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Author(s): Jeffrey M. Robinson
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (May 27-28)
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We cannot love others well without speaking the truth

Loving our neighbors well includes engaging in robust conversations that destabilize false belief systems. In addressing the mind, will, and emotions of actual, complex people, Christian believers must develop various approaches to meet diverse personalities and multiple connection points.
In Persuasive Apologetics, pastor and professor Jeffrey M. Robinson explores what’s below the surface of intellectual-sounding objections to Christianity. He shows what it means to contend for the truth through real-life examples of communicating with those who hold differing beliefs. Robinson covers foundational and practical issues, such as
• the importance of demeanor in being persuasive
• various apologetic approaches
• the influence of worldview presuppositions
• using undercutting defeaters to expose faulty thinking
• causes of nonbelief
• the historical Jesus compared with figureheads of competing belief systems
• the hope that Jesus offers

Persuasive Apologetics will challenge serious seekers to peel back the layers of skeptical arguments and equip committed Christians looking to hone their apologetics skills.

 


Author(s): Daniel Overdorf
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Apr 22-23)
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Even the most seasoned homileticians balk at sermon application. Why? Because
application requires preachers to toss a grenade-like “thus saith the Lord” into
people’s lives, and to do so repeatedly. -From the introduction

Despite the concern many pastors feel when it comes to sermon application, most
homiletics texts devote little more than a chapter, if that, to this vital
topic. Daniel Overdorf has filled this glaring gap with Applying the Sermon.
This book equips preachers to develop sermon application that grows
from the biblical text and addresses the needs of contemporary congregations.


Author(s):  H. A. Ironside
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Feb 19-20)
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Devotional, practical, and Christ-centered, the Ironside Expository Commentary series offers insightful and practical comments that bring out the essential truths of God’s Word. All volumes present the unabridged text in a newly typeset edition. A perfect resource for preaching and teaching from the English text of the Bible, these commentaries also provide the general reader with an excellent resource for personal study and spiritual growth.


Author(s):  Jesse L. Nelson
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Dec 4-5)
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A how-to guide for preparing and delivering Spiritfilled, biblical messages that make an impact

Being called to preach is a tremendous commission. In Preaching Life-Changing Sermons, Jesse L. Nelson shares a simple process for effective expository sermon preparation and delivery, flavored with insights from his life in ministry and academic work. Those with teaching and preaching responsibilities with little to no seminary training will learn practical steps they can use today in their ministry.

Nelson outlines the six foundations of life-changing preaching and shows how each looks in the everyday life of a pastor:
• Seek the Spirit
• Select the Scripture
• Study the Scripture
• Structure the Sermon
• Speak in the Spirit
• Share the Savior

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Author(s):  Glenn C. Daman
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Sept 18-19)
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Despite the growing number of megachurches in the U.S., 75 percent of churches still have a weekly attendance of 150 or less. Glenn Daman, himself the pastor of two small churches, reminds readers that “the vitality of a congregation is not found in its size or its programs or budget. The vitality of a congregation is found in its fulfillment of God’s purpose for the church.” Offering neither trivial cliches nor quick fixes, Shepherding the Small Church acts as a manual for leaders, offering point-by point suggestions for small church ministry, mission, unity, and more. Chapter-by-chapter suggestions and several appendixes of helpful assessment tools help pastors and lay leadership work through the book together.


Author(s):  Benjamin H. Walton
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Sept 11-12)
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There’s no question that the Old Testament is foundational for the New Testament church. But foundational or not, it can be difficult for preachers to pin down useful resources for narrative texts within the Old Testament, much less to skillfully preach those passages to their congregations.

Benjamin Walton provides the practical insight pastors need. In one volume, he demonstrates both the interpretive and homiletical skills necessary to preach Old Testament narratives well. Walton guides the preacher through selecting a text which is a complete unit of thought; describing the scene in a coherent way; determining the theological message of the text; and carefully crafting a meaningful take-home truth. He doesn’t stop with discovering the core message—-the majority of the book focuses on delivering the message drawn from these narrative texts.

Walton’s approach is not just theoretical. It has been read and tested anonymously by groups of pastors, and their feedback has been incorporated into the book. This valuable resource will help preachers put all the pieces together, have confidence in what they’re imparting, and maximize their preaching potential for Old Testament narratives.

 


Author(s):  Larry J. Michael
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (May 1-2)
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Matt Perman, NINE BOOKS ON LEADERSHIP (The Gospel Coalition)
2. Spurgeon on Leadership, Larry Michael
A highly readable and very insightful primer on leadership based on the fundamentals of how Spurgeon led. It therefore has the best of both worlds: it covers the main areas of leadership from an explicitly Christian perspective. This book covers a lot of helpful ground, from competence and confidence to calling and character; casting vision and building commitment to leading with creativity and compassion. It also covers leading despite criticism and conflict and dealing with illness and depression–looking at all these things from the lens of how Spurgeon led.


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