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Discover afresh the good news of the gospel.
The long-awaited Messiah had finally arrived—only to be betrayed and sentenced to death. Why would Jesus, who knew beforehand all that would happen and who held the power of heaven at His command, submit to being humiliated, tortured, and ultimately killed?
In this powerful study centered on the final chapters of the gospel of Mark, you’ll consider for yourself all that Jesus endured to bring forgiveness to sinners and hope to the hopeless. And you’ll understand as never before why it’s so essential to share with others the good news of His death and resurrection.
Change is possible.
As women, we are constantly evaluating ourselves. Am I enough? Why can’t I change this certain thing about myself? Should I be doing more?
We long for real, deep, lasting change—but we don’t know how to begin. In Meet the New You, Elisa Pulliam empowers women to take charge of their own life transformation by engaging in a meaningful relationship with God and His Word. Each chapter gives practical and interactive ways to address some of the biggest obstacles that stand in the way of permanent change. Through stories, biblical application, personality assessments, thought-provoking questions, and life-coaching principles, Meet the New You helps women:
- understand who they are
- cultivate a vision for who they want to become
- recognize what holds them back
- determine the steps necessary to put new, practical habits into action
It’s time to discover who you really are and how you can live life differently. It’s time to meet the new you!
Enter for a chance to win one of 24 copies of the all-new special anniversary edition of The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning. The new book goes on sale at bookstores everywhere on October 6, 2015!
Caleb Kaltenbach, author of Messy Grace: How a Pastor with Gay Parents Learned to Love Others Without Sacrificing Conviction (WaterBrook Press) shares his unique and surprising story on the Glenn Beck Program.
Best-selling author Sigmund Brouwer has received the 2015 Alberta Reader’s Choice Award for his historical novel Thief of Glory (WaterBrook Press). Sponsored by the Edmonton Public Library, the Alberta Readers’ Choice Award is given annually for the best fiction or narrative non-fiction book written by an Alberta author.
“In Thief of Glory, for the first time in two decades of writing, Sigmund Brouwer took on the challenge of bringing a powerful family story to the page. We are so pleased to see this amazing novel again recognized for its excellence and, particularly, by readers in Alberta,” said Shannon Marchese, Senior Editor at WaterBrook Press.
Thief of Glory, a sweeping story that combines World War II romance and intrigue in the Pacific naval theater, was inspired by Brouwer’s parents’ experience during World War II.
Brouwer also received the 2015 Christy Award for Thief of Glory in both the Book of the Year and Historical Romance categories. He is the author of nearly 30 novels, with close to four million books in print. Brouwer divides his time between Red Deer, Alberta and Nashville, Tennessee.
Nick Vujicic and wife Kanae’s book Love Without Limits was named Biography of the Year by Christian Resources Together, a national UK gathering for Christian retailers.
Love Without Limits (WaterBrook Press, November 18, 2014) documents Vujicic’s journey from believing he would never find love to meeting, falling in love, and marrying Kanae. The book is fascinating look at an inspiring love story, filled with practical insights about building healthy, Christ-centered relationships.
Every year, Christian retailers from across the UK meet at the Christian Resources Together conference. The awards honor the top Christian books published in the previous calendar year based on quality of writing, content and the impact it has on the Christian faith.
Life Without Limits, Vujicic’s first book, was a recipient of the CTA’s Book of the Year award in 2013.
Who goes to heaven? What to make of all those “heaven and back” books? What about rewards in heaven? Join Scot McKnight on October 14th at 12pm ET as he discusses his new book, The Heaven Promise, and takes your questions LIVE!
In his book Good Things, Kevin Gerald, helps readers take a fresh look with eyes that cut through the daily distortions and see the undeniable and extravagant goodness of God. For more information visit: goodthingsbook.com.