Last night we listened to a Mac sermon and she loved it. She also loves Mac's study Bible which she carries every week to church. Sadly the IFB have blinded her about Reformed theology where she has thought negatively towards Calvinists, but that may change in time as she learns and gets exposed to more doctrine. I can't say that doctrine is very deep in our church and much of the teaching is very surface level. The apologetics/evangelism is no question Arminianism based as most of what Focus on the Family & the IFB movement has produced. She says she does not have time for books so I cannot get her any good books by Reformed authors such as ones by Mac, Piper, Washer, Comfort, etc.. However she has lots of time to listen to sermons, and I am striving to get her to think outside of the IFB movement and the shallowness of most of their preaching. We had a discussion last night about the Sovereignty of God doctrine and I gave her the Reformed view, which in that view makes Satan a servant of God as Martin Luther said he is "God's Devil." Also in the Reformed view on Spiritual Warfare there is no need to read sensational books such as "This Present darkness" or others by Frank E. Peretti whom is teaching a very Arminian view of the topic. Yes he sells lots of books, but his teachings are not Biblical. Some in the IFB movement have endorsed this book, and the influences show up in our church, which I have highly rejected. She holds strongly to the IFB teachings on "tithing" which are unbiblical. I have tried to get her to listen to what some Reformed have said on the topic but it has not worked. Also at our church they believe in "altar calls" and have been deceived by the deceptions of Charles Finney. I do not believe in altar calls as they are also unbiblical. Mac has exposed Finney in his teachings. Fellow Reformed do you have any other ideas and or recommendations to offer that would help my wife? What moved me from the IFB ways was the teachings of Reformed that helped me see the light. However I was OPEN to suggestion and that made the difference.