Tag: Baker Books

The Power of Testimony

Caroline’s idea was so brilliantly simple, yet, at the same time, so complex. Her idea would require a lot of time, money, and community support to make it happen.

The Launch Party for the Church

Throughout the Bible, we see over and over again that the gospel brings people together who were once divided. We need this in our country, and it’s exactly what the church can embody.

More Than You Were Meant to Carry

The antidote to pride is still humility, but a kind of humility that’s different from what we’re used to. We typically think of humility as thinking lowly of oneself, and we don’t struggle to think lowly of ourselves.

Setting Boundaries in Leadership

We need time for family, time to recharge, time to eat, time to work out . . . Do you have time to help that person who’s asking? Not if you’re going to do the things you need to do.

Seeing Christianity Through Post-Christian Eyes

A large part of sharing the gospel in a post-Christian culture is being sensitive to the potential confusion of our listeners.

JP Pokluda

This book looks at 10 sins that seem to consistently trip us up and the Scriptures that show us how to respond in God-honoring ways to these vices.

Inward Definitions

Culture wars and ideologies like Christian nationalism look to the external world to find enemies and threats. But as Christians who define our identity inwardly, through a deepening and growing relationship with Jesus, we find health. The promise of hidden, inward transformation is gorgeous hope.

Sara Billups: Orphaned Believers

This book explores how the experiences of Christians growing up in the 1980s and 1990s led to many of them leaving the faith, and what can draw them back.