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Staff Profile – Jonathan

Staff Profile – Jonathan

Margaret Roberts

Who are you and what do you do?

I’m Jonathan Dunbar and I am responsible for Production and Logistics and I try to help a bit with some sales and marketing projects.

What is your favourite thing about what you do?

Seeing a book project develop and the finished book arrive in the office, and then seeing people buy and appreciate the book.

What is one thing about you that other people think is unusual?

I’ve learned not to ask, but if someone else wants to answer for me I don’t mind.

What are yo

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World Day of Prayer – 1920

World Day of Prayer – 1920

Diana Lynn Severance

The nineteenth century saw, not only a growth in foreign missions, but also a growth in women’s organizations supporting missions. From cent societies to denominational auxiliaries, women collected funds and supported missions both at home and in foreign lands. The women’s boards were especially concerned with evangelization and Christian nurture of women and children. The women encouraged one another in prayer for the various areas of missions. Individual boards often held special days and weeks o

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Staff Profile – Rosanna

Staff Profile – Rosanna

Margaret Roberts

Hello I’m Rosanna. Who are you? I work in the editorial department. My job is to coordinate the publishing of our adult books, from the moment we sign a contract to the day that we send the manuscript off to the printers. I make sure the books are edited, typeset, proofread and ready on time (hopefully). I also play a role in reviewing some of the submissions, and finding people who would be suitable to endorse our books.

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Phil Johnson on ‘Five Half–Truths’

Phil Johnson on ‘Five Half–Truths’

Phil Johnson

John MacArthur once said, “Half–truth? That’s a lie. I’d rather they call it a half–lie. It’s a lie intended to cover up or mislead.” Spurgeon would have agreed. He wrote, “The whole truth is wholesome. But a part of the truth may mislead, and cause us to make as great errors as if we had believed a falsehood. Half the truth is a lie.”

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Model of Good Works – Althea Brown Edmiston, 1874–1937

Model of Good Works – Althea Brown Edmiston, 1874–1937

Diana Lynn Severance

Althea’s parents, Robert and Mary Brown, were born in slavery, though she was born in freedom in 1874 in Alabama. The Browns were industrious and enterprising, raising ten children on a family farm they purchased in Mississippi. Though not having any formal schooling himself, Robert taught his children to read and encouraged their education. Seven of the children, including Althea, went to college. Althea learned many agricultural techniques working on the family farm. When she was ten she began ca

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Is Our Play Godly or Godless?

Is Our Play Godly or Godless?

John Perritt

FOR many, Tom Brady is considered to be one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game of football. He is equally loved and loathed by any who follow the National Football League. Whether or not you are a lover or hater of Brady, his name will inevitably find its way into a discussion on elite quarterbacks.

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God Speaks Navajo – Fay Edgerton, 1889–1968

God Speaks Navajo – Fay Edgerton, 1889–1968

Diana Lynn Severance

Faye Edgerton, born in 1889, was a joyful child with musical talent whose life was carefree until scarlet fever brought her to the door of death. Faye lost her hearing and realized she had been living a purposeless life apart from God. When she recovered and her hearing returned, Faye praised God and determined to live her life for Him. She trained for work as a missionary at Moody Bible Institute and, in 1918, was sent to Korea by the American Presbyterian Mission. She diligently studied Korean

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Idols of a Mother’s Heart – Introduction

Idols of a Mother’s Heart – Introduction

Christina Fox

When my children were little, I invited a small group of moms to meet at my house each week. We read a book together, discussed it, and prayed together. We were all in the same stage of life: early motherhood. Our children were under five years of age and we were knee deep in childcare, exhaustion, and parenting dilemmas. We often felt helpless and insufficient to the task of motherhood. Those weekly meetings kept us grounded and helped us realize we weren’t alone. We prayed with and for each other

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