Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
Presents gratutide as an integral spiritual discipline in the gospel-centered way of life.
Not recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
Seeks to combat a major problem within North American evangelicalism, but this purported cure falls short.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
A theological autobiography which encourages the integration of theology and daily life.
Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
Explores six vital ingredients of Christian living, showing how transforming to Christlikeness is superior to conforming to the world.
Shows how Solomon's challenges are the same challenges we face today.
Delivers the compelling message that Jesus is alive in a straightforward and profoundly life-changing way.
Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
A deeply-felt book that goes back to the heart of what it means to be truly Christian: to be forgiven by God and to in turn forgive others.
A brief meditation on the Christian life, full of valuable spiritual insights and accompanying illustrations to enhance those insights.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Not just another book on prayer.
Keller's third book may just be his best.
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