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Reformers Recommends: Books about Dating

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

If you are dating or considering dating, reading a book, talking to your parents or consulting an older Christian friend who has been through dating before are all really good ideas. We hope this short list helps to guide your reading so you can honour God as you date.

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Singles

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Dani Treweek is currently completing a theological PhD research into the topic of singleness, and is passionate about helping churches, ministry leaders and individuals (both single and married) better understand God’s purpose for singleness as revealed in Scripture and fulfilled in Christ.

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Prayer and Devotion - Part 1

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 Click Here to download a printable PDF version   Developing a Healthy Prayer Life: 31 Meditations on Communing with God by James & Joel Beeke       James and Joel Beeke wrote Developing a Healthy Prayer Life in the hope that believers will be encouraged to pray more with “sincerity, urgency, and delight”. It’s small, just 100 pages long, and a great health-check and guide for those younger as well as for those older in the faith. In the authors' own words from chapter 11, “Is thanking and praising God your heart’s desire, whether in adversity or prosperity? There is no...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Fathers

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Fathers have a crucial role in society. Ultimately, their job is to bear the image of our Father in Heaven. God gives dads children and then says 'Do what I do. Be a Father like I am a Father' - no small task!

In this Reformers Recommends, we have pulled together some of the best books and booklets that we pray will help fathers as they attempt to fulfill their important job.

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Reformers Recommends: Books for New Christians

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

  Click Here to download a printable PDF version When you are planning your wedding, organisation goes beyond a single day’s preparation. Once the festivities are done, you need a home to go to! A single bed and your parents’ fridge will no longer cut it; you need something for your new life.When a person becomes a Christian, there is a new life that begins. The once-filled secular-stocked bookshelf begins to look awfully empty, with the question arising, “what should I read now that I’m a Christian?” Here is a selection of books that we believe are beneficial to the heart, soul...

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