The pastors at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church have created a list of recommended books. You can purchase them at your local book store or order them online through Amazon.com. This list will be updated periodically. To see all of the books, use the “Filter & Sort” function and select “Purchased and Unpurchased.” Here are the recommended books for October-November 2020.

Romans 1-7 For You
By: Timothy Keller
A study guide helping you to grip its meaning and showing how it transforms our hearts and lives today.
Romans 1-7 For You By: Timothy Keller
Romans 8-16 for You
By: Timothy Keller
A study guide helping you to grip its meaning and showing how it transforms our hearts and lives today.
Romans 8-16 for You. By: Timothy Keller
Onward
By: Russell Moore
Engaging the culture without losing the Gospel. As Christianity seems increasingly strange to our culture, we have the opportunity to reclaim the freakishness of the Gospel, which is what gives it its power in the first place.
Onward. By: Russell Moore
When Pain Is Real and God Seems Silent
By: Ligon Duncan
Through these brief meditations on Psalms, shows how to respond to suffering with the assurance of our heavenly Father’s mercy, which sustains even in the darkest.
When Pain Is Real and God Seems Silent. By: Ligon Duncan
How the Nations Rage
By: Jonathan Leeman

How can the church move forward in unity amid such political strife and cultural contention? Rethinking faith and politics in a divided age.
How the Nations Rage. By: Jonathan Leeman
Resilient
By: Valerie Bell and Matt Markins
Child discipleship and the fearless future of the church. Resilient child discipleship focuses on three areas: belonging, believing and becoming.
Resilient. By: Valerie Bell and Matt Markins