I believe that, especially when those books have eternal value. Good Christian books have the potential to help us grow in our relationships with God and one another. They can help us understand how God might be working in our lives, help us be better witnesses to the world around us, and help us deal biblically with the tests and trials of life.
Welcome to Mondays @ Soul Survival for 2016. As many of you know, last year we went through The Jesus Code by O.S. Hawkins, chapter by chapter. This year I plan to feature a different book each week by sharing a few key concepts from each one.
Last week we looked at a great book entitled Taming the To-Do List: How to Choose Your Best Work Every Day by Glynnis Whitwer. If you deal with procrastination or an unending to-do list, you may want to check out Glynnis’ book.
Today I’d like to share some thoughts with you about a little gem of a book entitled Resolving Everyday Conflict by Ken Sande of Peacemaker Ministries. If you’re not familiar with Peacemaker Ministries you are missing some great resources.
Resolving Everyday Conflict has just 107 pages, but it’s packed full of helpful information. From the introduction: Continue reading