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  • Written by Martin Luther in 1529, the Small Catechism provides a brief, clear summary of God’s Word on the essentials of the Christian faith. In question-and-answer format, it explores the Six Chief Parts of Christian Doctrine and includes daily prayers, a table of duties for Christians in their various callings, and a guide for Christians as they prepare to receive Holy Communion. The 2017 edition offers an updated and expanded explanation, tackling issues prevalent in our culture today.

  • This is the hymnal we use at church, but it's also a great devotional resource for home! In addition to hundreds of timeless hymns that are worth memorizing, Lutheran Service Book contains the psalms, the catechism, a collection of prayers, and several prayer services for different times of the day.  It's also available in digital format and soft-bound leather.

  • How do I know what I am supposed to do with my life? This book helps us to understand the many callings we have in life such as worker, family member, citizen, and church member. This book teaches very clearly how God work through each of these vocations.

  • The Hammer of God is the story of a small Lutheran parish in Sweden.  The novel is divided into three time periods, each telling the struggle of that generation.  The first pastor has good intentions of preaching his people to repentance, but doesn't know when to offer forgiveness and grace. The years pass by and a new pastor is assigned. He believes his feelings are important, and is convinced that everyone in the parish must also develop a personal feeling of closeness with God. But then he realizes that it's more important for them to trust God's promises than to trust their feelings. Years later a new pastor comes to the same church, now nearly deserted. He had been trained as an "enlightened thinker" to look at life from a modern point of view. The remaining faithful Christians, however, demonstrate a living trust in Jesus risen from the dead, and he is humbled by their Christ-like mercy. 

  • My son loved this illustrated Bible when he was just starting to read. The artwork is excellent! He learned so many Bible stories at a young age because of this fast-paced book. 

  • This is a classic fantasy novel series by British author and Christian apologist, C.S. Lewis. These are wonderful stories to read to your children. There is much Christian symbolism throughout the series. Aslan, who represents Jesus, is not a tame lion, but he's good.

  • There are a lot of spiritual self-help books out there. This one is different. Instead of putting the focus on ourselves reaching up to heaven, this book focuses our attention on Christ and how He comes near to us. This book has enriched my understanding of prayer, meditation, and spiritual battle.

  • This is one of the best devotional books I've read.  The strength and comfort it offers is much need in these times of anxiety and uncertainty.