We are excited about the newest addition to our Messenger Blog, the “Resource Roundup.”
Every week we will post a new list of resources our staff informative or uplifting. These resources may be books, websites, podcasts, videos, or any other thing our staff finds helpful. We hope this series of posts itself will become a valuable resource to you.
Disclaimer: Our recommendation of a resource on this blog is not intended to imply that we hold every view of the resource’s creator. They are solely the views and opinions of the author, and not of Southeast. Please be diligent in separating the “wheat” from the “chaff.”
The Prophets: An Old Testament Commentary by Wayne Jackson
This recommendation comes from Director Will Hanstein. He says it is very readable, easy to understand, and informative concerning the Old Testament Prophets.
You can order the book through Christian Courier by clicking this link
Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Edwin Jones recommends this volume as being a helpful book to have on your shelf. It is a condensed version of the Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible. It is also available for Kindle.
ESV Verse by Verse Bible
If you read or teach from the English Standard Version, but prefer the more traditional two-column “verse by verse” format, Crossway has published an option for you. The print is large, and there is quite a bit of margin for notes. It is available bound in “TruTone” or leather. This recommendation comes from Justin Morton.
Wiersbe’s Expository Outlines on the New Testament
This recommendation comes from Steve Higginbotham, who just finished teaching our Sermon Preparation and Delivery Course. Wiersbe’s book (and it’s accompanying volume on the Old Testament) can be helpful in preparing expository sermons.
FighttheNewDrug.org—Information About Pornography
Internet pornography is a serious problem in our culture. The website, Fight The New Drug has a wealth of helpful information concerning the effects of pornography on a person’s life. This resource recommendation comes from Daniel Howell.
Be sure to check back next week for more resources!
Note: Check out a complete listing of all our recommended resources on our Pinterest board.