Genre: Spiritual Growth

  • Memorizing Scripture

    Memorizing Scripture

    In Memorizing Scripture, Glenna Marshall shows us that to love God with our hearts, we must first love him with our minds.

  • Help for the Hungry Soul

    Help for the Hungry Soul

    “From the garden throughout the generations, God’s word h has told us the tale of the human soul: our wholehearted hunger for the creator, our terrible plunge into starvation, and our countless attempts to fix and fill ourselves with anything but true bread.”

  • Pilgrim

    Pilgrim

    “I wrote this Pilgrim journey so that we might walk this road, courageously and confidently, together as Christ-followers. Through the guideposts of grace that appear in this book – guideposts which affirm key truths in the Bible – we will find that we are not alone.”

  • A Place to Belong

    A Place to Belong

    “At first glance, ‘the house of God’ is unremarkable: a regular gathering of ordinary people committed to a largely invisible mission… But the Church has more beauty – and more value – than we can see with our physical eyes.”

  • Faithfully Present

    Faithfully Present

    “Every one of us wants… to be faithfully present and fully alive to God, right here and right now, with every part of our lives.”

  • A Place to Belong

    A Place to Belong

    “At first glance, ‘the house of God’ is unremarkable: a regular gathering of ordinary people committed to a largely invisible mission… But the Church has more beauty – and more value – than we can see with our physical eyes.”

  • The Thrill of Orthodoxy

    The Thrill of Orthodoxy

    “The way forward is to reach back, to find renewal in something old – foundational truths tested by time, a fount of goodness that refreshes and satisfies, long forgotten beauty from the past that lifts our eyes above the suffering and sorrow of the present… What the church needs today is to recapture the thrill…

  • Let There Be Art

    Let There Be Art

    “Jesus created. Jesus also repaired. The act of creating does more than create things. It restores things. It calms things. It heals things. It saves things. It lets light into our lives, and it pushes back darkness. This Jesus, this light of the world, cannot be taken lightly, and neither can our call to be…