The Bible teaches us that wisdom is corporate, and one way we can benefit from the wisdom of others is discussing Christian books together. Book group will run throughout the year, covering a different book each month. Anyone is welcome to join a discussion – you don’t need to sign up for the whole year!
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31 October: Get Real by John Leonard
28 November: Speaking God’s Words by Peter Adam
Do More Better is a short, fast-paced, practical guide to productivity to help you think about getting things done in today’s digital world. Whether you are a student or a parent, a research scientist or a civil servant (or still figuring it all out!), it will help you learn to structure your life to do the most good to the glory of God.
It’s all very well to say that the Bible is clear when it talks about homosexuality. But isn’t it unrealistic and unfair to those who struggle with this issue? Is what the church teaches a plausible way of life? Ed Shaw experiences same-sex attraction, and yet he is committed to what the Bible says and what the church has always taught about marriage and sex. In this honest book, he shares his pain in dealing with these issues – but, at the same time, shows us that obedience to Jesus is ultimately the only way to experience life to the full.
27 February: Gospel and Kingdom by Graeme Goldsworthy
27 March: A Call to Spiritual Reformation by DA Carson
24 April: Holiness by JC Ryle
22 May: Different By Design by Carrie Sandom
10 July: Plugged In by Dan Strange
31 July: Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands by Paul David Tripp