Family

He's Not a Mind Reader by Brenda Garrison

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Almost everything you wish you had known about serving your husband as a biblical woman before you got married, in less than 125 pages.

Twelve Hidden Heroes (OT) Book 2 by Rebecca Parkinson

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Engaging embellishments of biblical narratives featuring lesser figures, ideal for youth or to read to older children.

Give Them Grace by Elyse Fitzpatrick, Jessica Thompson

Recommended by John Bird.

A very good parenting book which is nevertheless guilty of over-forced, over-application of the gospel.

ESV Illustrated Family Bible by Crossway, Zbigniew Freus

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Combines authentic biblical text and realistic illustrations - an excellent resource for any Christian family.

How to Bring Your Child to Christ by Ray Comfort

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

With some adjustments, this is a helpful handbook in guiding your children towards faith in Christ.

Your Child's Profession of Faith by Dennis Gundersen

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

An important book for all thoughtful Christian parents, specifically those who subscribe to credobaptism.

Secure Daughters, Confident Sons by Glenn Stanton

Recommended by John Bird.

A common-sense parenting book reiterating the strangely-contentious position that sons are boys and daughters are girls, and should be parented accordingly.

Put the Seat Down by Jess MacCallum

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Almost everything you wish you had known about serving your wife as a biblical man before you got married, in less than 125 pages.

Help! My Toddler Rules the House by Paul Tautges, Karen Tautges

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Biblical parenting wisdom distilled by experts who know whereof they speak, virtue of being the parents of ten.

Raising Children God's Way by Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Recommended by John Bird.

Timeless counsel on Christian parenting superior to most contemporary Christian parenting books.