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Through January 22, get two John C. Maxwell leadership books for less than $3 each! Maxwell is a New York Times bestselling author of over 40 books, as well as an expert on what it means to be an exceptional leader at work, at church, and in your home. And now, you can get over 80% off two of his titles!

1. Be a People Person: Effective Leadership through Effective Relationships

When I hear the term “people person,” I automatically think “extrovert.” Which I am not. But is being a “people person” really defined by (and limited to) the introvert vs. extrovert distinction?

In this book, Maxwell explains how interpersonal relationships with those we interact with on a daily basis strongly impact our leadership abilities. So regardless of whether you find yourself being reenergized from time in a crowd or time alone, you have much to gain by learning to become a person who is relatable and personable.

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2. Be All You Can Be: A Challenge to Stretch Your God-Given Potential

This is an awesome resource that offers advice, encouragement, and inspiration to fully achieve your goals. Through four vital steps—know, show, go, and grow—Maxwell explains how to use your God-given talents to help you succeed. No matter your stage in life, this book is an essential read to stretch your strengths to their full potential.

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The Top 5 Biblical Resources for Staying Healthy in 2014

Spiritual FriendThere’s no doubt that one of the largest issues in American culture is obesity. Some would even say that our tendency to over consume has become the root of all evil as far as health problems are concerned. Couple this with an inactive lifestyle, and you get a recipe for disaster (no pun intended).

Many people view the new year as the perfect time to revamp their lifestyle and start living healthy. Thus begins a surge of people reading health magazines, rushing for gym memberships, and picking through the produce section at their local grocery store. But what does being healthy really look like?

Research reveals varying—and often contradictory—information on the best methods for eating and living healthy. Additionally, the barrage of “get fit” diet pills and solutions cause more confusion, often leaving a wake of discouraged and overwhelmed people. Where’s the best place to start if we want to get healthy?  Start spiritually—pray for motivation, then set goals and establish accountability.

Need a little more direction? We’ve rounded up our top five biblical resources to help you reach your health goals in 2014.

Top 5 resources for staying healthy this year:

1. The Daniel Plan by Rick Warren

Perfect for: everyone (especially groups!)

Focus on five key life areas to optimize your health. The Daniel Plan targets faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends. Combine these focal areas and find a multitude of resources that stand as the foundation for healthy living. The Daniel Plan calls for simplicity, and encourages reliance on both God’s power and biblical principles. Learn to transform and sustain your lifestyle individually, or better yet, in community with friends.

2. What the Bible Says about Healthy Living: 3 Principles that Will Change Your Diet and Improve Your Health by Rex Russell

Perfect for: anyone interested in biblical history and eating healthy

One area that has been often overlooked in the Bible is the biblical principles related to physical health. Dr. Russell looks deeply in to many of the Mosaic laws and finds medical explanations as to why God forbid or allowed certain foods. Learn the truth about grains, nuts, meat, fat, and sweeteners. Develop a biblical lifestyle to restore your health with this inspirational book.

3. Reshaping It All by Candace Cameron Bure

Perfect for: women of all ages

Move your faith to the forefront of who you are, make wise choices, and find worth in God’s eyes. In this book, Candace Cameron Bure inspires you to embrace a healthier lifestyle through recounting her own struggle with food and weight. Get practical advice on appetite and self-control from a biblical perspective.

4. Get Healthy, for Heaven’s Sake: 7 Steps to Living Strong, Loving God, and Serving Others by Lisa Morrone

Perfect for: those wanting to rejuvenate their life and increase their energy

Get balanced and practical advice for a healthy life. Learn about seven areas that will keep you healthy for years to come. This book focuses on weight loss, nutrition, posture, strength, flexibility, brain health, and rest. Add life to your years by strengthening your vitality and sense of meaning.

