Reformed Book Outlet – January 2016 Newsletter

The Reformed Book Outlet, a real physical bookstore store in the Hudsonville (MI) Plaza (far west end), operated by the Bible societies of the Hudsonville Protestant Reformed Church, is a non-profit ministry devoted to putting sound Reformed and Christian books and music in the hands and homes of people in the West Michigan area – and beyond.

They have published their January 2016 Newsletter with the latest specials and highlighted items noted. I post it here below so that you may remember to stop in there sometime and pick out some good reads during these winter months.

Let them help you build your religious library!


Reformed Book Outlet Newsletter – January, 2016
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Just in: We now have in stock the 75th Anniversary recording of the Zeeland Chorus singing Handel’s Messiah. $10.00
Coming soon:

  • Come Unto Me Children’s CD 12 songs for children produced by Eric Gritters and some CCHS Choir alumni.
  • And three CDs by the women’s Jubilee Quartet
    •  Spiritual Freedom With some patriotic songs
    • Lift Thine Eyes Hymns and Psalms
    • Come Let Us Adore Him Christmas songs

RBO carries the following three books and one Bible reviewed in the past issues of the Protestant Reformed Theological Journal:

  • The Reformation Heritage Study Bible (KJV) reviewed by Prof. Ron Cammenga
  • What Every Christian Needs to Know about the Qur’an byJames R. White – reviewed by Rev. Doug Kuiper
  • The Message of Daniel by Dale Ralph Davis reviewed by Rev. Martyn McGeown
  • Galatians: A Mentor Commentary by David B. McWilliams reviewed by Prof David Engelsma

** For those who have difficulty reading, we have a hard cover book containing the Psalms in very giant print. We can also order a set of five hard cover books in that very, very giant print containing the whole Bible (KJV). Trinitarian Bible Society publishes these wonderful Bibles.

RBO has a large selection of books which are helpful to the office-bearers in our churches:

  • With a Shepherd’s Heart – Reclaiming the Pastoral Office of the Elder
  • Called to Serve: Essays for Elders and Deacons
  • Ministry of Mercy for Today
  • Quick Scripture Reference for Counseling
  • Taking Heed to the Flock

New Fiction:

Tricia Mingerink has written a series classified as fantasy literature, but don’t let that keep you from reading the book – this is not what you think of as fantasy. You’ll find no mysticism, no magical powers or talking animals. You will find manors and prairies; blizzards, lords and ladies, peasant farmers, an evil king and heroes. The series of three books is entitled The Blades of Acktar. (A ‘blade’ is sort of like a knight.)

The first two books are available now at RBO: #1 Dare and #2 Deny. Dare opens with two sisters finding an injured man and trying to help him. They soon find out he is a ‘blade’. Blades had killed their father! Should they try to save this one – their enemy? They had Bibles in the house, for which they could be killed! What should they do? Dare is “a story of forgiveness, persecution, grace, and redemption.” Tricia is a member of our Byron Center Church.

Let us help build your religious library!

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