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Titus uncovers a plot to attack the nation’s capital with chemical weapons.
Can he convince a Syrian asset to help him stop the deadly attack?
Encountering a shooter . . .
CIA officer Titus Ray arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the incident is connected to a Hezbollah plot to use chemical weapons on an American city, Titus jeopardizes his own career to interrogate the killer and learn the truth.
Exposing a General. . .
After the shooter reveals the identity of an Iranian deep-cover operative living in Washington, D.C., Titus embarks on an intelligence operation spanning two continents and exposing an Iranian general obsessed with destroying America.
Engaging an enemy . . .
As time runs out, Titus engages the enemy in a treacherous game of cat and mouse to save the lives of thousands and defeat the terrorists.
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99 (Oct 22-23)
For the First Time in English, a Foundational Work of One of the Church’s Most Important Theologians
As some point in life, we all wonder: Who am I? What is the world, and what is my place within it? Only Christianity offers answers to these questions in a way that meets our truest needs and satisfies our deepest longings.
In this important book, translated into English for the first time, Herman Bavinck provides a framework for understanding why the Christian worldview is the only solution to the discord we feel between ourselves, the world, and God.
What will you do when the unthinkable happens?
Her parents called her Lenya Lion because of her ferocious personality and hair that had been wild and mane-like since birth. But they never expected that, five days before Christmas, their five-year-old daughter would suddenly go to heaven after an asthma attack. How do you walk out of the ER without your daughter?
More a manifesto for high-octane living than a manual for grieving, Through the Eyes of a Lion will help you turn your journey into a “roar story” by guiding you to
look past what you can see with the naked eye
survive Saturday–the space between promise and fulfillment
let God turn your pain into a microphone
cue the eagle and run toward the roar
Whether you’re currently facing adversity or want to prepare yourself for inevitable hardship, it’s time to look at the adventure of your life through Jesus’ eyes–the eyes of a Lion.
What does it mean to be a Christian? What did Jesus mean when He said, “Follow me”?
Based on his classic bestseller, The Gospel According to Jesus, pastor and author John MacArthur explores the gospel Jesus himself preached–the radical message his followers risked everything to live out. Only Jesus helps readers gain a thorough and proper understanding of the true way to salvation by examining questions like these:
What does it mean to be saved?
What is saving grace?
Why do Christians call Jesus “Lord”?
Why does the Cross matter?
What does it mean to be born again?
What did Jesus teach about eternal life?
What do “sin” and “repentance” mean?
What is the role of the Holy Spirit in salvation?
Only Jesus is perfect for Christians who want a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ or seekers who want to know who Jesus is and what he taught. John MacArthur will guide you in discovering how Jesus’ actual words and teachings call us to salvation and new life through the power of the Holy Spirit. Drastic changes will result in our hearts and lives when we truly answer Christ’s call to discipleship.
The best-selling author of Never Unfriended opens up about midlife and what it feels like to have outgrown those teenage jeans—but finally grown into the shape of our souls.
“I want to give Lisa-Jo’s book a standing ovation.”—Aarti Sequeira, chef and TV personality
Do you ever wonder how you woke up one day with all the responsibilities of a grown-up who secretly enjoys buying groceries in bulk, can no longer recognize the tween celebrities on the magazines at checkout, but is still surprised when a Starbucks barista calls you “ma’am”—because your inside self is frozen in time to about twenty years ago?
So does Lisa-Jo Baker.
In these intimate reflections on midlife, Lisa-Jo invites us to get a good look at our middles and gives us permission to embrace them—beyond what the media, the mirror, or the magazines say. Through gutsy, beautiful storytelling, she admits out loud what most of us are thinking about marriage, parenting, the bathroom scale, and how badly we all want to buy those matching Magnolia Market mugs.
How do we overcome what we are being overcome by–whether depression, anxiety, overeating, a negative view of ourselves or any other stronghold–in order to experience the freedom that is available to us in Christ?
When the pressures of life become overwhelming, we often find ourselves turning to food, shopping, alcohol, television or whatever our “counterfeit” might be in search of the relief, release and peace we are longing for. These choices are not necessarily bad, but the satisfaction is merely temporary. Before we know it, we can find ourselves enslaved by addictive and destructive behaviors, but there is a way out.
With grace and warmth, author Robia Scott shows how true healing and lasting satisfaction can be found only as we learn to transfer our dependence from counterfeit comforts onto our one true Comforter: the Holy Spirit. Drawing from the experience of battling her own counterfeits–primarily her tumultuous relationship with food and obsession with dieting, weight and body image–Robia leads you step by step through the process of transformation. It is through learning how to experience and connect with the Person, the presence and the power of God that we discover who we truly are, and acquire freedom to live the life of purpose that we were created for.
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: Elders in Congregational Life: Rediscovering the Biblical Model for Church Leadership by Phil A. Newton vs. Confirming the Pastoral Call: A Guide to Matching Candidates and Congregations by Joseph L. Umidi
Intervarsity Press: Baptism: Three Views (Spectrum Multiview Book Series) by David F. Wright vs. Predestination & Free Will: Four Views of Divine Sovereignty and Human Freedom
Cruciform Press: A World Upside Down: Four Essays on the Life and Theology of Martin Luther by Charles Fry vs. Knowable Word: Helping Ordinary People Learn to Study the Bible by Peter Krol
Good Book Company: Tricky: The hardest questions to ask about Christianity (and some answers) by Michael Dormandy & Carl Laferton vs. If You Could Ask God One Question by Paul Williams & Barry Cooper
Crossway: Did Adam and Eve Really Exist?: Who They Were and Why You Should Care by C. John Collins vs. Interpreting Eden: A Guide to Faithfully Reading and Understanding Genesis 1-3 by Vern S. Poythress
Christian Focus: Christian’s Pocket Guide to How God Preserved the Bible by Richard Brash vs. How the Bible Can Change Your Life: Answers to the Ten Most Common Questions about the Bible by Josh Moody