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Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $2.99 (Nov 8-9)
Pornography is powerful. Our contemporary culture as been pornified, and it shapes our assumptions about identity, sexuality, the value of women and the nature of relationships. Countless Christian men struggle with the addictive power of porn. But common spiritual approaches of more prayer and accountability groups are often of limited help.
In this book neuroscientist and researcher William Struthers explains how pornography affects the male brain and what we can do about it. Because we are embodied beings, viewing pornography changes how the brain works, how we form memories and make attachments. By better understanding the biological realities of our sexual development, we can cultivate healthier sexual perspectives and interpersonal relationships. Struthers exposes false assumptions and casts a vision for a redeemed masculinity, showing how our sexual longings can actually propel us toward sanctification and holiness in our bodies.
With insights for both married and single men alike, this book offers hope for freedom from pornography.
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Nov 8-9)
(Foreword by John MacArthur) An interactive guide to passionate preaching through spiritual power, conviction, compassion, authority, urgency, brokenness, your whole being, and imagination.
Ripped from yesterday’s, today’s, and tomorrow’s headlines.
“Destined to be another best seller for Terry Toler.”
In a secret room somewhere on Mercury, the Eliminati controls all of the governmental and societal structure. The six evil men decide who lives and who dies in the form of protocols, issued to suppress speech, freedom of religion, freedom of movement, and the elimination of every threat to their power.
At Revelation Church, Gohn, a lowly pastor, seemingly powerless, begins to see visions and dream dreams. God reveals to him what is happening in the end times and he’s called to resist the protocols and reveal the truth behind the Eliminati and the threat to the world.
Will he succeed or will evil prevail?
Book Six of The Eden Stories will captivate you and then bring you to tears. More importantly, you’ll be inspired.
“A much-needed manual for all who attempt to counsel troubled souls battling despair.”
—Bob Russell, Retired Senior Pastor, Southeast Christian Church
Every single day, someone you know is thinking about committing suicide. It isn’t just one or two—ten million Americans will consider killing themselves in the upcoming year. Dr. Matthew Sleeth believes Christians—and our churches—should be the first to offer hope. Are we prepared to do so?
As a physician and minister, Dr. Sleeth shares his personal and professional experiences with depression and suicide, challenging Christians to become part of the solution. With sound medical principles finding their rightful place beside timeless biblical wisdom, Hope Always offers the practical and spiritual tools that individuals, families, and churches need to help loved ones who are stressed and struggling.
In this grab bag, we have 6 devotional e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
“Kwon and Thompson’s eloquent reasoning will help Christians broaden their understanding of the contemporary conversation over reparations.”–Publishers Weekly
“A thoughtful approach to a vital topic.”–Library Journal
Christians are awakening to the legacy of racism in America like never before. While public conversations regarding the realities of racial division and inequalities have surged in recent years, so has the public outcry to work toward the long-awaited healing of these wounds. But American Christianity, with its tendency to view the ministry of reconciliation as its sole response to racial injustice, and its isolation from those who labor most diligently to address these things, is underequipped to offer solutions. Because of this, the church needs a new perspective on its responsibility for the deep racial brokenness at the heart of American culture and on what it can do to repair that brokenness.