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Peace Child by Don Richardson

Book Review: Peace Child

Don Richardson is a Canadian Christian missionary, teacher, author and speaker who worked among the tribes of Western New Guinea, Indonesia. He contends that hidden among tribal cultures are often practices or understandings, which point to Christ and can be used to illustrate the gospel. From 1962 to 1977 Don, his wife Carol and their […]

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What Is The Mission Of The Church? by Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert

Book Review: What Is The Mission Of The Church?

Kevin DeYoung has been the Senior Pastor at University Reformed Church in Michigan since 2004. He has written seven noteworthy books, including this one, in the past five years. This book was co-authored by Greg Gilbert, pastor of Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville. The authors do a commendable job of talking about issues such […]

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A Place Of Healing by Joni Eareckson Tada

Book Review: A Place of Healing

This 2010 tome is Joni Eareckson Tada’s 48th book. Eareckson Tada is a radio host, a conference speaker and founder of the worldwide ministry Joni And Friends. At age 61 she is a 44-year survivor of a swimming accident that left her a quadriplegic. Following 40 years of quadriplegia Joni writes this book in the […]

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Unfashionable by Tullian Tchividjian

Book Review: Unfashionable

Tullian Tchividjian makes a great argument that as many churches race to be cool and relevant to modern culture they are actually doing damage to their purpose. Non-Christians do not want a church that is a reflection of the broken world we live in. Instead our society is begging for a church that stands out […]

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Suffering and the Sovereignty of God by John Piper and Justin  Taylor

Book Review: Suffering And The Sovereignty Of God

The bulk of this book came from talks given at the 2005 Desiring God National Conference on “Suffering and the Sovereignty of God.” Sections of the book come from speeches originally given by Carl Ellis, John Piper, David Powlison, Stephen Saint, Dustin Shramek, Join Eareckson Tada, Mark Talbot and Justin Taylor. Each essay is rooted […]

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Lottie Moon by Regina Sullivan

Book Review: Lottie Moon

The full title of this book is Lottie Moon: A Southern Baptist Missionary To China In History And Legend. From the title a reader might assume this book has a substantive amount to do with the amazing life and missions exploits of the missionary Lottie Moon. Unfortunately, that is not the case. This book not […]

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Book Review: King’s Cross

Tim Keller is a New York Times best selling author, speaker, and the founding pastor of the 5,000 person Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. King’s Cross is a look at the life of Jesus Christ as told from the gospel of Mark. The book is essentially a biography of Jesus and explores His […]

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