BOOK REVIEWS




Implosion

Implosion2Joel C. Rosenberg
Tyndale House, 388 Pages, Hardcover: $26.99, Paper: $15.99, eBook: $15.99

A truly challenging reading as Americans celebrate the country’s independence, this book by a New York Times best-selling author covers many of the crises facing America, weaving Biblical prophecy into the discussion.

For pastors and church libraries.

Previous Book Reviews

Ministry of Presence, August 20, 2013

Whit Woodard Faithful Life Publishers, 182 Pages, Paper: $14.99, Kindle: $2.99; Nook: $2.99 Woodard, a Regular Baptist chaplain, gives insight concerning the chaplaincy, emphasizing the concept and its relationship to New Testament teaching. The book comes with a recommendation from Chaplain John Murdoch, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy Ministries.

40 Days through Revelation, August 20, 2013

Ron Rhodes Harvest House, 298 Pages, Paper: $13.99 Here’s a unique way to study the last book of the Bible. Each day contains a Scripture portion and insights with easy-to-understand notes on each verse, summaries of major themes, life lessons, and questions for personal reflection or group discussion. For families.

The Burden Bearer, August 20, 2013

Paul W. Chappell Striving Together, 160 Pages, Hardcover: $14.95, Kindle: $7.95 Written in allegory form, the book “will not eliminate your burdens but will show you how to transfer them to the One who is willing to bear them. Through these pages, discover why we stagger under loads we were never meant to carry and [...]

Protecting Your Church against Sexual Predators, May 23, 2013

Voyle A. Glover Kregel Books, $12.99 “Good intentions alone will not stop the physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual damage resulting from just one incident of abuse,” says Voyle Glover, a lawyer who also serves as a deacon in his church. His practical book is a good entry point for any church that wants to reevaluate [...]

Doing Right while Doing Good, May 23, 2013

Kenneth Bickel and Kevin Vanderground BMH Books, $15.99 “When ministry leaders grievously fail, the ripple effects often extend well beyond what any one person can comprehend,” say the authors of a new book on ministerial ethics. Kenneth Bickel is a retired pastor and seminary professor who taught for many years at Grace Theological Seminary. Kevin [...]