Christian Book Recommendations

Christian Book Recommendations

Book Recommendations from Christians Are you unsure of what to read next? Our staff gave you a few choices to think about. The following are some of their suggestions: Linda, Representative for Customer Service Which book do you tend to recommend to clients, friends, and family the most frequently? Jodie Berndt’s “Praying the Scriptures for Your Children” While raising my boys, I read this book many times and found it to be both encouraging and challenging. When I was struggling as a young mother, it always reminded me of scripture, and I have given it to a number of next-generation mothers in the hope that it will encourage them to pray for their children as well. Which book are you reading right now? untouched by Bob Goff’s presence. I’m being asked to examine my priorities and how I spend my time, as well as what the Bible says should be my priorities. It’s helpful to consider what I think God wants me to do with my time, then look at what I’m actually doing with my time, and then make an effort to get rid of the things that are keeping me from fulfilling my God-given purpose. Additional Tips from Linda: By Priscilla Shirer, fervent Shellie Rushing Tomlinson’s album Rocking It Grand Laura Neutzling’s Grandma’s Kisses and Hugs Hallee Bridgeman’s Honor Bound Randy Alcorn’s Money, Possessions, and Eternity Becca, Manager of Marketing Which book do you tend to recommend to clients, friends, and family the most frequently? The Road Back to You by Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabile is always a favorite of mine. A journey of self-discovery has something that is eye-opening and empowering. This unique approach to our relationship with God, others, and ourselves enables us to grow and walk in a space of awareness and connection, despite the fact that this journey is frequently neither easy nor enjoyable. Which book are you reading right now? I’m currently wrapping up a summer of light, enjoyable reading. Plot Twist, written by Bethany Turner, is my most recent book. As an employee of a bookstore, there is something delightful about reading books about books and other people who love books. This is just one of many book-related books on my to-be-read shelf. Additional Tips from Becca Suzanne Stabile’s journal The Path Between Us Suzanne Stabile’s The Journey Toward Wholeness is a book. Susan Coll’s book Bookish People Melissa Ferguson’s Meet Me in the Margins is a book. Aubri, Interim Manager of the CafĂ© Which book do you tend to recommend to clients, friends, and family the most frequently? Becoming Elisabeth Elliot by Ellen Vaughn is a book I often recommend. The author tells the story of an incredible woman who translated the Bible with such grace, and she is such a good storyteller. Elisabeth Elliot’s life, in my opinion, is such an example of the devotion that every Christian ought to have to the Lord and the presence of God. Which book are you reading right now? Timothy Keller’s Prayer is the book I’m currently reading. I really like how he incorporates the prayers of other early church fathers into his more contemporary notions of human-God communion.