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Below you will find a list of recommended reading. Purchasing books through the Christian Book Group link below will help support South Carolina District School of Ministry (SC DSOM).

This book was recommended by Ed Nelson, Executive Secretary-Treasurer

Recommended Reading for Bible Study and Biblical Interpretation

Title: The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time in English
Summary: An indispensable edition of the Bible translated into English from Hebrew for reading the earliest known writings of the Old Testament without depending on their being filtered through the Greek language. These writings approximate the time of the first Greek translation of the Bible from the Hebrew, namely, the Septuagint.
Authors: Abegg, Jr., Martin; Flint, Peter; Ulrich, Eugene, Translators and Commentators. The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time in English. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers, 1999



Essential Guide to Copyright Law for Churches,

Richard Hammar
This is an easy-to-use reference for all the copyright issues churches encounter in the course of their week.

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The Church that Works,

Rick DuBose
What happens when a local church gives itself back to the headship of Jesus Christ? Democracy or theocracy? 





Reaching Single Adults,

Dennis Franck
- An Essential Guide for Ministry.
44 percent of all adults are unmarried, don't miss this huge mission field.



JanetM_ThumbExperiencing God's Plan
Janet Moroney has written a devotional that captures the heart of a generation in desperate need of intimacy with God.

Stones of Remembrance,

Gordon Cashwell
The heart of God has always beat for the streets; wherein are the poor, the brokenhearted, and the captives.