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Posts with the category “reading-recommendations”

Reformation Resources
by Josh Lough on October 12th, 2022
Type your new text here. 1. Luther: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VK0p-tuuaoIf you don’t have time to read about the Reformation, and an hour and a half documentary would be most helpful to you, look no further than “Luther: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformer.” Put out by Ligonier Ministries (R.C. Sproul), this is a great summary, not only of Lu...  Read More
Audiobook Recommendation: "The Mingling of Souls"
by Joe Bennett on October 5th, 2022
Are you looking to grow in your understanding of marriage and biblical dating principles, but you don’t like reading? Have you read the book “Song of Solomon” in your Bible but wondered how this ancient romantic poetry actually applies in your daily life? If you answered "yes" to these questions, then you would love “The Mingling of Souls” by Matt Chandler! Chloe and I recently listened through th...  Read More
Reading Recommendation: "The Meaning of Marriage"
by Joe Bennett on August 3rd, 2022
It’s August, which means anniversary posts are all over social media. So, this month I am recommending Chloe’s and my favorite book on marriage: “The Meaning of Marriage” by Tim Keller. Every year Chloe and I aim to read another book on marriage or parenting together to keep learning and growing towards Christ as a couple. Below are six quotes from the marriage book we have found to be the most in...  Read More
Reading Recommendation: "The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment"
by Joe Bennett on June 28th, 2022
“Visit many good books, but live in the Bible.” – Charles Spurgeon I plan to publish a regular reading recommendation each month to help members of our local church find “good books” to “visit” alongside their love of the Bible. This first reading recommendation comes from an early 17th-century Puritan Pastor named Jeremiah Burroughs. It is a 200-page meditation on Philippians 4:11 where Paul say...  Read More