#DoubleChristmas – Book 10: Becoming Like Jesus
We’re offering you the chance to buy one book and give one book away at no extra cost to you this Christmas. There are ten fantastic titles by a range of Western and Majority-World authors at excellent prices.
The way it works is simple – you buy the book through langhamcatelogue.com, we post a copy at no extra cost to you to a Christian in the majority world. That could be a pastor, leader, trainer, student or congregation member.
Book 10 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘Becoming Like Jesus‘ by Langham Partnership’s International Ministries Director Chris Wright. Learn about cultivating the fruit of the spirit in this highly practical book, that’s ideal for small group study and personal reflection.
Book 9 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘God, Where Are You?‘ by Benjamin Kisoni. War in DR Congo robbed Benjamin and his family of all they possessed – find out what he learnt about God and himself.
Book 8 in our #DoubleChristmas series is the highly engaging ‘The Seed and the Soil‘ by Pauline Hogarth. This challenging book explores the power of the Bible that brings about God’s transforming and liberating purposes.
Book 7 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘Gloria’, the biography of the wife of Nigerian Archbishop Ben Kwashi. This inspiring and moving book tells Gloria’s extraordinary story – she was born in a ditch and endured unspeakable suffering for her faith.
Book 6 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘Salvation Belongs to Our God’ by Langham’s International Ministries Director Chris Wright. Chris surveys the Bible’s teaching on ‘salvation’, enriching our grasp on this vital topic.
Book 5 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘The War Within’ by A. C. Chukwuocha. It offers deep spiritual insights about the inner conflicts of Christians, and the pursuit of holiness.
Book 4 in our #DoubleChristmas is the award-winning ‘From Genocide to Generosity’ by John Steward. Read inspiring stories of transformation from pain to purpose in Rwanda
Book 3 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘Compassion and the Mission of God’ by emergency relief veteran Rupen Das. This book would be an excellent stocking filler for anyone interested in social justice and serving the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged in society.
Book 2 in our #DoubleChristmas series is the classic ‘Evangelical Truth‘. It is a masterly distillation of sixty years’ reflection on Christian discipleship, by Langham Partnership’s founder, John Stott.
Book 1 in our #DoubleChristmas series is ‘My Neighbour’s Faith‘ by John Azumah. Islam isn’t just a world religion, it’s a life led by real people who are our friends, neighbours, colleagues and family. Here, John Azumah puts evangelism to Muslims into the perspective of reality.Tags: Chris Wright, Double Christmas, DoubleChristmas, literature