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  • What's Next

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    Find fulfillment and freedom in your career and ministry as you discover God's will for your life.  

    Scripture has outlined everything we need for guidance, direction, and a peace-filled life. What’s Next points you to God's Word to help you move forward when life seems like it's standing still.  

    Daniel Ryan Day found this to be true as he struggled to find God's call on his life. Day had expected that “dream job” and “God’s call” would be the same. But what he discovered when he searched Scripture set him free from frustration so he could confidently step forward in God’s will.  

    Sometimes while we wait for clear-cut advice from the Almighty, we miss what He's already directed us to do. Learn from Day's experience and see how God's directives can give you a life that sets you free.  

    What’s Next includes discussion questions to help you process what you’ve learned through Scripture and guide you toward your next steps.

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  • Fearfully and Wonderfully

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    Fearfully and Wonderfully features timeless reflections on the body, a unique and intentionally crafted reflection of God. Bestselling author Phillip Yancey expresses the beauty of human creation as a window into the very structure of God’s creation and a testament to God’s glory. Discover here the eternal truths revealed by our seemingly ordinary existence.

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  • When We Pray Like Jesus

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    You can be totally honest with God. He wants to know exactly how you feel. When We Pray Like Jesus will help you express your deepest emotions to God and have confidence in His will for your life. You’ll explore Jesus’s prayer in the garden of Gethsemane and see His ultimate example of intimacy with the Father. Learn how to trust God the same way Jesus did when He said, "Not my will, but yours be done" (Luke 22:42).
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  • In Pursuit of Peter the Apostle (DVD)

    How did Peter transform from an uneducated fisherman into one of the most celebrated and beloved Jesus-followers in history? New Testament scholar Con Campbell explores the places where Peter lived and traveled—including the Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, and Rome. Con's inquisitive mind and adventurous spirit create an engaging travelogue-style program that both entertains and enlightens. After watching this seven-part series, viewers will better understand how Jesus slowly transformed Peter's outlook from worldly cowardice to otherworldly glory.
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  • Along the Road (DVD)

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    Download your free PDF study-guide for Along the Road here.

    While walking the roads of the Holy Land, Jesus often taught His followers lessons that would come down to us through God’s Word. But, from our perspective—in our very different time and place—many of the Lord’s allusions to the surrounding landscape have been lost. In Along the Road, John Beck highlights how the land provided talking points, how Jewish teachers used the hills and valleys as a lesson plan. Beck takes you through the life and ministry of Christ in a 7-part program that starts with the birth of Christ in a Bethlehem stable.

    Follow Beck through the Holy Land as he shares details which will enhance your own spiritual journey. The program includes:
    1. Birth of Jesus in Bethlehem
    2. Temptation in the wilderness
    3. Raising a young man from the dead at Nain
    4. Feeding 4,000 in the Decapolis
    5. Defeat of pagan land claims at Caesarea Philippi/Dan
    6. Call for coronation Mount of Olives/Gihon Spring
    7. Great Commission on Mount Arbel
    Accept Jesus’s invitation to “Come follow me” (Matthew 4:19), and learn from Him as we walk along the road.

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  • Along the Road (paperback)

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    Throughout the centuries, the Bible has been explored in countless ways, from chronological to thematic, approaches designed to make study efficient and effective. But the Bible wasn’t written in a vacuum. In Along the Road, John Beck intertwines the timeless stories and truths of the Bible with the geography that links many of them together. Beck shows how physical aspects of the land enhance our understanding of Jesus’s life and ministry, giving you new insights into familiar Bible accounts.
    John Beck takes the weighty concepts of Biblical geography and brings them to a level that everyone can understand—even if you’re not a geography buff. The features of the countryside where Jesus lived and worked were often integral to the parables and miracles related in the Gospels. Divorcing the Bible text from the ground where it arose removes much of its insight, so Beck describes in rich detail the landscape of the Holy Land where Jesus shared the gospel and performed miracles. Tying together the culture, geography, and history of each locale brings fresh insight to familiar Bible stories.

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  • The Broken Way (Hardcover)

    by Ann Voskamp
    New York Times bestselling author Ann Voskamp sits at the edge of her life and all of her own unspoken brokenness and asks: What do you do if you really want to know abundant wholeness? This is the question behind every single moment of our lives—and The Broken Way is Ann’s search for answers that come in the most unexpected ways.

