A Review of “Is It Abuse?” by Darby Strickland

If it’s not the most enjoyable read, it’s arguably the most important counseling book of 2020!

A Review of “Gospel-Centered Marriage Counseling” by Kellemen

I will be the first to admit it, marriage counseling is complicated. Counsel, in such situations, is compounded by the reality of addressing two sufferers and two sinners who cause problems for one another and who see the cause of those problems from totally different vantage points. There are loads of great volumes out there […]

A Review of “Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood” by Aimee Byrd

This book is way less controversial than people made it out to be, but far more challenging and helpful than some admit.

A Review of “Marriage Conflict” by Steve Hoppe

Hoppe interacts well with Scripture, gives specific applications, and focuses his counsel directly on conflict.

A Review of “The Color of Compromise” by Jemar Tisby

As uncomfortable as the story is, it is our story, and we can grow from reading it.

A Review of “God of All Comfort” by Scott Harrower

This book offers some fresh insights into the usefulness of Christian doctrine for trauma recovery.

A Review of “Gentle and Lowly” by Dane Ortlund

Dane Ortlund reminds us to emphasize what the Bible emphasizes regarding the heart of Christ.

A Review of “On the Road with Saint Augustine” by James K.A. Smith

James K.A. Smith teaches us that we can learn from Augustine because we are just like him.

A Review of “Kierkegaard: A Christian Missionary to Christians” by Mark Tietjen

If author Mark Tietjen is right in his analysis than Soren Kierkegaard has plenty to say to American Christians today.

A Review of “Am I Just My Brain?” by Sharon Dirckx

We don’t have to fear neuroscience, nor do we have to bend to everything that claims to be supported by neuroscience.