We’ve shared great resources and now offer you even more:

Free resources are great, but don’t forget to love your neighbors by checking in on them and praying for them. This is a great time for sharing the gospel with those in need!

In addition to this list of resources we shared last week (including five free books from Crossway), here are even more freebies and deals.

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Free Christian Kindle Books from Randy Alcorn, the Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God

Crossway is generously offering several eBooks for free to help you make the most of the crazy COVID-19 times.

UPDATE: Crossway is offering these Bible study resources for free.

Note: These resources are all licensed for personal use. (See the copyrights page of each resource for more information.)

Here are a few other resources you may enjoy:


VidAngel is giving away trial memberships (no credit card needed) and access to The Chosen TV series (which is really good!).

Screen Shot 2019-12-02 at 8.45.24 AMFree for Kindle for a limited time: Partakers of Grace: A Commentary on 1 Corinthians by Douglas Wilson

A New Testament Church means New Testament snarls.

Prostitution, incest, drunkenness at the Lord’s table, sectarianism, and babble all were problems in Paul’s rag-tag startup church in Corinth. Paul’s letter was a course-correction for many in the church, bringing people back to the Gospel as the basis for right unity, sexual ethics, observation of the sacraments, and worship.

This commentary works through this deep and sometimes confusing letter verse by verse, unpacking the details and making applications. Yes, even on the headcoverings.

Logos Bible Software has incredible Cyber Monday deals—updated hourly!

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(Also, just because I like you, here’s a free John Piper eBook for Advent.)

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Guidance and the Voice of God by Phillip Jensen and Tony Payne

How do I know what God wants me to do? How can I make decisions which are in line with his will? If God still speaks, will I recognize his voice?

These are important questions, and many Christians grapple with them.

Guidance and the Voice of God charts a way through these often confusing issues, and shows how for those who have ears to hear, God is still speaking loud and clear through his Son.

This book is part of our Guidebooks for Life series. Like other titles in the series, it covers an important issue of the Christian life in an accessible and straightforward way.

Other discounted titles in the Guidebooks for Life series from Matthias Media.

You may also be interested in Logos Bible Software’s monthly deals on several commentary sets from Eerdmans!

Screen Shot 2019-11-04 at 8.43.27 AMFree for Kindle for limited time: Is God Green? By Lionel Windsor

Do we need to save the planet? Is the future of our world at stake? It’s hard to escape questions like this in the media and the wider world these days. How would you answer them? Maybe you’re an environmental warrior, or maybe you’re sceptical that there’s anything to worry about at all. Have you wondered where God stands on this issue? Does he care about the world and what we do with it? Is God green?

In this short book, Lionel Windsor takes us through what the Bible says about the environment. You’ll discover what God has to say about:

• why the world is in a mess
• where the world is headed
• what we should do about it in the here and now.

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Free for Kindle: Just Starting Out: 7 Letters to a New Christian by Alan Stewart

As you start out in the Christian life—or go back to the basics for a refresh—what do you need to know? Listen in on these letters written to a new Christian, Dave, as he learns about some of the essentials of Christian living.

Each letter covers a different aspect of what it means to be a Christian—from how we are saved by God, to why we read the Bible and go to church.
This resource is designed to work in tandem with Just for Starters, a set of seven foundational Bible studies. If you’re doing these studies with someone, you’ll find that the book ties in well with what you’re studying week by week.

Buy paperback copies of Just Starting Out on Amazon or through Matthias Media. A great item to have in bulk for new believers in your church!

Another notable deal from Matthias Media: From Here To Eternity: Assurance in the face of sin and suffering (Lessons from Romans 8) by Ray Galea

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Announcing a new release from Cross-Points Publishing: Walking in the Power of the Holy Spirit by Charles Spurgeon, J.A. Medders (Foreword)

“Dear Christian, the Spirit is at work in you. Don’t be discouraged. You may feel like God is sick and tired of waiting for you to get it together. Well, remember that the fruit of the Spirit is also a description of the Spirit himself. He is loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle, and in control. You are in good hands.” —J.A. Medders from the Foreword

Available in paperback and for Kindle. Browse other titles in the Rich Theology Made Accessible Series (and learn how to get more free books!).

Announcing never before released volume from Spurgeon on life in the Holy Spirit!

Walking in the Power of the Spirit: Ten Classic Sermons by Charles H. Spurgeon

Read the foreword by J.A. Medders below:

When is the last time you thought about the Holy Spirit?

Asked the Spirit to help you? Contemplated the Spirit’s power in your prayers? Believed the Holy Spirit was enabling you to turn from sin? Discerned him prompting you to evangelize? Realized him quickening your heart for Christ? Noticed the Spirit of Christ illuminating your heart and mind as you sat with coffee at your side and a double-edged sword shimmering in your hands?

Dear Christian, the Spirit is at work in you. Don’t be discouraged. You may feel like God is sick and tired of waiting for you to get it together. Well, remember that the fruit of the Spirit is also a description of the Spirit himself. He is loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle, and in control. You are in good hands. Patient and gentle hands. Keep up (Galatians 5:25). Like a kind older brother grinning and motioning to his slow-witted sibling, “Come on, bud, keep up.” That’s us. And that’s a safe place to be because it’s with God.

Charles Spurgeon understood the Sprit’s role in the Christian life. He was eager for the Spirit’s work in his life and ministry. “Without the Spirit of God we can do nothing. We are as ships without wind or chariots without steeds. Like branches without sap, we are withered. Like coals without fire, we are useless.” O, how we need the Spirit! Just think: How will we turn from sin, love our brothers and sisters and Christ—and our enemies—serve the church, evangelize the lost, raise our children, pursue godliness, and lean into the glory to be revealed? By the indwelling, filling, and anointing of the Holy Spirit.

The Spirit prompts and empowers disciples of the risen Christ for our long pilgrimage toward glory. Every step of the way, he’s with us—ministering to us, encouraging us, correcting us, and transforming us more into the image of the Lord Jesus. As you read these sermons from Spurgeon, don’t settle for a meeting with the mind of Spurgeon. No, no—seek the Spirit. Seek the work of God in your life. That’s why Spurgeon preached these words, so sinners like you and me could rest and run in the high-voltage work of God. Keep up.

— J.A. Medders, Pastor, Author, Humble Calvinism

Buy Walking in the Power of the Holy Spirit in paperback and Kindle editions.

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