Author Michael Whitworth believes that the book of Daniel is a guide for a church in cultural exile.
Kentucky couple see opportunities still in print media, but with a different style.
All ages contributed devotional meditations to the book.
"The most compelling conversion story I've ever read," said one woman who read the book.
The number of books and resources grows exponentially. How to find those gems that will enhance a Christian’s library? One disciple answers that question with his website, "David R. Kenney’s Bully Pulpit." Launched in Feb., 2008, Kenney recommends religious books to churches, preachers and Christians. Several of the postings are from book reviews printed by … Continue reading David Kenney reviews biblical resources online
CHENNAI, India (BNc) -- Can Christians pay bribes, even if it is intended to bring about justice for the innocent? Is there a difference between paying someone to do something illegal and "tipping" for something well done? In her new book, Bribery: The Ethics of Giving and Receiving Gifts, missionary Beth Johnson tackles those questions. … Continue reading What the Bible says about bribes
WINONA, Miss. (BNc)- Author Tim Hall of Johnson City, Tenn., has arranged for Forthright Press to distribute his book, "Discovering the Kingdom of God." Final details were hammered out yesterday, April 2, and an electronic handshake had to suffice between the editors in Miss., and Brazil, and the author in Tenn. The book provides a … Continue reading Forthright Press Distributes ‘Kingdom of God’
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BNc)- The Gospel Advocate Company has refurbished its website with a new hosted web store to sell its books and magazines. The company began using the homestead.com service, where it has a growing number of its books online. The 2007-2008 GA Bookstore Catalog is also available in PDF format (4.3 mb) for download. … Continue reading GA Updates Site with Hosted Store