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Preston Sprinkle’s new book, “Charis: God’s Scandalous Grace for Us,” isn’t a stale theology textbook. It’s a fresh look at the real meaning of grace throughout the entire biblical record, and how that applies to our lives today. Humorous and sometimes shocking, the author’s words challenge us to take a look at our broken human condition in light of God’s grace. more»
By Bill Johnson
Bill Johnson, pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, Calif., gives practical encouragement, support and exhortation to the church in his latest book, “Experience the Impossible.” He shows believers how to rediscover the power of God’s presence in their everyday lives no matter what challenges they may be facing. more»
Whether you’re looking to help your congregation find a refreshing confidence in the Word of God, or wanting to help them find a more sure footing within the murky world of liberal, progressive and postmodern thought, Kevin DeYoung has done us all a great service with his new book, “Taking God at His Word.” more»
By Pete Carter
Pete Carter’s “Unwrapping Lazarus” challenges us to “unwrap” ourselves from anything that binds us or holds us back from a faith-filled walk. Are we willing to take God out of the box we put Him in, which can’t contain Him anyway, and let Him do what He wants to do? This book is about releasing our unimaginable potential in Christ. more»
With his new book, “What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done,” Matthew Perman has given the church a major advancement not merely in systems of effectiveness, but also in foundational principles that ensure the right system is applied to the right work for the right reasons. more»