“Cheap Grace is the grace we bestow on ourselves, the preaching of forgiveness without requiring repentance, baptism without church discipline, communion without confession. Cheap grace is grace without discipleship.” Second to the Bible it’s the most influential book I’ve ever read. JP
The Cost Of Discipleship, by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Quiet Talks On Prayer, by S.D. Gordon
This is hands down one of the best books ever written that will shake ones faith and push them to a life of prayer. Gordon puts prayer front in center in the believer’s life and cogently explains why prayer makes and breaks our spiritual health and defines the extent of our Christian impact. The examination is so profound it encapsulizes the lack of impact of the modern evangelical faith on the world, and the reasons why so many Christians never learn to communicate with God. There is no life in the Spirit without an aligned prayer life, and this book proves it.
The Bondage Breaker, by Neil Anderson
Do demons exist in the same way today as they did in the time of Jesus? Neil Anderson will open your eyes to one of the most overlooked issues of our time in evangelicalism. He separates the secular from the spiritual and offers Biblical answers to problems secular counseling can only suppress. This is a great book for anyone suspecting they have and issue of spiritual oppression occurring in their own life or the life of someone they are close too. Anderson breaks the molds we have attributed to the spiritual realm in the church from personal experience not arm chair observations. He gives Biblical counsel on seeking freedom to mental health issues while appreciating the work of secular efforts
How You Can Be Led By The Spirit Of God, by Kenneth Hagin
If you like Kenneth Hagin you will like this book. This is an excellent book for understanding how to hear how the Holy Spirit and how he talks to us.
Dicipleshift, by Jim Putman & Bobby Harrington
“Whats the difference between a convert and a disciple? Putman & Harrington discuss a five step process to help churches move from “models” to making disciples. There is excellent material here for para-church as well as church level leaders on how to ensure your ministry efforts are guided by “Great Commission” principles.