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Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $2.99 (Jan 24-25)
Something is not right. The witness of the church in North America is eroding. Many Christians are alarmed by the decline in church attendance and seek a culprit. Too often, we point the finger away from the church, make culture the enemy, and build walls between us and others. But our antagonism and enemy-making are toxins that further eat away at our witness. Is there a better way?
Tara Beth Leach could easily be one of those millennials giving up on the church. Instead, she is a pastor who loves the church and is paradoxically hopeful for its future. In an era where the church has lost much of its credibility, Leach casts a radiant vision for Christians to rediscover a robust, attractive witness. We need to name the toxic soil we’ve grown in, repent for past wrongs, and lean into a better way to become the church that Jesus proclaimed we would be.
Leach casts down idolatrous false images of God to recover a winsome picture of a kingdom of abundance and goodness. We can be sustained by practices that will tune our hearts to God’s and form us into the radiant communities God intends for us and those around us.
You are not alone.
The One Who died for you is fighting for you.
Without a trace of condemnation, these pages pierce the darkness enshrouding the despairing heart, convinced that suicide is the only way out. If the driving force tempting you with suicide is financial ruin, stress and pressures of our times, betrayal or broken relationships, grief and loss, failure, addiction—a heart so wounded from emotional pain and mental anguish—the door of hope has been unlocked for you.
Grounded in personal experience of having been crushed in the jaws of suicide temptation, the author compassionately connects with the brokenhearted who feel they cannot go on by drawing a bridge to hope that will not break. For those who are sinking in a deep hole of depression, unable to see a light at the end of the tunnel and ready to give up, a new and fresh perspective presents a better way out than suicide.
Women are an essential element in church history. Just as Deborah, Esther, and the New Testament Marys helped shape Bible history, so the women of the Reformed church have helped to make its history great. In Reformation Women, Rebecca Vandoodewaard introduces readers to twelve sixteenth-century women who are not as well known today as contemporaries like Katie Luther and Lady Jane Grey. Providing an example to Christians today of strong service to Christ and His church, these influential, godly women were devoted to Reformation truth, in many cases provided support for their husbands, practiced hospitality, and stewarded their intellectual abilities. Their strength and bravery will inspire you, and your understanding of church history will become richer as you learn how God used them to further the Reformation through their work and influence.
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Jan 24-25)
The extraordinary true story of a Christian mother’s struggle to keep her family faithful to God during the enormous pressures and alluring charisma of Hitler’s early regime. This is a powerful example for parents fighting to raise Christian kids in a post-Christian culture.
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 on spiritual growth. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
We know about the Bible. We may know some Bible stories, or maybe we’ve even read large portions for ourselves. But what it’s really all about? How do all the different pieces fit together?
Without a sense of the big story the Bible is telling, we’ll miss out on the good news God has for us. In The 30-Minute Bible, experienced Bible teachers Craig Bartholomew and Paige Vanosky present the story of Scripture in thirty short readings, each designed to take about half an hour. Each includes a passage from the Bible and a short chapter explaining how the passage fits into the Bible’s wider narrative. Written in straightforward and clear language, the readings are accompanied by Brother Martin Erspamer’s lovely illustrations.
Discover the timeless story of the Bible―in thirty minutes a day for thirty days.