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Lexham Press is an innovative Christian publishing house from creating thoughtful Bible study materials, scholarly works, and pastoral resources.
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Charles Octavius Boothe offers a window into an underexplored vista of theological expression. Black evangelicals have equal claim to the evangelical tradition—even though evangelicals have historically muted their voice.
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Christian Book Expo Jun 4
Lexham Press offers free downloads of “Christ and Calamity”
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"You depend on God for your very life—but sometimes it takes a fearsome calamity to impress that dependence upon you and bring you to the point of lament. That lament is a cry of faith."
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Derek Radney Jun 4
I haven't finished it yet, but what I've read so far of "Christ and Calamity: Grace and Gratitude in the Darkest Valley" by ( ) has been encouraging, nourishing, & refreshing during this chaotic & calamitous season.
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Trevin Wax Jun 4
Kindle Deal: The newest book from Harold Senkbeil -- Christ and Calamity: Grace and Gratitude When the Days Are Evil -- is just 99 cents right now on Kindle
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Nathan Morgan Jun 3
I'm pretty sure we all need to hear more about Christ in the midst of calamity. You can download a digital copy for free:
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Cassie Watson Jun 3
Christ and Calamity by releases from today. "This book is an invitation to hope." Written with the COVID-19 pandemic in mind, it also provides comfort in whatever storms you face. The ebook is FREE this month so grab it now.
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Karen Swallow Prior (Notorious KSP) Jun 3
Digital version free for the month of June:
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Michael F. Bird Jun 1
Christ and Calamity: Grace and Gratitude in the Darkest Valley by Harold L. Senkbeil from
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Matthew A. LaPine Jun 3
The gospel offers simple & profound hope. Simple because the gospel grants us communion with God; he is near us. Profound because its hope is fathomed in suffering (Rom 5:3-4; 8:12-25). Harold Senkbeil ministers this hope in Christ & Calamity. Free now:
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Seung-Joo (John) Lee Jun 3
Another recommended resource from Lexam Press: Christ and Calamity by H. Senkbeil.
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Patrick Schreiner Jun 3
Free ebook by Harold L. Senkbeil "Christ and Calamity: Grace and Gratitude in the Darkest Valley"
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Ben Crosby Jun 3
Well, and have done it again: I just read through "Christ & Calamity" and find it incredibly useful as a faithful, honest reflection both on public calamity and private struggles with faith. Available for free download here.
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Lexham Press Jun 3
"If you’re looking for an anchor in the storms of life, look to Christ Jesus, who bought you with his blood and cross."
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Lexham Press Jun 3
When calamity strikes, you can count on God—not because you feel close to him, but because he remains close to you. In Christ and Calamity, speaks pastorally to our suffering and uncertainty while showing us God’s constant and faithful grace.
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Bob Pritchett Jun 3
"Lord, do you not care if we perish?" Christ and Calamity: Grace and Gratitude in the Darkest Valley is a short book released today, by Harold L. Senkbeil, whose The Care of Souls won multiple awards in the past few months.
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GCDiscipleship Jun 3
Pick up ’s new ebook, Christ and Calamity from today for free! A helpful resource to grow our affections for Christ in this time.
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Jake Meador Jun 3
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The ebook is free for the month of June if you get it off the Lexham website:
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Derek Rishmawy Jun 3
. has a new book out: "Christ and Calamity." I have endorsed it and I am happy to commend it to you. It is timely, but it's not just another pandemic book. Also, you can download it for free here all of June:
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