ARE WE THERE YET reveals common elements of the spiritual journey, enabling us to: 1) know the general direction to take, 2) confirm that we are being guided by the Holy Spirit, 3) get an idea of our location along the path, and 4) reassure us that we are still progressing along the right path and in the right direction.

HERE & COMING is an introduction to living in the kingdom of God here and now! When Jesus taught, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as in heaven,” He intended us to pray, work and long for things on earth to become like they are in heaven. This book seeks to help you make progress in living that out now instead of just waiting to inherit it in the future.

SPIRITUAL JOURNEY provides an understanding and practical application of the Spiritual Journey as presented by St. John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila. Bishop Atwood carefully explains elements of the spiritual journey that Christians will recognize in their own pilgrimage. This book examines landmarks along the way that often baffle or defeat Christians. Bishop Atwood’s spiritual director described the journey as a “spiral whereby we pass through the same [issues]several times at different levels while we move closer in union with Christ.”

A CLOUD OF WITNESSES is appropriate for seminary courses, as well as a welcome summation of doctrinal teachings for the “person in the pew.” Rev. Dr. Joe Thomas, a systematic theologian, professor, and author who has lectured widely across several continents, summarizes and explains the primary teachings of eight giants of Christian theology. He skillfully unlocks and clearly explains the challenges presented by these renowned theologians and demonstrates why their teachings are important and applicable to today.

PSALMS is a study guide that sets forth a means to use the Psalms and Proverbs in a personal or group study on prayer. It has six topics, each of which has explanations for the passages selected, questions to answer, Scriptures to memorize, and an opportunity to compose a prayer for group or personal use. The intent of this guide is to provide a practical introduction into using the Psalms for personal prayers.






Most discussions of Revelation focus on the seven letters or the prophecy, or both, with little attention given to the first chapter. In this book, the author looks intently at the first chapter of Revelation, in which John describes his encounter with the risen and glorified Lord Jesus Christ. Using various Scriptures and illustrations from life, she explores how John’s salutation and doxology, which include implications about the Triune God, and his narrative, which describes the figure who appeared to him on the isle of Patmos, are relevant to today’s Christian.

The author looks at several significant aspects of the Christian faith that are crucial to understanding one’s relationship with Jesus Christ and how the Scriptures testify of Him. Beginning by explaining the work of Christ in the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper, aspects of the Gospels, he next addresses the importance of the Book of Acts in making a transition from Jesus’ words to the epistles and in comprehending the birth of the Church. He then provides a glimpse of the biblical covenant in nuptial terms, followed by demonstrating how the Gospel is, ultimately, the message of the Old Testament, and how Jesus is the fulfillment of the priestly office of the long-awaited Messiah. In the last two chapters, he moves on to practical life issues by describing the spirituality of different faith traditions and comparing two major declarations of the Faith . . . once delivered.