Ten Free at the Baptist21 Panel

It’s a fact of life, everyone loves free stuff. That’s why we are pumped about the freebies you will get next Tuesday if you register for the Baptist21 panel at the SBC 2014. For the price of lunch ($15), you will get more than ten free books and resources from our sponsors, as well as the chance the win an Amazon gift card, an ipad mini, and more! Register here.

Here are the free resources you will get!

  • The Big Picture Interactive Kids Bible
  • Life on Mission by Dustin Willis & Aaron Coe
  • Crazy Busy ebook by Kevin Deyoung
  • Manhood Restored by Eric Mason
  • Jesus Hates Religion by Alex Himaya
  • Recovering Redemption by Matt Chandler
  • Vibrant Church by Danny Akin
  • Autopsy of a Deceased Church by Thom Rainer
  • Building a Theological Library by Danny Akin
  • Measure of Success by Carolyn McCulley
  • Questions and Ethics by Russell Moore
  • WA Criswell’s 12 best sermons on DVD
  • Midwestern Seminary’s Church Planting Survival Guide

Also, Southwestern Seminary will have a booth at the Baptist21 panel where you will receive great resources. More info here.

  • Dying to Preach by Steven Smith
  • Preaching Tools by David Allen
  • 5 Years worth of audio CDs from Southwestern’s Expository Preaching Workshops

 

We are so thankful for our sponsors. Without their support our panel this year would not be possible.

Unable to make it to Baltimore? No worries! We’re also giving away $100 to Amazon just for tweeting about it. No gimmicks! Just free stuff. Info here.

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Ronnie Parrott

Ronnie Parrott serves as one of the pastors at Cross Church in Northwest Arkansas. He is the Pastor of Discipleship at the Fayetteville Campus of Cross Church. Ronnie has a BS in Student Ministry from Boyce College and is completing a Master's of Divinity in the Billy Graham School of Missions and Evangelism at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Ronnie is married to Marci and they have 5 children, Jack (6), Anna Kate (4), Hudson (3), Silas (2), and Smith (due February 2014).

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