September 2012 Posts

Free Kingdom Man Sermon Kit from Tony Evans

Tony Evans’ new book, Kingdom Man, has been a big seller among both men and women alike since it released earlier this year—challenging men to develop and maximize qualities of biblical manhood in their lives and to teach their sons to do the same. It’s power-packed from the very first sentence: “A kingdom man is the kind of man that when his feet hit the floor each morning the devil says, “Oh crap, he’s up!”

Now, Tony Evans has created a sermon kit for pastors who want to preach through these principles. One pastor just wrote: “We started the series last week and the response was outstanding. The outlines are very helpful and as always your analogies are the best. We are located in a small rural town in southern Illinois, but the problems we face are identical to the rest of the nation. Many have been lulled to sleep with indifference, but this series is waking up souls. Thank you.”

 Free downloads, including six sermon outlines, video illustrations, web banners, power point templates, etc. are available now from Tony Evans’ ministry. Also, look for a new book by Dr. Evans and his daughter, Chrystal Evans Hurst, Kingdom Woman, coming next year.

Here is the link to the download page:

http://go.tonyevans.org/free-kingdom-man-sermon-kit

This Month in Tyndale History: September Edition

It’s September and we’re continuing our year long 50th anniversary celebration.  Make sure you check out our special 50th Anniversary page on our main site – www.tyndale.com/50th. You can share your own Tyndale memory or enter our special 50th Anniversary giveaway.

Here’s some notable Tyndale September events over the past 50 years.

September 1963

Virginia Muir begins working at Tyndale House part-time. She is the first employee outside the Taylor family. Through the years she will hold a number of positions in the company, including Ken Taylor’s secretary, managing editor, and Bible editor. In September of 1988 Virginia retired after 25 years of faithful service, most recently as managing editor and Bible editor.

 

September 1988

Tyndale publishes six books by Grace Livingston Hill in the Living Books line. This is the beginning of a publication program that will eventually include about 100 of Mrs. Hill’s romances.

September 1995

Tyndale publishes its first hardcover novel—Left Behind by Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye. It sells 83,000 copies in hardcover within six months and becomes the springboard for an entire series. Within the first two years more than 500,000 copies of Left Behind and Tribulation Force have been sold.

Tyndale 50th Anniversary Giveaway – September

To celebrate Tyndale’s 50th anniversary, for the rest of the year we’re going to be giving away some of the products that have a significant place in Tyndale’s history.

We’re giving away two copies of each of these books.

Scroll to the bottom to learn how to enter to win.


Let’s Roll! by Lisa Beamer

 

Redemption by Karen Kingsbury

 

Fill out the form below to enter to win one of these books. We’re giving away one book for each week in August. Winners will be contacted on October 1st.

 

Fresh Air by Chris Hodges – 10 Book Giveaway

We’ve all gone through times in our lives when we feel like we need a fresh breeze to breathe new life into us—in our work, in our marriages, with our kids, in our friendships, and maybe at church. We’ve all been drawn to people who exude a kind of positive, life-giving spirit. We’ve also seen the difference between environments that exude a fresh air-like atmosphere and those that don’t. But what is it? What is that energy-giving, life-breathing force that draws you, inspires you, and empowers you to be all God made you to be? And how do we get it? How do we put the wind in our sails again, so we can get unstuck, reclaim our compass, and redirect our course? In Fresh Air, Chris Hodges, founder and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama, reveals how breath—the breath of God—is the essence of life as it’s meant to be. Fueled by the breath of God, we are not only refreshed in spirit ourselves; we have the power to create a life-giving environment of freedom and joyful purpose around us. Both practical and inspiring, Fresh Air offers “breathing lessons” for those who long for a cool breeze to resuscitate their spirit, bring them closer to God, and move them toward becoming the people He made them to be.

To celebrate the launch of Fresh Air by Chris Hodges, we’re giving away 10 copies. Fill out the form below and help us spread the word about this excellent book to enter.