A home ripped apart by one spouse leaving reverberates with a host of unanswered questions. Simple answers don’t exist—heartrending complexities do. In the midst of the turmoil, reconciliation may seem out of reach.

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The key is for Christians to engage with the culture, not flee from it, to be the salt and light that will renew it from within. That engagement must take place especially at the local level, where real spiritual and cultural transformation occurs. If America returns to its spiritual foundations, the tumultuous times we live in will be nothing more than a bumpy detour in our nation’s history.

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For anyone stuggling with an addiction, attempting to live in recovery, or seeking to understand the mind of an addict they love, Dr. Jantz’s newest book is a lifeline. In it he helps readers answer tough questions..such as Am I an Addict?

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For anyone stuggling with an addiction, attempting to live in recovery, or seeking to understand the mind of an addict they love, Dr. Jantz’s newest book is a lifeline. In it he helps readers answer tough questions..such as Am I an Addict?

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Americans feel the culture changing around them, and they fear that their beliefs will soon be marginalized as a form of bigotry. Others, younger Christians in particular, are tired of the culture wars, and they wonder whether courtroom battles are truly worthwhile, or even in line with the teachings of Jesus. Luke Goodrich offers a reasoned, balanced, gospel-centered approach to religious freedom.

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Many Americans are concerned about rising threats to religious freedom. They feel the culture changing around them, and they fear that their beliefs will soon be marginalized as a form of bigotry. Others, younger Christians in particular, are tired of the culture wars, and they wonder whether courtroom battles are truly worthwhile, or even in line with the teachings of Jesus. Luke Goodrich offers a reasoned, balanced, gospel-centered approach to religious freedom. He applies biblical understanding to a number of the most hot-button cultural issues of our day. He also offers practical steps Christians can take to respond to religious freedom conflicts in an informed, responsible, and graceful way.

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Promises in the Dark by Dr. Eric McLaughlin strengthens the hearts of readers to persevere in God’s calling to walk with those in need. As a missionary doctor in Africa, McLaughlin knows how walking closely with those who suffer and bearing others’ burdens can easily lead to burnout or cynicism—unless we find the path to perseverance that the Lord provides.

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To stay fit over 50, you don’t need to be an expert on health. You need essential, practical, and accurate information from people who are experts. Doctors Walt Larimore and Phillip Bishop want to give you truthful and trustworthy advice to help you separate fact from wishful thinking and to identify misconceptions when you see them.

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To stay fit over 50, you don’t need to be an expert on health. You need essential, practical, and accurate information from people who are experts. Doctors Walt Larimore and Phillip Bishop want to give you truthful and trustworthy advice to help you separate fact from wishful thinking and to identify misconceptions when you see them.

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To stay fit over 50, you don’t need to be an expert on health. You need essential, practical, and accurate information from people who are experts. Doctors Walt Larimore and Phillip Bishop want to give you truthful and trustworthy advice to help you separate fact from wishful thinking and to identify misconceptions when you see them.

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This book is a compilation of stories, metaphors, insights, and personal experiences not organized around a particular theme. Throughout his 41 year career as a minister to students, the author had numerous opportunities to speak and write. Often the inspiration came straight from the humdrum of daily living and the various arenas that defined his life as a husband, father, minister, carpenter, fisherman, hunter, and gardener. The author leans heavily on his admiration and respect for the Scripture drawing parallels between Biblical truth and everyday life lessons.

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To stay fit over 50, you don’t need to be an expert on health. You need essential, practical, and accurate information from people who are experts. Doctors Walt Larimore and Phillip Bishop want to give you truthful and trustworthy advice to help you separate fact from wishful thinking and to identify misconceptions when you see them.

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Decisions by Al Weir, MD

We are a decision-making people. Many of us are Christian decision-making people. We who have chosen that path of truth in Christ do not lose the freedom to decide which way we will turn or which direction we will walk. At the same time, we are committed to the One who is willing to show us the way.

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Women In God’s Mission by Mary Lederleitner

Women have advanced God’s mission throughout history and around the world. But women often face particular obstacles in ministry. What do we need to know about how women thrive? Mission researcher Mary Lederleitner interviewed and surveyed respected women in mission leadership from across the globe to gather their insights, expertise, and best practices.

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Praying for Your Missionary by Eddie Byun

Being a missionary is a noble calling, but it’s also a difficult one. Missionaries face many challenges, whether adjusting to a new culture, learning a new language, or guarding against spiritual attacks. They need the support of the church and a faithful…

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Our lives are minefields of challenges to take their toll on our courage, our conviction, and even our faith. But God Whispers to the weary, Don’t Give Up!

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Marching off the Map by Tim Elmore

Leading today’s students often feels like being in a new country. The population in this new land has different attitudes (many entitled and narcissistic) and speaks a different language (emojis and social media). Attention spans are six to eight seconds. They multi-task on five screens. They often possess multiple personas on social media platforms. Understanding and connecting with this generation is often times frustrating and draining.

