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.
We take a look at Jeff Bethke’s book, It’s Not What You Think: Why Christianity Is About So Much More Than Going to Heaven When You Die.
I am no stranger to Mark Batterson’s work. In fact, his book The Circle Maker had a drastic influence on my prayer life. Through it, I was encouraged to focus not only simply seeking God about particular items only once, but instead, to continue to circle those items...
The Wondering Years. Through books, television, music, and movies, Knox McCoy found the answers he was searching for about God and why we’re all here.
Thanks to the reminder from the book Rewire Your Heart by David Bowden, I don’t have to stack my good works up anymore to make sure I qualify for Jesus.
The book has ten principles, short and simple chapters, that the Patrick’s believe will help every man to have a happier marriage.
He will do as he pleases with the work of my hands. If it remains hidden, then so be it. He has his reasons.
Our quest to rediscover the biblical flood requires that we set aside our own cultural and interpretive assumptions and visit the distant world of the ancient Near East.
Suffering should be seen as serving a purpose. Paul David Tripp speaks to suffering in his book, Suffering: Gospel Hope When Life Doesn’t Make Sense.
Dare to Ask by Simcha Natan was birthed from the dry place in spiritual growth. God came and showed how to chronicle a journey before helping others learn to dream, to be awakened, and to soar.