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September 08, 2013

Christian EBooks for September: Crazy Deals are Back

For a limited time offer:

Two Charles Stanley Books on Sale

1. God Has a Plan for Your Life: The Discovery that Makes All the Difference

While you may not understand all the twists and turns of life, you can be sure of one thing: the same God who created you, loves you. God’s personal promise to you is one of extreme hope and potential (Jeremiah 29:11). He also has an awesome strategy for your future. No matter what failure you have experienced in the past, you can learn how to make right choices at every juncture in your life.

In God Has A Plan for Your Life, Dr. Charles Stanley explains that there is no such thing as coincidence, luck, or good fortune. God is sovereign, and He has a course that He wants you to follow. He opens and closes exciting doors of opportunity, but it is up to you to step through each one by faith. You don’t have to miss another exciting moment. You can live each day with a sense of hope and assurance that whatever comes your way has passed through God’s omnipotent, loving hands. This book outlines the exact steps that will lead you to discover His plan for your life.

2.  How to Let God Solve Your Problems: 12 Keys for Finding Clear Guidance in Life’s Trials

Charles Stanley has given us important answers to mankind’s worst problems. How to give our real problems to God so we can live in a world where there are no clear answers to the confusion generated by “experts”. He writes in clear, concise and plain language. With God there is no ambiguity, no confusion-just simple ways to live correctly and let God show us how.

Max Lucado is back with some books on sale:

3.  Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear

Imagine your life, wholly untouched by angst. What if faith, not fear, was your default reaction to threats? If you could hover a fear magnet over your heart and extract every last shaving of dread, insecurity, or doubt, what would remain? Envision a day, just one day, where you could trust more and fear less.

Can you imagine your life without fear?

4.  Outlive Your Life: You Were Made to Make A Difference

Beth Moore’s Out of the Pit

5. Get Out of That Pit: Straight Talk about God’s Deliverance

John Maxwell’s book is also on SALE!

6.  The Difference Maker: Making Your Attitude Your Greatest Asset

In The Difference Maker, Maxwell shatters common myths about attitude—what it can do for you and what it can’t. Showing you how to overcome the five biggest attitude obstacles, Dr. Maxwell teaches the skills you need to make attitude your biggest asset. Most importantly, you’ll learn not only how to develop an attitude that will have a tremendous impact on career, family, and daily living, but also how to maintain that attitude for the rest of your life.

7.  Developing the Leader Within You

The first John Maxwell book I read and I became a John Maxwell fan. Must have for leaders!

8.  The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader

Why do some people consistently inspire others to follow their lead? According to John C. Maxwell, author of 24 books and a regular speaker on the topic, it’s the “character qualities” they possess. In The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader, Maxwell identifies these top traits as character, charisma, commitment, communication, competence, courage, discernment, focus, generosity, initiative, listening, passion, positive attitude, problem-solving, relationships, responsibility, security, self-discipline, servanthood, teachability, and vision–and then defines them in ways that readers can absorb and utilize. Each is covered in a separate chapter opening with a high-concept definition and continuing with relevant anecdotes, details on its meaning, suggestions for further reflection, and exercises for improvement. For example, in the section on vision (“You can seize only what you can see”), Maxwell describes how Walt Disney initially developed the theme-park concept after accompanying his daughters to a fun-filled but rather shabby amusement park. He then analyzes how Disney’s resultant projects drew on his personal history while meeting other’s needs, and explains how readers must “listen to several voices” to develop successful foresight in a similar way. Finally, Maxwell suggests methods to articulate these visions and measure their implementation. –Howard Rothman

Love and Respect Books on Sale:

9.  Love and Respect for a Lifetime: Women Absolutely Need Love. Men Absolutely Need Respect. Its as Simple and as Complicated as That…

10. The Language of Love and Respect: Cracking the Communication Code with Your Mate

Crack the Communication code with your spouse. Highly recommend this book!

For those who are serious about making disciples:

11.  Twelve Ordinary Men: How the Master Shaped His Disciples for Greatness, and What He Wants to Do with You by Pastor John Macarthur

Contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God’s work. Look no further than the twelve disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament. Jesus chose ordinary men – fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots – and turned their weakness into strength, producing greatness from utter uselessness. MacArthur draws principles from Christ’s careful, hands-on training of the original twelve disciples for today’s modern disciple – you.

12. The Call: Finding and Fulfilling the Central Purpose of Your Life

Why am I here? What is God’s call in my life? How do I fit God’s call with my own individuality? How should God’s calling affect my career, my plans for the future, my concepts of success? Guinness now helps the reader discover answers to these questions, and more, through a corresponding workbook – perfect for individual or group study.

13. Searching for Heaven on Earth: How to Find What Really Matters in Life

History’s most successful man, Solomon, wondered just that. As Dr. David Jeremiah shows us, he was a man who tested life’s haunting questions head-on. And tasted life’s riches full-on. And who found his answers in the last place he thought to look.

Listen, then, to his voice. A voice that, if you pay attention, will speak directly to your flesh and bones and heart. A voice that admits: Maybe happiness is an empty hope. Or maybe we’ve simply been looking in all the wrong places. . .

14.  Real Face of Atheism, The

Atheism is a world without God. Its true nature–whether disguised in Eastern mysticism or American cynicism–is despair. In this thought-provoking and witty book, Ravi Zacharias provides Christians a clear apologetic for their faith.

Formerly published as A Shattered Visage, The Real Face of Atheism systematically examines atheistic positions on human nature, the meaning of life, morality, the “First Cause,” death, and more. With a new introduction and revisions throughout, The Real Face of Atheism is the perfect text for pastors, students, and thinking laypeople who want to improve their apologetic skill and reach out to non-believers.

And some gospel books you might want to help you live a Gospel-Centered Life

15.  Putting Amazing Back into Grace: Embracing the Heart of the Gospel

What does it mean to be “saved by grace”? Now revised and updated, this classic reminds readers of the Reformation’s radical view of God and his saving grace, the liberating yet humbling truth that we contribute nothing to our salvation. It lays out the scriptural basis for this doctrine and its implications for a vibrant evangelical faith. Horton’s accessible treatment will inspire readers with a fresh amazement at God’s grace.

16. Glorious Freedom: The Excellency of Gospel above the Law (Vintage Puritan)

17. Basics for Believers: An Exposition of Philippians

This is a great little commentary. D A Carson has done an excellent job of teasing out the flow of the letter as Paul might have intended it. It is because of this and the exceptionally practical nature of Carson’s exposition that I can recommend this book to every Christian. It is also set out in such a way as to be useful for group Bible studies.

and last is Charles Spurgeon:

Lectures to My Students



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