Recommended ReadingCreation Regained
by Albert Wolters
This short book packs a powerful and practical message: God has not only created, but also is redeeming all things. There is therefore no part of life that God is not interested in—nothing is “secular.” Christians, then, are called to be redemptive agents in every aspect of life and culture.
Finding Common Ground
by Tim Downs
A wonderful treatment of the biblical concept of “sowing” by a gifted communicator. This book may change your idea of what it means to make a significant impact for the gospel in both individual lives and the culture as a whole.
by John Piper
This book’s main premise is that real and lasting spiritual change occurs when a person starts believing that the promises of God are more satisfying than the promises of sin.
by C. S. Lewis
A bona fide Christian classic. Here Lewis offers both a persuasive defense of the Christian worldview and several profound thoughts on what it means to live the Christian life.
Ministries of Mercy
by Timothy Keller
A gospel approach to working with the poor and marginalized that is full of both truth and grace.
No Place for Truth
by David Wells
In this hard-hitting book, Wells explains why the word “theology” has become a dirty word in much of the evangelical world.
The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind
by Mark Noll
According to the author, “The scandal of the evangelical mind is that there is not much of an evangelical mind.” This book explains how this situation came to be, why it’s so problematic, and how the evangelical church might move forward.