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In this grab bag, we have 8 e-books on prayer from Intervarsity Press. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In the six-session small group Bible study, The Life You’ve Always Wanted, John Ortberg guides you and your group through the spiritual disciplines and teaches you how they can transform your spiritual life. What does true spiritual life really look like? And what keeps you from living it? What can you do to pursue it?
If you’re tired of the status quo—if you suspect there’s more to Christianity than what you’ve experienced—John Ortberg invites you to join him on a road to transformation and spiritual vigor that anyone can take. Cultivate new intimacy and confidence in prayer. Discover the freedom of secrecy. Taste the benefits of slowing life’s frenetic pace. Learn how to be guided by the Holy Spirit … and much more.
As in a marathon, the secret lies not in trying hard, but in training consistently. Proven by followers of Jesus over the centuries, the spiritual disciplines are exercises that strengthen your endurance race on the road to growth.
It’s Morphing Time (16:30)
Slowing Down and Celebrating (16:00)
Praying and Confessing (16:30)
Meditating on Scripture and Seeking Guidance (13:30)
Practicing Servanthood, Finding Freedom (15:00)
Going the Distance with a Well-Ordered Heart (17:30)
Should you take the time to visit customers and suppliers in person? Absolutely.
Who makes the best accountant? A pessimist.
What do you do with a good employee who is a jerk? Fire him!
Whether you are a young company that’s just starting out or a mature business looking to grow, Bob pritchett’s hands-on advice and practical examples are a must-read for every manager, business owner, and entrepreneur.
Inside this book, you will not find Thirteen Incontrovertible Laws of Excellence. You won’t find motivational clichés to frame and put on your desk. And there are no step-by-step instructions for writing a business plan.
Instead, in Fire Someone Today, you’ll read what Pritchett has discovered through his years of experience as an entrepreneur and small business owner. It is a book about what to do, what not to do, and why. For your business, it could be that one piece of advice that makes all the difference . . . and even give you a few laughs along the way.
“A year’s worth of lunches with someone who has been way down the road and taken a lot of lumps.” ?Guy Kawasaki, Author, The Art of the Start
“Made you think! And that’s more than you can hope for from the typical business book, that’s for sure. Everyone who manages anyone needs to think about the stuff inside.” ?Seth Godin, Author, All Marketers are Liars
“Bob Pritchett has written a classic for anyone running or starting up a small to mid-sized business. There’s compelling information on every page.” ?Pat Williams, Senior Vice President, Orlando Magic
“Fire Someone Today is a breakthrough for those of us who hate wading through theoretical business books.” ?Kevin Cable, Cofounder, Cascadia Capital
There are many different types of leaders—leaders in the business world, in government, in the home, and in the local church. Sadly, many times leadership has been completely contrary to what the Bible teaches.
Many leaders are focused on what they can get from their positions of authority rather than on what they can give to the works in which they are involved. While some view it as a tool for popularity and power, leadership is a privilege. Leadership requires responsibility.
Biblical Leadership teaches biblical leaders how to be people of integrity and humility—leaders who are willing to be different.
This classic Puritan work, John Flavel, is a discourse upon Proverbs 4:23, “Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.” Flavel intended this treatise for the specific purpose of illuming, healing, and guarding the heart. He had a strong conviction, that saints should be marked by their holiness, therefore matters of the heart were of the utmost importance in the Christian life.
Includes linked Table of Contents, NCX, and footnotes.
One of the most beautifully diverse, whimsically illustrated storybook Bibles available today, introducing children to important ideas and unique characters of the Bible while clearly showing how everything fits together to tell one big story—the story of God’s love for his children.
The Tiny Truths Illustrated Bible presents many of your favorite stories from Scripture alongside refreshingly diverse character illustrations that depict what people in Bible times more accurately looked like. This Bible also includes non-traditional stories that are typically excluded from most children’s illustrated Bibles.
With stories from both the Old and New Testaments, The Tiny Truths Illustrated Bible starts at the very beginning with the magnificence of creation, includes Moses parting the Red Sea, the spies in the promised land, King Solomon and Queen Sheba, Jonah being swallowed by a giant fish, and the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
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: The Limitations of Theological Truth: Why Christians Have the Same Bible but Different Theologies by Nigel Bush vs. The Doctrines That Divide: A Fresh Look at the Historic Doctrines That Separate Christians by Erwin Lutzer
Intervarsity Press: From Jerusalem to Timbuktu: A World Tour of the Spread of Christianity by Brian C. Stiller vs. Western Christians in Global Mission: What’s the Role of the North American Church? by Paul Borthwick
New Leaf: The Christ by Carroll Roberson vs. 365 Fascinating Facts about Jesus by Robert Strand
Good Book Company: Remaking a Broken World: The Heart of the Bible Story by Christopher Ash vs. Life in the Wild: Fighting For Faith in a Fallen World by Dan DeWitt
Christian Focus: Luther and His Katie: The Influence of Luther’s Wife on his Ministry by Dolina MacCuish vs. Martin Luther: The Man who Started the Reformation by Thomas Lindsay
Moody Publishers: Kids Say the Wisest Things: 26 Lessons You Didn’t Know Children Could Teach You by Jon Gauger vs. 8 Simple Tools for Raising Great Kids by Dr. Todd Cartmell
Reformation Heritage: Seasons of the Heart: A Year of Devotions from One Generation of Women to Another by Donna Kelderman vs. Never Enough: Confronting Lies About Appearance by Sarah Ivill