Reading recommendations

Our staff have put together a list of reading recommendations for you to keep your mind occupied as well as encourage you on your spiritual journey.

  • Coronavirus and Christ / John Piper

    Piper offers six biblical answers to what is God doing through the coronavirus. 

  • How great is our god / Louie Giglio

    100 Indescribable Devotions About God and Science

  • Letters to the church / Francis Chan

    If God had it His way, what would your church look like?

  • In his image / jen wilkin

    Sometimes we ask 'What is God's will for my life?' when we should really be asking 'Who should I be?' The Bible has an answer: Be like the very image of God.

  • Finding god's life for my will: his presence is the plan / Mike Donehey

    The lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for award-winning contemporary Christian band Tenth Avenue North shows readers that by seeking God first and focusing on serving Him, we can live daily in His will. 

  • The Blessed life...that no one really wants / troy dobbs

    It's easy to receive an easy message, one that allows us to settle back in our comfortable seats. But occasionally we hear a message that shakes us up, a message that challenges our comfortable thinking. 

  • Live / Sadie robertson

    Live, the newest book from New York Times bestselling author and popular social media presence Sadie Robertson, addresses life's weightiest matters and choices in fun, practical and biblical ways.

  • A peculiar glory / John piper

    God has provided a way for all people, not just scholars, to know that the Bible is the Word of God. John Piper has devoted his life to showing us that the glory of God is the object of the soul's happiness. Now, his burden in this book is to demonstrate that this same glory is the ground of the mind's certainty.

  • Stop Asking jesus into your heart / J.D Greear

    "If there were a Guinness Book of World Records entry for 'amount of times having prayed the sinner's prayer,' I'm pretty sure I'd be a top contender," says pastor and author J.D Greeaver. He struggled for many years to gain an assurance of salvation and eventually learned he was not alone. 

  • Not Forsaken / Louie Giglio

    What do you think about when you think about God? Some would say he’s a ruler that expects absolute loyalty and tribute. Others say God is their coach who’s only satisfied when they’ve pushed hard enough and performed to his expectations. Maybe to you he’s more like a virtual assistant you address when you’ve exhausted all other options, or an old man sitting in a cloud who’s best days are behind him, better off forgotten.

  • Awaken / Priscilla Shirer

    The choice of a devotional book is more personal than most. This kind of reading is not merely for the purpose of leisure and enjoyment. No, with this kind of resource you’re expecting and praying for something more. You want to hear from God, receive His direction, and be refreshed in the depths of your soul. Only God’s Word can do that.


    Whether it’s the Christmas and Easter Christians or the faithful church attenders whose hearts are cold toward the Lord, we’ve all encountered cultural Christians. They’d check the Christian box on a survey, they’re fine with church, but the truth is, they’re far from God. So how do we bring Jesus to this overlooked mission field?

  • NONE LIKE HIM / Jenn Wilkin

    Our limitations are by design. We were never meant to be God. But at the root of every sin is our rebellious desire to possess attributes that belong to God alone. Calling us to embrace our limits as a means of glorifying God's limitless power, Jen Wilkin invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God.

  • Becoming a Welcoming Church / THOM RAINER

    In almost all of Thom S. Rainer's consultations, church members perceive their church to be friendly. But as he surveyed guests, he found that the guests typically saw church members as unfriendly. The perception chasm existed because the members were indeed friendly . . . to one another. The guests felt like they crashed a private party.

  • The Jesus Storybook Bible / SALLY LLOYD JONES (For kids)

    While other Kids’ Bibles contain stories from the Old and New Testaments, The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the Story beneath all the stories in the Bible, pointing to Jesus as our Savior. From the Old Testament through the New Testament, as the Story unfolds, children will clearly see that Jesus is at the center of God's great story of salvation—and at the center of their story too.