Reviews of best christian books for women, men, young, teens and kids. Books Bible studies, daily devotionals, sermons, evangelism, leadership, prophetic, miracles, marriage, etc
Judah Smith | Publishing House: Nelson Books
I’m here to point you to a person: Jesus. I’m here to show you that what you know and believe about God can give you the life you long to have. By Judah Smith
Robert Schuller | Publishing House: Bantam Books
Learn to solve and manage problems. And there is not necessarily a solution for every problem; however, every problem can be managed positively.
Mike Bickle | Publishing House:
This book is not intended to be an exhaustive resource on prayer but rather a practical daily devotional to guide you into the foundational truths about prayer
Andrew Murray | Publishing House:
Throughout Andrew Murray’s writings, a common theme occurs: prayer. He continually returned to the need for prayer, its place in the Christian’s life, what to pray about, and how to pray.
Stormie Omartian | Publishing House:
In every broken marriage, there is at least one person whose heart is hard against God. God’s will is to break down all these barriers and lift you out of that pit. He can heal the wounds and put love back in your heart.
John Piper | Publishing House:
The longing to be happy is a universal human experience, and it is good, not sinful. We should never try to deny or resist our longing to be happy, as though it were a bad impulse.
O.S. Hawkins | Publishing House:
The editor’s desire in this volume is to come to the aid of the busy pastor and help to provide resources for him as he prepares to “divide the Word of truth” to and for his people. It is not intended to take the place of the labor of study.
Joseph Prince | Publishing House:
When you begin living with the consciousness of God’s unmerited favor, you will savor and enjoy the beautiful plan and purposes that God is unfolding in your life.
David Jeremiah | Publishing House:
Solomon explores the questions: What was it that pushed you and me into the wrong pursuits? The unwise relationships? The destructive habits? How can we climb out of it now, or is it too late?