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    The Big Bible Sticker Book is filled with more than thirty of the best-loved stories from the Bible. It uses a simple but effective approach to keep young children attentive—the child listens to the story and matches the sticker to the scene to complete the illustration. Learning occurs on several levels. For children ages 3 and up,...

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      Summer camp is supposed to be fun, relaxing, and exciting! But this summer at Eden doesn’t look like it will turn out that way. It’s up to nineteen-year-old Poppi to save Camp Eden, a dying summer camp in California. Poppi has her work cut out for her, between a cute boy, a callous boss, and no money. It...

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      Para leer este artículo en español, haga clic aquí. Deb Burma’s best-selling Bible Study and devotional duo, A Chocolate Life, is now available in Spanish thanks to grant funding provided by the Iowa East District LWML. “We are SO excited about the possibility of having Deb [Burma]’s A Chocolate Life devotional printed in Spanish,” gushed LWML leader—and...

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    At some point in our lives, we all stand at a crossroads: to forgive or not to forgive. And if we’re being honest, we probably find ourselves standing at such a crossroads quite often. Or, perhaps you’ve already chosen your path and have been traveling the lonely road of unforgiveness and deep-rooted bitterness for years. No matter where...

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    We sat down with author Christina Hergenrader to chat about her new novel, Last Summer at Eden. She shared with us her love for all things camp, bonfires, and summer crushes! Be on the look out for Last Summer at Eden, available April 11, 2017. Did you go to camp growing up? I went to Camp...

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    What is pastoral ministry? What responsibilities and promises are given to Christian pastors and the people they serve? For the first time ever, English-speaking readers have the opportunity to explore Johann Gerhard’s commentary on the first two of St. Paul’s “pastoral epistles” to the young pastor Timothy. In this new volume, you are invited to study 1...

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  • 03/17/17--06:10: Q&A with Tony Cook
  • Tony Cook is a visual learner who enjoys finding creative ways to study the Bible and explore the Christian faith. We caught up with him to chat about his latest project, The Illuminated Catechism—a visually stunning and carefully crafted book that encourages people to spend time reflecting on God’s Word, doodling, journaling, and expressing their...

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    Every time I write a book, I learn something new about myself. With He Remembers the Barren, I learned how a book finally gets written: one slow, laborious chapter at a time. With Pew Sisters, I learned that storytelling—whether applied to nonfiction or fiction—is bunk if it doesn’t serve my neighbor. With each installment of...

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    This April, you’ll have many opportunities to help your children learn about the Bible passages that are read each Sunday. Between Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter, you and the little ones in your life can learn about Jesus’ saving love in a kid-friendly format. In addition to the Arch Books for each Sunday in...

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      The darkness is closing in . . . Just as Simon starts to see the light, the darkness crouches in to destroy it. In Concealed, the second novel in Lisa M. Clark’s The Messengers series, Simon and the Messengers set out to bring to light the truth they have found. But they will encounter many obstacles along the...

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    Lisa M. Clark, author of The Messengers series, sat down with us to chat about what it takes to write a dystopian young adult novel. She gave us lots of insight into the characters in Concealed, the second book in The Messengers series, and gave us a heads up that there is a high likelihood you...

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    God has entrusted His children to us, and we want to help them build a solid foundation of faith both at home and in our church family. But this takes intention—it takes a blueprint for children’s ministry. Blueprints for Children’s Ministry can help churches with this responsibility. In this book, author Kim E. Bestian covers...

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      Grab your favorite coffee mug, fill it up, and spend some time with our Savior. Sip, Savor, and Drink Deeply is a seven-session Bible Study from Deb Burma that teaches women in Christ, our lives overflow with hope, blessings, and more!! During this study you will be encouraged to take a break from your daily grind and dive into...

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      Break out the baseball caps and gardening gloves . . . It’s summer break in Bradbury—and that means cookouts, cornfields, and county fairs! But at Zion Lutheran Church, the changes and chances of life don’t take a vacation. Pastor Fletcher must learn to share the parsonage bathroom. Mrs. Scheinberg must face the fact that...

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  • 05/13/17--05:59: Keep the Sunday School
  • One of my favorite moments of the evening is getting into a warm bubble bath. The water is so relaxing and melts the stress of the day away. The little fragrant bubbles bring refreshment and contentment. That’s how I feel when I’m in Scripture too. God’s Word gives me all those same things and so...

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    Nestled between the New Testament books of Philemon and James, the Book of Hebrews was written as a sermon to be preached during the congregational worship service. Like all Scripture, it bears witness to Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. And it is this book that is the focus of the latest volume in the Concordia Commentary series....

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    We are overjoyed to announce that CPH is continuing our tradition of having Breakfast Bible Studies at the LWML convention! This year, you can study God’s Word and eat delicious food with authors Deb Burma and Donna Pyle. Donna Pyle will lead the Bible study at 6:45 a.m. on Saturday, and she’ll be talking about...

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    How well do you wait? Not, how well do you wait for your Netflix show to load, for your coffee to brew, or for your latest online order to arrive at your doorstep—but how well do you wait when God has called you to wait for something big? The kind of big that seems to put your life in a holding...

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    The Life of Christ takes you on a fascinating journey into the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. This new, updated edition of Adam Fahling’s unique commentary describes the most important life, from the most widely read book, from the most influential religion in history. Anyone who owns a Bible has a copy of...

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  • 05/25/17--09:22: First Look: The Love Bridge
  •   The Love Bridge, by Jonathan Schkade, is a beautiful picture book that helps teach young children the basic story of God’s love for us. It illustrates for children the brokenness brought on by our sin, and God’s plan to fix our broken relationship with Him through Jesus. Simple drawings and easy-to-understand text work together...

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