Reading Scheme

Reading good Christian books is great way of growing in our love for Jesus Christ.

As a church, we have been recommending some good books for ordinary Christians. Since starting in July 2008, we’ve read about a book a month. Hopefully they provide a balanced selection – doctrine, history, practical, devotional.

Caught in the Web by Faith Cook (Darlington: Evangelical Press 2006) – historical fiction about Lady Jane Grey

Dig Deeper by Nigel Benyon & Andrew Sach (Nottingham: IVP 2005) -how to read the bible

Living the Cross Centered Life by CJ Mahaney ( Colarado: Multnomah 2006) – the cross!

Baptism & Church Membership by Bill James ( Darlington : Reformation Today 2006)

Singing in the fire by Faith Cook (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth 1995). A series of pen portraits of Christians who suffered.

The Five Points of Calvinism by Jack Seaton (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth 1984)

Sex is not the problem lust is by Josh Harris (Colorado: Multnoamah ??)

10 questions to diagnose your spiritual health by Don Whitney (Colorado: NavPress 2001)

Worldliness: Resisting the Seduction of a Fallen World by CJ Mahaney (Illinois: Crossway 2008)

A Faith to Confess – the 1689 (Leeds: Carey Publications 2005)

Church Courage & Conviction – Chronicles of the Reformation by Mindy & Brandon Withrow

After Darkness Light (A Life of Calvin) by Catherine Mackenzie (Fearn: Christian Focus 2009). Historical fiction.

Listen up – a practical guide to listening to sermons by Christoper Ash (New Malden: The Good Book Company 2009)

Humility by C J Mahaney

On my way to heaven by Mark Ashton

Just do something by Kevin De Young

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