Five Sacred Crossing by Craig Hazen

‘Five Sacred Crossing’ presents the Christian worldview’s uniqueness through creative fiction. Although it is fictional, the story is very realistic with compelling content. This book provides a strong case for Christianity in a non-threatening way which we highly recommend for non-believers and seekers alike.  Written by Craig Hazen, Founder and  Director of Biola University’s graduate program[…]

Who Moved the Stone? by Frank Morison

Frank Morison’s ‘Who Moved The Stone?’ is a must read for anyone with doubts and questions on the reality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Book recommended for seekers and skeptics.  Written by Albert Henry Ross under the pseudonym ‘Frank Morison’, Who Moved the Stone? : A Skeptic Looks at the Death and Resurrection of[…]

The End of Religion by Bruxy Cavey

‘The End Of Religion’ is a thought-provoking and engaging book recommended for seekers, non-believers and those who have problems with ‘organized religion’. Also a good book for Christians, if by any case, you ever found yourself frustrated by a shallow, systemic religion that seems to have lost sight of Jesus Christ.  Written by Bruxy Cavey, teaching[…]

Advice for Seekers by Charles H. Spurgeon

Originally published in 1896, ‘Advice for Seekers’ is the result of Charles H. Spurgeon’s experiences and his years of ministry to compel seekers to commit their lives to Jesus Christ. Book highly recommended for seekers – those who are struggling with accepting Christ as their personal Savior.  Exquisitely produced by Attic Books with an antique[…]

The Prodigal God by Timothy Keller

In ‘The Reason For God‘, Timothy Keller offers an explanation why we should believe in God which we recommend for both non-believers and those who are skeptical of the Christian faith. Keller’s second book, ‘The Prodigal God’ focuses on Jesus’ best known parable to reveal an unexpected message of hope and salvation. This book will challenge both the[…]

Vintage Jesus by Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears

Bold and uncompromising, Vintage Jesus is an excellent book that targets today’s generation of teens and young adult seekers through presenting the basic truths about Jesus Christ.  Written by Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears, Vintage Jesus: Timeless Answers to Timely Questions is a very engaging and  honest book that introduces the Biblical view of Jesus Christ[…]

What's So Great about Christianity by Dinesh D'Souza, New Atheism, Christianity, Secularism, Books For Evangelism, evangelism, book review,

What’s So Great about Christianity by Dinesh D’Souza

For those who are aware or even believe in what Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, and other ‘New Atheist’ says, or perhaps you are a seeker or a skeptic, ‘What’s So Great About Christianity’ is an excellent and thought-provoking book that provides evidences for the historical truth of Christianity and answers to the charges[…]

More Than a Carpenter by Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell, Christianity, Skepticism, Seekers, Books For Evangelism, evangelism, book review,

More Than a Carpenter by Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell

More Than a Carpenter is a powerful evangelism tool written for  people who doubt Jesus’ deity and his purpose.  With almost fifteen million copies in print, the inspirational classic, “More than a Carpenter” has been translated into dozens of languages and introduced countless people to the real Jesus. With the addition of a new chapter that answer[…]