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In this grab bag, we have 4 fiction e-books from Barbour. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
We’ve seen the enemy, and they’re small . . . and unionized.
If anyone understands why children behave the way they do, it’s internationally known psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Kevin Leman. Using the 7 principles of reality discipline, this father of five and grandfather of four reveals a practical, action-oriented game plan to
– get kids to listen to parents
– encourage healthy attitudes and two-way communication
– turn off temper tantrums, minimize sibling rivalries, and foil finicky eaters
– put parents back in the driver’s seat
– prompt long-lasting, positive behavior and instill values
– rear respectful, well-behaved children who become responsible difference makers in the world
Thought-provoking questions at the end of each chapter and Dr. Leman’s real-life examples give readers sure-fire techniques for developing a loving, no-nonsense approach for rearing children. With over a million satisfied customers, parents can’t go wrong with this classic, perennial bestseller.
In this grab bag we have 12 OT Commentaries by Westminster John Knox. The prices that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Epic: The Story that Changed the World is a graphic novel style Bible storybook featuring 40 stories and life-application questions circling back to the one big story of Jesus and making biblical events more relevant for today’s youth. The book features familiar yet reimagined art from the One Big Story brand that is perfect for engaging older kids and preteen readers.
This B&H Kids book includes a Parent Connection, an easy tool to help moms and dads (or anyone else who loves kids) discuss the book’s message with their child. We’re all about connecting parents and kids to each other and to God’s Word.
Family, community, faith, and love.
These “quilt blocks” sewn together made Ariana’s beautiful life.
When they are pulled to pieces,
will anything familiar remain?
The Old Order Amish life Ariana Brenneman loved vanished virtually overnight with the discovery that she was switched at birth twenty years ago. Now she’s immersed in the Englischer world, getting to know her mother and under the authority of her biological father, an atheist intellectual with resolute plans to expand Ariana’s worldview. Only Quill Schlabach, a childhood friend living Englisch, can steady the tilting ground between Ariana’s two worlds, but can she trust him after so many betrayals?
At the same time, Skylar Nash is forced to choose rehab or spend several months with her true relatives, the large Brenneman family and their seemingly backward life—no electricity, no technology, no fun. What the young woman can’t leave behind is her addiction to illegal prescription drugs and a deep emptiness from the belief that she doesn’t belong in either family.
New ties are binding Ariana and Skylar to the lives they were meant to have. Can they find the wisdom and strength they’ll need to follow God’s threads into unexpected futures?
Fraying at the Edge is the second novel in The Amish of Summer Grove series.
We live in a multifaith society: an ever-growing, diverse cultural climate, where no religion is viewed as having a monopoly on truth. It is important when that Christ-followers not only share the Word of God but also listen and learn how to interact meaningfully with those of diverse perspectives as we engage in life’s most important conversations.
Connecting Christ encourages believers to be not only better communicators and witnesses but also listeners to people of other worldviews and traditions—skills that are crucial in defending against today’s negative connotations and ineffective approaches associated with Christian evangelism.
With extensive commentary from leaders of various walks of faith and life — from Judaism to Islam and Buddhism to atheism —theologian and author Dr. Paul Louis Metzger offers a spiritual compass to help navigate the intimidating yet critical dialogue of conveying our faith in Christ. Filled with practical guidance and insight into controversial topics, such as hell, fascism, and homosexuality, Connecting Christ reveals that there is a way of evangelizing that is neither disengaging monologue nor silent, lifestyle ministry but is, instead, an approach for evangelism and dialogue to go hand-in-hand.
We must remove ourselves as the stumbling block to salvation for others and embrace a way to proclaim the uncommon, compassionate God revealed in Jesus Christ—the Savior this world is dying to know.
Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Kregel: Christ’s Call to Discipleship by James M. Boice vs. Show Me How to Share Christ in the Workplace by R. Larry Moyer
Crossway: Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity by Nancy Pearcey vs. How Should We Then Live?: The Rise and Decline of Western Thought and Culture by Francis A. Schaeffer
New Leaf: A Journey Through the Life of William Wilberforce by Kevin Belmonte vs. You Don’t Cry Out Loud: The Lily Isaacs Story by Lily Isaacs
Intervarsity Press: Pioneering Movements: Leadership That Multiplies Disciples and Churches by Steve Addison vs. Apostolic Church Planting: Birthing New Churches from New Believers by J. D. Payne
Christian Focus: Under the Thorn Tree: When Revival Comes by Richard Bewes vs. Land of Many Revivals: Scotland’s Extraordinary Legacy of Christian Revivals Over Four Centuries (1527–1857) by Tom Lennie
Reformation Heritage: An Able and Faithful Ministry: Samuel Miller and the Pastoral Office by James M. Garretson vs. A Labor of Love: Puritan Pastoral Priorities by J. Stephen Yuille