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Christian book bestsellers

“Hell’s Best Kept Secret” (Ray Comfort) – A radical approach to reaching the lost for Christ.

“Shepherding a Child’s Heart” (Tedd Tripp) – Provides perspectives and procedures for guiding your child’s heart into the paths of life.

“How Should We Then Live?” (Francis Schaeffer) – A discussion of the reasons for modern society’s decline and the necessity for the Bible’s morals, values and meaning.



“Competent to Counsel” (Jay Adams) – A classic reference work for Christian counseling with specific responses to particular problems.

“Hard to Believe” (John MacArthur) – The unvarnished truth of what Jesus taught and lived, plus the high cost and infinite value of following Him.




“What the Bible Teaches About Spiritual Warfare” (Robert Dean, Thomas Ice) – A completely biblical analysis of the truths and popular fallacies of the role of Satan and demons and their power in the lives of Christians today.

“Recapture the Wonder” (Ravi Zacharias) – How to break free from the weariness and cynicism of life to enjoy God’s amazing promise of childlike joy.

“A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23” (Phillip Keller) – An inspirational and refreshing look at one of the best-loved portions of scripture.

“Child Training Tips” (Reb Bradley) – Subtitled “What I Wish I Knew When My Children Were Young,” this book helps parents identify their blind spots and establish control in the home.

“On Becoming Baby-wise, …Child-wise, …Pre-teen-wise, …Teen-wise” (Gary Ezzo) – This series uses sensitive and ordinary techniques, giving rare and helpful insights into the raising of children of all ages.

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