SO INTERESTING TO NOTE: Modern philosophies and theories abound regarding our conscience, sub-conscience,  and behavior.  We frequently use terms like 'body, mind and spirit,' and 'heart and soul,' but deep down are left to wonder where does each one of those really start and the other begin? What about emotions? Thoughts? Our will? To the best of my ability, I have designated these resources in a way that best aligns with the biblical perspective on thoughts, emotions and the Holy Spirit.

“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” - Margaret Fuller


The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness   

~ Timothy Keller

  •  A wonderful book for personal growth and insights into thoughts about our EGO. I love the acronym for EGO our friend Mark taught us...

E- Edging

G- God


The Hiding Place

~ Corrie Ten Boom

  •  You are my hiding place and my shield; I hope in your Word” (Psalm 119:114).

One of my personal heros of faith. Talk about self-leadership! If you don't know Corrie's story, I encourage you to read here...

Trusted Leader

~ David Horsager

  • Follow CEO Ethan Parker as he discovers the power of trust and how to apply it amid the complexities of leadership, change, and culture transformation. A great read anytime, especially during the winter months.

Addictive Habits:           Changing for Good

 ~ David R. Dunham

  • "It begins with a choice . . . but soon that choice overpowers and traps you. You both love and hate your habit, and it begins to define you. Addiction is a blend of choice and enslavement—but change is possible through God and his Word."

The Trust Edge

 ~ David Horsager

  • THE TRUST EDGE:            The competitive advatage gained when others confindently believe in you. This 8 Pillar Framework is a game changer for everyone!

Love Does

~ Bob Goff

  • Love is a thought, a feeling AND action. You may never think about 'love' in the same way again.

Twelve Ordinary Men

~ John MacArthur 

  • If you think you have to be  perfect to do God's work this book will challenge you to think differently. This is about the 12 disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament. Jesus chose ordinary men - fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots - and turned their weakness into strength, producing greatness from utter uselessness. MacArthur draws principles from Christ's careful, hands-on training of the original 12 disciples for today's modern disciple - you.


Calm My Anxious Heart

 ~ Linda Dillow

  • Such a great twelve-week study filled with encouragement and practical help for overcoming anxiety. You'll learn how to discover what the Bible says about contentment and ways to apply it in your daily life, basically great truth tips on how be the Savvy U you are meant to be.

Doubt: Trusting God's Promises (31 Day Devotional)

~ Elyse Fitzpatrick

  • Elyse Fitzpatrick explores famous Bible characters who doubted, offers support for our beliefs, and explores God’s promises for those of little faith. If you struggle with doubt and discouragement, know you are not alone. You'll find hope and encouragement in this book.

Catching Little Foxes

~ John Henderson

  • This is great for engaged couples to read as they prepare for a Christ-centered marriage! It is written in a semi-interactive format as well.

Heart Like His

~ Beth Moore

  • She'll bring lessons from David’s life to bear on your own emotions/life. May we all love and follow and serve God with a heart focused on Him no matter what.

How's Your Soul?

~ Judah Smith

  • Deep. Light. Hilarious. Deep. His style seeps right to your soul. Thanks for writing this Judah!

A Small Book For The Hurting Heart

~ Paul Tautges

  • Tautges walks with readers through their grief to see the one who nourishes our faith and heals our soul.

    In fifty brief readings, your hurting heart will find spiritual help, encouragement, and healing as you experience the comfort of God.


God Guides

~ Mary Geegh

  •  This is the original, unedited version of the God Guides book,  offered for sale by the family of Mary Geegh. It is a compilation of Mary Geegh’s journal entries written while serving as a missionary. She shares her practice of having a quiet time which focuses on listening to God for his guidance. Oh soooo good!

The Breaking of the Outer Man and the Release of the Spirit

~ Watchman Nee

  • Hang on tight as this is the opening sentence of his book. Oh so spot on! "Sooner or later the servant of God realizes that he himself  is the greatest frustration to his work."

Forgotten God

~ Francis Chan

  • Francis Chan offers a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit's direction of our lives.