In a world that so often dismisses and excludes kids from decision-making, this book boldly suggests that not only should kids have a voice, but that their ideas just might be the ticket to making progress.
Featuring a hand-drawn animation style that perfectly complements the illustrations of Daniel Erlander, these three videos tell the story of A Place for You in a fresh way.
Psychotherapist Matthias Roberts speaks with empathy and compassion to people who have left their faith community after experiencing trauma, hypocrisy, or resistance to change. Blending personal stories, new interpretations of Christian parables, and research on religious trauma, Roberts guides "holy runaways" toward new and loving spiritual homes.
Good Book shows how white evangelicals in the US make the Bible the "Good Book". As social norms change, evangelicals confront interpretive challenges as they render the Bible ever benevolent. Good Book shows the negotiations that Bible-benevolence projects demand, as evangelicals seek to maintain moral authority in a diverse religious landscape.
A Christ-centered guide to the Gospel of Mark for daily devotion and group study during Lent. Lent is traditionally a time to reflect on the life, death, and...
Praying the Catechism invites the reader into a journey of prayer and meditation through the text of Luther’s Small Catechism. This edition includes updated language, new daily prayers, and contemporary examples such as inclusivity, justice and peace issues, and the climate crisis.
The revised version of Luther's Small Catechism Gift Edition is a beautiful and elegant hardcover version of Luther's essential teaching tool. New introduction by Timothy J. Wengert.
This book lives at the intersection of trauma, race, and counseling. African (Black), Latino/a/x, Asian, and Native (Indigenous) Americans (ALANAs) experience trauma in the context of systemic, institutionalized, and cultural racism. Any work by trauma-informed professionals must take into consideration the intersection of race and trauma.
This resource includes selected content from the original Manna and Mercy plus additional pages of interactive content that kids will love.
Since it first appeared in print in 1959, John Doberstein's Minister's Prayer Book has been a devotional classic among Lutheran pastors. The beauty of the Minister's Prayer Book is its centering of the pastor's calling on word and sacrament, on pastoral care, and on being fully present in the lives of God's people. While the basic structure and intent of the original work remains, new resources have been included to develop a broader appeal.
Age-appropriate activities make it easy (and fun!) for kids to explore scripture.
The welcome water of Baptism in God's gift to you. This full color book helps you explore the Sacrament of Holy Baptism with your young child. Discover that God...
A heartfelt story about enjoying Halloween and autumn at the local apple orchard.
Spark Story Bible Devotions for Kids takes kids on a journey through 100 of the most well-known Bible stories with questions for reflection, key verses, prayers, and family activity ideas.
Designed for kids in pre-kindergarten through second grade, the Whirl Kids Story Bible is packed with essential, faith-building stories from Genesis to Revelation.
A beloved story of Jesus welcoming you to his special meal of holy communion. Published in 1999, this classic Erlander book has invited many to join their place at the table. This bilingual edition includes text in both English and Spanish.
Una entrañable historia de Jesús dándole la bienvenida a su cena especial de la Santa Comunión. Publicado por primera vez en 1999, el clásico de Erlander ha invitado a muchos a tomar su lugar a la mesa. Esta edición bilingüe incluye texto en inglés y en español.
From beloved spiritual teacher Carl McColman comes a book about big possibility: the hope of achieving authentic, blissful, experiential union with God. He reveals the various ways Christian mysticism and contemplation have been in dynamic practice through the centuries, proving inspirational for today's seekers, regardless of faith tradition.
Preaching to the Choir imparts practical and pastoral wisdom to church musicians in their vocation as choir directors. This updated second edition attends to recent challenges choir directors have encountered and provides guidance as they look to the future, always with a sense of the Spirit’s presence, a deep care for those who sing, and a warm sense of humor.
The Woman They Wanted recounts the remarkable story of Shannon Harris' courtship with Joshua Harris (author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye), her grappling with conservative Christianity's patriarchy and narrow definition of womanhood, and her journey to break free and reclaim a more authentic version of herself.
When Sparrow can't find the words to pray, he discovers new ways to connect with God without words.
Lutheran Study Bible
Explore the NRSV Bible with accompanying background material, Lutheran insights, and faith reflection starters.
Word & World
The Cross Vision
Help kids encounter the Bible with the colorful Spark Story Bible and the kid-friendly Spark Bible NRSV.
Living with Hope series
Help kids connect the Bible to their own lives with the activities and tools in the Connect Bible NRSV.