Religion

Recently Added

Language

All

English (68)

French (1)

German (0)

Spanish (1)

Italian (0)

 

Release Date

All

Last 7 days (0)

Last 30 days (0)

Current year (0)

 

Catalog Date

All

Last 7 days (53)

Last 30 days (74)

Current year (68)

 

Category

Delete Religion

 

In category

Christianity (37)

Protestant (19)

History of Religions (6)

Religion and Society (5)

Biblical Studies (4)

Islam (3)

Buddhism (3)

Judaism (2)

Faith transmission (1)

 

Publisher

Good Books (45)

Skyhorse (18)

 

Total Loans

All (68)

20 - 40 (68)

40 - 100 (0)

Over 100 (0)

More options

Results : 1 - 50 of 68 Sorted by : 

The Nutcracker

by E. T. A. Hoffman Racehorse (October 30, 2018)

On Christmas Eve, seven-year-old Marie and her eight-year-old brother Fritz anxiously await their Christmas gifts. When their godfather—a clock builder and toymaker—arrives, he unveils an ornate clockwork...


Stewardship for All?

by Bedru Hussein Good Books (March 01, 2007)

An Ethiopian and an American discuss stewardship, an attitude and a practice taught in the Bible regarding all of one's possessions—time, money, and abilities. Does stewardship have a place in our world? If...


Seeking Places of Peace

by Royden Loewen Good Books (September 01, 2012)

          Perhaps the most inclusive, sweeping, and insightful history ever written about the North American Mennonite saga.             Both authors are eminent historians. Royden Loewen...


Amish Houses & Barns

by Stephen Scott Good Books (March 01, 2002)

          A study of three Amish homesteads: one in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, one in Holmes County, Ohio, and one in LaGrange County, Indiana. Scott examines the history and cultural development...


Quiet and Peaceable Life

by John Ruth Good Books (September 01, 1997)

          John L. Ruth, a Mennonite storyteller/historian, captures the spirit of Old Order Mennonite and Amish groups in his essays, along with photographs, poetry, and quotations. If the "plain people"...


Which Way Home?

by Linda Byler Good Books (April 05, 2016)

Born a Native American, but brought up Amish, Hester Zug, at age 20, flees her Amish home. Her father’s too-tender care of her has made her stepmother wildly jealous, and so Hester sets off, knowing only that...


6 Below

by Davin Seay Good Books (September 26, 2017)

In this riveting first-person account, former Olympian and professional hockey player Eric LeMarque tells a harrowing tale of survival—of how, with only a lightweight jacket and thin wool hat, he survived...


The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Older Adults

by Julie Friesen & Wendy Meek Good Books (August 22, 2017)

Exploring Restorative Justice Practices as a Compelling Response to the Challenges of an Aging Population

As our global population ages, conflicts and difficult conversations emerge. How will older adults decide...


Culture of Peace

by Alan Kreider Good Books (November 01, 2005)

          Why is peace such a divisive issue, even among Christians? Why is it so hard to practice right here right now? Why is peace often considered an extra, rather than an essential, to faithful...


Little Book of Biblical Justice

by Chris Marshall Good Books (November 01, 2005)

          "The purpose of this Little Book is to identify some characteristic features of the Bible's teaching on justice.           "The Bible has had a profound impact on the development...


The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Sexual Abuse

by Judah Oudshoorn, Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz & Michelle Jackett Good Books (October 27, 2015)

Restorative justice is gaining acceptance for addressing harm and crime. Interventions have been developed for a wide range of wrongdoing. This book considers the use of restorative justice in response to sexual...


Hester's Hunt for Home Trilogy

by Linda Byler Good Books (July 04, 2017)

In colonial America, a Native American orphan raised among the Amish explores her identity, torn between two cultures and unsure of where she belongs. When she's forced to leave everything behind and forge her...


Sadie's Montana Trilogy

by Linda Byler Good Books (July 12, 2016)

Sadie Miller didn't know what to expect when her family left Ohio for the small Montana Amish settlement—certainly not horse thieves, mysterious men, or her family falling apart. Can Sadie find her place in...


The Best of Amish Cooking

by Phyllis Pellman Good Good Books (October 03, 2017)

Phyllis Pellman Good, a leading expert on Amish cooking, spent years researching the delicious recipes in this collection. From interviews with real Amish grandmothers, digging through recipe boxes, and poring...


Plain Buggies

by Stephen Scott Good Books (October 01, 1998)

          Accessible in style, Plain Buggies presents the most complete work on the transportation modes of the "plain people" published to date. includes details on prices, styles, laws, stories. Why...


