8 Christian Books To Read To Help You Grow In Your Faith

Christian Books To Read To Help You Grow In Your Faith

As Christians, we have seasons that we struggle with our faith. When we struggle not only is it imperative that we return to the word, but also dive deep into the literature that will help us get back into our faith in Christ. 

Here are 8 books to help you grow in your faith: 

Adamant by Lisa Bevere

What is truth? This has become the defining question of our time. But while everyone has an opinion, truth, it seems, is getting harder and harder to find. Perhaps that's because we are searching for something when we should be looking for someone. Truth has a name. Truth is not a river that changes with the cultural currents but a rock and the cornerstone of all we are and ever dreams to be. Adamant will be an anchor for your soul in a raging sea of opinions, giving you a clear sense of direction in a wandering world.

Everybody Always by Bob Goff

What happens when we stop worrying about difficult people and simply love them? A revolution! In this follow-up to his best-selling Love Does, Goff shares how he learned to accept others without inhibition, insecurity, and restriction---including when he befriended a Ugandan witch doctor. Discover how a no-limits embrace of everybody can transform the world.

Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist

Busyness drains our souls and harms our bodies. When you don't have a moment to be still, how can the still, small voice of God's wisdom and love speak into your life?

Shauna Niequist was in a season of extreme busyness that finally broke her enough to become desperate for change. In Present Over Perfect, Shauna shares what she's learned in her journey toward slower living, which has become more abundant, fruitful living. Come alongside to rest, play, and recreate. What you'll find there satisfies more than you can imagine.

The Case For Christ by Lee Strobel

If you were a journalist, how would you investigate the top story in human history? Join the award-winning former legal editor of the Chicago Tribune as he cross-examines scholars to uncover incontestable evidence supporting Jesus' claims. Includes updated archaeological material, an interview with Strobel, and more. A powerful defense of the Christian faith! 

Watch the movie version of this book---> HERE

The Light Within Me by Ainsley Earhardt

From her insightful political coverage, including a sit-down with Melania Trump, to her powerful reporting covering some of the most headline-making national events, to her live coverage, including Pope Francis’ visit to New York, Ainsley considers her career and the factors that have propelled her to the top of her field, becoming a cohost of Fox & Friends and contributor to Hannity. Ainsley credits her success to the values she learned from her parents, and to the enduring Christian faith that has been her ballast through thick and thin, in good times and in periods of great difficulty.

Filled with inspirational quotes taken from Scripture and illustrated with sixteen pages of never-before-seen photos, her memoir is infused with her spiritual beliefs and will touch the hearts of all her fans, reminding them to count the blessings God has given them every day of their lives.

Peace With God by Billy Graham

Drawing from Romans 5:1, Dr. Graham addresses such issues as life after death, the nature of faith, our future hope, and finding peace. With quiet confidence and surefooted faith, Billy Graham points unerringly toward the One who is the only dependable source of the peace that passes understanding. Both comforting and challenging, this classic explanation of the human predicament and the divine answer has been changing lives for generations.

Stronger Than The Struggle by Havilah Cunnington

Discover the truth about spiritual warfare! In her down-to-earth style, Cunnington combines sound theology and biblical teaching to help you discern whether your personal struggles are from God, yourself, or Satan; create realistic battle plans; and use practical tools to thrive amid hardship, put the enemy in his place, and start living.

Wait and See by Wendy Pope

Every woman struggles with times of waiting—for a spouse, a child, a job. In Wait and See, Wendy Pope guides readers to focus on the Person of their faith rather than the object of their wait. Pope draws on the story of King David, who was anointed king nearly twenty years before he took his throne.
This hands-on guidebook invites readers to record their own waiting discoveries. With practical suggestions and real-life stories, Pope shows readers how they can be active in the present as they hope for the future.

 

I hope this has helped you find some books to read! 

What books have you read that has helped you grow in your faith? Share in the comments! 

the caffeinated bibliophile