Dene Your Vision, Pursue Your Passion, Live Your Life on Purpose
by Craig Groeschel
(pronounced khaw-ZONE) is from Hebrew, meaning a dream,revelation, or vision. Everyone is born with hisor her own
, and this book will bringstudents to discover theirs. Craig Groeschelhelps students get under the surface of their lives to discover their life purpose in threeoften-overlooked areas: core values, spiritualgifts, and past experiences. He guidesstudents to personalize this purpose—complete with short-termgoals, action steps, and a supportive network to make their bigdream a reality. Practical, fresh, and biblically sound,
is aone-of-a-kind life-planning experience. Perhaps for the rst time,students will clearly understand what they’ve always suspectedand heard—that they have been created by God for a unique andimportant purpose.
Multnomah Books / TR / 978-1-60142-313-9 / 256pp. / $14.99Exam Copy: $3.00
Meditations of a Christian Hedonist
by John Piper
or 25 years, Pastor John Piper has beenprovoking Christians with the simple butparadigm-shattering truth that God is mostgloried when others are most satised inhim.
is a modern classic thathas transformed an understanding of howindividuals relate to God. Satisfaction,happiness, joy, and the pursuit of pleasure inGod are not only permissible; they’re essential. This25th-anniversary reference edition includes an updatedintroduction by Piper, appendices, supplemental resources,and brief testimonials from just a few of the thousands of people who have been profoundly affected by
Multnomah Books / HC / 978-1-60142-309-2 / 416pp. / $24.99Exam Copy: $12.50
The gooDness of goD
Assurance of Purpose in the Midst of Suffering
by Randy Alcorn
ife often leaves individuals wounded bybroken trust, assaulted by disease, or victimized by evil; and for all these timesauthor and pastor Randy Alcorn offerssomething solid to hold on to. Avoidingsupercial or sentimental responses tosuffering and evil, Alcorn instead pressesforward boldly to explore all the troublingdoubts and questions that agitate withinindividuals when they confront suffering and evil. The issues are far from simple, the answers far from easy; but Alcorn shows studentsin
The Goodness of God
how the way of suffering—a path that Jesushimself followed more than anyone else—can ultimately becomea journey into wholeness and even logic-defying joy.
Multnomah Books / HC / 978-1-60142-343-6 / 128pp. / $12.99Exam Copy: $6.50
Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream
by David Platt
lthough it is a point often glossed over bymainstream churches, Jesus made difcultdemands of his followers, insisting that theyleave behind their families, their homes, andall the conveniences of their daily lives. In
, Pastor David Platt challenges studentsto consider with an open heart how society hasmanipulated the gospel to t today’s culturalpreferences of living out the American Dream. In a book that haschanged the lives of hundreds of thousands and has receivedstellar acclaim, Platt invites the reader to confront the reality of what Jesus is really asking. Jesus demands radical obedience, andPlatt imbues his plea with a sense of radical urgency.
Multnomah Books / TR / 978-1-60142-221-7 / 240pp. / $14.99Exam Copy: $3.00
LIFE, IN SPITE OF ME
Extraordinary Hope After a Fatal Choice
by Kristen Jane Anderson with Tricia Goyer
istraught and depressed by horric lifeexperiences, at age 17 Kristen Andersondecided that the only way to cope was to die.She laid down on railroad tracks as a trainapproached, expecting it all to be over soon—only to realize, after the train had passedover her, that she was still alive, but both of her legs had been severed. This is a heartfeltmemoir of one young person’s approach todealing with massive emotional and physical trauma, and yet nd-ing a path of incredible meaning and purpose out of darkness.
Multnomah Books / TP / 978-1-6014-2382-5 / 224pp. / $13.99Exam Copy: $3.00
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