2 Days Only: All Pastor Appreciation Deals Are Live

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“Let the one who is taught the word share all good things with the one who teaches.” —Galatians 6:6

The anticipation has been building all month long: all 23 Pastor Appreciation Month deals are now live!

But October is coming to a close—you only have two more days to save on these pastoral resources and download The Practical Works of the Rev. Richard Baxter, vol. 14 for free.

Last chance to save!

Here’s a look at this month’s top products:

Baker Studies on Preaching Collection (37 vols.)

Regularly $461.90—get it for $399.95!

This collection assembles 37 volumes filled with practical advice, strategies, and tips for preaching accurate, engaging, and meaningful sermons. Learn to effectively minister to both genders in your congregation, discover new approaches to preaching the Old Testament, and gain insight into the use of narrative exposition. This collection also includes numerous sermon-preparation tools, such as tips for preaching without notes, collections of illustrations for biblical preaching, guides for preparing a preaching plan, and ideas for special services. Beginners and experienced preachers alike will find this collection useful in making God’s Word come alive.

The New Daily Study Bible: New Testament (DSB) (17 vols.)

Regularly $199.95—get it for $179.95!

This fantastic commentary set for pastors, teachers, students, and laity features the words of William Barclay, which continue to inspire readers today with scripturally sound exegesis. Barclay’s purposefully accessible writing style is evidence of his passion for bringing God’s Word to both laity and biblical scholars. His thoroughly researched works begin with important historical background, clarifying the context in which each New Testament book was originally written. Then, launching into commentary, Barclay discusses the Scriptures a handful of verses at a time.

The Life and Works of George Whitefield (13 vols.)

Regularly $199.95—get it for $179.95!

In these volumes, you’ll find hundreds of letters and journal entries that illuminate George Whitefield’s character and his earnest desire to bring all whom he encountered to Christ. Five biographical works are included, each shedding a unique light on this traveling preacher who crossed the Atlantic Ocean an astonishing number of times throughout his life. Whitefield’s associations with the Wesley brothers, Charles and John, are also noted, particularly in an account of John Wesley and George Whitefield’s dealings with the Church of Scotland, aptly titled John Wesley and George Whitefield in Scotland.

New Testament for Everyone Series (18 vols.)

Regularly $199.95—get it for $159.95!

These volumes provide a series of guides to the New Testament. N.T. Wright has undertaken a tremendous task: to provide guides to all the books of the New Testament, and to furnish them with his own fresh translation of the entire text. Throughout the series, Wright’s own translation is combined with background information, useful explanation and interpretation, and thoughts as to how the text can be relevant to our lives today.

The Supremacy of God in Preaching, rev. ed.

Regularly $13.99—get it for $11.50!

John Piper contends that preaching is not simply an exercise in motivational speaking. The goal of preaching is to worship God and proclaim him as supreme. It is God’s desire to be glorified through the preacher, and the aim of the preacher is to respond accordingly. The Supremacy of God in Preaching is not another “how-to” guide for the pulpit ministry, but is a challenge issued toward every preacher to elevate the God of the Bible through sound biblical preaching.

Take time to honor your leaders

It’s not too late to let your pastors know how much they mean to you, so be sure to take time to show your gratitude before the month is over. And remember to continue to pray for your church leaders.

Don’t miss out—get these Pastor Appreciation Month deals before they’re gone!

How did you honor your pastor this month? Share your story in the comments!