Testing Faith and Tradition

by John Lapp Good Books (October 01, 2006)

          The Anabaptist movement had its beginning in scattered places throughout Europe during the 16th century. Today these Anabaptist-descended Mennonite churches are declining in membership, but...


Little Book of Restorative Justice for People in Prison

by Barb Toews Good Books (August 01, 2006)

          Restorative justice, with its emphasis on identifying the justice needs of everyone involved in a crime, is helping restore prisoners' sense of humanity while holding them accountable for...


Puzzles of Amish Life

by Donald Kraybill Good Books (December 01, 1998)

          Revised edition! People's Place Book #10. A sociologist provides a way to understand the Amish people's intentional way of living in a world far different from their own. Fun to read. How...


Lancaster Burning Trilogy

by Linda Byler Good Books (November 03, 2015)

The Amish community of Lancaster is being terrorized by barn fires. David and Malinda Beiler’s barn was the first to go. When a second Amish barn burns for suspicious reasons, the Amish grow more restless....


I Hear the Reaper's Song

by Sara Stambaugh Good Books (January 01, 1984)

Set in a small Mennonite community in Pennsylvania in 1896, this novel depicts the reaction of the "plain people" to various modern encroachments. Publishers Weekly called it, "A beautifully told lesson for...


Home Is Where the Heart Is

by Linda Byler Good Books (May 01, 2018)

Hannah, feisty and independent as ever, has put everything into building up her family’s homestead in North Dakota. Despite tragedy and almost unimaginable hardship due to the Great Depression, unpredictable...


Downstairs the Queen is Knitting

by Dorcas Smucker Good Books (June 01, 2009)

          Downstairs the Queen Is Knitting is Dorcas Smucker's brand new chronicle of family life with six fast-growing up kids. Downstairs the Queen Is Knitting follows Dorcas' two earlier and beloved...


Sunlight Through Dusty Windows

by Dorcas Smucker Good Books (September 05, 2017)

Imagine raising six spirited kids on a grass farm—today. Newspaper columnist Dorcas Smucker and her brood live out their days in full view in this collection of musings—picking blueberries while watching...


What We Believe Together

by Alfred Neufeld, César García & Merle Good Good Books (August 04, 2015)

Today, more than 1.7 million Christians are members of Mennonite-related churches. They are scattered across eighty-three countries. They trace their history to the Anabaptist movement, a part of the sixteenth-century...


Mission and Migration

by John Lapp Good Books (July 01, 2010)

          Mission and Migration is the first comprehensive history to be written by Latin American Mennonite historians about Mennonite church life in Central and South Americas from its beginnings....


Hester Takes Charge

by Linda Byler Good Books (September 06, 2016)

Hester, the startlingly beautiful Native American who was rescued as an infant by an Amish couple, now lives in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She shares a house with Bappie King, another Amish woman, living...


God's Shalom Project

by Bernhard Ott Good Books (February 01, 2005)

     The author sees God as a gracious parent, intent on a restored relationship with humans.  It is that ongoing effort which Ott calls the Shalom Project.     Ott believes that "God wants a Shalom...


Introduction to Russian Mennonites

by Wally Kroeker Good Books (April 01, 2005)

          Mennonites in Russia? Invited by Catherine the Great to farm the Russian steppes -- in exchange for exemption from military service -- Mennonite emigrants from Polish Prussia and The Netherlands...


Hester on the Run

by Linda Byler Good Books (November 03, 2015)

The setting is the beginning of an Amish settlement in colonial America in the forests of eastern Pennsylvania. There, a young Amish couple, Hans and Kate Zug, are in their ninth year of marriage, still waiting...


Hope on the Plains

by Linda Byler Good Books (November 07, 2017)

Hannah, a feisty young Amish woman, lives on her family’s farm in North Dakota. After moving halfway across the country and struggling to land on their feet, Hannah’s family is finally feeling settled. The...


Becky Meets Her Match

by Linda Byler Good Books (October 18, 2016)

Becky Esh has lots of spunk. Never mind that she’s Amish, she regularly confronts authority figures. Her beautiful singing touches those who hear her so deeply that even men cry. In Becky Meets Her Match,...


Meditations for Busy Moms

by Sandra Drescher-Lehman Good Books (March 14, 2017)

You love your kids and you're not a grouch. But you do value order and like some sense of control over your time and your environment. Author Sandra Drescher-Lehman has been a parent long enough to voice the...


Sharing Gifts in the Global Family of Faith

by Pakisha Tshimika Good Books (June 01, 2003)

          As the "center" of Christianity has moved south to Africa, Asia, and Latin America, what gifts can churches in different parts of the world share with each other? Are churches in Europe and...


