Five books that changed me
Paul Cheung teaches English as a second language and is going to East Asia with OMF in June. He divides his time between churches in Annandale and Hurstville.
J. Hudson Taylor, A Man in Christ by Roger Steer
A story I have come back to since my teenage years about a great man who put his trust in a faithful and almighty God. It challenged me to put Christ first in all aspects of my life.
A Call to Spiritual Reformation by Don Carson
I remember reading this book when I was at uni. It helped me to reassess the way I was praying and clearly showed me the importance of having my prayers shaped by God's word.
The Passion of Jesus Christ by John Piper
This book is a current read and companion on the train. Piper turns us to Scripture and reveals the riches of what Christ has done for us in his death.
What's so amazing about grace? by Philip Yancey
When this book came out it challenged my understanding of grace worked out in the Christian life, filled with many illustrations of grace and ungrace.
The Sovereignty of God by A. W. Pink
A concise book that has helped me in periods of real struggle in the Christian life, reminding me to keep trusting in God our Creator and Redeemer who is truly sovereign over all.