Living into the Life of Jesus: The Formation of Christian Character
Why does merely understanding and trying hard to follow the example of Jesus often yield little progress--and even less joy and peace?
Book Review from Christian Educational Journal
Wasting Time With God : A Christian Spirituality of Friendship With God
When it comes to developing a deep, trusting relationship with God, efficiency and productivity are not the answer. It's far better to "waste" time with him, to just enjoy being with him.
Zeit mit Gott verbringen: Freundschaft mit Gott als Grundlage des geistlichen Lebens Jubiläumsausgabe - 20 Jahre (German Edition of "Wasting Time with God”)
Wenn es darum geht, eine tiefe vertrauliche Beziehung zu Gott zu entwickeln, sind Leistungsfähigkeit und Produktivität nicht die Lösung. Vielmehr müssen wir Zeit mit Gott verbringen, uns einfach daran erfreuen, mit ihm zusammen zu sein. So wächst doch eigentlich jede Freundschaft.
Jesus, Money & Work: Practices for Forming a Christian Perspective
Why does merely understanding and trying hard to follow the example of Jesus often yield little progress--and even less joy and peace? In this foundational work of Christian formation, Klaus Issler derives insights from the life of Jesus in the Gospels to uncover the dynamics of becoming Christlike. You will discover how you can forge much deeper connections with Jesus so that his life begins to permeate your own character.
In Search of a Confident Faith: Overcoming Barriers to Trusting in God
Many obstacles can get in the way of having a healthy Christian faith. Some of those obstacles are intellectual, but there are emotional, relational and experiential ones as well.
Book Review from African Journal of Evangelical Theology
The Lost Virtue of Happiness: Discovering The Disciplines of The Good Life
We are only happy when we pursue a transcendent purpose, something larger than ourselves. This pursuit involves a deeply meaningful relationship with God by committed participation in the spiritual disciplines
Book Review from Joseph E. Gorra
Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective: An Intermediate Christology
Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective features six highly respected scholars from schools such as Erskine Theological Seminary, Talbot School of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Book Review from G. Kyle Essary
How We Learn: A Christian Teacher's Guide to Educational Psychology
No one fully understands how learning works, but educational psychologists understand a great deal about what works. The collaborative team of Klaus Issler and Ronald Habermas has assembled an integration of theology and instructional theory in Teaching for Reconciliation: Foundations and Practice of Christian Educational Ministry
Book Review from Eleanor A. Daniel
Teaching for Reconciliation: Foundations and Practice of Christian Educational Ministry
Ronald Habermas and Klaus Issler have written a textbook on Christian education that reflects their conviction that the educational function of the church is central to Christ's mission of reconciliation.
Book Review from Christian Education Journal
What Does it Mean to be Human?
The life we live is inseparable from what we believe is the meaning of life, what we believe it means to be human, and what we believe it means to ‘live well.’ What Does it mean to be Human? presents life as the ultimate game, and explains how to play it accordingly. Life is a game to be enjoyed, but it’s also a game that can be won.