The Divine Rescue: Now in Costco Stores in Texas (July-Aug 2010)

By Matt Dabbs

by Edward Fudge
July 1, 2010

We are happy to announce that THE DIVINE RESCUE is now in Costco discount stores throughout Texas. This is the perfect opportunity to buy in quantity at a good discount — for gifts, classes, reading circles or discussion groups! (Your purchases in Texas will also encourage Costco to place this book in its stores nationwide.)

Calvin Miller reports: “I read it all in a single sitting and was blown away!” John Michael Talbot finds it “scholarly, heart-warming, and approachable for the average Christian.” Max Lucado says: “Edward Fudge guides us through the sweetest of stories — God’s relentless pursuit of his fallen people. The drama is real. The drama is ours and, thanks to Edward, the drama is captured on paper.”

Sixty short chapters make it the ideal book for any room in the house — 236 pages take you from Creation to new heavens and new earth — 58 substantive pages focus directly on Jesus Christ! For more readers’ comments, or to see book cover and chapter headings, go to www.EdwardFudge.com/written/divine_rescue.html.

Major Costco locations in Texas include Arlington, Austin, Duncanville, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston (3), Lewisville, Plano (2), Rockwall, San Antonio (2), Selma, South Austin, and Southlake. THE DIVINE RESCUE is also available from Family Christian Stores, Books-A-Million, Mardel’s and Lifeway Christian Stores.


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Matt is the preaching minister at the Auburn Church of Christ in Auburn, Alabama. He and Missy have been married 12 years and are raising two wonderful boys, Jonah and Elijah. Matt is passionate about reaching and discipling young adults, small groups, and teaching. Matt is currently the editor and co-owner of Wineskins.org.

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