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Books by Rev. Jerry Crow

Below you will find links to helpful books written and published by our founder, Rev. Jerry Crow.


These books have been provided to everyone through Amazon and have proven to be beneficial to the reader.

We hope you will enjoy them as much as we enjoy making them available to you!

Simply click on the picture below to find out more about each book and to order or read with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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Journaling Through Prayer: A Helpful Guide to a Deeper Prayer Life

This all-new book is a twelve-week prayer journal. Each day of the week has a couple of different specific things for you to focus your prayers upon.

While it is available in digital format, and you can use a notebook to fill in the journal, the print version actually has lines on the page so you can fill in the blanks, then use that page as a guide in your prayers.

This is not a fill-in-the-blank prayer book. It is a guide to help you when you are praying.

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Journaling Through the Scriptures: A Bible Study Method

Currently our best seller, this book shows our preferred method for studying the Bible. 

This method has been simplified for use by anyone of any age.

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A Catechism for the Church

This book is a modern language version of the classic Westminster Shorter Catechism, although taken from a believer's baptism point of view when it comes to the issue of baptism, and includes the verses of Scripture for each answer. This is done so you and your family can come together and work through the catechism and search the Scriptures to see that the truth is being taught and learned.

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The Sermon on the Mount: Practical Lessons From Jesus

Taken from the Sermon on the Mount podcast series from Ancient Words, this book takes a deep dive into the words that Jesus speaks to His listeners on that day all those centuries ago.

Imagine the smell of the sea, the mountain air, the people gathering around to hear, and open the pages to see what Jesus wanted everyone to hear and learn as we walk through one of the most well-known sermons of all time.

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Introduction to Preaching: Preparing an Expository Sermon

In his classic work, Preachers & Preaching, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones wrote, “To me the work of preaching is the highest, and the greatest, and the most gracious calling, glorious calling to which anyone can ever be called.”

John Wycliffe wrote, “The highest service that men may attain to on Earth is to preach the Word of God.”

In this book I endeavor to give preachers and teachers of the Word of God an overview of sermon preparation, from Scripture selection to sermon delivery. Whether you are just starting on your journey as a preacher, or have been in the pulpit for years, it is my hope that everyone will learn something from this book.

It is time for true preachers of the Word to speak up!

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The Gospel According to Isaiah: The Work of Redemption in Isaiah 53

Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all wrote gospel accounts highlighting the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. However, hundreds of years prior to these writings another man took up his pen and wrote words, fifteen verses as they appear in our Bible today, that briefly outline the same life from a different perspective.
That man was Isaiah.
In this book we go through Isaiah 53 and break down the prophecy of the Suffering Servant. We discover why the Servant can only be Jesus of Nazareth. We learn what happened to Him when He came to earth the first time. We uncover the truth of the Cross and what it means for us as believers. Also, we discover the ministry that Jesus continues to engage in today.
Join me on this journey as we open the Scripture together.

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Journaling Through the Scriptures Sermon Notebook

Have you ever been sitting in church and the pastor or speaker says something that you wanted to remember, but you didn’t have anything to write on? Or maybe you are like me, and you want to have all your notes in a nicely consolidated notebook where you can go back and refer to them easily.
Look no further! This notebook is exactly what you are needing!
These pages contain everything you might need to keep your sermon notes neat, organized, and right at your fingertips when you need them later.

On Baptism: A Church Questions Series Title

In this booklet we will answer the following questions:
What is baptism?
Who should be baptized?
How is baptism to be administered?
What is the duty of those who are baptized?
It is my prayer that those who read this booklet will gain understanding of baptism that they may not have had before reading, and they will be equipped to answer questions regarding baptism should they be asked at any time in the future. I also hope that this booklet will be a tool that churches use to help prepare those who are ready, or being made ready, to be baptized.

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Itinerant Ministry: Preparing to Go Into All the World

Are you preparing to be an itinerant minister; or are you already engaged in ministering from church to church?
Do you have questions about where to begin, what to ask churches, or what you should be doing when you get asked to speak at a church?
This booklet is written with the hope of being able to answer these questions, and more. The four parts this book are here to help guide you through every step along the way, from starting a conversation with a new church to staying in contact with them after you leave.

On The Trinity: A Church Questions Series Title

What is the Trinity?
In this book we will open the Bible and the doors of history to explore this important doctrine of the Church.
We will also take a brief look at some of the heresies that plague the church today around this doctrine.

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On The Lord's Supper: A Church Questions Series Title

Jesus instituted two ordinances to be commemorated by the Church. The first ordinance that a believer observes is baptism. This ordinance sets the believer apart as a member of the Church, that is the overall body of Christ. The second ordinance that a believer observes is the Lord’s Supper, sometimes called Communion. This is the taking of bread and wine (or juice, depending on your outlook on alcoholic beverages) in memory of the new covenant that was sealed by the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Join me on this journey through Scripture and history as we shed light on the Lord’s Supper.

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On Elders and Deacons: A Church Questions Series Title

When we look at the Bible, we see that the New Testament Church has two main offices that are primary functions within the local church. We see that the church in Jerusalem appointed Deacons to oversee the daily distribution of food and we see that Paul and Barnabas appointed Elders in the cities where they established churches. These two offices, working together within the context of a local congregation, are the backbone of the local, visible church.

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