Wednesday night we are almost done with our Crown Study on finances and one of the pastors has asked for ideas on what to do next. As much as I would like to recommend Steve Lawson and his books, the fact is he may be too deep for this audience, and may not work. Anyone have any ideas? Below are some possible books that I may recommend. Ideally I want material that is not about bettering my life, but about getting to know God better and or denying myself and about radical discipleship. DVD's will not work for this context as the church prefers the small group study format. Two good books on SIN, and about how to deal with it. Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges Counterfeit gods by Tim Keller Radical Together by David Platt--A book on Radical Discipleship. The Reason for God by Tim Keller-- Good book for presenting the case for Christianity in a postmodern culture. Or we could just study a book of the Bible and get resources to help us with that. Warren Wiersbe and John MacArthur have written books. What say you? Thanks.