Recommended Religious Books

Grief: Helping Christians Coping with the STORM of Loss

by Don Allen (Author)

This book is a tool to help you cope with and understand the grief in your personal life. You will develop skills to help yourself and others manage their grief.

The Shadow of Evil: Where is God in a Violent World?

Jeffrey M. Davis, author

“The Shadow of Evil” from Christian Faith Publishing author Jeffrey M. Davis is an insightful and honestly written book about the murder of his mother in 1991 by a serial killer and his emotional and spiritual struggles as he takes the road to recovery from the tragedy. This work offers the reader a hard look at the subject of violent loss, presented through the rarely combined perspectives of crime nonfiction, psychology self-help, and Christian faith.

The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness

by Kelli Harding M.D. M.P.H

Discover an eye-opening and provocative new way to look at our health based on the latest groundbreaking discoveries in the science of compassion, kindness, and human connection.

For all of its rigor and science, medicine is full of stories—mysteries—that doctors and research cannot explain. Patients who are biologically healthy, but feel ill. Patients who are biologically ill, but feel healthy. What if these health mysteries could teach us something about what really makes us sick—and how to be healthy?

Lament for a Son

by Nicholas Wolterstorff

In Lament for a Son Nicholas writes not as a scholar but as a loving father grieving the loss of his son. In brief vignettes Wolterstorff explores with a moving honesty and intensity, all the facets of his experience of this irreversible loss. Though he grieves "not as one who has no hope," he finds no comfort in the pious-sounding phrases that would diminish the malevolence of death.