I’m giving away a personal library!

One of the things I’m most grateful for about this blog is the opportunity to share great books with you—and this week, I have the privilege of giving away a ridiculous pile of books and resources in partnership with my friends at Crossway, B&H Publishing, P&R Publishing, Logos Bible Software and Moody Publishers!

Here’s what you can win so far:

  1. Why We Love the Church by Kevin DeYoung and Ted Kluck (added 8/19)
  2. A Reasonable Response by William Lane Craig (added 8/19)
  3. Life on Mission by Dustin Willis and Aaron Coe (added 8/19)
  4. Facing Leviathan by Mark Sayers (added 8/19)
  5. Taking God at His Word by Kevin DeYoung
  6. The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper
  7. Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin
  8. Eight Twenty Eight: When Love Didn’t Give Up by Ian and Larissa Murphy
  9. The HCSB Study Bible
  10. Recovering Redemption by Matt Chandler
  11. Beat God to the Punch by Eric Mason
  12. Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t) by Douglas Bond
  13. Recovering Eden: The Gospel According to Ecclesiastes by Zack Eswine
  14. Gospel Treason: Betraying the Gospel with Hidden Idols by Brad Bigney
  15. The 11-volume 9Marks series for Logos Bible Software, which includes:
    • Am I Really a Christian? by Mike McKinley
    • Biblical Theology in the Life of the Church by Michael Lawrence
    • The Church and the Surprising Offense of God’s Love by Jonathan Leeman
    • Church Planting Is for Wimps by Mike McKinley
    • Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons by Thabiti M. Anyabwile
    • The Gospel and Personal Evangelism by Mark Dever
    • It Is Well: Expositions on Substitutionary Atonement by Mark Dever and Michael Lawrence
    • What Does God Want of Us Anyway?: A Quick Overview of the Whole Book by Mark Dever
    • What Is a Healthy Church Member? by Thabiti M. Anyabwile
    • What Is a Healthy Church? by Mark Dever
    • What Is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert

And don’t be surprised if you see a few extra titles added before this giveaway is done.

Enter using the handy-dandy Punchtab tool below (RSS readers, you’ll need to click through to enter).

The contest closes on August 22nd at midnight. Enjoy!

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  • JacobAbshire

    I’m making my way through the 9Marks series now and enjoying them. I’d like to complete the series. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • http://www.boldlion.blogspot.com ‘Guerite ~ BoldLion

    Take God At His Word! Why? Because I am hungry for His Word and Thankful for His Word.

  • Nate

    Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t) by Douglas Bond

  • Timothy Harris

    Eswine’s GAOT Ecclesiastes… I love the series.

  • Debi Martin

    The Stories We Tell – because books on TV/movies interest me in how these mediums affect culture.

  • Ray

    Taking God at His Word

  • adam

    The stories we tell looks really interesting and I have just finished end of memory by volf.

  • Tom Marshall

    Recovering Redemption – I listened to Chandler’s sermon series and would like to read the book as a follow up.

  • Neal

    Recovering Eden: The Gospel According to Ecclesiastes would probably be my top choice because I love to read some of the more challenging/uncommon OT books and learning how the gospel is seen throughout them.

  • Michelle Dacus Lesley

    I want “Women of the Word” so badly I’m probably going to have to repent for coveting it. I’m considering using it in my ladies’ Sunday school class.

  • Kofi Adu-Boahen

    Especially looking forward to Dr Mason’s book – always so punchy, practical and Christ-focused.

  • Zacarias Rivera

    Taking God at His Word.

  • Kaytlyn Williams

    “Grace Works!” has really got me interested!! Hope to win :)

  • Stephen

    Recovering Eden – want to understand Ecclesiastes better

  • Luke Rosenberger

    I’d really like to read Recovering Redemption. It’s a book that I’ve been thinking about walking through with the young adults of our church.

  • Allen

    Looking forward to reading “Grace Works!”…because I still don’t fully believe it and need to be reminded.

  • http://www.lifeschooled.com/ Daniel Gardner

    Looking forward to “Grace Works!” because I’m writing a paper on Legalism vrs. Grace.

