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  • Spiritual Friendship: Finding Love in the Church as a Celibate Gay Christian


    This book is divided into two parts, one that focuses more on the cultural background, history and theology of friendship and another that focuses more on the actual living out of friendship.

  • Spiritual Mentoring: A Guide for Seeking Giving Direction


    As we seek God together we come to know him more deeply. That's the idea behind Spiritual Mentoring. Spiritual mentoring is an ages-old practice that Keith Anderson and Randy Reese introduce in a way that fits life as we know it today.

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  • Strengthening Democracy in Malaysia (eBook)


    What is democracy? It is more than just elections. It involves the existence of a space which allows for people to freely debate on public issues and government policies as well as present alternative ideas without the fear of repercussions. If the health of a democratic society is dependent on the existence of such a space, how can we ensure a free and vibrant public sphere?

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  • The Bible & the Ballot (eBook)


    How do we relate Christianity to political engagement in Malaysia today? This is the question that we, as part of the community of believers, are trying to answer in this book. It is our conviction that “if Jesus Christ is not Lord of all, He is not Lord at all”. We proclaim the lordship of Jesus over every aspect of life. Therefore, it is important for us to reflect on the relationship between what we confess on Sunday and what is happening in the country every day.

  • The Blessing of Giving


    Using money to advance the Kingdom of God — that is precisely what Tiang Siew has done with his money, and a key way he has done this is by investing in the lives of people. This book is a collection of stories of people who have benefited from Tiang Siew's investment. They illustrate how one person's choices have blessed people who have in turn gone on to bless others.

  • The Brethren Story – 150 years of history in Singapore


    A chronology of the Brethren movement in Singapore since it was founded in 1864.

  • The Complete Book of Everyday Christianity

    The Complete Book of Everyday Christianity


    A lot has happened since the The Complete Book of Everyday Christianity was first published in 1997 by IVP. We felt that for the book to be really useful for the reader today, we had to add a few critical articles, such as Climate Change, Global Financial Crisis, Restorative Justice, Social Media, Shame.

  • The Dao of Healing


    The popularity of Chinese medicine has been growing exponentially. However, amongst Christians, it is still viewed with suspicion and negativity. Are these fears justified? How can we better understand the roots and practices of Chinese medicine? The Dao of Healing takes us on an in-depth exploration of the histories and philosophies that have shaped both Western biomedicine and Chinese medicine in order that we might make informed judgements about them.

  • The Financial Machine


    The Financial Machine presents one integrated system, built upon the firm foundation of God's Word, that will guide you in stewarding your finances.

  • The Gospel, Sociopolity, and Malaysian Society (eBook)


    The word ‘gospel’ or ‘evangel’ is well-known and well-used among Christians. If the gospel is central to Christianity yet understood differently, how then can Malaysian Christians from diverse background relate the gospel to the sociopolitical situation of the country? This essay will explore this question by highlighting a common emphasis of the gospel that all Christians share, and showing how this commonality relates to the present sociopolitical challenges in Malaysia.

  • The Invisible People, Series 1


    Ames Chen’s delightful series, The Invisible People, is a collection of picture books that show children how to relate kindly to the domestic workers, construction workers, and bus drivers in their society.

  • The Invisible People: Series 2 Set


    This product contains all three books in series 2: Ah Gong’s Uniform, Aunty Postman, The Night Shift. Pre-order your copy now to enjoy a discount! All pre-orders will be mailed out on 13 December. The Invisible People series is a tribute to the people who hold very special jobs. Their work makes our world a […]

  • The Journeys Trilogy

    The Journeys Trilogy


    Full of stories and insights gleaned from the author’s personal and spiritual journeys, this trilogy brings together three of David W. F. Wong’s earliest publications: Journey Mercies, Love’s Rough Journeys, and Journeys Beyond the Comfort Zone.

  • The Modern-Day Dad


    The Modern-Day Dad takes an honest and foundational look at fathering in Asian societies. Backed up by research and interspersed with Parcsen's personal stories, you’ll find tips to father effectively, despite the many roles you juggle as a 21st-century dad.

  • The Narrow Road: Turning Neither Left nor Right


    Why not go with the flow? Why not keep on one side to be safe? In The Narrow Road, the author challenges readers to choose the path he describes as a mountain ridge with ravines on both sides. The way is narrow, difficult and perilous, but it leads to life.

  • The Night Shift


    A boy is puzzled by his next-door neighbour. Uncle Lin leaves when everyone goes to bed and returns home when everyone gets ready for school. Where does Uncle go? What could he be doing all night?

  • The Nurturing God: God’s Parenting and Ours (eBook)


    The nurturing of God needs to be understood using both feminine motherhood and masculine fatherhood. They are two sides of one coin.

  • Sale! The Pattern: Discovering God's Design for Marriage (eBook)

    The Pattern: Discovering God’s Design for Marriage


    Readers will find Dev’s writing conversational and accessible. He combines a strong theological framework with a lot of practical help for couples as they begin their marriage. While those preparing for marriage need counsellors, mentors, and models — companions who will walk with them — they also need to base their marriage on God and His truth. The Pattern provides this biblical foundation and does it admirably.