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The Handbook of Medicine by Dennis Palmer, DO; Catherine E. Wolf, MD, MPH; and Burton W. Lee, MD

Have you ever seen a patient with leprosy? What are the symptoms of Dengue Fever? What is the best drug to use for the routine deworming of children? How should you treat a pregnant woman with malaria? Have you ever diagnosed leishmaniasis?

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One of the main challenges of pregnancy crisis intervention is finding ways to uphold the humanity of the unborn, affirm the woman in crisis, and eventually find a life-affirming solution for both. It’s a profoundly challenging but ultimately rewarding work for all involved. This book is written to help you know with confidence what to do and say when it matters most.

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The Western world faces a health crisis that is reaching epidemic proportions. We see a steady increase in ill health and chronic diseases. Medical costs are skyrocketing, and physicians work in a system where their role is primarily intervention for sick people — sick care. There is a better way. We must take personal responsibility for our own health — as a community. This will require a significant paradigm shift from sick care to proactive wellness care. Who will lead this paradigm shift? Why not the dental team? The Shift: The Dramatic Movement Toward Health Centered Dentistry provides a step-by-step guide to implementing complete health through dentistry. Together, we must successfully win this battle, exchanging sickness for vitality, energy and health.

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The Gospel Comes with a House Key by Rosaria Butterfield

What did God use to draw a radical, committed unbeliever to himself? Did God take her to an evangelistic rally? Or, since she had her doctorate in literature, did he use something in print? No, God used an invitation to dinner in a modest home, from a humble couple who lived out the gospel daily, simply, and authentically.

With this story of her conversion as a backdrop, Rosaria Butterfield invites us into her home to show us how God can use this same “radical, ordinary hospitality” to bring the gospel to our lost friends and neighbors. Such hospitality sees our homes as not our own, but as God’s tools for the furtherance of his kingdom as we welcome those who look, think, believe, and act differently from us into our everyday, sometimes messy lives-helping them see what true Christian faith really looks like.

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Out of a Far Country by Christopher Yuan & Angela Yuan

Christopher Yuan, the son of Chinese immigrants, discovered at an early age that he was different. He was attracted to other boys. As he grew into adulthood, his mother, Angela, hoped to control the situation. Instead, she found that her son and her life were spiraling out of control—and her own personal demons were determined to defeat her. Years of heartbreak, confusion, and prayer followed before the Yuans found a place of complete surrender, which is God’s desire for all families. Their amazing story, told from the perspectives of both mother and son, offers hope for anyone affected by homosexuality.

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Vanishing Grace by Philip Yancey

Christians have proclaimed the good news about Jesus for centuries. But the good news isn’t sounding so good these days, at least to some. More and more surveys show that people view Christians as bearers of bad news, judgment, and intolerance. In Vanishing Grace, bestselling author Philip Yancey acknowledges the problem and then explores how we can respond with both grace and truth. He offers a discerning look at what contributes to a hostility toward Christians, and identifies three groups—pilgrims, artists, and activists—who can show us a different way.

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Holy Sexuality and the Gospel by Christopher Yuan, Rosaria Butterfield (Foreword)

The concept of holy sexuality–chastity in singleness or faithfulness in marriage–in a practical and relevant manner, equipping readers with an accessible yet robust theology of sexuality.

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The Ultimate Girls Body Book by Dr Walt Larimore and Dr Amaryllis Sancez Wohlever

Boys’ bodies do the craziest things! They can knock a baseball out to right field or trip in front of the class. But at a certain point, those bodies start to grow and go through some wild changes. You might be wondering things like: “Why don’t I look like him?”

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Before Cherry Street is perfect for parents who are expecting another child, or for families who want a fun and medically accurate way of explaining how a baby grows inside his or her mother’s belly.

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Fingerprint Of God by Ron Bryce, MD

In the Bible and in Christian culture, the church is so often described as the ”body of Christ” that the words seem to have lost all meaning. Far from being a tired, empty descriptor, however, physician and devoted Christian Dr. Ron Bryce has seen over his decades in the medical field that this popular analogy may be a literal definition of what the church should be. In Fingerprint of God: The Church As a Living Body, Bryce uses examples from science and nature to illuminate how God has placed His signature not only on all living things but also on His church. Bryce argues that by understanding what they are and living cooperatively with one another, the cells of the body of Christ can unite to fight off the diseases infecting the modern church, such as infighting, lack of charity, and lack of forgiveness.

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Loving by Leading by Den A. Trumbull, MD

Having trouble getting your baby to sleep at night? Frustrated with your toddler’s picky eating? You must LEAD your child!

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Infinite Hope by Joni and Friends

Rich with Inspirational True stories and breathtaking artwork, will bless you with the kind of hope that never fades and always brightens the darkest paths of life. This is no ordinary hope but instead a life transforming hope.

