With the recent passing of George H. W. Bush, I have recognized that the Greatest Generation is disappearing—but their story and contribution to our nation must not be lost. This memoir captures the realities of war but also the tenacity of a generation rooted in a love for country and their God.
It’s always refreshing to find a book that deals so honestly with the reality of brokenness. Steve Wiens is able to navigate beautifully within that honesty to bring us a hopeful vision of our own humanity in the image of God.
“Doing Evangelism” can seem intimidating or forced. Matt Mikalatos, with his unique blend of humor and wisdom, shows how evangelism is not a chore, but an opportunity to share a well-translated message to a friend. It’s encouraging and practical for genuinely sharing the love of Christ with others.
My guard usually goes up when someone tries to talk to me about integrity. But with Words and Deeds, my guard went straight down. This book models integrity even as it calls us to it—and, with its helpful assessment tool, makes the path easier to travel.
The Message brings the scripture alive for me in fresh, new ways I never knew possible. And in this devotional, with Eugene Peterson’s very poignant, thought-provoking, and illuminating insights, I feel like I’m sitting down with—and learning from—Eugene in a very personal moment together. My day is simply not complete without my daily time with this devo.