Books by Doug, Tina, and Christopher Webb
“God: AQUITTED – The Complete Gospel” – Book 3 of the God on Trial Series is now available!
Verse by verse exploration takes readers on a vital journey to solve questions about human suffering and evil. Known for his engaging teaching style, has readers don the hat of a detective to investigate popular views of the nature of God.
2 books in 1!
“I Was Framed!” Signed, God – Book One
Many Christians will say that “God is good all the time”. In the same breath they will say that God is the One who causes many tragedies. Would a good God purposely cause bad events in the lives of human beings? In the first release of the God On Trial Series, Doug Webb takes a look at human assumptions and allegations about God’s involvement in everyday tragedy. Webb encourages readers to don the hat of a detective and study the Bible to find alternative reasons for why tragedies and hardships occur in our lives.
“God: Accused or Excused – Book Two” continues the investigation of why “bad things happen to good people”. While, the first book quickly uncovers that there is more to this world than meets the natural eye, the second book introduces the Fall and the subsequent consequences that were put in place by God that affect whether or not “good or bad” will happen to a person. Webb encourages readers to don the hat of a detective and take a close look at the Book of Genesis. The God On Trial series promotes a “God’s Eye View” of the world and life events. 120 pages
Reviews: “What a great read! It grabs your attention with thought provoking questions and does not let go! Even at the end you want it to continue. Unlike some books with lots of scripture references, it does not become boring, it just continues to draw you in.”
Culture Changers pivots readers into a life of intentional partnership with God in healing the broken-hearted and repairing relational and systemic breaches. The solution to national agitation is to offer people your hand and lead them out of spiritual, emotional, and tangible brokenness. Individual wholeness has corporate benefits: thriving families, transformed communities, and life-giving systems.
“If there has ever been a time in history in which people with wisdom, insight, and courage must rise to become culture changers, it is now.” Cynthia Murray, Divine Women of Destiny Ministries International, Founder/Executive Director, Author and Speaker
“In Culture Changers, Tina Webb takes bold steps in initiating an honest, faith-based discussion of delicate, race-related subjects.” Rob Schilling, Host and Producer The Schilling Show
Cultivating the Souls of Parents: Facing our Brokenness; Embracing His Likeness Raising a child helps us discover that parenting involves a whole lot of digging, not just through piles of mismatched socks, but also through layers of insecurities and heart issues that our children and we have. I will never have a place where I can say as a parent, “I have arrived!” No, this process of parenting brings to light my own emotional brokenness that God wants me to explore and bring to Him to remedy and make whole. transformed communities, and life-giving systems.
“Tina’s is a sage voice. Every time I’ve spent time with her, I have left wanting more of God. She’s lived through the hills and the valleys with the Lord and is a gift to the body of Christ to, now, share what she’s learned there with us!” – Sara Hagerty, Author of Adore: A Simple Practice for Experiencing God in the Middle Minutes of Your Dayand Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World that Loves to be Noticed
Justice Reframed “Justice is a by-product of God’s care.” In early June 2020, conversations about injustice took center stage in this nation. As Christians, descendants of slaves and slave masters, Tina and her oldest son, Christopher, wanted to share how the Word of God has informed their views, reactions, and solutions to injustices of all types.
“The authors easily tag-team to share personal vignettes and ask thoughtful questions that are personally and culturally necessary. They cover history, civil rights, scripture, logic, emotions, triggers, oppression, consequences, injustice, and justice. Ultimately, the hope is that the reader is drawn into the heart of the matter of injustice to see justice through the lens of Scripture. This is a must-read for the church today!” Amazon Review
Signs Along the Road: A Thirty-Day Devotional and Journal
This task takes effort and desire when the truth that must be remembered is more than our day-to-day lists and schedules. God’s truths, who you are and who He is must be dwelt upon to 1) pursue God’s plan for your life and 2) build a testimony of God’s faithfulness to us. Christopher Webb gears our minds and hearts to take note of the signs that God is with us. This devotional includes a formatted guide with questions to help you dedicate thirty days to meditate on the truths in Scripture and make a note of God’s present involvement in your life.
“The author combines key Scriptural verses, insightful commentary, and real-life anecdotes from personal experience to provide direction. This is a truly dynamic devotional that both offers guidance while also constantly directing you to the ruled journal pages so that you can ultimately sit down with God and listen to Him provide the answers.” Amazon Review
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