  • KevinHalloran

    The Stories We Tell has been on my watch list for a while

  • Royce

    HCSB study bible, cause I’d love to read their study notes and interpretation

  • Christopher Nyland

    Taking God at His Word by Kevin DeYoung. Sounds like an important book from all the reviews.

  • RicePoint

    “Eight Twenty Eight: When Love Didn’t Give Up” I have read a little of the story of this couple, but would like to know more.

  • Scott

    Take God At His Word

  • Jason Tucker

    I a looking forward to Gospel Treason. I don’t know much about the book, but the title intrigues me.

  • David Antonini

    I’d like to read Recovering Eden: The Gospel According to Ecclesiastes by Zack Eswine because it looks interesting.

  • http://www.brandonschmidt.me/ Brandon Schmidt

    I’ve been eyeing up The Stories We Tell for a while.

  • mkingsley11

    I think Women of the Word. After reading reviews it’s been on the top of my list to read. Love reading books on passionately reading God’s Word.

  • Luke

    I’ve been wanting to read “Taking God at His Word” for a while now!

  • Hoosier_Pastor

    I’d be interested in “Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t)” By Douglas Bond. I can always stand to grow in my knowledge of His grace!

  • Terry

    Gospel Treason by Brad Bigby because the concept of sin as idolatry is a key in many counseling situations.

  • Brian Watson

    Definitely Taking God at His Word. I think we need a lot of resources to show why the Bible is God’s Word and why we need to take it seriously.

  • http://bit.ly/DanKassis Dan Kassis

    I’m looking forward to 828, because I’m familiar with their story from the YouTube video.

  • http://empoweringmissional.com/ Justin Hiebert

    The Gospel and Personal Evangelism

  • jason

    Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper

  • Jeremy Seifert

    I’ve been growing very attached to the Holman Christian Standard Bible, and look forward to seeing what the Study Bible has to offer.

  • Chris

    “Recovering Redemption” by Chandler…I love me some Chandler.

  • Carter

    Taking God At His Word

  • http://www.ChristiansInContext.com/ Jared Totten

    Got to be The Stories We Tell by Cosper. Loved his last book!

  • Sarah

    Looking forward to reading Mike Cosper’s The Stories We Tell.

  • Chris Crane

    I’m looking forward to “The Stories We Tell” and “Recovering Eden” (Eswine is such a good writer and the way he articulates certain things is fresh and helpful).

  • G. John

    Taking God At His Word! Because I want to be better grounded in answering critics of the sufficiency of the Word!

  • http://sharletsees.blogspot.ca/ Sharlet Hodgson

    Currently reading “Women of the Word” – its a really great read.

  • Willie Harris, Jr.

    Recovering Eden: The Gospel According to Ecclesiastes. I love to see how the Gospel is brought out of a book like Ecclesiastes!

  • Dave M.

    “Taking God at His Word.” DeYoung’s writing is always challenging and encouraging to me.

  • Elizabeth Lecavalier

    Facing Leviathan, heard so many great things about it!

  • Pastor Ron

    A Reasonable Response by Dr. William Lane Craig- I love his podcast series and always find his teaching informative and challenging.

  • Allen Ray Mickle Jr.

    The stories we tell, because it just sounds very interesting.

  • Shelly

    All of them!!!!

    • http://www.bloggingtheologically.com Aaron Armstrong

      Best answer so far :)

  • http://www.docsdining.blogspot.com/ Jason Kanz

    Stories we tell. I think the importance of narrative is essential in understanding one another.

  • Amy

    Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t) by Douglas Bond

  • Don Haflich

    I am looking forward to Taking God at His Word and getting into with DeYoung.

  • Todd Randolph

    I am looking forward to the 9Marks series.

  • Michael

    Taking God at His Word

  • Brian

    Taking God at His Word. I have heard great things about this book.

  • Guest

    Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t)

  • Chris

    Grace Works! (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t) I hope to grow in my understanding of grace!

  • Roy Henry

    Recovering Eden. Ecclesiastes can be a difficult book for some to see the Gospel in, though it’s there.

  • Otter2

    I’m on the Grace Works bandwagon too. :) Thanks for this!