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Discover a different way of seeing and responding to the Coronavirus pandemic, an approach drawing on Scripture, Christian history, and the way of living, thinking, and praying revealed to us by Jesus.
What are we supposed to think about the Coronavirus crisis?
Some people think they know: “This is a sign of the End,” they say. “It’s all predicted in the book of Revelation.”
Others disagree but are equally clear: “This is a call to repent. God is judging the world and through this disease he’s telling us to change.”
Some join in the chorus of blame and condemnation: “It’s the fault of the Chinese, the government, the World Health Organization…”
N. T. Wright examines these reactions to the virus and finds them wanting. Instead, he shows that a careful reading of the Bible and Christian history offers simple though profound answers to our many questions, including:
Publisher: Cruciform Press
Price: $2.99 (Aug 11-12)
Street-level apologetics for everyday Christians.
Because faith in Jesus makes sense. And you don’t need an advanced degree to understand why.
This book was written for two reasons.
First, too many people think believing in Christianity means blind faith, against all evidence, the way a child believes in Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Second, every few years a new book intended to undermine Christianity becomes a best seller and shakes the faith of many. Yet the arguments in these books are rarely compelling.
Jesus likened faith in God to a house built on a foundation. If built on sand, storms of doubt will tear the house apart. But if we build on a solid foundation, we will stand. In these pages, Joe Coffey inspects our foundation — so we can know why we believe, and so we can speak of our faith to others with greater confidence and clarity.
Jesus’ famous parable of the prodigal son is loved by Christians and non-Christians alike. It is a message of all-inclusive love that has touched the hearts of millions for generations. What was Jesus teaching in this parable 2000 years ago? Whom was he trying to reach? Does the parable still speak to the Church today? This book digs deep into Luke chapter 15 to learn what the Church has lost: the ministry of Jesus was to seek and to save the lost and now calls the Church to the same ministry.
Discussion questions are the end of each chapter that can be engaged individually or in a group. These questions are designed to see yourself and your church in the stories of Jesus and encourages you to take the ministry of Jesus into your community.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books on personal and spiritual growth. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
What Wild at Heart does for men, Captivating does for women: Setting their hearts free. This groundbreaking book helps readers by:
Providing a look into the glorious design of women.
Describing how the feminine heart can be restored.
Casting a vision for the power, freedom, and beauty of a woman released to be all she was meant to be.
Healing the trauma of the past.
The message of Captivating is this: Your heart matters more than anything else in all creation. The desires you had as a little girl and the longings you still feel as a woman are telling you of the life God created you to live. He offers to come now as the Hero of your story, to rescue your heart and release you to live as a fully alive and feminine woman. A woman who is truly captivating.