Weekend Reading Deals

Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament ($3.79)

Christless Christianity: The Alternative Gospel of the American Church ($3.79)

How to Read the Bible Book by Book: A Guided Tour ($3.79)

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth: Fourth Edition ($3.79)

How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens: A Guide to Christ-Focused Reading of Scripture ($3.79)

7 Truths That Changed the World: Discovering Christianity’s Most Dangerous Ideas ($2.99)

The Duty of Pastors (Vintage Puritan) ($0.99)

Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption ($4.99)

Operation Mincemeat ($2.99) Just finished this – a cracking read.

Thinking, Fast and Slow ($2.99)

The Elements of Style (Illustrated) ($2.99)

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking ($2.99)

Master Evernote: The Complete Guide to Organizing Your Life with Evernote (Plus 75 Ideas for Getting Started) ($0.99)

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The Never-Ending Need of Multiplying Leaders

What Makes For A Good Elder?

How Do You Prepare Your Teenage for Adulthood?

The Evangelicals Who Are Not Evangelicals

I Am Ryland – The Story of a Male-Identifying Little Girl Who Didn’t Transition

I Think I May Be Gay

My Second Round With Depression

Faith and Mental Illness

Everything Is Terrible: How Bad Stats Fuel Disillusionment 

8 Witnesses to Jesus As The Son of God and Messiah

What Work (and workers) Will Look Like in 2020

The Great Challenge Facing All Women (and why women need to stop judging each other)

Life As An Ordinary Pastor’s Kid

So You Want To Be A (Theological) Doctor?

Rooster Tales

Envy Always Wins

Misconceptions About Adoption and Adoptive Parents (Part 1, Part 2).


Ready To Launch: Jesus-Centered Parenting in a Child-Centered World

For The Life Of The World
Here’s a trailer, but click above to get details of how to get all seven episodes free for a limited time.

Good Tactics to Use When Engaging Cult Members

Stories of Freedom

Mission to the Trash Dump Kids

Jack Discovers a Hilarious New Book
Go on, it will do you good.