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Subject: Relationships

Relationships are changing, and the church is struggling to keep up. Many Christians are adrift, faced with a faith culture far removed from their experiences and a faith that finds itself in interesting times. What is the future for relationships between men and women? What will singleness and marriage look like?

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Subject: Biography

Dave lamb is about to take you on a roller-coaster ride. From drugs and drink, burglary and borstal to a faith-filled life with the presence of Jesus, this is one exciting adventure! From one supernatural event after another, one miracle after another the pace is breath-taking, but at the same time Dave is open and honest about the challenges and opposition he has had to face in the outworking of God’s will for his life.


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Subject: Prophecy

In Developing Prophetic Culture, Phil Wilthew articulates Gods heart for creating vibrant Churches and Christians who know how to hear Gods voice with great clarity. Using more than two decades of experience, Phil unlocks some of the keys to building environments that develop prophets and prophetic people in a healthy, Bible honouring and Jesus-centred way.

Subject: Autobiography

Emily Owen was a highly intelligent teenager who was also athletic and a skilled musician. Tragically, in her late teens she was diagnosed as suffering from Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2). Since then Emily has survived many complicated surgical procedures, been close to death, and seen the gradual erosion of all the abilities that defined her personality including the total loss of her hearing.

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Subject: Biography

Lizzie couldn’t believe it. She had just gone to the hospital for a quick check-up and now they told her she could die. The doctors had diagnosed Anorexia and that she must regain weight. Her life closed in around her, but all she wanted was to avoid food. Life Hurts tells Lizzie’s story, reflecting on it from her perspective as a doctor.

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Subject: Christian Living

Sent away to boarding school on his eighth birthday, Mark Stibbe watched his adoptive parents drive down a gravel road, leaving him standing in front of a huge country house with his trunk and his teddy. That night, already confused and frightened, he was given the first of four beatings in his first two weeks. This trauma of abandonment and abuse was to scar Mark’s life until his fifties, when divorce forced him to deal with he calls his ‘boarded heart’.

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Subject: Christian Living

The supernatural life that Jesus modelled is not reserved for a few ‘superstar’ Christians; it is meant to be the normal life for every believer. All Christians are called and equipped by God to see his Kingdom break in as part of their day-to-day life. Wherever they go, they can see people’s lives transformed as they demonstrate God’s love outside the four walls of the church.



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Subject: Children’s Books

A mix and match book for younger readers. The pages of this book are divided in two. By turning the pages, the reader tries to match up one half of an animal with the correct matching part. Some interesting combinations make the book fun, as well as revealing a world full of wonderful creatures that God has made.

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Subject: Christian Living

The aspect that need straining, more than any other in cross-cultural workers, is humility. Pride and mission are polar opposites. Pride pollutes mission, but the mission of Christ is humble mission. How dare we turn up with all the answers when you don’t even know what questions people are asking?

Subject: Christian Living

Sins, wounds, and demons are the three general areas where most, if not all, problems occur. Obviously, the solutions to each of these problems are different. In Breaking Through Barriers to Blessing, David Legge seeks to help you identify and overcome the hindrances to your progress as a Christian, releasing you to a life of blessing and fulfilment.



 

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Subject: Daily Devotional

Sanctuary is a collection of daily thoughts and insights designed to encourage the reader to come into the presence of God to praise Him, to hear Him and be healed and restored by the wonders of His love and faithfulness. Sanctuary is not meant at all to replace daily Bible reading but instead aims to stimulate, inspire and refresh you by helping you to go deeper into His love.


 

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Subject: Personal Memoir

Stand Against Injustice is the powerful memoir of the sister of Barry George. For the first time Michelle Diskin Bates tells her story, the human side and ‘truth’ behind one of recent history’s most high profile and damaging miscarriages of justice whose life is inextricably interwoven in the drama, the trauma, the conspiracy and the fight for justice.

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Subject: Memoir

John and Rita Helvadjian’s story is one of two people from different cultures, falling in love and marrying only to find that undercurrents from their past would eventually rise to the surface causing John’s mental breakdown. As you read about the struggles they faced, you will also find hope as they turn to the one who promises true freedom.

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Subject: Education

Living Fulfilled Lives is for anyone who wants to make a positive difference to the lives of those with a learning disability. This includes professionals, teachers, carers, parents, researches and the general public. It draws together skills and knowledge from different disciplines but without the jargon.

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Subject: Christian Living

Most people in Britain marry between the ages of twenty-five and forty-five. This is precisely the generation most likely to be absent from our churches, therefore a marriage preparation course, provides an opportunity for mission, particularly when so many non-Christians still desire to marry in church.

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Subject: Christian Living

Most people in Britain marry between the ages of twenty-five and forty-five. This is precisely the generation most likely to be absent from our churches, therefore a marriage preparation course, provides an opportunity for mission, particularly when so many non-Christians still desire to marry in church.

