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If your French-speaking church is closed

The translation was released two weeks after the original eBook—a guide for pastors seeking to lead and grow their churches amid the closure of church buildings in response to COVID-19—was launched on April 3.

David Edgren talks travel, telling stories and changing the world

"We can't all go to every hurting place on the planet. But we can care enough to listen to the stories of those who have."

Peter Roennfeldt talks about the apostles’ vision

With the launch of the third book in his "Following . . ." series, Dr Peter Roennfeldt talks about what he has learnt in writing these books and the growing disciple-making movement in the South Pacific.

Gilbert Valentine on the new Adventist history—and that big J N...

The accomplished writer and Adventist historian opens up about his most recent work and the importance of "revisionist history" to Adventists today.

Signs’ Norwegian book wrestles with God questions

A new book translated from Norwegian and published by Signs Publishing responds to the common atheists' critiques of faith, particularly to questions about what God is like.

Australian scholar finds new German voice

Different language, same mission: Released in 2017, Dr Kayle de Waal's book is "now helping to advance God's kingdom in Europe".

Book launch shares stories of journeying in the footsteps of Jesus

Of Falafels and Following Jesus takes the reader on a journey through the Holy Land.

Where this journey begins

Of Falafels and Following Jesus: A sneak peek at the new book.

Book Review: David’s Triumph

The final book in Dr Brad Watson's trilogy, "David's Triumph" is a beautiful reminder that we can encounter God in a variety of ways.

Book Review: If You Can Eat . . . You Can...

Dr Peter Roennfeldt's latest book offers "a real and refreshing" alternative to the problem—and privilege—of sharing Jesus.
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