Graciousness: Tempering Truth With Love (Review)

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Graciousness (Review) Graciousness: Tempering Truth With Love by John Crotts is like a cool wind on a scorching hot day. Social media’s effects on truth reach far beyond the fake news and opinions of misguided, self-assured Average Joe. To combat the rampant falsehood and arrogance of social media know-it-alls, plenty of people wear a badge […]


Come Let Us Adore Him (Review)

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Paul Tripp is an author you should probably be acquainted with you haven’t been already! He has produced a wealth of wonderful resources in the realm of biblical counseling including books on parenting, marriage, worship, and many more topics. His Advent devotional Come Let Us Adore Him is a gem that is sure to benefit […]

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The World’s Most Powerful Message

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What is the Gospel? The gospel is the world’s most powerful message. This message is able to grip the hearts of the world’s most wicked men and utterly transform them. It is a message so powerful that rulers of kingdoms and religious systems have fought fiercely to completely eradicate it from the globe. The message of […]


Descriptions and Prescriptions (Review)

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Descriptions and Prescriptions: A Biblical Perspective on Psychiatric Diagnoses and Medications by Michael Emlet is a must-read for anyone involved in biblical or Christian counseling. This book was of particular interest in light of the recent debates about the sufficiency of scripture as it relates to biblical counseling. Dr. Emlet’s small book seeks to shift […]