You have found Enriching Grace’s monthly book recommendations. This is not an exhaustive list of good reads and not all of these are devotional in nature.
Below is a list of material that our contributors have read, enjoyed, and or utilized in study.
Disclaimer: Not all the materials held within these books are the viewpoints of our contributors. Despite this, there is some wonderful materials to be gleaned and utilized for the enrichment of your spirit.
I hope you enjoy these brief reviews and that they become helpful recommendations.
If you find yourself interested in any of the materials, the pictures are hyper linked to Amazon to be checked out!
Until Unity ~ Francis Chan
One of the latest reads from Pastor Francis Chan, I found this book to be an inspiring word for Christians who are looking for answers to questions such as, “How do I love?” Personally, I do not agree with everything to the strictest letter; however, this book serves as a good balancing scale of love and unity. I recommend the read!
A Little Book for New Theologians ~ Kelly Kapic
I recently read this small work for a class and found it intriguing. I feel it is suitable for readers of various levels while still maintaining a general feel to the book and theology. It is a suitable educational material for all interested in Scripture! Another interesting feature is the amount of extra-Biblical material utilized in the research for this book.
What Christian’s Believe ~ C.S. Lewis
Classic lay theologian C.S. Lewis once again masterfully reasons with Scripture many basic beliefs of Christianity. He has (as usual) fascinating stories and illustrations that enrich Christians Scripturally and intellectually.
The Imitation of Christ ~ Thomas a Kempis
This book has an impressive claim to history as the second most sold book in history and besides the Bible, having been translated into the most languages. It is endearing to Catholics and Protestants alike and is an often visited devotional read and meditative study for me.
I highly suggest the read!<
A Good Man is Hard to Find ~ Flannery O’ Connor
For those with a heart for fiction, this short story was developed with Christian undertones pertaining to morality. It is a Southern gothic tale that provokes internal self-evaluation in a very enriching manner.
It is deep, dark, yet edifying.
Enriching Grace Commentary of Ephesians: Understanding the Faith ~ Jacob Harris
This is Enriching Grace’s new compiled notes on Ephesians! It is the first published work by contributor Jacob Harris and is intended to be a very practical look into the epistle. This commentary is now available on Amazon. It can be found by clicking the picture. This is an exciting time in the ministry!
This is the recommended read list for the month of September!
If you are interested in checking out these books or possibly obtaining a copy for yourself, click the image and you can be redirected to Amazon and check out a further description or purchase them for your personal library.
Lastly, I hope you were enriched in some way through these suggestions and leave a comment if you have read any of these books or have a comment to make!