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  • In Pursuit of Paul the Apostle (DVD)

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    Apart from Jesus, no one had a greater influence in founding Christianity than the apostle Paul. Journey with host Con Campbell as he uncovers Paul’s remarkable life and his voyages from Jerusalem across the Mediterranean world to Rome, where he was martyred.

    Con Campbell, PhD, is a New Testament scholar, musician, seminary professor, and author of Paul and Union with Christ. His curiosity to know Paul better led him to explore Paul’s life, from his radical transformation to his missionary journeys to his martyrdom in Rome. Each of the seven parts of this series is approximately 22 minutes in length and highlights an aspect of Paul’s life. Bonus features include Con’s faith journey and expanded explanations of Paul’s letters.
     
    Part 1 – Transformed
    Before the apostle Paul was a friend of the faith, he was an enemy. From birth to rebirth, Campbell explores the radical transformation that left Paul fully committed to Jesus as Christ, Lord, God, and Saviour.  
     
    Part 2 – Called
    Investigate Paul’s three “silent years” after his conversion that took place in Arabia (Jordan) where he became prepared for his mission.
     
    Part 3 – Mission to the World
    Trace Paul’s first missionary journey from the island of Cyprus to what is modern-day Turkey, and understand his challenge of telling the story of Jesus to a Gentile, Roman culture.
     
    Part 4 – Wisdom of the Cross
    Embark on Paul’s second missionary journey to a new continent and to Athens—the heart of Greco-Roman thought and wisdom—where he reasoned with his listeners and presented the wisdom of the cross.
     
    Part 5 – Christ Above All
    Paul’s third and final missionary journey includes Ephesus, one of the most prominent idol- worshiping cities of the Roman Empire, and ends in Jerusalem.
     
    Part 6 – Secure in the Storm
    Campbell follows Paul’s last years from arrest and trial in Israel to his shipwreck on the island of Malta to Rome where he was imprisoned.
     
    Part 7 – Finishing the Race
    Paul’s journey nears its conclusion as he writes more letters under house arrest and eventually is martyred. His life can be summarized by some of his last words: “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 
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  • In Pursuit of Peter the Apostle with In Pursuit of Paul (2-DVD Set)

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    Explore the lives of Paul and Peter like never before with these travelogue-style documentaries. Con Campbell is a New Testament scholar whose curiosity about these apostles of Jesus led him to retrace their life stories. You'll travel with Con to Jerusalem, to Rome, and throughout the Mediterranean region, experiencing the sights and sounds of modern-day places while uncovering the history of these influential men.

    In Pursuit of Paul is a seven-part series that captures the great apostle's personality and passion for the gospel.
    Part 1: Transformed
    Before the apostle Paul was a friend of the faith, he was a passionate enemy. From Paul’s birth to rebirth, Campbell explores the radical transformation that left him fully committed to Jesus as Christ, Lord, God, and Savior.
    Part 2: Called
    Investigate Paul’s three “silent years” after conversion, when in Arabia (Jordan) he prepared for his mission.
    Part 3: Mission to the World
    Trace Paul’s first missionary journey from the island of Cyprus to what is modern-day Turkey, and understand his challenge of telling the story of Jesus to a Gentile, Roman culture.
    Part 4: Wisdom of the Cross
    Embark on Paul’s second missionary journey to a new continent and specifically to Athens—the heart of Greco-Roman thought and wisdom—where he reasoned with his listeners to present the wisdom of the cross.
    Part 5: Christ above All
    Paul’s third and final missionary journey includes Ephesus, one of the most prominent idol- worshiping cities of the Roman Empire, and ends in Jerusalem.
    Part 6: Secure in the Storm
    Campbell follows Paul’s last years, from his arrest and trial in Israel to his shipwreck on the island of Malta, and ultimately his imprisonment in Rome.
    Part 7: Finishing the Race
    Paul's journey nears its conclusion as he writes letters under house arrest, anticipating his martyrdom. His life can be summarized by some of his last words: “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”

