PCPC Bookstore Update: September 2019
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Dear Bookstore Friends,

We have a new database at PCPC through which we send this monthly email. Our hope is that you receive it, but only once.

Grace to all, right?

What’s New?


Is This It?

by Rachel Jones


"Young adulthood can seem pretty disorienting. This book gets how that feels, and helps you find your feet and walk with confidence." — Rico Tice, Founder, Christianity Explored Ministries



by Paul E. Miller


"Never have I read a more practical work on how a Christian can flourish through deep affliction. This book will revolutionize the way you look at your sufferings and your relationship to Christ." - Joni Eareckson Tada


In Search of the Common Good: Christian Fidelity in a Fractured World

by Jake Meador


"In Search of the Common Good reclaims a vision of common life for our fractured times: a vision that doesn’t depend on the destinies of our economies or our political institutions, but on our citizenship in a heavenly city. Only through that vision―and that citizenship―can we truly work together for the common good." - from the publisher


Competing Spectacles

by Tony Reinke


“Tony Reinke has proven to be a wise guide for Christians through this era of technological whirl. Now with this accessible, sagacious book, he has done so again. This book shows us how to pull our eyes away from the latest viral video or our digital avatars of self and toward the ‘spectacle’ before which we often cringe and wince: the crucifixion of our Lord. That’s the spectacle we need.” ―Russell D. Moore, President, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention


Not Home Yet: How the Renewal of the Earth Fits into God’s Plan for the World

by Ian K. Smith


"…Think of Ian Smith as your friendly theological realtor. He knows about the home God has created for us. With theological skill and deft simplicity, he can explain its long history. He understands where we fit into its story. He is also sensitive to the responsibility Christians have to our ‘home,’ even though we have not yet seen its final reconstruction. Brief as Not Home Yet may be, you will find it instructive and challenging beyond its size.” - Sinclair B. Ferguson

For the Littlest Theologians


Goodbye to Goodbyes

by Lauren Chandler


"In this vivid, moving and exciting retelling of the story of Lazarus, Lauren Chandler helps children understand how Jesus makes all the difference to death. Children will see that because Jesus rose from death, he has power over it and all who believe in him will also rise, just as Lazarus did." -from the publisher

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