Sounding the Depths: When the Saviour Prays for His People
A study on the eternal love of God from John Chapter seventeen. “This deep, deep theology of the deep, deep love of God in Christ is here clearly and passionately unfolded by a masterful scholar and pastor. While no one can see to the bottom of the depths of this vast divine love, Dr Milton s study will stir passions and reflections to look as far as one can into God s eternal and infinite love for his people in Christ.” —Dr Peter A. Lillback
Silent No More: A Biblical Call for the Church to Speak to State and Culture
Anything that presents itself as a force to hurt the souls of men is fair game for the pastor according to the author. An introduction by Dr. Douglas Kelly to the issues of Statism, and Milton’s own concern for the pastoral-prophetic voice on matters of public morality and “bringing every thought captive” to the Gospel, make this a particularly relevant book in this season of thinking through politics and faith. The volume is complete with a bibliography on the matter of Christian voices in the public square and an index. It is profitable reading for the classroom, in the office or study, on the back porch, or on a plane.
Finding a Vision for Your Church: Assembly Required
The church is not just a building; it is an assembly of people who need a vision. Here is inspiration for a radically biblical vision that will both minister to and involve your church’s assembly.
Hit by Friendly Fire: What to Do When Fellow Believers Hurt You
“I wish this booklet did not need to be written, but it does, because far too many Christians are wounded every year by fellow believers. As a ‘spiritual medic,’ Mike has treated these wounds for years. His counsel is insightful, compassionate, and solidly biblical; it will help to heal many wounded saints.” —Ken Sande, President, Peacemaker® Ministries.
Hit by Friendly Fire: What to Do When Other Believers Hurt You is a book about the painful reality that Christians often hurt each other. The wounds can last for a lifetime. How do we find healing?
What is the Doctrine of Adoption?
If God adopted us, in what way are we part of his family? Do we really belong to him? Mike Milton reveals the scriptural teaching that shows what our heavenly adoption truly means. This booklet unfolds the scriptural-theological foundations of the doctrine of adoption, showing it as a distinct doctrine in its own right, and relating this foundational concept to the believer’s life.<
Songs in the Night: How God Transforms Our Pain to Praise
Turn your weakest, most discouraging moments … into your best, most uplifting moments. “Always preach to broken hearts and you will never lack for a congregation,” an old saying goes. And for that reason, this book is for everyone — because there are many, many things that break our hearts. Sicknesses, spiritual depression, disabilities, painful memories, strained relationships … all of these weigh on Christians’ hearts at one time or another. And even when our hearts feel light, there is a longing that runs through us — a crying of the soul for eternity, for a new heavens and a new earth. Yet even in the midst of our heartache, we know there is a faith that comes from Jesus Christ that not only encourages us through our pain, but can even transform our pain … as long as we let it.
And here is a collection of warm, pastoral messages, filled with personal illustration, that does just that: helps the broken-hearted Christian to locate the God of all comfort in the center of all pain. We are not left there, either; Mike Milton takes us a step further to see how the gospel actually transforms our private pain into personal praise. So read and discover how God uses the things that seek to destroy us to become the very things that bring us salvation, bring us hope, bring us to prayer, bring us together, and ultimately bring us to heaven.
Small Things, Big Things: Inspiring Stories of Everyday Grace
A collection of beautifully written stories of true life situations, that helps the reader discover the deep theological truths of God in warm, human stories of common grace. Each beguiling tale unfolds a spiritual truth that will stay with you for the day.ISBN:9781596381452
What Is Perseverance of the Saints?
Dr. Mike Milton defines the famous “Fifth Point of Calvinism” and distinguishes it from other theologies (including “once saved always saved”) and encourages all of us to delight in this beautiful doctrine that brings assurance to the believer, hope for the prodigal, and glory to the Lord Jesus Christ.ISBN: 9781596380943
Hit By Friendly Fire: What to do When Christians Hurt You
One second. One mistake. One firing of the missile in the midst of the war. The missile cannot come back. The weapon is now headed for you. And the one who fired it is on your side. It is war. Hit by friendly fire. This is not Baghdad or the Battle of the Bulge or Pork Chop Hill. I am speaking of the many walking wounded in the body of Christ who have been hurt by other believers, people who have been hit by the betrayal of a Christian.
