Knowing God by J. I. Packer


     The aim of Knowing God is precisely that, for the reader to come to know God as He is presented in the Bible, and by God Himself. Each chapter focuses on a different attribute of God, and quite often extends into how that attribute relates to us and His plan of salvation. As a […]

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A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker


     Set in the deserts of the ancient Near East, A.D. 30 follows Maviah, the daughter of a powerful Bedouin sheik. An outcast from birth, Maviah lives the life of a slave until her people are attacked by a vicious enemy, and she is called upon to protect them. On her journey she has Saba, a skilled […]

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One Word 365 (2015)


     The purpose of One Word 365 is to put aside the usual New Year’s resolutions that we never seem to keep. Instead, you pick one word. Just one word that you want to spend the year focusing on and living out… whatever that may mean for you, personally. My word this year is LOVE. […]

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The Heroic Boldness of Martin Luther by Steven J. Lawson


     One of several books in Reformation Trust’s “Long Line of Godly Men” series, The Heroic Boldness of Martin Luther details what made Luther such a powerful preacher. Most people are familiar with Luther’s Ninety-five Theses, nailed to the door of Castle Church, against the practice of the selling of indulgences by the church. Many will […]

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Evangelical Theology by Michael F. Bird


     “The gospel is an expression of the truth of God and the love of God, so it is the best platform on which to integrate a Christian love ethic and Christian creedal convictions.” In his new “Evangelical Theology,” Michael Bird has built his discussions on the foundation of the Gospel. While the book covers several […]

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Persecuted: The Global Assault on Christians by Marshall, Gilbert, & Shea


     Well documented and very informative, Persecuted gives examples of the oppression of, and violence against, Christians all over the world. The book discusses the laws, both religious and political, that make life as a Christian in certain countries difficult, or impossible. From atheistic, communist nations to those ruled by religious law, such as Islam, each […]

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Angelguard by Ian Acheson


     Three major cities across the globe are hit with major explosions, killing thousands. Unlike the usual terrorist attacks, no one has stepped forward to claim responsibility. One man, Jack Haines, comes to believe he was protected by God during the explosion in his hometown that claimed the lives of his wife and two of […]

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A Rabbi Looks at the Last Days by Jonathan Bernis


     While most books about the last days focus on the Rapture of the church and the Tribulation period, Rabbi Jonathan Bernis focuses his attention on signs we can see now that point to the last days, as well as things that need to happen for Jesus to return. Bernis suggests that Israel lay at the […]

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Live Second by Doug Bender


     “Live Second” is a devotional-style book to accompany the popular “I Am Second” movement. The idea is to have the reader reflect on what the Bible has to say about us and our relationship with God. Are we putting Him first? How can we practice putting God first? The book consists of 365 short […]

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Jesus: Pure and Simple by Wayne Cordeiro


     Everyone goes through difficult times in life. You may be experiencing a situation that has left you feeling lost and hopeless. What’s the answer? Return to Jesus – pure and simple. On the other hand, you may be involved in ministry, being pulled into several different directions at once as you try to balance […]

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