As you may have noticed, I review books a lot on my blog, probably more than anything else I post. So, here is a list of books that I have reviewed as well as a list of books that I am reading to review:

Books I have reviewed:

Eschatological Discipleship, by Trevin Wax
Trevin Wax brings a dimension to discipleship that many probably don’t even know is there! Read more about it HERE.

The CSB Kids Bible, Holman
This is a great discipline Bible for younger children, as well as an awesome aid in helping them read. For those truly concerned with the young disciples in your life, this is a tremendous tool to utilize with them. Read more about it HERE.

The Big Book of Bible Stories for Toddlers, B&H Kids
With little to go wrong, The Big Book of Bible Stories for Toddlers is an incredible resource for families teaching their children! Read my review HERE

The Apologetics Study Bible, B&H Publishing
The Apologetics Study Bible, CSB, is a great addition to one’s collection of Bibles, especially with the current issues that it tackles from a Christian worldview, such as cloning. It’s a great one to have and you can read by HERE.
The Extent of the Atonement, by David L. Allen
The Extent of the Atonement is an incredible read. Whether you agree or disagree with David Allen’s conclusions regarding universal versus limited atonement, this book is a must-have resource on the atonement. Read why HERE.

Anatomy of an Affair, by Dave Carder, Moody Publishing
Anatomy of an Affair is a wonderful work towards helping the hurting and struggling stay strong through equipping and strengthening marriages and relationships. Read my review of this great tool HERE.

My Merry Christmas, by Sally Lloyd-Jones, Illustrated by Sara Gianassi
My Merry Christmas is one of the best, if not the best, children’s book regarding the TRUE meaning of Christmas. Read my review HERE.

The Psalms and Proverbs Devotional For Women
The Psalms and Proverbs Devotional For Women is an excellent devotion with a great new take on reading through Psalms and Proverbs. To read more, click HERE!

CSB Notetaking Bible
The CSB Notetaking Bible is a wonderful addition to the CSB Family, and a wonderful tool to help with personal devotions. Read more HERE.
My Little Words Devotional, by Michelle Burke
Read about the My Little Words Devotional HERE.
Pass It On, A Proverbs Journal For The Next Generation, by Champ Thornton
This is a wonderful gift to give, and not just at Christmas time! Read why HERE.

The Child Safeguarding Policy Guide for Churches and Ministries, by Tchividjian and Berkovits
This book is an invaluable tool for anyone in ministry to help develop safeguards into your kingdom work. Read more HERE.

Christmas The Greatest Gift, by Paul Williams.
This is a wonderful evangelistic tool to help those who have questions regarding Christmas. Check out my review HERE.

When God Made You, by Matthew Paul Turner
This is an amazing story regarding God making us. Read why this is a book I plan to read to all children I work with HERE.

Christ Centered Exposition, Exalting Jesus in John, by Matt Carter and Josh Wredberg
This is one of my favorite commentaries on John from an excellent series. It’s readable and understandable. Find out more HERE!

The Beginner’s Gospel Story Bible, by Jared Kennedy
Simply one of the best story Bibles out on the market today. Read about it HERE.

Come, Let Us Adore Him, by Paul David Tripp
Advent Devotionals come a dime a dozen. Read why this is the one you need to purchase for this Advent season HERE.

The Marvelous Mud House, by April Graney
This is one of the best children’s books I have ever read. To read my review, click HERE.
The Spurgeon Study Bible
This is a wonderful Study Bible and great reference tool. To read my review, click HERE.
Theology, Church, and Ministry, A Handbook for Theological Education, by David S. Dockery
Here is a work that I wish I had in the summer of 2014, before I began my seminary adventure. Read more about it HERE.
Everyone a Child Should Know, by Clare Heath-Whyte
This book is working it’s way into my homeschool curriculum, to read about why, click HERE.

Books I Have to Review:

 

Systematic Theology Study Bible, Crossway

 

Anatomy Of An Affair, by Dave Carder

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Page last updated on 4/7/2018