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Best Buy Friday: God is enough

Dean Faulkner | 8 Nov 2014

What sometimes leaves you feeling unable to cope?

Perhaps it's disappointments or doubts. Possibly loneliness or grief or maybe just a lack of motivation.

Many things are capable of getting us down and casting doubt on our faith and our view of God. Where is our passion for the Gospel? How often have you asked (or thought) is God enough?

With honesty and humility, Ray Galea reflects in his book, God is Enough, on ten psalms that have helped him put God back in the centre of his life. Ray reminds us of the many reasons we have to join with the psalmist in saying, "Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you".

Read more and get the book HERE for just £5 using the code gie1114 at the checkout.

Living The Cross Centered Life - 30% off

Dean Faulkner | 29 Aug 2014

The cross is the very centre of the Christian faith, but that simple truth can sometimes be easy to forget. So how do we remember to focus every day on this reality with all that surrounds us? Never lay the cross aside, never move on says C J Mahaney. Deepen your passion for Christ and his cross each and every day.


Mahaney in his book, Living the Cross Centered Life implores us not to move on from the foot of the cross and examines the deepest truths of the events of Calvary.


Read more about the book and buy it HERE with 30% off (£6.29) until midday Monday using the code ccl0814 at the checkout.

If I Were God I'd End All the Pain

Dean Faulkner | 2 Aug 2013

A terrible train crash in Spain, SAS trainees die on exercise, another street stabbing, Zimbabwe back in the news with allegations of rigged elections and an oppressive dictator. Where is God in all this? What is He doing?

Christians believe that God is all-powerful and could sort out the problems of the world. And that's right - God can do anything. But that fact can leave us floundering. If God has the power to act but doesn’t then maybe He doesn’t care about the suffering or maybe He has chosen to do nothing to help us. If we were God wouldn’t we sort it out?

The truth is, God cares about the mess of the world and has acted. He offers no quick fix to suffering now, but He has provided the long term solution. He sent His son to die on the Cross and take the punishment we all deserve for our wilful disobedience of our loving Heavenly Father. Jesus entered this suffering world and knew physical pain. Jesus himself called out on the cross as he hung there in agony “My God, my God why have you forsaken me?”. Being a Christian and continuing to trust God does not mean denying the pain – or being a stoic – it’s OK to weep and Jesus weeps with us. But being a Christian gives us even more than that. It gives us hope.

John Dickson in his book If I Were God I'd End All the Pain looks honestly at our questions. He looks briefly at explanations provided by other religions before coming back to what the Bible itself says about God, justice and suffering. And what he find there is an encouragement to anyone honestly looking for answers to the problem of pain.

Read more and buy it it here at 20% off!

Aren't they lovely when they're asleep?

Dean Faulkner | 19 Jul 2013

Much excitement abounds this week at the imminent arrival of a new royal baby. William and Kate (if I may be so informal) have prepared themselves for this life-changing event in the limelight and glare of the media frenzy that surrounds the royal family.

The rest of us look on probably with a little envy at the plethora of royal helpers who have no doubt created the perfect nursery, who will help out with “chores” around the rather larger-than-average home, and may even take the baby off to give the tired royal couple some time to themselves.

New and not so new parents (and maybe grandparents too) will know that bringing your first child home is more than a little daunting. I remember sitting in our lounge and saying to my wife “So what do we do now?” as we looked at the little bundle in the car seat on the floor. There is no “parenting manual” and even if there were, each child is so different that I’m not sure it would be much help. Parenting can be very much trial and error - we (not the royal we) don’t listen when help or advice is offered, often thinking we know what’s best for our own children and so we struggle on.... continue reading

1/3 off Women's Ministry Course

Helen Thorne | 24 May 2013

If you have enjoyed our short dip into Women's Ministry this week on the blog, why not get equipped to serve in this important area of ministry? The Good Book College's short course in Women's Ministry is a 10-session distance learning course that covers the basics of:

  • what is women's ministry
  • how to interpret and teach the Bible
  • how to offer pastoral care
  • how to get involved in evangelism
  • how to read the Bible one-to-one with another woman
  • how to disciple teenage girls.

Usually £30, this biblical, practical and accessible course is available this bank holiday weekend for just £20. The price includes the course material and the cost of marking the (optional) assignments.

To enrol - or to request further information - email or enrol online.

Offer ends midnight on Monday 27th May.

Serving without Sinking: 35% off!

Dean Faulkner | 26 Mar 2013

"Church can be like a football match - 22 people running around doing all the work while thousands watch!" - Milton Jones

Do you ever get that feeling? Certainly the Easter period is a busy one in the calendars of many churches and Christians. A time when many people feel the burdens of serving, a feeling of being overrun and overwhelmed by all that is going on in their busy lives.

Well here is a reassuring and contemplative book that will uplift and reassure you in the quiet after the busy Easter period. Take time out to recharge your batteries and remember why serving our Lord is both joyful and liberating.

Simply use the code sws35 at the checkout.

Offer expires 02.04.13

Gospel-Centred Marriage: 35% off!

Dean Faulkner | 22 Mar 2013

Tim Chester takes a look at what the Bible says about the practical issues modern marriages face and how our understanding of the Gospel can help shape the way we deal with them.

If you or someone you know is looking to make sense of the everyday demands of modern living in this fast paced unforgiving society then grab a copy today.

Simply use code gcm2203 at the checkout or on the phone to get this book with 35% off.

Offer expires 25.03.13

One to One: Buy one get one free!

James Burstow | 16 Mar 2013

This weekend only! Buy one get one free on our range of one-to-one resources:

One2One Book 2
One2One Just Looking
One2One Real Men

Grab a copy for yourself and your Bible-reading partner.

Simply use the code o2oblog at the checkout.

Offer expires 18.03.13.

Serving without Sinking: 15% off!

James Burstow | 9 Mar 2013

If you need to recapture the joy of Christian service then this book is for you!

Still available at the great launch price of just £6.79!

Click here to order.

Captured by a Better Vision: just £6!

Helen Thorne | 1 Mar 2013

If you want to support those struggling with pornography - or struggle yourself - then why not grab a copy of a great resource this weekend?

Usually £8.99, you can order Tim Chester's extraordinarily useful book, Captured by a Better Vision for just £6 over the next 3 days.

Simply use the code pure at checkout.


Offer expires 04.03.13

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