Bible Study

Whiter Than Snow by Paul David Tripp

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Devotional jazz on King David's fifty-first psalm, a balm for the sin-sick soul.

King's Cross by Timothy Keller

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Keller doing what Keller does best: expounds the old, old gospel story in fresh, interesting, and accessible ways.

With the Master on Our Knees by Susan Heck

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

Not for the faint of heart, this is a detailed and comprehensive study on what Scripture says about prayer.

On Being a Christian by John N. Oswalt

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

A book of solid and winsome sermons on 1 John, a summary of the true Christian life.

66 Love Letters by Larry Crabb

Recommended by Bob Kellemen.

Offers a spiritual or practical theology of life based upon his reading of the Bible's meta-narrative.

The Joseph Road by Jerry White

Recommended by John Bird.

A book about choices and destiny from a biblical perspective.

What Does God Want of Us Anyway? by Mark Dever

Recommended by John Bird.

Brevity is the soul of this little book, which nevertheless does justice to God's entire written revelation.

Dig Deeper by Nigel Beynon, Andrew Sach

Recommended by Tim Challies.

For any new or seasoned Christian who desires to gain more from God's Word.

Biblical Freedom from Religious Oppression by K. Scott Schaeffer

Not recommended by Chad Vandervalk.

Seeks to combat a major problem within North American evangelicalism, but this purported cure falls short.

A Father's Gift by Kenneth Wingate

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Shows how Solomon's challenges are the same challenges we face today.