Spiritual Warfare – Joseph Prince

Spiritual Warfare may be one of the smaller volumes written by Pastor Joseph Prince, but a lack in pages doesn’t mean a lack in great illustrations or teaching.  The “armor of God” in Ephesians chapter six has always been a popular topic among churches and authors in Christianity; and I’m sure we’ve all heard it…

Not A Fan – Kyle Idleman

Not A Fan was my first experience with a book from Kyle Idleman.  My friend and I were looking for a book to read and study together; this was one of the titles we considered and then decided upon.  She had read it before and really enjoyed it, and I had also heard many good…

100 Days of Right Believing – Joseph Prince

Some of my favorite books are devotionals.  Over the years, I’ve went through several yearly, 90 day and other daily devotionals to accompany my reading and quiet time.  Two years ago, I went through Joseph Prince’s Reign In Life devotional and found that it was just what I needed at that time.  After doing Dr….

Hebrew Word Study – Chaim Bentorah

Don’t let the title fool you…the book really isn’t a word study in the sense that you will be speaking Hebrew by the time you turn the last page.  Actually, I would consider this book a devotional that focuses on one Hebrew word per chapter, with some added stories from the author for affect. The…

Munich Signature – Bodie Thoene

The Jews are desperate to leave Germany – but no country will take them.  Hitler has his sights set on Czechoslovakia – and no country will stop him. We often hear the phrase, “You don’t know what tomorrow holds.”  After reading this book and re-living the reality that many people faced in the events leading…

The Lost Books of the Bible: 13 Controversial Texts

Do you know that feeling you get when someone who is not a Christian says, “I just don’t get the Bible.  It’s confusing,” and though you try to understand their point of view, you can’t, because you’ve been around the Bible your whole life?  Well, if you want to know how those folks feel, try…

When Angels Cry – Mary Lu Tyndall

After reading this book, you may come to the end with a desire to be more like Angelica, more interested in the spiritual battle spoken of in Ephesians chapter six and you will probably dislike a guy named Thomas.  (And I mean, really, really dislike…)  But one thing you won’t dislike is the switch the…

Prague Counterpoint – Bodie Thoene

How could the world let an empire rise that would try and exterminate an entire nationality?  Then again, how could a leader who is so bent on making Aryans the most important race in the world, encourage the murder of his own people?  These two questions are extensively explored in Prague Counterpoint, the second installment…

A Heart Most Certain – Melissa Jagears

I was scrolling through Facebook one day when I saw an author’s post – she was giving away a few copies of her new book to a random number of folks who commented on her post – and as any avid reader would do, I commented.  A little while later, I was tagged in a…