Threshold Bible Study is a dynamic, informative and inspiring way to enter into a deeper relationship with God through Scripture. Each of its thirty lesson, theme-based books will help readers explore (through the lectio divina method of reading, study, reflection and prayer) new dimensions of their faith. It will help them discover deeper insights for their lives and help open the doors of their hearts to the risen Christ. Great for personal reflection as well as group study.
Go To Galilee
from the birth of Jesus in a cave in Bethlehem to his burial in a cave outside of Jerusalem, from his hidden life in the hills of Nazareth to his public life along the sea of Galilee, from his Transfiguration on the mount called Tabor to his sermon on the mount in Galilee and his Ascension on the mount of olives. This book is an intuitive and contemplative approach to the scripture, we enter into the mystery of the life of Jesus and find our faith increase. Read this book and get more
the hidden treasure
the spiritual reflection in this book takes up the theme of the life-long quest for the treasure of God's love- a treasure that we stumble across, find, lose, and search for again, a treasure that we must sometimes hide for, if we show it off before we possess it fully, we may endanger and even lose what we thought was ours too soon.
Church History 101 A Concise Overview
Church History 101 A Concise Overview introduces the reader to the basics of Catholic Church history. Author Christopher Bellitto divides the Church's history into four distinct periods ( early, medieval, reformation, and modern).
Yours is the Church
this book provides an urgently needed and eye-opening reminder of the historical witness, cultural greatness, moral leadership, and perennial relevance of the catholic church. Christianity has radically changed the world for the better. in a book that's both thoughtful and entertaining, Mike Aquilina shows how the Gospel really has been the good news in the most practical ways possible. Even the atheist ought to thank...whoever he thanks...for the rise of Christianity.