Books

If you would like a copy of any of these books, please contact us at: RandyBooth.gcc@gmail.com

  • THE BIBLICAL CASE FOR INFANT BAPTISM

    Written by Pastor Booth in 1995, as a baptist pastor he had put off an in-depth study of infant baptism for years. He then felt his heart sink as he had many of his long-held beliefs challenged by Scripture. His heart soon rose again as he began to see the beauty of the biblical doctrine of covenant baptism. What could prompt him to change his views? Children of the Promise explains his theological struggle and journey. "Excellent...the most helpful discussion I have seen for the general reader." -Greg L. Bahnsen. This is a great introduction to the broader subject of covenant theology.


  • "In this book Pastor Randy Booth and Pastor RIch Lusk set marriage and family in the context of the church, showing how putting the church first enables the family to bear a rich harvest in culture, education, missions, and more.


    "It is the fashion of our day to accommodate the church to the desires and designs of the family. But, according to Randy Booth and Rich Lusk in this important new book, it is a far better and more Biblical enterprise to rather fit the family for the church. This very practical application of Scriptural ecclesiology is of vital importance -- indeed, it is a beacon light to pierce the fog of fashion. I gratefully commend it." 

    --Pastor George Grant. Parich Presbyterian Church in Franklin, TN

  • EXAMINING THE BIBLICAL DOCTRINE OF COVENANT SUCCESSION

  • AND OTHER ESSAYS ON CHRISTIAN RELATIONSHIPS

    By Jim Wilson


  • THE GRACE OF COVENANT RENEWAL WORSHIP

    By Jeffrey J. Meyers

  • ESSAYS ON CHURCH LIFE

    By Douglas Wilson

  • GOSPEL LIVING FOR COUPLE

    By Douglas Wilson

  • A HANDBOOK ON BIBLICAL CHILDREARING

    By Douglas Wilson

  • ANSWERS IN AN HOUR

    By Douglas Wilson

  • DEFENDING AND CLARIFYING THE BIBLE'S MESSAGE ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY

    By James R. White and Jeffrey D. Niell

  • MEDITATIONS ON FRIENDSHIP AND HOSPITALITY

    By Steve Wilkins