Holy Discontent by Bill Hybels


     What is that one thing that gets to you? That one thing that’s wrong with the world that you just can’t stand? This is what Bill Hybels calls your Holy Discontent. It’s the thing that makes you take action. For some it may be poverty. For others, racial injustice. No matter what your holy […]

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No Longer a Slumdog by K. P. Yohannan


     The nation of India is full of children who will never know anything other than poverty. They were born into the Hindu caste system, beneath the lowest caste. They are less than human, untouchable, unwanted. They are forced to work in fields and factories so they might be able to eat one meal each […]

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Chosen Ones by Alister McGrath


     Peter and Julia are spending their vacation at their grandparents’ house, waiting for their father to come home from sea. When Julia sees a hidden garden from her window she becomes drawn to it, and she and her brother soon find themselves in another land, drawn into a battle for freedom. Book one of “The […]

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Erasing Hell by Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle


     “Erasing Hell” is a response to Rob Bell’s “Love Wins.” Chan and Sprinkle delve into the Bible to see what God said about Heaven and Hell. Using Scripture as their main source, they also discuss what ancient Jewish and Christian writers had to say about Hell, as well as more contemporary Christian writers. Their […]

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Love Wins by Rob Bell


     In his controversial book “Love Wins,” Rob Bell explains his views on Heaven and Hell. How do you get to Heaven? Who goes to Hell? Is that really the point of it all? My summary of the book is short. A LOT shorter than I usually do a summary. There’s a reason for that. If […]

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Forgotten God by Francis Chan


     What does a Holy Spirit-filled life look like? How many of us can say we truly long for the Holy Spirit to work in our lives? Do you pray for guidance from the Holy Spirit in every decision you make, or just when serious “spiritual” decisions come up? What we tend to forget is that […]

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