To help commemorate Reformation Day, Zondervan’s offering discounts on a number of excellent books:
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- Gagging of God by D. A. Carson $6.99
- Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem $19.99
- The Christian Faith by Michael Horton $19.99
- Union with Christ by Michael Horton $0.99
- For Calvinism by Michael Horton $5.99
- The Kingdom and the Church by Michael Horton $0.99
- A Place for Weakness by Michael Horton $4.00
- Don’t Stop Believing by Michael Wittmer $5.99
- Heaven Is a Place on Earth by Michael Wittmer $5.99
- Gospel Coach by Scott Thomas and Tom Wood $4.99
- The Next Story by Tim Challies $4.99
- For the City by Darrin Patrick and Matt Carter $4.99
- How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens by Michael Williams $3.99
Yesterday, I shared the following paragraph with my disciple-making class as it relates to making disciples who love memorizing Scripture. Bottom line: we do what we want to do. It is not a lack of ability or competency. It is a lack of desire and determination.
Originally delivered as the biographical message at the 1995 Conference for Pastors, this new ebook features five chapters that present a sketch of Luther’s life and distill relevant lessons for not pastors and leaders, but all Christians.
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The issue of Halloween presses itself annually upon the Christian conscience. Acutely aware of dangers new and old, many Christian parents choose to withdraw their children from the holiday altogether. Others choose to follow a strategic battle plan for engagement with the holiday. Still others have gone further, seeking to convert Halloween into an evangelistic opportunity. Is Halloween really that significant?