Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
A refreshingly candid and challenging message that teaches Christians not only why God allows suffering, but also what God wants us to do with it.
Recommended by John Bird.
A sophisticated philosophical and biblical look at film and culture.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
A brief but effective biblical theology of suffering doubling as a companion through the journey of suffering.
Presents a thoroughly biblical view of grace and suggests ways to live in light of this grace.
Not recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
An interesting book that succeeds or fails depending on who reads it and at what point in their lives they do so.
An invitation to freshly behold the lion-like Lamb of God in all his fullness.
A scriptural, enjoyable book about friendships.
Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
Not your typical exposition of the prodigal son parable, but an authentic and honest look at God's relation to the self.
Stiles repackages the message that never grows old - the gospel and its implications - in a fresh and faithful way.
Valuable not only for its teaching, but for its motivation to actual meditation.
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