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Jungle Doctor Set – Volumes 1 thru 19 by Paul White

Jungle Doctor books are classics for the next generation of missionaries, ages 10 and up, written by Dr. Paul White. Dr. White was born in New South Wales, Australia in 1910 and always wanted to go to Africa. He committed his life to Christ as a 16 year old and studied medicine as preparation for the mission field. He and his wife and son left for Tanganyika in 1938. Only two years later, his wife’s severe illness forced their return to Sydney. Within weeks Dr. White was invited to begin a weekly radio broadcast which spread throughout Australia as the “Jungle Doctor Broadcasts,” and those weekly scripts became the raw material for the Jungle Doctor hospital stories. Paul saw that although his plan to work in Africa for life was turned on its head, in God’s better plan he was able to reach more people by coming home than by staying in Africa. It was a great joy for him to meet people over the years who told him they were on their way overseas to work in missions because of his books. Set of 19 paperback books. Even when these show as “out of stock” we will make up sets from our single copies.

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A Better Way by Peter E. Dawson, DDS

For nearly 60 years dentists from around the world have traveled to St. Petersburg, Florida to attend Peter Dawson’s seminars on “The Concept of Complete Dentistry.ÿ” He’s personally taught more than 50,000 of those practitioners.

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Born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects the formation of the face during the first trimester of pregnancy, Infant Hugh’s face was so severely deformed emergency surgery was performed moments after his birth just so he could breathe. Soon thereafter, he was deemed deaf and retarded. If Infant Hugh survived, it was believed he was destined to live out his life inside the walls of an institution. Yet his medical team fought valiantly to save this helpless infant’s life.

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This book is the inspiring story of God using Dr. Eleanore Kue to accomplish His purpose. Dr. Kue was born in Cameroon, Central Africa, at a time when babies were dying for lack of appropriate medical care. God used an American missionary to save her life. She studied medicine in France before moving to the USA with her husband, Simon Kue. Dr. Eleanore Kue’s life was transformed by the power of the gospel, and for the first time, she experienced the love she had longed for. Her life seemed to come full circle when, on a medical mission trip to Cameroon, she felt called to medical missionary work in America. She has dedicated her life to serving the uninsured in the inner City of Lansing.

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Rethinking Sexuality by Juli Slattery

Sexual abuse, sex addiction, gender confusion, brokenness, and shame plague today’s world, and people are seeking clarity and hope. By contesting long-held cultural paradigms, this book equips you to see how sexuality is rooted in the broader context of God’s heart and His work for us on earth.

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When Is It Right to Die by Joni Eareckson Tada

More and more people who are terminally ill are choosing assisted suicide. When is it Right to Die? offers a different path with alternatives of hope, compassion, and death with real dignity. Joni Eareckson Tada knows what it means to wrestle with this issue and to wish for a painless solution. For the last 50 years she has been confined to a wheelchair and struggled against her own paralysis. And she sat by the bedside of her dying father, thinking, So much suffering, why not end it all quickly, painlessly?

The terminally ill, the elderly, the disabled, the depressed and suicidal, can all be swept up into this movement of self-deliverance. Skip the suffering. Put a quick end to merciless pain and mental anguish. These are tempting enticements to the hurting. Joni doesn’t give pat answers. Instead, she gives warm comfort from God and practical help to meet the realities for those facing death.

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God and the Transgender Debate by Andrew T. Walker

This warm, faithful and careful book helps Christians understand what the Bible says about gender identity. It will help us to engage lovingly, thoughtfully and faithfully with one of the most explosive cultural discussions of our day.

If you want to learn more and love better, and are open to considering what God has to say about sex and gender, this hope-filled book is for you.

Includes a section looking at practical questions including:

– Can someone be transgender and Christian?
– Should I mind if people who are biologically the other sex are in my restroom?
– What should church leaders do if a congregation member asks for their child to be identified as the opposite gender?
– Is it true that Christian teaching is harmful and can lead to depression and higher suicide rates?
– What about people who are born intersex?
By, Ryan T. Anderson, PhD

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Dream with Me by John M. Perkins

Forward by Randy Alcorn.

John M. Perkins has been there from the beginning. Raised by his sharecropping grandparents, Perkins fled Mississippi in 1947 after his brother was fatally shot by a police officer. He led voter registration efforts in 1964, worked for school desegregation in 1967, and was imprisoned and tortured in 1970. Through it all, he has remained determined to seek justice and reconciliation based in Christ’s redemptive work.
“Justice is something that every generation has to strive for,” he says. And despite the setbacks of recent years, Perkins finds hope in the young people he has met all across the nation who are hard at work, bringing about reconciliation in God’s name and offering acceptance to all. Dream with Me is his look back at a life devoted to seeking justice for all God’s people, as well as a look forward to what he sees as a potentially historic breakthrough for people of every race. By, John M. Perkins

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When Harry Became Sally by Ryan T. Anderson

When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment provides thoughtful answers to all of these questions. Drawing on the best insights from biology, psychology, and philosophy, Ryan T. Anderson offers a balanced approach to the policy issues, a nuanced vision of human embodiment, and a sober and honest survey of the human costs of getting human nature wrong.

