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How to Pray – Pete Grieg - £13.99
Pete Grieg is an award-winning Author and is the founder of the 24-7 Prayer Movement, which has spread into more than half the nations on earth. He has been teaching on prayer and leading the movement for over 20 years and has now put his life's work into this book which aims to help us learn to pray, which very few people find easy. It is a clear, accessible book for all seeking to enrich their prayer life.
L is for Lifestyle – Ruth Valerio - £9.99
This book is about Christian living that doesn't cost the earth. It looks at our lifestyle choices and explores how they have an impact on people and the environment across the world. The author shows us how we can make small changes which will ensure life is as fair and simple as possible. It is full of practical suggestions on how we can live in a way that is more consistent with the will of God.
Catching Contentment – Liz Carter - £9.99
Using her experiences as a person with a chronic health condition, the author shows us a radically fresh perspective of how we can live in contentment despite difficult circumstances. She teaches us that contentment is a conscious choice which is based on God’s truth that we are invited to embrace and apply.
Is This It? - Rachel Jones - £7.99
This book is aimed at young adults who may be asking questions such as 'Where is my life going?', 'Is God even there?', 'Am I failing at life?' It is a witty, engaging book that describes some of the challenges of modern Western life, and in a fresh way articulates how the Gospel of Jesus Christ meets us in our deepest desires and needs.
The Beauty of the Cross - Tim Chester - £6.99
This book focusses on Reflections for Lent from Isaiah 52 and 53, which contain some of the richest prophesies about the Cross of Christ. There are 47 short, stirring reflections that take us through the chapters, along with hymns and prayers. The reader is invited to gaze once more on Christ in all His beauty.
The Resilient Disciple – Justine Allain Chapman - £9.99
The Author shares her experiences of an 8-day retreat alone in the Egyptian Desert, and compares it to the desert experiences we may have in our own lives, such as illness and bereavement. She encourages us to begin a Lenten Pilgrimage which enables us to search within ourselves for the answers we seek, draw on one another’s strengths and reflect deeply, using prayer and Scripture readings, either as an individual or within a group.
Reconciliation – Muthuraj Swamy - £9.99
Dr Swamy offers a thoroughly Biblical guide to reconciliation - it's passions and problems, it's complexity and cruciality. He looks at old stories from new angles and sends us away with prophetic messages and Gospel wisdom on becoming people of peace. Within it's pages there is also a vibrant call to the Church to support and strengthen relationships among church members, build connections with different denominations and to maintain open attitudes towards our neighbours from other religions and ideologies.
Midwife of Borneo – Wendy Grey Rogerson and Barbara Fox - £9.99
This book tells the true story of nurse Wendy Grey who leaves her comfortable life to answer a call from people in Borneo to run a clinic in a place where many people have never seen a white woman. She gains the trust of the people and many people start coming to her for treatment instead of the local medical witches. Thanks to her detailed diaries, her amazing story can now be shared with the world.
From Now On - Rachel Mann - £6.99
This is a Lent Course for groups and individuals based on the hope and redemption found in The Greatest Showman. It examines how each of us face and can overcome doubt, temptation and prejudice and begin to live authentic lives. The course is split into 5 sessions including suggested clips from the film, discussion, questions, exercises and reflections. The Author is a Priest, writer, speaker and broadcaster with a particular interest in the relationship between popular culture and faith.
At Home in Lent - Gordon Giles - £8.99
Each day through Lent the Author presents us with a different item from the Christian home, using it to glean spiritual lessons from its use and history, focussing on the 7 R's of Lent; regret, repentance, resolution, recognition, reconciliation, renewal and resurrection. He desires us to find God in the normal, and sometimes mundane pattern of life.
Celtic Lent - David Cole - £8.99
A 40 Day Lenten Journey through the eyes and beliefs of the Celtic Saints, leading up to Easter. The Author provides us with a very different perspective on the Cross of Christ and draws us to see our own life journeys with a new and transforming vision. He uses Pastoral Letters, Monastic Rules, Poetry and the teaching of the Celtic Church to inspire and guide us through Lent.
End of Days by Wendy Alec - £8.99
A thrilling new novel in the Chronicles of Brothers series, this novel explores the potential future of mankind against the backdrop of three brothers fighting to save humanity. End of Days questions the value of technology and artificial intelligence in today's society and offers readers the chance to reflect on the past and future of Christianity.
The Season of Singing Has Come by Shaadia Firoz - £9.99
Born into a Russian Muslim family, Shaadia Firoz encountered Jesus after a successful yet hollow career as a performer. She converted to Christianity, inviting animosity amongst her friends as an apostate, but continuing in her determination to serve Jesus with her whole heart. The Season of Singing is a raw and honest true story of a courageous woman living her whole life for Jesus, no matter the cost.
We Need One Another by Jean Vanier - £9.99
A series of talks given by Vanier during a retreat in Nyahururu, Kenya, to “help each one of us to become messengers of peace, of mercy, and of forgiveness.” Thought-provoking and insightful, We Need One Another encourages readers to consider their faith in partnership with tragedy, loss, and the growing sense of hope.