5. Setting Boundaries with Food: Six Steps to Lose Weight, Gain Freedom, and Take Back Your Life by Allison Bottke

Perfect for: anyone who wants to learn from someone who’s fought with their weight and won

Challenge yourself to turn away from the insanity of dieting and deprivation and instead focus on establishing a healthy relationship with food, yourself, others, and God. Using her popular acronym “S.A.N.I.T.Y.,” Bottke lays out practical steps to a healthy life. Examine your emotional and spiritual life in regards to food and your weight with Setting Boundaries with Food.

Get healthy this new year, and keep your resolutions with the help of these great titles! Download them on Vyrso today.

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Top 15 Authors to Watch in 2014


To get to the bottom of who’s who in the year to come, we reached out to the most popular Christian publishers and asked them who their top picks are for authors to watch in 2014.

Honestly, we couldn’t be more excited about the talent coming out this year. From names you’ve probably never heard before (but will soon), to already-burgeoning stars, this list represents our top 15 picks (in no particular order) of authors to watch in 2014. Enjoy!

Top 15 Christian authors to watch

1. Eugene Cho

Cho keeps a busy schedule: he’s the executive director of One Day’s Wages—a movement dedicated to alleviating global poverty—the founding pastor of Seattle’s Quest Church, a popular blogger, and the founder of Q Café—a nonprofit community café and music venue in Seattle. Add to this the three-book contract he just signed with David C. Cook, and Cho’s got an incredibly exciting year ahead of him. His first book, tentatively titled Overrated: My Personal Confession of Being More in Love with the Idea of Changing the World…than Changing the World is set to release in fall 2014.

2. Kyle Idleman

After the release of his hugely successful book, Not a Fanwhich sold more than half a million books and has been used in more than 10,000 churches—Idleman has two more books coming out this year: Aha: The God Moment That Changes Everything (March 2014) and Praying for Your Prodigal (August 2014). With endorsements from big-name authors like Max Lucado, Christine Caine, and Craig Groeschel, Idleman’s devoted following and writing career are poised for a huge boost this year.

3. Kevin DeYoung

DeYoung is a quickly rising star amongst new Christian authors. He’s the senior pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, he blogs at the Gospel Coalition and has already authored three powerful books:  Just Do Something, The Hole in Our Holiness, and the recently-released Crazy Busy, which is taking off quickly. His next book, expected to release in April 2014, is called Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me. It will offer a practical discussion on the Bible’s nature and key characteristics.

4. Shelene Bryan

Regarded as the female Bob Goff, Bryan is an energetic speaker and passionate advocate for helping needy children across the globe. But don’t just take our word for it—check out her TedX Talk, in which she details her spontaneous trip to a small village in East Africa. Her first book, Love, Skip, Jump: Start Living the Adventure of Yes, will be released in May 2014, with a forward by Francis Chan.

5. Dr. Andrew Davis

Although not a household name quite yet, Dr. Davis was recently  given the honor of speaking alongside some big-name Christian authors at the CrossCon conference, including John Piper, David Platt, David Sitton, and others. His first book, An Infinite Journey, has already received a glowing review from D. A. Carson and is expected to receive even more praise once it’s released January 10.

6. Fawn Weaver

As the founder of—which has twice been named the Best Marriage Site by—Weaver has created an online community of over half a million women across 110 countries who want to both break through society’s negative portrayal of marriage and share their desire for wedded bliss. Weaver recently traveled across six continents and 18 cities in search of the secrets of a happy, healthy marriage. Her first book, Happy Wives Club: One Woman’s Worldwide Search for the Secrets of Great Marriage (which releases today!), is a delightful collection of love stories and marriage secrets that span across cultures, and is sure to speak to Weaver’s already devoted fan base, along with millions of other women seeking the “sunny side” of marriage. Watch out for our interview with her next week on Vyrso Voice!

7. David Sitton

After publishing Reckless Abandon and founding—an organization that sends missionary teams to plant churches across the globe—Sitton has even bigger plans for global outreach in 2014. He has two new books slated to come out this year: a biography on his late mentor, Joe Cannon, a global missionary, followed by Ekballo—a book about being called to missions work and sharing God’s good news with the world.

