March Suggested Book of the Month

SUGGESTED BOOK OF THE MONTH Lord, Teach Me to Pray by John MacArthur This book is “an invitation to intimate prayer” and sidesteps much of the unnecessary mysticism that some writers would ascribe to prayer. Many Christians across our nation view prayer as simply an option and something that is not really necessary except during times of trouble. In easy-to-understand English, John MacArthur shows Christians from The Word of God how it is God’s will […]

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February Suggested Book of the Month

SUGGESTED BOOK OF THE MONTH When Good Kids Make Bad Choices by Elyse Fitzpatrick, James Newheiser, Laura Hendrickson Writing from personal experience each of the contributing authors lend words of encouragement and hope for parents whose “dream families” has been turned upside down. This is an honest biblical approach to the reality of home life turmoil that helps struggling parents to look to the gospel. The book is divided into three parts. The first, Seeking […]

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January Suggested Book of the Month

SUGGESTED BOOK OF THE MONTH Comforts from Romans by Elyse Fitzpatrick In the book Comforts from Romans, Celebrating the Gospel One Day at a Time, Elyse M. Fitzpatrick takes the first eight chapters of Romans and breaks them into 31 devotional-like chapters, beginning with our ruined righteousness and ending with how nothing can separate us from God’s love. She is quick to point out that the book of Romans is not a book about us, […]

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The Biggest Story

Book Review by Kevin DeYoung With vibrant illustrations, and storytelling that will keep the attention of children (and I dare say, adults), The Biggest Story tells, well, the biggest story of the Bible. Following the theme of the promised Snake Crusher in Genesis, Kevin DeYoung pulls out the over-riding theme of the Bible shown in God’s faithfulness to his promises despite man’s failure to live in obedience to God —over and over again. As he […]

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A Peculiar Glory

Book Review A Peculiar Glory, by John Piper “The glory of God is the ground of faith. It is solid ground.” – John Piper   A Peculiar Glory by John Piper is an argument for the reliability of Scripture. But it is an argument with unusually compelling and powerful evidence – the testimony of Scripture itself and the revealing power of the Holy Spirit to open the eyes of men so that they can see […]

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