The Bare Bible by Peter Grayston - £9.99
Perfect for those looking to uncover the Bible for the first - or maybe the hundredth - time, this book offers a jargon-free guide to the Scriptures. Written in Peter Grayston’s witty and engaging style, The Bare Bible offered an easy exploration of the Bible for anyone who has ever struggled with it's stories.
Journey With Me by Catherine Campbell - £12.99
'As surely as a winter blossoms into spring, God’s word will excite and guide us in the year ahead.' This book contains 365 daily devotions, drawing on personal stories and real-world concerns, as well as encouraging readers to contemplate the Bible and God’s word in the year to come.
The Bible for Minecrafters: Life of Jesus by Garrett Romines and Christopher Miko - £5.99
A brilliant and topical book that will captivate older children, The Life of Jesus combines the wonder of the Bible with the block-building game Minecraft. Illustrated with images from a Biblical world build by Minecraft master builders Garrett Romines and Christopher Miko, includes tales from Jesus’ life including the Nativity, the loaves and the fishes, and Jesus’ death and resurrection.
Bible Stories Gone Even More Crazy by Josh Edwards - £6.99
Were tour buses around when the Wise Men visited Jesus? It seems unlikely – but in this book, that’s exactly what happened. Filled with jokes and deliberate historical mistakes to entertain children as well as references to specific Biblical verses, Bible Stories Gone Even More Crazy is a fun way to teach children about the Bible from the Garden of Eden through to Paul’s shipwreck.
Courage by Stuart Townend (CD)- £12.99
The first new CD from Stuart Townend in four years, Courage is a remarkable and powerful album. Combining congregational worship songs with an exploration of wider issues such as loss and mental health, Townend’s work is inspiring and challenging, inviting listeners to reflect on their own pain and their ultimate connection with Christ.
Lifelines – Andy Croft and Mike Pilavachi £9.99
In this book Andy Croft and Mike Pilavachi help us to understand what the stories of Biblical Characters have to teach us about how to live lives full of faith and integrity today. Their stories took place thousands of years ago, but what their lives teach us has never mattered more.
See Love Be - Tim Stead £9.99
This is a book and CD/Download combination. Tim Stead is an accredited mindfulness teacher who seeks to explore how we can use mindfulness to move beyond our initial goal of functioning well to living a life marked by deep awareness, genuine compassion and ease of being. It is just as useful for those who do not have faith commitments as it is for those who do.
Follow Me - Ali Campbell e £6.99
A collection of 40 lively devotions looking at the disciple Peter. The Author considers the highs and lows of Peter's life and his relationship with Jesus, and how we can relate to Peter today. Each devotion has a Gospel reading, a reflection and a question or two for the reader to ponder upon.
Ordinary Miracles - Chris Lane £8.99
This is the story of a Church plant on an inner-city estate notorious for crime and deprivation. Through the work of the leaders, the last 18 years have seen Jesus’ hope and healing transforming even the darkest and most desperate situations.
Cross the Line - Ollive Baines and Liam Flint £9.99
This book is a set of interviews with football stars, demonstrating how some well-known players live out their faith on and off the pitch. It is refreshing read them talking openly and honestly about their faith, and how they manage to combine it with the fame and fast-living footballers are accustomed to.
Solitude - Terry Waite £9.99
After enduring nearly 5 years of solitary confinement, Terry Waite discovered he was drawn to finding out more about the power of solitude in the lives of other people. In this book he reflects on his encounters with people who have experienced solitude in very different ways. We can learn how solitude shapes the human soul and how it can be a force for good in our own lives if we can learn to use it well.
The Prayer Experiment Notebook - Miranda Threlfall-Holmes and Mina Munns £7.99
This is a fantastic book written by 2 adults, but with lots of feedback from young experimenters. Suitable for approximate age 8-12, it is designed to get young people praying in many different, creative ways. There are 20 different experiments to try, either individually or in a group, and there is space to write about the experience. To add to the already popular 'The Little Book of Prayer Experiments' and 'The Teenage Prayer Experiment Notebook'.
Bob Hartman's Astounding All-Age Bible Readings Bob Hartman £9.99
This is a fantastically fresh collection of Scripture retellings which fit in with all the special festivals in the Church Year in line with the Lectionary. Each script invites active engagement and hopes to enable the participants to understand passages of scripture with fresh eyes.
Staying in the Boat Jeff Lucas £7.99
In his many years in Christian Leadership, Jeff Lucas has learnt a great many lessons, which he wishes to share with us. He hopes that looking back in hindsight on the things he wished he’d learnt earlier on in his ministry may be of benefit to others. All written in his characteristically humorous way.
Intercessions Resource Book by John Pritchard £9.99
John Pritchard provides us with another wonderful collection of material to help those who lead intercessions in public worship and small groups, aiming to open the imagination and enrich the reader's own style of praying. It offers prayers covering each of the 12 months, major festivals and their seasons, special days and many different themes.
Paul - A Biography by Tom Wright £19.99
This eagerly awaited and widely acclaimed title from Tom Wright not only brings Paul to life but also places that life in the complex and overlapping communities within the Roman empire. In it, he traces Paul’s career from zealous persecutor of the fledgling church, through his journeys as the world’s greatest missionary theologian, to his likely death as a Christian martyr at the hands of Nero.
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