David’s book will be a great encouragement to anybody pondering the possibility of starting a new church. Full of Biblically-based wisdom and practical insights, it is made more colourful by the inclusion of many testimonies from contemporary church planters who write honestly and instructively about their experiences.
An outstanding study of Mark’s gospel showing how the cross overshadows the life of Christ.
It is always good for your soul to be reminded of revival days of the past. Few books on revival are as accessible and rewarding as this and I wholeheartedly recommend it to you.
Once again John Piper continues to press home his great theme of ‘Christian hedonism’ with very practical helps and guides for those who sometimes need to ‘fight for joy’.
Very few books have stirred me in recent years as much as Bruce Ware’s magnificent book, which sets forth the glory of the providence of God in all its majesty.
Tomkins demonstrates that Wilberforce was not only a brilliant parliamentarian but also a devoted Christian motivated by his commitment to Christ.
The author makes it clear that our understanding of Jesus can only be properly grounded by a full grasp of the Old Testament background to his coming.
Anyone interested in world mission and also interested in the presence of God in His house should be magnetically drawn to this superb book.
This excellent book is both mind-stretching and heart-warming as six different authors present their papers on themes centred in the mystery of the incarnation of the Lord Jesus Christ.