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The third in the series of popular 500 Prayers books, with prayers based on the Bible readings for every Sunday, plus major holidays such as Christmas, Easter, and so forth, 500 Prayers for the Christian Year provides an invaluable resource for Churches and individuals, for both corporate and personal worship. Based on the Lectionary, it includes a full set of Scripture readings for each Sunday of all three years.
Every Sunday features a prayer of preparation that coincides with the psalm for that day, with prayers of praise, confession, and intercession around the other scheduled Bible readings. Designed with flexibility in mind, each prayer can be used individually or as a set for the day. Written in accessible, everyday language, and avoiding the traditional language of written prayers, 500 Prayers for the Christian Year is the perfect resource to help make corporate prayers flow naturally in the modern world.
The stakes have never been higher as daughters of every age are navigating a world of hyper-sexualization, social media hangover, extreme loneliness, and a flood of confusing messages. Whether readers desire to know more of who they are created to be or are raising daughters who are just beginning their own journeys, Courageous leads women and those they love through transformation as they experience:
confidence in who God made them to be
resiliency regardless of circumstances
faithfulness to God’s heartbeat
bold living through faith-filled risk-taking
the joy of finding their voice and then using it for the voiceless
vibrant community with other daughters
Crafted with biblical wisdom, professional insights, and personal stories, Courageous explores the core concerns that plague every woman’s relationship with God, self, and others. Terra Mattson invites women and girls to join a global movement of Courageous Girls as they discover an empowered sense of purpose and an identity rooted in God’s grace so they can love and be loved like never before.
Publisher: David C. Cook
Price: $2.99 (Sept 17-18)
Whose Money is it Anyway?
He also saw a poor widow put in two very small copper coins. “I tell you the truth,” he said, “this poor widow has put in more than all the others.” Luke 21:2–3
By the world’s standards, two small coins don’t amount to much. But the widow in Luke’s story didn’t just give two small coins—she gave everything she had.
Everything we have is our Creator’s.
In Faithful with Much, authors Tony and Carin Amaradio share their compelling journey from simply seeking wealth to understanding God’s heart about money and possessions. Drawing from their vast experience in the financial services industry and wisdom born out of some difficult life lessons, Tony and Carin offer practical, biblical advice on how to think about the challenges of being faithful with our wealth. and, most important, how to give it away.
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: Unlikely Converts: Improbable Stories of Faith and What They Teach Us About Evangelism by Randy Newman vs. Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman
Intervarsity Press: Shepherds After My Own Heart: Pastoral Traditions and Leadership in the Bible by Timothy S. Laniak vs. The Servant of the Lord and His Servant People: Tracing a Biblical Theme Through the Canon by Matthew S. Harmon
Reformation Heritage: God or Baal: Two Letters on the Reformation of Worship and Pastoral Service by John Calvin vs. What Happens When We Worship by Jonathan Landry Cruse
Good Book Company: Being the Bad Guys: How to Live for Jesus in a World That Says You Shouldn’t by Stephen McAlpine vs. Be True to Yourself: Why it Doesn’t Mean What you Think it Does (And How That Can Make you Happy) by Matt Fuller
Crossway: My Heart Cries Out: Gospel Meditations for Everyday Life by Paul David Tripp vs. God Is the Gospel: Meditations on God’s Love as the Gift of Himself by John Piper
Christian Focus: Augustine of Hippo: His Life and Impact (Early Church Fathers) by Bradley G. Green vs. Basil of Caesarea: His Life and Impact (Early Church Fathers) by Marvin Jones
David C. Cook: Survive the Day: Thriving in the Midst of LIfe’s Storms by Ben Young vs. Done with That: Escape the Struggle of Your Old Life by Bob Merritt
When waiting on God stretches for months or years, we might begin to doubt His promises. Did I hear You correctly, God? Do You see what I’m going through? Why does this have to be so hard?
In Wait and See, Wendy Pope draws on the life of King David to help us
focus on the Person of our faith rather than the object of our wait;
prepare for the future by participating in God’s work in the present;
view God’s pauses as opportunities to know Him better;
gain confidence in God’s plans, even during uncertain times; and
step out of the security of the known to find peace in the unknown.
How can we take every opportunity to focus on God and His beautiful future? This hands-on guidebook will show you how to transform a difficult season of waiting into a sweet season with God.
Solitary, North Carolina is one of those small towns in the Smoky Mountains that could easily be overlooked. Yet Chris Buckley can’t overlook anything since he’s just moved there and fallen for the wrong girl. He’s made enemies with the wrong people. He’s starting to have nightmares about very, very wrong things. Something is happening in this creepy little town, and it seems to somehow center around Chris. A four-book YA series that will keep you up at night and make you wonder about its mysteries to the very end.
#1 Solitary: When Chris Buckley moves to Solitary, North Carolina, he faces the reality of his parents’ divorce, a school full of nameless faces—and Jocelyn Evans. Jocelyn is beautiful and mysterious enough to leave Chris speechless. But the more Jocelyn resists him, the more the two are drawn together. Chris soon learns that Jocelyn has secrets as deep as the town itself. Secrets more terrifying than the bullies he faces in the locker room or his mother’s unexplained nightmares. He slowly begins to understand the horrific answers. The question is whether he can save Jocelyn in time.
This first book in the Solitary Tales series will take you from the cold halls of high school to the dark rooms of an abandoned cabin—and remind you what it means to believe in what you cannot see.
Our daily struggles often mask a difficult question—Where is God? With fresh biblical insight, beautiful language, and an eye toward the deep wonder of God’s everyday presence, The Face of the Deep challenges readers to experience the wild, joyful mystery of God’s Spirit moving in their lives.
Fans of Eugene Peterson, Madeleine L’Engle, Ann Voskamp, and others will find a reading experience like few others. The Face of the Deep is rich in meaning, rooted in theology, fresh in content. This is a book to be read again and again—a book to be lived. Includes 14 original icons inspired by the writing, from acclaimed artist Martin French.