Nordskog Publishing Inc.
Nordskog entered the book publishing industry in 2006, specializing in Christian books in a new series of “Meaty, Tasty, and Easily Digestible Theological Offerings.” The company plans on publishing children’s books, devotional and inspirational novels, books about heroes of the faith and of the founding of the nation, and other Christian heroes in history (His Story). The primary mission of Nordskog Publishing is to enhance the spiritual growth and understanding of God’s Laws and truth through the Holy Scriptures.
Power Boat MagazineFor 37 years Nordskog Publishing was engaged in the boating publishing industry, as premier publisher of "the world’s leading performance boating magazine", Powerboat Magazine, founded in 1968 by Bob Nordskog and Jerry Nordskog, which grew two small black & white West Coast boat racing magazines into the world’s leading performance boating magazine. The magazine was sold in mid-2005 at the peak of its success in the boating industry.
The Nordskog family, Robert A. Nordskog (deceased) and his wife Elinor have been in business since 1951; with Jerry joining full time in 1958, and his wife Gail in 1990. They were world leaders in the design and manufacture of airline galleys and related in-flight food service equipment for 42 years (Nordskog Industries, Inc.) They were recognized as “the big name in airline galleys” by Air Transport magazine, and Robert A. Nordskog holds many patents and design innovations in that industry.
The corporation also founded and operated Nordco Products, a leading USA aircraft ground support equipment engineering and manufacturing business from 1967 through 1981, as well as International Flight Service, and also owned Nordskog Marine Center during the fifties and sixties, and owned a professional soccer team (winning three national championships) in the seventies - eighties (The Los Angeles Skyhawks). Bob Nordskog founded Nordskog Competition Center and Nordskog Racing in the mid-1960’s. He became a record-setting powerboat race promoter, and powerboat racer (holding more offshore boat racing wins than anyone in history) and was inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame (Novi, MI) on June 4, 1997.
From 1987 through 2000, Gerald Christian (Jerry) Nordskog also published The Bell Ringer, a national quarterly journal discussing geo-political issues of the day and emphasizing the founding of America on Biblical principles and Christian values and precepts.
Now, Jerry & Gail Nordskog are concentrating on moral and ethical books to advance the gospel of Jesus Christ and His kingdom principles throughout the United States of America, the first Christian Constitutional Republic in the history of the world. Books are soon planned to be distributed in Australia and China, and eventually worldwide.
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Worship Not the Creature: Animal Rights and the Bible
by J. Y. Jones
The most forthright and engaging presentation of the Biblical view of animals in print. J. Y. Jones, long an accomplished physician, scholar, writer, outdoorsman, hunter, and man of God, is uniquely qualified to offer his cutting-edge treatment of this controversial topic. Don’t let the down-to-earth, diverting and friendly style fool you. Just as America’s wise Founding Fathers discovered latent
Rebuilding America: The Biblical Blueprint
by Ralph Drollinger
This practical how-to book explores an important Biblical principle for restoring a nation, with an insight and perspective from Scripture that many have not considered. If you are concerned about the direction of America and what the Bible has to say about reforming a nation, then this is an important read for you. The perspective and strategy may surprise you.
John Brown of Priesthill: Historic Heroism in an Ordinary Scottish Life
by Whitney Hobson Craig
We love our popular heroes—tough, strong, adventuring fellows, with lives full of daring exploits. The obscure Scottish Covenanter John Brown of Priesthill is a hero of a different kind. Like the early Christian martyrs of the Roman Empire who would rather suffer and die than deny their God, John Brown stood firmly for the life and liberty found only in the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Fear of God: A Forgotten Doctrine
by Arnold L. Frank
In The Fear of God, Dr. Frank sets out to revitalize a doctrine that in times past—from the Biblical era to the founding of America—has empowered and emboldened Christians to lead lives that distinguished them among their peers as godly and productive.
Brave Boys of Derry or No Surrender!
by W. S. Martin
Rev. Christopher Hoops, Founding Theology Editor for NPI, stumbled on this little book republished by the Mourne Missionary Trust in 1986 but long since out-of-print, and made it a valued addition to his library. . . . It was his fervent wish that this be republished and made available to another generation of youth. With his characteristic charm and in that hope, he bequeathed his treasured rare
by H. L. Richardson
There were pioneers who figured out the real nature of politics and won many battles for their principles. Bill Richardson of California is one of those pioneers. . . . [Here] he shares an enormous number of lessons he has learned. . . . The book is fun to read, and conservatives who study it and follow Bill’s advice will win a lot more battles in the future. — Morton Blackwell
Faith on Earth? When the Son of Man Cometh, Shall He Find Faith on Earth?
by Lou Poumakis
Lou Poumakis's book begins with Christ’s question, “When the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” (Lk. 18:8). Faith is a big term. It means understanding that God is our great Father, Lord, and Redeemer. Faith defers to God in all things. Lou does an excellent job of stimulating our thinking of the world on Christ’s terms.
