PCPC Bookstore Update: March 2018
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Dear PCPC Bookstore Insider,

If you’re looking for a Lenten devotional we have several new ones atop the wooden block in the bookstore. You’ll find The Glory of the Cross ($11) by Tim Chester, From the Grave ($9) by A.W. Tozer and Journey to the Cross ($13) by Will Walker and Kendal Haug. We also have the old favorites, Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross ($10) edited by Nancy Guthrie and the two-week family devotional, Mission Accomplished ($13) by Scott James designed to begin on Palm Sunday.

Come down and see us!

What’s New?


90 Days in John 14-17, Romans, James

by Tim Keller & Sam Allberry


Keller and Allberry, two godly guides, just about guarantees you won’t be disappointed in this study. A journal page accompanies each entry to allow you to work out your thoughts and applications. This is a Bible study for one.


Where Was God When That Happened?

by Christopher Ash


Timely. Short. Packed with Truth. Ash answers the questions that the world, and frankly, most Christians, are asking daily such as, "Is God really in control?", "Does God care about the little things in my life?", "If God is in control, why should we pray?", "How can I comfort someone who is suffering?"


Bible Matters

by Tim Chester


Don’t pick this book up unless you want to be convinced, and not just convinced but EXCITED to read your Bible daily. Tim Chester spends the first half of this book telling you how and why. The second half are seven studies of various passages of scripture, with questions. Use this resource to walk alongside someone new in the faith.


Sons in the Son: The Riches and Reach of Adoption in Christ

by David B. Garner


“This book is a gem: a precious mind-clearing, heartwarming achievement.” —J. I. Packer

“Garner’s book may well reset the Reformed church’s thinking about the relationship of its doctrine of salvation and its doctrine of Christ.” —Howard Griffith, Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, DC

“All future work on this subject that is so precious to the minds and hearts of Christians should reckon with this masterful treatment.” —Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids


Descriptions and Prescriptions: A Biblical Perspective on Psychiatric Diagnoses & Medications

by Michael R. Emlet


"I have found nowhere in all my training or reading a more helpful tool for me as a pastor to understand the complexities of psychiatric diagnoses and medicinal prescriptive practices from a scriptural perspective." - Joseph Novenson, Senior Teaching Pastor, Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church, TN

Mike Emlet, MDiv, MD is a counselor and faculty member at CCEF, though he was a family physician for ten years beforehand. You can find many of his books and minibooks in the PCPC Bookstore.

For the Littlest Theologians


The Big God Story

by Michelle Anthony


The BIG GOD story just doesn’t get old. This storybook tells God’s whole redemptive plan and fulfillment in Jesus and can be read in one sitting.


Ronnie Wilson’s Gift

by Francis Chan


Instills the lesson that giving to others is giving to God.

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