8. Jon Weece

As the lead pastor of Southland Church in Lexington, KY, Weece oversees a congregation of over 12,000 members. He is known as both a phenomenal writer and creative leader, helping to organize events like the “Jesus Prom”—a special “prom” night for the physically and mentally disabled. Although the very down-to-earth Weece has managed to keep a low profile over the last few years, he’s made a lot of connections with fellow Christian authors and pastors, and is expected to make a big impact once his first book, Jesus Prom, is released in November 2014.

9. Caleb Breakey

In Breakey’s first and highly successful book, Called to Stay, he took a refreshingly honest look at why millennials are leaving the church—and why they need to stay. In his followup book, Breakey is expected to take on this same candid approach to the world of dating. In Dating Like Airplanes: Why Just Fall in Love When You Can Fly, he maps out a new way to approach dating that’s both romantic and Christ-focused. Breakey’s journalistic background gives him a step up on his writing skills, and his frequent conference-speaking appearances have made him a passionate leader—look out for big things from Breakey in the years to come.

10. Jim Burgen

As the lead pastor of the second-fastest-growing church in America, Burgen sees more than 15,000 people file in an out of his weekend services. In his first book, No More Dragons: Get Free from Broken Dreams, Lost Hope, Bad Religion, and Other Monsters, he asks modern churchgoers to cast aside the trivialities of “churchiness” and replace them with the substantive questions that ignite spiritual transformation. His book releases April 2014.

11. David Lomas

Lomas is the lead pastor of one of the most unchurched cities in America: San Francisco. After coming to Christ following a life of drinking and drug dealing, Lomas is focusing his first book on finding identity in Christ. The Truest Thing about You: Identity, Desire, and Why It All Matters is slated to release this spring by David C. Cook.

12. Gloria Furman

Furman is a wife, mother of four children, and active blogger for The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, and Domestic Kingdom. In 2008, she moved to the Middle East to plant Redeemer Church, where her husband serves as head pastor. In 2013, she released her first book, Glimpses of Grace: Treasuring the Gospel in Your Home, and her second book, Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full will release March 2014. Speaking from her own experience as a missionary in the Middle East, she brings fresh humor and a vibrant spirit that speaks to busy and tired wives and mothers everywhere.

13. Stormie Omartian

On top of having a bookshelf full of already-released books, which have sold more than 28 million copies, Omartian is expected to be Harvest House’s biggest author this year. All of her Power of Praying books are getting a facelift with new chapters and fresh insights. Look out for deluxe editions of books like The Power of a Praying Wife, The Power of Prayer to Change Your Marriage, and The Power of a Praying Church.

14. Peter Hubbard

Love Into Light: The Gospel, the Homosexual and the Church was one of Vyrso’s bestselling books of 2013 and was also just listed in Tim Challies’ Top Books of 2013. Even though this was Hubbard’s first major book release, he wasn’t afraid to tackle one of the church’s most controversial topics—homosexuality— with both passion and care. At the cusp of 2014, this book is still gaining traction and is getting the author fired up for a followup title.

15. Jamie George

On top of being a life coach and lead pastor, George has been speaking to youth and adults across the nation and around the world for over 20 years. In his first book, Love Well: Living Life Unrehearsed and Unstuck, set to release by David C. Cook this summer, George reveals deeply personal stories about overcoming shame and hopelessness, and discovering love and freedom in Christ.

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Vyrso’s Top 20 Reader Favorites of 2013


This year’s 2013 Reader Favorites have arrived! Here’s what this year’s list reveals: John Piper never disappoints (which is why he appears on the list a whopping eight times), marriage and relationship resources are a must, and most of all, our readers love free books (and rightly so).