The Virgin Mary in the Light of the Word of God
by Dr. Labib Mikhail & Nasser Farag (translator)
The Virgin Mary in the Light of the Word of God fills a tremendous need for a concise, elegant, Biblical treatment of Mary. Dr. Labib gives Mary her due full honor while fending off the many faith-damaging myths perpetuated about her. It is a straightforward declaration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ that leads to the eternal and abundant life our God always intended for humankind.
Thy Will Be Done: When All Nations Call God Blessed
by Ronald W. Kirk
The world cries out for an imaginative but realistic Biblical guide to the life foreshadowed in Christ's model prayer. Here is no foolish utopia but rather a powerful depiction of a sinful world redeemed and transformed by Christ this side of eternity, as suggested by the prophets. A lifetime study provides the fuel for this thoughtful extended, everyman essay.
The Battle of Lexington: A Sermon and Eyewitness Narrative
by Jonas Clark
Who fired “the shot heard round the world” that fateful morning of April 19, 1775? Who were those brave men who stood against the best-trained army in the world? This book contains Jonas Clark’s Sermon from the one-year anniversary of the Battle of Lexington, and his eye-witness accounting of the event. Also included are historical poems, including Paul Revere's Ride by H. W. Longfellow.
A Whole New World: The Gospel According to Revelation
by Greg Uttinger
Mr. Greg Uttinger provides the tool necessary for wondering, intimidated, or blank-minded Christians who think that the Revelation is limited to Greek scholars or those waiting until their octogenarian years before devoting themselves to its study. Although far more than a mere grid, Mr. Uttinger’s book provides a framework by which we can read the entirety of the Revelation with profit.
The Kingdom of the Rings
by Duane R. Lindberg, PhD
"Lindberg’s saga spans nearly a millennium beginning with the last of the Crusades to nineteenth-century Norse immigrants to America’s cultural acclimatization including the struggle to maintain their faith in an increasingly hostile climate…A connecting thread throughout the saga…three interlocking golden Rings.” – John Eidsmoe
The White Knight, the Lost Kingdom, and the Sea Princess
by Judy Carlson
Prince Lael must prove his strength and loyalty when challenged by an insidious enemy, and fight for the freedom of the lost kingdom. Clara and Ian, two kids from Minnesota, will join the adventure to free a captive Sea Princess, battle evil, and overcome lurking temptations. They will meet the legendary White Knight and along the way gain wisdom, love, and friendships.
Certain Victory! The Biblical View of the Future
by Dr. Francis Nigel Lee
Have you ever wondered how the "end times" will unfold? Should we be fearful of what lies ahead? Lee brings his meticulous scholarship, thorough knowledge of Scripture, and sheer exuberance to bear in this densely packed, sometimes controversial, eschatological analysis. Published posthumously, this work is a tribute to the extraordinary mind of Rev. Professor-Emeritus Francis Nigel Lee.
West Oversea: A Norse Saga of Mystery, Adventure and Faith
by Lars Walker
King Olaf Trygvesson is dead, but his sisters husband, Erling Skjalgsson, carries on his dream of a Christian Norway that preserves its traditional freedoms. Rather than do a dishonorable deed, Erling relinquishes his power and lands. He and his household board ships and sail west to find a new life with Leif Eriksson in Greenland.
Let Us Pray!: Study of The Lord's Prayer and Other Bible Prayer
by Dr. Francis Nigel Lee
Prayer gives us access to God Who is limitless in wisdom and resources. The Lord’s Prayer is the gem of all prayers, and Let Us Pray! displays many of its marvelous facets. Nigel Lee, was himself a man of prayer, and his book makes prayer tangible and doable, it will surely deepen and enrich your whole life by enlarging and focusing your prayer life.
by Philip Stott
Biblical science fiction. What was it like before Noah’s flood? Heart-racing adventure—a bronto-infested floating forest–a scream, a devastating crash—heavens threaten, the earth trembles—existence is in question..
Close to His Heart
by Leonora Pruner
Historical romance in 18th century England. The longing for a loving, faith-minded spouse is shattered unless they can forgive each other. Leaves readers with a sense of joyful hope.
In the Aerie of the Wolf
by Leonora Pruner
An uplifting novel from the author of Close to His Heart. Leonora Pruner has a gift for storytelling. Its 18th century England, Anne is betrothed to a man she's never met, arrives at the home of Lord Wolverton, Master of the Wolf's Aerie. Mysteries and challenges await her. Biblical wisdom and guidance sustain her. Honor, integrity, and faithfulness preserve her. True love, danger, betrayal.
by Jonathan Williams
Written by an Xtreme Team missionary. Jonah moves from desperation to an incomparable Peruvian adventure, discovering through trials and tragedy how to begin life anew. You won’t put it down.
The Book That Made America: How the Bible Formed Our Nation
by Jerry Newcombe
All that is positive in the foundation of our country can be traced back to the Scriptures. Recently, President Obama declared that American is not a Christian nation, while Newsweek announced the demise of Christian America. This book is the answer to America's critics with the facts of history. Very readable; Fully footnoted.
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