Pro Ecclesia Publishers are dedicated to the promotion of good Christian Literature to the glory of the Lord God.
We were founded in January 1981, and based in Armadale in Western Australia.
We were originally set-up primarily to serve the members of the Free Reformed Churches in Australia. Our publications (and other books sold by us) are now available to the wider community.
We publish a variety of books including but not limited to publications about the following subjects:
the reformed confessions.
Books are either written by members of our churches, or are translated into the English language (usually from Dutch).
Does God repent? The Scriptures appear to contradict themselves. For example, in Genesis 6 we read that God grieve because He had made Man. Yet in Numbers 23 it is said God is not a man that He should lie, that He should repent. How do we resolve this?
This book, based on historical facts, relates what happened in Rome in the summer of 64AD. We meet Quintus, a typical Roman boy, who through a number of ordeals experienced the grace of God. He and the small Christian community face the terrible deeds of Emperor Nero in the aftermath of the great fire of Rome in 64AD.
A book for Christians who want the biblical message to be their guide on their journey through life. A guide to knowing God as He has revealed Himself in his Word (John 17:3). This book outlines what Christians believe, bringing it across in the language of today. Suitable for various uses, such as Bible study groups, pre/post-confession courses and personal Bible study.
The ministry of John the Baptist remains very relevant for our day and age. The forerunner had to prepare the people for the coming of the Messiah. He had much work to do, since the people had wandered far from the ways of the Lord.
His ministry still reforms the life of the church and brings true reformation in all areas of life.
This book covers the life of Elisha, prophet of God in Northern Kingdom of Israel, during the reigns of Kings Jorum, Jehu, Jehoahaz and Jehoash.
It is based on the Old Testament books of the Kings, showing how God cares for his covenant children, with strong messages for today's Christians.
The Holy Roman Empire, led by Philip II of Spain, was persecuting the Protestants, and William I of Orange, revolted against this harsh rule in the Eighty Year War.
This is a story about a surprise attack by the Spanish army on Sluis, a small city in a southern coastal province of The Low Countries, now known as The Netherlands.