A Mentor’s Wisdom by R. Larry Moyer
Renewing the art of mentoring: Why we need it & how to find one. Mentoring is a rarity. In a culture lacking solid mentors and even fewer followers, the need for help and guidance is as needed as ever. In this book Dr. R. Larry Moyer chronicles how he developed as a leader through the close partnership with a professor who became a friend.
Amazing Grace in the Life of John Newton by Don Parker Decker
The words that John Newton wrote in his hymn Amazing Grace over two centuries ago have brought hope and peace to people around the world. In this hymn, Newton recounted the battle he had in his own life. A profligate … Read More
The Essential Jonathan Edwards by Owen Strachan & Douglas A. Sweeney
An introduction to the life and teachings of America’s greatest theologian. Many people know Jonathan Edwards by his famous sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. However, such an awareness is unfair. Edwards was perhaps the most influential American preacher and theologian of the 18th century and his influence continues.
The Faith of Condoleezza Rice by Leslie Montgomery
She’s been called the devil’s handmaiden, a history maker, a rock star, Bush’s secret weapon, the most influential woman in the world, a rising star, and a race traitor – among other things. Regardless of which opinion people come to … Read More
Walk By Faith by David Kline
In high school, David Kline was the All-American kid–excelled in multiple sports, achieved honor roll every year, played the lead in school and community theater, sang in the top choir, and was elected to student government. He was fun, outgoing, … Read More