Practical Tips for Following Jesus at Work: A Q&A with Author David Gill

We have a NEW book coming out this October! Workplace Discipleship 101: A Primer, by David W. Gill, contains encouragement and practical advice for Christians who are serious about living out their faith in their daily work lives. This book is packed with simple, practical suggestions organized in an intuitive format with straightforward language. Answering questions … Continue reading Practical Tips for Following Jesus at Work: A Q&A with Author David Gill

Giving Thanks for a Perfectly Imperfect Life: Living Life God’s Way

Have you ever heard of Burger King's tagline? "Have it your way." That does sound appealing, doesn't it? With burgers grilling and fries sizzling, it really does make you feel like a king! And though that might be a great marketing strategy for a fast-food franchise, this type of thinking does much more harm than … Continue reading Giving Thanks for a Perfectly Imperfect Life: Living Life God’s Way

Book Review: Christianity in North Africa and West Asia

About the Series: Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Series The “Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Series” is a comprehensive series that covers key facts and analyses on various regions around the world regarding the Christian faith. It offers reliable demographic information and original interpretative essays by indigenous scholars and practitioners, and is considered to be … Continue reading Book Review: Christianity in North Africa and West Asia

Finding Hope in the Psalms During COVID-19: A Q&A with Michele Howe, the Author of “Deliver Us”

We are pleased to announce we have a new book coming from beloved author Michele Howe titled, Deliver Us! This book was originally going to be published later this year, but we felt it was right to push it forward due to the world's current shared crisis of COVID-19. This pandemic was a huge surprise … Continue reading Finding Hope in the Psalms During COVID-19: A Q&A with Michele Howe, the Author of “Deliver Us”

5 Quotes about Peace, Grace, and Thanksgiving from the English Puritans

By Meg Rusick, Marketing & Communications Manager Looking to the Past As we approach our American Thanksgiving, I’m reminded of those who struggled in the past to ensure our religious freedom to celebrate national holidays. Before the first New England colonists even shared a meal with their Native American neighbors in the early seventeenth century, … Continue reading 5 Quotes about Peace, Grace, and Thanksgiving from the English Puritans

New Book: A Book-by-Book Guide to Septuagint Vocabulary

Septuaginta: A Reader's Edition

We are pleased to announce that our new book, A Book-by-Book Guide to Septuagint Vocabulary (Hendrickson), is releasing in the coming weeks. It is currently on pre-order sale for 50% off as well!

What Is It?

LXXVocabThis book fills an important gap in the market by providing a tool to help those reading the Septuagint “get up the learning curve” with Septuagint vocabulary. Surprisingly, there’s no comparable resource out there in an accessible form.

The book consists of 28 chapters that present vocabulary lists for specific sections of the Septuagint corpus. Within each chapter, vocabulary is arranged according to frequency for that section of the Septuagint, which allows users to focus on the most important words (by frequency) within sections of most importance to them. Each list consists of twenty words, which we deemed to be an ideal size for memorization. And each chapter includes enough lists (typically over a…

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4 Tips for Reading the Book of Proverbs in Biblical Hebrew

By Meg Rusick, Marketing & Communications Manager Even for those who know ancient Hebrew well, the book of Proverbs can be a difficult one to read. Its short and pithy sayings are at best mysterious, and at worst confusing. It doesn’t always seem to follow a logical stream of consciousness, and at times seems to … Continue reading 4 Tips for Reading the Book of Proverbs in Biblical Hebrew

What’s the difference between the NA28 and the UBS5? Plus a FREE printable resource.

by Meg Rusick, Marketing & Communications Manager Recently we attended Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s orientation week, to meet with students and showcase our array of biblical studies and language reference books. One of the most common questions we heard was about the main differences between the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece (NA28) and Greek New Testament, 5th Revised … Continue reading What’s the difference between the NA28 and the UBS5? Plus a FREE printable resource.

“It is time to give!”: How Disability in Mission Strives to Empower Those with Disabilities

Nathan G. John* is a missionary/university professor and I, Dave C. Deuel, am a pastor/seminary professor. Between us, we hope that we have enough in-reach to local church and missions leadership. We enjoy a close rapport with our colleagues in churches and missions organizations whom we want to challenge with the message of Disability in … Continue reading “It is time to give!”: How Disability in Mission Strives to Empower Those with Disabilities

Living All of Life to the Glory of God: Herman Bavinck’s Theology of Confession

By Levi Bakerink, Academic Sales Representative The concept of “confession” usually carries negative connotations. We confess feelings of guilt and shame to one another. If a defendant pleads guilty, it’s a confession of their crime. Within religious contexts, confession might bring images of cathedrals, booths, and acts of penance. Even the Foo Fighters’ confession in … Continue reading Living All of Life to the Glory of God: Herman Bavinck’s Theology of Confession