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Culture Shift – The Battle for the Moral Heart of America

In this collection of essays, Albert Mohler tackles the most controversial issues in American society today. Now I don’t like politics, and I see all political systems as slowly rotting structures that we prop up as best we can for as long as we can.… Continue Reading …

Joni and Ken

Joni Eareckson Tada is well known as the Christian quadriplegic whose ministry, Joni and Friends, ministers the gospel to people with disabilities around the world. What is less well known are the details of her marriage to Ken Tada, that handsome “island guy” she noticed… Continue Reading …

Out of the Blues: Dealing with the Blues of Depression and Loneliness

Out of the Blues by Dr. Wayne Mack is a Christian’s look at depression, its causes, and its cure. Mack has over thirty years of counseling experience, and suffered severe depression himself as a young man after things went badly at a church he had pastored.… Continue Reading …

Disciplines of a Godly Woman

Most people, when they hear the word “discipline,” want to run the other way (and I’m with them). In this thoughtful and methodical book, Barbara Hughes challenges the negative connotations we have with this word and demonstrates how a life of godly discipline is actually… Continue Reading …

A Christian Manifesto

A Christian Manifesto by Francis Schaeffer is a book to ponder and reread. Though his style is simple, Schaeffer’s subject is one with far-reaching consequences for every Christian. How are we to live in a culture that is increasingly hostile toward the Christian worldview? What kind… Continue Reading …

Praying the Bible for Your Baby

Praying the Bible for Your Baby by Heather Harpham Kopp is a slim volume that promises to help frazzled mothers pray biblically for their babies (and themselves). Each short chapter/prayer is themed with a particular thought or struggle or joy associated with motherhood. I have been… Continue Reading …

The Lotus and the Cross

Ever wonder what Buddha would say to Jesus, and vice versa? In this slim little volume, Ravi Zacharias imagines what the founders of two of the world’s most powerful religions would say to one another on the pressing problem that every religion seeks to solve:… Continue Reading …

War of Words

“A life of godly communication is rooted in a personal recognition of the sovereignty of God… Only when I submit to the rule of God, who has a perfect plan and is in complete control, will I begin to live and speak as he has purposed” (69). For… Continue Reading …

Our Sufficiency in Christ

“Christ’s divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and goodness.” — 2 Peter 1:3 This verse is the cornerstone of Our Sufficiency in Christ by well-known author and pastor Dr.… Continue Reading …

Christ Esteem: Where the Search for Self-Esteem Ends

This is one of the most delightfully subversive and counter-cultural books you’ll ever read. Most people in Western culture today are familiar with the basic tenets of psychology, and one of its ideas that has infiltrated our mindset is that we ought to have high… Continue Reading …