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Reformers Bookstore



Cornerstone has entered into an agreement with Reformers Bookshop which supports our Shine Mission Program.

Every full price purchase made from Reformers will result in 15% being given back to Cornerstone’s Mission Program.

Reformers Bookshop is Australia’s leading evangelical, reformed book store. 

Ordering is easy via web: https://reformers.org.au/ phone: 9564 3555 or in person: 140 Albany Road Stanmore.

In order to support Cornerstone Missions please use the following code when ordering P001CPCC

Getaway 2017 - Recommended Books

The Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions - Arthur Bennett Unknown
Desiring God: Meditations of a Christian Hedonist - John Piper Unknown-1
A Praying Life: Connecting With God in a Distracting World - Paul E. Miller 41WLvoXgSML._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_
Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy With God -  Tim Keller 1489758393695
The Jesus Storybook Bible A1iNqHXNZUL
XTB Series xtb-summer-signposts-9781873166901

Last summer the staff recommended some summer reading the following from that list are available from reformers.

The Holiness of God by R.C. Sproul.

A classic that deserves to be read by every Christian. Easy to read but DEEP in content. You will come away with a deeper awe and reverence for the God we worship.


Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung.

Anything written by De Young is worth reading but this is one of his best. If you struggle with being too busy then this is the book you’ve been waiting for.


Is God a Moral Monster? by Paul Copan.

A brilliant book that deals with all of the tricky issues that people often come up against when reading the Old Testament.


Dan’s Picks

Core Christianity by Michael Horton.

A great contemporary introduction to the Christian faith, ideal as a refresher for mature Christians as well as for new believers seeking to be well grounded in their new faith. It has been called the Basic Christianity for this generation. Nothing more important than to return to the fundamentals.


Comforting Hearts Teaching Minds by Starr Meade.

Okay I admit this wouldn’t just be for summer, but for the whole year. The Heidelberg Catechism is confessional document of Christian beliefs, in the format of questions and answers. This books is a series of family devotions based off that Catechism (Primary school and up). Imagine having your children being able to articulate to things of God and guard them in their hearts.


What is the Mission of the Church? by Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert.

In the face of all the good churches can do in confronting injustice, advance common good and alleviate suffering, how should Christians build an understanding of these things from the Bible? This book will help lay some important biblical foundations and takeaways.


We cannot be silent by R. Albert Mohler Jr.

Same-sex marriage didn’t come to our culture overnight. It came riding on the wave of a more substantial moral revolution which took place in only one generation. Al Mohler traces how this revolution occurred, and what a Biblical morality and worldview can positively look like in the midst of such a revolution.


David’s Picks

Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert by Rosaria Butterfield.

As we live in a world that increasingly challenges the Christian perspective on many issues, this book looks at Rosaria’s conversion from one who challenged the Christian perspective and through the love and gentle Evangelism of a Christian couple became an unlikely convert.


Why we Love the Church and Why We’re Not Emergent by Kevin DeYoung and Ted Kluck.

These two great books by a minister and a sports journalist remind us of the importance of church, why we should be part of the church and why we should remain firmly focussed on scripture as our guide for how we do church.


Just do Something by Kevin DeYoung.

Kevin gets a good rap in these recommendations. A great book for the younger people amongst us, but relevant to all of us. We spend way too much time waiting for God’s leading before we make any decisions in life. He we are reminded that God’s will for us is clear, so just do something.


CS’s Picks

Awe by Paul Tripp.

Classic Tripp. Why we Love the Church by Kevin DeYoung. A necessary corrective for tendency to knock the church by a young leader.


The ministers will regularly add recommended reading lists of books to this page so check back for ideas.