Missions in the Age of the Spirit by Dr. John York

In Missions in the Age of the Spirit, Dr. John York takes us through the missio dei and three key areas: In Scripture–from the Pentateuch through Revelation; in the early church and throughout the centuries; and in the missions tasks and responsibilities of today and the future. In the final section, York guides believers into a fresh understanding of the definition, demands, and devotion today’s missions efforts requires–and how close we are to fulfilling God’s mission.

The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

What can the call to discipleship, the adherence to the word of Jesus, mean today to the businessman, the soldier, the laborer, or the aristocrat? What did Jesus mean to say to us? What is his will for us today?

Drawing on the Sermon on the Mount, Dietrich Bonhoeffer answers these timeless questions by providing a seminal reading of the dichotomy between “cheap grace” and “costly grace.

Evangelism for the Rest of Us by Mike Bechtle

Evangelism for the Rest of Us shows you how to witness in ways that are compatible with who God created you to be. Instead of going so far out of your comfort zone, you can use your unique strengths to influence others in powerful ways. This book’s fresh, biblical insight will revive your passion for sharing Christ as you learn to work within your personality style instead of against it.

A Tale of 3 Kings by Gene Edwards

“What do you do when someone throws a spear at you?”
Light, clarity, and comfort for the brokenhearted. To the many Christians who have experienced pain, loss, and heartache at the hands of other believers, this compelling tale based on the biblical figures of David, Saul, and Absalom offers comfort, healing, and hope.

He Is There and He Is Not Silent by Francis Schaeffer

He Is There and He Is Not Silent discusses fundamental questions about God, such as who he is and why he matters.

A Grace Disguised by Jerry Sittser

A Grace Disguised plumbs the depths of sorrow, whether due to illness, divorce, or the loss of someone we love. The circumstances are not important; what we do with those circumstances is. In coming to the end of ourselves, we can come to the beginning of a new life—one marked by spiritual depth, joy, compassion, and a deeper appreciation of simple blessings.

Love Does by Bob Goff

When Love Does, life gets interesting. Each day turns into a hilarious, whimsical, meaningful chance that makes faith simple and real. Each chapter is a story that forms a book, a life. And this is one life you don’t want to miss. Light and fun, unique and profound, the lessons drawn from Bob’s life and attitude just might inspire you to be secretly incredible, too.

The Grave Robber by Mark Batterson

Sometimes it’s hard to believe that God still does miracles. We don’t expect Him to move in miraculous ways in our day-in and day-out lives. Maybe we’d like to see miracles, but it’s hard to see past our problems. All that is about to change, like water into wine.

Knowing Me, Knowing God by Malcom Goldsmith

In Knowing Me, Knowing God, Malcolm Goldsmith provides an easy-to-follow introduction to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator as it pertains to the spiritual life. The heart of this book is a spirituality questionnaire and its interpretation in connection to spirituality. The intent of the book is to explore ways in which persons might best open their hearts and minds to God.

The Sign Painter by Davis Bunn

A deeply emotive story about a young mother struggling to get back on her feet after a devastating loss leaves both her and her daughter alone and living on the street—from bestselling and award-winning author Davis Bunn.