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Get Timothy Witmer’s “The Shepherd Leader at Home: Knowing, Leading, Protecting, and Providing for Your Family” for up to 50% OFF from Westminster Bookstore

Enter to win a stack of books by Kevin DeYoung, Greg Gilbert, Tim Chester, and Duane Litfin from Crossway, Rethink Mercy, and 20 Schemes

Win a stack of books from Moody Publishers and Tim Challies

Check out Ligonier Ministries’ $5 Friday featuring R.C. Sproul’s “Mark: He Taught Them As One Who Had Authority” (St. Andrew’s Expository Commentary)

Get Kevin DeYoung’s “Crazy Busy” for just $3.99 for Amazon Kindle

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Mars Hill Pastor forced to resign after refusing to sign “non-compete clause”

David Mathis shares 5 benefits of corporate worship

John Wesley on becoming a better preacher through reading

David Murray shares his vision for Christian education

Females do not need feminine pronouns to know they’re made in God’s image

Mark Lamprecht on lawsuits and the Southern Baptist Convention

“We are never nearer Christ than when we find ourselves lost in a holy amazement at His unspeakable love.” (John Owen)

“Knowledge may make thee a scholar, but not a saint; orthodox, but not gracious.” (William Gurnall)

Please take some time to browse the other pages on this site (located above in the tabs). You will find many articles, FREE e-books, and book recommendations for your encouragement. Check out the Exegetical Theology page or Historical Theology page first. Thanks!

 

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Notable & Newsworthy

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Enter to win a stack of books from Practical Shepherding and 20Schemes

Win an embosser for your library or study from SBTS Admissions

Last day to win 5 Welwyn Commentaries from Evangelical Press

Download a FREE copy of William P. Smith’s “Loving Well (Even if You Haven’t Been)” from New Growth Press

Enter to win Thom Rainer’s “Autopsy of a Deceased Church” and a genuine leather HCSB Study Bible

The deadline for community pricing bids for Logos Bible Software’s “Baptist Covenant Theology” collection ends today… bid now!

Rex Semrad’s helpful critique and review of Christian Hedonism and John Piper’s “Desiring God”

Check out Ligonier Ministries’ deals over at $5 Friday

J.C. Ryle’s 5 Tips for Raising Godly Children

A Christian Response to the Fast Life by Os Guinness

“A man who feels he is competent, and that he can do this easily, and so rushes to preach without any sense of fear or trembling, or any hesitation whatsoever, is a man who is proclaiming that he has never been ‘called’ to be a preacher.” (D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones)

Please visit the other pages on this site (listed above in the tabs) for more information. There are book recommendations and articles on a wide variety of topics across the various disciplines (Exegetical Theology, Pastoral Theology, etc.)—enjoy!