I’m so very excited to announce that the first book in my Like An Anchor Study Guide series is available for preorder. The Beatitudes releases on June 22nd, and you can order an ebook copy now. If you’d rather have a print copy, then you’ll need to wait until June 22nd to order it (for some reason I can’t set up a preorder option for print books).
This book has been a labor of love for several months now and I’m so happy I can finally share it with you all. If you read my blog series on The Beatitudes that started back in September of last year, then you’ve already seen the first draft of this book. The Study Guide version expands on those posts in each chapter and includes discussion/journaling prompts. The book also has a brand new introduction and conclusion, as well as scripture lists with each chapter to provide a starting place to continue studying each Beatitude on your own. Here’s the official description:
It’s safe to say most Christians are familiar with the Beatitudes. Yet even these short, well-known “Blessed are …” phrases contain a treasure-trove of Biblical truth that can deepen our faith and our understanding of the gospel. In this study guide, you’ll find chapters that dive deep into the historic and Biblical context for each beatitude, questions to use as journaling prompts or book club guides, and a wealth of scripture references to support your personal study of God’s word.
As an anchor keeps a ship from drifting with the changing waters, so does a defining belief in God help us ride the waves of life. In this study guide series, we cast our anchors deep into God’s word to seek stability and truth in Him.
In preparation for this books release, I’m looking for volunteers who would be willing to read and review this book before the release. I’d email you a free, PDF copy of this book and ask that you post reviews online by the end of June. If you are interested in this opportunity, please fill out this form:
ARC Request Form for The Beatitudes (now closed)
Please note that I will be closing this form on June 8th, two weeks before the release date, so if you’re interested please apply before then. Ideally, I’m looking for people who could post a review of this book to Goodreads before or shortly after the release date and to Amazon shortly after the release date. Sharing the review on a personal blog or promoting the book on social media is also much appreciated, but not required.
If you’re not interested in reviewing and promoting this book but you’d still like to read it, you can preorder the book through the Amazon Kindle Store. The paperback will be available for order on June 22nd (which is also when the Kindle copy will be automatically delivered if you preorder the book).