He reveals a grim contrast between the media’s sunny depiction and the often sad realities of gender-identity struggles. He introduces readers to people who tried to “transition” but found themselves no better off. Especially troubling is the suffering felt by adults who were encouraged to transition as children but later came to regret it.

And there is a reason that many do regret it. As Anderson shows, the most helpful therapies focus not on achieving the impossible—changing bodies to conform to thoughts and feelings—but on helping people accept and even embrace the truth about their bodies and reality. This discussion will be of particular interest to parents who fear how an ideological school counselor might try to steer their child. The best evidence shows that the vast majority of children naturally grow out of any gender-conflicted phase. But no one knows how new school policies might affect children indoctrinated to believe that they really are trapped in the “wrong” body. By, Ryan T. Anderson, PhD

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Love Thy Body by Nancy R Pearcey
  • Transgenderism: Activists detach gender from biology. Kids down to kindergarten are being taught their body is irrelevant to their authentic self. Is this affirming–or does it demean the body?
  • Homosexuality: Advocates disconnect sexuality from being biologically male or female. Is this liberating–or does it denigrate who we really are?
  • Abortion: Supporters admit that pre-born babies are human, but deny that they are persons worthy of legal protection. Does this lead to equality for women–or does it threaten the intrinsic dignity of all humans?
  • Hookup Culture: On campus, in Hollywood, and in the boardroom, the sexual revolution was supposed to liberate us for recreational sex. But has it really led to schizoid sex and bodies without meaning?

In Love Thy Body, best-selling author Nancy Pearcey goes beyond politically correct talking points to offer a riveting exposé of the dehumanizing secularist ethos that shapes critical moral and socio-political issues of our day.

Formerly an agnostic, Pearcey was hailed in The Economist as”America’s preeminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual.” Fearlessly and with compassion, she makes the case that secularism denigrates the body and destroys the basis for human rights. Throughout, Pearcey sets forth a holistic and humane alternative availableto all–one that offers realityoriented solutions that embrace the dignity of the human body and provide a sustainable basis for inalienable human rights. Now, more than ever, we need to learn to “love thy body.” By, Nancy Pearcey.

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A Time To Heal by C. Scott Harrison M.D.

A Time to Heal is Scott’s life story. It starts with Scott’s skiing accident and serious head injury, backs up to his life as a successful orthopedic surgeon and business turn-around guru, follows his decision to found and run CURE International, and ends in present time.

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Dynamics of Muslim Worlds by Evelyne Reisacher

Christians in the West have many questions about the identity of Islam and Muslim societies. Due in part to misleading media reports and a lack of interreligious dialogue, a majority of Western Christians view Islam as more prone to violence.

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Weed, Inc by Ben Cort

If you ask a young person today about weed, what comes to mind isn’t rolling a joint or taking a bong hit, getting the munchies and chilling out. In fact, cannabis today is practically an entirely different product than what most people think it is, so before you start saying, ‘What’s the big deal about legalizing weed?’ there’s a lot you should know. 

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Healing the Scars of Childhood Abuse by Gregory L. Jantz Ph.D , Ann McMurray

The deep pain of childhood abuse–whether physical or emotional, whether a child was neglected or wished nothing more than to be left alone–doesn’t just go away. There’s simply no just getting over it.

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Finding Grace in the Face of Dementia by John Dunlop, MD

When a patient is diagnosed with dementia, it impacts not only the patient but also those who care for them. It can be devastating to watch loved ones lose the independence, personality, and abilities that once defined them, knowing there is no cure.

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Servant Leadership by David Stevens, MD, MA (Ethics) and Bert Jones

Servant Leadership is the most effective type of leadership in today’s world. But what does it mean to be a servant leader? And how do you do it? You may not know how to practice this type of leading, but do you recognize it when you see it?

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What if There Were Windows in Heaven by Harold P Adolph, MD, FACS

The inspiring and thrilling stories of a few of God’s miracles observed over many decades of healing ministry to multiplied thousands around the world will encourage you to trust God more completely.

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Reset by David Murray

“How did I get here?”

These are the words of many Christian men on the brink of burnout or in the midst of breakdown. They are exhausted, depressed, anxious, stressed, and joyless. Their time is spent doing many good things, but their pace is unsustainable—lacking the regular rest, readjustment, and recalibration they need.

But there is good news: God has graciously provided a way for men to reset their lives to a more sustainable pace. Drawing on personal experiences—and time spent counseling other men in the midst of burnout—David Murray offers weary men hope for the future, helping them identify the warning signs of burnout and offering practical strategies for developing patterns that are necessary for living a grace-paced life and reaching the finish line with their joy intact.

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Grace in Practice by Jeffrey Maudlin, and Karen Schmidt

True stories of medical work in under-served areas of the world told from the point of view of a primary care physician. What kind of training and preparation does it take to be able to go work “overseas”? This is explained.

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The Tender Scar by Richard L. Mabry

“No one could understand the Esperanza story and remain an atheist!” a volunteer told Dr. Kraus. Such comments prompted her to record the remarkable events which she and her friends experienced as they struggled to open and maintain an inner-city health center.

