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Don’t Waste Your Life

What constitutes a wasted life? It depends on what you value most. For many even in the church, we define the good life as a comfortable job, good kids, a happy marriage, and maybe early retirement. Few of us see the waste that even a… Continue Reading …

The Pursuit of Holiness

Jerry Bridges’s slim little book is an eminently practical, biblical examination of the issue of holiness in the Christian life. The back cover calls holiness “the Christian’s joint venture with God,” and the tension between what God does and what the Christian is responsible for… Continue Reading …

The Hunger Games

What would you do—how far would you go—to survive? In Suzanne Collins’ gripping story of blood, death, and loyalty, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen must fight for her life in a gladiatorial arena to entertain the wealthy ruling class, the Capitol. Ever since the world dissolved into… Continue Reading …

And the Bride Wore White: Seven Secrets to Sexual Purity

This is an excellent book for any girl who desires to live a life of purity, but doesn’t know what the practical tools for purity are. I recently led a seminar for young girls using this book and I believe it really resonated with them.… Continue Reading …

The Excellent Wife

The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace is just what its subtitle says: a biblical perspective on what wives should aspire to be. With so many competing voices telling us about marriage and the role of women, it’s refreshing to read what the Bible says about the… Continue Reading …

On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the GIFT of Nighttime Sleep

I never knew that having a baby would plunge me into a feud between two camps holding wildly different philosophies on childcare. There are so many voices out there, each claiming to know the very best way to raise a healthy, happy baby, and of… Continue Reading …

The Cross Centered Life: Keeping The Gospel The Main Thing

The Cross Centered Life is a small book, the gift-sized kind that you can breeze through in an hour. I read it more slowly over a period of some weeks with my adult Bible fellowship group, and I’m glad that I did. This is a deceptively… Continue Reading …