Big Truth | little books®

Our mission with Big Truth | little books® is to provide edifying, accessible literature for Christian readers from all walks of life. We understand that is often difficult to find time to read good books. But we also understand that reading is a valuable means of spiritual growth. The answer? Get some really big truth into some little books. Every Little Book is only 5″x8″ and around 120 pages, but full of Scripture, theological reflection, and pastoral insight. Please take a few moments to look at our selection of books. We pray you will find something that might benefit you or someone you know.

A Biblical View of TrialsA Biblical View of Trials | Cliff McManis – We live in a fallen world, and our lives are often beset with physical suffering, emotional difficulty, relational problems, and financial uncertainty. As Christians, our trouble in this world may even increase because of our relationship with Jesus Christ. In this volume, Cliff McManis applies over 20 years of pastoral experience and careful study of Scripture to help us persevere through trials in a way that glorifies God and is best for us.
Faith Gift of God CoverFaith: The Gift of God | Cliff McManis – What does an unbeliever need to be saved? Do Christians need to use complex philosophical arguments when sharing the gospel with their friends, neighbors, and co-workers? In this concise volume, Cliff McManis argues that Christians should focus their energy on explaining and proclaiming the gospel, for it is the word about Christ that produces faith in the heart. This little book will help free Christians to confidently share the gospel with those around them.
How to Pray for Your Pastor (Brown)How to Pray for Your Pastor | Derek Brown – Do you pray for your pastor? Perhaps a better question: Do you know how to pray for your pastor? In this book, Derek Brown helps you understand your pastor’s qualifications, responsibilities, and unique pressures so that you might pray effectively for those who shepherd your soul.
What the Bible Says About Gray Areas | Cliff MGray AreascManis – How do we make godly decisions on issues that are not specifically addressed in the Bible? Questions about holidays, entertainment, even the specifics of church life can often burden Christians because they seem to preclude clear, straightforward answers. Drawing from Romans 14, Cliff McManis helps us navigate these tough questions by providing us with the principles necessary to make decisions on the “gray areas” of life.
The Problem of EvilThe Problem of Evil | Cliff McManis – How can we reconcile the goodness and power of God with the existence of moral and natural evil? How does the ordinary, everyday Christian approach this issue? With sharp exegesis and a careful examination of several popular approaches to this issue, Dr. McManis takes us deep into Scripture where we find clear answers for why evil exists and what God has done to solve the problem of evil once and for all.
What the Bible Says About Government - Front CoverWhat the Bible Says About Government | Cliff McManis – Ever since the Church’s inception 2000 years ago, Christians have wrestled with how to think about, relate to, and submit to the government. Answers to these important questions have ranged across a broad spectrum, with Christians often disagreeing with each other in significant ways. In this book, Cliff McManis looks to Scripture to help us think clearly about issues related to government, politics, and the Christian’s involvement in both.
 God Defines and Defends Marriage | Cliff McManis – God Defines and Defends MarriageIn June 2015 in case of Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a 5-4 decision that marriage between same-sex couples is a right guaranteed by the Constitution. By placing this recent judicial ruling in its historical-political context and examining it in light of Scripture, Dr. Cliff McManis helps Christians respond to their nation and their neighbor with Christlike conviction and compassion.
Protecting the FlockProtecting the Flock: The Priority of Church Membership | Cliff McManis – Is church membership a biblical concept? If so, what are the benefits of church membership? Should I become a member of a local congregation? In his latest installment in the Big Truth little book® series, Cliff McManis applies over twenty-five years of study and pastoral ministry experience to answering these important questions. You will be encouraged to consider membership for the first time or to renew your appreciation for the essential role the local church plays in your walk with Christ.
EducationEducating Your Child: Public, Private, or Homeschool: A Biblical Perspective | Cliff McManis – Education has become a controversial topic among Christian parents. What many of us don’t know, however, is that it doesn’t have to be. In this book, Cliff McManis draws from a careful study of Scripture and his experience as an educator, parent, and pastor to help Christian parents navigate this difficult yet highly important topic. McManis not only discusses the biblical foundations for childhood education, he also examines the pros and cons of each schooling option (public, private, or homeschool) so that you can make a wise, biblically-informed decision about how to educate your child.
What the Bible Says About DepressionWhat the Bible Says About Depression | Cliff McManis – How should we define depression? Do Christians struggle with depression? Is depression in the Bible? Is there a cure for depression? How do I minister to those who are struggling with depression? These are crucial questions, but the current debate among evangelicals over the topic of depression has left many wondering if there are any clear answers. In this book, Pastor Cliff McManis surveys the contemporary discussion on this difficult subject, exposes several common myths about depression, and provides readers with much encouraging counsel from Scripture. Whether you are currently wrestling with depression or ministering to those who are, you will find much help in this book.