Recent Releases

Forgive and Forgotten
Donna Kemper

Forgive and Forgotten is a true story of caring for a difficult parent with Alzheimer’s. But there’s more. Throughout this story God turns hurt into forgiveness, pain into love, and shattered relationships into wholeness, helping to answer these questions:• How do we honor parents who are difficult?

• How do we care for someone who never cared for us?

• What happens when we radically trust God enough to forgive?

• What happens when we really trust His promises?

There are books that talk about the sadness of losing a loved one, and others that address the practical aspects of caregiving. This book details a situation that’s not all that unusual but is not often discussed: caring for difficult people. How does God show up in the midst of that? Will we notice when He does? Will we open up our lives to seeing and hearing Him in the uproar of caring for someone you don’t even like?

Paperback: 136 pages
Credo House Publishers


Everyone Can Do Something
Jason Johnson

When it comes to serving the orphaned and vulnerable, this can be the mantra of your church and the foundation of the foster care, adoption, and orphan care ministry you establish — everyone can do something!

Your church has the ability to make a significant difference in the lives of vulnerable children and families. The questions are not “can” you or “should” you, but “how” can you and “what” does that need to look like? That’s what this book is about.

Everyone Can Do Something is a strategic field-guide specifically designed to help your church rally around caring for the orphaned and vulnerable.

Paperback: 104 pages
Credo House Publishers


The Believer’s Guide to Faith
Vern Overall

Was Jesus a phony? Just another prophet out for fame and gain? Did He fake His own death? Or was He the real deal and was crucified then resurrected? This book is written to discuss the facts surrounding what the scholars have found, debated, written, believe, and say about Christianity and some of the best reasons they say we should believe in Jesus and His resurrection. It is a short course and covers the truths about what they have written and know about Jesus; it is the facts concerning Christianity that form the reason for our belief.

Softcover: 222 pages
Credo House Publishers


The Skeptic’s Guide to Doubt
Vern Overall

Scholars say Christian doubt is the lack of certainty surrounding God, Jesus and His teachings, religion in general, miracles, faith, and heaven. At some point, everyone experiences doubt. In The Skeptic’s Guide to Doubt, we will discuss what the scholars say about the difficulty of human doubt and how this affects Christians in particular.

Softcover: 196 pages
Credo House Publishers


Jamie Bennett

No matter what your relationship status, God longs for you to experience an abundant life! Whether you’re single because you’ve never been married, have experienced divorce, or have been widowed, Jesus’ promise of living life to the fullest is for you.

It’s time to get out of the something’s-wrong-with-you-because-you’re-single club! Get ready to be encouraged, refreshed, and equipped to embrace your season of singleness with vibrant hope.

Paperback: 184 pages
Credo House Publishers


Reframing Foster Care
Jason Johnson

Foster parents face a unique set of circumstances and experience a wide array of emotions that few can relate to. Their journey is one of equal parts beauty and brokenness, joy and heartache, excitement and exhaustion. There is no textbook on how to be a foster parent, no formula, no simple three-step guide.

But there is hope—in God’s capacity to bring great beauty out of tragic brokenness. This is the gospel—the lens through which you can filter your foster parenting journey and ultimately find the strength, motivation, and courage you need to be sustained along the way.

ReFraming Foster Care is a collection of reflections on the foster parenting journey designed to help you do just that—find hope—and to remind you that your work is worth it and you are not alone.

This multi-faceted book can be read alone or used as a group support resource.

Every chapter includes:

  • Personal reflection questions
  • Group discussion guides
  • Plan of action exercises
  • Real-life stories
  • Inspirational quotes

Whether your foster parenting journey has just begun or you’ve been on the road for quite some time, we pray this book can encourage, challenge, and inspire you along the way.

Paperback: 264 pages
Credo House Publishers