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Whispers by Al Weir, MD

Have you ever heard God whisper? In the midst of a chaotic and hectic life filled with responsibilities—career, family, friends, church, colleagues—and a host of other distractions disrupting you at every turn, are you truly listening for God’s voice?

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Your Privileged Position by Paul O. Gerritson, MDiv

Your Privileged Position: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus as a Christian in Healthcare is a devotional study guide crafted specifically to help Christians in healthcare keep their faith a meaningful and fulfilling part of how they practice.

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The Patient Will See You Now by Eric Topol

A trip to the doctor is almost a guarantee of misery. You’ll make an appointment months in advance. You’ll probably wait for several hours until you hear “the doctor will see you now”-but only for fifteen minutes!

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Beyond Suffering Bible NLT by Joni and Friends

There is hardly a person who doesn’t know someone dealing with a disability, disease, chronic illness, or other form of personal suffering. The Beyond Suffering Bible is the first study Bible to directly address those who suffer and the people who love and care for them.

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The Qur'an In Context by by Mark Robert Anderson

For most Westerners, the Qur’an is a deeply foreign book. Christians who venture within this sacred scripture of Islam encounter a world where echoes of biblical figures and themes resound.

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Crossing Cultures in Scripture by Dr. Marvin J. Newell

Biblical texts shed light on mission dynamics: Sarah and Hagar functioning in an honor-shame culture, Moses as a multicultural leader, Ruth as a crosscultural conversion, David and Uriah illustrating power distance, the queen of Sheba as an international truth-seeker, Daniel as a transnational student, Paul in Athens as a model of contextualization, and much more. Missionary and missions professor Marvin Newell provides a biblical theology of culture and mission, mining the depths of Scripture to tease out missiological insights and crosscultural perspectives. Unlike other such books that are organized topically, this text is organized canonically, revealing how the whole of Scripture speaks to contemporary mission realities. Comprehensive in scope, filled with biblical insight and missional expertise, this book is an essential resource for students and practitioners of crosscultural ministry and mission. By, Dr. Marvin J. Newell

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Rophe: A study of Medicine in the Bible by Allan Cougle, MD

Old Testament and New Testament views of medicine and physicians were, in many ways, opposite. According to ancient interpretations of the Book of Deuteronomy, all misfortune, whether disease, calamity, etc., was a punishment from God for the commitment of some sin.

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Notes of Encouragement by Paul O. Gerritson, MDiv

This book is a must-read for Christians in healthcare who want to glorify God and bless their patients and communities through their medical ministries. Synthesizing years of research, healthcare practice, and pastoring those in medicine and dentistry, Notes of Encouragement answers the heartfelt and challenging questions of practitioners and students about how to keep their faith an integral part of how they serve. Encouragement has a double meaning — edification and exhortation — both of which feature prominently in the book’s anecdotes, ideas, and practice tips. The format of the book is ideal for use as a devotional or as a training guide for 15-30 minute group discussions. By, Paul O. Gerritson, MDiv

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Impossible People by Os Guinness

The church in the West is at a critical moment. While the gospel is exploding throughout the global south, Western civilization faces militant assaults from aggressive secularism and radical Islam. Will the church resist the seductive shaping power of advanced modernity? More than ever, Christians must resist the negative cultural forces of our day with fortitude and winsomeness. What is needed is followers of Christ who are willing to face reality without flinching and respond with a faithfulness that is unwavering. Os Guinness describes these Christians as “impossible people,” those who have “hearts that can melt with compassion, but with faces like flint and backbones of steel who are unmanipulable, unbribable, undeterrable and unclubbable, without ever losing the gentleness, the mercy, the grace and the compassion of our Lord.” Few accounts of the challenge of today are more realistic, and few calls to Christian courage are more timely, resolute?and hopeful. Guinness argues that we must engage secularism and atheism in new ways, confronting competing ideas with discernment and fresh articulation of the faith. Christians are called to be impossible people, full of courage and mercy in challenging times.

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When Charity Destroys Dignity by Glenn J. Schwartz

One of the most significant issues in missions in the twenty-first century is unhealthy dependency. Ignoring the problem won’t make it go away, we must do something about it. Jesus never intended that taking the Gospel to the unreached should be a spectator sport!

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With Dr. Bob in Ethiopia by Robert Bowers, MD

Missionary surgeon Dr. Robert Bowers arrived in Ethiopia with his family one week before Ethiopia’s revolution in 1974. In letters written to his family back home he details in a candid way his medical experiences, family life, cultural observations, everyday living and spiritual victories and struggles until he and his family were forced to leave in 1977.

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Border Crossings by Dr David Beyda

Border Crossings is the compelling story of Dr. David Beyda’s medical mission trips to Cambodia, Kenya, the Dominican Republic, Swaziland, and Gaza-to give aid to the forgotten children and adults who receive little or no medical attention or nutrition.

