We’re going across the pond for this week’s Free Stuff Fridays sponsor. “The mission of Evangelical Press is to promote reformed literature throughout the world concentrating mainly (but not exclusively) in English, French, Russian and currently Chinese. In reality we do have publications available in at least fifty languages. The principle is simple – every area of our work in every country and language we work in is vitally important. Where one location or language makes a profit, or where we receive any donations, we use this to make our publications more affordable in other less well off locations, thus giving access to all.”
This week EP is giving away 5 packages of 5 books. 5 winners will each receive:
- The Fruit of the Spirit Is… by J.V. Fesko
- Why the Cross? by John Blanchard
- The Doctrine and Practice of Holiness by Erroll Hulse
- The Lord of Glory - Day by Day Devotions with Your Children by Jim Cromarty
- Gospel Clarity: Challenging the New Perspective on Paul by William B. Barcley with Ligon Duncan
Here is a bit of information about The Fruit of the Spirit Is…: “Every Christian should desire to manifest godliness and the fruit of the Spirit. Yet too often we try to achieve it by mere good intentions and efforts to pull ourselves up by our moral bootstraps. Such attempts always fall short of spiritual reality. Godliness should be a defining characteristic of Christians, so how does one obtain it? In this fascinating work John Fesko shows us that godliness comes through the work of the Holy Spirit and manifests itself as the fruit of the Spirit. We do not produce this fruit on our own, but rather Christ through his Spirit produces it in us.”
Giveaway Rules: You may only enter the draw once. Simply fill out your name and email address to enter the draw. As soon as the winners have been chosen, all names and addresses will be immediately and permanently erased. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes Saturday at noon.
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