Books & Resources
A list of resources and books that we love and we hope you love too!
Our Top Four
We will rotate these as we discover new books & resources that are so good we couldn't help but put them at the top!
"The Whole Christ" - Sinclair Ferguson
My all time favorite book! Hands down and without hesitation. Ferguson dissects an historic debate around an older book called "The Marrow of Modern Divinity". Covering Legalism, Antinomianism & Gospel Assurance for the believer.
"You're Only Human" - Kelly M. Kapic
This book is my favorite book of the year, 2022! He writes on our finiteness, our creaturely limits, and that these are gifts from God. Showing how our limits and inability are not inherently sinful, and giving biblical merit for saying "no" at times.
"Conscience" - Andy Naselli & J.D. Crowley
Naselli & Crowley write primarily for missionaries to test their readiness for missions cross-culturally. Though they also write to aid the church in understanding a less than commonly discussed but essential topic. Walking through the biblical texts that cover the conscience they show how to better calibrate your conscience to God's word rather than tradition, culture or the like.
"Embodied Hope" Kelly M. Kapic
My second favorite book of the year, also by Kapic. This book discusses the incarnation of Christ and how this validates, comforts and brings hope for us in any type of suffering in this life. He discusses the tragedy of a gnostic influence in the church today in elevating the spiritual and intellectual over the physical, and that the Bible does not devalue our physical bodies or experiences.
The foundation for all of life and faith. We love many different translations, but these are the ones we use the most, for designs and posts.
English Standard Version (ESV)
The ESV Bible is my favorite translation to read from in my quiet time, as well as for devotions and scripture memorization. I use the ESV Study Bible on the daily, and love the notes, maps, and book introductions associated. I use the ESV Study Bible most frequently.
New International Version (NIV)
The NIV will always be a favorite translation. My first bible was an NIV and many of the scriptures I memorized growing up and in college come from the NIV. I love the Zondervan NIV Study Bible for the extensive notes.
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