This week’s Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by Kress Publications and they are offering up five great prize packages, each of which contains three great books. Each of the winners will receive:Uneclipsing the Son by Rick Holland. Daniel Akin says, “It is possible to get so close to someone you no longer see them for who they are and what they are worth. Tragically, it is possible to do this with Jesus. In Uneclipsing the Son, Pastor Rick Holland brings us out of the shadows and into the glorious light of the Son of God as he is revealed in the Bible. Jesus is a great Savoir who accomplished a great salvation for sinners. Perhaps it is time for you to get reintroduced to this great King.” Click here to read the first chapter.
God’s Wisdom in Proverbs by Dan Phillips. James Hamilton says, “One of the great pleasures of life is puzzling through the book of Proverbs, and if you’re looking to navigate life with Solomonic skill, Dan Phillips is ready to show you the ropes. This book’s author is not too proud to learn from the Bible and he’s not too scared to think for himself. This is the first book I would recommend for those wanting to study Proverbs.”
Upsetting the World by John Crotts. John MacArthur says, “The apostle Paul’s message, methodology, and ministry strategy are the keys to fruitful evangelism and healthy church life. This fresh, insightful analysis of Paul’s ministry in Greece is a superb study, showing why Paul was such a great leader, an effective church planter, a persuasive preacher, an outstanding pastor, and a remarkable pioneer missionary. No matter what ministry God has called you to, you will find this book a wonderful help and encouragement.”
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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