Book of the Month
Book Of The Month For March 2017: Hallmarks of Lutheran Identity
3 months | March 14, 2017
Hallmarks of Lutheran Identity
by Alvin J. Schmidt
2017 / Paperback / 340 Pages / Adult
Lutheran theology survived the last five hundred years. But will it survive the next?
Since the time Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the church door in Wittenberg, Lutheran
Book Of The Month For February 2017: Man Up!: The Quest for Masculinity
4 months | February 14, 2017
Man Up!: The Quest for Masculinity
By Jeff Hemmer
2016 / Paperback / 224 Pages
No free weights or cologne required.
OverviewWhat does it mean to be a man? Sacrifice.Man Up! doesn't tell you to take down the feminists or reclaim your God-given role and rights. Real masculinity starts
Book Of The Month For January 2017: Ethics of Sex: From Taboo to Delight
5 months | January 17, 2017
Ethics of Sex: From Taboo to Delight
By Gifford Grobien
2017 / Paperback / 224 Pages
Breaking through the noise of our hyper-sexualized Western culture, Ethics of Sex is a much-needed, masterful compilation that speaks to the nature of Christian sexual ethics as
Book Of The Month For December 2016: The Christmas Connection - Arch Books
6 months | December 11, 2016
The Christmas Connection - Arch Books
By Karyn Lukasek
OverviewWhen we think of Jesus’ life on earth, we must remember both the beginning of the story and the end! This Arch Book ties together Luke 2 and Matthew 28 to help children learn the parallels between Christmas and
Book Of The Month For August 2016: The Christian Life: Cross or Glory?
10 months | August 10, 2016
The Christian Life: Cross or Glory?
By Steven A. Hein
This book offers a radically different perspective from that of many best-selling authors concerning how the Christian should measure and evaluate travel along God’s path of righteousness. It
Book of the Month for July 2016: Being Dad: Father as a Picture of God's Grace
11 months | July 12, 2016
Being Dad: Father as a Picture of God’s Grace
Dr. Scott Leonard Keith
Being Dad deals with the way fathers, and the subject of fatherhood, are treated in modern culture. Dr. Keith brings his experience with family, students, great mentors and friends to
Book Of The Month for June 2016: Has American Christianity Failed?
1 year | June 13, 2016
Has American Christianity Failed?
by Bryan Wolfmueller
Christianity in America has a distinct smell. The scent of questionable theological ideas floats through our churches. These ideas shape the way we read the Bible, worship, and interpret the world and our place in it. It
Book Of The Month For May 2016: Being Lutheran
1 year | May 7, 2016
By A. Trevor Sutton
2016 / Paperback / 291 Pages/Adult - Mature Adult
OverviewThrow out all those notions you might have about what it means to be Lutheran.
When it comes down to it, being Lutheran is really very simple. It’s about following Jesus. We go where Jesus goes,
Book Of The Month For February 2016: John 1:1 to 7:1 Concordia Commentary
1 year | February 6, 2016
John 1:1—7:1 – Concordia Commentary
by William C. Weinrich
2015/Hardcover with jacket
The lowly and simple majesty of John’s language calls the reader to become a disciple of the Word became flesh, and so to share in that which he himself is: eternal life. In John,
Book Of The Month For July 2015: Lutheran Service Book E-book Edition
1 year | July 4, 2015
Lutheran Service Book: Pew Edition (ebook Edition)
by The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
Lutheran Service Book: Pew Edition is a hymnal with a rich compilation of Christ-centered services, psalms, hymns, and prayers to nourish the faithful week after week for generations to come.
Book Of The Month For June 2015: Ephesians - Concordia Commentary
2 years | June 9, 2015
Ephesians - Concordia Commentary
by Thomas M. Winger
2015 / Hardback with Jacket / 895 Pages
Ephesians is a veritable compendium of St. Paul’s theology and a candidate for his most influential epistle. In it we learn of the reconciliation of the cosmos and our eternal election in