• The Voice of Jesus

    The Voice of Jesus

    Discernment, Prayer and the Witness of the Spirit

    by Gordon T. Smith

    Building on the rich spiritual tradition that spans the diversity of history and theology from Ignatius Loyola to John Wesley to Jonathan Edwards, Gordon T. Smith helps open your ears and heart to the depths of the inner witness of the Spirit. By learning to attend to the Spirit, Smith urges, you will learn to hear and heed the voice of Jesus in everyday life.

  • Hearing God

    Hearing God

    Developing a Conversational Relationship with God

    by Dallas Willard

    In this updated and expanded edition of Dallas Willard's beloved book, you'll gain rich spiritual insight into how to hear God's voice clearly and develop an intimate partnership with him. Including new material from Willard's teaching at Renovaré and reformatted for easier reading, this classic is still one of today's best spiritual resources.

  • Called to Be Saints

    Called to Be Saints

    An Invitation to Christian Maturity

    by Gordon T. Smith

    Theologies of justification are too numerous to count. In this book, Gordon Smith synthesizes a lifetime of writing on calling, conversion, discernment and spiritual formation in a comprehensive and compelling theology of sanctification. Smith presents holiness in its christological, sapiential, vocational, social and emotional dimensions.

  • Kneeling with Giants

    Kneeling with Giants

    Learning to Pray with History's Best Teachers

    by Gary Neal Hansen

    This guide to prayer, rooted in centuries of Christian tradition, introduces figures such as St. Benedict, Martin Luther, John Calvin, St. Ignatius, Teresa of Ávila and Andrew Murray. You'll learn how each of these spiritual giants uniquely connected to God through prayer and have an opportunity to practice each different method yourself.

  • Desiring God's Will

    Desiring God's Will

    Aligning Our Hearts with the Heart of God

    The Spiritual Journey

    by David G. Benner
    Foreword by Thomas H. Green

    How do we become both willing and able to do what God asks of us? In this expanded edition of a spiritual formation classic, psychologist and spiritual director David G. Benner explores the transformation of the will in Christian spirituality, examining why our desires are disordered and how we can align our hearts with God's.

  • Life on the Vine

    Life on the Vine

    Cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit

    by Philip D. Kenneson

    Philip Kenneson digs into the fruit of the Spirit listed in Galatians 5:22-23, combining rich, theologically grounded reflection on Christian life and practice with analysis of contemporary culture. He explores what each fruit means in its biblical context, then investigates how key traits of late modern Western culture inhibit the development and ripening of each fruit.

  • Dwell


    Life with God for the World

    by Barry D. Jones
    Foreword by Michael Frost

    Christians often wrestle with their role in this fallen, physical world. But Jesus, the Incarnate One, offers a radical model for living as he teaches us how to dwell in the world for the sake of the world. If we are to become like him, we must learn what it means to live out this missional spirituality in the places we dwell.

  • Longing for God

    Longing for God

    Seven Paths of Christian Devotion

    by Richard J. Foster and Gayle D. Beebe

    Do you long for the closeness with God that you've tasted in fleeting moments? You can begin to fill that longing by developing your capacity to receive and respond to God's love. In this rich resource Richard Foster and Gayle Beebe introduce you to people from the past who have known God deeply and model the seven paths to intimacy with God from Christian history.

  • The Radical Pursuit of Rest

    The Radical Pursuit of Rest

    Escaping the Productivity Trap

    by John Koessler
    Foreword by Mark Galli

    Whether in our careers, churches, schools or families, busyness is the norm, and anything less makes us feel unproductive and anxious. John Koessler understands that rest is not automatic or easy to attain. With honest, biblical reflections on trends in our culture and churches, he presents a unique perspective on how pursuing rest leads us to the heart of God.

  • Dynamics of Spiritual Life

    Dynamics of Spiritual Life

    by Richard F. Lovelace

    Richard F. Lovelace draws from biblical models and church history to present a comprehensive approach to spiritual renewal. Considering such practical issues as renewal of the local congregation, the ways revivals go wrong, and Christian approaches to the arts and social justice, Lovelace's classic is for all who long to revitalize the church.

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