The best selling book (outside of the Bible) of all time. Absolutely brilliant in its metaphor of the Christian life. Pilgrim journeys the difficult path of life all the way to the promised Celestial City. The challenges and characters he meets along the way are unforgettable. A must read.
The founder of Acts 29 Church Network and the Pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle is one of the most insightful, culturally savvy Christians in the world today. Driscoll tackles the question "What is the church?" Not what tradition, society, or common expectation says- but what the Bible says. His writing is crisp, funny and biblically solid. Anyone looking to serve/lead in a church should read this book.
Keller is perhaps the best defender of the faith today. The book is easy to read but interacts with some of the most current challenges and objections to the Christian faith. Keller writes with orthodoxy, sensitivity, clarity and grace. If you want to learn how to defend your faith, read this book!
A best kept secret in Christian books. Popularizing the brilliant (but virtually unreadable) writings of John Owen, Lundgaard presents the Bible's clear teaching on the nature of man's sinfulness. His illustrations are provocative and timely. Each chapter ends with questions making it a great devotional or small group resources. There simply is no better book available on the nature of man's sinfulenss.
Written in the early '70's this book has blessed several generations of Christians who are serious about understanding the nature of God. Largely dealing with the attributes of God, Packer carefully examines the many glories of God's character and work in the world. His chapter 'The Sons of God' is, according to Pastor Greg, the single greatest chapter ever written!
Listed as one of the top 100 books of 20th century (World Magazine), this book is a feast for the soul. Years ago, Pastor John Piper went to a secluded cabin to search his Bible for one theme- what does God take pleasure in? The result was one of the most stirring books ever written. Find out what God takes pleasure in by reading this wonderful, devotional book.
Stott has been called 'The Ambassador Of Christianity.' He is perhaps the greatest example of a scholar with a pastor's heart. Probably his greatest book, The Cross of Christ explores the life-changing work of Jesus's death for sinners. In a day and age when many are finding the cross offensive, outdated, unnecessary, Stott leaves the reader with the conviction of the Apostle Paul, 'God forbid that I boast in anything but the cross of Christ.'