Join Kim and Danielle as they talk about good books to read

Kimberley Gibson

Kim is a member of the GROW Committee, and works discipling university students at the University of QLD.  She is married to Richard, who is Principal at the Brisbane School of Theology.  She loves a good laugh and likes to relax with a good book, a cup of tea and a knitting project.  She is constantly struggling against a compulsion to purchase yet more books.

Danielle Williams

Danielle is a California native but has called Australia home for 11 years.  She is married to Luke and has two young girls who keep her busy.  She is Deacon for Women at Enoggera Baptist Church.  She is passionate about women reading and knowing the Bible, and having women meet together for Bible reading one-to-one.

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Kim and Danielle’s Recommended Books

Crazy Busy – A (Mercifully) Short Book About a (Really) Big Problem, by Kevin de Young

The Frog and the Fish – Reflections on work, technology, sex, stuff, truth, and happiness, by Chris Parker

  • An accessible book for late high-school/young adults (both Christian and not) about the cultural messages that have shaped them and what the Christian message offers
  • Available at the Wandering Bookseller or Koorong

For the Joy – 21 Australian Missionary Mother Stories on Cross-Cultural Parenting and Life, edited by Miriam Chan and Sophia Russell

  • A collection of honest, realistic and ultimately hope-filled stories from Australian women parenting on the cross-cultural mission field
  • Available at the Wandering Bookseller or Koorong

Ordinary – Sustainable faith in a radical, restless world, by Michael Horton

  • A deeper theologically reflective book commending the beauty and power of God at work in the ‘ordinary’ Christian life
  • Available at the Wandering Bookseller or Koorong

Also, from our discussion about how do you know if a Christian book is any good?

Recommended publishers to get you started: 

  • Matthias Media
  • The Good Book Company
  • Crossway
  • IVP