In the spirit of keeping our readers happy, we’re offering a bunch of Vyrso’s 2013 Reader Favorites either at a big discount, or totally free! This is your perfect opportunity to get Vyrso’s most-downloaded books of 2013 at an amazing discount. Start building your 2014 reading list with these titles today!

Get all 20 books for $76.18—that’s only $3.80 a book! Download all 20 2013 Reader Favorites now!

2013 Reader Favorites

1. A Holy Ambition: To Preach Where Christ Has Not Been Named by John Piper—get it free

2. The Experience by Henry and Richard Blackaby—get it for $9.99

3. Love to the Uttermost: Devotional Readings for Holy Week by John Piper—get it free

4. Preparing for Marriage: Help for Christian Couples by John Piper—get it free

5. Alive to Wonder: Celebrating the Influence of C. S. Lewis by John Piper—get it free

6. Ten People Every Christian Should Know by Warren Wiersbe—get it for $2.24

7. Freedom from the Lies You Tell Yourself by William Backus and Marie Chapian—get it for $2.24

8. I Believe in Heaven: Real Stories from the Bible, History and Today by Cecil Murphey and Twila Belk—get it for $9.74

9. 30 Words: A Devotional for the Rest of Us by Jarrid Wilson—get it for $1.99

10. The Twenty-Piece Shuffle: Why the Poor and Rich Need Each Other by Greg Paul—get it for $9.74

11. Offworld by Robin Parrish—get it for $5.24

12. Take Care How You Listen: Sermons by John Piper on Receiving the Word by John Piper—get it free

13. Disability and the Sovereign Goodness of God: Resources from John Piper by John Piper—get it free

14. Love, Sex, and Lasting Relationships by Chip Ingram—get it for $9.09

15. Sanctification in the Everyday: Three Sermons by John Piper by John Piper—get it free

16. God Knows My Name: Never Forgotten, Forever Loved by Beth Redman—get it for $8.44

17. Wednesdays Were Pretty Normal: A Boy, Cancer, and God by Michael Kelley—get it for $9.99

18. Who Jesus Is and Why It Matters by Jim Wallis—get it for $2.24

19. Still Not Professionals: Ten Pleas for Today’s Pastors by John Piper—get it free

20. Lion of Babylon by Davis Bunn—get it for $5.24

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This has been Vyrso’s most exciting year yet! Check out all of our top picks from 2013:

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Win an iPad mini, Logos 5 Gold, and Mark Driscoll’s Real Marriage!

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The Real Marriage conference is an annual event hosted by one of today’s most candid Christian couples: Mark and Grace Driscoll.

Based on their #1 New York Times best-selling book, Real Marriage: The Truth about Sex, Friendship & Life Together, this honest and down-to-earth conference offers life-changing tips for strengthening your marriage and relationships, while growing closer to God. Be prepared to tackle tough issues and learn about real relationships from a couple who’s experienced—and heard—it all.

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The conference takes place February 21-22 in Roseville, CA. Can’t make it to the main event? Not a problem—use code LOGOSRM to get 10% off when you register for the live simulcast!

This is the perfect opportunity to get your small group or church together to learn about establishing godly and emotionally healthy relationships. The more people you get to register, the more your cost per person decreases! Use code LOGOSRM to register for the simulcast now!

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Get ready for the conference by downloading Real Marriage for only $9.99 and the participant’s guide for only $5.99. These two books are packed with practical advice and address some of the most common—yet rarely discussed—marital issues, like pornography, honoring your spouse financially, how to be your partner’s best friend, and even the “can we do that?” sex questions you’re too scared to ask your pastor.

Register for the Real Marriage simulcast using code LOGOSRM, and download Real Marriage and the accompanying participant’s guide today!

Enter to win!

To kick-start the Real Marriage conference, we’re partnering with Unveiled Wife to give away Logos 5 Gold, an iPad mini, and copies of Real Marriage and the Real Marriage Participant’s Guide! This giveaway ends the day before the conference starts—February 20—so don’t wait. Enter to win today!

