Books from CWR Press
A Taste of Grace $5.00 — A Taste of Grace is an easy-to-read page-turning exploration of God’s amazing grace, demonstrated and illustrated by the teachings of Jesus. A Taste of Grace reveals God’s grace as irreconcilably opposed to the core values and beliefs of institutionalized religion. A Taste of Grace reveals God’s grace to be an absurd and foolish sentiment that doesn’t add up to the human mind.
Rejecting Religion—Embracing Grace $5.00 — Join Greg Albrecht as he examines what Jesus has to say about the kingdom of religion, through an eye-opening study of Jesus’ sermon in Matthew 23. Jesus uses words like woe, hypocrites, blind, greedy, self-indulgent, unclean, desolate, hell and snakes to describe the religious industry, its professionals and the consequences it brings into the lives of those it “serves.” But the kingdom of heaven, in stark contrast to the oppressive kingdom of religion, is a spiritual dimension of freedom and peace. Rejecting Religion—Embracing Grace affirms the ultimate victory of God’s grace—even as the relentless waves of his grace will eventually erode and cover the shifting sands of religion like the waters cover the sea.
Spiritual Soup for the Hungry Soul –Volume 1 $5.00 — Greg’s fifth book is a collection of 48 carefully selected messages Greg has previously given at Christianity Without the Religion. With nearly 400 compelling and inspiring pages, this is the most substantial of Greg’s books to date, so while you may be tempted to read it all at once—we recommend reading a little at a time. Spiritual Soup for the Hungry Soul makes a great devotional or a companion to other studies and resources you may use as you journey through the year.
Spiritual Soup for the Hungry Soul –Volume 2 $5.00 — A second collection of 48 sermons previously given at the teaching ministry of Christianity Without the Religion. Another superb resource enabling the reader to consider timely messages for every week of the year.
Spiritual Soup for the Hungry Soul –Volume 3 $5.00 — Here is a third collection of 48 sermons previously given at the teaching ministry of Christianity Without the Religion. Another superb resource enabling the reader to consider timely messages for every week of the year.
Unplugging From Religion…Connecting With God $5.00 — Get ready to know God who loves you more than you have ever imagined! Get ready to discover how you can break free from religious shackles and embrace God’s unconditional no-matter-what love for you.
Between Religious Rocks and Life’s Hard Places $5.00 — Greg answers 101 questions about Christianity and the Bible. From prayer to prophecy, from sin to salvation, from tithing to the Trinity—you’ll come away from this book equipped with the tools and methodology to face life’s spiritual issues grounded in God’s grace.
Revelation Revolution—the Overlooked Message of the Apocalypse $5.00 — is a revolution in the way that many have been trained and taught to think about biblical prophecy. Revelation Revolution is a grace-based, Christ-centered exploration of the biblical book of Revelation. Join many others in beginning to understand what the Bible’s most misunderstood book really means.
Bad News Religion—the Virus That Attacks God’s Grace $5.00 — A guide to the most dangerous spiritual virus of the 21st century—the deadly virus of religious legalism—the idea that you can do something that will make God more pleased with you. Bad News Religion shows you how to spot legalism and tells how to identify healthy, Christ-centered, grace-based Christianity.
By Monte Wolverton
The Remnant $5.00 — In the year 2069 the Apocalypse came and went, but Jesus didn’t show up, as some expected. Instead, a cataclysmic war, natural disasters and pandemics cut earth’s population by 90 percent. Now, in 2131, a totalitarian government rules the world from the magnificent capitol of Carthage, Tunisia. Blamed for igniting the war, all religion and religious books have been banned. Citizens who practice religion are sent to work camps. Grant Cochrin, imprisoned in a bleak petroleum camp in North Dakota, hears rumors of isolated Christian communities in the lawless Wilderness areas of North America. Grant leads his family and friends in a daring escape from their work camp to embark on a long and dangerous quest for a utopian Christian community. The main guide in their search is a single Bible page—a remnant of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount handed down from Grant’s grandparents.
Chasing 120—A Story of Food, Faith, Fraud and the Pursuit of Longevity $5.00 — While some may have differing opinions regarding whether they would want to live to be 120 years old. Perpetually grinning, fast-talking Texas adman-turned preacher Dr. Tyler Belknap promises health and longevity to a cult following via his nationally televised daily infomercial programs. The meteoric success of Belknap’s Wellness 120 empire is fueled by “the pursuit of longevity,” touted by Belknap as a biblically-based promise of 120 healthy years for those who follow his regimen and purchase his nutritional products.
By Grant Corriveau
Uplift: A Pilot’s Journey $10.00 — Take off with Captain Grant Corriveau in “Uplift – A Pilot’s Journey.” During your flight you will be fascinated by many true stories shared by Grant as he invites you to experience his life-long journey of discoveries. Captain Grant will reveal, through his story and rise in the ranks in the aviation industry, culminating in the pilot’s seat in the cockpit, that not everything we need in life is learned in classes and training seminars. “Uplift” is everyone’s journey, told through the eyes and experiences of one pilot’s career – one pilot’s journey. Come along for the ride and you will be uplifted.
By Brad Jersak
A More Christlike God: A More Beautiful Gospel $18.00 — What is God like? A punishing judge? A doting grandfather? A deadbeat dad? A vengeful warrior? ‘Believers’ and atheists alike typically carry and finally reject the toxic images of God in their own hearts and minds. Even the Christian gospel has repeatedly lapsed into a vision of God where the wrathful King must be appeased by his victim Son. How do such ‘good cop/bad cop’ distortions of the divine arise and come to dominate churches and cultures? What if God has always been and forever will be ‘cruciform’ (cross-shaped) in his character and actions?