Completed Works

Twelve Ordinary Men by John MacArthur

In Twelve Ordinary Men, you are taken into the inner circle of the disciples—their selection, their training, their personalities, their impact. As you get to know the men who walked with Jesus, you’ll see that if He can accomplish His purposes through them, He can do the same through you.

The Exemplary Husband by Stuart Scott

The Exemplary Husband is a biblical blueprint for the mandate God has given to husbands in their commitment to love their wives, even as Christ loved the church. Its goal is to assist husbands toward purposeful and lasting Christlikeness for the glory of God.  The companion student and teacher’s guide makes it very suitable for individual study, men's small group Bible studies or a men’s class within a church setting.
The Excellent Wife  by Martha Peace

Who is an excellent wife? What is she like? The Excellent Wife uses scripture to help answer many of the difficult questions facing wives today. The book’s biblical principles and scripturally based insights will be an encouragement as you strive to become a wife that gives God glory with your marriage. With a companion study and teachers manual, this book is perfect to study on an individual basis, as well in a small group or women’s class at church.
The Book on Leadership by John MacArthur

In September 2010, The Book on Leadership became the first work of John MacArthur legally published in Mainland China. In this book, John explores the life of the ultimate Christian leader, the apostle Paul, and uses Scripture to take on the common myths about what a leader really is and does. This is a great resource for not only developing leadership, but also knowing how to recognize godly leadership. This book details 26 characteristics of true leadership from the life and ministry of the Apostle Paul.
The Miracle of Christmas by John MacArthur
Although Christmas is becoming increasingly popular in China, the truth regarding the birth of Jesus Christ is unknown by millions. This book presents the truth of Christmas in such a way that the reader must decide how he will respond to the person of Christ. In The Miracle of Christmas, John MacArthur looks at the manger from a fresh perspective. He takes the reader beyond the tender scene of the manger and unfolds deep truths that explain the truth at the foundation of Christmas.

Treasures in the Snow, Where the River Begins, and Twice Freed by Patricia St. John

Works of Christian fiction that illustrates the gospel. Patricia St. John (1919-1993) was a nurse, missionary and author. She earned a nursing degree at St. Thomas' Hospital in London in 1946. In the early 1950's she moved to Tangier, Morocco where she served as a missionary nurse for 27 years.