Book Reviews

The Prayer Dare
by Ron Kincaid

“I dare you to enter into a deeper relationship with God through prayer.” Author Ron Kincaid issues this challenge in the opening pages of The Prayer Dare: Take the Challenge that Will Transform Your Relationship with God. He issues this challenge as a committed pray-er and one whose 30-year journal records over 40,000 answers to […]

by J. Paul Nyquist

It seems like the general consensus among American Christians today is that we are losing our freedoms in a culture that is becoming increasingly hostile. No reason to fear! In Prepare: Living Your Faith in an Increasingly Hostile Environment, J. Paul Nyquist, president of Moody Bible Institute, shares why we can rejoice in the changes […]

Kisses from Katie
by Katie Davis

Review by Erin Shuler Do you ever feel like God is calling you to do something, but you are too afraid to place everything in your life on hold and follow the call? Sometimes it is hard to accept what God is asking us to do. In the book Kisses from Katie, a young women […]

Men of the Bible: A One-Year Devotional Study of Men in Scripture
by Ann Spangler & Robert Wolgemuth

Review by Karen Harper While we often focus on what we can learn from the stories of women in the Bible, we can also learn much from the men in God’s Word. Several years ago I read Ann Spangler’s Women of the Bible and really enjoyed it. It was informational but was also organized to […]

The Peacemaker
by Ken Sande

Peacemakers are people who breathe grace. They draw continually on the goodness and power of Jesus Christ, and then they bring his love, mercy, forgiveness, strength, and wisdom to the conflicts of daily life. God delights to breathe grace through peacemakers and use them to dissipate anger, improve understanding, promote justice, and encourage repentance and […]

Widow for a Season
by Kristine Pappas

Preface exerpted from Widow for a Season Wouldn’t it be nice if life came with a manual? As Christians we often ask this question eve though we know that it does. The manual I refer to, of course, is the Bible. Sadly, however, we don’t spend the necessary time in God’s Word for it to […]

Cold-Case Christianity
by J. Warner Wallace

Because I write mystery fiction, my stepdaughter urged me to read Cold Case Christianity, in which a former homicide detective—once a “spiritual skeptic,” now an evangelical Christian—examines the death of Jesus just as he would a cold case to see if the witnesses and claims could be valid. It changed his life and makes for […]

River of Times Series
by Lisa T. Bergren

Gabriella has never spent a summer in Italy like this one. Remaining means giving up all she’s known and loved … and leaving means forfeiting what she’s come to know—and love itself. Most American teenagers want a vacation in Italy, but the Bentarrini sisters have spent every summer of their lives with their parents, famed […]

Soul Custody
by Stephen W. Smith

We welcome Christy Carmean back as our book reviewer after a few months off to move their family to the Cameroon, where they will be serving Life is about choices. Every day we make choices that affect our lives – choices about what to eat, which job offer is the best, which relationships are really […]

Gods at War
by Kyle Idleman

In “gods at war,” kyle idleman, bestselling author of “not a fan,” helps every believer recognize there are false gods at war within each of us, and they battle for the place of glory and control in our lives. What keeps us from truly following Jesus is that our hearts are pursuing something or someone […]

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