Reviews of best christian books for women, men, young, teens and kids. Books Bible studies, daily devotionals, sermons, evangelism, leadership, prophetic, miracles, marriage, etc
Tony Dungy and Nathan Whitaker | Publishing House: Tyndale
Cada devoción incluye Escritura y una Clave poco común: una aplicación o acción para implementar en función de lo que acaba de leer. Este no es solo un tipo de devocional de "léelo y listo". El objetivo no es solo involucrar tu mente, sino también desafiar tu corazón.
Charles R. Swindoll | Publishing House: Tyndale
It’s amazing how much you can glean from quiet moments together, especially when it’s the Lord who is speaking to you! Permíteme instarte a que no te pierdas ni un día del año que viene mientras lees y piensas, meditas y oras a lo largo del libro.
Chris Tiegreen | Publishing House:
This book includes ninety devotional readings that cover many issues related to hearing God. One of every nine devotions is written as a first-person perspective from the heart of God— things I have sensed Him saying and that I believe He wants to share with those who will listen.
Tony Evans | Publishing House:
The Raising Kingdom Kids Devotional is based on the biblical principles and concepts presented in the book Raising Kingdom Kids by Dr. Tony Evans. It offers 90 daily devotions for moms and dads who wants to raise their child with a Kingdom perspective, preparing them to take on the assignments God has for their lives.
Joel Osteen | Publishing House:
When you’re in tough times, you need to remind yourself that it’s not how your story ends. Greater is coming—greater joy, greater strength, greater relationships. God allows the difficulty, not to make you miser- able but to restore you to greater honor. He never brings you out the same. He makes the enemy pay for bringing the trouble.
Colin S. Smith and Tim Augustyn | Publishing House:
For years I’ve been encouraging people to read through the Bible in order to grasp the big picture of the Bible’s story line. In this devotional, I’ve collected and arranged that material—and added some fresh insights—so that it can most profitably be read over the course of one year.
Randy Petersen and Robin Shreeves | Publishing House:
This book is a celebration of their work, an examination of their faith, and a challenge to all readers. One caution: while going through this book, you might find yourself saying, “What’s she doing in here?” We may have included women associated with groups or causes you disagree with, or some women you have a low opinion of.
Gary Chapman | Publishing House:
Because my background is in marriage counseling, I tend to use the language of marriage when I write. Some of the issues I address are marriage specific. However, if you’re a dating or engaged couple, I hope you will read this book too.
Taylor Bennett | Publishing House:
If you’ve ever felt like God has something big planned for your life but you don’t know what, or if you’re having trouble knowing what path the Lord wants you to take, this Journey of a Lifetime is for you.