As I read The Plurality Principle, I experienced numerous “aha” moments as Harvey was putting to words some of my own experiences.
Matt Merker wrote Corporate Worship because he knows that there is a connection between who the congregation sees themself to be and how they worship as a church.
This is a book that I want to get in the hands of every church member because it is the backbone of what we need in 2021: church unity.
In this volume, Matthew Mullins raises this question and makes the case that understanding and enjoying literature can equip you to love the Bible.
Deacons, like elders, are to be living-breathing examples of godliness for the church to model themselves after.
Joe Rigney’s recent book, More Than a Battle: How to Experience Victory, Freedom, and Healing from Lust, is (tragically) necessary. Some might find such an assertion odd, given the plethora of similar books already in print. “Do we really need another book on overcoming lust and pornography?” The answer is simply that until we, as […]
There are ways to write a book like this that circumvent the hard and complicated truths of Scripture, but Furman will have none of that.
The book is asking completely different questions: Where does discipleship happen in the church? What do they need? How do disciples grow? Where do disciples go?
As God’s image bearers, we can ask God to help us be more like him in how we treat other image bearers.
In this little collection of poems, we have the privilege of getting to know Lewis better. It is, in its way, a magnificent display of God’s saving grace.