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Free Stuff Fridays (A Stack of Christmas Books)

This week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by The Good Book Company. There will be 5 winners this week and each of them will receive copies of each of these books:

  • The One True Story. Everyone loves the Christmas story. But the story of the baby in the manger is the culmination of a thousand other stories. It is the focus of the story of the Bible and the story of human history. This book has 24 short meditative readings, written by Tim Chester, that search through Bible stories from Genesis to Jesus. Each day includes ideas for reflection, prayer and application, designed to excite you about the gospel message in the run-up to Christmas Day.
  • Luke For You Volume One. To be released November 1st: This new book in the popular God’s Word For You Series shows how Luke wrote his Gospel to offer his first readers, and readers today, certainty over the truth of the gospel, and joy that God’s promises have been fulfilled with the coming of the King. With careful attention to the text and a focus on real-life application, Pastor Mike McKinley brings us face-to-face with Jesus in a way that is fresh and compelling for both new readers and those who have read the twelve chapters before.
  • A Very Different Christmas. This is a humorous introduction to Christianity that invites readers to open presents from the Father, Son and Spirit. Buy it, read it, give it away!

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