Here are my top books that I read in 2016. According to my GoodReads account, I read 28 books in 2016. “Rejoicing in Christ” tops the list.
Don’t you love discovering a book that no one else knows about? Read on and hear about an unknown little book that is a surprising source of great encouragement: “Christ at the Coffee Shop.”
The next installment in the “Recommended books to read (that you’ve never heard of)” series is “The Pursuit of Holiness”
A brief review of Richard Foster’s “Life with God: Reading the Bible for Spiritual Transformation.”
This post is an ongoing one about my study through the New Testament book of Colossians. In it, you’ll find reflections, thought bombs guaranteed to demolish faulty and shallow thinking and even some wonder.
In this review of “Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices,” you’ll identify and embrace strategies for waging spiritual warfare. The book is written by Thomas Brooks (1608-1680), but he doesn’t write like an old dead guy. He sounds instead like he’s planted a bug in the war room of Satan himself and is spying on the enemy for our benefit.
This is a book review of “To Change the World” by George Davison Hunter. If cultural influence is something that you desire, this is a book you can’t pass up.
This book review of Randy Alcorn’s demonic thriller “The Ishbane Conspiracy” helps one understand that a demon may not want to possess you but simply distract you from following Christ. It’s premise and the means used by the demon Ishbane are sobering.
Jeff offers a brief review of Kevin DeYoung’s book “A Hole in Our Holiness.” The book should be added to your reading list for intentional spiritual growth.