Of Joe Thorn’s latest book, Joey Cochran says, “Every person needs the truths from Experiencing the Trinity. We’re all weak, vulnerable to sin, and prone to revert to old ways.”
Here are five books we have on our radar as titles that can help you and your ministry, including Matt Papa’s “Look and Live” and Jefferson Bethke’s “It’s Not What You Think.”
When worldview is the topic, there needs to be a paradigm, which we use to discuss basic, foundational ideas, which answer questions about our world. Smith breaks his paradigm down to four questions: Who are we? Where are we? What is wrong? What is the answer?
Here are six books we believe are worth your time: Onward by Russell Moore, Unleashed by Eric Mason, Things of This Earth by Joe Rigney, Teams That Thrive from Warren Bird and Ryan Hartwig, Finding Truth by Nancy Pearcey, and Heaven, How I Got Here from Colin Smith.
LifeWay has partnered with filmmakers Stephen and Alex Kendrick to provide churches with a suite of resources to accompany their latest film, War Room, which spotlights prayer, its power and purpose.
One of the reasons I want to write books is because God has used books so much in my own life and growth.
Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir will offer a free, live stream of the world premiere concert of its new CD, Pray, on Sunday, Feb. 8 beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern. The new CD releases Feb. 10.
Those who follow Jesus have a God-given command and Spirit-empowered desire to share the gospel, but often we don’t know where to begin. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Being the children of a pastor creates a set of (false) expectations for PKs that can add up to create a sense of pressure that can be overwhelming. Barnabas Piper addresses this in his new book.