Summer Reading List: Staff Recommendations
Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion
by Os Guiness
In a post-Christian context, Christians now need to present a compelling argument for the Gospel to people who aren't interested. This book is a warm approach to apologetics and worldview conversations with people who do not know Christ.
Making Sense of God: Finding God in the Modern World
by Timothy Keller
This book is a follow-up to Keller's popular book Reason for God. In this book, he explores varied approaches to an increasingly secular society and why Christ is more relevant than ever.
Words with God: Trading Boring, Empty Prayer for Real Connection
by Addison D. Bevere
While we know we should be in prayer often, it's a struggle for most of us. We wonder if anything happens when we pray. This book takes you on a pathway of prayer to where God reveals himself to you.
by J. Alasdair Groves & Winston T. Smith
For many of us, we live by the life motto "conceal, don't feel". Others of us feel our life is controlled by our emotions. This book explores how God designed our emotions for good and how to effectively navigate our emotions.
Safeguards: Shielding our Homes and Equipping our Children
by Julie Lowe
Julie Lowe, a family counselor, equips parents to raise children with wise, Biblical boundaries. Rather than living in denial and fear, parents can prepare children to embrace their faith in a world tainted by evil.
The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place
by Andy Crouch
This book helps readers get a grip on the burden of technological freedom and find a path to rediscovering true living in a device-driven world.
Raising Emotionally Strong Boys: Tools Your Son Can Build On for Life
by David Thomas
David Thomas illuminates typical emotional challenges facing boys and shares how you can shepherd them to be resourceful, aware, resilient, and empathetic.
Raising Worry-Free Girls: Helping Your Daughter Feel Braver, Stronger, and Smarter in an Anxious World
by Sissy Goff
The prevalence of anxiety in childhood is skyrocketing, particularly among girls. This book will equip parents to instill bravery and strength in their daughters.
Intentional Parenting: 10 Ways to Be an Exceptional Parent in a Quick-Fix World
by Doug & Cathy Fields
Opting for quick-fix parenting may provide temporary relief for parental stress, but it fails to foster positive long-term outcomes. This book provides parents with 10 specific actions that will equip them to become more effective parents.
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