Three Tools to Help You Study and Teach the Bible

Whether you feel confident in your study of the book of Revelation or not, April’s Free Book of the Month, Between the Cross and the Throne, will help you see the beauty of the redemptive-historical narrative of the last book of the Bible.

Follow along as Matthew Emerson guides readers through Revelation’s overarching themes and complex imagery, bringing clarity to some often-misunderstood passages of Scripture. [Read more…]

Get Logos 7 Starter for under $200

If you’ve never owned Logos before, now is the time to experience the accessibility, functionality, and wealth of resources in Logos 7 Starter. For just a little while longer, you can get it for $100 off the normal price!

Making the transition from a paper to a digital library can be a big step. But there are very real advantages to investing in Logos. [Read more…]

A Powerful Commentary on Titus and a Free Book

Though one of the shortest books of the New Testament, Titus is packed with vital instructions on the qualifications of church leaders, the importance of sound doctrine, and how to live a godly life.

In Living Doctrine: The Book of Titus, author Daniel Akin presents a scholarly and exegetical work on the book of Titus with the readability and warmth of a devotional study. For a limited time, when you order Living Doctrine along with two other digital copies of any of these new Lexham Press releases, you’ll receive a free digital copy of Michael S. Heiser’s book Supernatural: What the Bible Teaches about the Unseen World—And Why It Matters.

Akin, a leading Baptist academic who also serves as the president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, said the pastoral Epistles have been some of the books that have most profoundly shaped him. Titus is one of those books. Within the pages of Living Doctrine, Akin reveals the relationship between sound doctrine and living a passionate, transformed life. Correct doctrine is not enough without the desire to be more like God. [Read more…]

A Preacher of Blazing Clarity: John Stott’s Preacher’s Notebook

John Stott didn’t become one of the most influential evangelical leaders in the twentieth century by happenstance. Like so many preachers before him, he was always looking for ways to strengthen his preaching and ministry. Beginning in the 1940s, when Stott came across something he thought he could use, he captured it on a note card, labeled it according to topic, and filed it away in his study.

In The Preacher’s Notebook, Lexham Press collects 60 years of the quotes, illustrations, anecdotes, and prayers Stott collected—so you can incorporate them into your own life and ministry. [Read more…]

5 Reasons to Pre-Order the Apollos Old Testament Commentary

The Bible is both a divine and human book, and Apollos Old Testament Commentary series takes both aspects seriously.  This collection is still on Pre-Pub, but it’s going to ship April 20. That means your chance to pick up this ten-volume series at a steep discount is disappearing fast. Here are five reasons to pre-order this collection today.
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Carson, Duncan, Begg, Others on Scriptural Authority

If you had to prove why the Bible is God’s word, what would you say?

Even among Christians, confidence in the Bible’s authority is waning. Many are casting aside the doctrines of inerrancy and inspiration, with devastating consequences.

The God Who Speaks seeks to correct this. It’s a documentary about the divine authority of Scripture, and it features insights from some of today’s leading theologians on why Scripture is trustworthy.
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Celebrate Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Lasting Legacy

“One act of obedience is better than one hundred sermons.” — Dietrich Bonhoeffer

A legacy of courage

German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906–1945) is considered one of the most influential Christian martyrs in recent history. While his outspoken stand against injustice before and during World War II cost him his life, his collected writings on Christian commitment, community, and purpose continue to inspire and challenge people today.
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Get Flawed Perfection and a Free Lexham Title


Flawed Perfection may sound like an oxymoron, but that’s clearly intentional. Jeffrey Brauch’s new title with Lexham Press, Flawed Perfection, shows how understanding our broken world through the lens of Scripture can help Christians make better sense of today’s most perplexing issues.

What about exploitation, violence, and the rule of law? They, too, are further complicated by common human brokenness. How should Christians respond? [Read more…]

Save 40% on April Publisher Spotlight Specials!

This month the Publisher Spotlight shines brightly on special deals and titles from Lexham Press—all at 40% off!

Act quickly and enjoy savings on preaching, teaching, and theology resources. Check out all the deals here, but especially: [Read more…]

For Service, Study, and Mission: April Resources, April Deals!


Pastoral care, biblical studies, growing the missional church—you’ll find it all (and more!) at savings of up to 44% during April’s monthly sale. [Read more…]