Did you resolve to read more this year? Let us help! January's Book of the Month is a relaxing read, recommended by Marilyn Elliott: The Three Evangelists by Fred Vargas.
Aging is difficult, and caring for those who are aging can be hard as well. How do we balance safety and quality of life? Karen Vine reviews our book of the month: Being Mortal by Atul Gawande.
Henri Nouwen's book suggests that solitude and silence are two integral parts of unceasing prayer. Kathy Milans reviews this important writing on the desert fathers and their lives of communion with God.
Here's a list of 25 books that Andrew Dragos would bring to his office should he ever serve in local ministry again. Maybe you'll get some tips or ideas for resources to add to your own reading list or ministry library.
Today's post features Martha O'Reilly, author of Beyond the Deception of Depression. Here, she talks about the inspiration for her book and her hopes for those who will read it.
Apologetics can mature the faith of Christians or encourage Christians struggling with doubt. They may even lead a skeptic to be more receptive to the gospel. In this post, Andrew Dragos provides a list and summary of his 7 top books on apologetics.
The therapeutic relationship is essential to a positive outcome when helping another person. In Therapeutic Presence; A Mindful Approach to Effective Therapy by Shari...
As a pastoral counselor, my clients often want to talk about their walk with God. These discussions often contain feelings of guilt and frustration...
In this episode, each of our three hosts share their own opinion of the best books for Wesleyans. They run the gamut from modern books to foundational documents for the Wesleyan movement. Discussion then shifts to modern contemporary worship music and — on a tangent — 2014 movies.
I’ve admired the work of John Eldridge for some years now. I have known a number of men who have experienced extraordinary growth in...
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