Just this morning, a book came across my desk, Eyes of Integrity: The Porn Pandemic and How It Affects You, and I devoured it in a matter of hours, not because it was an “easy read” but because it shares a compelling story that rarely gets talked about – what happens to people who consume or produce pornography, and how they can find hope and help.
About Jesus Manifesto
Jesus Manifesto: Restoring the Supremacy and Sovereignty of Jesus Christ
Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2010
I’ve spent a long time hunting down every book written by the late W. A. Criswell, and I have all that I know of that he wrote. One thing I have searched for, to no avail, is an autographed copy of his study Bible.
As a Pastor, I’m often asked the tough questions. One of the biggest is the title and subject of an excellent book, Why Is God Ignoring Me?: What to Do When It Feels Like He’s Giving You the Silent Treatment. Having read Gary Habermas’ answers, I’m slightly more confident about the next time this question comes before me.
I’ve just finished reading through a “40-day spiritual game plan for men” called Life in the Zone (aff link) written by Kyle Rote and Joe Pettigrew. I thoroughly enjoyed moving through the content and believe we need more books written like this one for men in a world where books seem to be overwhelmingly written and marketed for women’s tastes and personalities.
Derailed: Five Lessons Learned from Catastrophic Failures of Leadership by Tim Irwin is one of the most frightening books I’ve ever read… and if you’re in leadership, you should buy it and be frightened by it as well!
It’s been a while since I’ve done an article in the “great books series” but I thought I’d write one today after thumbing through a couple on my shelf on the subject of grace. Grace is a tough subject in terms of Christian theology because godly men and great scholars disagree on the intricacies of how we’re to live under it. Here are five books on the subject of grace, which actually offer some diversity of opinion…
I’m not a NASCAR fan, but my friend Rick Lemons is, and he’s written a book that I was just given by a friend. It’s simply called The Race. I’ve skimmed it and like what I see so far as Rick compares the Christian life to a NASCAR race. I’ll write more on it later, but wanted to pass along the suggestion/promotion.