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Hearts in Healthcare Devotions – Volume 2

This is a collection of 45 devotional thoughts by women and for women. Originally written for the WIMD newsletter, these devotions will penetrate your heart when you realize that they have been written by someone just like you! Properly applied, they will help you on your path to being the woman God has called you to be. 

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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made by Dr. Megan Best

What sort of contraception, if any, should I use? When does human life begin at fertilisation or at some point after that? What are the arguments for and against abortion? Is it OK to use genetic screening and other pre-natal tests to check for abnormalities in my unborn baby? Should Christians use IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies? What is the current state of embryonic stem cell research? These are just some of the many complex and emotion-laden questions we face in the rapidly changing field of reproductive medicine, and most Christians do so with two very significant handicaps: We don t have accurate up-to-date information about the medical and technological issues involved We have not thought through a sound, biblical framework for making ethical decisions in this area Dr Megan Best provides what is lacking in both of these vital areas. Built on extensive historical, biblical and medical research, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made is the comprehensive, accurate, biblically-based ethical handbook that Christians have been waiting for.

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Lost and Found by Peter B. Anderson MD (Author), Paul H Grundy MD (Author)

Regardless of your politics, personal opinions, or individual experience, it’s difficult to deny that the American healthcare system is broken and in desperate need of repair. These and related questions about healthcare are being asked all across the country.

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Health, Healing, and Shalom by Bryant Myers (Author), Erin Dufault-Hunter (Author)

Ever since Jesus’s proclamation in word and deed as the Great Physician, his followers in mission have assumed that salvation and health are intertwined. Yet for every age, Christians need to examine how they can best announce the gospel message of God’s healing in word and deed in their own context.

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The Hardest Peace by Kara Tippetts

Kara Tippetts knows the ordinary days of mothering four kids, the joy of watching her children grow … and the devastating reality of stage-four cancer. In The Hardest Peace, Kara doesn’t offer answers for when living is hard, but she asks us to join her in moving away from fear and control and toward peace and grace.

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Covenant Medicine by Dr David Beyda

Covenant Medicine Written for healthcare providers and patients, Covenant Medicine refocuses the therapeutic relationship between physician and patient onto mutual trust, honesty, and integrity.

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Faith Steps JPEG

Faith Steps encourages and equips people of faith to boldly and respectfully engage our neighbors and our culture on controversial issues—not as political partisans but as wise and winsome ambassadors.

Marriage and sexual issues, freedom of faith and conscience, abortion, assisted suicide and human trafficking: The stands we take and the choices we make on such vital issues, as individuals and as a nation, matter now and for eternity. Whenever we adopt or reject God’s principles for living, we are taking momentous steps—faith steps—toward or away from God. Decisively rejecting the stifling notion that people of faith should remain mute on controversial social issues and shun the political arena, Faith Steps reveals the responsibility and opportunity for courageous and compassionate engagement with our neighbors and our culture. By, Johnathan Imbody

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Effective Discipling to Muslim Communities by Don Little

Muslims who come to Christ face momentous spiritual, psychological and social obstacles that drive many to abandon their faith. Often conversion and discipleship are framed by individualistic Western models that do not acknowledge the communal cultural forces that constrain and shape new believers.

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In Our Backyard by Nita Belles

In recent years, Americans have woken up to the reality that human trafficking is not just something that happens in other countries. But what most still do not understand is that neither is it something that just happens to “other people” such as runaways or the disenfranchised.

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Jungle Doctor and the Whirlwind #1 by Paul White

There is a stranger in the hospital compound. His pockets are brimming with money, his clothes are brighter than the sunset, and Maradadi is as full of trouble as a scorpion. Will the staff be deceived by his charm and his smooth words of fame and fortune? As the Jungle Doctor fights an epidemic that is sweeping the East African countryside like a whirlwind, he finds he must also fight the destructive influence of this evil intruder. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Age 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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Hope for Joy by Sarah Miner

Enter Laurie, an American volunteer for the Hope Institute of Uganda. When Laurie arrives in Joy’s village, her life soon begins to change. After Joy loses her family’s special bracelet, Joy and Laurie re-trace Joy’s steps from the day before, beginning a journey of friendship, love, and hope – a journey that just may change the course of Joy’s young life.

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Contraception Guidebook by Sandra Glahn & Bill Cutrer, MD

he Contraception Guidebook equips you to make fully informed decisions about the complex and deeply personal issue of contraception. Written in a personal, engaging style by a male obstetrician/gynecologist and a female educator and journalist, both theologians, this easy-to-read book is packed with the most current medical information on every option, old and new.

