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9Marks Explained : A Letter From Mark Dever

9Marks at T4G: eBooks and more!


Next week, 9Marks will be in Louisville, Kentucky, at Together for the Gospel 2012 (T4G 2012). As we have done at past T4G conferences, we will have a 9Marks exhibitor booth located in the main exhibition hall. Various 9Marks staff members will be on hand throughout the conference, so make sure to stop by and say hello!

This year, we are excited to announce the release of our 9Marks Journals in eBook format. At T4G 2012, we will be officially unveiling these Journals on the Nook and the Kindle. 9Marks staff members will be available to provide additional information and demonstrate how it works. As a bonus, we'll be doing giveaways of Nooks and Kindles to a select few T4G attendees! For more information on this, you'll need to stop by the 9Marks booth.

But that's not all, friends! Thanks to our friends at Crossway and LifeWay, various 9Marks books will be available for sale and for free in the T4G bookstores. More information about book sales and giveaways will be available at the conference.

And of course, we are thrilled that our very own Mark Dever will be delivering a plenary address during the T4G conference. In addition, various other 9Marks authors will be speaking as well. Thabiti Anyabwile will be be delivering a plenary address. Michael Lawrence, Mike McKinley, and Mack Stiles will each be leading breakout sessions.

T4G 2012 will take place April 10-12 in Louisville, Kentucky. As always, we are excited about the opportunity to partner with many friends to take part in the Together for the Gospel conference. If you are planning to be at T4G, we encourage you to come see us and take advantage of the opportunities we're offering. Please pray that Lord would bring about much fruit from the conference as a whole, as well as 9Marks' specific involvement.

We'll see you in Louisville!

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