Saturday, 24 April 2010

Book of the Week: Zvi

Book of the Week:
Zvi: The Miraculous Story of Triumph over the Holocaust
by Elwood McQuaid

This 2001 Gold Medallion Book Award Finalist is the compelling and true story of how a 10-year-old Jewish boy survives the Holocaust, finds life-transforming faith in the Messiah, and becomes God’s man on the streets of Jerusalem. It is a story you’ll find difficult to lay down. Experience the history of modern Israel from 1948 to the present through the eyes of Zvi, a miracle man in a miracle land.

Be Still My Soul

Be Still My Soul: Embracing God's Purpose & Provision In Suffering
Edited by Nancy Guthrie

We have just received this interesting new book exploring the issue of suffering as a Christian from a respected author.

From the back cover:

"When life becomes difficult- when we face deep disappointment, agonizing loss or ongoing pain - we set out on a search to find answers to significant questions: Why would God allow this to happen? What good could come out of this? What will it look like to trust God?

In this collection of insightful essays and excerpts, classic and contemporary theologians and Bible teachers – ranging from John Calvin, Charles Spurgeon and Dietrich Bonhoeffer to Tim Keller, Joni Eareckson Tada and John Piper – explore Scripture in regard to the causes and purposes of suffering, as well as what it means to trust God in the midst of hardship and pain."

Nancy Guthrie explores the issue of suffering as one who has suffered the loss of two of her children. She has authored six books, including Holding on to Hope and Hearing Jesus Speak into Your Sorrow.

Monday, 19 April 2010

Book of the Week: The Hidden Flame

The Hidden Flame
by Davis Bunn & Janette Oke

Inspiring historical fiction.

In first-century Judea, the followers of the Way have burgeoned into a vibrant, growing community that cannot be ignored. Jerusalem is in turmoil as its religious leaders on one side, and their Roman rulers on the other, conspire to stamp out the fledgling Church. And Abigail, who thought she had finally found home and safety, is caught between the opposing forces.

Two suitors desire the lovely Abigail's hand in marriage. Ezra, a successful Hebrew merchant and widower with important connections among the Sanhedrin, is looking for a mother for his children. The Roman soldier Linux is fascinated by her winsome charm and possibly could offer the sanctuary--maybe even the love--for which she yearns. But her heart has been captured by neither of these. Will her faith and courage survive a heartbreak beyond comprehension as the followers face a gathering storm of persecution they never could have foreseen?

A glimmer of hope beckons Abigail forward.

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Children's Pictures with Text

We have uploaded a catalogue of our exclusive range of exciting children’s pictures with scripture texts, ideal for sunday school prizes. Exclusive to Ards Evangelical Bookshop, they feature a selection of fresh, attractive images with clear gospel texts. The design and bordering will compliment any home. Available in three sizes and three frame colours. All texts are Authorized Version.

You can view the catalogue here:
or right click to save it to your computer.

New Arrivals 15.04.10

New Arrivals - now in stock

We have just taken delivery of some exciting new titles.

The Times of the Gentiles by Norman Mellish, a helpful and illuminating study on the five great prophecies of Daniel.

Life's Greatest Quest: to become more like Christ by Clark Logan, a bibical challenge to Christlikeness. "It is a noble challenge for you and me, requiring the very best of all that is within us. Truly this is life's greatest quest."

On Earth as it is in Heaven by Warren W. Wiersbe, an explanation and application of the elements of the Lord's prayer so you can reach new levels of maturity in your own personal prayer life.

So Why Do I Need a Bible by Clayton Dougan, a fresh guide to getting the best out of Bible study.

Homecoming DVD featuring the Gaither Vocal Band and the Homecoming Friends. The video which started it all, released on dvd for the first time in the UK.

Sunday, 11 April 2010

Book of the Week: Proverbs: A devotional Commentary

Book of the Week:

This latest book by William MacDonald is his last known manuscript, finished shortly prior to his home call on December 25, 2007. Those who knew Mr. MacDonald know that he lived a life that adhered to the wisdom offered in the Proverbs, with many years of experience, and thus a worthy author of a devotional commentary on the lofty subject. This book, a verse by verse commentary, is an excellent title for daily reflection. Each of the 31 chapters has the Biblical text followed by the commentary of William MacDonald, his practical reflection with instruction and guidance. The reader will profit in daily Christian living if the instructions and warnings of Proverbs are heeded. The central verse is Chapter 3 verse 5 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths." Read the book of Proverbs for instruction, guidance and understanding. The reader will profit in daily living if the instructions and warnings are heeded. This book is excellent for your personal study, or could be used as a guide for a group Bible study on each verse. This book is not a “re-hashing” of old writings, rather a completely new manuscript, and the last book in William MacDonald’s legacy of 84 titles.

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Book of the Week - The Scofield Bible

Book of the Week:
The Scofield Bible: Its history and impact on the Evangelical Church
by R. Todd Mangum & Mark S. Sweetnam

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of the Scofield Reference Bible (1909). It is hard to believe in our era of study Bibles for most every demographic group that the Scofield Bible was the first of its kind.

The Scofield Reference Bible was uniquely responsible for popularizing dispensational theology, eventually making dispensationalism the theology assumed by everyday English-speaking Christians for much of the 20th century.

This book, written by American Todd Magnum (author of The Dispensational-Covenantal Rift) and Irish scholar Mark Sweetnam, explores the origins and impact of the Scofield Reference Bible on both sides of the Atlantic. Readable and fair, it provides insight into the approach, intentions, and theology of the Scofield Bible, valuable to both fans and critics of the Scofield Bible. It also provides rare insight into the life story of C. I. Scofield himself, which has become a subject of interest and controversy in recent years.

Thursday, 1 April 2010