A Special Recommendation of Bruce Ware’s “Big Truths”

ellabookI really have resisted posting photos of my family on this blog.  This is a blog about ideas, and purposefully so.  I don’t want to make a private matter–the life of my family–a public one.

However, I am forced to break my own rule on special occasions.  Recently, at a book signing by my father-in-law, theologian Bruce Ware, for his new book Big Truths for Young Hearts (Crossway, 2009), my daughter, Ella Rose, grabbed a copy of the fast-selling book and would not let go.  Ella, it seems, found her grandfather’s text irresistible.  She literally refused to put it down!  She’s got a heart for robust theology, apparently.

Just wanted to share this special recommendation with my readers.  Ella is a young reader, and she is slowly working her way through the book, so I wouldn’t expect an extensive recommendation for several years (maybe decades).  But as of now, she has offered a strong commendation of the text.  When placed in her hands, she would not let it go.  Might I say the same about you, should you get your hands on a copy?

ellaBig Truths for Young Hearts: spreading happiness since April 2009, to readers of all ages–from retirement age all the way to ten months.  Just look at that satisfied smile!

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