The Covenant Creek Kids, Book 1: The Mystery of Granddaddy Meek
By Whitney White
Illustrated by Kimberly Merritt
This product includes a copy of the 47-page hardcover book and the audiobook read by the author, Whitney White.
Instead of staying home or going to summer camp like their friends, Brennan and Addison are spending part of their summer vacation with their great-grandparents, Mama D and Granddaddy Meek, but they have a feeling Granddaddy Meek doesn't want them around.
In spite of his brusque demeanor, when Granddaddy Meek catches them rummaging around an old chest hidden away in the closet, he begins to share with them why he loves America so much. In the process, they find a new love for a real American hero.
A Transgender’s Faith tells the remarkable true story of Walt Heyer, a man plagued since childhood with thoughts and feelings that he should have been a girl. The torment intensifies as he grows up, marries and starts a family, and builds an amazing career. Desperate, he secretly seeks out a radical treatment that promises relief, but also could risk the destruction of all he holds dear.
With the same resolute determination that propelled him to success in his career, he relentlessly pursues healing and wholeness, not giving up until he knows without a doubt he is safe in the arms of Jesus.
A Transgender’s Faith courageously challenges political correctness and the gender change activists who say “Transgenders are born that way” by daring to share the powerful testimony of one man’s faith and restoration to his birth gender.
In this timely book, award-winning author Kevin DeYoung challenges each of us—the skeptic and the seeker, the certain and the confused—to take a humble look at God’s Word regarding the issue of homosexuality.
After examining key biblical passages in both the Old and New Testaments and the Bible’s overarching teaching regarding sexuality, DeYoung responds to popular objections raised by Christians and non-Christians alike, making this an indispensable resource for thinking through one of the most pressing issues of our day.
Can You Be Gay and Christian?: Responding With Love and Truth to Questions About Homosexuality
The question of how the church deals with homosexuality has become the great moral and spiritual issue of this generation.
How do we respond to gay people who tell us how much they love the Lord and experience God’s power? How do we answer them when they say that the greatest law is the law of love, and that love requires us to embrace them as they are? What do we do with the argument that the Old Testament laws (such as the prohibition against homosexuality and the dietary laws) no longer apply?
Can You Be Gay and Christian? will provide solid biblical answers, clearly written and based on sound scholarship, in a compassionate way that causes the reader to wrestle with the issues and discover the biblical truth. The book also provides practical guidelines for ministry and shows readers how they can resist the gay agenda while reaching out to their gay friends and family.
Freedom Realized is a passionate call to hold the front line of holiness concerning true and lasting freedom in Christ, as well as a practical ministry guide for "ex-gay" ministries, pastoral care ministries that really help people overcome homosexuality.
Insider Stephen Black presents clear evidence that former gays and lesbians are finding lasting freedom from a life defined by "gay" identity fallacies. The results of First Stone Ministries' groundbreaking, long-term survey highlight the freedom former homosexuals are finding through Christ and the power of the gospel.
Freedom Realized brings you the behind-the-scenes story of the collapse of the Exodus International ministry to homosexuals, common causes for homosexuality, and real-life illustrations of effective ministry approaches. Readers will also discover:
Deceptive messages that lower the bar of biblical standards and hinder freedom
What works and what doesn't in "ex-gay" ministry
Why some fail and go back into darkness
Insight from 16 seasoned leaders in overcoming same-sex attractions