Every so often, I get a really nice present in the mail—books! Here’s a look at a few that have shown up over the last few days:
In case you can’t make them all out, they are:
- Truth Matters: Confident Faith in a Confusing World by Andreas Köstenberger, Darrell Bock and Josh Chatraw (B&H)
- United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity by Trillia Newbell (Moody)
- Gospel Amnesia: Forgetting the Goodness of the News by Luna Simms (Independent)
- Everyone’s A Theologian: An Introduction to Systematic Theology by R.C. Sproul (Reformation Trust)
- A Loving Life: In a World of Broken Relationships by Paul E Miller (Crossway)
- People-Pleasing Pastors: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Approval-Motivated Leadership by Charles Stone (IVP)
- Transformational Groups: Creating a New Scorecard for Groups by Ed Stetzer and Eric Geiger (B&H)
- Embracing Shared Ministry: Power and Status in the Early Church and Why It Matters Today by Joseph Hellerman (Kregel)
- One Year to Better Preaching: 52 Exercises to Hone Your Skills by Daniel Overdorf (Kregel)
- Mission Drift: The Unspoken Crisis Facing Leaders, Charities, and Churches by Peter Greer and Chris Horst (Bethany House)
I’ve only had a chance to start digging into one of these books (United), there are a number I’m excited about reading, particularly Truth Matters and Everyone’s A Theologian (Sproul does a wonderful job of making systematic theology accessible and interesting to the common person).
What stands out to you on the list? What are some books you’re looking forward to reading over the next few weeks?