May Book Review: The Crook in the Lot by Thomas Boston

May Book Review: The Crook in the Lot by Thomas Boston

We may think that biblical counseling is something new on the scene – Thomas Boston proves otherwise as he, along with many other puritans brought practical application of the Word to the trials the flock faced in their day. He also wrote several works that profoundly impacted the common people among whom he ministered. One of those books is, The Crook in the Lot.  The purpose of the book is to help you face affliction with faith (“not by sense”) and to properly interpret suffering and trials through the lens of Scripture and the redeeming work of Christ.

Elder's Note: Ethical Integrity

Elder's Note: Ethical Integrity

Surely there is untapped potential for evil lurking in every human heart and the news stories that we read should cause us to reflect on the state of our own hearts.  They should remind us that apart from the work of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross and his Spirit at work within us that we too would be lost in a sea of ethical confusion.

February Book Review: Graciousness by John Crotts

February Book Review: Graciousness by John Crotts

In Graciousness: Tempering Truth With Love author John Crotts seeks to provide readers with a “wide variety of practical methods for cultivating graciousness in the Christian life. This will equip Christians who are passionately committed to truth to put on a corresponding Christlike heart of graciousness.”

January Book Review: What Every Child Should Know About Prayer by Nancy Guthrie

January Book Review: What Every Child Should Know About Prayer by Nancy Guthrie

I highly recommend this book to any parents, grandparents, or anyone else who may spend regular time with young children. This is a theologically rich book to teach children about prayer.