Excited to be releasing the new book on Habakkuk! Here's a preview from the Introduction:
Planet Earth may look wonderful from a satellite, but for those who live on this dusty sphere, things can look rather grim. Rising terrorism, global tensions, economic trauma, increasing pollution, flagrant immorality, dishonesty and injustice cast a dark shadow over us Read More
Denny Burk and Heath Lambert, Transforming Homosexuality: What the Bible Says About Sexual Orientation and Change(Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2015).
Burk and Lambert have written an important, convicting book, for all Christians. They argue that sinful acts are Read More
We have a serious issue before us over which Christians are divided in their response. I received a question from a member of the church asking me how we should respond to the Syrian Refugees. In his email he said, Read More
Welcome to my new website. I’m so thankful to my friends Jesse and Mary Matlock who built the site, and to Rachel Elliott who has developed the content. They are a blessing to me and to you.
Check out the new books, discover what’s coming next. In the weeks and months to come you will see Read More
f I am totally honest with myself, the truth is that I want you to think that I am a spiritual guy; that I am good at giving, praying and fasting. After all, I’m the pastor, right? Am I more concerned about the appearance of spirituality or the reality? Of course, we should all Read More
Immanuel’s Veins, Ted Dekker
Very strong fantasy novel set in 1700s. Dekker leaves you thinking. He does an amazing job of helping you see and feel the destructive power of evil as a corruption of good. What looks like love and beauty is ugly and hate-filled. What looks tasty Read More
The Priest’s Graveyard, Ted Dekker
This is another solid work from Dekker. This is a great story, skillfully written as a thriller with a twist. Dekker exposes the damages of abuse, the power of revenge, abandoned souls seeking redemption in distorted ways. Read More
QBQ The Question Behind the Question, John Miller
This is a very short powerful book on personal accountability at work and in life. His point is to avoid questions such as “who dropped the ball?” “When is someone going to train me?” “Why don’t they communicate better?” “It’s Read More
The Tangible Kingdom, Creating Incarnational Community
Hugh Halter and Matt Smay
Solid readable challenge to live a missional everyday life in contrast with most consumerist passive Christians often caught in traps of religiosity. Since 2008 this thinking has become more main stream, but this book is a recent early call Read More
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