On every gravestone in the world there are two dates. One recounts the day the person was born, the other when they died. Yet between those two dates dwells a dash that represents the entire sum of the persons life — and it is in this dash Richard D. McCormack has dedicated his life to helping people in need.
Born in California and reared in the southwest, Richard has been part of many cultures. Growing up the second son of a “preacher-man,” he has seen the good and bad that ministry has to offer. After seeing the devastation of abuse to his fifteen month old daughter he has tried to help others find peace in their struggles.
A graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Wort, he has been the pastor of four churches, two of which he started. Today, Richard is the pastor of First Baptist Church, Dunsmuir, California. He is also a prolific author of devotions, articles, and books to help people overcome their struggles.
Richard is the author of several books including "All or Nothing," "Does This Christian Thing Work?," and "It Is Well . . .," which is about one family devotion to see God and understand His love as their life cycles through the repeating phases of tragedy and hope.
Richard is also a noted classical portrait photographer and photojournalist. His work has appeared in magazines and papers around the world.
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Quiet Talks on Service
"Quiet Talks on Service" is the third volume as part of a series that looks at the elements of the Christian life in the way of service, power, prayer, and living. Gordon explores the need for spiritual discipline in the Christian walk. Gordon, who served as the assistant secretary of the YMCA in Philadelphia for two years, believed it is necessary to live what the average Christian believes.
The Pursuit of God
We are thrilled to offer the greatest devotional book of all time, A. W. Tozer's classic, "The Pursuit of God." This edition is published free so more people can experience the richness of this wonderful work. Written by 'The last modern day prophet', "The Pursuit of God" challenges every reader to examine their walk with God.
Cur Deus Homo
Why the God-man?
This has been the question for thousands of years and here in Anselm's best work the question is answered.
The Bondage of the Will
By Richard McCormack
Published: October 2, 2012.
"The Bondage of the Will" is a must for anyone who is interested in the fundamental doctrines of the Reformation with particular interest in justification by faith alone. "The Bondage of the Will" is a brilliant and captivating discourse to Erasmus of Rotterdam against his treaty on free-will called “The Diatribe on Free-will.”
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