Win a Free Book – The Happy Christian by David Murray

The Happy Christian is…

A unique combination of biblical teaching, scientific research, and personal biography shows those who follow Jesus how to live joyful, purposeful lives.

In The Happy Christian, professor and pastor David Murray blends the best of modern science and psychology with the timeless truths of Scripture to create a solid, credible guide to positivity. The author of the acclaimed Christians Get Depressed Too, Murray exposes modern negativity’s insidious roots and presents ten perspective-changing ways to remain optimistic in a world that keeps trying to drag us down.

The Happy Christian invites readers to shed negativity and become countercultural missionaries by demonstrating the positive power of the gospel in their lives. (HT: Hand & Heart)

If you would like to enter to win a copy (paperback if you are in the contiguous US – digital if you are elsewhere) here’s what you need to do:

  • Comment below regarding why you want to read this book or how you have recently experienced joy in the Lord.
  • Like this blog post.
  • Re-blog this blog.
  • Follow me on twitter – @CWoznicki – and tell me why you want this book.
  • Retweet this blog post.

I will be announcing winners towards the end of this week. Good luck!

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4 thoughts on “Win a Free Book – The Happy Christian by David Murray”

  1. I would like to read this book because I recently heard Dr. Murray on a podcast talking about it, and it sounds like it would be a huge help in understanding both my and other’s dealings with depression in the world.

  2. I would Love to read this book because positive out looks and happiness is not an easy thing to experience or understand these days with everything happening around the world, and if this book could help me reach a point where i do im in!

  3. While usually positive (even slightly so before conversion, but definitely so since) I have lately observed that the concerns of the world and the difficulties faced as a husband, father, and overworked employee have started to steal and sap my joy. This book seems like a good reminder and tool for re-centering on the Gospel of Christ and the joy He offers through it – even in less than obvious ways.

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