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The Gift of the Cross
Brandon Helder

Remember and celebrate Christ’s death and resurrection in this collection of Lenten devotions. The Gift of the Cross guides classrooms and families through the stories leading up to Christ’s death, His sacrifice on the cross, and His resurrection. Whether read during Holy week, or once a week throughout Lent, all can reflect on the truth of God’s Word, wonder at His love, and remember and celebrate the gift of the cross.

Though this book can be read independently, it is intended to be used in conjunction with the Ressurection Block Set available for purchase separately from The wooden Resurrection Block Set offers children a tactile experience and a memorable visual to accompany The Gift of the Cross. With each devotional, a new block is revealed and stacked on top of the others ultimately constructing a wooden cross to be enjoyed years to come.

Paperback: 24 pages
Credo House Publishers


The Adventures of Andrew Dunbar
Eric Ferguson

A story filled with excitement and danger, The Adventures of Andrew Dunbar tells of the journey Andrew makes from a young prince to seasoned king. Andrew, a young prince from one of the five kingdoms on the island, discovers a secret that will transform his life and the destiny of the kingdom he calls home. He discovers an emerald which grants his kingdom protection and him immense physical strength.

Follow Andrew as he battles wild animals, enemy kingdoms, pestilences, and even his own self-doubt. As Andrew grows into the loving King of Dunbar, he is confronted with a horrible event which upends his life and forces him to search for new answers. Can Andrew find the answer he is looking for? Will he be able to unite the five kingdoms before a mysterious invader destroys everything he loves?

The Adventures of Andrew Dunbar is a fictional story for young adults who are looking to be swept away in an exciting tale of fun, forgiveness, and faith.

Paperback: 128 pages
Credo House Publishers


I Am Third
Kinita Schripsema

A journey through parenting and adoption through an interracial, multicultural, and multiethnic lens.


Kinita writes from a perspective rooted in a cross-cultural narrative that spans three countries, multiple culture groups, and over five decades of experience. Using the lens of her interracial marriage, Kinita vulnerably shares lessons learned, failures overcome, dreams realized, and childhood pain redeemed as she and her husband raised their four children in the American context. Their three biological sons and adopted daughter all endorsed this project in the hope that others would be empowered, equipped, and encouraged in their own parenting and adoption narratives.

Paperback: 136 pages
Credo House Publishers


Christ-centered Leadership at Work
James DeVries, Rick Sessoms

In Christ-Centered Leadership at Work, entrepreneur, inventor, and sculptor James DeVries teams up with pastor, former missionary and leadership consultant Rick Sessoms to anchor current and future leaders in the Biblical foundation of proactive and compassionate Christian leadership. Devries and Sessoms equip their readers to demonstrate to others the benefits of following God’s purposes in the secular working world.

Practical, insightful and applicable, Christ-Centered Leadership at Work is an incisive and hands-on guide for the Christian leader who wants to model that leadership to their team, their organization, and to the wider work culture in which they find themselves. DeVries and Sessoms demonstrate the benefits of following God’s principles in a work world that increasingly deviates from those principles.

Paperback: 232 pages
Credo House Publishers


I Remember When
Mary Dykstra

For me, middle school was full of learning new things, hanging out with friends, trying new sports, exploring the great outdoors, having freedom to wander, and being on stage. I also had my fair share of drama off stage, but for the most part, those years were fun, and I loved them. Not only did I learn a lot of new things, I learned a lot about myself and about God.

It is my prayer that the memories in this book will encourage you to try new things, learn new skills, and know deep in your heart that God bends over backwards with love for you!

Paperback: 164 pages
Credo House Publishers


The Honesty of Lamentations
Kelly Vander Woude

In The Honesty of Lamentations the author invites readers to dive into this timeless prophetic-poetic Scripture that is often ignored. After first being invited to read the text, Kelly then gives context, background, and other tidbits of information that can help as you begin engaging with these heart-wrenching laments. Each chapter has Kelly sharing his own struggles, but he closes out each one by inviting you to grapple with your own struggles as they relate to the topic by responding to three questions that guide to deeper personal reflections. Our lives are filled with highs and lows and are often surrounded by darkness. It is during these times that we need to be reminded of the One who came into the darkness for us.

Paperback: 104 pages
Credo House Publishers