Monday: 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday: 4:15 - 7 p.m.
Sunday: 8:15 a.m. - 1 p.m.; 4:15 - 7 p.m.
The Northland Bookstore is located at Northland's Longwood campus, behind the Welcome Desk. There you can find Christian books, Bibles, music, sermon CDs, artwork, gifts, greeting cards and T-shirts. Special orders can be made if the item you are looking for is not in stock. Remember to shop “your bookstore” first. Many times, we can order what you need and get you a better price. We look forward to resourcing you soon!
Donna Kees, Manager, email@example.com
Elizabeth Klunk, Assistant Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bookstore email, email@example.com
or call (407) 949-7199.
What Every Believer Needs to Know about Satan, Demons, and Spiritual Warfare Our adversary has already been defeated but he seeks to destroy everything good in our lives. It's important that we understand how Satan works and the power that is within us to over come him. One book doesn't meet... (read more)
How do we engage a suffering world with the love of Jesus? Where is God in the midst of tragedy? In light of the recent devastating Colorado shooting, Dr. Hunter addressed in this weekend’s teaching how we can see the world through God's eyes. If you're grappling with questions, these resources... (read more)
This past weekend, Dr. Hunter encouraged us to see our friends as God sees them. We hope these resources encourage you and enrich your friendships further. Practicing the Presence of People by Mike Mason Exploring the vital question, "How do we learn to love?" Mason shows how we can... (read more)
This past weekend, Pastor Joel Hunter spoke to us about seeing Jesus in our family. When we live the redeemed life through Christ, we start to see ourselves and others as God sees them with His glorious purposes in mind. We think these resources can help you see Jesus in your family... (read more)
During services this past weekend, Dr. Hunter reminded us that God has given us the ministry of reconciliation (2 Cor. 5:18). Once God reconciles us to Himself, He wants to reconcile us with others as well. Do you have a relationship with someone that needs repair? The following resources may... (read more)
There was a huge party in Heaven this weekend as many people committed their lives to Christ! If you're a new believer wondering, "what next?" these resources may help you draw closer to God and the glorious plan He has for your new life. "Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new... (read more)
People Who Sing Jesus begins with a mysterious, cosmic, biblical principle: The date on your birth certificate is only partially correct. Your arrival on this planet may have taken place at a precise day and time, but the formation of your life occurred long ago in a pre-Genesis moment.
This book isn’t a “how to” book, but a “why to” book. They chose that emphasis because they believe that if a woman knows why a good relationship matters, she is better equipped to design her role in her relationships in a way that can make those relationships better.
Compact and compelling, I Don’t Do Crazy Anymore brings into focus the picture of who God really is and gives readers a deeper understanding of why He allows difficult people and circumstances into our lives, along with practical advice on how to deal with it all.
Inner State 80 is a collection of inspirational readings by Dr. Joel C. Hunter. The book was developed from a ten-year preaching series designed to help people along on the journey toward spiritual maturity.
What is the church distributed? It's a way to make the most of our differences, connecting individuals and organizations together for long-term support and effectiveness without trying to blur our distinctions.
With A New Kind of Conservative, Dr. Hunter takes a provocative look at how faith and politics have interacted in America, giving civic-minded people a balanced and biblically-based approach to political involvement.