Whether J.R.R. Tolkien’s story of Bilbo Baggins’ adventure is familiar or foreign, few can question the genuine pleasure reading it imparts.
How would better understanding non-Christians’ fears about Christianity change how you live out your faith, if at all?
This book offers the kind of practical help that frees us from being stuck in endless cycles of worry and indecision and allows us to better “seek first the kingdom of God.” It’s so uncomplicated and maybe even a little liberating.
Because we don’t know what God has done in the past, we have difficulty understanding and appreciating what’s happening in the present and future.
Over the next few weeks we want to encourage you to read a few good books that will benefit your walk with the Lord in 2013.
As Christians, if we truly love one another as Jesus says we ought, then we need to be willing to pursue loving confrontation and be willing to humbly accept correction.
Why do we give — what is the purpose of giving? It should be no surprise that the answer is wonderfully simple and unimaginably complex, all at the same time.