• "The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden" by Kevin DeYoung

    - Jim Daly

    "So often, our kids hear individual stories from the Bible without fully understanding how these accounts are tied to the biggest story of Christs ultimate victory over sin. Kevin DeYoung has linked together the Bible stories that are familiar to children into one, enthralling volume. From the first page to the last, kids will come to understand why Jesus death, resurrection, and ascension are truly at the center of all of history.”

  • "New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional" by Paul David Tripp

    Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

    “Each morning for years, Paul Tripp has served fresh-brewed wisdom and encouragement through his pithy, thought-provoking tweets, reminding us again and again of the all-sufficiency of Christ and his grace. New Morning Mercies offers more of the same (without the limitation of 140 characters)! These devotional readings will strengthen, nourish, and recalibrate your heart, and open your eyes to behold God’s fresh mercies at the dawn of each new day.”

  • "A Gospel Primer for Christians: Learning to See the Glories of God's Love" by Milton Vincent

    - Bob Kauflin

    "There is no greater news than that Jesus came to die for our sins in order to bring us to God. This biblically saturated book will help you understand why that is such great news. Milton Vincent’s Gospel Primer for Christians is one of the rare books that helps us not only to know the Gospel, but also to love the Gospel and see how it applies to every area of our lives. I have used the pre-published version of this book in my devotions for years and I’m thrilled that more people are now able to benefit from it."

  • - Trent Blake (age 17)

    “Powerful! Packed with the fundamental values of the Christian faith, This Changes Everything does an excellent job presenting what truly matters most to my generation. A simple, yet profound book, I would recommend This Changes Everything to any young person eager to start taking their faith seriously.”

  • "Come, Let Us Adore Him: A Daily Advent Devotional" by Paul David Tripp

    - Elyse M. Fitzpatrick

    “In the chaos, inadequacies, and fears that all too often overshadow the Advent season, it is easy to forget that this day, above all other days, speaks of stillness, welcome, and assurance. It tells us that we have been, and are now, completely loved no matter if we remember all the presents or if the lights on our tree wont work. This devotional will help us remember the great love with which we have been loved. Read its pages, share it with your family. Enter into that manger scene. And breathe.”                                                                                                    

  • "Precious Truths in Practice" by Martha Peace

    "When our lives are in crisis and we are overwhelmed and filled with anxiety, Christians can lean on the steadfast promises of God to get them through each day. Our faith is strengthened by the knowledge of the character of God. God wants to be known by His children, and evidence of that is found throughout Scripture. This book will increase your faith and help you to find peace as you trust in God's path for your life."

  • "Gospel Treason" by Brad Bigney

    - Jim Newheiser

    "A much needed book that explains and exposes heart idolatry and clearly  offers the Gospel as the only cure."                                                                                                                

  • "The Cross Centered Life" by C.J. Mahaney

    "Sometimes the most important truths are the easiest to forget. It's time to get back to the starting point of the Christian life - the cross of Christ. Jesus' work on your behalf must be the central motivation for your life and faith - the main thing. 'Never lay it aside. Never move on,' says C.J. Mahaney, who shows you how to center every day around the cross of Calvary and how to escape the pitfalls of legalism, condemnation, and feelings-driven faith."

  • "Shepherding a Child's Heart" by Tedd Tripp

    - John MacArthur

    "With the plethora of material on parenting and the family, it is surprising - and distressing - to see how few books are genuinely biblical. Here is a refreshing exception. Tedd Tripp offers solid, trustworthy, biblical help for parents. If you are looking for the right perspective and practical help, you won't find a more excellent guide." 

  • "Age of Opportunity" by Paul David Tripp

    - Ted Tripp

    "...a wealth of biblical wisdom and a treasure of practical steps for understanding and shepherding your teen's heart."

  • "Gentle and Lowly" by Dane Ortlund

    - Andrew Hall

    "Linger for any time among these pages and you will find your heart stirred to sit at the feet of Jesus. The portrait of Christ that is painted in these pages is gospel infused, laden with theological reflection, and pastorally wise. As you read, Christ's beauty comes out with glory and goodness, stirring the heart to reveal how precious Christ is to the heart of sinners and sufferers."

  • "Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds" by Jen Wilkin

    - Abe Tunnicliff

    "One of the absolute best resources when it comes to learning how to read God's word. And don't let the title fool you - this book is a must read for everyone."

  • "Conscience: What It Is, How to Train It, and Loving Those Who Differ" by Andrew David Naselli and Joseph Donald Crowley

    "What do you do when you disagree with other Christians? How do you determine which convictions are negotiable and which are not? How do you get along with people who have different personal standards?

    All of these questions have to do with the conscience. Yet there is hardly a more neglected topic among Christians. In this much-needed book, a New Testament scholar and cross-cultural missionary explore all thirty passages in the New Testament that deal with the conscience, showing how your conscience impacts virtually every aspect of life, ministry and missions. As you come to see your conscience as a gift from God and learn how to calibrate it under the lordship of Jesus, Christ, you will not only experience the freedom of a clear conscience but also discover how to lovingly interact with those who hold different convictions."

  • "Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad" by Mike Cosper

    - Andrew Whytock

    "The premise is essentially that we can learn from the characters in the book of Esther (Esther and Mordecai in particular) how to live as faithful people of God in a faithless age. Our society is decidedly secular, while Persia in Esther’s time was heavily pagan. As Cosper writes, “Esther’s story reveals a way forward in a culture where people of faith find themselves at the margins of society.” (intro. XV) That’s us. Whether you realize it or now, if you call yourself a Christian today then you are indeed on the margins."