Many workbooks for Christian youth on sexual purity are little more than "scared straight" style primers on perversion, full of graphic details of the worst possible consequences of illicit sexual activity. They are not wholesome; certainly they are no vehicle for inspiring Christian teens to "love and good works," nor can they be said to embrace Philippians 4:8 in any meaningful... [click here for more]
Christians live under the New Covenant, the Law of Christ, not the Old Testament law. What then do we glean from a study of Genesis? A history lesson about the fall of man? A set of cautionary tales? Or is there more? Revealed in the New: Genesis looks at key stories from Genesis through the lens of the New Testament. These thirteen lessons look at key stories from Genesis through the lens of the... [click here for more]
This short Bible study, intended to be completed by individuals or small groups in one or two sessions, asks: What does it mean to be whole? What does it mean to love?
Even if we consider ourselves whole, most of us at least know someone who is not. Most of us know someone who is struggling with a potentially deadly illness or a chronic debilitating health condition. Most of us care about... [click here for more]
This series of literature guides was created to enable Christian parents to discuss selected works with their children from a deliberately Christian worldview. The guides are intentionally brief, not intended for a full semester’s study, but rather for an afternoon’s casual conversation.
Richard Connell's “The Most Dangerous Game,” first published in 1924, is the story of... [click here for more]