Recent Releases

Let’s Talk!
Todd Pheifer

Conversation around complex topics can be difficult, particularly for the church. Division is not a new problem for congregations across the world. Addressing certain taboo subjects in today’s world can cause people to experience both fear and avoidance.

For the church, it does not have to be that way. Despite the many challenges to conversation, unity through dialogue is always possible. Unity as a church is not only an exciting prospect for effective ministry, it is a biblical mandate.

Let’s Talk! is an upbeat call for people to gather, ask questions, actively listen, and talk through issues to reach greater understanding and a path forward. The book provides both analysis of conversational hurdles and practical guidelines for fostering productive discussion. Written in an accessible, conversational tone, Let’s Talk! is a helpful guide for individuals and a developmental resource for small groups who will be guided by the end-of-chapter discussion questions.

Paperback: 216 pages
Credo House Publishers


We Before Me
Michael Gilpin

Getting the best out of your team is not something you can check off your to-do list and forget about. Building a great culture that produces results that go beyond the sum of a team’s parts takes constant vigilance. There will be wins and failures along the way,
but a team’s intentional pursuit of excellence and mutual respect is what keeps the dream alive and well.

Join Michael Gilpin on some of the journeys his team has been through that have helped them live out these realities. In the process of building this culture, they’ve found purpose and motivation that has moved them well beyond just showing up for a job every day. The stories in We Before Me can transform a team’s perspective, reform a team’s culture, and become a lifestyle. And the results can become downright special.

Paperback: 144 pages
Credo House Publishers


Wave by Wave
Cheryl Steele Tinsley

On July 3, 1980, Cheryl Steele Tinsley and three of her friends were caught in a deadly “freak storm” on Lake Huron that meteorologists say only appear once every ten to twelve years. Only when the conditions are just right.

This story is filled with gripping details about how our lives are changed when we are faced with our mortality—how God speaks to us when we encounter the reality of death.

Read Wave by Wave and discover how God might deliver you from the storm you’re facing.

Paperback: 176 pages
Credo House Publishers


Pat Nemmers

God loves humility. We all know that. But what He really loves is ongoing humility. This book can help upcoming Christian leaders of all kinds to acknowledge their failures and experience the joy of ongoing humility that accompanies such a life.

The chapters in this book are truth-filled and autobiographical. I’m 64, not 34. They tell my stories, but I am not the hero of them. My hope is that you will agree this book will both greatly challenge this generation of Christian leaders and give them hope for their future—regardless of past failures.

Paperback: 176 pages
Credo House Publishers


A Differrent Kind of Sky
Jeff Ostrander

Mike is a dangerous man living a dangerous life. He flies low and fast, dodging trees and wires. He fights for those he loves and aches for those he has lost. He longs for the one woman who quiets his restless soul.

How does love change us? How do we survive crushing disasters? How do we make sense of ourselves and the world around us?

A Different Kind of Sky is a story of loss and restoration—a story of one man’s search for meaning in this deadly and beautiful world.

JEFF OSTRANDER is a writer, an ATP-rated pilot, and a crop duster.

Paperback: 406 pages
Credo House Publishers


Still with God
Sue McCormack

Do you have a hard time turning off distractions? Do you get so overwhelmed with the world, social media, and your schedule that there’s not enough time in the day to be still for a second, let alone to be still with God? That is when we need to stop, breathe in God’s peace, and breathe out the chaos that every day can bring.

Still with God is about doing that very thing—being still, quiet, and present with God so we can hear Him. I hope you take time to be still with God weekly and see how it transforms your relationship with Him! I pray that reading these devotions will bless you as much as they blessed me as I wrote them.

Paperback: 112 pages
Credo House Publishers