Entry closes February 20. We’ll select and notify the winner February 21. If you win and you already own Logos 5 Gold and/or any of the above-mentioned books, you’ll receive credit in place of the prizes. The winner will need to fill out a W-9 in order to claim their prize. By entering the giveaway, you’re opting in to receive emails from Vyrso and Logos. 

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Vyrso Exclusive Interview: Mark Driscoll on the Death of Christendom

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Mark Driscoll is, hands down, one of the most talked-about pastors of our time. As the founding pastor of Seattle’s Mars Hill Church—one of the fastest growing churches in America—Driscoll has never shied away from discussing the issues that matter most to him—regardless of how controversial they may be. Driscoll is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Real Marriage, a frequent contributor to the Washington Post and Seattle Times, and was named one of the 25 most influential pastors of the last 25 years by Preaching magazine. His latest book, A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future?, provides a revealing look at today’s church and what it needs to survive in the post-Christendom world.

1. What was your inspiration for writing A Call to Resurgence?

I love the church, and I want to help. More people need to meet Jesus so they can enjoy new life today and eternal life in the future. It kills me to see Christians wasting time on silly arguments and petty infighting while there are people dying and going to hell. At the same time, the church’s role in society has been greatly diminished. We need unity and single-minded focus more than ever before, but sadly it seems we’re content to argue ourselves to death. I’ve been guilty of this as well and this is a message I’m preaching to myself.  I want to give Christians a vision for passionate, active ministry that’s all about Jesus.

2. Your new book opens with a chapter titled: “Christendom is Dead: Welcome to the United States of Seattle.” Why did you start your book this way?

Many Christians in America live in places where it looks like Christianity is alive and well—the suburbs, the Bible Belt—so many don’t realize the seismic cultural shift that has taken place in the past ten years. As I use the term in the book, Christendom describes a society where Christianity exists as a “civil religion” that provides a common moral and social framework. We don’t live in that world anymore, and we need to face facts and adjust in order for ministry to be effective in this new context.

3. What does Seattle represent to you in regard to Christendom?

It’s a bit of a case study for the rest of America. Seattle represents the destination where the rest of the nation is heading, ideologically speaking, and this change is happening very, very quickly. In general, people here are very excited about sex, spirituality, and same-sex marriage, but not so excited about children, chastity, and church. Any talk of absolute truth and sin and repentance is rejected as hate speech. Of course, this presents a number of challenges for faithful Christians who want to see more people meet Jesus, and these challenges are no longer limited to Seattle.

4. In your new book, you say that our society is fundamentally at odds with Christianity—what positive opportunities does this present for Christians?

For generations, Christianity in the form of civil religion maintained a false sense of health thanks to padded stats, which included large swaths of the population that professed a faith they most likely did not possess. If we can learn anything from the life of Judas, it’s that not everyone who identifies with Jesus is actually on the team. Christianity used to come with certain social benefits—politically, financially, and relationally—and there were great tangible incentives for those who claimed to be Christian, attended church, contributed financially, etc. Now the opposite is true. Nobody’s going to pretend to be a Christian because the cost is higher and increasing by the day.

We can view this as a positive development for a number of reasons. For one thing, Christians that remain are more likely to be genuinely committed to Jesus. Also, as culture drifts away from Christendom and toward a worldview that is in many ways antithetical to the Bible, the message of the gospel will appear more scandalous, unique, and clear than at any other time in the history of our country.

5. How do you define “evangelical tribalism,” and what dangers does it pose to the church?

We aren’t one big group anymore with one key leader. We live and worship in tribes, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But because tribes have a tendency to circle the wagons and fight against one another rather than mobilize together for growth, we’ve unknowingly contributed to the rapid demise of Christendom in America, in spite of ourselves. We’ve lost sight of what’s really important, and the priority of the gospel has gotten lost in the shuffle as each tribe tries to shout the loudest to make its own particular point about something else. Meanwhile, Christians are a minority in an increasingly hostile host culture, and the sooner we accept that reality, the better off we will be. We have to stick together around the big issues, stop wasting our energies on infighting, and start investing our energies in evangelizing. Bible-believing, Jesus-loving, sin-repenting, mission-serving Christianity is not just about what we believe, but also about who we get excited for and what we emphasize: Jesus!

