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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: Preaching with Variety: How to Re-create the Dynamics of Biblical Genres (Preaching With Series) by Jeffrey Arthurs vs. Preaching with Accuracy: Finding Christ-Centered Big Ideas for Biblical Preaching by Randal E. Pelton
Intervarsity Press: Connecting with Muslims: A Guide to Communicating Effectively by Fouad Masri vs. Cross and Crescent: Responding to the Challenges of Islam by Colin Chapman
Reformation Heritage: Teaching Predestination: Elnathan Parr and Pastoral Ministry in Early Stuart England by David H. Kranendonk vs. The Spiritual Brotherhood: Cambridge Puritans and the Nature of Christian Piety by Paul R. Schaefer Jr.
New Leaf: Genesis Flood Revisited by Andrew A. Snelling vs. How Many Animals Were on the Ark? by Craig Froman
Good Book Company: Mark For You: For Reading, for Feeding, for Leading (God’s Word For You) by Jason Meyer vs. Hebrews For You: Giving You an Anchor for the Soul (God’s Word For You) by Michael J. Kruger
Crossway: An Introduction to the Greek New Testament by Dirk Jongkind vs. The Septuagint: What It Is and Why It Matters by Greg Lanier & William A. Ross
Christian Focus: What Jesus Does: 31 Devotions about Jesus and the Church by Sinclair B. Ferguson vs. What Jesus Did: 31 Devotions about the life of Jesus by Sinclair B. Ferguson
Price: $2.99 (Feb 1-2)
What if all events—big and small, good and bad—are governed by more than just blind chance? What if they are governed by God? In this theologically informed and philosophically nuanced introduction to the study of probability and chance, Vern Poythress argues that all events—including the seemingly random or accidental—fall under God’s watchful gaze and are part of his eternal plan. Poythress tackles questions related to everything from natural disasters to the roll of the dice, explaining how God’s sovereignty functions as the lens through which we study subjects such as science, mathematics, modern physics, evolutionary biology, human choice, and gambling. Comprehensive in its scope, this book lays the theistic foundation for our scientific assumptions about the world while addressing personal questions about the meaning and significance of everyday events.
Publisher: The Good Book Company
Price: $2.99 (Feb 1-2)
Help for pastors and ministry leaders to guide churches through divisions and to experience renewal in the heartache of ministry.
Leadership is hard. Pastoring through divisive times is even harder. How do we lead well when criticized? How do we keep loving the church when hurt by her? What does it look like to remain committed to the gospel in cultural division?
Seasoned pastor Jonathan Dodson comes alongside struggling pastors and ministry leaders to guide them into the comfort of Christ. But he doesn’t stop there. Full of wisdom drawn from 2 Timothy, this book will equip you to lead the church with grace, charity and spiritual power through divisive times.
Great for pastors and ministry leaders who need encouragement and insight, or are wrestling with their calling. Makes a thoughtful gift.
Publisher: Master Books
Price: $2.99 (Feb 1-2)
As the modern Church struggles to find a place of relevancy for a new generation that already has massive demands on its time and attention, more and more young people raised in the Church are leaving it – failing to find the answers to their questions of faith and life, beset with doubts raised by issues that the Church chooses not to address. Opting to skirt the controversy of Genesis as literal history, the biblical authority of the Holy Word is called into question and reduced to a collection of mere stories. More popularly considered an issue for schools or in the public realm, the conflicting views on the age of the earth also remain a pivotal issue within the Church – as it has for over two centuries.
Was the Creation week literally six days?
Does science really point to an old earth?
Does the issue really matter for Christians?
Should this issue even be discussed within the Church?
Join authors Dr. Jason Lisle and Tim Chaffey as they put forth a case against an old-earth interpretation of Scripture. A comprehensive biblical, theological, and scientific critique of old-earth creationism, the book presents its compelling testimony in layman’s terms to create a powerful debate that leads to unquestionable truth.
Author(s): Bob Hartman
Publisher: David C. Cook
Clever Cub is a curious little bear who LOVES to cuddle up with the Bible and learn about God.
Mama Bear teaches Clever Cub there are many ways to say “I love you!” as she tells him the story of Moses’s mommy, who loved Moses so much that she put him in a basket on the river to keep him safe.
This engaging picture book:
Tells the story of baby Moses from Exodus 1 and 2.
Helps children ages 3–6 think about ways they can show love to others.
Includes questions about the story’s theme and ideas for learning more in the Bible.
Clever Cub Learns about Love is part of the delightful Clever Cub children’s book series. Also check out Clever Cub Explores God’s Creation, Clever Cub Sings to God, Clever Cub Gives Thanks to God, Clever Cub Welcomes Baby Jesus, and Clever Cub and the Easter Surprise.
Author(s): Joanna Gaines
Publisher: Harper Select
Price: $6.99 (Feb 1 Only)
AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Imagine if all the worn-out, untrue, painful chapters of our lives started to quiet, and the beautiful, unique pieces of who we are were to rise. Imagine if the stories we tell brought us back to our true selves, back to one another. Imagine if they spoke of how we loved and lost and tried our best. How we saw it all, even the parts that hurt.
Joanna Gaines’ new book, The Stories We Tell, invites us on an authentic and deeply vulnerable journey into her story—and helps shine a light on the beauty of our own—guiding us to release the weights that hold us back so we may live and share our story in truth.
We’ve all dropped anchor in places that suited us for a time: a city, a perspective, a lie we mistook as truth. This book is an invitation to a kind of life where you know how to hold what you believe—about yourself and the quiet worlds behind the people you pass—with gracious and open hands. To see your story as greater than any past or future thing, but for all the beauty and joy and hope it holds today.
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.