Recent Releases

Bible Word Search – Elie Mejia

Bible Word Search offers a creative and innovative way for you to enrich your knowledge of the Holy Bible. By incorporating various translations, you are sure to enjoy hours of learning while at the same time having fun. God’s children of all ages can share quality time with the Lord.

This volume pertains to the Old Testament book of Genesis.

  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Credo House Publishers


Seasonings: Autumn – Donna L. Huisjen

The seasons of life move through cycles that correspond in intriguing ways to the seasons of the calendar year. Donna Huisjen’s 366-day devotional, offered in four installments called Seasonings, provides compact daily meditations that will accompany Christians as they step through the year. Giving the nod both to seasonal realities and to the milestones of the church year, Huisjen showers her writing with pertinent quotations and personal anecdotes. By turns poignant and thought provoking, Huisjen covers a wide range of topics each anchored in the Scriptures.

  • Paperback: 105 pages
  • Publisher: Credo House Publishers


Vessels that Thrive – Dr. Ryan E. Bentley

In Vessels that Thrive, Dr. Ryan Bentley does what Thomas Edison said the doctor of the future would do: “interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.” As a devoted Christian he champions the Biblical idea that the human body is God’s vessel and as an innovative physician he properly defines health in terms of thriving, not just surviving.

Written to help and inspire both the healthy and the sick, believers as well as skeptics, health-oholics and couch potatoes, alike, this book offers something for every human being who desires to delve more deeply into why we should take care of our bodies and what’s at stake if we don’t.

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Credo House Publishers


Immeasurably More – Linda Alderink

There are people in our world today who, at “face value”, seem to have no value. The truth is though that what the world sees as “disposable”, God sees as having incalculable worth. God assures of a definite purpose and plan for each of His children, including those – and perhaps especially those – whose life package includes ‘special needs’.

This honest, humorous and poignant real-life story will touch your heart, while illustrating how an unassuming young man transformed a family, a school, and even a community.

  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Credo House Publishers


Neighbors and Wise Men – Tony Kriz

Get to know Tony Kriz through his real-life conversations and experiences that prove God can and will use anyone or anything – from Muslim lands to antireligious academics to post-Christian cultures – to make Himself known.

Through his own prodigal son back-story and return to faith, Tony presents Biblical truth in a conversational but bold light that offers readers the courage to open their eyes to the unlikely encounters that are all around us every day; chance run-ins that turn out to be anything but chance.

  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson


The Christian Family – Herman Bavinck

This book embodies a Christian theology of marriage and the family. Aptly reminding Christians that “the moral health of society depends on the health of family life,” Bavinck issues an evergreen challenge to God’s people: “Christians may not permit their conduct to be determined by the spirit of the age, but must focus on the requirement of God’s commandment.”

  • Paperback: 168 pages
  • Publisher: Christian’s Library Press