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Free Stuff Fridays (Multnomah Publishing)

This week’s Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by WaterBrook & Multnomah. They are offering a BOGO offer for Gospelbound by Collin Hansen and Sarah Zylstra.

For every copy of Gospelbound you purchase from any retailer, Multnomah Books will match it and send you an additional free copy. Buy one get one. Buy 10 get 10 and so on.

Learn more about the offer at www.WMBooks.com/gospelboundbogo

A profound exploration of how to hold on to hope when our unchanging faith collides with a changing culture, from two respected Christian storytellers and thought leaders.

As the pressures of health warnings, economic turmoil, and partisan politics continue to rise, the influence of gospel-focused Christians seems to be waning. In the public square and popular opinion, we are losing our voice right when it’s needed most for Christ’s glory and the common good. But there’s another story unfolding too—if you know where to look.

In Gospelbound, Collin Hansen and Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra counter these growing fears with a robust message of resolute hope for anyone hungry for good news.

Join them in exploring profound stories of Christians who are quietly changing the world in the name of Jesus—from the wild world of digital media to the stories of ancient saints and unsung contemporary activists on the frontiers of justice and mercy.

Discover how, in these dark times, the light of Jesus shines even brighter. You haven’t heard the whole story. And that’s good news.


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