Recent Releases

Fulfilling the King’s Mission
Betty Ivie Nwabineli

Every life should be lived with purpose, mission, vision, and philosophy. And there is no greater supplier of these traits than a life spent in pursuit of God’s missions.

What are you willing to devote your time, effort, spirit, and soul to? Are you willing to learn to develop an awareness of God’s goodness, to celebrate that goodness, to share your testimony of it, and to raise kingdom heirs for the next generations? Are you ready to spend it fulfilling the King’s mission?

While Fulfilling the King’s Mission is primarily addressed to women, it contains secrets and nuggets every reader—male and female, young and old, single and married—can learn from. In this book, Dr. Betty Nwabineli shares how leaning into the King’s mission sets you on a Christ-centered trajectory. She teaches every reader how our mission is not a pursuit of perfection, but for excellence. She gathers personal, philosophical, and biblical examples to help guide the reader to become an:

  • Excellent Homemaker
  • Excellent Wife
  • Excellent Parent
  • Excellent Marketplace Minister

Paperback: 248 pages
Credo House Publishers


Prepare for Persecution
Fred Farrokh

The global church today faces significant challenges, even in lands once renowned for religious freedom. Pastors, leaders, and laypeople must navigate the following questions:

    • How should Christians respond to mandates by governments to close churches or limit attendance?
    • How can believers continue to witness for Christ in this Orwellian age of cancel culture, in which simply stating a biblical position can be deemed “hate speech”?
    • What sources of information are reliable in the face of mounting media dishonesty and anti-Christian propaganda?
    • When should Christians risk going to jail for what they believe?

Like the warning on some airplanes goes, “Your nearest way of escape may be behind you.” Beyond simply pointing a way of escape, Prepare for Persecution: Lessons from Acts guides today’s believers through the example of Jesus’ disciples. The early church overcame persecution again and again in the pages of the Acts of the Apostles—witnessing as they went, in the comfort and power of the Holy Spirit. This book chronicles nine key storylines of Acts. Each chapter concludes with “Applications for the Church Today” and “For Further Discussion,” making the book ideal for group Bible study.

Paperback: 152 pages
Credo House Publishers


Going My Way?
Stephen A. Imbeau

In 2013 Dr. Imbeau joined the Citizen Columnist Corps of the Morning News in Florence, South Carolina. Since then he has written over 150 articles, many of them collected and published here for the first time. Enjoy the best of his travel writing as he adventures from San Francisco to Israel on plane, train, automobile . . . and motorcycle too.

Paperback: 104 pages
Credo House Publishers


Helping People Grow
John Dehnert

Growth is normal, all we have to do is create the right conditions. In Helping People Grow you will learn the five conditions for life-change and how to create them in your most cherished relationships. You will discover that . . .

  1. Safety is the doorway to transformation.
  2. Truth is the raw material of growth.
  3. Vulnerability opens the door to life-change.
  4. Affirming the right messages and refuting the wrong messages removes growth barriers.
  5. Caregiving validates the life-changing conditions.

Paperback: 296 pages
Credo House Publishers


Reframe and Rewire
Michelle L. Steffes

It is irrefutable: science-backed evidence proves if we can create new daily habits that change our thoughts and our words, we can change our lives!,

In Reframe and Rewire, Michelle L. Steffes demonstrates how to make sound, daily choices, take incremental steps, and revolutionize your life utilizing new methods of thinking and living. You’ll read actual case studies and learn:

• How to create new habits and retrain your brain
• Insights on heart science, the science that controls energy, and the law of attraction
• Tools, tips, and insights to build a powerful new routine

Paperback: 184 pages
Credo House Publishers


Loving Your Muslim Neighbor
Timothy and Miriam Harris

Muslim people are coming to America—to big cities and even to smaller towns. They come as immigrants to find a better life. They come as international students for a better education. And they come as refugees attempting to escape life-threatening danger in their home countries.

The question is, how are we going to respond to this large influx of Muslim people who have now become our neighbors?

Paperback: 352 pages
Credo House Publishers