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Publisher: Literary Symmetry
What if you could reboot everything you know about sex so that it mirrored what the Bible teaches? Whether you’re married or single, you can, and this book will tell you how.
Who this book is for:
Anyone who wants to know what the bible says about culturally taboo topics like masturbation, pornography, sex, same-sex attraction, consent, singleness, marriage, and submission.
Those who have been looking for a practical guide on how to find freedom from sexual sin (includes guides on how to overcome common triggers).
What this book isn’t:
A guide on how to have better sex.
An exposé on any part of the Spencer’s private sex-life.
After years of struggling to understand the seemingly elusive concept of sexual purity, Travis and Kristin Spencer realized there was a better way. Through raw and transparent conversations, time spent studying what the Bible really says about sexuality, and determined discipline, they were able to reboot their sexual identities, and finally leave their destructive sexual habits in the past.
But what does it mean to have a sexual identity based on Christ? Take a journey with the Spencers through the attributes of Jesus Christ and how these characteristics apply to sexuality to find out.
God promises to finish the good work he began in us―but that doesn’t come without bumps in the road. Life can be hard, faith can wane, and distractions abound. Too many today are at risk of compromising their integrity or giving up on their faith. How can we persevere to the end?
Trillia Newbell, a fellow struggler on the journey, offers encouragement and hope for us to run the race well. While life may be full of challenges, we have true and real hope in Jesus, who provides us with what we need to endure through pain and doubt. Newbell shares theological insights and practical disciplines to train us for faithful, godly living over the long haul.
The race is hard, but you are not running it alone. Find strength and courage here to endure and finish well.
Sometimes you get tired, doing this thing we call justice. Making the case, fighting the fight, having to explain again and again why it matters. You feel burned out or disillusioned. Sometimes you just need a word from the Lord.
In these daily devotions, Donna Barber offers life-giving words of renewal and hope for those engaged in the resistance to injustice. When you face adversity, you can take courage. When you grapple with discouragement, you can find hope. When your legs are tired from marching and your knees are bruised from kneeling, you can experience rest and healing.
Find here bread for the resistance.
A culinary concoction of taking chances and finding love in the most delectable places
Food writer-turned-restaurateur Juliette D’Alisa has more than enough on her plate. While her trip to Provence might have unlocked new answers to her grandmother’s past, it’s also provided new complications in the form of Neil McLaren, the man she can’t give up.
Juliette and Neil find romance simple as they travel through Provence and Tuscany together, but life back home presents a different set of challenges. Juliette has a restaurant to open, a mother combating serious illness, and a family legacy of secrets to untangle – how does Neil, living so far away in Memphis, fit into to her life?
As she confronts an uncertain future, Juliette can’t help but wish that life could be as straightforward as her chocolate chip cookie recipe. Can her French grandmother’s letters from the 1940’s provide wisdom to guide her present? Or will every new insight create a fresh batch of mysteries?
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books from GLH Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Many writers have explored Lincoln’s leadership; others have debated Lincoln’s ambiguous religious identity. But in this classic work, Christian philosopher and statesman Elton Trueblood reveals how Lincoln’s leadership skills flowed directly from his religious convictions—which explains how the president was able to combine what few leaders can hold together: moral resoluteness with a shrewd ability to compromise; confidence in his cause while refusing to succumb to the traps of self-righteousness or triumphalism; and a commitment to victory while never losing sight of his responsibility for—or the humanity of—his enemy. These rich meditations offer deep wisdom and insight on one of the most effective leaders of all time.
Thomas Goodwin (1600–1680) was a faithful pastor, Westminster divine, advisor to Oliver Cromwell, and president of Magdalen College, Oxford. In this book, Joel R. Beeke and Mark Jones acquaint the reader with Goodwin through an informative biographical introduction. The remainder of the book, 35 selections from across the works of Goodwin, displays Goodwin’s constant attention to Christ in his various theological engagements. You will learn much about the life and works of this influential Puritan, and perhaps, be strengthened with a habitual sight of Christ.
“Christology lay at the very heart of the best of Reformed Orthodox theology and practice. In this short book, the reader is not only introduced to a brilliant Puritan theologian but also to the very center of his vital Christian piety. I hope this book introduces the writings of Goodwin to a new generation.” – Carl Trueman
“In the long line of distinguished Puritans known as the ‘Spiritual Brotherhood,’ Thomas Goodwin had a formative impact on a host of contemporaries, including John Owen. On many a day while writing my doctoral dissertation on Goodwin, I found myself overwhelmed with emotion as well as penetrating insight as this servant of God set Christ forth in His saving office. Thomas Goodwin’s work defies any tidy division between doctrine and doxology.” – Mike Horton