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  • Rainbow Boy

    Rainbow Boy

    A story about a boy with a heart too big for one color alone.

    9781506463988

    $17.99

    Available January 19, 2021

  • A Small Catechsim: Understanding Church Music in the Lutheran Tradition

    A Small Catechsim: Understanding Church Music in the Lutheran Tradition

    Martin Luther identified music as a gift of God, not a human invention. In so doing he recognized and made effective use of the power of music to teach and persuade both mind and heart. He also created a strong bond between the preacher and the church musician in their shared responsibilities. In this small "handbook" on Lutheran worship and church music, readers can celebrate these still dynamic understandings from their rightful heritage as Lutherans.

    9781942304258

    $3.00

  • The Choir and the Organ in Early Lutheranism

    The Choir and the Organ in Early Lutheranism

    The organ and the choir play a significant role in the ministry of most Lutheran churches today. But this has not always been the case. These essays paint the picture of the role of the organ and the choir in early Lutheran worship, dispelling a number of myths and assumptions and offering some useful reflections on what this all means for the faithful practice of church music in our own time.

    9781942304289

    $10.00

  • Little Mole Finds Hope

    Little Mole Finds Hope

    The endearing tale of Little Mole and his mother, who embark on a journey to find hope—and discover it hiding even in the darkest place.

    $17.99

  • After the Rain

    After the Rain

    A rainy-day picture book about sharing and learning to work together.

    $17.99

  • With Courage and Compassion: Women and the Ecumenical Movement

    With Courage and Compassion: Women and the Ecumenical Movement

    With Courage and Compassion celebrates the contributions of women to nations, societies, churches, and the ecumenical movement. While recounting the progressive stance the World Council of Churches has taken in recognizing the leadership and theological gifts of women, this book is honest about the many forms of exclusion and even violence against women in societies in the church and the ecumenical movement that persist. It calls for a transformation of unjust attitudes and systems.

    $29.00

  • Longing for an Absent God: Faith and Doubt in Great American Fiction

    Longing for an Absent God: Faith and Doubt in Great American Fiction

    Longing for an Absent God unveils the powerful role of faith and doubt in the American literary tradition. Nick Ripatrazone explores how prominent American writers--including Flannery O'Connor, Don DeLillo, Toni Morrison, Cormac McCarthy, Thomas Pynchon, and Louise Erdrich--diverge into two major strands of Catholic writers--practicing and cultural--but when taken together form a rich and unique literary canon immersed in the full spectrum of doubt and faith in contemporary America.

    $27.99

  • Touched: For Survivors of Sexual Assault Like Me Who Have Been Hurt by Church Folk and for Those Who Will Care
  • What's in Your Mind Today?

    What's in Your Mind Today?

    In this guided, illustrated meditation for kids, author Louise Bladen offers a simple mindfulness practice, not to banish bad thoughts, but to feel calm in the midst of thoughts that come and go.

    9781506463773

    $17.99

  • Abundance: Creating a Culture of Generosity

    Abundance: Creating a Culture of Generosity

    Pastor and certified fundraising executive (CFRE) Michael R. Ward provides church leaders a resource to lead their congregations to a new culture of generosity and abundance that raises more money as well as more disciples. This book guides a process of study, reflection, and action that is clear and practical. Ward taps into years of experience fundraising in the nonprofit sector to address the ongoing challenges of financing ministry.

    $15.99

  • And Grace Will Lead Me Home: Images of the Parable of the Prodigal Son from the Jerry Evenrud Collection

    And Grace Will Lead Me Home: Images of the Parable of the Prodigal Son from the Jerry Evenrud Collection

    The Jerry Evenrud collection of images of the parable of the Prodigal Son is the largest known such collection in the world. The collection reveals the desire of the artists to delve into the meaning of the parable and to convey that meaning to others. Some artists depict the entire narrative in a series of works. Others focus on one aspect, such as the pig pen or the return of the prodigal.

