Mather, Cotton. Edited by Garnetta Sweeney Smith. Christianity to the Life: A Call to Imitate Christ. Peterborough: H&E Publishing, 2019. 101 pp. $12.99.

Read Christianity to the Life in one sitting as the Sunday morning sermon it was intended. Then take the book and read it devotionally savoring each morsel. Your spirit will be nourished by the solid food of the exposited Word of God. The church is indebted to Mrs. Garnetta Smith for her modernization and republication of Cotton Mather’s timeless exhortation to walk in holiness by imitating our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

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The High King of Heaven

Davis, Dean. The High King of Heaven: Discovering the Master Keys to the Great End Time Debate. Enumclaw: Redemption Press, 2014, 2nd edition, 2020.  755 pp.  $34.99.

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In The High King of Heaven, Dean Davis gives us a long overdue systematic treatise on biblical eschatology. Leaving no stone unturned, he interacts with differing views as objectively as possible, challenging each one with the Word of God. While you may disagree with some of his conclusions, it will not be for a lack of Scriptural Support. Though I remain undecided in my own view of the last things, I am now better equipped to further my study of the Bible and to wrestle with the mechanics of our one sure hope regarding the end times: Christ’s glorious return.  Christendom is indebted to Dean Davis for The High King of Heaven.


The King's Elite

Kay, Elliot J.  The King’s Elite Part 1.  Mountain View: BorderStone Press, LLC., 2012.  310 pp.  $14.95.

If we could teach today’s youth one character trait which would it be? Some may say ‘humility’ and others ‘courage,’ but one character trait that is often left to be learned the hard way is forgiveness. In The King’s Elite, author John Kay exemplifies the importance of forgiveness through a captivating story complete with swords and sorcerers. After reading The King’s Elite, the reader will be left wondering, “Will I choose to learn the art of forgiveness?”


Washington, Amanda. Chronicles of the Broken. 300 pp. Waldorf: Leeway Artisans, 2011.

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$11.95.  Purchase at Amazon.

“Amanda Washington is a promising young author with an ability to tell a story that speaks to so many different people on so many different levels. She writes with a passion to reach her reader where they are in life with timeless truths that matter.”


McConnell, Mac. Judean Chronicles – Book 1. Footsteps of St. Peter: The Early Years. Ft. Lauderdale: OneWay Books, 2010. 146 pp. $12.95.

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“Just an excellent book painting a vivid picture of life as a fisherman on the Sea of Galilee in first century Palestine.”

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