Self Help

The Power by Rhonda Byrne

Not recommended by Tim Challies.

Much the same as Byrne's first book: claptrap.

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.

Though not explicitly Christian, an excellent motivator to write in the face of Resistance.

The Noticer by Andy Andrews

Not recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

Preachy and stereotypical in the self-help mold, this book will nevertheless appeal to some.

The Heart of Addiction by Mark E. Shaw

Recommended by Bob Kellemen.

An increasingly rare book—one that addresses a specific life issue in a biblical, deep, practical, wise way. Shaw combines the sufficiency of Scripture (theology for life) with the relevancy of Scripture (principles of progressive sanctification) in a way that offers hope and help to those experiencing habitual sin problems.

Will Medicine Stop the Pain? by Elyse Fitzpatrick, Laura Hendrickson

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

From an expert standpoint, helpfully articulates a Christian stance on medicating for all-too-common conditions and disorders.

Take Charge of Your Life by Richard L. Ganz

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Don't be fooled by the cover.

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

Not recommended by Tim Challies.

Self-help, humanistic and utterly blasphemous.