Summer’s coming, and with it come longer days and the opportunity to catch up on your study and reading. Now, with our Memorial Day Weekend Sale, you can get sizzling deals on some of our hottest titles and collections. Download the free Logos Bible app (iOS, Android, or Kindle Fire) and take them with you to the beach, to the park, or on your upcoming trip.
Plus, when you use coupon code MEMDAY2013, you can get a free copy of G. Campbell Morgan’s Discipleship!
The Memorial Day sale lasts for only four days. Come May 28, these deals all go away, so use coupon code MEMDAY2013 to save now on the following titles:
Save now on over 200 titles, including Bible translations, commentaries, dictionaries, illustrations, maps, and visual resources.
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The Charles Spurgeon Collection (149 vols.) offers over 3,550 sermons from one of the most gifted speakers and blessed Christian leaders of our era. Also included are many of Spurgeon’s commentaries and lectures, his autobiography, The Sword and the Trowel, and much more.
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Transform your heart, mind, body, soul, and social life with this collection of biblical and practical discussions of Christian spirituality.
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A collection rich in biblical analysis and wisdom, the G. Campbell Morgan Collection (30 vols.) is an excellent compilation of resources for anyone wishing to obtain a more expansive knowledge of the Bible.
Don’t forget to use coupon code MEMDAY2013 to get your free copy of G. Campbell Morgan’s Discipleship. This is resource isn’t aimed at theologians; instead, it’s penned with the intention of encouraging anyone who’s in pursuit of a relationship with Jesus Christ. Defining “disciples” as all “who gather around the Teacher and are trained by Him,” Campbell goes dissects the word’s biblical origins and implications.
With coupon code MEMDAY2013, you can get some remarkable books at great prices—but only through the end of the day on Monday, May 27. You have only four days to take advantage of these deals. Act now!