A Review of “Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?” by Gregory Alan Thornbury

While Larry Norman, the father of Christian rock, is the obvious subject of this book, it’s really a book about all of us.

A Review of “DieHard Sins” by Rush Witt

This book gives us greater insight into sin than most Christians have, and provides guidance on our response to it.

A Review of “Grace-Based Recovery” by Jonathan Daugherty

here is a great strength in a recovery model rooted in grace, but Daugherty’s book lacks the depth needed to guide people out of the bondage of an addiction.

A Review of “Raising Kids in the Way of Grace” by Bob Kellemen

I highly recommend this encouraging read to any struggling parent.

“Gay Girl, Good God” by Jackie Hill Perry

This book models a common and frequently misunderstood testimony of painful conversions and ongoing struggles.

A Review of “Martin Luther’s 95 Theses” by Timothy Wengert

In many ways this book grants access to Luther’s world and work in order to help us actually understand and appreciate it.

A Review of “The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing” by Jonathan Pennington

In a time when questions about human flourishing, social justice, and godly living are constantly being debated, this book helps us to connect the dots between ethics, theology, Scripture, and the gospel, like few others.

A Review of “Disciplines of the Holy Spirit” by Tan & Gregg

This was a good book in need of further development.

Non-Counseling Books that Biblical Counselors Should Read

Ten non-counseling books that Biblical counselors should read to help improve their counseling.

A Review of “Luther: Man Between God and the Devil” by Heiko Oberma

This is an essential read for those who truly want to understand the real man Luther.