Category Archives: Recommended

“Becoming a Disciple-Making Church” by Neil T. Anderson

Becoming a Disciple-Making Church: A Proven Method for Growing Spiritually Mature ChristiansBecoming a Disciple-Making Church: A Proven Method for Growing Spiritually Mature Christians by Neil T. Anderson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book, written by Neil T. Anderson, asserts that it is the proven method on how to grow spiritually mature Christians. I am familiar with Neil’s works, and wanted to take a look and see what he had to say in this book. Continue reading

“The Case for Christ” by Lee Strobel

The Case for ChristThe Case for Christ by Lee Strobel
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This popular work by Strobel is one that resonates with those who seek a more academic and challenging approach to apologetics. Featuring a type of investigative journalism, the author uses his legal background to seek to challenge the tenets of Christianity and walks away from the inquisition as one who professes belief in the very religious framework he sought to undermine. Continue reading

“Sticky Faith Service Guide” by Kara E. Powell

Sticky Faith Service Guide: Moving Students from Mission Trips to Missional LivingSticky Faith Service Guide: Moving Students from Mission Trips to Missional Living by Kara E. Powell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Do you have a Sticky Faith? Fuller Institute initiated the “Sticky Faith” series, which is nothing like the sticker book that Tyndale sold and called “sticky faith.” This Sticky Faith is actually serious and designed to be effective and efficient, as well as practical, relational, and beneficial. Continue reading

“Who Moved My Pulpit?” by Thom S. Rainer

Who Moved My Pulpit?: Leading Change in the ChurchWho Moved My Pulpit?: Leading Change in the Church by Thom S. Rainer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In this book, Thom. S. Rainer approaches challenges within the pastorate leadership of a church. Using an example of a pulpit being moved, Rainer highlights challenges that pastors face with leadership. As the culture changes, the church needs to change to stay modern. Continue reading