Thus Dr. Michael A. Milton begins this message. Diagnosing the problem, finding the biblical solution, and applying the divine balm with pastoral thoughtfulness, we are pleased to offer the Church a little booklet that has already been used by many to find hope and healing. This is a book for seasoned pastors and newly converted Christians, for idealistic students and cynical saints. It is a book for all of us. For at one time or another on this side of heaven, we could all get hit by friendly fire.
ISBN 10: 1556359284
What God Starts, God Completes: Gospel Hope for Hurting People: The Life Lessons of Mike Milton
Dr. Milton writes:
I was supposed to have been aborted… but that is not my identity. I was abandoned, abused, and kidnapped — all before I was five years old… but that is not my identity. I hear folks talk about their identity in terms of their heredity. I am English or I am a Choctaw Indian. I am both of those things, but that is not my identity. Some say, I was adopted or I was orphaned or My father was a drunk and my mother insane, and that is their identity. I could, myself, use those phrases to describe my life… but that is not my identity. I was divorced and I lost my kids and I made some terrible choices are all monikers that some use to describe their essential personhood… but not me, even though I could utter those hard confessions to you now…
Leaving a Career to Follow a Call: A Vocational Guide to the Ordained Ministry
This book will be of great value to those in a first career, seeking guidance as they struggle with a call to the ordained ministry. It should also be of assistance to those already on their way to or in theological seminary. The author, a former Fortune 500 organization manager who “left his career to follow the Call” provides a roadmap, filled with Scripture, personal experiences and practical advice.
Authentic Christianity and the Life of Freedom: Expository Messages from Galatians
Following Ben: Expository Preaching as the Power for Frail Followers of Pulpit Giants (Faith for Living)
Cooperation Without Compromise: Faithful Gospel Witness in a Pluralistic Setting
Giving as an Act of Worship: Faith for Living
Oh, the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus: Expository Messages from John 17
ISBN 10: 159752218X
The Demands of Discipleship: Expository Messages from Daniel
When Heaven Came Down
When Heaven Came Down came as an encouragement from a colleague at RTS to write a song about the Incarnation. That one song led to a wonderful time of reflecting and composing 14 other new songs for Advent and Christmas. The album reflects the moods of Christmas, seeks to convey the glorious truths of Christmas, and, finally, prays for a sense of awe and wonder of Almighty God coming down from heaven to His own creation, in the throne room of a cattle shed. From simple ballads to orchestral movements to English madrigals, the album seeks to draw the listener in to the holy splendor of the season that hits our hearts more than any other. 100% of the CD sales go to support scholarships at RTS to produce more heralds to tell the divine story. May God bless all who hear and may all who hear find wonder.
List Price: 12.99
Through the Open Door
Music for Missions is proud to be distributing Michael Milton’s new album, Through the Open Door. Now with three albums under his belt, Milton has taken his song writing and vocal performance to a new level. Through the Open Door continues in the style of Milton’s previous works as an album which blends folk, bluegrass, rock, and gospel music. Milton uses images of American life to tie the heart of man to spiritual realities such as the sovereignty of God, our sin and it’s ramifications, our redemption in Christ, and the hope of eternity with God. Michael Card appears on lead and backing vocals on the song “God is Calling Faithful Men,” a song Milton wrote about the high calling of serving Christ as an under-shepherd over the flock of God.
List Price: $12.50
Follow Your Call
The newest CD from Michael Milton. This CD includes 11 new songs about the struggles and joys of the Chritian life.
List Price: $15.00
He Shall Restore
This CD takes the listener through the amazing life-journey of Michael Anthony Milton. Many of the songs are the by-products of Milton’s own sermon preparation and is a testimony to the unfailing love and sovereign hand of God. Musically He Shall Restore leaves no stone unturned. Folk, Blue Grass, Classical, Gospel, and Americana Rock & Roll all make an appearance. Milton’s ability to jump from genre to genre without missing a beat makes the variety seamless.
High points of the CD are Milton’s soothing and sometimes haunting voice as well as his songwriting which, in the same manner as his preaching, hits the human heart deep.The CD features the Adonia String Trio as well as the renowned Fred Schendel on piano, organ, drums, electric guitar, backing vocals and acoustic guitar.
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