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Free Stuff Fridays

I had all sorts of wonderful plans on what I was going to write today. It was going to be witty and compelling and brilliant. But then I realized with a start that it’s Friday and that I’m due to speak at a men’s retreat this evening. There are several hours of driving between myself and the location of that retreat, so I need to be on my way (where on earth did this week go?). However, I do have this edition of Free Stuff Fridays for you. I trust it will prove a suitable alternative!

This week’s giveaway is once again sponsored by the new It is, you remember, a storefront owned and operated by Christian Book Distributors and one geared specifically toward a Reformed audience. They say “In order to serve an important segment of our customers more fully, we have developed a more focused website with author, publisher, and product selections reflective of the topics, issues, and concerns of discerning readers from a reformed perspective. We intentionally feature new and classic titles you’re looking for, authors you appreciate, and viewpoints you value. This increased concentration of thoughtful resources ensures that they will not get lost in the standard mix of a more general product line.”


CBDReformed is offering five prize packages, each of which will contain the following three books:

  • Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus by D.A. Carson (Retail price $15.99)
  • George Washington’s Sacred Fire by Peter A. Lillback (Retail price $24.95)
  • The Godly Home by Richard Baxter (Retail price $17.99)

In addition, CBDReformed is offering a 3 day sale (June 25-28) on the following two products. These are available immediately and for anyone who cares to take advantage of them.

  • The Cross of Christ by John Stott — CBD exclusive edition (only paperback edition available); retail $17.99/sale $6.99
  • ESV Study Bible hardcover 50% off; retail $49.99/sale $24.99

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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