On the Sight bookshelf this week…

Apologies for the gap between posts – we’ll try and make it a more regular feature. Here’s this week’s selection of books that you may find interesting, including some related to recent articles…

• The Boy Who Wouldn’t Die – David Nyoul Vincent. Read David Adams’ review of his inspiring story here.

Reaching for the Invisible God – Philip Yancey. Mentioned by Nils von Kalm in his recent Thoughts on Life blog entry, Expectation is the Mother of Resentment.

•  Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life – Nick Vujicic. Nick’s latest book, Unstoppable: The Incredible Power of Faith in Action, is released in October.

The Freedom of Self Forgetfulness – Timothy Keller. Released earlier this year, this short text looks at how freedom is found in the putting aside of self.

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