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  • Cross Purposes: Reflections for Good Friday - product image

    Cross Purposes: Reflections for Good Friday

    by Kevin Carey

    Paperback £12.99 £10.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-908381-11-8

    A collection of thought-provoking reflections inviting us to contemplate the events of Good Friday in new ways. The reflections are diverse, from Peter’s clumsy fear to the Seven Last Words.

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  • Mission From Below: Growing a Kingdom Community - product image

    Mission From Below: Growing a Kingdom Community

    by Dr Janet Hodgson and Stephen Conway (foreword)

    Paperback £12.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-910519-77-6

    A radical and controversial challenge to the top-down leadership models that are so widespread in the church, instead making the case for a new model of people-driven servant leadership, guided by the Holy Spirit towards kingdom growth rather than church growth.

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  • Living Prayer: Learning to Pray in Daily Life - product image

    Living Prayer: Learning to Pray in Daily Life

    by John Davey

    Paperback £5.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-910519-61-5

    A gentle introduction to praying in our daily lives. This little companion helps anyone struggling with their prayer life to overcome what can seem like formidable challenges of praying regularly.

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  • Pre-order The Paradise Tree: Personal Prayer through Poetry - product image

    Pre-order now! The Paradise Tree: Personal Prayer through Poetry

    by John Davey

    Paperback £9.99 Special pre-order price!
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-910519-64-6

    A beautiful devotional companion about the experience of God and giving expression to our inner spirituality. Creatively mixing poetry, prose and scripture, this book will challenge preconceptions about the nature of God, heaven, hell, intercessory prayer, and the relevance of human existence within the vastness of an unfathomable universe.

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  • Hope in Dark Places: Poems about Depression and the Christian - product image

    Hope in Dark Places: Poems about Depression and the Christian

    by David Grieve

    Paperback £7.99 £6.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-910519-67-7

    Raw and deeply moving poetry about living with depression as a Christian.

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  • The Summer of ’39 - product image

    The Summer of ’39

    by David Lowther

    Paperback £9.99 £6.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-910519-70-7

    A tale of spies, terrorists and blossoming young love—an epic adventure set in the final months of peace before WWII. Britain is under attack on two fronts. The IRA is mounting a bombing campaign on the mainland, and agents of the German Secret Service are collecting vital information to help them if war breaks out.

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The inside story on “Mission From Below”

GUEST BLOG: Dr Janet Hodgson’s new book is a radical and controversial challenge to the top-down leadership models that are so widespread in the church. We asked Janet what inspired her to write Mission From Below. This true story of two Loreto Sisters working alongside one of the most…

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The Crucifixion: a personal or public matter?

GUEST BLOG: Is the Crucifixion a personal or public matter? Kevin Carey, author of Cross Purposes, reveals his thoughts. The tragedy of Reformation Protestantism is that it both confirmed and then gave new impetus to the notion that Christianity fundamentally concerns the relationship between God…

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Living Cathedrals

GUEST BLOG: Do cathedrals still matter in the twenty-first century? Bishop Stephen Platten shares why they are still popular, but also the challenges they face. Stephen is the editor of Holy Ground, a new book which was cited extensively in the draft Church of England report on cathedral governan…

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