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This dramatic retelling of the gospel illuminates the unique role we can play in the amazing story God is telling.
Sure, good things happen, sometimes beautiful things. But tragic things happen too. What does it mean? We find ourselves in the middle of a story that is sometimes wonderful, sometimes awful, usually a confusing mixture of both, and we haven’t a clue how to make sense of it all. No wonder we keep losing heart.
We need to know the rest of the story.
For when we were born, we were born into the midst of a great story begun before the dawn of time. A story of adventure, of risk and loss, heroism . . . and betrayal. A story where good is warring against evil, danger lurks around every corner, and glorious deeds wait to be done. Think of all those stories you’ve ever loved. There’s a reason they stirred your heart. They’ve been trying to tell you about the true Epic ever since you were young.
There is a larger story and you have a crucial role to play.
“This librarian has been on a quest for 20 years to find junk-free reading for his children.” Here you will find over 500 wholesome, fun and educational books for your kids!
511 picture books and children’s novels are recommended. 412 of these titles are annotated. Special book lists include gift recommendations for every age child and books that teach life lessons about hard work, laziness, selfishness, generosity, honesty, serving others, being yourself, perseverance, sacrifice, faith, consequences, judging by outward appearance, and much more.
Perfect for parents, grandparents, teachers, and book lovers everywhere!
“So what are you?”
Chandra Crane knows what it’s like to get that question. She has a Thai birth father, a European American mother, and an African American father who adopted her when she was five. With this mixed multiethnic and multicultural background, she has keenly felt the otherness of never quite fitting in. Where do people of mixed ethnicity belong?
Those of us with multiethnic backgrounds may have pain surrounding our mixed heritage. But we also have the privilege and potential to serve the Lord through our unique experiences. Crane explores what Scripture and history teach us about ethnicity and how we can bring all of ourselves to our sense of identity and calling.
Discover the fullness of who you are. Find out how your mixed identity can be a blessing to yourself and to the world around you.
Lamar Hardwick was thirty-six years old when he found out he was on the autism spectrum. While this revelation helped him understand and process his own experience, it also prompted a difficult re-evaluation of who he was as a person. And as a pastor, it started him on a new path of considering the way disabled people are treated in the church.
Disability and the Church is a practical and theological reconsideration of the church’s responsibilities to the disabled community. Too often disabled persons are pushed away from the church or made to feel unwelcome in any number of ways. As Hardwick writes, “This should not be.” He insists that the good news of Jesus affirms God’s image in all people, and he offers practical steps and strategies to build stronger, truly inclusive communities of faith.
In this grab bag, we have 12 e-books from the American Society of Missiology Monograph series which were published by Pickwick Publications. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook 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.
Kregel: The Mentoring Church by Phil A. Newton vs. Developing Leaders for the Small Church: A Guide to Spiritual Transformation for the Church Board by Glenn C. Daman
Intervarsity Press: Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep by Tish Harrison Warren vs. The 1662 Book of Common Prayer: International Edition by Samuel Bray
Reformation Heritage: The Wholesome Doctrine of the Gospel: Faith and Love in the Writings of William Perkins by William Perkins vs. Sweetly Set on God: The Piety of David Brainerd by Dustin W. Benge
Good Book Company: 1 Peter For You: Offering Real Joy on our Journey Through this World (God’s Word For You) by Juan Sanchez vs. Colossians & Philemon For You: Rooting you in Christian confidence (God’s Word For You) by Mark Meynell
Crossway: God on the Brain: What Cognitive Science Does (and Does Not) Tell Us about Faith, Human Nature, and the Divine by Brad Sickler vs. Conscience: What It Is, How to Train It, and Loving Those Who Differ by Andrew David Naselli & J. D. Crowley
Christian Focus: The Manhood Journey: Setting a Course for Godly Fatherhood by Kent Evans vs. Redeeming Warriors: Veteran Suicide, Grieving, and the Fight for Faith by Joshua D. Holler
David C. Cook: Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples by Francis Chan vs. Erasing Hell: What God Said about Eternity, and the Things We’ve Made Up by Francis Chan