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Posted by Ros Clarke, 14 Feb 2020

Fight Valiantly! and the Fight Valiantly Study Pack are currently half price.

Fight Valiantly! Contending for the Faith in the Bible and in the Church of England is now available for just £5. The Study Pack, which includes 10 copies of the study guide, along with the book, is also half-price, at just £10. Bag your bargain today! The Kindle version of the book is also half-price at £2.99.

Here’s why this book is so important for all church leaders and church members to engage with today:
“The Christian faith today is under attack both from ‘Christians’ and from outsiders… This book will broaden your understanding and strengthen your perseverance.”
Ben Kwashi, Bishop of Jos in Nigeria, and General Secretary GAFCON

“Fight Valiantly! is a clarion call which all Christian leaders, lay and ordained, urgently need to hear and to which all need to respond in action.”
Stephen Hofmeyr QC, Barrister and Secretary to the Church of England Evangelical Council

“We don’t like contending, but sometimes faithfulness to Christ requires that we must. This book helpfully takes us to the Bible to show us why and how. An excellent resource for individuals, PCC members, and whole churches.”
Vaughan Roberts, Rector of St Ebbe’s Oxford and Chairman of the Proclamation Trust

“Anglicans pray regularly, ‘help us, with all your saints, to contend for the truth and to grow into the likeness of your Son.’ All those in Anglican leadership, and the churches they serve, will be grateful for this courteous, constructive, and comprehensive account of what contending faithfully involves.”
Johnny Juckes, President of Oak Hill Theological College, London

“Lee Gatiss writes with passion, and compassion, on how to contend for the gospel. He helpfully reminds us that the role of laity is key, not only in contending for the faith (whether locally or in General Synod), but in protecting and working alongside their clergy… I warmly commend it.”
Dr Chik Kaw Tan, Member of General Synod (Lichfield Diocese)

“This book will equip our churches to contend for the gospel both with greater biblical courage and with godly integrity.”
William Taylor, Rector of St Helen’s, Bishopsgate and Chairman of ReNew

Ros Clarke is Associate Director of Church Society and Course Leader of the Priscilla Programme

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