An inspirational book written especially for devotional times. This book is full of writings pertinent to our time. The author’s purpose is to bring joy and courage to the reader. May be used for personal and family devotions. 213 pages; … Read More
A book written for ministers and deacons to encourage faithfulness in preaching the Word and in church housekeeping. Fifteen chapters cover pulpit manners, proving applicants for baptism, visiting the sick, the deacon’s work, and more. 132 pages; paper; Gospel Publishers.
John Coblentz. A biblical study of the doctrine of nonresistance. This book is divided into three parts: “Old Testament Foundations,” “New Testament Principles,” and “Practical Aspects.” The last section, “Practical Aspects,” is thought-provoking and applies the doctrine of nonresistance to everyday life. A foundational teaching of … Read More
Abridgment by John Horsch; biography by Harold S. Bender. This is a reprint of the 1936 book, written for the 400-year observance of Menno Simons’ conversion from Catholicism. The first half is the biography; excerpts from his writings follow. 112 … Read More
Dietrich Philips. This book is widely known for its doctrinal discussions. Dietrich Philips was a church leader in Holland during the time of Menno Simons, and his writings are instructive and readable. 539 pages; hardcover; Pathway.
Part One is the confession of faith, including the Eighteen Articles of Faith and the Articles of Faith of the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite. Part Two is the ministers’ manual, setting forth the procedures to be followed by … Read More