Bake thorough the Bible by Susie Bentley-Taylor & Bekah Moore

A child learns in radically different ways than a adult, and many times parents, guardians, and educators forget this important component when it comes to teaching a child.  This is why many homes, schools, and churches have started to include tactile learning in addition to rote memorization of important facts and truths.  Also known as … Continue reading Bake thorough the Bible by Susie Bentley-Taylor & Bekah Moore

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Beginning with God (Book 1) by Jo Boddam-Whetham

“Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 19:14 ESV)  The Lord Jesus said this to his disciples who were trying to hinder children from learning the Gospel.  He rebuked his disciples those who were trying to help him for they were trying … Continue reading Beginning with God (Book 1) by Jo Boddam-Whetham

Luke: A Commentary (NTL) by John T. Carroll

Luke, is an New Testament commentary, written by John T. Carroll published by Westminster John Knox Press.  This commentary is one of the most well written volumes in the New Testament Library Commentary, a series which is synonymous with thought provoking critical scholarship, this volume continues this legacy.  While Carroll is no stranger to Biblical … Continue reading Luke: A Commentary (NTL) by John T. Carroll

Acts of the Apostles (PNTC) by David G. Peterson

The Acts of the Apostles, is an Old Testament commentary, written by David G. Peterson published by Eerdmans.  This commentary is one of the finest volumes in the Pillar New Testament Commentary Series with famed editor D.A. Carson, a series which is synonymous with superior exegesis and excellent application, this volume continues this legacy.  This … Continue reading Acts of the Apostles (PNTC) by David G. Peterson

The Presbyterian Creed by S. Donald Fortson III

Presbyterian history is a subject which is usually ignored by many, even by those who identify as Presbyterian. Yet if one ignores this topic they fail to understand why they have the tradition they practice or why certain confessions are in their constitution, while others are ignored. One of the greatest books on this subject … Continue reading The Presbyterian Creed by S. Donald Fortson III

Katharina and Martin Luther by Michelle DeRusha

2017 is the 500th anniversary the Protestant Reformation. In the five hundred years since the Reformation begin many biographical accounts have been told of the reformers, from that of Luther, Calvin, Bullinger, Zwingli, Knox, and Cranmer, just to name a few. Yet most of these works focus on the life of the reformer, for instance … Continue reading Katharina and Martin Luther by Michelle DeRusha

This Changes Everything: How The Gospel Transforms The Teen Years by Jaquelle Crowe

When I picked up, This Changes Everything: How The Gospel Transforms The Teen Years, I expected it to be a book about youth ministry from the perspective of either a newer or veteran youth worker.  With a subtitle of  "How the Gospel Transforms the Teen Years" why would I not. Yet as I came to the introduction … Continue reading This Changes Everything: How The Gospel Transforms The Teen Years by Jaquelle Crowe

The “Disciple Investing” Life by Rod Culbertson

Discipleship is a key concept of the Great Commission yet many Christians do not know how to go about the task of discipleship. In this new landmark work The "Disciple Investing" Life: Helping Others Grow in Their Relationship with Christ, Rod Culbertson, beloved professor of practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte North Carolina, … Continue reading The “Disciple Investing” Life by Rod Culbertson