Are you ready to experience some of the most life-giving, perspective-changing, hope-filled days of the entire year?
During the 40 days leading up to Easter, over 50,000 people from around the world joined the #LentChallenge—a fast and furious adventure through the entire New Testament.
Even if you didn’t participate during the #LentChallenge, you can still read the New Testament in 40 days, too. We’ve created a free PDF download reading guide for the New Testament that can be used throughout the entire year.
And if you did join us for the #LentChallenge, we have something special for you, too. After slews of requests, we created a PDF reading guide to read the entire Old Testament in 40 days.
I believe in these 40 days, God wants to speak to you through Scripture. He has words that are written just for your heart, just for this time, and just for what’s coming around the corner.
As a gift to you, we want to offer you a 40-Day New Testament Reading Guide and 40-Day Old Testament Reading Guide for free.
To download your copy of the 40-Day New Testament Reading Guide and the 40-Day Old Testament Reading Guide:
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This week I’m giving away THREE copies of Heather Zempel‘s new book, Amazed and Confused.
Heather is the discipleship pastor at National Community Church in Washington, DC. She lives on Capitol Hill where she can be found searching out the best barbeque joints, watching college football, and enjoying theater with her husband Ryan. Heather is the author of Sacred Roads and Community is Messy. You may recognize Heather’s name if you joined us for the #LentChallenge—she led us with words of wisdom and Scriptural insights each day on her blog, here.
Most people have prayed for something or someone in earnest, seeking God’s will, only to be left confused by God’s response. Sometimes we ask, “Why would a good God allow bad things to happen to good people?” In Amazed and Confused, Heather Zempel tackles this question head-on by exploring the book of Habakkuk.
This interactive Bible study through Habakkuk is the perfect choice for those who are hurting and confused about God’s responses to their prayers.
To win a copy of Amazed and Confused, leave a comment on this original blog post at MargaretFeinberg.com. The winner will be selected and announced on Wednesday.
Congratulations to the winners: Todd Johnson, Stacia Dunning, Shalina
How has Scripture left you both amazed and confused?