Question of the Week: Besides the Bible, what is your favorite Christian book?

Meet today’s Cornerstone representatives….

Nia Campinha-Bacote ’15, our enthusiastic business manager who has a passion for cardio kick at the OMAC and small groups with the Branch

Anna Delamerced ’16, a self-diagnosed Anglophile who loves trying new things like hip-hop dance.

Russyan Mabeza ’15, Cornerstone’s unofficial vocalist and court jester, who frequently turns heads with his merry laughter and suburb acting abilities

Cia Mathew ’14: A classic triple threat. Cia is a poet, PLME, and phantastic* person. She is the awesome, white, gooey stuff that holds the stones together.

Ningfei Ou ’14. What words are there to describe this elegant creature? A poetic laureate, a Biblical scholar, an unintentional fashionista…

Ashley Wu ’16, a Corgi-lover whose infectious smile brightens up anyone’s day.

Besides the Bible, what is your favorite Christian book?

Nia: The Screwtape Letters, hands down!! Or rather, hands up, am I right, am I right?? 🙂

Anna: I’m gonna go with Augustine’s Confessions since what I especially admire is his vulnerability in recounting his walk with God. I also loved Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper.

Russyan: I found Joshua Harris’s I Kissed Dating Goodbye compelling. (lol)

Cia: Radical by David Platt and Crazy Love by Francis Chan. Those two books changed my life. fah real

Ningfei: I’d go with Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening as a devotional, Augustine’s Confessions, Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret, and Brother Lawrence’s Presence 🙂

Ashley: The Reason for God, by Tim Keller 🙂


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