PCPC Bookstore Update: November 2019
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It’s Here! My Heart Cries Out: Gospel Meditations for Everyday Life

Paul Tripp’s newest devotional is $14 in store.

What’s New?


Safe and Sound: Standing Firm in Spiritual Battles

by David Powlison


In this, his final publication, David Powlison, former Director of the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF) left us with the tools every believer needs to do life this side of heaven.


A Good Old Age: An A to Z of Loving and Following the Lord Jesus in Later Years

by Derek Prime


Derek Prime, former pastor of Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh, writes this LARGE PRINT work for his contemporaries and suggests reading it devotionally that each chapter might be put into practice as it is read. Sinclair Ferguson enlarges the book’s audience in saying, "The value of these pages goes far beyond encouraging senior citizens. A great reminder that the starting place for A Good Old Age is long before it begins!"


The Promise is His Presence: Why God is Always Enough

by Glenna Marshall


"When you look at your life, your trials, unfulfilled longings, and sorrows may tell you a story of absence. Suffering may seem like a note telling you that God has left you to handle things yourself. But when we look at the story of Scripture we see that suffering is often the letter, the envelope, the emissary that bears a different message. Suffering may be the way God makes certain that you know the truth: He is with you." — from the Introduction


God and Galileo: What a 400-Year-Old Letter Teaches Us about Faith and Science

by David L. Block and Kenneth C. Freeman, astronomers

$14, hardcover

"These two eminent astronomers bring a unique perspective to the faith and science arena. What they reveal about Galileo — who is often cited as an example of the great divide — demonstrates instead that strong faith and expert science can go together." — Philip Yancey


The Landscape of Faith: An Explorer’s Guide to the Christian Creeds

by Alister McGrath


"The creeds are like maps telling us where to find food and water on an island. They point to the realities of Christian experience and the joy of knowing God — but, like every sign, they must never be confused with what they signify. They are skeletons supporting the living organs of faith, conduits for the springs of living water that will refresh the soul, and keys to the gates of the new Jerusalem. They do not deliver grace or joy, but help us to find them." p. 65


Act of Grace: The Power of Generosity to Change Your Life, the Church and the World

by James C. Petty


"Clear, wise guidance. it includes the revealing story of money and giving throughout Scripture, a history of giving in the Christian church, and next steps we can take in our own giving. You will find it compelling and hopeful." - Ed Welch


Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church and Society

by Rachel Green Miller


"It is a pleasure to commend this book by Rachel Miller which eschews the cheap extremism and bombastic rhetoric that characterize conservative Christian responses to feminism and instead plots not a middle way but a biblical way through the subjects of authority, submission, masculinity and the like… she wants to help the reader think about what the Bible actually means in the present. This is a refreshingly sane read." — Carl Trueman

For the Teen Theologian


Choosing Love: In a Broken World

by Heidi Johnston


"Parents, give this book to your girls. Better yet, read it and discuss it with them." - Rosaria Champagne Butterfield


The Pilgrim’s Progress: From This World to That Which is to Come

by John Bunyan


With new images, updated language and sentence structure there’s no excuse not to read the classic John Bunyan work of which Derek Thomas has stated, "Pilgrim’s Progress has been the most important book for me other than the Bible."


Emblems of the Infinite King

by J. Ryan Lister


Hardbound with gold embossing on a black cover and filled with modern designs in gold, black and white depicting the themes in each chapter, this systematic theology for juniors and teens is crafted in the style of an epic quest. We follow the Key Keeper through the discovery of eight keys which will inevitably open the scroll held by the Death Killer, the One who makes all things new.

For the Littlest Theologians


Sophie and the Heidelberg Cat

by Andrew Wilson


For ages 3 and up, up, up. "On a rooftop walk with a neighborhood cat, Sophie learns the best and most comforting news in the world — that her hope doesn’t come from the things that she does, but from belonging to Jesus Christ." — back of the book


Bible History ABC’s: God’s Story from A to Z

by Stephen J. Nichols and Ned Bustard


Beginning with Adam and ending with Zion, this book is able to grow up with your family. Each page has an explanation of the word chosen for each letter of the alphabet along with an explanatory section of scripture. Choose to read as little or as much of each page as your child can attend to. Then add material each time you read.

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