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Weekly Specials: Books for Bold Christians

This weekend, the Unashamed Conference 2013 kicks off in Atlanta, Georgia. With speakers such as Francis Chan, Lecrae, D.A. Horton, and Eric Mason, and musicians like Flame, Tedashii, and Trip Lee, the conference is poised to be an fantastic gathering of passionate Christians ready to take a bold stand for Christ and for his gospel.

In honor of the conference, we’ve discounted a number of books that we think you’ll find interesting, challenging, and invigorating as you seek to live on mission for Jesus with those around you.

To learn more about each title, click on the covers below. The print deals are only available on Crossway.org; the ebook deals are also available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Bookshout, Christianbook.com, eChristian, ibooks (apple), Vyrso, or your participating independent bookstore’s site. Discounted prices available through 9/16/13.*

This Week’s Specials:

Religion Saves

Religion Saves: And Nine Other Misconceptions

By Mark Driscoll

Print: $19.99 $9.99

Ebook: $13.99 $2.99

Driscoll set out to determine the most pressing issues among visitors to his church’s website. Here he tackles the top nine questions, first confronting the idea that religion saves.

“Driscoll has a unique gift of unpacking and explaining lofty truth in a language any of us can understand. This is a fantastic book full of biblical truth.”
LeCrae, hip-hop artist, Reach Records

Buy: Print | Ebook

 

Keep Your Head Up

Keep Your Head Up: America’s New Black Christian Leaders, Social Consciousness, and the Cosby Conversation

Edited by Anthony B. Bradley

Print: $15.99 $7.99

Ebook: $12.99 $3.99

This compilation continues the “Cosby Conversation” with a variety of contributions exploring how the gospel holds hope for various aspects of black culture, such as victim mentality, hip-hop, masculinity, and the prosperity gospel.

“This work demonstrates that the applied gospel in the hands of the church of Jesus Christ is sufficient to meet the needs of a community that often still faces the reality of living in a present hell.”
Eric C. Redmond, Council Member, The Gospel Coalition

Buy: Print | Ebook

 

 

Date Your Wife

Date Your Wife

By Justin Buzzard

Print: $10.99 $5.99

Ebook: $8.99 $1.99

An intensely practical guide for husbands looking to strengthen, save, or spice up their marriage and pursue their wives from a place of security in the gospel.

Date Your Wife encourages me to man up, trust Jesus, and love my wife well. I encourage all husbands to go grab a copy.”
Trip Lee, hip-hop artist; author, The Good Life

Buy: Print | Ebook

 

Why Cities Matter

Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church

Edited by Christopher W. Morgan, Robert A. Peterson

Print: $15.99 $9.99

Ebook: $12.99 $2.99

Urban pastors Um and Buzzard lay out the vision and rationale for church planting, cultural engagement, and missionary impulses in our world’s cities as they provide a solid theological foundation for making the city our home.

“This book is a clarion call to Christians to look at cities with fresh eyes and cry, ‘Give me this mountain!’”
D. A. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Buy: Print | Ebook

 

Christ + City

Christ + City: Why the Greatest Need of the City Is the Greatest News of All

By Jon M. Dennis

Print: $14.99 $9.99

Ebook: $11.99 $2.99

Over half of the world’s population now lives in cities. Dennis calls Christians to reach city-dwellers through passionate proclamation and whole-life engagement.

“Dennis has gifted the people of God with a manifesto that will inspire the reader to be a part of what God is doing in cities.”
Bryan Loritts, Lead Pastor, Fellowship Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee

Buy: Print | Ebook

*Note: Some discounts may be unavailable outside the United States due to international rights agreements.

September 10, 2013 | Posted in: Uncategorized | Author: Matt Tully @ 4:01 pm | 0 Comments »

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