Grief and Death
Book by Ligon Duncan
“Most people, even Christians, live in a state of semi-denial about death. We hesitate to say a dearly loved relative or friend died. We prefer to say she passed away or she went to be with the Lord. Even unbelievers … Learn More
Book by C.S. Lewis
The death of C.S. Lewis’ wife, Joy Gresham, not long after the two were married provoked a struggle with profound doubts and the problem of evil. This book is Lewis’ reflection on this dark period. It deals honestly with the … Learn More
Teaching Series by R.C. Sproul
In Surprised by Suffering, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses the most difficult struggle in human experience: the problem of pain. He demonstrates that God is involved in our suffering and does not leave or forsake us. Even in times of great … Learn MoreCD This item has sold out.
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Book by Joni Eareckson Tada
Suffering is the vocation of every man, and it is important for us to know how and why the Lord uses tragedy to mature us as Christians. This book examines God’s call for His people to suffer faithfully, reminding us … Learn More
Book by David Murray
Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting … Learn MorePaperback This item has sold out.
Book by Nancy Guthrie
For many modern-day Christians, death has become what J. I. Packer terms “the great unmentionable.” This attitude denies not only the reality of the human condition, but also the reality of God’s promises for believers beyond this life. The church … Learn More
Book by John Piper
How are we as Christians called to respond when cancer invades our lives, whether our own bodies or those of our friends and family? On the eve of his own cancer surgery, John Piper writes about cancer as an opportunity … Learn More
Book by George Swinnock
The Puritans frequently talked about dying well. That is something we do not discuss much these days, though we should. In this book, George Swinnock presents modern readers with valuable food for thought as he expounds Psalm 73:26, “My flesh … Learn More
Tabletalk by Various
Death and disease affect everyone, even Christians. The October 2011 issue of Tabletalk explores the nature of death and disease from a biblical perspective, providing hope to those who trust in Jesus and encouraging believers to view these heinous effects of sin in … Learn More
Book by Randy Alcorn
What will heaven be like? Randy Alcorn presents a thoroughly biblical answer, based on years of careful study, presented in an engaging, reader-friendly style. His conclusions will surprise readers and stretch their thinking about this important subject. Heaven will inspire readers to … Learn More
Book by Michael Rogers
Exploring the wonders of heaven while taking an honest look at the realities of hell, pastor Michael Allen Rogers provides us with a clear and accessible summary of all things related to the afterlife. This book is an invaluable resource … Learn MorePaperback This item has sold out.
Teaching Series by Elisabeth Elliot
In this series, Elisabeth Elliot describes how it is often through the deepest suffering that God teaches us the deepest lessons. As we trust Him through our trials, we come to a greater assurance of His love and sovereignty—even as … Learn More
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Book by Derek Thomas
Why a book about heaven? For all the skepticism that abounds in our time, people still want to know what happens after death. Do you know with any certainty where your conscious, thinking, self–aware, communicative self will be? And does … Learn MoreHardcover This item has sold out.