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  • February Book Recommendation: Kiss the Wave

    What does it mean to “kiss the wave?” These words, attributed to nineteenth-century British preacher Charles Spurgeon, speak to the Christian’s only hope for perseverance in suffering.

  • Recommended Reading for December

    Three Recommendations for Christmas

    We'd love to recommend three books to you during the Christmas season.  We hope that you'll read one, give a copy to a friend, and talk about it over coffee or a meal.

    Child in the Manger
    by Sinclair Ferguson

    Prepare Him Room: Celebrating the Birth of Jesus Family Devotional by Marty Machowski

    Christmas Playlist by Alistair Begg

  • The Spurgeon Study Bible

    This November, Holman Bible has released their CSB Spurgeon Study Bible.

  • Book Recommendation: Experiencing the Trinity

    It is one thing to know and understand different doctrinal truths about God and His character, but it is another thing to believe and experience how these truths affect our daily lives.

  • Book Recommendation: ESV Reader's Bible

    For most of us, the Bibles we use are filled with verse and chapter numbers, footnotes, and cross-references.

  • Book Recommendation: Christmas Playlist

    In Pastor Alistair Begg’s new book, Christmas Playlist: Four Songs that Bring You to the Heart of Christmas, the reader learns about the true meaning of Christmas through four songs presented in the Gospel of Luke.

  • Book Recommendation: How to Walk Into Church

    This month’s book recommendation from Tony Payne, How to Walk Into Church, discusses the various ways that Christians come to church and interact with those around them.

  • Book Recommendation: Habits of Grace

    We all have habits, good and bad; practices that work their way into the daily routines of our lives.

  • Book Recommendation-The Ology: Ancient Truths Ever New

    We often imagine theologians as ivory tower hermits, huddled around candlelight examining dusty old tomes, averse to speaking any language other than Latin save for when using words that end with the letters t-i-o-n.

  • Book Recommendation: A Very Different Christmas

    This Christmas, invite your non-Christian friends and family to spend some time in God's living room, opening presents with him.