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Book Reviews

The Shackling of Grace by Lee LeFebre

The Shackling of Grace: How The Church Has Marginalized The Grace of God Lee LeFebre has spent 40 years lecturing, teaching, and counseling Christians in both the US and foreign countries. He taught how to find and experience the freedom that God intended for the believer. Lee found that the shackling of grace is a […]

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Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church by Stephen T. Um & Justin Buzzard

God is alive and well in our cities! Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church by Stephen T. Um & Justin Buzzard explains how now – more than ever – people are moving towards the cities. The vast majority of the world’s population live in urban communities. Why Cities Matter explains the […]

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The Hole in Our Gospel by Richard Stearns

Richard Stearns, in “The Hole in Our Gospel”, shares with us his personal testimony of how God led him to be the President of World Vision. Stearns helps his readers look beyond their personal salvation experience and embrace and explore the full meaning and vision of their salvation experience, a salvation that moves them to […]

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The Reason for God by Tim Keller

Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, uses philosophy and intellectual reasoning to address common doubts about religion. Some of the topics he addresses in part one include the existence of suffering, injustice, hell, one truth, and science. In part two of the book, he gives several reasons to believe in faith.

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The Kingdom Agenda by Tony Evans

“The Kingdom Agenda” by Tony Evans was first released in 2006. It serves as a detailed and comprehensive worldview of our responsibility as Christians, as Kingdom believers. The book helps us to look seriously at relationships, families, careers, and church. We found the substance of the book to be instrumental in influencing personal growth during […]

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Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges

“Respectable Sins Confronting the Sin We Tolerate” by Jerry Bridges, shows the Christian reader how we have become so preoccupied with the big sins of abortion and homosexuality- the sins that are considered unethical or immoral- that we ignore the “small sins” that truly hamper our spiritual growth and dishonor our God. We are admonished […]

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