Thank you for visiting the Quidnessett Baptist Church recommended reading list. We have selected books which we believe will be of great value to your spiritual growth and welcomed additions to your libraries.
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This summer’s selection for your encouragement and growth in the Lord is THE HOLINESS OF GOD by R. C. Sproul. This is not a new book but a classic; and a MUST READ FOR EVERY CHRISTIAN.
Well, we are less than two weeks till spring and in preparation from a reading standpoint, here is our seasonal book recommendation for your encouragement and growth in the Lord. This spring’s selection is titled DOES GRACE GROW BEST IN WINTER?. It is a small paperback consisting of 87 pages, authored by Ligon Duncan with J. Nicholas Reid. It is published by P & R Publishing.
As the leaves fall, nights get chilly, and autumn settles in, it’s time for our seasonal book recommendation for your encouragement and growth in the Lord. This fall’s selection is titled “SETTING OUR SIGHTS ON HEAVEN: WHY ITS HARD AND WHY ITS WORTH IT.” It is a paperback consisting of 194 pages and published by Banner of Truth. The author is Paul D. Wolfe who currently serves as Associate Pastor of New Hope Presbyterian Church in Fairfax, Virginia.
As summer kicks into high gear and vacations unfold, it’s time for our seasonal book recommendation for your encouragement and growth in the Lord. This summer’s selection is titled LOVING JESUS MORE. It is a paperback consisting of 145 pages and includes a nice study guide for personal or group studies. The author is Phil…
This gem is a very helpful and insightful book about the chief virtue we must develop to grow in the Lord: humility.
This book brings together more than thirty well-known Christian leaders and gives them the opportunity to talk about a book that has made a lasting impact on their lives.