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Book Of The Month: Pilgrim’s Progress

Historically, next to the Bible, no book has been read by Christians more than Pilgrim’s progress. First published in 1678, it has never been out of print. Pilgrim’s Progress is an allegory, written by an imprisoned pastor, depicting the Christian life as a journey, with many dangers, and something that is not undertaken carelessly.  As […]

Book Of The Month: None Like Him

In her book, None Like Him, Jen Wilkin teaches about Gods unique attributes. That is, the attributes God does not and cannot share with us. Wilkin does an excellent job at describing those attributes, but then explains why those very attributes should be encouraging to us in our daily lives. Originally written as a book […]

Book Of The Month: Newton On The Christian Life

John Newton, the author of Amazing Grace, was a  pastoral theologian who loved both the Lord and His people. Newton wrote many letters to Christian friends over the years and in those letters he gave gracious and godly counsel. In Tony Reinke’s Newton on the Christian Life to Live is Christ, Reinke presents much of […]

Book Of The Month: Let The Nations Be Glad

If CBC is going to be a congregation that engages global missions then our motives will matter. In his book, Let the Nations be Glad, John Piper  gives us the primary motive for missions, namely, our passion for God’s glory.  We would like our congregation to read this book so that our church can with […]

Book Of The Month: Lessons From The Upper Room

Our book of the month for November is, Lessons from the Upper Room, by Sinclair Ferguson. If you’re not familiar with the ministry of Sinclair Ferguson, this book will be a wonderful introduction to him. This book is born out of a teaching series Dr. Ferguson did through the upper room discourse in John 13-17.From the Publisher: […]

Book Of The Month: Knowing God

J.I. Packer’s book, Knowing God, is one of the most influential Christian books ever written. Knowing God is a presentation of God and His attributes with the goal of truly knowing God in a personal relationship resulting in love, worship, and obedience. J.I. Packer is a trusted, conservative scholar but writes this book with everyday […]

Book Of The Month: Gentle And Lowly

In the book, “Gentle and Lowly”, Dane Ortlund teaches us how Jesus feels about His people. Dane does a good job demonstrating from Scripture that Jesus’ heart is actually drawn toward sinners and suffers in a wonderful way. This is a book that is both educational and devotional and will be a good supplement to […]

Book Of The Month: Gender Ideology

The month of June is a time where we are uniquely confronted with an unbiblical worldview regarding gender and identity. We think this book will be very helpful resource for you to think through what the Bible says about how we are all made in the image of God. From the publisher:“The world has embraced the […]

Book Of The Month: Finally Free

Pornography is an epidemic in the church and in the world. It wreaks havoc on individuals, families and marriages. We need gospel hope and help for this issues. In Finally Free, Heath Lambert has given the church a wonderful resource to help those enslaved to pornography. In this book you will be pointed to the power […]

Book Of The Month: Faith Alone

God brought many wonderful things out of the Reformational time beginning in 1517, but the most central and important Gospel aspect that we hold today is the doctrine of faith alone. We believe, in distinction form the Roman Catholic Church, that we are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone. In the […]