Want to win a free copy of my forthcoming book?
Ummm…so, yeah…I guess I forgot to mention on my own website that I have a forthcoming book. Sorry about that. It’s co-written with my friend Elyse Fitzpatrick and called Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women. It will release to the world on February 4, 2020.
You can read the endorsements and find links to pre-order it on our fancy-schmancy new website.
So about those free books… To celebrate the new website, we’re giving away a free copy to five friends who help us share it!
“We like to think of ourselves as the main character — the heroes — of our own stories. However, in the decade we’ve been married, I have had a growing realization that finally dawned in a Michigan courtroom in January 2018. I married the hero. At the end of the day, I’m Rachael’s sidekick — and I couldn’t be any prouder to wear that title.” Continue reading ““My Wife Became My Hero” — A Model of Biblical Manhood”
This week the book Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments was officially released. I’m excited about the book, in part, because two friends of mine wrote it—Emily Jensen and Laura Wifler, the co-hosts and co-founders of Risen Motherhood. (I have the privilege of being a pastor to Emily and a member of the R|M Board of Directors.) But, I’m not excited about Risen Motherhood only because of these personal connections. Continue reading “Why Every Pastor Should Read “Risen Motherhood””
Are you a mom with children in the home who loves to read theology books? Or do you know moms who do?
I’m giving away my next gift certificate to the Westminster Theological Seminary Bookstore to one mom. (And WTSBooks has graciously agreed to match the amount, doubling the prize!!!)
For details and to enter, go here.
I’ll admit it: I never noticed the Daughters of Zelophehad—Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah—until my friend Elyse pointed them out to me. But, now that I’ve seen them, they are some of my favorite women in the Bible. They hold out valuable lessons for the church today. Continue reading “Sisters, Don’t Be Afraid to Ask: The Daughters of Zelophehad and Women in the Church”