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Jungle Doctor Meets a Lion #9 by Paul White

The smell of lion around the campfire warns the Jungle Doctor of danger and when he comes across a trail of blood, his fears are confirmed. Someone has been attacked by Simba, the lion, and is in desperate need of medical treatment. While everyone in the village believes the injured man is as good as dead, the Jungle Doctor thinks differently. With some modern medicine, and quick thinking, the young lion hunter is saved from death, but there are other things that the injured hunter needs saving from, and that’s what the mission hospital at Mvumi is all about: saving lives and souls. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Ages 8-9, Grades 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor on the Hop #2 by Paul White

The witchdoctor’s magic appears to be working. A dozen people have already died, and many more are falling prey to this mysterious illness that is plaguing the village. What is this killer disease that is more powerful than an angry elephant, more terrifying than a mighty leopard, more deadly than a roaring lion? Will the Jungle Doctor be able to fit together the pieces of the puzzle in time? Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Age 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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Mingling of Souls by Matt Chandler with Jared C. Wilson

The Song of Solomon offers strikingly candid—and timeless—insights on romance, dating, marriage, and sex. We need it. Because emotions rise and fall with a single glance, touch, kiss, or word. And we are inundated with songs, movies, and advice that contradicts God’s design for love and intimacy.

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Spiritual Equipping For Mission by Ryan Shaw

God calls his people to mission. But the demands of crosscultural ministry can be overwhelming and draining, leading to discouragement and burnout. All of our strategies and methodologies for reaching others are useless if we are incapable of living the holy, faithful lives God intends for us.

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Wellness for the Glory of God by John Dunlop, MD

From dieting cookbooks to workout DVDs, our culture is obsessed with getting healthy and staying fit. But what does true wellness really entail, especially as we get older?

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The Handbook of Medicine by Dennis Palmer, DO, and Catherine E. Wolf, MD, MPH

Have you ever seen a patient with leprosy? What are the symptoms of Dengue Fever? What is the best drug to use for the routine deworming of children? How should you treat a pregnant woman with malaria? Have you ever diagnosed leishmaniasis?

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Second Forgetting by Benjamin T. Mast

Charles is 78 years old and there is much he cannot remember. He cannot remember the names of his children, why he lives in a nursing home, or even whether he ate breakfast today. His forgetting causes confusion, and in his fear and uncertainty he sometimes lashes out at those who try to care for him.

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Jungle Doctor Operates #14 by Paul White

The Jungle Doctor has many challenges to deal with—for example, running a surgical theatre in the middle of the African jungle. There are urgent operations to perform but they don’t have all the necessary tools. However, a football, an ancient foot pump and an empty pickle bottle provide, for virtually nothing, an anesthetic machine which saves lives. But it’s not just patients that the Jungle Doctor has to help. This time he has to operate on himself! Ages 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor Pulls a Leg #12 by Paul White

A sudden flash flood brings the Jungle Doctor into some serious trouble as he and a couple of the Mvumi hospital staff go to the rescue of a dangerously ill patient. In the African jungle, short journeys can become life threatening when the weather takes a turn for the worse. However, this time the Jungle Doctor has help at hand with the new flying ambulance and the first radio phone to be operated at Mvumi Mission Hospital. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Ages 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor’s Africa #7 by Paul White

The continual stream of sick and injured patients coming to the Mvumi hospital never stops. They all need help from the Jungle Doctor and his team. Lions and hyenas are just two of the potential killers faced on a daily basis, but it is often the smallest creature of all that is the most deadly. The infamous little dudu carries the hidden but real danger of disease and infection. The Jungle Doctor and his team have their work cut out for them as they tackle meningitis, leprosy, and other illnesses. However, it’s not all tragedy and trauma at Mvumi Mission Hospital. There is laughter and fun as well. It’s just that very often in Africa, each new day brings joy and sadness, love and loss, but with the love of Jesus Christ there is always hope. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Ages 8-9, Grades 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor – Eyes on Jungle Doctor #10 by Paul White

There are patients in the Mvumi hospital who have lived for years in “Utitu” – The Land of Darkness, but they have hope for their blindness as it is rumored that the Jungle Doctor has instruments of iron and strong medicine for eyes. However, Berenge, the witchdoctor, has his own brand of “medicine.” This medicine doesn’t cure blindness, it causes it. But he won’t let a little thing like blindness stop him from getting rich on other people’s suffering. He is not going to let his patients out of his clutches so easily. This adventure story tells how Berange’s evil deeds are thwarted, and how one patient finds light, not only for his eyes, but also for his soul. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Age 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor in Slippery Places #6 by Paul White

Dr. Daudi Matama is worried. His trusted assistant has stolen many hospital supplies and is reportedly working in the black market near the slippery shores of the forbidden Cooking Pot. Meanwhile, the villagers are under threat of famine and starvation from the millions of weaver birds that continue to attack their crops. Can the harvest be saved? Is there hope for the wayward Yakobo? Here is another thrilling adventure from Paul White, introducing one of the first East African doctors to work at Mvumi Hospital in Tanzania, Dr. Daudi Matama. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Ages 8-9, Grades 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor Attacks Witchcraft #16 by Paul White

The witchdoctors cause trouble for the Jungle Doctor once again; however, he teaches the people that their illnesses are caused by infection and parasites and not by curses and spells. They also learn that sin brings death and that there is only one way of breaking its power: the Lord Jesus Christ. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Ages 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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The Smart Stepfamily by Ron L. Deal, and Gary Chapman