6. What’s next for you?

My priorities are 1. Christian, 2. Husband, 3. Father, and 4. Pastor. I’m always seeking, by God’s grace and with wise counsel from others, to keep these in order in very practical ways. With our five kids now ages seven through 16, we are in very crucial years where I have to be focused and present. This window of opportunity is not open forever. Also, our church continues to mature and expand, which requires a lot of time and energy. I’ve handed off a lot of my other duties to focus on these priorities for the next season, as I want to stick close to Jesus, Grace, our Fab Five, and the church family. In 2014, I’m very excited to preach through James, learning about Jesus from his bold little brother. I’m asking Jesus to allow us to baptize more people than ever, and we’re opening new churches in three different states: Washington, Arizona, and California. There are many other wonderful things I could be doing, but for now I want to do a few things well by God’s grace as I grow and learn along the way.

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Take a deeper look into the realities of the modern church: download Driscoll’s latest book, A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future? for 40% off on Vyrso!

Then check out his other best-selling titles, including Real Marriage, Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe, and Who Do You Think You Are? Finding Your True Identity in Christ.

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We’ve pulled out all the stops to get you the tools you need to be successful in the new year and save money doing it! Through January 10, we’re offering 13 of Beth Moore’s best-selling books for free! Plus, you can get two other titles for up to 60% off. Just download the free Vyrso app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices, and start taking advantage of free books!

Believing God Day by Day: Growing Your Faith All Year Long

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Do you take God at his word, or simply believe in him? Believing God is one of Beth Moore’s best-selling books—and this latest update offers an uncomplicated day-by-day reading plan explaining how God’s plan for his believers’ lives spreads the gospel to all. Get this thought-provoking devotional and learn to develop an understanding of God’s plan for your life.

Breaking Free Day by Day: A Year of Walking in Liberty

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Throw off the chains that bind you and gain power over sin and doubt. Breaking Free Day by Day empowers you to cling to the freedom found in Christ and uses the truth of God’s Word to help you identify and overcome the enemy’s strongholds in your life. This devotional packs the most powerful content from Beth Moore’s bestseller, Breaking Free, into a daily-reading format to start your day off in God’s presence.

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Praying God’s Word is Beth Moore’s best-selling release to date! Now the wisdom provided in her book is available to you in a convenient devotional. Learn to pray fervently and directly from Scripture with Praying God’s Word Day by Day!

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3 Simple Resolutions that Will Impact You Beyond 2014

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1. Less screen time, more talk time

Fifty-six percent of Americans own smartphones. I fall into the latter 44 percent, and I still spend way too much time monitoring my digital “friendships.” Facebook is a great channel to stay in the loop with people whom I otherwise would have lost touch with. But it boggles my mind when I see a couple out to eat, sitting right across from each other with their heads down, scrolling through their newsfeeds. STOP. Look at the people around you and talk to them. Listen to their daily challenges. Be excited with them when they have good news to share. Give advice. Receive advice. Start being more concerned about how your life actually is, rather than how it’s perceived by others.

2. Be kind—regardless of your circumstances

This is a simple idea, yet so easily dismissed in our words and actions every day. You are not entitled to a rude attitude. We are all human beings dealing with the curveballs life throws at us (Proverbs 15:1).

Kindness is not a sign of simplemindedness, weakness, or naivety.  It’s simply another clue that you have something deeper in your heart that overflows your soul with joy—Jesus Christ. So whether it’s a stranger, a coworker, or someone you’ve known for years, give them a smile, a few words of encouragement, or even assistance carrying their groceries. You never know what a blessing you may be to them.

