Books from experienced Christians past and present teach sound doctrine, encourage us in our walk with Jesus, warn us of pitfalls to avoid, and instruct us in practical wisdom. Here are such books we’ve found helpful.
This classic work by C.S. Lewis has influenced the conversion journeys of countless Christians, from Chuck Colson to Dr. Francis Collins. It condenses the essence of the Christian faith into its core tenets and marshals a convincing and winsome case for their authenticity. Highly recommended for pre-Christians exploring the truth claims of the Bible.
In this insightful volume on entire sanctification, Dr. Grider lays out the essence of this core Wesleyan doctrine. Equating entire sanctification with being filled with the Spirit, he describes how this work of grace is received and maintained. He also distinguishes between the oft-confused topics of carnality and human weakness. The included Frequently Asked Questions section delves into whether entire sanctification impacts prejudices or improper motives, why there are two works of grace, and why it’s so important to understand this doctrine accurately.
Ever wondered how to better share your faith? Need some inspiration and how-tos for boldly naming Christ with lost friends, co-workers, or neighbors? Mark Cahill propels his readers into bolder steps in personal evangelism in this book. Packed with gripping stories from his own experiences sharing the gospel, One Thing You Can’t Do In Heaven will challenge and encourage you as a follower of Jesus in taking the good news to people around you who desperately need to hear it.