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  • This verse-by-verse study of 1 Corinthians deals with practical problems of Chrsitian living today by taking a look at the problem-plagued Corinthian church. (24 studies)
  • January - December devotional. PDF downloadable copy only.  
  • January - December devotional. Paperback or PDF downloadable copy available.
  • Delay Is Not Denial Don’s study in Genesis vividly presents Abraham as a man in a hurry, unwilling to wait for God’s perfect timing in his life. Not just examples from the patriarch’s life on how God used a man with shortcomings, Delay Is Not Denial provides biblical answers to the dilemmas and temptations that we all face as we strive to wait on the Lord.
  • In the midst of our Christmas card sending and the holiday vending, we may too easily forget that all the hoopla began as the celebration of the birth of a king, Jesus Christ. God’s ultimate gift to us, He is the original, and only truly meaningful, “reason for the season.”  
  • You’ll enjoy a year’s worth of daily Scripture readings and practical lessons compiled by Don. Bible verses and pithy lessons focus on distinct scriptural concepts each day, providing spiritual meat for the week. Pearl supplies 52 short, folksy devotional articles—one per week—to encourage and inspire (and even make you laugh a bit).  
  • Fruitful in Affliction Facing adversity? Learn lessons in dealing with disaster from one who survived and soared above the circumstances. The Old Testament patriarch Joseph overcomes a dysfunctional family, employer troubles, and false imprisonment, and discovers that all things happen for good--God's good. Joseph teaches us how to forgive, bear fruit, and finish well.
  • Making the Most of Your Walk with God Draw closer to the Creator of the Universe. He created you. He cares about you. He loves you, and He longs to be close to you. Grow stronger in your faith. In your knowledge of God’s ways. In your trust in His sovereignty, and in your delight in His Word.
  • When it comes to victorious living in the Christian life, God takes the leading role. However, we too often convince ourselves a human being is capable of performing to please God. Our human performance doesn’t cut it with God. Only our acceptance of Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord of our lives brings heaven to its feet.  
  • Running Uphill Into the Wind The Christian life is like an athlete preparing for a big race. It is running uphill into the wind. Every step of progress is costly. Advancing and taking new territory involves sacrificially spending ourselves. Champion Christians are those who have been spent and are still going on—seeking to plant their feet on higher ground.  
  • “Keep the Fire! kindles a radiance that reveals the true value of piling up birthdays. Unlike candles on a cake this flame lights the inner spirit of the elder laureate with eternal hope.” —Howard Hendricks    
  • New Living Translation (Tyndale House) Make the next 365 days the most exciting year of your life. Read, understand, and live all of God’s Word with The Daily Walk Bible