What is joy? And how can it be God’s gift to suffer for Christ’s sake? Join New Testament scholar Paul Barnett as he explores these questions while encouraging us to praise the one who promises to finish the good work he began in us
Zechariah is a powerful Old Testament text that displays some of the most remarkable prophecies about Jesus.
Written by the Sydney Diocesan Doctrine Commission to address human sexuality and the 'Same Sex Marriage' Debate from a Biblical standpoint.
Translated in contemporary English and with punchy introductions to each book of the Bible, this is the perfect fit for today's teen.
This foldout tract explains very simply what Christians believe and what it means to follow Christ. Small enough to fit in a wallet, this tract is worth having on you at all times.
How do we mend a broken relationship with God? Only by grace, only in Christ, only through faith and only by hearing God's word. This little tract highlights our core gospel beliefs in a way that is simple and relevant. Designed for young people who want to know how to mend a broken relationship with God, this is a perfect tract to give away in all areas of ministry with young people.
Andrew Reid is the author of several books and Bible studies, including a commentary on Daniel (see below). In Salvation Begins, he gives readers a framework for appreciating the Old Testament as Christian scripture.
GPS: God's Plan for Salvation aims to give readers direction in finding their way around in the Bible, highlighting what shapes and holds it together. More importantly, it’s to help Christians live in line with God’s great purposes, in a way that truly honours him.
A good marriage includes a happy and fulfilling sex life — that’s the way God planned it!
John Dickson's classic inquiry into the Christian faith is as relevant as ever in our post-modern, relativistic age.
Andrew encourages readers to explore in the amazing work of God through his servant Moses and the miraculous acts he performed to rescue his people and show the world his glory.
Why does God allow suffering? If God is all powerful and loving why is there so much pain in the world? In this short book John Dickson looks at what the world says about suffering before turning to the Bible to see what it says about God, justice and suffering.
Peter G Bolt leads readers through the account of Matthew, an historian, theologian and evangelist, who brings to us the life of Jesus and the hope of the kingdom to come.
In these 40 daily devotions, David Mulready explores the historical events surrounding the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, mostly through the eyewitness accounts of the Apostle Peter.
Written by a collaboration of Australian biblical teachers and experienced pastors addressing the vexed issue of homosexuality.