Hard Truths: A One-Month Devotional for Those Unwilling to Turn Away
Our dramatically secular culture promotes popular preachers and soft approaches to moral absolutes. As a result, many professing Christians run dramatically toward the Jesus who fills us with bread in the form of money, cars, or our best life now. But at the very moment Jesus presents Himself as the Bread, we turn away, refusing to be satisfied with anything less than what our flesh can feel.
What if we meditated on the sobering truths of God's Word instead of the pervasive feel-good musings that delight our flesh? What if, in so doing, we returned to following the God who created us rather than the god we've created?
"We've watched for decades as the culture has shifted away from moral absolutes. Many Christians in their attempt to push back against pervasive relativism have grown weary. We must not grow weary. Now is the time for the Church to double-down on what we believe and now more than ever, we must stand on the hard truths found in the Word of God. Meeke understands the call of this hour and responds daily on the front lines of the culture war. The fight is far from over. As you read Hard Truths, you will be challenged, encouraged, and recharged for battle."
Tim Wildmon, President, American Family Association
From the foreword by Dr. Dobson: "This book is dedicated to the men, women, and children who live and love within this most basic unit of society. The institutions of marriage and parenthood are vital to the future of humankind. We must give them every opportunity to survive and thrive in an increasingly unfriendly environment. If the commentaries in this book contribute toward that objective in some measure, then my effort in writing them will have been worthwhile."
Author: Dr. James Dobson
Publisher: Tyndale House
Softcover; 247 pages
This book covers all the important issues - cosmology, life origins, evolution, morality and a defense of the Bible. It's the 12 Points in a book! Challenging for skeptics, engaging for seekers, and affirming for Christians. Foreword by David Limbaugh. Endorsed by Lee Strobel, Josh McDowell, Ravi Zacharias, Hank Hanegraaff, Phillip Johnson, Bill Dembski, Cal Thomas and others.
No honest atheist can read this book without being impressed by the quality of the theistic arguments as presented by the authors. The objections of skeptics are confronted with confidence.
This book is highly recommend to both atheists and Christians.
Losing Cooper: Finding Hope to Grieve Well is a true story of hope in the midst of great personal tragedy.
Within months after the unimaginable loss of their only son, five-year-old cooper, J.J. and Melanie Jasper shared their story for the film Flame On.Losing Cooper: Finding Hope to Grieve Well is based on that highly-acclaimed documentary which featured appearances by Family Talk founder Dr. James Dobson, author/ pastor Dr. David Jeremiah, and other respected Christian leaders.
This book goes deeper, provides more answers, and throws a lifeline to those sinking in despair. It may require courage to read this book, but in doing so, you will find hope to grieve well.
Mysteries of the Afterlife: Exploring Its Amazing Secrets Book by Ron Jones
Is there a more important topic than one’s eternal destination? Pastor, church planter, and radio personality Ron Jones believes the gravity of this topic deserves the utmost in both biblical accuracy and compassion. In Mysteries of the Afterlife he delivers a clearly written and compelling explanation of heaven, hell, and the afterlife. You’ll find answers to questions such as:
What happens 60 seconds after we die?
Are heaven and hell real places?
Is there a future resurrection and judgement?
Are we reincarnated after death?
Can we communicate with the dead?
Are “near-death” experiences real?
And the most important question of all—what is your eternal destiny?
“Whether you realize it or not, your journey toward your final destination began the day you’re born. And the beginning of your discovery of what lies beyond the grave starts right now.” - Ron Jones