In a world where churches chase the latest ministry fads, Hearers and Doers is a refreshing contrast.
Martin’s book reminded me of my need to be surrounded by proven and seasoned pastors. His writings are not only thoroughly biblical, but wise and practical.
This is a book that all Christians will find helpful in addressing a problem with which we will all likely at some point have to wrestle, either socially, politically, pastorally, or personally.
Book Review: Openness Unhindered: Further Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert on Sexual Identity and Union with ChristReview by Mike Christ | 9Marks Journal: Complementarianism: A Moment of Reckoning | 12.10.2019
Rosaria Butterfield has become a popular speaker on the topic of sexuality. But we sell her short—and even risk misunderstanding her message—if we look to her book as only pertaining to homosexuality
If your soul is weary and your heart in need of refreshment, take a drink from the wisdom found in His Testimonies My Heritage
I don’t know how Abigail Dodds feels about “empowerment” messages on clothing. But her new book, (A)typical Woman, is a substantive and real message of empowerment for women.
Renewal begins with desperation and repentance: a recognition of our utter impotence; a passionate falling at the feet of Christ.
Undergirding the entirety of The Kingdom Unleashed is the dangerous assumption that fast is good and that faster is better.
Much like a product flying off of the shelves, encouragement is in high demand. But in all too many of our churches, it is in short supply.
Do not be misled: this is a book for every pastor in every place. It will spark all sorts of good thinking about pastoral ministry and the work of the local church.
We don’t need to borrow from the business world or their definitions of profit to establish criteria for success and significance.
A Protestant is not simply someone who has an all-encompassing experience with the God they find in the Bible. “Protestant” connotes, in part, certain theological convictions: beginning with the ancient creeds and including the solas of the Reformation.
Somehow, Young manages to both absolve us of responsibility for keeping ourselves in God’s love, and rob us of the comfort of God’s promise to keep us. Her theology has the effect of cheating us at both ends.
If your prayer life needs a jolt of electricity, The Prayers of Jesus might just do the trick.
Chan offers some penetrating and incisive critiques of the modern church but offers a simplistic solution based on a selective and naïve hermeneutic.