Anabaptist Songs in African Hearts

by John Lapp Good Books (October 01, 2006)

          When church histories of Africa have been written, they've usually been done by Westerners. These writers have typically been missionaries or relief workers; their analyses and conclusions...


Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups

by Stephen Scott Good Books (January 01, 1996)

          This book tells a story which until now has not been available in such an interesting and comprehensive form. What holds these people together? Why are they growing in number? Where do they...


String Quilts

by Elsie M. Campbell Good Books (February 02, 2016)

Award-winning quilt maker Elsie Campbell loves to take homemade fabric yardage and turn it into stunning, pieced string quilts, whose leftover yardage can then spawn appliquéd “sister” quilts. After selling...


House Calls and Hitching Posts

by Dorcas Hoover Good Books (January 06, 2015)

          Medical technology meets rural values of simplicity, home health remedies, and unwavering faith in divine providence when a country-boy-turned-country-doctor returns to his roots. House Calls...


Best of Amish Cooking

by Phyllis Good Good Books (January 06, 2015)

          Recipes adapted form the kitchens and pantries of Amish cooks. Presented in their historical setting. Beautiful color photos. Delicious, savory recipes. Better Homes and Gardens Books Club....


The Book of Common Prayer

by The Episcopal Church Good Books (November 08, 2016)

This edition is packaged for gifting, and is ideal for Bible study groups, as well as confirmation and graduation gifts. The affordable price and compact size makes it ideal for those who like to have a copy...


Churches Engage Asian Traditions

by John Lapp Good Books (October 01, 2011)

          Churches Engage Asian Traditions is the first comprehensive history of Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches in Asia. From the first Mennonite church in Asia in 1851, to 265,000 Mennonites...


Daily Promises from God

by Susan Jones Good Books (August 01, 2017)

Lighten any dreary day, and start every bright morning off with Daily Promises from God. This special book is a 365-day devotional filled with uplifting scripture to fill each day with a reassuring reminder...


Meditations for New Moms

by Sandra Drescher-Lehman Good Books (April 05, 2016)

How does a new mom face the wonder and the wear that a baby brings? What happens to the woman she was? Is it normal to laugh and cry simultaneously?

Sandra Drescher-Lehman, in her disarmingly forthright way,...


The Plot to Attack Iran

by Dan Kovalik Skyhorse (May 09, 2018)

* “Spectacular!” * –Oliver Stone

The world has a lot of questions about the current state of affairs between the United States and Iran…

  • How has the US undermined democracy in Iran?

  • Is Iran really trying...

  • God's Generals

    by Richard A. Gabriel Skyhorse (January 03, 2017)

    Examines how the military experience of three religious founders shaped their spiritual legacy.

    It is one of the more startling facts of military history that the founders of three of the four “great religions”—Judaism,...


    The Powers

    by Mark W. Erwin Skyhorse (November 06, 2018)

    The Powers is written for people who have a drive to become highly successful in their chosen field of endeavor. Throughout this revised edition, you will meet many who came from ordinary backgrounds to achieve...


    30-Day Meditation Challenge

    by Emma Silverman & Nicole Stumpf Skyhorse (May 01, 2018)

    In Emma Silverman’s newest book, she teams up with her yoga teacher, Nicole Stumpf, to make meditation accessible, interesting, and fun. Exploring meditation traditions from around the world, Silverman and...


    Christmas Lights

    by Christine Pisera Naman Skyhorse (October 03, 2017)

    Christmas is right around the corner . . .

    It’s the most wonderful season of all, and for the women of Christmas Lights, it’s a time of magic, good cheer, and, most of all, family.

    In this collection, we meet...


    Atheist Manifesto

    by Michel Onfray Skyhorse (April 01, 2011)

    This hugely controversial work demonstrates convincingly how the world’s three major monotheistic religions—Christianity, Judaism, and Islam—have attempted to suppress knowledge, science, pleasure, and...


    Wise Thoughts for Every Day

    by Leo Tolstoy & Peter Sekirin Arcade (July 01, 2011)

    During the last years of his life, Leo Tolstoy kept one book invariably on his desk, read and reread it to his family, and recommended it to all his friends: a compendium of wise thoughts gathered over the course...


    The Star Spangled Buddhist

    by Jeffrey Ourvan Skyhorse (June 01, 2013)

    Approximately four million Americans claim to be Buddhist. Moreover, hundreds of thousands of Americans of various faiths read about Buddhism, are interested in its philosophical tenets, or fashionably view...