Thursday, September 15, 2016


1 Corinthians by Geoffrey B. Wilson: An eye-opening commentary on this book of the Bible which also brings out a few perspectives I hadn’t thought of before.


A Cause Worth Living For by David “Packie” Hamilton: Wonderful testimony of how a former terrorist found true life in Christ.


A Christian’s Pocket Guide to Islam by Patrick Sookhdeo: While a bit dated, this book offers much important information both about Islam and Moslem culture itself as well as important things to keep in mind when witnessing to those of the Islamic faith.


A Prison of My Own by Diane Nichols: A wonderful, true story of divorce and reconciliation.


Be Available (Judges) by Warren W. Weresbe: A very readable commentary of this book of the Bible which cleared up so much that was hard for me to understand.


Behind the Songs by Graham Kendrick and Clive Price: A captivating book that really delves into the creative process.


Breakout by Fred Lemon and Gladys Nolton: A wonderful testimony of how a former thief was completely transformed by Jesus Christ.


Insights Into Bible Times and Customs by G. Christian Weiss: An informative book about the culture in which the Bible was written that really helps make Scripture easier to understand. Also includes lessons which can be drawn from specific passages that mention Biblical customs.


Knight of the Snows by R. G. Martin: Biography of Wilfrid Grenfell, a missionary to Labrador in the early 1900s. This book was so wonderful! A preacher who not only was an able minister of the Gospel but also great at the practical skills needed to survive in such a place.


Point Me to the Skies by Ronald Clements: Story of Joan Wales, a missionary to a violent, opium-addicted Chinese minority in the late 1940s/early 1950s.

 Sizzling Faith by Martin Graham: Story of how an idea for a series of barbecues wrought so much for the kingdom of God, including in the author’s personal life.

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