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Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Sept 2-3)
Greg was homeless. As he walked through the park one day, he was surrounded by people. Good people. Caring people. Christian people. People doing ministry. But people totally oblivious to Greg. No one saw him, talked to him, noticed him, or tried to minister to him. The Christians were preoccupied—working hard on the ministry they were putting together—a ministry intended to provide help and healing to the most vulnerable in their city, a ministry designed to reach . . . the homeless! How do Christians, benefactors of the overwhelming grace of an immeasurably generous God, fail so miserably at showing and distributing—of all things—grace? In voice and style evocative of Donald Miller and Scot McKnight, yet with a message, all his own, Rod Tucker explores how we Christians have become masters of self-deceptive and fake moral living. Just like Adam and Eve, we don’t want anyone to know we are spiritually naked. But covering up around God denies us the freedom of his grace. Until we can be honest with ourselves, honest with God, and honest with others, daily grace will continue to elude us, either as a gift received or as a gift is given. We remain trapped in our Botox spirituality until we come to grips with exactly who we are.
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Kregel: Uncovered: The Truth about Honesty and Community by Rod Tucker vs. Messy: God Likes It That Way by A.J. Swoboda
Crossway: Even Better than Eden: Nine Ways the Bible’s Story Changes Everything about Your Story by Nancy Guthrie vs. Welcome to the Story: Reading, Loving, and Living God’s Word by Stephen J. Nichols
New Leaf: World Religions and Cults: Counterfeits of Christianity (Volume 1) by Bodie Hodge & Roger Patterson vs. War of the World Views by Ken Ham
Intervarsity Press: The Radical Pursuit of Rest: Escaping the Productivity Trap by John Koessler vs. The Listening Life: Embracing Attentiveness in a World of Distraction by Adam S. McHugh
Christian Focus: D. L. Moody: Moody without Sankey by John Pollock vs. D L Moody: One Devoted Man by Nancy Drummond
Reformation Heritage: Building a Godly Home, Volume 1: A Holy Vision for Family Life by William Gouge vs. Building a Godly Home, Volume 2: A Holy Vision for a Happy Marriage by William Gouge
Eleven true stories of students coming to know Jesus
Umesh – who had to reject all his family’s traditions to follow the truth.
Craig – who held onto God’s love despite being paralysed playing rugby.
Kate – who had to grapple with the biblical view of sexuality on a very personal level.
Their true stories and those of their contemporaries are told in this frank and readable book.
Showing the profound impact that Jesus has on individuals, Jonathan Carswell recounts a wide range of testimonies. Uncovered details a variety of different obstacles to Christianity and how each individual overcame them with God’s help.
An inspiring read these testimonies are honest, inspiring and exciting – excellent for those exploring Christianity.