Category Archives: Ebooks

eBooks: Volumes 1 and 2 of the Texas Baptist Heritage Series

For the last few years, I have been fascinated by the history of Baptists in Texas. Having lived in Texas for 23 years, and having graduated from a Texas high school and two Texas Baptist Bible colleges, I came to … Continue reading

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New eBook on Kindle: “The Hedge Around Job’s Home.”

Written for fathers in particular, this mini-book describes the spiritual hedge that the devil complained about in the beginning of the Book of Job. This spiritual hedge kept Satan out, and God’s blessings in. What was this hedge? Why was … Continue reading

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Our books, eBooks and mini-eBooks (75 pages or less) are now available here at our website. Clicking on the header menu at the top of the page (Books and eBooks) will open a drop-down menu for three different pages of … Continue reading

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Timely Repost: The Devil’s Trophy Room

The devil is the ultimate hunter, and the Christian is his prey. He wants to steal, kill, and destroy. More than that, he wants to use your life to heap shame and reproach on the cause of Christ. He covets … Continue reading

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Hot off the Press! Seven Marks Of A Spiritual Difference Maker

Seven Marks Of A Spiritual Difference Maker: How Ordinary People Can Make An Extraordinary Difference for God. By Dr. James Rasbeary. Drawing from Biblical examples with historical illustrations, this 115-page book is designed to encourage those who truly desire to make … Continue reading

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New Book Available: “THOU ART WITH ME”

Between Mount Calvary, described in Psalm 22, and Mount Zion, as seen in Psalm 24, lies the valley of the Christian life, vividly portrayed in the 23rd Psalm. This study of the most familiar and beloved portion of the Word … Continue reading

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“The Plimsoll Line” (Free eBooklet)

In the mid-1800’s, a number of British ships were lost at sea due to overloading. Because of this, Samuel Plimsoll, a member of the British Parliament, fought for legislation that would change the shipping industry. Since that time, ships all … Continue reading

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