“Still. 7 Ways to Find Calm in the Chaos,” gives readers practical tools to use in their everyday lives. We are all prone to worry, and many of us suffer or know someone who suffers from anxiety.
“Living Beyond Pain, A Holistic Approach to Manage Pain and Get Your Life Back” by Linda S. Mintle, PhD and James W. Kribs, DO, is an incredibly powerful resource.
“God Confident Kids, Helping Your Child Find True Purpose, Passion and Peace,” by Cyndie Claypool de Neve is a wonderful resource for parents and those who work in youth ministry.
“100 Words of Affirmation Your Wife Needs to Hear,” by Matt Jacobson, and “100 Words of Affirmation Your Husband Needs to Hear,” by Lisa Jacobson, are great resources for married couples.
“100 Words of Affirmation Your Husband Needs to Hear,” by Lisa Jacobson, and “100 Words of Affirmation Your Wife Needs to Hear,” by Matt Jacobson, are wonderful tools for married couples.
“The Pursuit of Excellence,” by George Sweeting, is remarkably written and inspired. Sweeting, sixth president and chancellor of Moody Bible Institute, writes confidently of what it takes to fully follow Christ.
Is following Jesus worth it? A main theme of this book, readers will be challenged to analyze their understanding of God’s love.
“Faith for Exiles,” by David Kinnaman and Mark Matlock, gives readers, “5 Ways for a New Generation to Follow Jesus in Digital Bablyon.” The topic is relevant, and the content is backed by the latest Barna research. The Five Practices are the five main chapters of the book.
“Pray Big Things,” by Julia Jeffress Sadler promises “the surprising life God has for you when you’re bold enough to ask.” Prayer is powerful.
“Nice,” by Sharon Hodde Miller, answers the question “why we love to be liked and how God calls us to more.” It’s a convicting and soul-stripping book that will challenge us to leave our comfortable faith behind and develop a more radically authentic understanding of what it means to follow Jesus.