Christian Focus Across The Web – January 17, 2014

This week’s highlights are below:

Richard Barcellos Interviewed on The Confessing Baptist Podcast – Be sure to listen to Richard Barcellos’ recent interview on The Confessing Baptist Podcast talking about his new book book from our Mentor imprint titled The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace: More Than a Memory. You can stream or download the interview at ConfessingBaptist.com.

New Review of Dale Ralph Davis’ The Way of the Righteous in the Muck of Life – So often the reviews we see coming in are only for our most recent titles, but it’s always exciting to get a new review of one of our more tenured books. Here’s a snippet from Spencer Robinson’s recent review of The Way of the Righteous in the Muck of Life:

“I enjoy all of Davis’ writings. He always has good application that’s taken from the text. It’s never some far-reaching, ethereal idea. It’s straight from the text. I can see it. Plus, he’s pretty funny (especially in his other commentaries). He can be sarcastic, and it’s great. A commentator who’s actually fun to read.”

Read Spencer’s full review at spoiledmilks.wordpress.com.

Kudos from a Few Customers – We often receive e-mail messages from our customers sharing their appreciation for one of our books. Here are a few of the recent comments:

“[Jesus Rose From The Dead – The Evidence] is brilliantly written, succinct, and brilliantly arranged. There were some ideas in it that I hadn’t considered. Could you please convey my thanks to Catherine?”

“I’m halfway through Peter Barnes’ Lamp unto my Feet and want to commend him for writing it, and you for publishing it. An outstanding and very helpful work.”
-Professor David Robb, The University of Auckland

Plans to Celebrate Missionary’s Life on Centenary of her Death (STV News) – STV News has a brief piece on the life of Mary Slessor, who passed on into glory 99 years ago this past week. You can view the clip at news.stv.tv. Here are a few of our books that will introduce you to the fascinating life of Mary Slessor:

Mary Slessor: What Is It Like? by Catherine MacKenzieMary Slessor Servant To The SlaveWomen of Faith and Courage

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