Archive for May, 2009

“Excellent work. I lead a church in Melbourne, Australia with about 6000 people attending each week (10 church gatherings in 4 locations). The learnings were very helpful for us. Being so far away from the USA, its a bit hard to keep track of all that is going on, and Multi-Site Churches gave us a terrific […]


I just wanted to thank you and your team for your excellent work on the book ‘Multi-Site Churches’. I lead a church in Melbourne, Australia with about 6000 people attending each week (10 church gatherings in 4 locations). The learnings were very helpful for us. Being so far away from the USA, its a bit […]


“T.L. Higley has done it again! Guardian of the Flame has the strong characters, rich description, and attention to historical accuracy that have become her hallmarks. Many series begin to go downhill after the first book or two, but Higley’s Seven Wonders novels keep getting better.”  Rick Acker, author of Dead Man’s Rule and Blood […]


    Sit down and strap yourself in for this adrenaline filled story of a Special Ops team doing what they do best. Eye opening and thrilling Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky combine combat experience with writing skill and show it off to full advantage. I was anxious to get beyond the early chapters and […]


Guardian of the Flame weaves history into a completely absorbing tale that doesn’t let the reader go even after the last page is turned. The Seven Wonders of the World, and the people whose lives are intertwined with them, come alive in this imaginative, engrossing series. I can’t wait for the next one!   Janelle […]


It’s a modern-day Wizard of Oz with Cinderella undertones. But this is no fairy tale or fantasy, with magical resolutions and guaranteed happy endings. It’s a deeply moving story of hurt and healing, of love and loss, of hope and redemption. Immensely entertaining, it is chock full of wit, grit, humor and heartache. Truly unforgettable, […]


“Chuck Lawless and Jim Shaddix assess the Emerging views of evangelism, advocating some of the positive aspects of the movement while critiquing others in light of Scripture.” “Overall, I heartily recommend Evangelicals Engaging Emergent for being an evangelical contribution to the conversation that actually lives up to its title.” Read the entire review at Kingdom People…


Readers are here introduced to several of the doctrinal issues involved in thinking of Jesus in Trinitarian terms as well as the key biblical passages that prove such is a necessary component for being faithful to Scripture. The book will prove to be a great resource for evangelical undergraduates, interested lay folk, or pastors looking […]


Why such a broad scope? Because the book is in honor of John Warwick Montgomery, and he is a man of intense scope. He has more PhD’s and Graduate degrees than I have fingers, in essence he has a hand in about every field and the book reflects on his contributions and has essays in […]


JW Montgomery is a lost gem in Christianity, likely because he is of a another intellectual level from most. Astounding can only begin to describe a career filled with books on numerous subjects as well as doctorate degrees to back them up, and then his debate history with major players such as Madalyn Murray O’Hair, […]