So many exceptional Christian books released in 2021, it’s tough to pick the best. But some couldn’t be ignored! Take a look at a few popular books featured as the best new Christian books of this year.
Prayers for Knowing God
In Prayers for Knowing God, Dr. Tony Evans guides readers through more than 50 prayers that help Christians identify and understand God’s attributes.
Readers who pray through this book will . . .
- experience God spiritually, emotionally, and personally
- recognize his handiwork in the world that surrounds them
- understand his plans and desires for their lives
They’ll come to know God through his graciousness, his truth, his omniscience, his satisfying power, and in 46 other ways that draw them closer to him.
In Faithful, some of today’s most beloved Christian authors and songwriters (like Trillia Newbell, Amanda Bible Owens, and Ann Voskamp) guide readers through Scripture to reveal how God has always valued the integral role of females and how that shapes the lives of women today.
This beautiful, creative book will invite readers to return again and again for reflection and inspiration through guided Scripture reading and writing prompts.
The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted
Respected marriage counselor Gary Chapman looks at key issues that help couples build the marriage they’ve always wanted. They’ll find practical answers to common, weighty questions like “Why won’t they change?”
In the warm, practical style that has endeared him to audiences worldwide, Dr. Chapman delivers advice on all the “big issues” (including money, communication, and in-laws) and leads couples back to joy in their marriage.
Knowing and Enjoying God
For years, writer Tim Challies has been posting spiritual insights from influential Christian thought leaders, helping his thousands of online followers mature in their faith. Now these inspirations are newly discoverable in this one-of-a-kind devotional.
This curated collection of quotes, stunning photography, and corresponding devotions from Tim challenges readers to cultivate consistent spiritual habits including prayer, fasting, evangelism, and gratitude.
Talking Back to Purity Culture: Rediscovering Faithful Christian Sexuality
The generation born into evangelical purity culture has grown up. But as time goes on, it’s becoming more evident that many still struggle with purity culture’s complicated legacy.
In Talking Back to Purity Culture, Rachel Joy Welcher reviews the movement carefully, examining its teachings through the lens of Scripture. Compassionate, faithful, and wise, she charts a path forward for Christians in the ongoing debates about sexuality—one that rejects legalism and license alike, steering Christians back instead to the good news of Jesus.
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