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Subject: Christian Living

Do you struggle with impure sexual thoughts? Would you like to be free? Coming Out Gold uses the analogy of the refining fire removing the impurities of gold. God is trying to get us to see our value in Him. We are pure gold to God because His blood removed all of the impurities in our lives and made us a brand-new creation in Christ Jesus.

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Subject: Christian Ministry

Wendy Mann unpacks how we can learn to lead out of our identity as sons and daughters of God, and the impact this has on those we invest in. What could churches, families and workplaces look like if we used our influence to champion the people around us? Learn to lead as a son or daughter and discover the joy of empowering others.

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Subject: Christian Living

This is the triumphant and powerful true story of one woman who has chose to forgive. At the age of ten, Alison Buttenshaw witnessed the brutal attack on her parents which left her father dead and her mother with multiple stab wounds. Prior to the attack, Alison was also robbed of her innocence through sexual abuse.

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Subject: Children’s Books

There are three great questions in life. Who am I? Do babies have beards? How can I dance like Aunty Helen? To discover the answers turn to page one of your Bible or read this story. It’s all about the image of God.

Subject: Children’s Books

Rude frog, falling log, soggy feet, building slog – these are just some of the challenges you may face today. So, what is the wise thing to do? To find out read these four stories from the book of Proverbs.

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Subject: Children’s Books

What on earth are you doing? Not sure? Well, leap on a giraffe and join Jesus, Cecil and the kids in this star-gazing, God-praising, a-mazing journey through Psalm 8.



 

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Subject: Children’s Books

Join Brown Cow, the shepherds and the wonderful welcoming people of Bethlehem town in this Christmas celebration. Based on the Luke 2:1-20 NIVUK translation, this biblical story is set in your traditional middle eastern home.

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Subject: Children’s Books

Don’t you love the joy of Christmas? But do you know about the sorrow? Join us as Joseph and Mary share how they fled to Egypt to save their son. When we remember Jesus’ birth, let’s not forget that Jesus was a refugee.



 

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Subject: Children’s Books

If you would rather sit at home watching TV than tell the people of Nineveh to “Stop being nasty - or else!”, You need to read Jonah’s story. It has everything: boats, storms, worms and a really cool whale that eats people.


 

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Subject: Children’s Books

He runs! He hides! He climbs! He’s stuck! Will Cecil ever get home? Will any of his friends miss him? To find out read, Cecil the Lost Sheep. Based on Luke 15:1-7, this story is great for teaching kids about God’s love.



 

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Subject: Children’s Books

Bertie the Buffalo is based on a true story of when a Water Buffalo escaped from a Buffalo Park in Dundee, Scotland. A rhyming book about the exciting adventures Bertie got up to and how safely returned home demonstrating how precious each of us is to God no matter how insignificant we feel.

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Subject: Biography

Born with a painful, undiagnosed disease, Mel was branded naughty and attention-seeking from birth, a label that stuck with her for life. Poor body image, a disastrous adolescence, adulterous marriage, divorce, a drug-addicted daughter and her ultimate death might be seen as negatives, But with God’s intervention, seeds sown eventually put down roots, blossomed, and bore fruit in her life.

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Subject: Christian Living

Mark and Cherith offer hope and healing to those who have fallen. They use the picture of kintsugi - the Japanese art of repairing broken cups using golden lacquer - to reveal how we are all cracked pots, but our loving Father is the Divine Potter, and in his hands, our fractures become the fissures through which his glory shines!

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Subject: Christian Living

The call to Christian discipleship is a call to adventure. Holy Habits explores the nature of that adventure through a rich mix of biblical material and inspiring stories. The nurturing role of the ten holy habits of discipleship as seen in Acts 2 is then explored. The ten habits are: biblical teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, prayer, giving, service, eating together, gladness and generosity, worship and making more disciples.

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Subject: Fiction

An Elegant Solution has threats to life and pursuit of a mystery that link it to a thriller, but equally it feels at times like a romantic comedy with the relationship that blooms between Theo and Charlie, as well as the obstacles that lay in its path. It covers sensitive issues such as autism and sexual assault, and more intellectual topics with maths, theorems, and bitcoin.

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Subject: Christian Ministry

Many of us have been wounded by past events that leave us hurt or haunted by shame or guilt. Jeannie Morgan points us to a living saviour, Jesus, who graciously gives us now what we lacked in the past so that we can go forward into the future with him.


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Subject: Love & Marriage

Marriage... the very word itself often evokes an emotional response depending, of course, on your own experience. This insightful tale by Lonny Carey shows how real relationships work out on the ground, with all their ups and downs, twists and turns, and highs and lows.

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