If you only read one book this year, make it this one. In "Fault Lines," Voddie Baucham, black pastor and church planter, exposes the overt Marxist ideology behind the social justice movement, critical race theory, intersectionality, and racism that is ravaging our nation. More importantly, he traces the ways this “woke” ideology is impacting the church through distorting the gospel and attempting to conform the church to the image of the world.
Steve Mawhorter talks about 35 real-life stories from his 20 years as a biblical counselor. He extracts principles from each story and then applies those principles to biblical counseling ministry.
The attributes of God show us exactly why God is worthy of worship: there is none like him.
Depression is a scary word. If you’re experiencing depression, it’s scary for obvious reasons. If someone else says they’re experiencing depression it’s scary because we usually have no idea what to say or how to help. This book simplifies the massive topic of depression into three categories and in doing so, by using tons of Bible passages, strips away the cloud of mystery surrounding this topic and helps us understand it from God’s perspective. Depression is still hard, but this book will help you grow through it, not just go through it.
A group of mainstream evangelicals has taken up the cause of the New Left, whether they know it or not. This book helps you understand why so many evangelicals have recently supported left-leaning political causes.
This verse by verse exposition of the Song of Solomon shares the wisdom of God's Word in defining and strengthening a biblical marriage. Discover godly advice about how to begin a Christ-centered relationship, what to look for in a future spouse, guidelines for dating and courtship, and handling pre-marital doubts.
Learn how to stay grounded in your faith and assert biblical truth, and continue to testify for Jesus without facing fear and condemnation.