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When God Says No

Broken dreams can bring disappointment and suffering, yet God can use these times in the wilderness to humble our hearts and delight us with new beginnings.

God in the Stable

Take time to ponder the God of creation humbling Himself in the form of a human baby—not only to relate to us, but ultimately to save us.

Out of the Ashes

During hardship and trouble, tough questions often arise: Where is God? How do I respond to difficulties? Is God both good and all-powerful? In the Discovery Series booklet Out of the Ashes by Bill Crowder, you’ll explore Job’s struggle with the problem of suffering. Through Job’s story, discover how you can trust God despite unanswered questions and gain a fresh perspective…

God's Protection of Women

Examine the history of marital abuse and find out what the Bible says concerning the protection of women.

Navigating The Storms Of Life

Discover how God can be your constant point of reference as you journey through life.

Anchors In The Storm

Find a message of hope and faith to encourage you, as you face difficult times in life.

After The Hurricane: A Biblical Response to Calamity

Find strength and guidance in the wake of disaster.

Overcoming Worry

Discover how worry can be an opportunity for spiritual growth.

When You're Left Behind

Find hope and help to move on after a loved one's suicide.

When Words Hurt

Examine the potential danger of words and the way to overcome the pain they can cause.

When We Just Can’t Stop: Overcoming Addiction

Gain insight and find help and encouragement to overcome this difficult challenge in life.

When Violence Comes Home: Help For Victims Of Spouse Abuse

Gain insight into the causes and effects of spousal abuse and how you can respond with godly intervention.

When Tragedy Strikes: Finding Security In A Vulnerable World

Discover how you can find hope and a sense of security to survive situations of violence, disaster, and tragedy.

When Anger Burns

Get the help you need to expose the root of anger and defuse its explosive potential.