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  • Leadership (Primer)

    Leadership (Primer)


    If leadership is more function than office, a number of liberating consequences follow. Taking a leaf from Nehemiah, this primer shares the eight key functions that can be seen from Nehemiah’s style of exercising leadership.

  • Making Sense (eBook)

    Making Sense


    Making Sense…is a collection of essays that struggles to apply a Christian mindset to the realities of daily life. They stem from the conviction that if God is real, then He and His Word must be relevant to the struggles that we face in the world.

  • Men for Christ

    Men for Christ


    Men for Christ: Living Out Our Faith is a compilation of dynamic talks for men, featuring 21 distinguished speakers like Bishop Robert Solomon, Rev Tan Soo-Inn, and Rev David Wong among others. The speakers skilfully address crucial topics like male spirituality, godly fatherhood, overcoming marketplace challenges, navigating significant life transitions and finishing well.

  • Men for Christ Volume 2


    Men for Christ: Living Out Our Faith Vol. II is a bold response to the crisis of masculinity in the church. This second volume features 22 more men who passionately address the issues that often hinder men from rising into their God-given destinies. It offers accessible introductions into challenging topics like sexual purity, anger management, effective marketplace ministry and evangelism, and retiring well.

  • More Precious Than Jewels


    A companion to Cathy Houba's course "More Precious than Jewels" that helps women to examine their roles and relationships at different stages of life and to grow in the Fruit of the Spirit.

  • Naming Names (eBook)


    Naming the powers is not an exercise in generality. And if the appropriate action following the act of naming is to cast a vote, then ipso facto political naming cannot be separated from electoral endorsement. But if a preacher should advise his flock on whom to vote for, would this mean that the Church has sold out to political partisanship?

  • Out of the Dark Night (eBook)

    Out of the Dark Night


    Painstakingly compiled by the Hat Muoi team over the course of many years, Out of the Dark Night is the result of the belief that there are many precious lessons to be learnt in adversity. And the great news is that each of us has equal access to the Source of help and healing.

  • Pen & Paper: Creative Conversations


    Contemplations on Christian spirituality through the lenses of poetry and art, inspired by Scripture and sculpted by life experiences. Kenny Tan and Wendy Wong invite you to join the conversation and encounter our Creator God.

  • Power and Governance (eBook)


    Power is in a constant flux and power shifts like the ebbs and flow of the tide. This is amply demonstrated in the ‘political tsunami’ of 2008 in Malaysia. This flux is in no small measure determined by the ethical performance of the ruling government of the day. The rise and fall of any ruling power depends largely on the manner of its governance in which the use/misuse of power is of quintessential determinant factor.

  • Practical Parenting: A Guide for Busy Asian Mums and Dads


    Parenting is meant to be a lovely journey but due to our strong belief systems in a fast-paced Asian society, parents often feel pressured and are in despair on how best to bring up their children. This is a practical guide book, offering sound advice and direction to help strengthen your family.

  • Prayer & Political Consideration (eBook)


    If prayer life is central to our faith, then it is important to understand how we can relate the act of praying to our political engagement. How do we pray when we face complex political difficulties?

  • Recovering the Unspeakable (eBook)


    Probably due to concern about the sensitivities of Muslim listeners, Christians in Malaysia—and the rest of the world—are reluctant to speak in public about Jewish and Christian exilic consciousness. We are reluctant to speak about a consciousness which is rooted in Scripture and expressed powerfully through Christian martyrs. I believe this is unwise, for the result of this reluctance is a veiling of what Christians are prepared to die for.

  • Rings on Fire (eBook)

    Rings on Fire


    Rings on Fire shines a bright light on a seemingly gloomy world. This is a no-holds-barred account of how one marriage went to the edge of the abyss, yet clawed its way back to wholeness again. All because of the power of Divine intervention.

  • Rollercoastering with God


    A no-holds-barred look at the journey of a sufferer of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). The grace of God saw her surviving several near-death episodes and even gave her the ability to “smile through the storm”. How does anyone cope with an indefinite stay on death row? Walk with De De and find out...

  • Sabbath for Pastors


    Sabbath for Pastors has much to say about our maddening, busy lifestyle — that we may truly understand what life and pastoral ministry is all about. Sabbath is a gift of life given to us, so that we may find our rest and renewal in God. Let Sabbath for Pastors show you how to discover in Him a wellspring of joy and delight.

  • Serving God's Community

    Serving God’s Community


    A Festschrift presented to Dr Gasque on the occasion of his 75th birthday, to honor him for his contribution to the cause of Christ, and with the hope that the things he has been committed to—biblical scholarship, leadership development, and the equipping of the laity—will continue to receive fresh exposure and momentum.

  • Silence: A necessary pause in noise


    A book to help readers find a pause in noise, a time for silence, and a word from God who speaks to all who will be quiet enough to listen.

  • Simple Beginnings


    Our lives are what we make of it, and I have made the most of mine. I hope this book will inspire you to live your life to the fullest. Let your story be one that will be worthy to be told to those who come after you.

  • Solitude


    A book to accompany you as you retreat to solitude and as you return to community.

  • Spiritual Friendship (Primer)

    Spiritual Friendship (Primer)


    Friends are to be valued for their own sakes, We value our friends for who they are and not for what we can get out of them. But it is precisely because we love our friends that we want them to be their best, to be all they were meant to be in Christ. And they desire the same for us. And because we walk a similar path, we help one another as we journey along. That is why we make space in our lives for our friends. That is why we meet up with them regularly.