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Kregel: Reimagining Your Love Story: Biblical and Psychological Practices for Healthy Relationship by Andrea Gurney vs. Tailor-Made Marriage: When Your Lives Aren’t One Size Fits All by Marita Littauer & Chuck Noon
Intervarsity Press: A Week in the Life of a Roman Centurion by Gary M. Burge vs. A Week in the Life of a Slave by John Byron
New Leaf: I am Ruth by Brenda Carol Duff vs. Daddy, Do You Love Me? by Ariel Allison & Shelby Rawson
Good Book Company: Impossible Commands: How to obey God when it seems that you can’t by Jonty Allcock vs. Unstuck: A Nine-Step Journey to Change that Lasts by Timothy Lane
Christian Focus: The Cost by Steven J. Lawson vs. The Last Word by Wallace Benn
Moody Publishers: When Church Conflict Happens: A Proven Process for Resolving Unhealthy Disagreements and Embracing Healthy Ones by Michael Hare vs. Christ’s Call to Reform the Church: Timeless Demands From the Lord to His People by John F. MacArthur


Author(s): Michael Card
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
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“You are the salt of the earth . . . You are the light of the world.” Matthew 5:13-14
“I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church.” Matthew 16:18
The world tries to define us in different ways. We try to define ourselves one way or another. But who are we really? How does God define us?
The Gospel of Matthew was written to a group of Christians who didn?t yet know who they were. They were faithful Jews in the synagogue community in Galilee who had found the Messiah. Jesus had changed everything. But how should they think of themselves now, as Jewish or Christian? What did it all mean?
Matthew writes his Gospel to help his readers define their new identity as followers of Jesus the Messiah. Michael Card unpacks how Matthew?s emphasis on fulfillment confirms their Jewish connection to the Torah, while his focus on the kingdom helps them understand their new identities in Christ. Matthew presents this process of redefinition as an exercise of the imagination, in which Jesus reshapes who we are in light of who he is.
Come alongside Matthew in this pilgrimage, and discover how your new identity in Christ fulfills all that you are meant to be.


Author(s): Rick Richardson
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $2.99        (Ends Jan 14)
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Many bemoan the decline of the church. We hear a steady stream of reports about how droves of people, especially younger generations, are abandoning Christianity. But new research shows that unchurched Americans are surprisingly more receptive and open to the Christian faith than is commonly assumed.
Researcher and practitioner Rick Richardson unveils the findings of the Billy Graham Center Institute’s groundbreaking studies on the unchurched. A study of 2000 unchurched people across the country reveals that the unchurched are still remarkably open to faith conversations and the church. Even unchurched “nones” and millennials are quite receptive if they are approached in particular ways.
In this book you will also find best practices from further research into the top ten percent of churches that most effectively reach the unchurched. People who were previously unchurched share what actually moved them to faith and Christian commitment. And the research shows that churches and organizations can be transformed to become places where conversion growth becomes the new normal.
If people tell you “the sky is falling,” don’t believe them. In today’s troubled world, unchurched and unbelieving people are newly receptive to hearing good news. You can lead the change that will help your church reach people―who then reach others.


Author(s): Dallas Willard
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
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“God spoke to me.”
“The Spirit spoke to my heart.”
“God revealed the idea to me.”
Being close to God means communicating with him–telling him what is on our hearts in prayer and hearing and understanding what he is saying to us. It is this second half of our conversation with God that is so important but that can also be so difficult. How do we hear his voice? How can we be sure that what we think we hear is not our own subconscious? What role does the Bible play? What if what God says to us is not clear?
The key, says best-selling author Dallas Willard, is to focus not so much on individual actions and decisions as on building our personal relationship with our Creator. In this updated and expanded edition of Willard’s beloved book, originally published as In Search of Guidance, you’ll gain rich spiritual insight into how we can hear God’s voice clearly and develop an intimate partnership with him in the work of his kingdom. Including new material from Dallas Willard’s teaching at the Renovaré Institute and reformatted to be even easier to read, this classic continues to endure as one of today’s best resources for learning to listen closely to God.


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Kregel: The Limitations of Theological Truth: Why Christians Have the Same Bible but Different Theologies by Nigel Bush  vs. The Doctrines That Divide: A Fresh Look at the Historic Doctrines That Separate Christians by Erwin Lutzer
Intervarsity Press: From Jerusalem to Timbuktu: A World Tour of the Spread of Christianity by Brian C. Stiller  vs. Western Christians in Global Mission: What’s the Role of the North American Church? by Paul Borthwick
New Leaf: The Christ by Carroll Roberson  vs. 365 Fascinating Facts about Jesus by Robert Strand
Good Book Company: Remaking a Broken World: The Heart of the Bible Story by Christopher Ash  vs. Life in the Wild: Fighting For Faith in a Fallen World by Dan DeWitt
Christian Focus: Luther and His Katie: The Influence of Luther’s Wife on his Ministry by Dolina MacCuish vs. Martin Luther: The Man who Started the Reformation by Thomas Lindsay
Moody Publishers: Kids Say the Wisest Things: 26 Lessons You Didn’t Know Children Could Teach You by Jon Gauger vs. 8 Simple Tools for Raising Great Kids by Dr. Todd Cartmell
Reformation Heritage: Seasons of the Heart: A Year of Devotions from One Generation of Women to Another by Donna Kelderman vs. Never Enough: Confronting Lies About Appearance by Sarah Ivill



Author(s): Jackson Wu
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $4.99        (Ends Dec 31)
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Christianity Today’s 2020 Book of the Year Award of Merit – Biblical Studies
What does it mean to “read Romans with Eastern eyes”?
Combining research from Asian scholars with his many years of experience living and working in East Asia, Jackson directs our attention to Paul’s letter to the Romans. He argues that some traditional East Asian cultural values are closer to those of the first-century biblical world than common Western cultural values. In addition, he adds his voice to the scholarship engaging the values of honor and shame in particular and their influence on biblical interpretation.
As readers, we bring our own cultural fluencies and values to the text. Our biases and backgrounds influence what we observe―and what we overlook. This book helps us consider ways we sometimes miss valuable insights because of widespread cultural blind spots.
In Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes, Jackson demonstrates how paying attention to East Asian culture provides a helpful lens for interpreting Paul’s most complex letter. When reading this way, we see how honor and shame shape so much of Paul’s message and mission.


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