Around the Web: Challies’ Book and Table Invites

The Next Story

Tim Challies is taking preorders for his forthcoming book The Next Story: Life and Faith After the Digital Explosion ($11.99 is a great deal –  Amazon has it priced at $13.59). I read it a few weeks ago, and it really is great stuff. Here’s my tongue-in-cheek endorsement:

As the co-author of 13 words in Tim’s new book, I’m very happy that he, with his skill as a writer, his experience with as a web designer, and his deeply informed, discerning faith, wrote the other 60,000.

The Table Project

I’ve also got 10 invites to the Table Project for church leaders who want to sign up before it officially opens in a few weeks. If you’re a church leader and you want to give it a try, just add a comment and I’ll email you one.

Update (02/10/2011 8:45am): They’re all gone. Thanks!

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John Dyer

In my day job, I work at Dallas Theological Seminary, and at night I write Bible software for countries whose leaders could be called "overlords." This one time, I wrote a book about technology and Christian faith. You can find out more about what I'm up to at

15 thoughts on “Around the Web: Challies’ Book and Table Invites”

  1. Hi,
    i enjoy reading your blog, which tipped me off to the Table Project – as part of a cluster of 6 churches in rural England, it looks like a really helpful tool for building community. I’d love early access if you still have a spare invite. God bless, Hugh

  2. Hey John, appreciate your endorsement. I am a small groups pastor dedicated to the challenge of raising awareness about the blessings of community…to those in the family of God…and those seeking community with God. I’d like a copy of Table Talk to help me in this endeavor.

  3. John, if you still have any Table invites, we would really appreciate one. I’m also looking for a lay-level book to give to some church leaders about technology, so I’ll definitely check out Tim’s.

  4. I would appreciate an invite to The Table if you still have one. Thanks for the heads up on Tim’s book.

  5. It appears you have 3 Table Project invites to spare. I’ll take all three…just kidding. These aren’t Everlasting Gobstoppers!

    Love an invite, seriously, as we were just planning to wait a few weeks for the release but would love a head start!

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