For the Least of These, edited by Bradley and Lindsley, is a book from Zondervan that provides readers with a Biblical answer to poverty.
What if Christians became the best advertisement for Jesus? Irresistible Faith by Scott Sauls gives the tired, cynical world a good reason to reconsider Christianity.
Seven challenges that every leader faces and how to overcome them. Carey Nieuwhof Didn’t See It Coming.
Michael Card unpacks the many dimensions of hesed, often expressed as lovingkindness, covenant faithfulness, or steadfast love.
God Can’t by Thomas Oord gives a believable answer to why a good and powerful God doesn’t prevent evil.
Practicing leadership with a hospitality mindset is the right way–the moral way–to lead people. But when understood properly, hospitable leadership has a radical edge.
This is a guest post from Matthew's wife. As a busy woman herself, she wanted to read a book dedicated to helping her slow down. Do you ever feel “too busy”? Most people would admit they are busier than they should be. In our culture, busyness has been revered as...
The ESV Archaeology Study Bible roots the biblical text in its historical and cultural context, offering readers a framework for better understanding the people, places, and events recorded in Scripture.
Be You. Do Good: Having the Guts to Pursue What Makes You Come Alive. An initiative from Jonathan D. Golden.
The new Illuminated Scripture Journals from Crossway provide a useful, beautiful tool for in-depth personal study and reflection guided by scripture and the Holy Spirit.
Consider having NICOT and NICNT commentaries on your “shelf” (even if it’s a digital shelf) that you can refer to and depend on.
We need a new way to look at the favor of our Lord… that’s what we learn from Kevin Gerald’s book, Good Things.
CMYK shows how life together is not painstaking and perfect, but, in many ways, pain giving and yet remarkably good when lived and worked together.
What’s to fear in being transparent, honest, naked, and raw with those around you? Simcha Natan writes on why we’re afraid of honesty.
The words of Anything by Jennie Allen wrecked my world. It seemed as if she was speaking directly into the situation that I had found myself in for a specific season of life.