Summer isn’t over. If you’ve already blazed through your summer reading list, or even if you’re still putting it off, now is the perfect time to jump back into reading with fresh titles.
Some amazing books aren’t even out until the middle of summer anyways! We’ll help you keep up with what’s coming out and when.
Here are five new Christian books releasing this summer:
1. The Pastor’s Kid: Finding Your Own Faith and Identity
John Piper is a nationally renowned pastor and bestselling author. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to grow up with a popular pastor as your father? John Piper’s son, Barnabas, wrote The Pastor’s Kid to share what it’s like to grow up as a pastor’s kid. Discover the pressures, challenges, and joys of having a pastor for a dad, and find out what a pastor’s kid needs above all else.
Learn more about the plight of a pastor’s kid: check out our exclusive interview with Barnabas Piper.
Released July 1!
Charis—the Greek word for biblical grace—is the foundation of Preston Sprinkle’s passionate study of the Old Testament. As a professor at Eternity Bible College, Sprinkle enlightens his college students on the message of grace from Old Testament stories. See just how every character and event of the Old Testament is doused in grace. We see harlots being hugged, there are Pharisees being forgiven, and bad people getting big breaks. Charis gives biblical context to this abstract gift of grace.
Released July 7!
Technology, the internet, and social media are some of the best and worst things to ever happen to humanity. They allow us to connect and contact friends and family worldwide, and yet somehow these same tools are creating loneliness. Erin Davis writes Connected: Curing the Pandemic of Everyone Feeling Alone Together to bring awareness to this 21st century dilemma. She’s traveled nationwide to discuss our technology-induced loneliness to bring you this encouraging and helpful book.
Releases July 18!
Change can be tough to swallow. Phil Tuttle and Chris Tiegreen suggest that life’s biggest changes often begin with a choice. God sends us to crossroads to shape and strengthen us. In Crucible, Tuttle and Tiegreen examine the story of David and the choices which transformed him into a man after God’s own heart. Crucible offers fresh perspective for life’s big decisions.
Releases July 29!
Even as a pastor’s wife and the author of five Christian books, Jen Hatmaker discovered that she was too preoccupied with doing church to be the church. Caught up in consumerism, she needed an interruption to see the life her family was called to live. Follow her family’s messy journey, and find the inspiration to start your own.
Releases July 31!
Summer isn’t over. If you’ve already blazed through your summer reading list, or even if you’re still putting it off, now is the perfect time to jump back into reading with fresh titles. Some amazing books aren’t even out until the middle of summer anyways! We’ll help you keep up with what’s coming out and […]