In 2014 I read some books that helped me to grow in my journey of faith.
Here are three you might like to consider: Click on the links to learn more about these authors and their work, or you can find their books on Amazon.
A small, but powerful book, Places People Pray will give you new insights into your prayer life. I like the print edition because Karen has provided journaling pages throughout the book.
Inspired by author Karen Appleby’s childhood experiences and new insights gained from a recent trip to Italy, she finally feels comfortable and blessed in her prayer life. Even though she served in ministry professionally for thirty years until her retirement and considers herself a spiritual person, prayer had seemed a mystery. Karen firmly believes that there are many people who struggle with prayer as well.
Think you’re too busy to study the Bible? And yet, do you hunger for spiritual “meat” that will help you grow as a Christian?
Enduring Faith, an eight-week Bible study, delivers the perfect balance of in-depth study and manageable homework. Written in a devotional style with real-life examples, each day’s reading is paired with discussion questions and space for journaling. You’ll answer questions like:
* What’s the difference between blind faith and enduring faith?
* How can I rest when my schedule is so hectic?
* How do I respond to the tests I’m facing right now?
* Am I trying to please God by following rules or by living by faith?
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