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Art of Peace, The


A philosophical and poetic discussion, with illustrations by the author, of how to achieve peace as well as the implications of peacemaking in these violent times.
Price: $20.00

Awesome Wonders: With Study Guide by Gerald Ihle


AWESOME WONDERS is a 9-week Bible study course with a SCIENCE focus about the awesome world and universe around us that provide evidences for believers of an awesome Creator. “God is great! God is good!” is the theme of this book. Focus is on the credal statement “I believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ his only Son our Lord.” The Contents include: (1) Jesus Christ, awesome wonder from heaven; (2) Prayer is awesome; (3) Nature’s wonders; (4) Creatures of land, sea and air; (5) Small is awesome; (6) The human body; (7) The universe; (8) The awesomeness of heaven; and (9) God is awesome. A Study Guide provides provocative discussion questions for groups exploring an appreciation of the observations and discoveries that previous generations were unable to comprehend without modern science and technology.
Price: $15.00

Benevolent Living: Tracing the Roots of Motivation to God


Richard Hazelett and Dean Turner, both eminent philosophers, claim that one way or another all people need and seek happiness. They posit that since we are surrounded by beauty, this is one of the surest proofs of God's existence and present a careful and many-sided analysis of happiness and the universal concept that good behavior and living benevolently is good. This idea not only is self-evident, but necessary for the world to continue to exist, since au contraire the earth would soon implode under the towering accumulation of greed, evil and vicious behavior. We must all have a compass that points to good, or God, if our species is to survive and the more we understand about our motivations, the clearer will be our decision-making processes.
Price: $19.95

Cancer: What's it Doing in My Life?


Ever the pastor, Mary Alice Geier decided to keep a personal journal during her two-year struggle with cancer and chemotherapy to share with others what this mysterious process entails. Along with concrete suggestions to help those facing similar issues, Rev. Geier has produced a primer, chock full of advice and explanations, with helpful appendices, that shines light on the dilemmas and mysteries facing a cancer patient. This practical guide has been useful to thousands of patients, their families and friends and she has received kudos from many who have felt better prepared having read this inspirational resource. An honest and frank chronicle, it is an invaluable tool filled with humor and nuggets of encouragement to those struggling to cope with cancer.

Price: $9.95

Children and Nonviolence


Authoritarian parents are so commonplace in our society that teenage rebellion is considered inevitable. We need a change of attitude, say Bob and Janet Aldridge, world renowned peace activists who have raised ten children. Cooperative decision-making in the family is the place to start. Raising nonviolent children means, first and foremost, creating an atmosphere of harmony in the home–where children need to feel nurtured and safe in a society that is increasingly violent. Sharing their faith pilgrimage of raising children in urban Amerrica, reconciling the larger political peace issues with ccreating a loving home, they give us a helpful guide for raising children peacefully and modeling a nonviolent approach towards decision-making.

Price: $10.95

Christmas Stories from Around the World: Honoring Jesus in Many Lands


Retired missionary Larry Driskill collected stories from other missionary colleagues about how Christmas was celebrated in various cultures and produced here a sprightly collection of stories gathered from the four corners of Christendom describing how Christ's birth is observed, written by those who have lived around the world. In a most authentic manner it "captures the simplicity and beauty of Jesus' birth through the eyes of Christians around the world," says Congregational pastor Gordon Kirk. It discusses the origins of various Christmas traditions and Christmas music making it a wonderful tool for using at the holidays in children's sermons at church, in Sunday school classes or for children's reading projects.
Price: $11.95

Cross-Cultural Marriages and the Church: Living the Global Neighborhood


As the number of cross-cultural and interracial marriages in our society grows, our faith communities are welcoming into their midst an increasing number of those who are marrying across the traditional barriers of race, language and ethnicity. Such couples inevitably face unique hurdles as they try to forge family systems that function even though they come from disparate backgrounds and, in many cases, have dissimilar expectations of what marriage and family should be. Dr. J. Lawrence Driskill has done a masterful job interviewing and writing up the case histories of 20 cross-cultural couples with church connections. He points out what the church can do to help these families resolve conflicts and establish happy homes.

Price: $9.95

Einstein Myth and the Ives Paper, The: A Counter-Revolution in Physics


Edited by Dean Turner and Richard Hazelett, this book comprises excerpts from Dr. Herbert Eugene Ives' response to Einstein's theories which Ives called a "myth"; "The Einstein Myth" by Turner; and a condensed version of "Euclid or Einstein" by Jeremiah Joseph Callahan. This is a monumental scientific work that shatters the relativity theory and replaces it with a new, readily understood theory that is in conformity with all known phenomena. It restores logical clarity, common sense and realism to the study of space and time and opens the door to greater freedom of creative research, speculation, progress and practical discovery in the fields of physics and cosmology. The notes reveal startling, unexpected, little-known facts.

Price: $39.95

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