On the bookshelf this week…

So, it’s been sometime since we updated the bookshop – so thought we would kick it off with mention of a couple of books we’ve reviewed recently…

Christian leadership – Lance Ford’s UnLeader: Reimagining Leadership…and Why We Must. You can read Darren Cronshaw’s review here


Baptist History – Tony Cupit, Ros Gooden and Ken Manley (ed), From Five Barley Loaves: Australian Baptists in Global Mission 1864 — 2000. You can read Darren Cronshaw’s review here.


• Mission – Kim Hammond and Darren Cronshaw, Sentness: Six Postures of Missional Christians. You can read Lloyd Harkness’ review here.


And here’s a couple that we haven’t reviewed yet but which are currently gaining attention…

• Pope Francis’ recent release, The Church of Mercy. A collection of  speeches, homilies, and papers from the first year of his papacy.


• Dutch Sheets’ latest – The Power of Hope: Let God Renew Your Mind, Heal Your Heart, and Restore Your Dreams. A look at how your faith helps you through the tough times.


The Divine Conspiracy Continued: Fulfilling God’s Kingdom on Earth – the sequel to his bestseller, The Divine Conspiracy, this is the book Dallas Willard was working on at the time of his death last year.


As well as our reviews, Sight is shortly introducing a new book section called The Must Read in which we’ll feature books that may not be new but which is worthy of consideration for any reader’s bucket-list…Stay tuned. Meantime, why not tell us about what you’re reading?



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