Books by Xenos Leaders

Colossians: Christ Over All; Christ in You

By: Gary DeLashmutt

Through the book of Colossians, Paul explores the significance of Jesus’ work and its impact on Christians seeking to follow God. Gary steps you through each passages' meaning, and helps you mine the treasure--valuable to helping new Christians become grounded and older Christians find nourishment and motivation. 

Organic Discipleship

By: Dennis McCallum and Jessica Lowery

Dennis and Jessica have used personal disciplemaking to raise up scores of Christian leaders. Those leaders have raised up hundreds. Speaking from their fifty years combined experience in Xenos Christian Fellowship (where over 250 home churches have been planted) the authors explain in practical and biblical terms how anyone can raise up disciples. Get a free study guide to read and discuss with a friend or group. Supplementary material, including the appendices is also available.

New! Searching for Wisdom: Finding the Father in Proverbs

By: Conrad Hilario

It’s easy to miss when you read the book of Proverbs: Solomon addresses his children, dozens of times. Since he fathered an untold number of children, Solomon chose to write them a collection of his wise observations they could all read whenever they had time. This timeless wise message from a father to his child is just as relevant today as it ever was.

New! Endless Hope or Hopeless End

By: James Rochford

This incredibly accessible book brings a complicated subject within the easy grasp of the average reader. Bible prophecy and eschatology lead to endless debates among interpreters. Here, examine all the main schools of thought and how they get their conclusions. For more advance readers, extensive footnotes offer documentation and further reading.​ 

Liberation: Follow the Book of Hebrews to a Life of Radical Grace

By: Dennis McCallum

In similar fashion to Walking in Victory, McCallum’s step-by-step treatment of Romans 5-8, Liberation guides readers through Hebrews with clear exposition, engaging illustrations and relevant application. He tackles key differences between law and grace, how Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament ritual system, how to understand Israel’s history and the importance of Christian community. Its union of accessibility and depth make it a perfect tool for cell groups, discipleship or personal study.​

New! Too Good to Be True

By: James Rochford

James Rochford masterfully combines depth of content with clarity of communication. He delivers material that is both useful and easily readable to people with a wide variety of background knowledge and interest. A seeker with no background in Christianity will likely see many questions answered and assumptions challenged, while a long-time reader of theology will gain some new insights as well. Get the free audio book at!

Constructive Suffering Workbook

By: Amy Moreno and Lee Campbell

While the Bible does not promise a trouble-free life, it does provide ways for us to be prepared for difficulty. The Constructive Suffering Workbook is a resource to help you understand more about suffering and what God might be accomplishing through it. It’s a mixture of exercises and thought-provoking questions, along with Biblical insights into the nature of suffering. While it can be worked through individually, it would also be an excellent resource for a group study.

Evidence Unseen

By: James Rochford

As Christians, we shouldn't be defensive about our beliefs, but we should learn to intelligently defend our faith. James Rochford offers accessible thinking on the popular attacks against the Christian worldview. With simple and direct language and clever illustrations, this is a great book to give to a spiritual seeker or a skeptic; a doubting Christian or to study in a small group.

Members of One Another: How to build a biblical ethos into your church

By: Dennis McCallum

"In this training manual for church leaders, McCallum discusses something far more important for local churches than methods, structures or gimmicks: "ethos." If you can build ethos into your group they will be ready to handle any obstacle and continue to thrive, regardless of your church model." - Ken MacGillivray, Hopedale Church

Get the free study guide to read and discuss with a friend or in a group.

Discovering God: Exploring the Possibilities of Faith

By: Dennis McCallum

For people interested in the question of whether we can know God, this book steps you through basic ways to pursue your exploration. Learn how a dozen lines of converging evidence add up to a powerful argument for God. This book is for thinking, open-minded people. Download the free study guide to read and discuss with a friend or group. 

Satan and His Kingdom: What the Bible Says, and How it Matters to You

By: Dennis McCallum

This study of God's enemy and ours is comprehensive and avoids extremism. “We have long needed a lucid, biblically sound presentation of spiritual warfare and the satanic kingdom. This is it, and it is both readable and deep. Everyone should read it.” — Grant R. Osborne, PhD, Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Get the free study guide to read with a friend or a group.

Spiritual Love: How to Build Deep Friendships and Marriages under God

By: Dennis McCallum and Gary DeLashmutt

Xenos lead pastors wrote this guide to marriage at a time when scores of couples were struggling with marriage in this large, college and post-college church. Since this book went into use for premarital counseling, marriage failure has become very rare at Xenos. Spiritual Love will revolutionize your thinking about marriage whether you are single or already married. Get the free study guide to discuss with your spouse, a friend, or in a group.

The Death of Truth

By: Dennis McCallum

How should Christians respond to postmodern culture? This guide to the new shift in thinking in America draws from the expertise of nine scholars and communicators from different fields like counseling, education and religion. Check out the free Study Guide for more materials. 

Loving God's Way

By: Gary DeLashmutt

Love means different things to different people, but God has his own view. DeLashmutt used the "one-another" passages in the New Testament to assess what love means when God uses the word.

Walking in Victory

By: Dennis McCallum

A true, grace-oriented study of Romans 5-8, this books urges us to become what we are in Christ. Filled with helpful charts and offering a FREE group Study Guide.

Porn Free: Finding Renewal through Truth and Community

By: Brian Gardner

Millions of Christian men, especially younger men, have become trapped in bondage to sexual lust through the widespread availability of Internet pornography. Learn how the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ revolutionizes our thinking, and transforms our desires to lead us into healthy sexuality. See how living openly and honestly in community frees our hearts from guilt, and satisfies need for true intimacy.

Spiritual Confidence

By: Jessica Lowery

Many of us would love to be less insecure and fearful; and this is something God wants for us as well. As Christians, we may distrust the concept of self-confidence. Rightly so! But what is the alternative? It can't be weakness. When we look to Jesus as an example, we see someone bold in action, in word, and in belief. We have to know that insecurity and humility are not the same. Christians can be secure and bold without being prideful. God is not against confidence; just misplaced confidence. The object of our confidence makes all the difference.

A Death Prolonged

By: Jeff Gordon M.D.

A story that attacks myths that lead to needless suffering and financial waste at the end of life. This fast-paced novel will take you into a hospital where you will witness the duel tragedy of end-of-life care in America. Elderly people suffer as they receive futile, but painful life-prolonging measures that have a tremendous financial cost. The other tragedy is that many uninsured people cannot afford the most basic health care.