    In Pursuit of Peter is a six-part series that visits the places Peter lived and traveled, exploring how Jesus slowly transformed this uneducated fisherman's life.
    Part 1: The Man and the Sea
    A fisherman from the Sea of Galilee has his world disrupted when he meets Jesus. Immediately Jesus changes the man’s name from Simon to Peter, meaning “Rock.” But Peter doesn’t understand why. The answer would be revealed over the next few years.
    Part 2: Who Is This Man?
    As a disciple, Peter had a front row seat to Jesus’s teaching and miracles. They altered Peter’s paradigm of who Jesus is and the kingdom He came to build.
    Part 3: Hope of Messiah
    Knowing Jesus is the Messiah, Peter anticipates a Jewish kingdom and the conquest of Roman occupiers. But when Jesus is arrested, Peter panics: he denies knowing the Lord. Flooded with grief, his hope is renewed when Jesus restores him.
    Part 4: Hope for the Nations
    After Jesus departs for heaven and the Spirit arrives to indwell all who believe in Him, Peter’s rocklike boldness emerges. Three thousand people from around the Roman world respond in faith, and Peter becomes the foundational leader of the new “Jesus movement.”
    Part 5: New Horizons
    After Peter leads the church in Jerusalem for a decade, his role changes. As an eyewitness to Jesus’s life, he moves across the Mediterranean world reminding troubled followers that this world is not their home.
    Part 6: Veneration
    Peter’s final destination is Rome, the center of world influence. From there he writes his last words—words to live by and words to die by. Crucified by Emperor Nero, Peter leaves an incalculable contribution to the Christian faith.

    Constantine R. Campbell (PhD, Macquarie University) is professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He is the author of several books, including the award-winning Paul and Union with Christ.

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  • Land without Borders: How God Guides You through the Wilderness (DVD)

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    “Wilderness is not just an ecosystem—it’s a season of life.” John Beck

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    We may be familiar with the people and stories of Scripture. But have we considered how the geography of the Bible factors into those accounts? John Beck has. He loves Scripture, and he loves how geography brings Bible reading to life. Once you understand the correlation of geography to story, he says, “You will read your Bible in a way that you’ve never read it before.”
    In Land without Borders, John takes a small group hiking through the wilderness of the Holy Land to help them grasp how barren it is. Join John in this six-part adventure and see how the landscape plays into your spiritual experience. You’ll understand how biblical authors incorporated the elements of wilderness into their stories and learn to trust God within your own spiritual wilderness.
    Experience wilderness in a whole new way as you hike the Holy Land with John and his friends. You’ll see how God uses these “wilderness times” in our lives to humble us, test us, and teach us. In such times, we understand who God is and how we belong to Him.
    Part 1: John defines the seven qualities of a physical wilderness, from how vast and rugged it is to the fact that it has no borders.
    Part 2: Having explained what physical wilderness is, John demonstrates how God uses spiritual wilderness in our lives as seasons for growth.
    Part 3: John shows how wilderness can increase our faith witness through the example of David, seeking refuge from Saul in a wilderness oasis.
    Part 4: Using a shepherd and his flock as examples, John shows how sheep trust their leader to meet all their needs, even in a barren land.
    Part 5: Focusing on the Matthew 4 account of Jesus’s temptation after fasting for forty days and forty nights, John explains how we are forgiven because Jesus lived the perfect life in our place.
    Part 6: John takes the familiar story of the good Samaritan, describing how to love your neighbor, to a new level of understanding.


    Dr. John Beck is a scholar, educator, and writer with extensive experience in biblical geography. He has a PhD in theology and Old Testament from Trinity International University and is an adjunct faculty member at Jerusalem University College in Israel.

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  • Seeing the Heart of Christ: How Jesus Cares for Hurting People

    And a leper came to Jesus . . . (Mark 1:40).
    The man was desperate. Leprosy had ravaged his body, and isolation had destroyed his self-worth. The one thing he had was a measure of faith that Jesus could make him clean. Surrounding people gave the leper plenty of space as he inched his way to the Healer, and Jesus had compassion on the man—healing his body and spirit with a touch and a few words.
    The leper was just one of society’s outcasts, deeply hurting people that Jesus loved through His actions. The Gospels give us story after story of Jesus’s dealings with people whose needs were so great their outlook seemed hopeless. But Christ offered them hope and healing, and forgiveness for their wounded souls.
    Each of the twelve chapters in this book features a Bible story in which Jesus reached out in compassion and offered exactly what an individual needed: caring, acceptance, understanding, love. Seeing the Heart of Christ provides a rich view of our Savior’s kindness, and our great need for Him. In response to His example of compassion and mercy, you can’t help but be motivated to love and care for others.

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