Friday, March 15, 2013

Resources for Believers (new and old)

Recommendations for new believers (or newly committed) believers of all ages:

The Big Picture Story Bible. David R. Helm. 2004/2010. Crossway Publishers. 456 pages. [my review]

My First Read-Aloud Bible. Retold by Mary Batchelor & Penny Boshoff. 2010. February 2010. Scholastic. 256 pages. [my review]

The Jesus Storybook Bible: Deluxe Edition. Sally Lloyd-Jones. 2009. Zonderkidz. 352 pages. [my review]

A Faith To Grow On. John MacArthur. 2000/2004. Thomas Nelson. 192 pages. [my review

The Child's Story Bible. Catherine F. Vos. (1938, 1949, 1958, 1969) 1983. Eerdman's Publishing Company. 733 pages. [my review]

ESV Grow! Bible. 2011. Crossway Books. 1600 pages. [my review]

ESV Student Study Bible. 2011. Crossway Books. 1856 pages. 

Found God's Will: Find the Direction and Purpose God Wants for Your Life. John MacArthur. David C. Cook. 80 pages. [my review]

One Perfect Life. John MacArthur. 2013. Thomas Nelson. 520 pages. [my review]

Comforts From The Cross: Celebrating the Gospel One Day At A Time. Elyse M. Fitzpatrick. 2009. Crossway. 152 pages. [review coming soon!]

Jesus + Nothing = Everything. Tullian Tchividjian. 2011. Crossway. 220 pages. [my review]

The Bookends of the Christian Life. Jerry Bridges and Bob Bevington. 2009. March 2009. Crossway Publishers. 160 pages. [my review]

How To Find God In the Bible: A Personal Plan for the Encounter of Your Life. Woodrow Kroll. 2004. Doubleday. 208 pages. [my review]

Knowing the Bible 101: A Guide to God in Plain Language. Bruce Bickel & Stan Jantz. 2003. Harvest House Publishers. 336 pages. [See also Knowing God 101 by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz]

The Root of the Righteous: Tapping The Bedrock of True Spirituality. A.W. Tozer. 1955/2006. WingSpread Publishers. 186 pages. [my review]

Note to Self: The Discipline of Preaching to Yourself. Joe Thorn. Foreword by Sam Storms. 2011. Crossway Books. 144 pages. [my review]

Pierced by the Word: Thirty-One Meditations for Your Soul. John Piper. 2003. Multnomah. 140 pages. [my review]

Reading God's Story: A Chronological Daily Bible. Editor George Guthrie. 2011. B&H Publishing Group. 1440 pages. [partial review]

MacArthur Study Bible. Available in New King James Version, New American Standard Version, English Standard Version, and soon to be available in the New International Version. 

Let God Change Your Life: How To Know and Follow Jesus. Greg Laurie. 2011. David C. Cook. 288 pages. [my review]

The Biggest Question DVD

Cries From the Cross: A Journey Into the Heart of Jesus. Erwin Lutzer. 2002. Moody. 170 pages. [my review]

C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters. Focus on the Family. 4 CDs. 2009. [my review]

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible

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