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Free Stuff Fridays (RHB Publications)

Free Stuff Fridays

This week’s Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by RHB Publications. Everyone who enters will get a free e-book copy of Geoff Thomas’s new evangelistic booklet, You Could Have it All. In addition, five of you – chosen at random* – will each receive a copy of all of the following books.

Puritan Reformed Theology by Joel R. Beeke

The Puritans were thoughtful, precise, and wrote deep truths for ordinary people.

“Professor Beeke handles a wide variety of subjects and turns them, one by one, into theological and pastoral gold.”—Sinclair B. Ferguson

“There is plenty here to engage the mind and warm the heart. It’s classic Joel: truth for devotion. Enjoy, learn, and grow.” —Ligon Duncan

“A treasure trove … that reflects godly piety and biblical orthodoxy… . a valuable work which I gladly recommend.” — John MacArthur

A Christian Biography for Young Readers

John Bunyan by Simonetta Carr

The greatest fiction writer in history turns out to be the greatest autobiographical writer! Many know of Pilgrim’s Progress as a great allegory – but the source material was Bunyan’s life itself.

Other Christian Biographies for Young Readers are available on Augustine, Lady Jane Grey, John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards, Marie Durand, Martin Luther, John Knox, Irenaeus, Julia Gongazo, Anselm, B.B. Warfield, Peter Vermigli, and John Newton.

A Better Ending by Doreen Tamminga

25 short stories and poems for Boys and Girls that speak into the ordinary lives of our children.

“Children learn from stories that spark their imagination and help them see the world through other people’s eyes. In this delightful book by Doreen Tamminga, young readers will meet other children in situations that are both varied and close to every child’s experience.” – Simonetta Carr

Books for group study

The Essential Means of Grace by Paul Washer

The commonest question Paul gets is, “How can I see more growth in my Christian life and faith?” In this short book with discussion and reflection questions for group study, he shows you what to concentrate on.

Broken Cisterns by Sarah Ivill

Why do we not see the spiritual growth we would like? Because we go to the wrong places for living water and find broken cisterns instead – learn about how your life is being distracted from true meaning and purpose. Includes discussion questions for small groups.

Classics of Reformed Literature

The Great Concern by Edward Pearse (1633-73)

There is one thing we know will happen to us, and it’s also what we spend the least time preparing for! Edward Pearse, who died young at age 40, helps us to make preparation for death a greater concern.

Love to Christ by Robert Murray McCheyne

A short biographical sketch that leads to thirty-eight excerpts from McCheyne’s writings that walk us through nature, foundation, means, rewards, and ministry of holiness.

A Book to Buy and Give Away

You Could Have it All by Geoff Thomas

We ran through all our stock of this engaging evangelistic booklet from Geoff Thomas in no time at all – but now it’s back in stock. Buy them in economical packs to give away.

*we, of course, don’t believe in anything being truly random

Enter Here

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 Thursday 29th October 2020 at midnight.


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