Giveaway Wednesday: "Creature of the Word" by Chandler, Patterson and Geiger
For next wednesday June 5th, we'll be giving away a copy of "Creature of the Word" by Matt Chandler, Josh Patterson and Eric Geiger. If you register for “Follow Me” 2013 before June 5th, your name will be entered into a draw to win your own copy of this phenomenal book.
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. This your chance to reserve your spot for an incredible conference and potentially gain a very helpful resource for your library. The winner of the contest will be announced next wednesday on our facebook page
. Make sure you stay tuned every wednesday to find out what our next giveaway resource will be. Be careful if you read this book. Creature of the Word will make you rethink much of what you think you know about the Church, its message, and its mission. Matt Chandler, Josh Patterson, and Eric Geiger have conspired to write a book that will make you think more faithfully about the church and what it means for Christ’s people to be formed by the gospel. I welcome the conversations this book will spark.
—R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
Lately many books are coming out with a title that has “gospel” in it. As you begin to read the philosophical and allegorical talk about the gospel, there is a disconnect from the Word of God. However, what is phenomenal about Creature of the Word is that it is gospel-centered and rooted in the Word of God with uncanny readability. I hope that thiswork will devotionally impact the whole people of God and increase our intimacy with our God.
—Eric Mason, lead pastor, Epiphany Fellowship, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Creature of the Word excites me because I know the result of churches centering themselves on Jesus, and His redemptive mission will result in God’s people engaging in kingdom work. Church leaders and staff teams should read and discuss this book in community.
—Ed Stetzer, lead pastor of Grace Church, president, Lifeway Research