Leading stepfamily expert Ron L. Deal reveals the seven fundamental steps to blended family success and provides practical, realistic solutions to the issues you face as a stepfamily. Whether married or soon-to-be-married, you’ll discover how …

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A Missional Life

If you’re interested in healthcare missions, then this resource is just for you. Answering a call to missions presents many common challenges. A Missional Life brings together an inspiring collection of experiences, wisdom and insights from 14 of the most engaged and influential individuals in healthcare missions today. Journey with your heart and mind through a series of conversations to better prepare for engagement in the world of healthcare missions—and ultimately in living a missional life. The book defines a missional life as “a life surrendered to Christ for service in line with the Great Commission, following wherever and however that may unfold; marked by a deep commitment and obedience governed by a close relationship with Christ to closely listen, continually hear and follow through.” So if you’re looking to learn how to fully surrender yourself to a missional life, this resource is just for you.

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Practice By The Book by Gene Rudd, MD and Al Weir, MD

Has the joy gone out of your practice of medicine or dentistry? Has your calling become just a job? Ever wonder if your practice is making an eternal difference? Do the pieces of your life still fit together? Are you neglecting important areas of your life?

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Leadership Proverbs by David Stevens & Bert Jones

A proverb is a short saying that expresses a truth and offers advice to the reader, often with an element of wit. The authors have distilled the knowledge contained in many leadership books into these potent principles. Like a diamond focusing light, these proverbs cut through the verbosity of lengthy books and provide a treasure trove of guidance gems. This is a perfect gift for any leader you know!

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Time for a Pure Revolution by Doug Herman

Empower the ones you love to fight the sexual battle; protect their future; demand what they deserve. You can’t choose for them, but you can empower them to choose for themselves.

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Finding Roses in the Dust by Erin Brynn

Erin and her husband and the two youngest of their six children were privileged to live in Afghanistan for a year, and she recorded her thoughts and feelings throughout the preparation, the adventure, and the return.

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Contentment by Richard Swenson, MD

In a world that honors outward achievement tells people they’ll never have enough, and encourages an impossibly busy life, peace and contentment can feel like a distant dream. But Dr. Swenson shows that it really is possible.

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What Every Christian Needs to Know About The Qur’an by James R. White

What used to be an exotic religion of people halfway around the world is now the belief system of people living across the street. Through fair, contextual use of the Qur’an as the primary source text, apologist James R. White presents Islamic beliefs about Christ, salvation, the Trinity, the afterlife, and other important topics.

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Beyond Medicine by David Stevens, Md, MA (Ethics)

As a healthcare missionary in today’s landscape, the success of your ministry depends on your ability to manage the non-medical tasks you encounter daily. Dr. Stevens uses his own personal experiences, expertise and insight to guide you through.

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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made by Dr Megan Best

What sort of contraception, if any, should I use? When does human life begin—at fertilization or at some point after that? What are the arguments for and against abortion? Is it ok to use genetic screening and other prenatal tests to check for abnormalities in my unborn baby? Should Christians use IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies? What is the current state of embryonic stem cell research?

These are just some of the many complex and emotion-laden questions we face in the rapidly changing field of reproductive medicine, and most Christians do so with two very significant handicaps:

  • We don’t have accurate up-to-date information about the medical and technological issues involved.
  • We have not thought through a sound, biblical framework for making ethical decisions in this area.

Dr. Megan Best provides what is lacking in both of these vital areas. Built on extensive historical, biblical and medical research, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made is the comprehensive, accurate, biblically-based ethical handbook Christians have been waiting to read. By, Megan Best, BMed (Hons), MAAE.

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Walking with Jesus in Healthcare by Amaryllis Sanchez Wohlever, MD

Travel through the book of Luke (the physician) in small bite-sized pieces over a period of 120 days. There are no dates on the pages to make you feel that you are behind schedule, and each devotion is a scant page of reading with a second page containing a quote or question, a prayer, sometimes a song suggestion, and space to record what God said to you through the message and how you will respond.

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Jungle Doctor’s Crooked Dealings #4 byPaul White

More is going on in the hospital compound than meets the eye. Tension is high as the Jungle Doctor performs some delicate and dangerous operations. The troublemaker, Woga, keeps making threats, and to make matters worse, there is a killer lion on the prowl. What can a little boy with a twisted face, a crooked back, and a smiling dog teach them about courage? Another thrilling adventure from Paul White based in Mvumi Hospital, Tanzania. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Age 8-9, Grade 3-4.

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Jungle Doctor Spots a Leopard #3 by Paul White

Fear has gripped the hearts of the villagers. A killer leopard is moving closer and closer. A leopard which has only four toes on one foot. Old ex-chief Madole is also missing a finger. Could it be that he is using witchcraft to turn himself into a leopard, seeking revenge on those who took away his power? Baruti the hunter believes in the power of God, but he himself may have to become the bait if he is to save the rest. Read more about Dr. White and the Jungle Doctor books in the description of the Jungle Doctor set. Ages 8-9, Grades 3-4.

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