The Cross by Cesar Malan

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

A thoroughly Reformed book setting out basic Reformed doctrines in dialogue and letter forms.

Smooth Stones Taken from Ancient Brooks by Thomas Brooks, Charles Spurgeon

Recommended by John Bird.

The riches of the pen of Thomas Brooks, mediated to a new audience through the selections of Charles Spurgeon.

Slave by John MacArthur

Recommended by John Bird.

Discover the depths of the crucial word you will rarely see in a modern translation: slave.

The Gospel and the Mind by Bradley Green

Recommended by John Bird.

Despite over-copious quoting, a challenging and encouraging book about the Christian thought-life.

Think by John Piper

Recommended by John Bird.

A call for Christians to use their thought-lives to better know and glorify their Maker and Savior.

The Practice of Godliness by Jerry Bridges

Recommended by John Bird.

Salvation by grace alone meets sanctification by disciplines of grace in this classic Christian living text.

A Sweet and Bitter Providence by John Piper

Recommended by Bob Kellemen.

A short but Scripture-soaked exposition on the sweetness of God's sovereignty.

Life After Death by Dinesh D'Souza

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

A scientific and rational case for the reality of the afterlife.

Self Talk, Soul Talk by Jennifer Rothschild

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

With the strong caveat lector that a strong grasp of the gospel is necessary to put this book in its proper perspective.

Beyond the Suffering by Robert Kellemen, Karole Edwards

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

Unearths the rich treasure trove of history, theology, and "sufferology" inherent in the stories of African American slaves.