“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.
“A Redesigned Life,” by Tracy Steel, claims to “uncover God’s purpose when life doesn’t go as planned.” A topic many Christians struggle with, Steel does a great job encouraging readers to recognize who and Whose they are.
“Take Back Your Time,” by Morgan Tyree, promises to “identify your priorities, decrease stress, and increase productivity.” In nine, quick to read chapters, Tyree helps to sift the most manic of schedules into seasons of organized chaos.
“Confident Moms, Confident Daughters,” by Maria Furlough, caught my attention in the author bio. As a fellow mom of an eleven-year-old daughter, I knew the words Maria wrote were meant to help equip my heart.
This book immediately grabbled my attention. Who doesn’t want to “strengthen your relationship with God, others, and yourself” as the subtitle promises?
“Back Roads to Belonging,” by Kristen Strong, subtitled, “Unexpected Paths to Finding Your Place and Your People,” is a wonderfully written work about fellowship, friendship and actively engaging in community.
Discovering the beauty and freedom of God-defined sexuality,” the subtitle read, and I immediately choose to read this book on account of my two tween daughters and the state of life they are fast approaching.
This book tackles “pressing questions about evolution, sexuality, history, and violence.” With a section of the book dedicated to each topic, Longman breaks down the Biblical application of each these societally sensitive issues.