April Recommended Reading

Who is Jesus? By Greg Gilbert “There is no more important question in the cosmos than who is Jesus? Greg Gilbert, with brilliant mind and pastoral heart, unpacks that question step by step with both insight and accessibility. Whether you’re a skeptic looking into these things for the first time …

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February Recommended Reading

When the Darkness Will Not Lift by John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of depression and spiritual darkness when joy seems to stay just out of reach. It can happen because of sin, satanic assault, distressing circumstances, or hereditary and other physical causes. In this book, …

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January Recommended Viewing

The Atheist Delusion: Why Millions Deny the Obvious by Ray Comfort “The Atheist Delusion is the most persuasive and captivating answer to atheist questions I’ve ever seen on film. Without giving too much away, let me just say that non-believers and believers alike will be moved emotionally, spiritually and intellectually. …

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November Recommended Viewing

Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus This DVD “unlocks the mystery of this ancient saga, combining a scientific investigation with a retelling of the Exodus story to reveal an amazing pattern of evidence matching the biblical account that may challenge our understanding of history. Featuring stunning animations, narration by Kevin Sorbo, …

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August Recommended Reading

Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung “Habitual, sinful busyness is something that many struggle with and yet, it’s rare to hear teaching on this important topic. With refreshing transparency and his trademark humor, Kevin DeYoung identifies the problem and gives helpful practical instruction on how to find our rest in Christ. …

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July Recommended Reading

Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy by Paul David Tripp “Whiter Than Snow is music for the sinner’s soul. In fifty-two personal, creative, and sometimes poetic devotionals, Paul Tripp responds to Psalm 51 the way a jazz musician improvises on a familiar tune. In making this sweet music, …

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