Recommended by Lance Quinn.
Ken Ramey has shown the inseparable link between expository speaking and effective listening. The Christian Church is indebted to him by what he has taught us in this worthy volume.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
An inspiring and provocative call to think, live, and act subversively in rebellion against the rebellion.
This book will increase your love for what God teaches in His Word on conflict and how to handle it.
Not recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
Purports to advocate for a fuller, grander, more robust gospel, but offers only a gospel stuck in the garden.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
Traces the path of God's Word reverberating from God himself, through the pulpit, through God's people, and into the world.
Brief but helpful insights into a rogues' gallery of toxic leaders according to type, present even in Christian organizations.
An Anglican bishop braves the ire of the anything-goes-at-Christmastime crowd, insisting on the centrality of the Christ-event.
Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
A tale of disgruntled Christians who grow to love Christ's Church all the more.
Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
Worthy reminder of the Church's prophetic task seen through the lens of the Old Testament.
A fine biblical theology of social action somewhat compromised by a tangential interview section.
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