While our Summer Book Clubs have already taken place, there's still an opportunity to read a book from the list of options! 

Below is a list of the books we read in our Summer Book Clubs. 

Continue to check back on this page for more information on our upcoming Fall Bible Study. 

Humility by Andrew Murray 

According to Murray, humility is the attribute that most Christians need but that most don't want. It's the "forgotten" virtue that enables us to be most like Christ, dying to self and letting Christ live in you. This "death to self" doesn't annul one's personality, but just the opposite! Join this group as we grow in His likeness.

Crossroads by Ed Welch
For many women, the struggle with food, body image, alcohol or other things that extend promises of pleasure or security, but in the end deliver emptiness and destruction is very real. What begins as an escape leads to a form of bondage. This book gently confronts these addictions with God's truth, both about the self-deception AND the surprising grace of Jesus, who makes all things new. This is about the person of Christ. Join us on this important journey.

Stronger - Finding Hope in fragile places  by Angela Thomas

In the midst of an uncertain future, we can have confidence. This is not because we are stronger, but because Christ in us is stronger than any problem we face. And He can help us break life long patterns of defeat and despair, refocused on the glorious Hope promised in Christ alone. Join us as we grow in trust of The One who holds the future.

Give Them Grace by Elise Fitzpatrick

Give Them Grace is a revolutionary perspective on parenting that shows us how to receive the gospel afresh and give grace in abundance, helping our children know the dazzling love of Jesus and respond with heartfelt obedience. Join us in growing in applying the gospel to one of our most important relationships.

When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada 
When suffering touches our lives, it can be difficult to make sense of, especially when we believe in a loving and just God. Joni's intimate experience with suffering gives her a special understanding of God's intentions for us in our pain. With firmness and compassion, this book reveals a God big enough to understand our suffering, wise enough to allow it- and powerful enough to use it for a greater good than we can imagine. Join us!

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness by Ed Welch 
Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic "cure-all" formulas, Welch addresses the complex nature of depression and anxiety with compassion and insight, applying the rich treasures of the gospel, and giving fresh hope to those who struggle. Designed for those who struggle or who walk with someone who does, join this group to grow in applying the hope of the gospel to our despair.

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