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Price: $2.99 (May 13-14)
“Good books on preaching are many. Great ones are few. I regard this one among the great.”
—Robert W. Yarbrough, Professor of New Testament, Covenant Theological Seminary
Expository preaching has been on the rise over the last five decades, with more and more pastors preaching carefully from the Scriptures. However, not all pastors make it their aim to preach through whole books of the Bible, let alone to preach the entire Bible to their congregations. But the people of God need the whole counsel of God to grow to full maturity in Christ. Authors Tim Patrick and Andrew Reid present the bold case for whole-Bible preaching and supply the necessary tools so that all pastors can progress toward this goal.
I Am helps women end the barrage of negative self-talk and replace it with an empowering new narrative. You’ll exchange lies for truth, insecurity for a rock-solid identity, and break free from the distorted messages that have held you hostage for too long.
From the moment a woman wakes until she falls, exhausted, on her pillow, one question plagues her at every turn: Am I enough?
The pressure to do more, be more has never been more intense. Online marketing. Self-help books. Movies, magazines, and gym memberships. Even church attendance and social media streams have become a means of comparing ourselves to impossible standards. Am I pretty enough? Hip enough? Spiritual enough?
We fear the answer is “No.”
When a brutal bout with cancer changed how she looked, talked, and lived, Michele Cushatt embarked on a soul-deep journey to rediscover herself. The typical self-esteem strategies and positivity plans weren’t enough. Instead, she needed a new foundation, one that wouldn’t prove flimsy when faced with the onslaught of day-to-day life.
Meant for Good is a power-packed, biblical look at the truth that you really can trust God’s plan for your life–no matter what your life looks like right now. Dynamic Bible teacher Megan Fate Marshman will help you discover how to stop discounting yourself from a hopeful future, start living in active dependence on God, and find your way to the good plan He has for you.
With authenticity and revelatory insights into the character of God, Megan shares an engaging and fresh look at the core themes within the well-loved scripture of Jeremiah 29:11-14. Through winsome and inspiring stories, Meant for Good will show you how to trust God in your daily life and, more importantly, how to trust God’s definition of good above your own.
You will discover:
That your not-enoughness is exactly enough for God, and that in fact, you have everything you need to take that first step into the life God has for you.
How to stop counting yourself out, because Jesus never has. God is up to something really good, and He’s inviting you to join Him.
How to hear and respond to God’s voice, and intentionally grow a personal, intimate relationship with Him.
How to defeat anxiety, trust God with all you’re carrying and worrying about, and experience a life of freedom in relying on God daily.
God has a good plan for you–a plan to give you a hope and a future. Are you ready to believe it?
Learn to Delight in God and in His Good Gifts
Pumpkin crunch cake. Game night with friends. Jazz music. Baseball. These are good gifts—and potential threats to the worship of God.
At the heart of the Christian life is a tension between the supremacy of God over all things and the enjoyment of all things for his sake. In this short book, Joe Rigney offers a biblical vision for enjoying God in everything and enjoying everything in God. God’s gifts are invitations to know and enjoy him more deeply, and as this truth is impressed upon our hearts, we will discover that the things of earth grow strangely bright in the light of his glory and grace.
Co-Winner of the 2016 Christianity Today Book Award in the Christian Living & Discipleship Category
The world is full of good things.
Ice-cold lemonade. The laughter of children. College football. Scrambled eggs and crispy bacon. But what happens to these earthly pleasures when Jesus shows up? Do the things of earth grow strangely dim? Or does he shine in all that’s fair?
In this book, Joe Rigney offers a breath of fresh air to Christians who are burdened by false standards, impossible expectations, and misguided notions of holiness. Steering a middle course between idolatry on the one hand and ingratitude on the other, this much-needed book reminds us that every good gift comes from the Father’s hand, that God’s blessings should drive us to worship and generosity, and that a passion for God’s glory is as wide as the world.
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books from Intervarsity Press. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
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.
Intervarsity Press: An Impossible Marriage: What Our Mixed-Orientation Marriage Has Taught Us About Love and the Gospel by Laurie Krieg & Matt Krieg vs. Blessed Are the Nones: Mixed-Faith Marriage and My Search for Spiritual Community by Stina Kielsmeier-Cook
Good Book Company: Rock Solid: 12 Gospel Truths to Live By vs. Delighting in the Trinity: Why Father, Son, and Spirit are Good News by Tim Chester
Crossway: Discovering the Good Life: The Surprising Riches Available in Christ by Tim Savage vs. Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper
Christian Focus: The Grand Design: Male and Female He Made Them by Owen Strachan & Gavin Peacock vs. What Does the Bible Teach about Homosexuality?: A Short Book on Biblical Sexuality by Gavin Peacock & Owen Strachan
David C. Cook: Come and See: Everything You Ever Wanted in the One Place You Would Never Look by Todd Wagner vs. Poets and Saints: Eternal Insight. Extravagant Love. Ordinary People. by Jamie George