Reading the same passage for a week can often expand our understanding of Biblical verses in wondrous ways. This new devotional book offers readers that opportunity over the course of a year, with 52 passages and seven devotionals relating to each passage that are excerpted from the author’s sermons....
What began as a simple writing project to take my great-grandfather’s book that had languished on shelves for decades and bring it back using current language and idioms became an unexpected quest. I learned that the Civil War was more than battles. George F. Robertson never witnessed any gun...
On February 10, 2018, my life as I knew it came to a screeching halt. The day before, I had rushed my husband, Jim to the hospital… This is the story of the first year of that journey, a year that will forever be sacred.
Refrigerator Prayers for Ordinary People provides daily prayers for those times when you need help getting started with your own prayer for the day or for when you just can't think of anything to say to God. You may find various prayers...
This book grew out of the many questions Beth has received and addresses topics like how to begin a direct aid ministry, what to do when someone on the street asks you for money and how to set up your own poverty tour.
Educators can utilize this book as a tool to improve the education process for other teachers, students, parents by realizing the differences that children in poverty experience.
These conversations with 30 biblical women that visit Beth’s porch address diverse sets of circumstances and challenges.
Thirteen additional biblical women visit Beth’s porch. The chapters include study questions discussing the issues raised by each women.
The adult study guide follows a young girl’s journey through homelessness. Each chapter offers information, sources and study questions about the topics addressed.
This picture book is for parents and grandparents who are helping children develop empathy for classmates who may live in poverty.