In this grab bag we have 3 fiction e-books from Thomas Nelson. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
“Ben Courson is a vital voice for this generation.” —Rich Wilkerson Jr.
“This book will give you clear and simple direction to unleash hope, faith, and optimism in your life as you become an Optimisfit!” —Levi Lusko
Op•ti•mis•fit, n: a nonconformist, an adventurer, a person who lives with wild abandon, childlike wonder, and unapologetic optimism.
You were never meant to fit in. You were made to stand out.
With passion, purpose, a large dose of humor, and a wild sense of wonder, Optimisfits offers a road map for a better way to live. It’s calling you to seize your status as an outsider and wage a fierce rebellion against the hopelessness of the world by living out an intensely optimistic approach to every day.
Ben Courson and a band of misfits invite you to join them on an epic adventure with God and with the Squad.
#hopeisdope! And it’s time to spread it like fire. Are you ready to make a real difference and ignite the world? Join the Optimisfits and see sparks fly!
“Arthur Hildersham is, to a large extent, a forgotten Puritan. Since Samuel Clarke compiled a thirteen-page account of his life in the seventeenth century, there has been no biography of Hildersham. But during his lifetime, Hildersham was one of the most revered and prominent Puritan figures. His story, combined with a study of his printed works, is rewarding in a number of ways. Hildersham is a guide who can help us better understand the rapidly changing and often confusing religious scene of the later Elizabethan and early Stuart period. He faced challenges and big questions that are still relevant. Although we may not agree with all of Hildersham’s conclusions, his way of thinking through issues according to biblical principles is instructive. There is often a temptation to spiritualize heroes of the past by concentrating solely on their preaching. The exclusion of their ordinary lives, mundane domestic routines, and business affairs can sometimes leave us feeling inadequate and guilty by comparison. This study of Hildersham will attempt to redress that imbalance by painting a well-rounded portrait of a man who lived for his Master not only in the pulpit but also in daily life, in “secular” activities, in friendships, and in trials.” — from the preface by Lesley A. Rowe (more…)
In this grab bag we have 19 e-books from David C. Cook. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 3 fiction e-books from Barbour. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
What does exercise have to do with our souls?
How do our sleeping habits relate to being conformed to the likeness of Christ?
What do our bodies have to do with the spiritual formation?
Valerie Hess has taken up these questions with her spiritual formation graduate students. And Lane Arnold has processed them with others as a spiritual director. They have discovered that the life of our bodies has quite a bit to do with the life of our souls.
Together they have written a book that helps readers explore
- choices about what we eat
- worshiping with our bodies
- seasons of life for body and soul
- caring for the planet
- and more
Each chapter has reflection questions and creative exercises to help you engage body and soul with these themes. This is not just a book to read. It’s an invitation to a new way of experiencing God.
‘Christ the Way, the Truth, and the Life’ is John Brown of Wamphray’s most practical, experiential work. It provides spiritual counsel on living the Christian life as it ought to be lived—centering on Christ, mortifying sin, loving the souls of others, and glorifying God. This classic reprint excels in teaching believers how to make use of Christ in a variety of ways on a daily basis.
John Brown of Wamphray (c. 1610–1679) was a Scottish minister who was imprisoned for opposing the episcopal rule and subsequently exiled to the Netherlands.
“Would you learn the art of continually fleeing to Christ by faith for your justification and sanctification? Read and reread this precious volume, filled with experiential truth, and learn about how to go to Christ continually for every spiritual need. Use it as a devotional gem, and pray for the Holy Spirit to grant you, by faith, a growing, daily dependence on Christ. Here is biblical, Reformed, Puritan spirituality at its best.” – Joel R. Beeke, president, and professor of systematic theology and homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.