Book Recommendations for the Guys

Jun 5 2020

Our team has selected a few books to equip you. A few good reads for this summer, for example ?

David Mirck – Paris Campus

Every Man’s Battle by Steve Arterburn
A book that addresses the struggles of all men in depth, offering tools that are both practical and biblical.

Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul by John Eldrege
A book that allows the expression of masculinity according to our Creator. Filled with grace, it allows you to discover all that God has placed in you as a man.

Gabriel Gimenez – Massy Campus

Culture of Honor by Danny Silk
This book is crucial for the Church and for the local church, especially in the practical aspects of church life! It is firmly anchored in the Scriptures and leads us out of our comfort zone. Read it, read it again, and share it around you!

Ben Eugster – Lyon & Marseille Campuses

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
I love this timeless classic — one to read and read again. C.S. Lewis makes the Bible so relevant to our generation. Everyone is going through difficult times, but what will remain after a crisis? If you need benchmarks, this is a wonderful book to find the foundations of faith.

The 5 Love Languages ​​by Gary Chapman
In our couples, in our families, and in our relationships, we need to know the other person’s love languages. In this book, you are going to find out how you can express “I love you” so that the other person can truly understand it. The variations of this book for children and teenagers are also constructive and interesting in various seasons.

A Blessed Life by Robert Morris
An extraordinary book that challenges us to live generously and benefit from the promised rewards. The teaching of Pastor Robert Morris is based on the Bible and the revelations that he applies in his life. This book has transformed my view of generosity and my couple, my family and my friends are benefiting from this inspiring read.

Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders
This book is essential for every leader. If we as a Church are to reach the world, we need leaders with spiritual authority who understand that our talents and our gifts are not for our own glory, but for the glory of God. Let yourself be trained, and become a spiritual leader!

I Declare War by Levi Lusko
My read at the moment. I like the authentic way Levi Lusko describes the war going on in his thoughts, in his emotions and how he decides not to back down. The principles in this book will help you become aware of your battle and give you the keys to conquering. Yes, with God, we are “more than conquerors”.

The Daniel Dilemma by Chris Hodges
Chris Hodges, Pastor of Church of the Highlands, re-imagines the book of Daniel into the 21st century. The question is essential for us today: how can we keep our values ​​intact in a culture of compromise? It’s a refreshing read for anyone who wants to make a radical difference in our world.

Daniel Darcey – Geneva Campus

Maximized Manhood by Edwin Louis Cole
This book is not afraid to tackle the difficult subjects that affect men today. His simple and biblical intuitions help men to realize their full potential in Christ. This book is just awesome!

Pedro Mitraud – Connect Luxembourg

The Five Marks of a Man by Brian Tome
This book spoke to me in a very personal way and changed my view of masculinity. According to the author, a boy does not automatically become a man when he turns 18. Around us there are a lot of 50 year old boys, and conversely a lot of 20 year old men! What differentiates a man from a boy is the way he lives. A man has a vision for his life, a boy lives from day to day. A man plays as a team while a boy wants to be an MVP. A man works, a boy plays. A man has the courage to take a minority position while a boy seeks crowd approval. A man is a protector, a boy is a predator. These are the five brands of a man. And knowing them is not enough. Our families, our churches, our society … need men who are constantly looking for them.