While challenging, Edwards will greatly benefit those who persevere in reading his works.
As one who is entrusted with a leadership position, I find it profitable to read of others who have led.
Every Christian should read this old book, at the very least, to grow in the knowledge and enjoyment of the timeless One to whom it directs their thoughts.
FTC.co asks Trevin Wax, Bible and Reference Publisher at Lifeway Christian Resources, "What kind of books should pastors read that they may not normally be drawn to?"
These words gave me permission to wonder at God and to deepen in enjoyment of the true story of his Son’s reigning forevermore.
Read the book Matt Chandler says "demystifies discipleship."
This new book from FTC managing editor Jared C. Wilson promises to help you introduce your dreams for church growth to the biblical metrics of grace.
Announcing the winners of the 2nd annual FTC Book Awards.
Introducing the first annual FTC Book Awards!
This new book shows readers how to rely more fully on the power of the Holy Spirit for growth and satisfaction in their lives.
Thomas Nelson is offering some exclusive resources for all pre-orders of Jared Wilson's upcoming book Supernatural Power for Everyday People.
The waves of trends beat against the rocks of God’s Word. They make quite a noise, but they can never change it.
FTC.co asks Nathan Finn, Dean of The School of Theology and Missions at Union University, "What kind of books should pastors read?"
What kind of books should pastors read that they normally don’t?
For many, “joy” and “reading plan” don’t jive. How many of us have set out January 1 with Genesis 1 only to fail somewhere around Leviticus 10?
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On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz discuss what they're reading, what pastors are reading, and what pastors should be reading.
Either way, whether you choose books or digital, make the acquisition and assimilation of a good library a part of your ministerial journey.
Purpose to become a lifelong “collector” of theological and biblical books.
How then does a minister, especially a young minister, go about building a good theological library for a lifetime of ministry?
The new release from Jason K. Allen is a guide to living as a Christian every day.
The progress I’ve made in Augustine is minimal, but I would like to offer my current thoughts on reading this intellectual giant.
I would argue that a book is only truly influential in so far as it somehow moves into your life without you asking it to.
In the spirit of Hebrews 11, reading good biographies summons forth a veritable chorus of cheers, encouraging us to lay aside every encumbrance and sin that so easily entangles us and to run with endurance the race set before us.
Christians who are building personal libraries should be utilizing these resources for the purpose of being conformed to the image of Christ and helping others to follow suit.
“Do you know why there are a thousand fresh self-help books every year? It’s because they don’t work.”
Choice lines from this recent release.
This is how the Christian life is designed to work . . .
I have composed this list thinking of the kinds of needs and interests most Christians seek out answers for in the sorts of books that sell most often at Christian bookstores.