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, New, Notable, and Forthcoming Books in 2015, Servants of Grace
New, Notable, and Forthcoming Books in 2015

Posted On January 20, 2015

, New, Notable, and Forthcoming Books in 2015, Servants of GraceHere at Servants of Grace we read a lot of books. So many books that we regularly review over two hundred titles a year. You might be thinking, “That’s a crazy number of books”, and you’re right it is. As I was thinking about this towards the end of 2014, and knowing that our audience also loves to read, I thought it would be neat to regularly feature books we’re excited about. Sometimes this list will be quite long and at other times quite small. Our aim as it pertains to book reviews is to keep you up to date with the latest and greatest in Christian publishing. We trust that you find our reviews helpful in making our purchasing decisions. The majority of these books in the list that follows below haven’t been released yet but some have already been released. Where the books have more information I’ve included links so you can check them out. Where there wasn’t any information I didn’t include any links. With that said here’s a list of books from publishers we regularly read from.

Bethany House

Look and Live: Behold the Soul-thrilling, Sin-Destroying Glory of Christ by Matt Papa

B&H

Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel by Dr. Russell Moore

Unleashed: Being Conformed to the Image of Christ by Dr. Eric Mason

I Will: Nine Habits of the Outwardly Focused Christian by Dr. Thom Rainer

Cross: Unrivaled Christ, Unstoppable Gospel, Unreached Peoples, Unending Joy edited by David Mathis and John Piper

B&H Academic

Recapturing the Voice of God: Shaping Sermons Like Scripture by Steven Smith

Going Public Why Baptism Is Required for Church Membership by Bobby Jamieson

Commentary on Hebrews by Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner

A History of Christianity: An Introductory Survey by Joseph Early Jr.

Christian Focus

Mea Culpa: Learning from Mistakes in the Ministry by Kyle McClellan

Tough Topics 2: Biblical Answers to 25 Challenging Questions by Dr. Sam Storms

Heaven, How I Got Here: The Story of the Thief on the Cross by Colin S. Smith

Spurgeon’s Sorrows: Realistic Hope for those who Suffer from Depression by Dr. Zach Eswine

Cruciform Press

Good News About Satan: A Gospel Look at Spiritual Warfare by Bob Bevington

The Secret of Spiritual Joy by William Farley

Crossway

Why We Pray by William J. U. Philip

Experiencing the Trinity by Joe Thorn

What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality by Kevin DeYoung

The Prodigal Church: A Gentle Manifesto against the Status Quo by Jared C. Wilson

Newton on the Christian Life: To Live is Christ by Tony Reinke

Expository Apologetics: Answering Objections with the Power of the Word by Dr. Voddie Baucham Jr.

Packer on the Christian Life: Knowing God in Christ, walking by the Spirit by Dr. Sam Storms

Praying the Bible by Dr. Donald Whitney

Designed for Joy: How the Gospel Impacts Men and Women, Identity and Practice edited by Owen Strachan, and Jonathan Parnell Edited by Owen Strachan, Jonathan Parnell.

Bavinck on the Christian Life: Following Jesus in Faithful Service by John Bolt

Owen on the Christian Life: Living for the Glory of God in Christ by Dr. Matthew Barrett and Dr. Michael Haykin

Essential Evangelicalism: The Enduring Influence of Carl F. H. Henry Edited by Matthew Hall and Owen Strachan.

Moody:

He Will Be the Preacher: The Story of God’s Providence in My Life by Dr. Erwin Lutzer

The ISIS Crisis: What You Really Need to Know by Charles Dyer and Mark Tobley

Pathway to Freedom How God’s Laws Guide Our Lives by Alistair Begg

New Growth Press

Get your Story Straight by Kristen Hatton

God Made All of Me: A Read-Aloud story to Help Children Protect Their Bodies by Justin and Lindsay Holcomb

The Gospel Centered Parent by by Rose Marie Miller, Deborah Harrell, and Jack Klumpenhower

Grief Undone: A Journey With God and Cancer by Elizabeth W. D. Groves

Like Father, Like Son How Knowing God as Your Father Changes Men by Pete Alwinson

Suffering and the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores by Diane Langberg

Rewrite Your Story: Discovering Your True Self by Adrian Smith

Reformation Trust

The Daring Mission of William Tyndale  (Lawson; Long Line Series)   

Crucial Questions (3) by Dr. Sproul

William Carey profile by Dr. Haykin (Long Line Series)

The Knight’s Map (children’s book) by Dr. R.C. Sproul

John Bunyan profile by Dr. Joel Beeke (Long Line Series)

Reformation Heritage

The Win Our Neighbors for Christ: The Missiology of the Three Forms of Unity by Wes Bredenhof

The Quest for the Historical Adam: Genesis, Hermenutics, and Human Origins by William VanDoodewaard

God’s Battle Plan for the Mind: The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation by David Saxton

What is experiential Calvinism? By Ian Hamilton

Passion Through: Pilgrim Life in the Wilderness by Jeremy Walker

Thomas Nelson

The Happy Christian by Dr. David Murray

The Colson Way: Loving Your Neighbor and Living with Faith in a Hostile World by Dr. Owen Strachan

Tyndale

Jesus Outside the Lines by Scott Sauls

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