By David Murray and Brian G Hedges
Reset, by David Murray (208 pgs.) offers weary men hope for the future, helping them identify the warning signs of burnout and offering practical strategies for developing patterns that are necessary for living a grace-paced life; and Watchfulness, by Brian G Hedges (192 pgs.) is a call to men to be on the alert, to be faithful in prayer and other spiritual disciplines, and to develop the healthy habit of self-examination. (2 Paperbacks.)
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By David and Shona Murray and Tim Challies
Need some encouragement? Here are two readable books for wives and moms. Refresh(208 pgs.) by David and Shona Murray is an encouragement to women to slow down to a more grace-paced life and move away from a stressed-out way of living. Tim Challies’ Devoted: Great Men and Their Godly Moms (128 pgs.) tells the incredible stories of Godly mothers in history and how their Godly devotion had an eternal impact in the lives of their children.
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“My wife intercepted the book before I could crack it, and wouldn’t put it down the rest of the day. When I returned home from work I found my wife kneeling beside the couch seeking repentance before God. That was when I knew there was something really profound about this book!” —Rory
A Simple Guide to the Biblical Family
By Kevin Swanson
Every Christian family is like a garden, which sometimes grows greener and sometimes gets a little brown around the edges. How green is your family garden? This little book is a culmination of wisdom from multiple generations, intended for the restoration of healthy family gardens in this postmodern wasteland of disintegrated family life. Almost every chapter of the book recovers something that was largely lost in the last century—family discipleship, family economy, family honor, family relationships, family culture, family freedoms, family worship, and family life. Paperback. 214 Pages.
None Like Him
10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That’s a Good Thing)
By Jen Wilkin
God is self existent, self-sufficient, eternal, immutable, omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, sovereign, infinite, and incomprehensible. We’re not. And that’s a good thing. 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. Jen Wilkin calls us to embrace our limits as a means of glorifying God’s limitless power and invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God. Paperback. 176 Pages.
“Discipline is a subject about which the Scriptures say much-but contemporary authors have been peculiarly silent. Kent Hughes fills a gaping void with this superb volume.… If there is a spark of spiritual desire in your soul, this book will surely kindle it into a blazing passion for godly discipline.” —John MacArthur
Disciplines of a Godly Man
By R. Kent Hughes
“An athlete maybe born with a strong body, a musician with perfect pitch, or an artist with an eye for perspective. But none of us can claim an innate spiritual advantage. In reality, we are all equally disadvantaged. None of us naturally seeks after God, none is inherently righteous, none instinctively does good (cf. Romans 3:9-18). Therefore, as children of grace, our spiritual discipline is everything — everything!” – Kent Hughes Paperback. 304 Pages.
“This book is a treasure chest of Biblical wisdom. As Barbara urges us to fight the flab in our Christian lives, she generously shares the ways in which God has chiseled away at her life to make her the disciplined woman of faith that she is today. Her writing is thought provoking, stimulating, moving, encouraging, and deeply challenging. Every Christian woman who longs to be more like Jesus should read this book.” —Lindsay Benn, wife to the former bishop of Lewes, The Church of England
Disciplines of a Godly Woman
By Barbara Hughes
Discipline. For many of us, the word alone evokes dread. It’s not that we don’t want to be disciplined physically, mentally, and spiritually. The challenge seems too hard, and the motivation more about duty than desire. Barbara Hughes answers with this encouraging reality: The true heart of spiritual discipline is a relationship with God. As you grow in that relationship, embracing your heavenly Father and his ways, you discover that discipline is your lifeline to him. Using poignant stories and faithful reminders, Barbara opens her own heart to help you find the joy of full surrender. Paperback. 274 Pages.
The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook
Edited By Pat Ennis and Dorothy Kelly Patterson
This one-stop reference tool gives you tips and training on everything from meal planning to interior decorating, biblical womanhood to budgeting, so that you can become a holistic homemaker! With nearly 50 years of marriage experience, 30 years of college-level home economics instruction, and a commitment to biblical womanhood, the editors of The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook have compiled the comprehensive manual for today’s woman and her home. Paperback. 528 Pages.
Pitchin’ a Fit!
Overcoming Angry and Stressed-Out Parenting
By Israel & Brook Wayne
If you are a parent, you have been there. Children do things that test the limits of those of us who admire rationality and common sense. Our innate default in such moments is to respond badly. We all struggle with anger to some extent. It is only through learning what God has to say on the subject of anger, and through appropriating the power of the Holy Spirit, that we can escape the tyranny of our own tendencies and addictions. Paperback. 160 Pages.
More than a Gentle and Quiet Spirit
By Mark Chanski
Christian woman take dominion! “Play your position!” is a call we may hear a coach yell at a soccer or football game. The meaning is: Do what you have been assigned to do, and do it well! Many Christian women have been told over the years that they must quietly stay under their parasols while their men go out and conquer the world. Is this what the Bible really teaches? Author and pastor, Mark Chanski, insists that the Bible tells us a different story. He insists that the Bible teaches a woman to take dominion of her God-assigned role as wife, mother and church helper. Paperback. 200 Pages.