- Harvest Kids
- Bibles-Bible Studies
- Coming Soon
As much as you want to speak the truth to the Mormons you know or meet, it can feel daunting when you’re unprepared. Let the suggestions in this book give you solid ideas for reaching those who are lost but don’t realize it.
Atheists are launching a new wave of attacks against Christianity and belief in God. Atheism on Trial will equip you to respond to their claims with the universal truth that has powerfully disproven atheism for over 2500 years—and still stands true today.
Dr. John Morris offers personal accounts and geological, historical, and biblical evidence in his decades-long search for Noah’s Ark. Each exhilarating story will inspire you with confidence in the historical accuracy and trustworthiness of the Bible.
If God is good, why is there so much evil in the world? The answer might surprise you. As you take a look at the Bible’s response, you’ll discover afresh the contrasting abundance of God’s grace and the extraordinary destiny of believers.
This 31-day intellectual journey reveals hints of the divine all around us—in what we believe, what we love, what we have, and what we know. Discover how sports, superheroes, science, and other topics point to unexpected clues of God’s existence.
What the Bible says about the future doesn’t need to be confusing. By not truly understanding the message of Scripture, people have been baffled for years about the pre-, mid-, and post-Tribulation views. Bestselling author Tim LaHaye carefully unravels the confusion and sets forth keys to understanding the prophecy supporting a pre-Tribulation Rapture.
If questions about God and the Bible have ever piqued your curiosity, leading apologist Bobby Conway will help you discover answers that are life-changing. Never has the culture and the church been in greater need of understanding who God is and what the Bible has to say to every one of us.
A New Kind of Apologist, edited by Sean McDowell, discusses important topics often ignored by apologists, emphasizes a new kind of apologetics that is relational, gracious, and holistic. It includes interviews with seasoned apologists as well as with skeptics, providing insights into how to do apologetics effectively in today’s culture.
Tim Morgan candidly shares about a journey in which he rejected God and pursued atheism. Yet as he delved into the writings of atheists, he found their reasons for rejecting God to be intellectually unfulfilling. A well-researched and thought-provoking book on why the evidence for God is much more compelling than the evidence against Him.
People of all ages are fascinated by dinosaurs. When and where did they live? Are they mentioned in the Bible? What do their fossils tell us? Dinosaurs and the Bible explores the historical, scriptural, and fossil evidence about dinosaurs, and shares what we can know after many years of thoughtful, careful research.
With John MacArthur and other outstanding Bible teachers, you’ll survey the essentials every minister needs to know about preaching God’s Word God’s way—the keys to effective preaching, the character of a faithful preacher, and more.
This refreshing resource explores how witnessing today involves pre–evangelism through conversation and relationship. Individuals and churches will discover ways to identify the barriers to belief in order to build a bridge to truth, keep dialogue going with different personality types, and effectively share Christ through open communication and compassion.