Good Morning Book Lovers!
Today we lead off with three powerful reads that will inspire, strengthen and encourage you in your faith.
“The Jesus Creed: Loving God, Loving Others” by Scott McKnight. With more than 50,000 copies sold, The Jesus Creed is Scot McKnight’s bestselling book, a remarkable summary of what biblical Christianity is at its core: Loving God and Loving Others. It fosters a practical understanding, appreciation of and application of Christian formation in grace and love toward God and Neighbor.
“Amid a sea of books on Christian spiritual formation, McKnight brings us a simple, highly readable one focused on the weightiest teaching of Jesus: love God and love others as yourself. . . . McKnight shows great respect for the Jewish heritage of Jesus and offers readers scholarly, yet highly accessible, illustrations of the sociocultural landscape of first-century” Palestine. Publishers Weekly
Your God Is Too Glorious: Finding God in the Most Unexpected Places by Chad Bird. This book reminds readers that while a quiet life may look unimpressive to the world, it’s the regular, everyday people that God tends to use to do his most important work.
“Your God Is Too Glorious is a portrayal of the love and humility of a God whom, sadly, many in the modern church have replaced with an idol of power and haughtiness. As I read it I found myself weeping for joy and repenting with gratitude. I’m sure you will too.”–Elyse M. Fitzpatrick, author of Home: How Heaven and the New Earth Satisfy Our Deepest Longings
Breathe Again: How to Live Well When Life Falls Apart by Niki Hardy. Life might not be fair, but through loss, grief, and cancer, Niki discovered life doesn’t have to be pain-free to be full. With sensitivity and without Christianese or stock answers she invites women to replace the lies they believe about themselves and God with sound biblical teaching and his unwavering promises. Through 7 practical steps, with hands-on questions, actions, and prayers, she equips readers to grasp the full life Jesus came to give them, right where they are.
“This book was beautifully written and full of hope, faith and encouragement...Hardy is a hilarious, honest writer who not only faces things that many would not want to talk about, but owns them, reminding the reader that facing tough times with hope is all about perspective.“
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Fiction book deals for 6/18/20
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