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Get a Free Audiobook Every Month!

This week the blog is sponsored by ONE Audiobooks who is offering access to a free audiobook, every month, no strings attached.

Click here to get this month’s audiobook Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life: Practical Wisdom from Richard Baxter by J.I. Packer and Michael S. Lundy.

This timely resource was endorsed by Sinclair B. Ferguson with the following words, “Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life is simultaneously a manual for pastors and counselors, a resource for study groups, and a thesaurus of wise spiritual counsel for those who struggle and for those who care about them. A few consultations with the soul-physician group of Packer, Lundy, and Baxter will be medicine for your soul!”

To get access to next month’s book, simply check oneaudiobooks.com or stay opted into ONE’s list and we’ll let you know about it. It’s going to be a good one!

ONE publishes thoughtful Christian audiobooks that inspire and encourage. We partner with top Christian publishers like Crossway, The Good Book Co. Company, Reformation Heritage Books, Ligonier, The Gospel Coalition, and many others to publish Christ-centered audio resources that center on the gospel and transformation.

Access to the free books is provided for 90 days. After that you’ll be able to purchase the book at a steep discount, typically 50% off the retail price of the audiobook (or $10 off), to keep it forever. We also run big discounts periodically on thoughtful, helpful Christian audiobooks.

About ONE

One was started by Cory Verner, founder of Christian Audio. ONE strives to publish the best Christian audiobooks and create top quality audio productions with top narrators who are also believers. We hope to make important, reformed Christian books available even if they are not commercially available. The best Christian books should be available in audio, not just the popular titles.

Many thanks to Crossway and ONE Audiobooks for allowing this book to be provided at no charge.


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