Screwtape Letters -- C.S. Lewis This classic has doubtless been in our library at some time in the past, but we purchased it because it was not currently in found in our collection. Screwtape Letters was written by the great 20th century Christian thinker, author, theologian and apologist, C.S. Lewis. This book takes the form of a series of letters between a junior demonic tempter named … [Read more...] about February 2020 Library Selection
In John 17, Jesus asks his Father to sanctify--make holy his disciples by his truth. Truth is the primary means God uses to make believers more like Jesus. The main source of truth is the Scriptures and in fact, the profit of any other resources must be measured by how much it increases our love for God and his word. Christian Publishing is a big business and not all publishers are created equal. Because we all have limited time to read Christian books, each month, we will be highlighting one new book for our library. Each of these books are of exceptional quality and guaranteed to build up anyone who reads them. Feel free to stop by the library to check out any of the books featured here.
Bible Doctrine—Wayne Grudem Doctrine or teaching of the bible can come in many forms. Perhaps one of the most helpful is what is called “systematic theology.” This way of studying biblical truth involves breaking various theological truths into systems or categories. There is the doctrine of God, the doctrine of salvation, the doctrine of end-times and many doctrines. This particular volume … [Read more...] about January 2020 Library Selection
Out of the Saltshaker and into the World—Rebecca Manley Pippert Dozens of books on personal evangelism has been written in the 40 years Rebecca Manley Pippert’s book, “Out of the Saltshaker…” was published. This book has held up very well, however. Pippert takes Jesus’ words in Matthew chapter five, “We are the salt of the earth” and applies them to personal evangelism. Pippert writes with a … [Read more...] about Books of December 2019
Heroes of the Faith Series—JONATHAN EDWARDS This entire series of books on “Heroes of the Faith” is worth reading. Though written for younger readers, it is very appropriate for all ages. The church library possesses many of these volumes and they are a wonderful way to introduce yourself to the fascinating area of study of church history. You will find yourself inspired as you see the many … [Read more...] about Books of October 2019
“Shepherding a Child’s Heart” by Tedd Tripp was perhaps the first Christian parenting book to move away from teaching techniques and proverbial wisdom. Instead, Tripp—who has been followed in his approach to parenting by many other subsequent authors, goes to the heart of the matter. He asks the parent, again and again, to consider what will best help shape a youngster’s heart and the model is … [Read more...] about Books of September, 2019
“A Chance to Die: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael” by Elizabeth Elliot. Be stretched and encouraged as you read this classic missionary biography written by a former missionary, Elizabeth Elliot. Amy Carmichael grew you in Ireland but spent 53 years giving herself and the gospel to the people in Southern India—without a single furlough. Never married, Amy gave herself to God and over the … [Read more...] about Books of July, 2019