Recent Releases

Celebrating Christmas
Amy Boucher Pye, Leo Pye

Grab a hot drink and sink into a cozy chair as a father-daughter duo leads you into the celebration of Christmas through their art and reflections.

Considering not only the story of Mary and Joseph journeying to Bethlehem, where Jesus was born, but also our modern-day expressions of Christmas, they point to God’s light and life during what can be a fraught and exhausting season.

Paperback: 128 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Mission Wise
Jason Johnson, Nicole Wilke

Perhaps you’re wrestling with a mission strategy that doesn’t change much year after year—continuing forward in the way your church has “always done it.” You want to see change, to set a clear and compelling global engagement strategy for your church moving forward, but you

don’t know where to start. You genuinely want to serve vulnerable children, families, and communities around the world with wisdom, excellence, and dignity, but how? It feels overwhelming at times, right?

We want to make it simple. This book curates some of today’s best practices, principles, and people to give you the clarity and confidence you need take your next best step forward in your global missions strategy.

Through a dynamic integration of Scripture and science, you’ll discover what the most current research says about best practices for global engagement in things like short-term mission trips, child sponsorship programs, forming strategic partnerships, family-based care of children and more, you’ll be encouraged by how that scientific research works to affirm what Scripture has already established as true and right about caring for the vulnerable—and you’ll be inspired by new ideas and fresh vision as you to take your next best steps forward in caring for the most vulnerable around the world.

Paperback: 192 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Rescued for a Reason
Larry Van Oosten, Connie Van Oosten, A. L. Rogers

On a quiet Tuesday morning outside a small town in rural Illinois, when most people were just waking up to start their day . . . the unthinkable happened. A man wearing a black mask and holding a loaded gun abducted two regular people from their home. Blindfolded and forced into the trunk of a car, it was a nightmare right out of Hollywood, except this was no movie.

What could two grandparents living out in the country have that a madman would want?

How could this be happening in the same town where they had lived for years?

And how would they ever escape?

Rescued for a Reason recounts the abduction of Connie and Larry Van Oosten and the days of terror, uncertainty, and desperate prayers that preceded their escape. Written like a novel, this true- crime story seeks to answer the hardest question of all: why? Why did these horrific events happen? Is there a reason—a purpose—for all the pain and chaos?

Paperback: 160 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Don’t Let Schooling Get in the Way of Education
Darrow L. Miller

STATE-RUN SCHOOLING IS IN CRISIS. With alarming speed, our public schools have dropped any pretense of religious neutrality. As a result, our children are adrift in a sea of relativism. Many are abandoning Christianity, and those who don’t are left with an enfeebled faith that matters only one day a week. Genuine educational reform will require more than a new curriculum. It will demand an entirely different philosophy of education. Darrow Miller and a group of outside-the box educational revolutionaries will help you re-discover a compellingly biblical approach. Begin your journey of educational rediscovery in the pages of this book.

Paperback: 225 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Wisdom for the Road
Mitch Kruse

Wisdom for the Road is a daily devotional for active marketplace and ministry leaders who need wisdom to discern every encounter. This 365-day journey will restore the listener’s heart at every turn and equip leaders to reflect his wisdom in their personal and professional lives, including the relationships that surround them. Every purchase, task, decision, and relationship rests on unlocking the heart to restoration and receiving the wisdom only God provides through his Word.

Available in leather, audio, and ebook editions.

Paperback: 514 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Visiting
Stephen A. Imbeau, Robert A. Norris

Pastor Bob Norris is a physician of souls, combining great gifts with great humility. And Stephen Imbeau captures this rare combination in this book about the lost art of visiting–connecting with and serving the poor in spirit and the those with physical and other afflictions. This book can guide any church’s pastors, elders, and deacons to take action, to go visiting. It can also serve as an instruction book on visiting: how to do it and how to approach it.

Paperback: 104 pages
Credo House Publishers

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