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Reformers Recommends: Books for New Christians

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

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 and mind of a new Christian. As...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Reformed Baptists

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

There are a lot of great books available today that can enrich the hearts, souls and minds of believers (the opposite is equally true, there are many books that can cause much damage). With modern writers and those of old, there is also much to be gained from those across the denominations. This selection of “Reformers Recommends” titles are specifically chosen for those who hold to a reformed baptist profession. More books could certainly have been mentioned, but this is a good starting point!   The 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith in Modern English by Dr. Stan Reeves      ...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for New(ish) Mums

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

These books have been selected to help mums with children around 0-5 years old to maintain the right perspective of who they belong to (mums belong to God, not their kids) and what the goal of motherhood is. Motherhood is intensely practical and so you will find plenty of practical tips in some of these books as well.

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Reformers Recommends: A Guide to Catechisms for Family Worship

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Catechisms can be used to teach children sound doctrine, to teach new believers, as devotionals or as study guides. This Reformers Recommends post we would like to focus on just four types of catechism and some resources that can help you use them in your family worship.

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Teenagers

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

What I frequently hear from people is “there doesn’t seem to be many good books for teenagers”. At an age where teens are moving from childhood to adulthood, it’s difficult to know what books would be beneficial. Here is my selection of books for teenagers.

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