PCPC Bookstore Update: February 2018
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Dear PCPC Bookstore Insider,

In addition to new books, there is much excitement over our future NEW SPACE! Beginning this Sunday you can find a display in the main hallway depicting the new build for our church. The Bookstore will move up to the main floor. Around the corner you’ll find the Adult Library. The Children’s Library will make its home in the Children’s wing of the new building. For now, keep visiting us downstairs!

PCPC@Work

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The Person Called You: Why You’re Here, Why You Matter & What You Should Do With Your Life

by Bill Hendricks

$13.00

PCPC@Work’s Church in the City Speaker series will feature a 3-day workshop facilitated by Bill Hendricks. While Bill is Executive Director for Christian Leadership at the Hendricks Center of Dallas Theological Seminary, he continues his work of helping people to find their God-given purpose at The Giftedness Center. Find out more about the seminar or register here. The book is included with your registration. If you cannot participate in the seminar but would still like the book, you can find it in our Bookstore.

What’s New?

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Operation World

by Jason Mandryk

$17.00

Are you a prayer warrior? If so, you need this book. Operation World, first published in 1974, is in its 7th edition. It is the singular most comprehensive guide to praying for every country in the world.

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Worldview: Seeking Grace and Truth in Our Common Life

by Marvin Olasky

$14.00

If you’re a reader of World Magazine, you are familiar with Marvin Olasky, Editor in Chief. Worldview is a smattering of his short yet penetrating editorials from 1997 to 2016. In his words, "I’ve tried in this book to mix up the topics so as to provide and American Studies sampler. The common denominator is counter-programming: I try to wake up those who are complacent and calm down those who are frantic."

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Sipping Saltwater: How to Find Lasting Satisfaction in a World of Thirst

by Steve Hoppe

$11.00

Hoppe, a pastor and counselor, takes a laser to the tumors that ail us. You will find yourself and your ailment in one of these chapters. By the end of the chapter, Hoppe offers the cure. Dare to pick this one up, and you just might save yourself a doctor’s visit.

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A Small Book About a Big Problem

by Edward Welch

$13.00

Written in a day by day format for 50 days, each very brief reading addresses the big problem of anger. Dr. Welch, a counselor for over 30 years, packs the full weight of what he has learned about anger into a very small, very manageable book. If you struggle with anger, impatience or frustration with others, you won’t regret this purchase.

500 Years and Counting…

The Luther just keeps on coming. Thankfully, it’s good stuff!

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Long Before Luther: Tracing the Heart of the Gospel from Christ to the Reformation

by Nathan Busenitz

$10.00

A reminder that the doctrine of Justification by Faith Alone existed long before Luther rediscovered it for the masses. Busenitz invites us to get to know our family history.

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Counseling Under the Cross: How Martin Luther Applied the Gospel to Daily Life

by Bob Kellemen

$15.00

"Counseling Under the Cross is Martin Luther expertly assembled so we can witness how the cross of Christ yields honesty, transparency, compassion, comfort, wisdom — full on humanity. In wonderfully accessible form, it is as if Luther were speaking to us at his table or writing to us the most personal of letters. And we, in turn, can’t wait to speak of such matters to those we love!" - Ed Welch

Meet Joy…

Joy Skarka is a new addition to the PCPC Staff Team as Administrative Assistant to Women’s Ministry. She also blogs at JoyPedrow.com on topics pertinent to young women. Joy reviewed these books for us.

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Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction

by Asheritah Ciuciu

$11.00

Do you feel overwhelmed and stuck when it comes to food, binge eating, dieting or obsessive thoughts? Do you long to live in freedom from food fixation? Author Asheritah Ciuciu explains that the problem is not what we eat, but why we eat. Ciuciu shares that we can experience a deeper satisfaction in Christ and a healthier relationship with food. The book includes bonus context: a food fixation assessment, questions for personal reflection or group discussions, and practical strategies for true fullness.

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Moving On: Beyond Forgive and Forget

by Ruth Ann Batstone

$13.00

In a world full of #metoo and #churchtoo, Christians need to learn how to move beyond forgiving and forgetting. Author Ruth Ann Batstone uses theology and her story to address forgiveness from the perspective of an experienced counselor and sexual abuse survivor. No matter what situation you’ve been through, this book will help you discover the path to forgiveness. Join Batstone to discover what lies underneath the pain of being wounded. You will learn how forgiveness flows from the gospel of Christ. This truth will empower you to love God and others more deeply. God has forgiven you and now it is time to learn how to forgive others.

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Pass It On: A Proverbs Journal for the Next Generation

by Champ Thornton

$17.00

Do you desire to pass on your wisdom to the young people in your life? Fill this beautifully bound book with your wisdom and then pass it on as a gift to the next generation. The journal will help you to learn and apply the wisdom in Proverbs to your daily life and provide a way to pass on that wisdom to the next generation. This is the perfect combination of a Bible study and a gift book. Let Scripture reform the next generation. Pass it on and leave a legacy.

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Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World

by Kristen Hatton

$12.00

Research shows that as likes increase on social media a teen’s feelings of self-worth increase. Today, teens feel loved, special, and popular when they get comments, likes, or re-tweets. When teens’ posts receive less responses, they feel upset, disappointed, ugly, and lonely. For a teen, social media forms their identity and self-worth. In Face Time, Kristen Hatton shares her passion about helping teens understand that only Jesus can provide the value and worth they are looking for. Do you have teen girls in your life? If so, join Hatton to walk through a step by step journey to help teen girls understand their identity in Christ.

For the Littlest Theologians

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The King Jesus Story Bible

by Ben Irwin

$10.00

Similar in style to the Jesus Storybook Bible but for younger children, The King Jesus Storybible tells the complete story of God’s redemptive work on earth and culminates in the children learning that they are part of God’s story too. It can be read in one or multiple sittings but will, not doubt, be read over and over.

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Grandma’s Attic Treasury

by Arleta Richardson

$14.00

Four paperback books, now classics repackaged, for girls ages 8-12. As a child, Arleta discovered remembrances in her grandmother’s attic which led to Grandma telling vivid stories of her life growing up on a 19th century farm.

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