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  • That Man Who Came To Us


    That Man Who Came to Us tells the story of the life of Jesus Christ through traditional Thai art. Featuring black and white line drawings inspired by an art form born in northern and central Thailand, That Man tells the story of Christ as fully God, yet fully human. Artist Sawai Chinnawong employs the regions’ popular distinctive artistic style originally used to depict Buddhist moral principles and other religious themes.

    A meditative and teaching tool, That Man is a simple yet powerful book that communicates Christ in both the Thai and English languages. The book also includes cultural notes and scripture references for further study. By depicting Christ in the context of Thai tradition, That Man proves the many ways Christ is present-and can be found-in every culture. Continue Reading That Man Who Came To Us

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  • Diamonds In The Dust


    Because of its beautiful theology of suffering, if Diamonds in the Dust were the only accomplishment of Joni Eareckson Tada, it would be highly prized by its readers for the unique beatitude of the author’s soul. But when the reader remembers that these remarkably faith-filled devotionals radiated from the soul and heart and mind of a person who, though paralyzed from the shoulders down since 1967, ministers to others going through a period of pain or suffering in their lives, then her thoughts become singularly precious.

    Words inadequately describe the almost supernatural courage of this inspiring Christian woman to glorify God through her sufferings. In Diamonds in the Dust Joni personally affirms that in losing something temporal we can grasp something eternal.

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  • State Of The Arts


    We cannot escape the arts. They permeate our lives and our culture – the decor, architecture, music, entertainment, everyday utensils. The imagination of this age, its ideas and concerns, percolate throughout the culture via the arts. These ideas affect us for good or for evil. The choice is not whether to live with art; we must choose whether to live with good art or bad art. Art – like all things human – needs to be redeemed. Christians cannot abandon the arts to the secular world, but can use them to display God’s glory. This book will help us develop an informed artistic taste, open yet critical, discerning yet appreciative of what is truly excellent. Continue Reading State Of The Arts

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