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Free Stuff Fridays (The Good Book Company)

Free Stuff Fridays

This week’s Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by The Good Book Company who also sponsored the blog this week. They have 5 packages of their latest releases to give away, which means 5 winners will each receive the following titles:

Enjoying God, by Tim Chester

What is the key to actually enjoying God? Christians talk a lot about having a relationship with God—but what exactly does it mean to have a relationship with someone we cannot see? We talk a lot about having joy—but for many, the Christian life can feel like a dutiful slog. We talk a lot about knowing God—but it’s easier to know more about God rather than to know God more.

If these things ever bother you, then Enjoying God by Tim Chester is for you. Discover not only what it means to have a relationship with the living God—Father, Son, and Spirit—but also how it can be infused with genuine joy.

The Dignity Revolution, by Daniel Darling

As Christians, we want to make a difference in this world. We want to have an impact not only on our immediate family and community but on wider social issues. We want to protect the vulnerable and engage with the issues that really matter. But how?

The Dignity Revolution shows us how wonderful, liberating and empowering it is to be made in God’s image. It will change how we see ourselves and other people.

The Friend Who Forgives, by Dan DeWitt

Do you ever talk before you think? Mess up? Let others down? That’s what Peter did, again and again and again, and it led him to abandon his best friend, Jesus.

Peter loved Jesus. He felt terrible when he pretended not to know him. He thought all was lost when Jesus died. But Jesus is not like our other friends. He wants to forgive us when we are really sorry, even when we mess up again and again and again.

Children know all about failing, but they don’t always experience true forgiveness. The Friend Who Forgives points them to Jesus, the Friend who will forgive them again and again and again.

Love Came Down At Christmas, by Sinclair Ferguson

Everyone seems to say that Christmas is about love. It’s in the songs we hear as we shop for presents and in the adverts we see on TV. It’s in the cards we send and on the gift tags we write.

And Christians can agree. Christmas really is about love, because love came down at Christmas in the person of Jesus Christ.

Love Came Down At Christmas is an advent devotional that contains 24 daily readings from 1 Corinthians 13. Sinclair B Ferguson brings the rich theology of the incarnation to life with his trademark warmth and clarity. We’ll see what “love” looked like in the life of Christ and be challenged to love like him.

Real: The Surprising Secret to Deeper Relationships, by Catherine Parks

Every woman longs for authentic friendships with others—but in a world of carefully-curated social media, most of us are merely keeping up appearances. Both online and offline, we’re all prone to only presenting the best side of ourselves.

Real shows us that, surprisingly, the secret to growing the relationships we crave is in developing a biblical habit of repentance. Catherine Parks encourages women to resist the “I’m fine” culture, get real with each other about sin and experience authentic fellowship.

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Again, there are five packages to win. And all you need to do to enter the draw is to drop your name and email address in the form below.

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    A La Carte (June 20)

    A La Carte: How to support the caregivers in your church / What we gain in following Jesus / The way we feel is not necessarily the way it is / The power and danger of habit / The man who introduced American Evangelicals to C.S. Lewis / and more.

  • Do Not Envy the Wicked

    Do You Envy the Wicked?

    It takes a long time for sinful instincts to become pure, for tendencies toward what is evil to be transformed into tendencies toward what is good, lovely, and pleasing to God. The man who quits drugs will still react when he catches a whiff and the woman who gave up alcoholism will still struggle when…

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    A La Carte (June 19)

    A La Carte: The golden rule for hard conversations / Seven reasons you shouldn’t ignore beauty / The early church on entertainment / The uselessness of prayer / A thousand wheels of providence / Impossible, hard, and easy / and more.

  • Our Salvation Through Christ

    This week the blog is sponsored by Moody Publishers and this post is adapted from The Kindness of God by Nate Pickowicz (© 2024). Published by Moody Publishers. Used by permission. Just like the Old Testament, the New Testament teaches that this wonderful salvation is extended to us as a kindness. Paul opens his letter…

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    A La Carte (June 18)

    A La Carte: The pursuit of (which) happiness? / Don’t hastily choose elders / The evangelistic nature of awe / What you read builds who you are / Till he was strong / A father’s threads of living faith / Logos deals / and more.

  • Lets Hear It For the Second Parents

    Let’s Hear It For the Second Parents

    While today we tend to associate step-parents with divorce, in previous centuries they were almost exclusively associated with death and with either widow- or widowerhood. In an era in which lifespans were shorter and, therefore, a greater number of parents died while their children were still young, there was a distinct and honored role for…