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Get 40% off Books by Wayne Grudem, N.T. Wright, John Stott, and More

During the Spring Sale, you can mix-and-match resources by your favorite authors to create a personalized bundle. The more resources you choose, the higher your discount becomes—up to 40% off!

  • Pick 1-2 resources and get 25% off
  • Pick 3 resources and get 30% off
  • Pick 4 resources and get 35% off
  • Pick 5+ resources and get 40% off

Check out all 25 resources featured in our Spring Sale.

Here are eight popular authors featured in the Spring Sale.

Wayne Grudem

businessThe Westminster Confession famously declares that “man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.” It’s easy to see how activities like prayer, corporate worship, and Bible study glorify God. But what about board meetings, spreadsheets, sub-committees, and P&L statements? In Business for the Glory of God, popular theologian Wayne Grudem explains how business can be a means of living out God’s ultimate purpose for humanity.

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John Stott

cross of christ john stottUpon John Stott’s death, the BBC said that the influential churchman had the ability to “explain complex theology in a way lay people could understand.” That skill is on full display in one of his most important and popular works, The Cross of Christ. A stirring reflection on the central event of the Christian faith, The Cross of Christ opens up the beauty, wonder, and profound theological implications of the cross to laypeople, pastors, and scholars alike.

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N.T. Wright

new testament for everyone nt wrightWright is one of the most popular and influential biblical scholars working today, and his ability to distill complex theological ideas for a broad audience has drawn comparisons to C.S. Lewis. Wright’s New Testament for Everyone series is one of the bestselling products in the Spring Sale. This practical yet scholarly commentary set is ideal for devotional study or sermon preparation. Get it in a personalized bundle and save up to 40%.

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Kent Hughes

preachingOver the course of five decades, Kent Hughes has solidified himself as a respected authority on preaching. A true “pastor’s pastor,” Hughes’ lifelong project is the Preaching the Word series, a highly praised commentary set designed just for preachers. Hughes contributed many volumes to this series, including the ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award-winning volume on Mark.

Hughes is also the author of the popular book Disciplines of a Godly Man. Using engaging illustrations, scriptural wisdom, practical suggestions and study questions, Kent Hughes offers a frank biblical discussion on major areas of Christian manhood: family, godliness, leadership, ministry, and more.

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Dallas Willard & Eugene Peterson

The NavPress Spiritual Formation Collection features 15 volumes to draw you closer to Christ and refresh your soul—including books by beloved authors Dallas Willard and Eugene Peterson.



In the contemporary classic Renovation of the Heart, Dallas Willard provides a strong, biblical foundation for what he calls “transformation of the spirit”—the process by which God’s grace changes our character. He describes a practical process Christians can follow to achieve true change—without being crushed by the guilt of perfectionism.


resurrectionThe Resurrection is the most pivotal event in human history, but does it really have any impact on everyday life? In his book Living the Resurrection, award-winning author Eugene Peterson answers with an emphatic “Yes!” In his down-to-earth style, Peterson reflects on how the resurrection of Jesus has the power to define our lives and reenergize our faith.

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Don’t miss your chance to create a personalized bundle and save up to 40%! The Spring Sale ends on Friday, so build your bundle now.

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Tyler Smith
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  • Unless I’m mistaken (and I’m not), The Westminster Confession does not famously declare that “man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.” However, the Westminster Shorter Catechism almost does. It says, “man’s chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy him forever.”

Written by Tyler Smith