Zach Hunter may only be fifteen, but he’s taking on issues that affect the world—and he’s making a change. Find out how Zach is working to end slavery, and how you can make a change in the things you see wrong with our world.
Roll Up Your Sleeves and Change the World.
Zach Hunter is a teenage abolitionist and activist, spending much of his time working to end modern-day slavery around the world and fighting other problems in the world today.
Our world is broken, but your students can change that. Zach Hunter is a tee... (more)
This book by Youthworks CEO, Zac Veron, outlines 23 principles to inspire and encourage church leaders. Practical guidance is offered for all aspects of parish ministry with application guides at the end of each chapter for further reflection, planning and decision making.
"A meticulous and well-informed interpretation of Calvin. . . . An excellent piece of scholarship and a genuine contribution to both the guild and the church."--Timothy Harvie, Heythrop Journal
John Calvin has been the subject of numerous interpretative studies, but most have focused on only one ... (more)
What would it have been like to sit in Spurgeon's classes?
I hope this book gives a sense of what a student would hear Spurgeon say about preaching if Spurgeon were to speak with them in the hall, from the pulpit, or on a walk down the streets of London.
Thus, the purpose of this book is to e... (more)
Zaremsky / Wohlberg
Zarra, Ernest J
It Should Never Happen Here gives churches assurance that sexual and other forms of child abuse can be prevented. Enforced child-contact rules and worker screening are among many specific ideas outlined in this important book.
When Children Suffer will be a great help to parents, teachers and priests and all concerned with the welfare of children. The text is often deeply moving, full of profound insights into the way children behave; it also has a gentle touch of humour which makes it a pleasure to read.