The Freebie Round-Up #60


It’s the last week of November and it’s Christmas month next week! Yay! It will be a busy month for all of us as we anticipate the holidays. Let us take the opportunity to be more Christ like despite focusing our attention to the upcoming festivities.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.


Free leader’s guide “The Way Forward” by Joe Barnard – Well the actual book is not yet release but you can download this free leader’s guide that breaks the book into 10 weeks of study for small group. And while you on it, check out some quotes from the book here.

FREE printable “My Bible Primer ABC’s” by Raising Covenant Children – This free primer is based on the New England Primer that let’s kids see essential Bible themes in an alphabet.

FREE ebook “Faith Blueprints: A Practical Guide to Culture” by Brent Knukle and John Stonestreet  –  And the freebie is back. Read this good book and you can dive into it in this sort of Cliff Notes version.


FREE study guide “Westminster’s Confession and Catechism” – Glad someone post this on an FB group that I may share it to you. Download for free 20 week syllabus and watch video sessions of this study.

FREE tons of new resources from Log College Press– LCP is busy updating new free stuff so they put the collection in one blog post. New materials and authors to get some biblical insights with a Presbyterian perspective.


FREE e-book “The Church is A Family” by AAron Armstrong and Chris Surratt-  This is a very short free ebook but a good read presented by The Gospel Project.

Free e-book “J. I. Packer: An Evangelical Life” by Leland Ryken- This month’s free ebook from Faithlife takes us to the life one of the foremost Christian theologian of our time, J. I. Packer. If you have an account with Faithlife, it will automatically save this ebook in you account and you can read it online.

By the way, to my Pinoy friends do you want to learn how to self-publish your book? Here’s a step by step video from Loida Bauto an AVM survivor and a PWD vlogger:

Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:

Freebie Round-Up #59

Freebie Round-Up #58

Freebie Round-Up #57

Freebie Round Up #56

Freebie Round Up #55

Freebie Round-Up # 54

Freebie Round-Up #53

Freebie Round-Up #52

Freebie Round-Up #51

Freebie Round-Up #50

8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “The Way Forward” by Joe Barnard


I’m back with lots of great news for you. Well I won’t tell it now but I’ll share it in a couple of weeks or so. All I can say to it now is: it’s massive.

Anyways, here’s some quotes from the 2020 release book, The Way Forward by Joe Barnard published by Christian Focus. Stay tuned to this blog for upcoming book review and information on ordering this book.

“If seen and appreciated with a heart of faith, the glory of God will affect the soul of a man in two ways. First, it will humble a man. Second, it will inspire a man.”

“The problem is not that men don’t love God or that men don’t value spiritual maturity. The problem is that they love minor goods more than the Greatest Good and that they value little things above the Chief Thing. At the end of the day, love always wins. Whatever a man loves most will direct the course of his life. If a man loves wrongly, he will live wrongly.”

“Being captivated by the glory of Christ is the secret to mounting a coup against a false god. “

“Christians are called to narrow their worship and to invest their spiritual devotion in a single god, in spite of the idols around them. The calling is difficult. The only way ultimately to avoid being taken captive by an idol is to be captivated by Christ.”

” Once a man is captivated by the glory of Christ he will sacrifice anything, endure anything, to be near to Christ, know Christ, and please Christ. He will declare, ‘Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you’ (Ps. 73:25-6). “

“Whoever does not desire Christ above all will not be willing to give up all to have Him. This is no exaggeration. This is the honest truth, a truth that contemporary men need to hear.”

“If men do not have a clear and true perspective of the Christian life, they will not understand what they are attempting, and thus the attempt itself will be naive and ill-measured.”

“Nothing is more basic to Christianity than the need to live by faith, not sight, which is to say by long-term, not short-term vision.”