The Explicit Gospel

There might be no more frequently used word in the Christian church right now that the word “gospel.” Honestly, it might mean different things depending on who’s using the word. Most often in our circles people mean the invitation to accept Christ. 

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Rob Love
Don't Waste Your Life

In his book, Piper shares the account of a young man who was just seventeen when he snuck into the European theater during WWII and found himself on the beach at Normandy. Here is a young man who sneaks himself into the conflicts of war in order to invest himself in the greater cause.

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Rob Love
Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture

David Murray’s book Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture came at a good time for me. The past year has been very challenging: The loss of my spouse due to brain tumor and cancer, serving as caregiver for my aging mother, and her stroke and passing. It is situations like these that we cannot avoid and that can overwhelm us that catch us when we are pushing things “to the limit” in the first place.

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Mike Fischer
Loving My (LGBT) Neighbor

Are we able to show and demonstrate Christian love to a neighbor who is gay? How do we or should we respond to a friend who has told us she is a lesbian. Glen T. Stanton helps the reader understand these issues better through his own experiences. 

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Mike Fischer
Never Enough

For many years, Ron Blue has been helping Christians get their finances in order and to live a Kingdom-focused life. In this book, he and his daughter, Karen Guess, lay out a simple framework for managing finances.

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Mike Fischer
The Holiness of God

As Sproul comments, “The task that is given to mankind in creation is to bear witness to the holiness of God, to be His image bearer. We are made to mirror and reflect the holiness of God. We are made to be His ambassadors.”

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Ben Graham
Awe

We are created by God as worshipers of His glory. Due to the fall, we struggle to worship appropriately. This means that we are created worshipers, but due to spiritual death or theological misgivings we can inappropriately direct our worship to things other than God.

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Rob Love
How To Shepherd God’s People Like Jesus

In Jeramie Rinne’s book, Church Elders:  How to Shepherd God’s People Like Jesus, he writes:  “The shepherd (elder) is among the sheep.  He’s not off somewhere else.  He is walking in the midst of the animals, touching them and speaking to them.  He knows them because he lives with them.  As a result, he even smells like sheep.

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Ben Graham
God's Way of Reconciliation

"In an age of confusion, turmoil, violent divisions and wars, and at the same time a lingering belief in a false and superficial idealism which maintains that men and nations can be reconciled and peace and concord obtained by appealing to the best that is in man, the message of this second chapter of Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians is more needed than ever."

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Gary Scharping