Cease Striving


"Today's world brings ceaseless chanllenges, false messages, and unrealistic expectations that may set us on a course to striving to live the perfect life that is always out of reach. Mendy Clark takes us through an in-depth study of Paul's letter to the Galatians to remind us of the perfecting work of the Spirit in our lives that can lead to a life of peace and rest rather than exhaustion and anxiety. If you are ready to give ups the life of a striver, allow God's Word to do its work in you through this timely study."

     -Terri Stovall, PhD, Dean of Women Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary


In Cease Striving, you will discover why people strive, where it enters into the heart of humanity, what and whom people strive to be, and how it manifests itself in our relationships with both God and humanity. You will also discover that God's work of grace through the gospel of Jesus Christ is the only remedy for such striving. "Cease striving and know that I am God." Psalm 46:10

Created to Bow

Fear. Perfectionism. Control. Do these words describe you, or are they depictions of someone you know? If you truly contemplate these words, you will discover that fear, perfectionism, and control are terms restrictive to God. He, alone, is to be feared, is perfect, and sovereign. 


In Created to Bow, Mendy Clark offers a robust study of Scripture to remind us that the secret to a life free of fear and anxiety is to fully embrace those first words of Scripture, "In the beginning, God." Weaving through the whole of Scriputre, this study will help women trapped in a vicious cycle of trying to do it all, be it all, and control it all to exhale and find peace as she takes her place at the throne of God. A wonderful resource for today's woman. 

       -Terri Stovall, PhD, Dean of Women, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary



Transforming the Heart

The primary goal is to bring about transformation in the heart of the individual and not merely provide information. Although discipleship is a word used by many in the Church, all too often, it is biblically misunderstood, and at times, rarely applied. Commissioned by Christ to make disciples, Transforming the Heart workbook is designed to provide a biblical framework for discipleship and counseling. 


Interwoven throughout the workbook are messages and tools necessary to adequately equip and train both teacher and student to accurately handle God's Word of Truth (2 Tim. 2:15). This workbook was not designed to do alone. It has been created to help aid in the process of one-on-one discipleship.