Recommended Reading

August 21, 2010 § Leave a comment

There are several good books of living a life of pursuing purity.  There are a variety of books listed below. Some focus on sexual purity, others on women’s issues, and still others on spiritual maturity.

I am also a book reviewer.  My reviews of these books are posted on my Book Review site, The Vessel Project, as well as several other consumer sites. To read my review of the recommended resource listed below, select the ‘… read more …’ hyperlink at the bottom of the resource description.

Suggestions for other good resources are welcomed and appreciated. Please leave the name of the book in a comment to this post.

The Purity Principle

by Randy Alcorn

“A short book full of wise advice, straight to the point stating the obvious but often overlooked message that ‘Purity is smart  and Impurity is stupid’ – can it get any simpler than that?” […read more…]


Spiritual Maturity

by Bruce Baker

The basics of the disciplined life are discussed in this book and one would do well to read (and reread) it. Spiritual Maturity is a thought provoking read.”  [...read more...]


Purity:  A Godly Woman’s Adornment

by Lydia Brownback

“Unique and to the point, this is a devotional for women who want to see God by focusing on purity in several areas of life.” […read more…]


Love Notes:  A Biblical Look at Love

by Ryan Dalgliesh

“If you are a Truth seeker, evaluating all things in subjection to God’s Word, you will thoroughly enjoy this book.” […read more…]


Seeing Through the Lies

by Vonda Skelton

“”I would consider this book to be a recommended resource for any woman’s library, one to keep on hand and refer back to from time to time.”” […read more...]


My Utmost for His Highest

by Oswald Chambers

“This is my go-to devotional book. Read many times over several years, I am always challenged by the faith of Oswald Chambers.” […read more...]


Dug Down Deep

by Joshua Harris

“Your theology matters. Why does doctrine and sound biblical truths do matter?  Because it is the basis of from which you will walk out your days if you truly are a Christian.” [… read more…]


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