The Christian Faith: A Quick Guide to Understanding Its Inter-Workings is just that: a quick and concise explanation to what the Christian faith is all about and how it all works.More info →
|Gaze out into the vast, starry sky.
Now gaze inward and see the same thing.
On earth as in the heavens—all of God’s creation is resurrection from desolation—which is the way of our own salvation as well. For we are a part of this greater scheme and can know its sacred Source. We do not stray from Scripture when finding this God-source as the “Kingdom” or “Spirit” within ourselves (Luke 17:21) (1 Corinthians 3:16-17, 6:19) (Genesis. 2:7) (Exodus. 31:3) (Job 32:8). Knowledge from modern psychology and the depths of spiritual teachings reveal how to tap into our sacred God-source through deep meditation and inner prayer. Thusly we can purge away the mental barriers blocking the way to total actualization—and finally finding self-transcendence. It is then we can sing out with Paul—“O death where now is your sting? O grave where now is your victory!”
Conflict within the Church is a discussion on the compatibility of homosexuality within the Christian faith. This book’s target audience is Christendom and its church leaders worldwide.More info →
This book is an eye opener for people that have taken Paul's scriptures out of context thereby, making a new and false salvation message. Paul says; if you teach or believe any other message then what they have taught, then you are still accursed - meaning, you are not saved. This book will set you on a journey to God's kingdom, if, you follow the true salvation message that is delivered to us by the apostles, only then, the door to the kingdom will be opened for you.More info →
Made in the Image of God is a book that provides key concepts for understanding the nature and personhood of God and mankind, while revealing the reality of how we as human beings relate to God physically, emotionally and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. Along the journey there will be discussions on such topics as: The Nature of God, The Nature of Mankind, The Trinity, and Jesus Christ as God and Man, while providing concepts that will help open the door to understanding God’s revelation concerning himself, as revealed through the Scriptures; as one reader commented: “After fifty years of being a Christian and doing lots of Bible study, this book gave me the clearest understanding of the Trinity and their interaction with me.”More info →
Each chapter in Out of Darkness Into The Light identifies some darkness that needs to be overcome. Each chapter offers the light of Jesus and God's word as an antidote to darkness.
Jay Ashbaucher has been a pastor and teacher at a church in the rural town of Glasgow, Montana, for forty-one years. He has a master of divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He was a fifth-step counselor and lecturer in an alcohol and drug treatment center for twenty years, and he also taught community grief classes. Jay enjoys reading, thinking, sports, and hiking. He is happily married, and he has two children and seven grandchildren.More info →
Faith always has an object. What you and I believe in is what we rely on to give us what we need and want. There are two important questions to consider: (1) Is what or whom we believe in, capable of giving us what we need and want? (2) Is what we think we need and want the same as what we truly need? This book defines faith, answers questions about faith, shows how and why faith works, helps us identify weaknesses and strengths of our faith, challenges us to consider God as the ultimate source of faith, and gives insights on how faith enables us to overcome problems we face. Examples include how faith helps one overcome addictions and how faith helps one establish a positive self-identity. The goal of this book is to help readers grow in understanding and practicing genuine faith, thus becoming the person God created us to be.“Our faith is the victory that overcomes the world.” (1 John 5:4 ISV)More info →