Blog

Everything listed under: Book Reviews

  • Christmas Book Gift Guide | KingsWay Pastor's Blog

    If the course of our life is the product of the actions we take, and the actions we take are a product of the way we think, then few gifts carry more life-altering power than a well-chosen book. Of course, this entire sequence presupposes a willingness on the recipient’s part to actually read your gift. I suppose we shouldn’t assume as much, given our growing preference for videos over written words.

  • Upcoming Sunday School Class | The Holiness of God

    For the past year and a half, we have been blessed by individuals in our church family who have been willing to step up and teach adult Sunday School classes each semester of our church calendar. This summer is no exception! Beginning on June 24th, returning teach Bob Shanks will be leading a study on the book The Holiness of God by RC Sproul."The Holiness of God examines the meaning of holiness and why people are both fascinated and terrified by a holy God.

  • Book Review | Compassion Without Compromise

    One of the many blessings about living life in community with one another is sharing about what is helping us grow in our relationships with the Lord in hopes of inspiring others as well. Below is one such example. Read as Morgan Swank writes about a book she has read recently called Compassion Without Compromise: How the gospel frees us to love our gay friends without losing the truth by Adam T.

  • Book Review | Filling Up the Afflictions of Christ

    One of the many blessings about living life in community with one another is sharing about what is helping us grow in our relationships with the Lord in hopes of inspiring others as well. Below is one such example. Read as Karin Kruger writes about a book she has read recently called Filling Up The Afflictions of Christ: The Cost of Bringing the Gospel to the Nations in the Lives of William Tyndale, Adoniram Judson, and John Paton by John Piper.

  • Book Recommendations | Songs of Lament

    I hesitate to say that I have enjoyed preaching through the Songs of Lament over the last few months, but I honestly have. They are in the Bible for the simple reason that suffering remains a normal part of Christian existence until Christ returns. So while I wish we didn’t have to engage with the darkness of affliction, I am ever so thankful that God hasn’t left us alone in the dark.He gives us songs to sing.