‘Long Story Short’ by Marty Machowski, a pastor from CJ Mahaney’s Sovereign Grace Ministries, is a fascinating and refreshing approach to Scripture and one which would lead, I am sure, to a lot of joy and happy memories for your children.
This unusual book is what you’ve always needed to help you approach Muslims in a way that takes away fear and confusion. Nick gives you step-by-step insight to help you understand their world view and the sort of approach that would be acceptable to them.
Several years ago I was given nine volumes of the works of John Owen and the only volume that I have worked all my way through is Communion with the Triune God.
Trevor Burke vividly demonstrates that although it is wonderful to be justified and declared righteous by God and also to be redeemed from the slavery of sin, more wonderful than all is to be adopted into God’s family and enjoy the full rights of sonship.
A thoughtful and provocative book centred in the conviction that for the church to fulfil its God-given calling it must restructure itself around the centrality of its call to mission.
A fascinating book of research on the origins of ‘evangelicalism’ in the age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys.
Bruce Milne brings us a very up-to-date view of God’s great plan to establish across the world what John Kpikpi calls ‘God’s New Tribe’.
In a book that J I Packer describes as ‘gloriously head-clearing and heart-warming’, Liam Goligher brings us back to the great centralities of the gospel and particularly the vital place of Christ’s taking the penalty for our sins as our substitute.
Deliberately written as a small accessible book, I think it will live up to its title and be ‘a book you’ll actually read’. If you do so you will be stimulated, provoked and genuinely helped.