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Radical Together – David Platt

I’ve never read Radical, David Platt’s bestselling prequel to Radical Together. However, I’m going to get a copy as soon as possible. In Radical Together, Platt encourages his readers to forget the American Dream and other useless pursuits and to embrace a passion for spreading the Gospel all over the world through unity among believers, … Continue reading

Thriving at College – Alex Chediak

If there is any book that every college or college-bound student should read, it’s Thriving at College by Alex Chediak. This thick book isn’t fat because of big text; it’s fat because it needs to house all the profound wisdom, advice, stories, examples, and discussion questions found between its covers. The moment I opened my … Continue reading

Transforming Prayer – Daniel Henderson

Prayer is essential to the daily Christian life. What good is reading the Bible, evangelizing, attending church, and fellowshipping with other believers when you don’t talk directly with your Creator and Savior? On that note, transforming, impacting prayer is also essential for a solid Christian life. Without it, God cannot show His true power to … Continue reading

The Story of the Bible – Larry Stone

The history of the Bible is very unique. It’s the world’s best-selling book of all time, but is also the most persecuted. It was written by about 40 authors over a period of 1400 to 1800 years. However, the facts don’t just stop there.  In fact (no pun intended), the history of the Bible is … Continue reading

The Band that Played On – Steve Turner

Everyone knows the story of the Titanic… and if they don’t, then the major motion picture might just give them a little background information on one of the biggest tragedies in human history. What everyone doesn’t know is the story of 8 musicians aboard the Titanic, who, even as the Titanic sank, kept right on … Continue reading

Soulprint – Mark Batterson

Every person has a destiny. A reason why they are on the earth.  A mission they need to accomplish. According to Mark Batterson, that destiny is called your Soulprint. In Soulprint, Batterson argues that everyone has a unique destiny, one as unique as their fingerprints. This destiny can only be fulfilled by you, and that’s … Continue reading