3. Set resolutions beyond January 1

January 1 is here, and it will come again. But don’t let 2015 be the next time you set new goals. January 1 may be the first day of each year, but it’s still another date that only comes once a year—just like the other 364 dates. So set goals, and set them often. If you want to have a healthier lifestyle, a more disciplined Bible study, or a better relationship with loved ones, start right away! Avoid excuses of weekends, vacations, or the holidays to delay plans. Life is flying by, so start making strides toward better habits every day.

What are some of your New Year’s resolutions? How do you plan to achieve them? Let us know in the comments!


Need a little extra encouragement or advice? Take a look at these devotions, designed to help you grow in your daily walk of faith:

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Last Chance: Get 70% Off 24 Days of Vyrso Bundles!


Take advantage of the final 24 hours of the 24 Days of Vyrso sale—choose from 24 bundles for 70% off. The sale features over 140 books from 65 different authors, including A. W. Tozer, Mark Driscoll, John Piper, J. I. Packer, Tony Evans, D. A. Carson, R. T. Kendall, and many more.

The new year is here, and for many people, this means a time of new opportunities and renewed strength. It offers hope and encouragement to press on toward becoming a better person and overcoming abandoned goals. The advent of the new year also means additional stress for those who endeavor to keep their New Year’s resolutions. Strengthen your resolutions with these bundles:

Personal Devotional Bundle (Day 15)

God longs to spend time with you. With this bundle, you’ll get two devotionals and a journal to encourage you to walk with God every day and pursue an intimate relationship with him. If you’ve resolved to read devotions daily, the Personal Devotional Bundle is the perfect resource to keep you on track in 2014!

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In the Mark Driscoll Bundle, the head pastor of one of the fastest growing churches provides clear insights for tough questions about the New Testament, God’s character, church leadership, and some of the biggest misconceptions about Christianity.

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20 Best-Selling Vyrso Books of 2013


This year’s top 20 list has finally arrived! From marriage devotionals to pastoral resources to leadership guides, this year’s top 20 Vyrso books offer practical and powerful advice for the modern Christian life.

If you’re looking for a little help with this year’s resolutions, this list is the perfect place to start. These titles are ideal for finally getting that small group started, improving your ministry, or making a habit of daily devotions.

Top 20 best-selling books of the year

1. My Daily Pursuit: Devotions for Every Day by A. W. Tozer

2. A Couple’s Journey with God by Bill and Pam Farrel

3. Center Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in Your City by Timothy Keller

4. Who Do You Think You Are? Finding Your True Identity in Christ by Mark Driscoll

5. Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas

6. Real Marriage: The Truth about Sex, Friendship & Life Together by Mark and Grace Driscoll

7. Follow Me: A Call to Die. A Call to Live. by David Platt

8. Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples by Francis Chan

9. Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe by Mark Driscoll

10. Sticky Church by Larry Osborne

11. The Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler and Jared C. Wilson

12. Accidental Pharisees: Avoiding Pride, Exclusivity, and the Other Dangers of Overzealous Faith by Larry Osborne

13. Risk Is Right: Better to Lose Your Life Than to Waste It by John Piper

14. Sticky Teams: Keeping Your Leadership Team and Staff on the Same Page by Larry Osborne

15. The Front Line: A Prayer Warrior’s Guide to Spiritual Battle by John Bornschein, Dion Elmore, David Butts, and Kathy Branzell

16. Pursue God: How Do You Develop a Thriving Relationship with God? by Poncho Lowder

17. Counting the Days, Lighting the Candles: A Christmas Advent Devotional by Elyse Fitzpatrick

18. Revolution: Jesus’ Call to Change the World by Michael L. Brown

19. Not a Fan: Becoming a Completely Committed Follower of Jesus by Kyle Idleman

20. Love into Light: The Gospel, the Homosexual and the Church by Peter Hubbard

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