    9781932688184

    $40.00

  • Prelude and Fugue on the Life of Harriet Reynolds Krauth Spaeth 1845-1925

    Prelude and Fugue on the Life of Harriet Reynolds Krauth Spaeth 1845-1925

    Harriet Reynolds Krauth Spaeth (1845--1925), daughter of the nineteenth-century Lutheran theologian Charles Porterfield Krauth, was a highly educated and accomplished woman in her own right. As music editor of the Church Book with Music (1872), she was the only woman ever to serve in that capacity. The story of her life and contribution to the Lutheran tradition of liturgy and congregational song is told in this excellent treatment by Robert D. Hawkins.

    9781932688818

    $10.00

  • Alleluia!: A Gedenkschaft in Thanksgiving for the Life of Walter R. Bouman

    Alleluia!: A Gedenkschaft in Thanksgiving for the Life of Walter R. Bouman

    In this volume, readers are invited to enter into conversation with theologians whose work represents the dynamic search for truth that Walter Bouman once shared, and who continue in the enterprise to which he gave his life. These essays represent the rigorous thinking that Bouman would likely have enjoyed--whether or not he would have agreed, as the authors in this book often indicate.

    9781942304111

    $24.00

  • Where the Best Stories Hide

    Where the Best Stories Hide

    Nicholas has a big imagination and an even bigger box of crayons! Challenged to explain his stories, Nicholas takes a dash of creativity and a dab of courage to wow his whole class and prove that the best stories sometimes hide outside the lines.

    $17.99

  • The Mindful Christian: Cultivating a Life of Intentionality, Openness, and Faith

    The Mindful Christian: Cultivating a Life of Intentionality, Openness, and Faith

    The Mindful Christian provides readers with an overview of mindfulness practice through the lens of faith, showing how the ancient healing practice of mindfulness can help them live more joyfully and wholeheartedly. This book teaches principles of mindfulness as well as easy-to-do practices, leaving readers more compassionate, joyful, content, and at peace with themselves--and with God.

    $24.99

  • Manna and Mercy Videos: A Journey from Genesis to Revelation

    Manna and Mercy Videos: A Journey from Genesis to Revelation

    Illuminating videos that accompany study of Daniel Erlander’s Manna and Mercy. Videos created by South African pastor and justice activist Alan Storey.

    9781506447865

    $20.00

  • Together by Grace: Introducing the Lutherans

    Together by Grace: Introducing the Lutherans

    Who are the Lutherans? In this colorful volume, over two dozen gifted writers tell a story of Lutheran faith and mission that goes back 500 years while pointing to the future.

    9781506406381

    $12.99

  • Finding Beauty

    Finding Beauty

    Beauty is far more than something you can have. It's also something you have to find. In other people. In nature. In acts of kindness. In math, and art, and music, and sports.

    9781506463797

    $17.99

    Available February 9, 2021

  • You Can Change: Stories from Angola Prison and the Psychology of Personal Transformation

    You Can Change: Stories from Angola Prison and the Psychology of Personal Transformation

    Can people make positive changes in their lives that really last? To answer this question, Dr. Mark W. Baker wound up interviewing inmates in the largest maximum-security prison in the United States, located in Angola, Louisiana. Baker uses stories from inside Angola, along with his decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, to show all of us how to change our lives for the better--no matter who we are or what we've done.

    $18.99

  • Leading with the Sermon: Preaching as Leadership

    Leading with the Sermon: Preaching as Leadership

    Prolific author William H. Willimon makes the compelling case that two key pastoral tasks--preaching and leadership--complement, correct, strengthen, and inform one another. Preaching is the distinctive function of pastoral leaders. Leadership of the church, particularly during a challenging time of transition in mainline Protestantism, has become a pressing concern for pastors. This book shows how the practices, skills, and intentions of Christian preaching can be helpful to the leadership of a congregation.

    $18.99

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Explore the NRSV Bible with accompanying background material, Lutheran insights, and faith reflection starters.

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Spark Bibles

Help kids encounter the Bible with the colorful Spark Story Bible and the kid-friendly Spark Bible NRSV.

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Help kids connect the Bible to their own lives with the activities and tools in the Connect Bible NRSV.

  • Bibles

    Bibles

    Dwell in God’s word with Bibles for every age and experience level.

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