ACU Press releases Bible study books


For Immediate Release
Oct. 6, 1999

Many questions about life will be answered in the newest four books ACU Press released.

Equipped for Change by James Thompson discusses the need for change and how to be ready for it in today's church. The book attempts to address the issue of change in a society in which change is ushering in an unprecedented array of challenges and opportunities.

Certain Hope: An Encouraging Word from Hebrews by Gary Holloway has "once again exercised his unique gift for bringing real-life mening and inspiration out of scriptures that can sometimes seem murky and intimidating."

"His encouraging messages from the book of Hebrews turn the ancient good news of God's grace into an exciting modern study for groups or individuals," Charlie Walton, author of When There Are No Words said. Holloway also discusses a society frustrated with the limitations of human existence in the midst of wealth, prestige, sex, knowledge and career in The Main Thing: A New Look at Ecclesiastes .

Larry E. Hall addresses the topic of the importance of determining mission statements for individuals in No Longer I . "Larry Hall is a change-agent who is trying ot remold the church from within - one of us at a time," F. LaGard Smith, compiler of The Narrated Bible said.

All of these books retail for $12.95 except for Equipped for Change which retails for $14.95 and are available at the ACU Campus Store and Abilene Educational Supply. These books are primarily used for adult Bible classes and personal study. Each book includes discussion questions and are available in paperback.

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