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WHAT WE Are READING

  • EVERY GOOD ENDEAVOR

    BY TIM KELLER

    Tim Keller, pastor of New York’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church and the New York Times bestselling author of The Reason for God, has taught and counseled students, young professionals, and senior leaders on the subject of work and calling for more than twenty years. Now he pulls his insights into a thoughtful and practical book for readers everywhere.

  • ALL THINGS NEW

    by HUGH WHELCHEL

    In All Things New: Rediscovering the Four-Chapter Gospel, Hugh Whelchel, executive director of the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, inspires Christians to join God's incredible redemptive story through their everyday work. This booklet has six mini-chapters with reflective questions suitable for personal or group study.

  • THE CALL

    by Os GUINNESS

    The Call continues to stand as a classic, reflective work on life's purpose. Best-selling author Os Guinness goes beyond our surface understanding of God's call and addresses the fact that God has a specific calling for our individual lives.

  • READY OR NOT

    BY DREW MOSER & JESS FANKHAUSER

    Discerning a calling is a messy undertaking. You are already involved in many good things now, even as you are being called to many good things in your future. The good life―good work, good relationships, good citizenship, good faith―is to be enjoyed now and pursued on every horizon. We are living out the Kingdom of God even as we seek it.

  • Visions of Vocation

    By Steven Garber

    Is it possible to know the world and still love the world? Of all the questions we ask about our calling, this is the most difficult. From marriages to international relations, the more we know, the harder it is to love. We become cynics or stoics, protecting our hearts from the implications of what we know. But what if the vision of vocation can be recovered―allowing us to step into the wounds of the world and for love's sake take up our responsibility for the way the world turns out?

  • Jayber Crow

    By Wendell Berry

    Orphaned at age ten, Jayber Crow’s acquaintance with loneliness and want have made him a patient observer of the human animal, in both its goodness and frailty.


    Wendell Berry’s clear-sighted depiction of humanity’s gifts―love and loss, joy and despair―is seen though his intimate knowledge of the Port William Membership.

  • YOU ARE WHAT YOU LOVE

    By James K. A. Smith

    In this book, award-winning author James K. A. Smith shows that who and what we worship fundamentally shape our hearts. And while we desire to shape culture, we are not often aware of how culture shapes us. We might not realize the ways our hearts are being taught to love rival gods instead of the One for whom we were made. Smith helps readers recognize the formative power of culture and the transformative possibilities of Christian practices.

  • CREATION REGAINED

    By Albert M. WOLTERS

    In print for two decades and translated into eight languages, Albert Wolters's classic formulation of an integrated Christian worldview has been revised and expanded to reach new readers beyond the generation that has already benefited from this clear, concise proposal for transcending the false dichotomy between sacred and secular. 

  • OUT OF THE SILENT PLANET

    BY C. S. Lewis

    The first book in C. S. Lewis's acclaimed Space Trilogy, Dr. Ransom is abducted by a megalomaniacal physicist and his accomplice and taken to the red planet of Malacandra, Once on the planet, however, Ransom eludes his captors, risking his life and his chances of returning to Earth, becoming a stranger in a land that is enchanting in its difference from Earth and instructive in its similarity.