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2 Pitfalls to Avoid In Your Daily Bible Reading

Alistair Begg | December 30th 2021

“All Scripture is breathed out by God,” Paul famously wrote to Timothy (2 Timothy 3:16). The Bible is not a human product infused with divinity; it’s a divine gift produced through human instrumentality. Its every book, chapter, sentence, and syllable was originally given by God’s inspiration.... continue reading

Why Do So Many Christians Stumble?

Miguel Núñez | December 28th 2021

Over recent years we have witnessed the fall of a significant number of church leaders from many different backgrounds. The reasons have varied from one case to another, but often there have been issues of illicit sexuality, mishandling of finances, abuse of power and authority, and substance abuse, among a few others.

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2021 Book Awards

Bethany McIlrath | December 18th 2021

We’re so grateful to God for our team, authors, partners and customers. It’s amazing to get to serve alongside so many brothers and sisters in Christ to the glory of God, whether the books we’re sharing are teaching kids about prayer, offering healing hope for the fatherless, or strengthening adults to stand firm in the faith. 

This year, we’re also giving thanks for several awards received in 2021. Will you celebrate with us?... continue reading

   

The Good Book Roundup

Christian Living

Seeing Devotional Time as Essential

Alistair Begg | November 2nd 2021

God’s word is a glorious gift.

Our Father has given it to us in order that we might know His Son and that we might live in the power of His Spirit, in obedience to His truth.... continue reading

   

Encouraging Young People to Read the Bible Series

Quiet Times Series

Christian Living Bible Reflections

Talking about Jesus in a way that connects with modern culture

Timothy Keller | October 12th 2021

In the present book, Dan briefly recaps the “subversive fulfillment” method, but his burden here is to show how this approach plays out specifically in five areas of human longing and need. Using the work of J.H. Bavinck, he argues that there are five fundamental things for which all human beings are searching and to which all of us are inevitably drawn “magnetically”.... continue reading

4 ways to use Rebecca McLaughlin’s new Christmas evangelistic book

Joe Henegan | September 21st 2021

Whether you love or loathe the chaotic run up to the big day, here are four ways you can use Rebecca’s book to show your unbelieving friends and family the life-changing truth of Jesus Christ this Christmas. ... continue reading

Reigniting our churches

Sam Allberry | September 2nd 2021

Many, if not most, of my friends are at churches regarded as being among the best in the country for Bible teaching. But the repeated feedback I keep hearing from so many is that things feel dry. Sermons are warm but predictable. The text is handled faithfully, but there’s often a lack of connection with real life.... continue reading

Theology on Fire

Adam Ramsey | August 31st 2021

I want truth on fire. And that is exactly what God wants for me, and for you, as well. After all, didn’t Jesus say that the most important command in the whole universe was that we cultivate a love for God that includes all our heart and all our mind (Mark 12:28-30)?... continue reading

Should Christians Value Self-Esteem?

Matt Fuller | July 27th 2021

In rejecting God, many in the modern West have turned to an alternative “gospel”—by that, I mean a truth which people look to for happiness: a big philosophy to live by. One of the biggest “gospels” our culture sells us is the gospel of self-esteem: “Look within to find out who you are: what you find is wonderful”.... continue reading

Is Grace a Licence to Sin? (Lessons from the Life of Bonhoeffer)

Michael Jensen | July 20th 2021

A powerful answer to this question can be found in the writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who was martyred for his faith. He begins his book, The Cost of Discipleship, with a chapter entitled “Costly Grace”. Costly grace is to be understood in part by contrasting it with what he called “cheap grace”. But what can this mean, since God’s grace is supposed to be free?... continue reading

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