This week’s Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by RHB Publications. Everyone who enters will also get a free eBook of Rebecca VanDoodeward’s inspirational Reformation Women.
In addition, three of you who enter will be chosen to receive a copy of all the following books:
These are the New Titles from RHB
The story of a frightened young girl who disembarked a slave ship in 1761 and later became a lauded poet—the first African American and second American woman ever to be published.
It’s frustrating how easily relationships can fall apart. Thomas Parr provides trusted, biblical solutions that help you deal with relationship issues and to prevent incidents from happening in the first place.
Pastors’ kids feel the weight of high expectations. This experienced group of pastors, pastors’ wives, and pastors’ kids gives sage advice and encouragement for pastor’s kids and church members alike.
Simonetta focuses on the significance of women’s questions throughout church history. The “Food for Thought” section in each chapter will help you with your own questions, taking every thought captive to Christ.
Van Dam argues that reading Genesis as history is both justified and necessary. This informed guide will restore your confidence in the complete reliability of the Genesis creation account.
Revelation is not primarily about predicting future events from the news but holds up the glories of the life to come to prepare us for the challenges we face now.
Philosophers struggle to reconcile the reality of suffering with the existence of a loving, sovereign God. Anthony Selvaggio demonstrates how suffering both glorifies God and prepares us for greater ministry.
A Best-seller Back in Print
Tells the story of the first hundred years of Reformed Protestantism in New England through the lives of nine key figures. A sympathetic yet informed history that corrects many myths and half-truths told about the American Puritans while inspiring a current generation of Christians to let their light shine before men.
Some Classics Reborn with RHB
Bullinger’s most famous work, outselling Calvin’s Institutes in England when it was published, featuring new introductions on Bullinger’s life and on The Decades by George Ella and Joel R. Beeke.
Davies (1723–1761) was Jonathan Edwards’s successor at Princeton University and a key proponent of equality in the church for African-Americans. His era’s finest preacher, these are his Sermons on Important Subjects.
Rollock’s commentary on Ephesians earned him the praise not only of Theodore Beza but was his first link to Geneva and thereby the broader field of international Reformed literature.
Giveaway Rules: You may enter one time. When you enter, you opt-in to receive marketing emails from RHB. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes on Saturday 27th March 2021 at midnight.