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Publisher: Phaneros Press
Price: $0.99 (June 18-20)
Over the last 100 years, scientists in various fields have persuasively argued that the Earth was formed by evolutionary processes operating over long periods of time. How is a Christian to reconcile these ideas with the Genesis creation account? Doesn’t the Bible teach that God spoke the Earth into existence fully formed just 6,000 years ago?
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Price: $2.99 (June 18-19)
For a Marriage That Brims Over
Maybe you entered marriage with some pretty high expectations—most couples do. Jonathan and Wynter Pitts did. Until the reality of married life spilled into their expectations.
Jonathan and Wynter invite you on a journey to explore a different approach to your happily-ever-after marriage. Join them for an honest look at the lessons learned as they navigated the ups and downs of early marriage while raising four daughters.
Here you will…
be encouraged to remove the pressure of a keeping-up-with-the-Joneses marriage
learn to let go of assumptions and embrace your role as servant-leader to your spouse
experience how God can pour His purpose, passion, and fullness into your relationship
Emptied is a way of life. It’s not about trying harder, it’s about thinking differently. Only when you are emptied of your own self-focused motivations can God pour new life into you for the abundant marriage and satisfying relationship you long for. Are you ready to approach your marriage poured out, ready to be filled up?
The saving message of the Gospel is the heartbeat of this preacher and evangelist. Millions around the world heard Billy Graham proclaim this unchanging truth. He never forgot the transformation of his own life, when he first said yes to God’s gift of salvation, and he witnessed multitudes turn their hearts to the God of Hope.
What is the most hopeful word in History? For Billy Graham, that word is SALVATION.
Billy Graham proclaimed God’s Gospel with resolve and deep compassion. It is a message he preached for more than seventy years. And in this book you will sense its urgency, filled with hope for the future.
Salvation is what we all long for, when we are lost or in danger or have made a mess of our lives. And salvation belongs to us, when we reach out for the only One who can rescue us—Jesus.
The Reason for My Hope: Salvation presents the essence of that transformative message. It is biblical and timeless, and though simple and direct, it is far from easy. There are hard words, prophetic words, directed toward a culture that denies the reality of sin and distracts us from the veracity of Hell. But through its ominous warnings shines a light that cannot be extinguished—a beacon of hope that Jesus came “to seek and to save that which was lost” (Luke 19:10).
In this grab bag, we have 11 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Here is a freshly updated edition of one of the most popular introductions to the history and literature of the Old Testament. The Old Testament Speaks offers a clear picture of the archaeological, geographical, historical, and linguistic dimensions of God’s covenant with his people from the time of Abraham to the coming of the Messiah. The Old Testament Speaks examines the historical and religious life of the Hebrews, integrates the development of non-Hebraic cultures with conventional biblical history, and reviews the best modern scholarly research in placing the Scriptures in their Near Eastern setting.
Samuel J. Schultz emphasizes the importance of letting the Scriptures tell their own stories. He makes selective use of the best and latest literature in Old Testament studies and offers a balanced perspective. Schultz sifts the facts and follows them to their inevitable conclusions. However, when the evidence is not definitive, he exercises caution, presenting his own interpretation as only one of several possible views. Schultz also appraises the impact of recent archaeological and historical findings on the understanding of key portions of the Old Testament.
The Old Testament Speaks contains all the relevant material — biblical and nonbiblical — necessary for classroom use or personal study of the Old Testament. Schultz provides outlines that reflect the historical background and summarize the contents of each biblical book, as well as charts and maps to help visualize the biblical narrative. He has also revised and updated the bibliographies at the end of each chapter.
2014 Readers’ Choice Awards Honorable Mention
“Look who gained the freshman fifteen,” a family member teased when I returned home after a few months of college. . . .
When I heard the words my mind decoded it like this: You. Are. Fat. Fat was not good. No, fat was bad. I would not be fat.
I stood in front of the full-length mirror in my dorm room and inspected the extra parts. These extra parts needed fixing―my stomach, my thighs, and those cheeks that were round and puffy, like two big apples on the side of my face. I would fix this. Fixing was my forte.
These were the thoughts that plagued Lee Blum during her teens and into her twenties. They drove her to an eating disorder and exercise addiction. Eventually, she found herself hospitalized with clinical depression.
But that’s not the end of the story: drawing strength from psychological, physiological, and spiritual sources, she found her voice again. If you or someone you love has been at this dark table, you will find her story enlightening and encouraging.
The 2014 Christianity Today Book Award Winner (Christian Living)
Food is the source of endless angst and anxiety. We struggle with obesity and eating disorders. Reports of agricultural horror stories give us worries about whether our food is healthy, nutritious, or justly produced. It’s hard to know if our food is really good for us or for society. Our relationship with food is complicated, to say the least.
But God intended for us to delight in our food. Rachel Stone calls us to rediscover joyful eating by receiving food as God’s good gift of provision and care for us. She shows us how God intends for us to relate to him and each other through food, and how our meals can become expressions of generosity, community, and love of neighbor. Eating together can bring healing to those with eating disorders, and we can make wise choices for sustainable agriculture. Ultimately, redemptive eating is a sacramental act of culture making through which we gratefully herald the feast of the kingdom of God.
Filled with practical insights and some tasty recipes, this book provides a Christian journey into the delight of eating. Come to the table, partake of the Bread of Life―and eat with joy.
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: What Do I Say to a Friend Who’s Gay? by Emily Parke Chase vs. Out: One Christian’s Experience of Leaving the Gay Community by Bob Fife
Intervarsity Press: What’s So Funny About God?: A Theological Look at Humor by Steve Wilkens vs. Coffee with Jesus by David Wilkie
Good Book Company: Be True to Yourself: Why it Doesn’t Mean What you Think it Does by Matt Fuller vs. Sipping Saltwater: How to find Lasting Satisfaction in a World of Thirst (Live Different) by Steve Hoppe
Harvest House: 52 Weeks Through the Psalms Devotional: A One-Year Journey of Prayer and Praise by James Merritt vs. 52 Weeks Through the Bible Devotional: Fall in Love with the Book That Changed Everything by James Merritt
Christian Focus: Pressing On, Finishing Well: Learning from Seven Biblical Characters by Michael Black vs. A Faith to Live By: Understanding Christian Doctrine by Donald Macleod