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  • Best News Ever.

    When was the last time you heard some really amazing news that you couldn’t wait to share? The Gospel of Mark is that kind of good news! This is a life-changing announcement of Jesus and what he has done.

    Best News Ever is a devotional book that takes tweens ages 9-12 on a 100-day journey through Marc’s fast-paced, action-packed story – helping them make sense of confusing passages, showing them how she is linked to their lives, and bringing them face to face with Jesus: the one who changes everything.

    Daily devotion includes

    A passage to read – to go through the entire Gospel of Mark in small pieces.
    A brief explanation – to guide you through the confusing passages and show you what it means to you.
    A question to think about – so you can slow down and think about what you’ve read.
    A prayer to pray – to help you respond to what God has said.
    Written in a concise and engaging style, Best News Ever will help young people from all walks of life read the Bible for themselves, whether they already know a little or a lot about Jesus. It is also ideal for use as a family devotional book.

    8.500 CFA
  • Bible King James, gros caractères couverture souple .

    Bible in large print, without references, with hard vinyl cover. Clear, distinctive text with good leading for clarity and readability.

    Additional content

    Gift presentation page;
    The Dedicatory Epistle;
    Pronunciation list of words and proper names;
    List of Bible Words;
    Daily Bible Reading Plan.

    28.000 CFA
  • Can I really trust the Bible?

    The Bible makes great claims about him. But do these claims hold water?

    Aren’t the stories just legends? Has the information not been corrupted over time? Isn’t the Bible full of errors? And isn’t it culturally outdated?

    In this captivating little book, Barry Cooper explores these questions – and many more – with warmth, wit and integrity.

    It is part of the Questions Christians Ask series: a series of short, simple books designed to help Christians understand what God has said about these questions and many more in the Bible.

    5.500 CFA
  • How Do We Know That Christianity Is Really True?

    Are you curious about God, faith, and the Bible? Do your friends ask you questions about Christianity that you don’t know how to answer? Look no further! Chris Morphew, a Christian studies teacher and school chaplain, has written a fun and easy-to-read book for kids ages 9-13 that examines the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection and explains why we can trust the gospels as historical records. This book is part of the ‘Big Questions’ series, designed to help young readers grow in confident, thoughtful faith. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore the truth of Christianity for yourself. The most important questions such as: How much do we really know about Jesus? When were our sources about Jesus written? How do we know Jesus’ followers didn’t just make it all up? Do Jesus’ biographies match up with the rest of history? Find their answers here and the evidence of the evidence of Jesus’ life on earth.


    MORPHEW Chris

    6.900 CFA
  • James For You.

    What is the difference between genuine faith and counterfeit faith? How can we know for sure that our faith is real? How can we know joy even in trials, and patience even in suffering?

    Jacques is a book full of practical, life-changing help for real life. James For You clarifies its teaching and applies its challenges to the experiences of everyday Christians. Sam Allberry brings his clarity, wisdom and humor to every page.

    You can read this book like a normal book… skim through it as part of your daily Bible reading routine… or use it to help you teach this letter, whether in small groups or in the pulpit .

    10.000 CFA
  • Jonah and the Very Big Fish.

    In this innovative and faithful retelling of a classic Bible story, children ages 2-4 will discover what happened when God told a very grumpy prophet to go to a very bad town. Children will learn that God is good and loving and wants to save people.

    It allows children to acquire interesting language skills. It features bright and fun illustrations by Jennifer Davison.

    6.500 CFA
  • Noah and the Very Big Boat.

    In this innovative and faithful retelling of a classic Bible story, children ages 2-4 will discover what happened when God asked Noah to build a really big ship. Children will learn that God saves his people and always keeps his promises.

    This book allows children to acquire interesting language skills. Jennifer Davison’s illustrations are lively and fun.

    6.500 CFA
  • Philippians For You .

    The book of Philippians is about living with great joy and firm faith, even when circumstances are difficult. Written by Paul from his prison cell, it calls us to rejoice together as we shine gospel hope in a generation that does not know Christ. Dr. Steven Lawson brings to this wonderful letter the fidelity, precision and passion that characterize him.

    10.000 CFA
  • Read This First

    Are you intimidated by the Bible? Do you find it confusing and even a bit boring? Look no further! In ‘The Bible: From Confusion to Confidence’, author Gary Millar shows you that the skills you need to understand and engage with the Bible are within your reach. Written in a warm and approachable style, this book provides you with the tools to read and understand the Bible on your own, helping you move from confusion to confidence. Whether you’re a new believer and don’t know where to start, or you’ve been a Christian for a while but never got into the habit of regularly reading the Bible, this book is perfect for you. As you read the Bible, you will hear God speak, and you will be transformed to be more like Jesus. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding and relationship with God through the most extraordinary book you will ever read. Order your copy of ‘The Bible: From Confusion to Confidence’ today

    MILLAR Gary

  • Septuaginta. Editio altera.

    The definitive reference edition of the Septuagint. Revised by one of the world’s leading scholars of the Septuagint: Prof. Dr. Dr. Robert Hanhart.

    Since its first publication in 1935, Alfred Rahlfs’ Septuagint edition has formed an important basis for Septuagint research worldwide. To ensure that this continues to be the case in the future, Robert Hanhart, internationally renowned Septuagint scholar, has reissued the German Bible Society Reference Edition of Rahlfs’ Septuagint.

    The Greek biblical text and the critical apparatus have been corrected and completed in more than a thousand places. This edition is now considered the new definitive reference edition of the Septuagint.

    The preface contains the explanation of the symbols in English, German, Latin and Greek.

    IMPORTANT: The critical apparatus and the introduction are in German, Latin and English. This book is in Greek. Not in French.

    50.800 CFA
  • Truth for Life vol. 2, 365 Daily Devotions.

    Start with the Gospel every day with this second volume of 365 daily Christ-centered devotions from renowned Bible teacher Alistair Begg.

    Each daily devotional includes:
    – reflections by famous Bible teacher Alistair Begg
    – suggestions for real-life application
    – relevant biblical passages
    – an annual Bible reading plan

    The durable hardback cover, dust jacket and ribbon marker make this a wonderful gift.

    We all need to be reminded of the truth that anchors our lives, excites us, and equips us to live for Christ. Reflecting on a short passage each day, Alistair goes through the scriptures to show us the greatness and grace of God, and to stir our hearts to live as his children. With its clear and faithful presentation and thoughtful application, this book will engage your mind and heart.

    13.500 CFA
  • Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?

    As children grow, they may have big questions about God, life, faith, and the Bible. Especially when their friends start asking them what they believe. One common question is ‘Why does God let bad things happen?’ But have no fear, Chris Morphew, a Christian studies teacher and school chaplain with over a decade of experience answering these big questions from kids, has written a warm, reassuring and fast-paced book to help 9-13 year olds think about this question for themselves. This book, ‘Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?’, is part of the ‘Big Questions’ series that examines what the Bible says to help children understand and grow in confident, thoughtful faith. With vivid stories and illustrations, this book is easy to read for this age group. Don’t let big questions go unanswered, get your copy today!”

    Morphew Chris

    6.900 CFA