Face Time GIVEAWAY

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One thing that I love to be able to do is give great books away. And maybe you love to get free books. If so, today may be your lucky day! Thanks to New Growth Press, I have one copy of Kristen Hatton’s Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World to

What Is My Identity In Christ?

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What is my identity in Christ? This is a common question than many teenagers — especially teenage girls— are wrestling through. Whether it’s insecurity brought on by social media, jealousy because of what all the other girls at school are wearing, or the feeling of not being good enough, pretty

How To Break Growth Barriers

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Have you ever wondered how to grow a small church congregation? Have you every asked yourself: “How can I better lead my church in its present condition? How can I more effetely lead my church into future growth? What are going to be some of the obstacles and challenges that

The Gospel According To Paul

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John MacArthur has a unique way of taking a truth or passage of Scripture that I have heard time and time again and putting it in such a way that I am reignited by that truth and stirred to worship Jesus through it. As one of the most powerful

The Tech-Wise Family

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Technology is one of those interesting, confounding, and paradoxical things in our society. Some love it; others hate it. Some credit it with all of the success of our society; others blame it for all of our problems. Some want more of it; others want to get rid of

Grace Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

Christ Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

God’s Word Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

Reformation Women

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With this year celebrating the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation, there are many, many resources that are coming out about the Reformation. One of these new books takes a bit of a different approach to celebrating this monumental moment in church history by looking at 12 unknown women who were

Pray About Everything

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When Mark Dever says something is one of his “favorite books” about a particular topic, my interest is piqued immediately. That’s exactly what Dever says about a new book by Paul Tautges called Pray About Everything: Cultivating God-Dependcy,“ saying that it is “one of his favorite books on prayer.” That is high