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  • Not of This Worldview: Poetry for the Kingdom Among Us - product image

    Not of This Worldview: Poetry for the Kingdom Among Us

    by Richard S. Briggs

    Paperback £9.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78959-158-3

    In poems that range from loose informality to tight structure, and from the humorous to the sombre, Richard Briggs seeks to let poetry open our eyes and ears to the strange and elusive work of God among us.

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  • A New Heaven and a New Earth: St Cuthbert and the Conquest of the North - product image

    A New Heaven and a New Earth: St Cuthbert and the Conquest of the North

    by Katharine Tiernan

    Paperback £12.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78959-125-5

    Caught between the Northumbrian rebels and their brutal new Norman masters, the Community of St Cuthbert at Durham is struggling to survive. The final novel in the Cuthbert trilogy, set at the time of the Harrying of the North, tells the story of the survival of the shrine and the foundation of Durham Cathedral.

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  • Place of Repose: St Cuthbert’s Last Journey - product image

    Place of Repose: St Cuthbert’s Last Journey

    by Katharine Tiernan

    Paperback £12.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78959-078-4

    A tale of violence and intrigue, revenge and reconciliation – and of true love lost and found. Set in the ninth century at the time of the Viking invasions, Place of Repose follows the flight of St Cuthbert's monks from Lindisfarne and their turbulent journey in search of a new home for the saint.

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Taking Back Control?

GUEST BLOG: #BookOfTheMonth author David Newman takes stock of what we have learned from a year of pandemic, and explores aspects of life in lockdown that he hopes will continue into the future. As spring has begun to show its colours of late, it has been impossible not to journey back a year a…

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Busking the Gospel in Secular Employment

GUEST BLOG: Self-supporting ministry is not a new phenomenon, but it has experienced renewed interest of late. Is this the model for twenty-first-century ministry? James M. M. Francis explores some of the issues. Busking the Gospel is a book on non-stipendiary or (as a now preferable term)…

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April #BookOfTheMonth: Growing Up into the Children of God

What does it mean for Christians to grow to be mature members of the body of Christ? Find out in our April #BookOfTheMonth, Growing Up into the Children of God. A strong, mature faith is vital for Christians and for the life of the Church. Written out of the experience of his personal faith …

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