It isn’t about saying “No.” It is about saying “Yes” to the right things. Best Yes explores and illustrates how we can prevent ourselves from becoming overwhelmed, over-committed, and overworked. A tremendous follow up read to Living at Peace in a Stressful World.
One of the first in the modern age of Christian novels and now a classic, This Present Darkness follows the lives of a community and church from the perspective of the physical and spiritual realm exposing angels and demons. It challenges us to see the bigger picture and the spiritual warfare that goes on around us every day. An eye-opening … Read More
Starting on the first day you got paid to scoop ice cream or restock shelves, you’ve had the chance to develop the four elements all great careers have in common: relationships, skills, character, and hustle.Now it’s time to amplify them and apply them in a new way, creating a Career Savings Account™. This is a great read before and during … Read More
Using the launching statement of “So you are ready to change churches?”, Here to There gives ten great and ten terrible reasons to leave a church. In the process, Burrier unfolds the truths of what church should really be to us and what we should be to our church. A Biblical preventative, culture building read.
This is an auto-biographical book about the early, formational years of Lewis’ life, which began with a vaguely religious upbringing, led into devout Atheism, and ended in Christ’s drawing Lewis home. C.S. Lewis was one of the 20th Century’s best story-tellers and he makes this story entertaining and thought-provoking. It has two levels, as straight autobiography, or as a kind … Read More
Fresh Power explores the third person in the Trinity: the Holy Spirit. It is easy to read but edgy as Cymbala urges Christians to abandon their comfort zones in favor of the unpredictable leadings of the Spirit. He challenges modern worship models that have Christians everywhere convinced that worship must be entertaining and inoffensive.
A new, great read that addresses uncertainty in following God. We all want our questions answered life doesn’t come with an instruction manual. How would your life change if you learned to lean into uncertainty instead of waiting on the sidelines for just the right moment or opportunity? A great read for the over-thinker or to spur on someone who … Read More
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