Book’s I think you’ll love

Whenever I come across a book I’ve enjoyed and think you’ll love. I’ll recommend it here. If you have a book you think other leaders would greatly benefit from, let me know so I can check it out too.

The Most Misunderstood women of the bible by Mary DeMuth

This book is now available! So I can finally tell you how much I love this book and thus highly recommend you read it. Overview of the book Each chapter takes a look at 10 different women. For example Eve, Leh, Rahab, Naomi and Tamar. Each woman has a different area of misunderstanding which Mary brings out beautifully. There are different parts to each chapter. The woman's story. Mary brings to life the highlighted women. Through her masterful storytelling, we can see, feel and understand the heart and thoughts of each woman in glorious heartfelt detail. Biblical Narrative & context Next, Mary share's the context of the woman's life in the bible. Where she's mentioned, significant historical events and meanings of why certain words are used. She shares excellent insight into the story's structure and the deeper meaning the original readers (who knew the culture of that time) would have

I’m recommending the book: What if Jesus was Serious?

My latest book recommendation is a book we're currently going through as a church by Skye Jethani called "What if Jesus was serious?" How's the book structured? It's a nine-part, 72-day devotional book solely looking at Jesus' Sermon on the Mount teachings. You find the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew, chapters 5-7.  Each day starts with "If Jesus was serious… Then…" For example: "If Jesus was serious… then we will love with our actions, not merely our feelings." Or, "If Jesus was serious… then knowing a leader's quality requires time and proximity." And, "If Jesus was serious… then prayer is far more powerful than we think." Above the title for the day is a poignant illustration bringing home the day's point. They are varied, some funny but all hit home the topic modernly what Jesus was clearly communicating.  The devotional part is around 1 page in length. And ends

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Book Recommendation – Values Matter by Darlene Cunningham

For anyone out there who hates to read actual books—you're missing out by not reading this one. Values Matter, By Darlene Cunningham. It is a book I've been waiting to read and review for 6 months now, mostly so I could go through it together with my BLP students.  Why was Values Matter needed to be written? YWAM - Youth With A Mission isn't just a Christian missions organisation. It's a missions movement. Started by God sharing a vision to Loren of waves of young people going out across the whole world to share the gospel of Jesus to everyone. Back

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Previous Recommendations

ESV Journaling Bible & Rooted: Bible in a Year – books for the month

My book recommendation for July is actually 2 books because one helps me with the other. I can't believe I haven't already recommended for you to read the Bible! Thee most important book for all Christians to be reading regularly, if not daily. I have chosen the ESV Journaling Bible to recommend to

Is that really you, God? by Loren Cunningham

My book recommendation for June is Loren Cunningham’s book - Is That Really You, GOD? I have chosen this book because it perfectly fits in with the theme of my recent blog posts about hearing God’s voice. The bi-line for the book is “Hearing the Voice of God”. This book has

An Introduction to the Old Testament Template by Landa Cope

May’s Book Recommendation is Landa Cope’s An Introduction to The Old Testament Template: Rediscovering God’s Principles for Discipling Nations. Last week I became a student again as I joined a modular school of Advanced Principles of Communication. (APC) One of our required reading books at the start is this book of

Websites I highly recommend

The Bible Project new App

Tim Mackie and Jon Collins, with their ever-growing fantastically creatively gifted team, continue to bless us with more excellent resources. Therefore I can now highly recommend The Bible Project’s new App.

At the start of this year, they launched The Bible Project App. And with it a modern way of reading the bible using the original structure. So my friend Debbie decided to gather a group of us to join her in using this new tool to be our way of reading / journeying through the entire bible this year. Which is an answer to prayer for me.

So how does the App work?

The Reading Journey

It’s based on how the bible was originally organised in literary blocks to be read aloud, just like a symphony has different movements within it. Thus Tim and Jon have named the literary blocks Movements. 

Each movement is one of these literary blocks and

Canva – my website recommendation for all things creative

My next website recommendation is for Canva. If you need some graphics or want to create your own card, book, flyer….. But don’t know how to do any of it. Then no worries – Canva will become your new friend.

What is Canva?

8 years ago, Canva launched with the vision to be:

“an online design and publishing tool with a mission to empower everyone in the world to design anything

Previous Recommendations – my website recommendation for July

My website recommendation for July is I thought I would partner my book recommendation of the month with my go-to bible website. I use BibleGateway regularly, especially when I'm trying to reference a phrase I'm thinking about and see how particular verses are different in other bible translations. What does

Worship – website for May

My website recommendation for May is Worship  This website is primarily for people who love Christian worship and worship leaders. What does this website offer? Songs: Organised into Free, Popular, new, recently added and favourites. It's an easy way to keep up-to-date with great new songs from all over April’s website recommendation

My website recommendation for April is Created by NERIS Type Explorer, who are passionate about helping us learn what drives, inspires and worries different personality types to build more meaningful relationships. Many of us may be familiar with the older form of four-letter personality type descriptions used by Myers Briggs.

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March’s Website – Relational Fundraising

The website's owner, creator of Relational Fundraising in an amazing woman Terry Sherman. Terry has been a missionary with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) since 1982. YWAM requires all participants and staff to financially and prayerfully support themselves. The resources, wisdom, and encouragement found in Relational Fundraising come from Terry's

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