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  • Sale! The Plate Spinner (eBook)

    The Plate Spinner


    The seemingly benign issue of time, if not handled wisely, can become malignant. We have only so much time in a day, a week, a month — and soon, all too soon, the years will catch up with us. The best part of our lives hurries past us, and we wonder if it has gone the way of waste and regrets. Could we have invested our time better? As in medical conditions, malignancy is best treated when detected in the early stages.

  • The Real Picture (eBook)


    Christmas is a paradox. Sometimes it can be a stressful or depressing time of year. Yet Christmas should be a time of great joy. It is a reminder that God is truly Immanuel, “God with us.” Christmas reminds us that God stepped into human history to bring us true hope and joy. May this collection of meditations help you refocus on the true meaning of Christmas, and in getting the true picture we find our faith renewed and our mission strengthened.

  • The Rest Race


    Are we made to work or to rest? Do you work to rest or rest to work? Pastor Dev seeks to dislodge us from the world of EVIL-work that we’ve been cursed into, and then invites us into the blessing of the life-giving rhythms of Sabbath rest.

  • Thinking on the Run (eBook)

    Thinking on the Run


    Soo-Inn not only runs the race but also thinks on the run. Here his thoughts are preserved to be explored at leisure. So taste them, savour them, ponder them.

  • Travel Mercies (eBook)

    Travel Mercies


    Only those who suffer deeply and redemptively can walk the canyon floor alongside our depressions and afflictions. So this book provides good company and is a good guide through the disappointments, frustrations, and grief of our mortality. Yet the central message of this honest and indeed transparent book is that by God’s grace, in whatsoever state we’re in, there are lessons to learn that “godliness with contentment is great gain”.

  • Twelve Strands (eBook)

    Twelve Strands


    Twelve Strands pulls together the writing journeys of 12 Asian authors from countries as diverse as South Korea and Pakistan. Some write poetry and songs, while others write children’s books. Some are able to share the deepest pains and highest joys of those whose testimonies they give voice to. All feel an almost compulsive need to write so that the knowledge of the love of Christ can reach the farthest corners of their country, if not the world. They share a calling.

  • Việc Chúa Làm

    Việc Chúa Làm


    Painstakingly compiled by the Hat Muoi team over the course of many years, Việc Chúa Làm 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.

  • Vote for Change (eBook)


    In most mature democracies, the government changes hands from time to time. A change of government doesn’t usher in the apocalypse. In fact, knowing how power tends to corrupt, perhaps political parties should take turns at being the opposition for seasons of humbling and heart searching.

  • Vote! (eBook)


    Some Christians wonder if it really is a Christian duty to vote. After all, there are no explicit directions to vote in the Bible. And aren’t we committed to seeing society changed through seeing individuals changed by the gospel? So why should Christians vote?

  • Waiting: A Necessary Pause in Time


    A book to read while waiting; for those short of time or patience. Forty short devotions on waiting. Four longer expositions if you have more time.

  • Walking With The Risen Christ (eBook)

    Walking With The Risen Christ


    While it is important to structure small-group meetings, it is more important to understand how all these practices relate to the fact that the risen Christ is in the midst of the meeting.

  • Where Human Rights & Biblical Justice Meet: Imago Dei & Integral Mission


    In the quest to speak truth to power, what should be the proper role of Christian counter-culture in the engagement amongst Scripture, human rights, justice, fairness and political systems? Be prepared for an upending of conventional views, an upsetting of traditional values, and an unseating from our comfort zones.

  • Where Spirituality & Justice Meet: Spiritual Formation & Integral Mission


    Originally written as part of the Master of Transformational Development (MTD) program at Eastern College Australia, these authors share their personal experiences of how they wrestled with questions encountered in their missional work, and testify that ones capacity to “do justice and love mercy and walk humbly with God” requires a God-nurtured resilience.

  • Wherever You Go

    Wherever You Go


    Through a friendship over email, Corrie and Keiko agonise, laugh, share, and commiserate over the big and small things in life: What does it mean to have a fulfilled and meaningful life? How can we be faithful to God, especially in difficult circumstances? How do we know whether a bad situation is our cross to bear or something to walk away from?

  • Why am I Attending Vigils? (eBook)


    My purpose in this essay is to clarify my thoughts, to say at least tentatively, why I am attending the candlelight vigils — an illegal act in Malaysia. Why do I deliberately disobey the law? Why do I do it repeatedly? Why do I encourage others to do the same?

  • Women Without Walls


    Jesus calls men and women alike to be ambassadors of God’s kingdom in society. What kind of spiritual journey can strengthen them to rise to this challenge, engage in the public arena and thrive as the strong, significant players in mission that God calls them to be? This is the question that lies at the heart of this book.

  • Workship (eBook)



    In her book, Kara explores the biblical view of work, provides six spiritual disciplines to integrate faith and work, shares practical wisdom on how to make a difference in the workplace, and offers ideas to help churches better equip their congregations to live out their faith at work.

  • Workship 2: How to Flourish at Work


    How does faith at work look like in reality? In this follow-up to Workship 1, Kara Martin shares more practical wisdom on making a difference in the workplace.

  • 三二一 :依主三友行


    3-2-1: Following Jesus in Threes (Chinese Translation).


  • 与同性吸引之友同行 (压伤芦苇 , 你不折断)


    Good News for Bruised Reeds: Walking with Same-Sex Attracted Friends (Chinese).