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Jerry B(ruce) Jenkins (1949) - Writings

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You CAN Get thru to Teens, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1973.

Sammy Tippit: God's Love in Action, as Told to Jerry B. Jenkins, Broadman (Nashville, TN), 1973.

VBS Unlimited, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1974.

(With Hank Aaron and Stan Baldwin) Bad Henry, Chilton (Radnor, PA), 1974.

The Story of the Christian Booksellers Association, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1974.

(With Pat Williams) The Gingerbread Man: Pat Williams Then and Now, Lippincott (Philadelphia, PA), 1974.

Stuff It: The Story of Dick Motta, Toughest Little Coach in the NBA, Chilton (Radnor, PA), 1975.

(With Sammy Tippit) Three behind the Curtain, Whitaker House (New Kensington, PA), 1975.

(With Paul Anderson) The World's Strongest Man, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1975, expanded edition published as A Greater Strength, Revell (Old Tappan, NJ), 1990.

(With Madeline Manning Jackson) Running for Jesus, Word (Dallas, TX), 1977.

(With Walter Payton) Sweetness, Contemporary Books (Chicago, IL), 1978.

(With Sammy Tippit) You, Me, He, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1978.

(With B. J. Thomas) Home Where I Belong, Word (Dallas, TX), 1978.

Light on the Heavy: A Simple Guide to Understanding Bible Doctrines, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1978.

(With Sammy Tippit) Reproduced by Permission of the Author, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1979.

The Luis Palau Story, Revell (Old Tappan, NJ), 1980.

The Night the Giant Rolled Over, Word (Dallas, TX), 1981.

(With Pat Williams) The Power within You, Westminster (Philadelphia, PA), 1983.

(With Robert Flood) The Men Behind Moody, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1984.

(With Robert Flood) Teaching the Word, Reaching the World, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1985.

(With Pat Williams) Rekindled: How to Keep the Warmth in Marriage, Revell (Old Tappan, NJ), 1985.

(With Pat and Jill Williams) Keep the Fire Glowing, Revell (Old Tappan, NJ), 1985.

(With Meadowlark Lemon) Meadowlark, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1987.

(With Pat Williams and Jill Williams) Kindling: Daily Devotions for Busy Couples, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1987.

The Operative (novel), Harper & Row (New York, NY), 1987.

A Generous Impulse: The Story of George Sweeting, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1987.

Carry Me: Christine Wyrtzen's Discoveries on the Journey into God's Arms, as Told to Jerry B. Jenkins, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1988.

(With Larry and Diane Mayfield) Baby Mayfield, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1989.

Hedges: Loving Your Marriage Enough to Protect It, Wolgemuth & Hyatt (Brentwood, TN), 1989, expanded edition, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1993.

(With Deanna McClary) Commitment to Love, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1989.

(With Orel Hershiser) Out of the Blue, Wolgemuth & Hyatt (Brentwood, TN), 1989.

(With Pat Williams and Jill Williams) Just Between Us, Revell (Tarrytown, NY), 1991.

(With Joe J. Gibbs) Joe Gibbs: Fourth and One, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1991.

Twelve Things I Want My Kids to Remember Forever, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1991.

The Rookie (novel), Wolgemuth & Hyatt (Brentwood, TN), 1991, published as The Youngest Hero, Warner Books (New York, NY), 2002.

(With Nolan Ryan) Miracle Man: Nolan Ryan, the Autobiography, Word (Dallas, TX), 1992.

(With William Gaither) I Almost Missed the Sunset: My Perspectives on Life and Music, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1992.

The Deacon's Woman and Other Portraits (fiction), Moody (Chicago, IL), 1992.

(Editor) Families: Practical Advice from More than Fifty Experts, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1993.

(With George J. Thompson) Verbal Judo: The Gentle Art of Persuasion, Morrow (New York, NY), 1993.

Winning at Losing, Moody (Chicago, IL), 1993.

Life Flies When You're Having Fun, Victor Books (Wheaton, IL), 1993.

(With Sammy Tippit) No Matter What the Cost: An Autobiography, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1993.

As You Leave Home: Parting Thoughts from a Loving Parent, Focus on the Family (Colorado Springs, CO), 1993.

(With Gary Almy and Carol Tharp Almy) Addicted Recovery, Harvest House (Eugene, OR), 1994.

Still the One: Tender Thoughts from a Loving Spouse, Focus on the Family (Colorado Springs, CO), 1995.

And Then Came You: The Hopes and Dreams of Loving Parents, Focus on the Family (Colorado Springs, CO), 1996.

The Neighborhood's Scariest Woman, ("Toby Andrews and The Junior Deputies" series), Moody (Chicago, IL), 1996.

The East Side Bullies ("Toby Andrews and The Junior Deputies" series), Moody (Chicago, IL), 1996.

(With Brett Butler) Field of Hope: An Inspiring Autobiography of a Lifetime of Overcoming Odds, Nelson (Nashville, TN), 1997.

(With William Gaither) Homecoming: The Story of Southern Gospel Music through the Eyes of Its Best-Loved Performers, Zondervan (Grand Rapids, MI), 1997.

'Twas the Night Before, Viking (New York, NY), 1998.

(With Tim F. LaHaye) Are We Living in the End Times?, Tyndale House (Wheaton, IL), 1999.

Though None Go with Me (novel), Zondervan (Grand Rapids, MI), 2000.

Hometown Legend, Warner Books (New York, NY), 2001.

(With Tim F. LaHaye) Perhaps Today: Living Every Day in the Light of Christ's Return, Tyndale House (Wheaton, IL), 2001.

(With Tim F. LaHaye and Norman B. Rohrer) These Will Not Be Left Behind: Incredible Stories of Lives Transformed after Reading the "Left Behind" Novels, Tyndale House (Wheaton, IL), 2003.

(With Tim F. LaHaye) The Promise of Heaven, Harvest House (Eugene, OR), 2003.

(With Tim F. LaHaye) God Always Keeps His Promises, Harvest House (Eugene, OR), 2003.

Soon: The Beginning of the End, Tyndale House (Wheaton, IL), 2003.

(With Tim F. LaHaye) Jesus and the Hope of His Coming, Harvest House (Eugene, OR), 2004.

(With Tim F. LaHaye and Chris Fabry) A Kid's Guide to Understanding the End Times, Harvest House (Eugene, OR), 2004.

(With Tim F. LaHaye) Jesus Is Coming Soon, Harvest House (Eugene, OR), 2004.

Also author of Off the Map, 1991. Contributor to periodicals, including Moody Monthly, Power, Contact, Coronet, Saturday Evening Post, and Campus Life.

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