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The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts (Long Line of Godly Men Profiles)

One of my favorite type of Christian literature is biographies. I love reading about the work God did through men and women of God throughout church history. This love was developed in my early teens as I consumed biography after biography and devoured church history. To this day if it were up to me I would read a church history book with every stack of books I’m reading. Sadly that isn’t the case. Fortunately though, a new series A Long Line of Godly Men has come out that aims to introduce readers to the giants of the Christian faith...

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Spiritual Disciplines For The Christian Life

Very few authors have had such a powerful influence on my thinking about a topic as Dr. Donald Whitney’s Spiritual Disciplines For The Christian Life. Few topics are as full of challenges on every side. We can often overemphasize grace to the neglect that we die to self. Often times the spiritual disciplines are taught as a list of do this and do that but that misses the point. Thankfully, Dr. Whitney avoids all these pitfalls while emphasizing the sovereign work of God’s grace in the life of the Christian. The spiritual disciplines as you’ll learn in Dr. Whitney’s...

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How to Love and Care for your wife

Editor’s Note: The purpose of this series is to help singles think through how to be single in the church, those who are married but don’t have kids to continue to pursue each other and those who are married to excel at parenting by the grace of God. Dr. Brian Cosby opened the series with a look at six ways his church connects the church and the home. Mike Boling helps us understand the proper balance between social media and parenting. Mathew Sims wrote about how families can rehearse the gospel. Matthew Fretwell wrote about how married couples can...

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Reformed Expository Commentary Series on Logos

One of my favorite commentary series for pastoral insight is the Reformed Expository commentaries series. This series combines biblical-theological knowledge with a pastoral flair. While the entire series takes a devotional tone—it doesn’t compromise serious engagement with the text or with theological issues raised in it. This makes the Reformed Expository series perfect for pastors but and lay Christians alike to help them study the Word. Description of Reformed Expository Commentary Series The Reformed Expository Commentary series is for people who want to experience the Word of God in all its power. Scholarly yet practical, its expositions are accessible...

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Calvin on the Christian Life: Glorifying and Enjoying God Forever (Theologians on the Christian Life)

One of the more encouraging recent trends in Christian publishing has been the appearance of biographies and works designed to help Christians understand how God has worked throughout church history. One of my favorite series on this has been Theologians on the Christian life that looks at key figures in the history of God’s people. In the latest installment of the Theologians on the Christian life series Dr. Michael Horton looks at Calvin on the Christian life. Calvin is a man who has a long history in the life of the Church. He’s rightly known as a Pastor but...

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