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Alive: Gospel Sexuality for Students – Cooper Pinson

Alive: Gospel Sexuality for Students is a text that provides a Bible-based framework for discussing sexuality. It is written in a study guide format and includes a leader’s guide. This would be a good resource for church-based discussion with older teens and young adults.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth […]

The Struggle is Real: Getting Better at Life, Stronger in Faith, and Free from the Stuff Keeping You Stuck – Nicole Unice

The Struggle is Real is a terrific book that explores the idea that all of the ups and downs in our lives are all part of God’s bigger plan. Unice use a conversational tone as a writer, and you cannot help but feel like you are chatting with a friend as you read this book. […]

Too Blessed to be Stressed for Moms – Debora M. Coty

Too Blessed to be Stressed for Moms is a great little book. Debora Coty uses honesty and humor to provide an encouraging text for moms. Each chapter explores a mothering concern, includes a relevant Bible verse as well as an engaging real life story, and closes with questions for reflection. This book would make a […]

365 Devotions for a Thankful Heart – Zondervan

365 Devotions for a Thankful Heart is a lovely little book that provides an encouraging and uplifting devotional for each and every day of the year. Each entry includes a Bible verse, a short reading, and a closing prayer. This little gem would make a lovely Christmas gift!

While this complimentary book was provided for […]

The Biggest Win: Pro Football Players Tackle Faith – Joshua Cooley

The Biggest Win: Pro Football Players Tackle Faith is a great little read that is very inspiring. Each chapter concludes with a set of reflection questions. Although an enjoyable and uplifting read for any one, this book would be a particularly great resource for a small group Bible Study for high school aged athletes.

While […]

Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in World Gone Mad – Mike Cosper

Faith Among the Faithless explores whether Christianity can survive a secular age. Mike Cosper juxtaposes our modern society with the story of Esther from the Bible. This was an interesting and thought-provoking read which focused on the belief that God may be hidden but He is never absent.

While this complimentary book was provided for […]

A Light So Lovely: The Spiritual Legacy of Madeleine L’Engle – Sarah Arthur

A Wrinkle in Time captured my imagination as a child and was a favorite. As a result, I was very eager to read this book. It did not disappoint! Although the author does include quite a bit of biographical information about Madeleine L’Engle, the primary focus of the book is detailing the powerful impact and […]

I Can Only Imagine: A Memoir – Bart Millard and Robert Noland

I Can Only Imagine chronicles the story behind the number one selling Christian music single of all time. The emotionally charged story of Bart Millard’s life and specifically his relationship with his father is a testament to the power of God in the lives of his children. Whether you are a MercyMe fan or not, […]

A Bright Tomorrow: How to Face the Future Without Fear – Jared Mellinger

A Bright Tomorrow helps direct the reader to biblical truths that supply confidence and ultimately peace about the future. The text is easy to read and is enhanced by reflection questions at the end end of each chapter. This would make an excellent resource for a small group study.

This title – A Bright Tomorrow […]

The Better Mom: Growing in Grace between Perfection and the Mess – Ruth Schwenk

The Better Mom is a wonderfully encouraging book for moms. It includes helpful tips and stories that you cannot help but relate to as a mother. Ultimately, Schwenk explores how God uses motherhood as a means to shape us into who He wants us to become. This one is an easy, enjoyable read that will […]