Free Friday – – Counseling Materials

Happy Friday everyone! This week’s Free Friday actually includes four books at no cost.  Earlier this week, we launched a sale on many great counseling resources.  Within that sale, we included four free resources that anyone can add to their library.

To view this sale, plus to find the free offers, just go to this site…

Have a wonderful weekend!


Free Friday! Studies in the Sermon on the Mount

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $12.95, is Studies in the Sermon on the Mount. Click here to download.

Studies in the Sermon on the Mount includes Oswald Chamber’s treatment of Christ’s great discourse. Referring to the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke, the author considers the words of Christ and how the power of the Spirit enables a believer to live those words out.

About the Author
Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) was a prominent Scottish minister and teacher. While studying at University, Chambers felt called to enter the ministry, and, in 1911, he founded the Bible Training College in Clapham in London. Shortly thereafter, Chambers applied to become a YMCA chaplain in hopes of serving the wounded soldiers of World War I. Accepted as a chaplain, he ministered to Australian and New Zealand troops in Egypt until his death in 1917 of appendicitis.

Free Friday! Lands of the Bible

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $29.95, is Lands of the Bible. Click here to download.

Much more than just another look at Biblical geography, this book was a landmark in the previous century and is an excellent study today. This well-written book chronicles McGarvey’s observations on his trip to Palestine in 1871. It is thoroughly illustrated and was McGarvey’s most popular work. This is a must-have for any student of the Bible.

About the Author
John William McGarvey was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, on March 1, 1829. Throughout his life, he served churches as a pastor, a university as a Bible chair, and the general body of Christ as a writer. He is the author of a Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles, Four-Fold Gospel, and the The Authorship of Deuteronomy.

WORDsearch – Mac OS Sierra Download Instructions

If you have either WORDsearch 10 or WORDsearch 11 and need to get a new download link to work with the new Mac OS — Sierra — then please see the PDF link below.  If you have any questions on things, feel free to call our tech support team at 1-888-854-8400.


Free Friday! Journey into a Faith that Works

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $6.95, is The Journey Series: Journey into a Faith that Works. Click here to download.

In this 13-lesson study of James, you will discover how to deal with many of life’s issues, such as problems, temptation, money, prejudice, anger, misuse of the tongue, social injustice, etc.. This epistle is basically a manual on having a “faith that works.” Lesson titles include:

  • The Purpose for Our Problems
  • Turning Down Temptation
  • How to Get the Most from the Bible
  • The Folly of Favoritism
  • How to Know You Are a Real Christian
  • Taming Your Tongue
  • Improving Your Relationships
  • Praying Powerfully
  • Conquering Conflict
  • Shunning the “Sins in Good Standing”
  • Practicing Patience
  • How To Manage Your Money Wisely

Free Friday! Parsons Bible Atlas

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $9.95, is The Parsons Bible Atlas. Click here to download.

The Parsons Bible Atlas is a unique, interactive Bible study tool. The book’s atlas includes detailed information on over 100 biblical people, places, stories, and kingdoms. It also includes hundreds of shorter articles in a dictionary-like section that features pronunciations, definitions, cross references and more.

The book also features a maps section. Each full-length article in the atlas portion of the text links to a relevant map. Each map lists the cities, geographical regions, seas, and more in a side-bar; click on the particular place you want to see, and a box will be drawn around that location for easy pin-pointing. Additionally, if you’d like to see where the biblical location exists today, simply press the Google maps toggle button, and you’ll instantly see the present-day location of a biblical location. Want to get back to the atlas? No problem, because it will remain open next to your map – unless you choose to close it. Want to start with the map, then move to the atlas? Each map’s side-entry is linked to the relevant article.

This resource is sure to assist you in your Bible studies!