JRF’s #12 – Confessions by Augustine of Hippo

April 30, 2011 0

This book written between 398-400 AD by probably the most influential early Church father, Augustine of Hippo, is widely recognized as the first Western autobiography. Part journal, part autobiography and all parts worship, Confessions lets the reader peer into the window of Augustine’s prayer closet as he recounts back to […]

Brad’s no. 3: Radical by David Platt

April 23, 2011 0

Radical is a powerful and convicting book that I recommend to all Christians lving in a wealthy nation.  Growing up in the church and attending Bible college, the teachings never shied away from the dangers of loving money.  Upon reflection, however, this was always done in the context of the […]

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