Recommended by Tim Challies.
The gripping story of a cocaine-addict-turned-Christian-warrior who lived his life in overdrive.
Not recommended by Mark Tubbs.
A long and arcane volume about a brilliant but shadowy Elizabeth playwright.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
A well-paced and inspiring missionary account, ideal for older children and their families.
A cornucopia of John Stott's colleagues pay honest tribute to the churchman and his ministry.
A biography of the man of whom Spurgeon said, "He was the saintliest man I ever knew."
Recommended by John Bird.
A worthy and engaging attempt to place Martin Luther King Jr. in accurate historical context.
Not recommended by John Bird.
Author Brown does a disservice to the real Reagan with her over-adoring, over-attached, hyper-sentimental approach.
Recommended by Ian Clary.
The true story of a Muslim-turned-Christian who went from living inside Hamas to living beneath the Cross.
An immediate bestseller, an accolade much deserved, about a story of truly amazing grace.
An guide for the average Christian to better appreciate Handel's masterpiece.
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