Recent Releases

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


A Light That Guides
Ben Gates

Ben insightfully illustrates and applies passages from the Bible, leaving an indelible image on the reader’s heart. His anecdotes flow from decades of study and college ministry designed to engage emerging leaders for Christ. You won’t want to put it down!

—Dr. Mitch Kruse, author of Restoration Road, Street Smarts from Proverbs, and Wisdom for the Road, and host of the television program and podcast, The Restoration Road with Mitch Kruse

Ben Gates makes the Word come alive! In his devotionals he draws you into the biblical setting and makes it relevant for your life. His wisdom to guide people in their spiritual journeys will lead you to a deeper, richer walk with the Lord.

—Melissa Montana, CEO/President, STAR Educational Media Network, STAR 88.3

Put together Ben’s vast experience in Christian leadership, a solid and vital understanding of Scripture, a devoted heart toward God, and a tender heart toward people, and you have a real, dynamic, and anointed devotional resource.

—Nigel James, Tour Pastor with the Christian Band Third Day, Cardiff, Wales


Paperback: 112 pages
Credo House Publishers


The Circle of Life
Linda Bauters

No one knows what the future has in store, and the road is rarely straight but has many turns, ruts, and zig-zags. The stories relayed in this book provide a glimpse of the challenges that face the person receiving care and the caregiver alike. As a caregiver I have journaled my experiences over many years as an outlet to privately express myself, not with the intention of writing a book.

It is easier to be complacent and accepting when dealing with the suffering of our children, parents, and others; it is harder but vastly more rewarding to embrace the hardship of others, accepting what cannot be changed while giving comfort, dignity, and support whenever possible. Life is not a gift to be taken for granted but an opportunity to strive to make each day count and to positively impact others, whether strangers or the loved ones we are caring for.

Paperback: 104 pages
Credo House Publishers


Steve Siler

Perhaps there is no Scripture more widely beloved than the Twenty-Third Psalm. This 21-day devotional offers new insights and applications for this treasured passage.

In addition to the engaging devotions, Twenty-Three includes:

  • Heartfelt stories from women and men about what the Psalm has meant in their own spiritual journey
  • Three beautiful musical renderings of Psalm 23
  • A recorded reading of the Psalm text

Paperback: 96 pages
Credo House Publishers