members as they consider their stewardship responsibilities.
Price: $11.95

For the World to Hear: A Biography of Howard P. House, M.D.


A captivating biography replete with fascinating stories of how new technological breakthroughs have been developed that have brought hearing ability to thousands, with a foreword by President Ronald Reagan, long a patient of Dr. House. This is the story of a physician who for more than 50 years as an ear specialist has been devoted to helping people with hearing and balance disorders. Filled with anecdotes about the luminaries that have accomplished so much in this century in the field of otology, it is a dynamic history of hearing and balance research. During this half century Howard House has been showered with honors and international acclaim because of the pioneering role he has played in the world of ear surgery.

Price: $30.00

Free to be Responsible: How to Assume Response-Ability


In life we are daily bombarded with situations to which we must respond. By choosing from the countless options open to us−in the social and physical environments, in the psychological and spiritual forces working around us−we learn response-ability to use Cowles' phrase in this challenging book. With a foreword by Roger Shinn, this book posits that responsible behavior seems to be waning. To be alive is to respond, but assuming proper responsibility is a lifelong dilemma because we are both free and not free. By examining how to assume response-ability, Cowles focuses on the ethical questions surrounding our choices. To become more responsible is the ultimate obligation of the aware person. A helpful guide for the journey through the many options within society.
Price: $12.95

God's Cycle of Music


In this lovely book, lifelong entertainer and church musician Mark Paulson uses the world of music to shed light on many Biblical principles. With music as the ongoing metaphor, the author has beautifully illustrated the various relationships we have with God and with other Christians in the community of faith. Since Christian musicians constantly have to balance musical excellence and the accolades this brings with the Christ-like humility our commitment to Christ demands, the author also challenges us to put our life in perspective of what is required of us−giving our best efforts to Jesus Christ, our Master conductor. By using musical metaphor, Scripture, life illustrations and music history to explain Biblical truth, this book is an excellent choice for adult forum discussions.

Price: $10.00

Grapes of Conflict:


Sydney Smith, long a participant in the effort to wrest a modicum of justice for farm workers and himself a state commissioner of the California Migrant Ministry analyzes the growth of the National Council of Churches' Migrant Ministry and its expanding self-understanding of ministry to the poor. This historic alliance forged between the faith community and the farm workers under the leadership of Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers Union resulted in the nationwide grape boycott and improvements in the conditions and pay of the migrant farm workers. A memorable history up through the grape strike plus a theological analysis of why churches came to this position. Cesar Chavez wrote the foreword and personally autographed the special edition version ot this title.
Price: $9.95

How to Help a Heartbroken Friend: What to Do and What to Say When a Friend Is Going Through Tough Times


Dealing with friends and loved ones who are going through tough times can be stressful and leave you at a loss for words. Here are some helpful insights and guidelines for anyone who cares about those who are heartbroken and yet feels helpless in the face of the grieving. Learning to love quietly and share the burden as much as possible is a hard task, yet these thoughtful suggestions are bound to help you on the pathway to becoming an effective comforter. Included are chapters on what to do when you don't know what to do, moving with the pain and seven habits of highly effective comforters. "An extremely practical, well-illustrated, uncommon-sense book which shows what to avoid and what to do for hurting people," sys Dr. Ivan Blazen of Loma Linda University, California.

Price: $9.95

Inclusive Christianity: A Progressive Look at Faith


Long involved in ministry, Scott Thornton points out that Jesus was inclusive, forgiving and compassionate. Unfortunate many in the Christian community have distorted Jesus' message, preaching rather a faith that is divisive, judgmental and intolerant. Parameters are set that define people as worthy or unworthy, saved or unsaved. In bringing God's radical grace and love to the world, Jesus rebelled against religious or social conventions that judged people as "acceptable" or "unacceptable". Inclusive Christianity reclaims the authentic voice of Jesus, unclouded by prejudices placed on him by others. This compelling and progressive look at faith embraces a life modeled and taught by Jesusa path that will transform you into the person God intended.

Price: $15.00



A lovely book of poetry written by peace activist Justine Merritt who mobilized people around the world to resist the building of nuclear arms. This is a poignant book of poetry written by a remarkable woman who dreamed into existence The Ribbon event on the 40th anniversary of Hiroshima which managed to bring 27,000 hand-crafted symbols of peace from many nations to embrace ten miles of metropolitan Washington, DC. Her haunting poetry records her soul's journey from atheism to Christianity, from existential despair on her path to peace-work and her expressions of faith. A mother and a grandmother, she has taught people around the world that everyone can make a difference and that living a life with no war is possible.
Price: $22.00

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