Books for Godly Fathers
A godly father is one who leads his family well in the worship of the Triune God. He is one who brings up his children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord — one who loves his wife as Christ loved the church and gave his life for her. The life of a godly father causes his children to say with John G. Paton, ‘He walked with God, why may not I?’
In order to lead his family well in encouraging, comforting, and urging them to live lives worthy of God, a father needs to be properly equipped. Think of the men of God in your life and consider giving them a good Christian book that will encourage and equip them as spiritual leaders this year, and in the years to come.
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The Upper Room
Being a Few Truths For the Times
Sermons and lectures which exhibit Ryle’s robust evangelical doctrine and down-to-earth application, with a contemporary ring. 464pp.
The Godly Man’s Picture
Drawn with a Scripture Pencil, or, Some Characteristic Marks of a Man Who is Going to Heaven
Some Characteristic Marks of a Man who is Going to Heaven’. 256pp.
The Essentials of Christian Discipleship
LIMITED STOCK. PRICES AVAILABLE WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. Endorsements ‘Standing in the great tradition of preachers who were once lawyers, Andrew Randall skilfully unfolds from Scripture ‘the truth . . . and nothing but the truth’ about what it means to be a Christian. Fresh and compelling, shrewd and honest, winsome and reliable, Following Jesus is […]
Catechizing Our Children
The Whys and Hows of Teaching the Shorter Catechism Today
Book Description Communicating the faith to children is one of the great responsibilities of Christian parents. In Catechizing Our Children, Terry Johnson, a father as well as a pastor, shows how the Shorter Catechism can be of great help to parents facing this vital task. Many generations of Christian parents have found the Westminster Shorter […]
Life, Letters and Essays
This account by Edward Morgan traces the life and ministry of Elias from his first religious impressions until the day when 10, 000 attended his funeral in Anglessey, the scene of most of his labours. 432pp.
Iain Murray writes on specific aspects of some of the Christians he particularly admires from past years. Most space is given to little-known figures, such as Robert Kalley and William Hewitson, missionaries to Madeira, and Charles and Mary Colcock Jones of Georgia. 320pp.
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