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I Wish For You$14.99Add to cart
Ideal for gift giving, this charming and colorful gift book inspires readers and gives them the words to express their heartfelt hopes and well wishes for their loved ones.
What do you wish for your friends and family? Greater joy? Fearless freedom to be who they are? Strength to persevere? Wisdom for that crucial next step in life?
Whatever you’re longing to say, I Wish for You contains uplifting affirmations that celebrate the best that life has to offer. Its universal themes of chasing your dreams, following your heart, and facing challenges with courage and conviction apply to a wide variety of special occasions, including graduations, baby showers, weddings, and general encouragement during tough times.
When you’re wanting to send more than just a card, give this beautifully written and illustrated gift book to brighten the day of someone you love.
My Very First Christmas$12.99Add to cart
Stimulate baby’s senses and fill the heart with God’s love
This charming cloth book shares the story of baby Jesus in the perfect way for every baby’s Christmas. Fun, soft, and perfect for tiny hands, the soft-and-cozy Bible story is all about the love of God.
Bright, expressive illustrations will capture the attention of babies and toddlers. And the cloth construction is great for touching, squeezing, and even biting . . . with story time play time. The squishy fabric book features crinkle cloth front and back for sensory development and lots of baby fun.
Spirits In Bondage$25.99Add to cart
A rare glimpse of a young C. S. Lewis.
Spirits in Bondage reveals the earliest published thoughts of C. S. Lewis. However, we find an unfamiliar Lewis–not the mature Christian but the young atheist cynic, who fought in the harrowing Great War. In these poems Lewis dreads the dangerous world that keeps us from living meaningful lives.
Introduced by Karen Swallow Prior, this beautiful print edition of Spirits in Bondage will nuance our understanding of C. S. Lewis.
Between You And Me$12.99Add to cart
Within these pages of poetry, readers are given a unique glimpse into the covenant bond between Abba Father and beloved child, an intimate relationship developed over years of joys and sorrows. These words will bring comfort, encouragement and inspiration to all.
God The Poet$18.99Add to cart
1. God And Poetry
2. Dante And The Divine Rescue
3. Milton And The Ways Of God
Excursus: Milton And The Devil
4. Cowper And The Task
5. Wordsworth And The Philosophical Poem
6. A Modern Poet And The Way Home
Epilogue: Memory, Imagination, And God In Nature
In readable and non-scholarly fashion, Niehaus, who is both a theologian and poet, provides a theological and literary analysis of the epic poems of Dante (Divine Comedy), Milton (Paradise Lost), Cowper (The Task), and Wordsworth. Niehaus also of presents the theological roots of great poetry and how it illumines our understanding of important topics such as creation, sin, hell, devil, beauty, truth, redemption, and God supremely manifested in Christ. “I hope and believe,” writes the author, “that my observations (and the observations of others whom I endorse) on the work of poetic imagination as part of the imago Dei equally well to any sort of poetry (and for that matter any art).”