A Good Old Age
A Good Old Age
Old age often gets a bad press. Associated with grumpiness, aches and pains, loneliness and isolation it's not something we particularly look forward to or relish when we're there. Pastor and Bible teacher, Derek Prime, himself in his 80's, shows us that there is another way to view old age. He guides us through 26 Christian priorities that we should hold to in later life. With biblical wisdom and practical advice, he helps us to navigate the unique challenges and joys that old age can bring. This is a book to dip into, mediate on and read prayerfully as you let the truths it contains gently transform the way you live your old age.
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God Cures
God Cures

The numbers are staggering. More than a billion people live with chronic pain. Yet the perfect human body was created to repair and heal itself. Why are so many millions of people living well beneath healthy? Why does homeostasis seem … Continued

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Billy Graham Homecoming Celebration
Billy Graham Homecoming Celebration

The Gaither Homecoming videos have reintroduced the power of hymns and gospel music to millions around the world. In fact, more Homecoming videos were distributed in the year 2000 than any other product in the world. Now the Gaithers have … Continued

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Meeting God in Mark
Meeting God in Mark
This wonderful book shows how Mark's beautiful and subtle Gosple still challenges our understanding of God. How God works in our lives.
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Tidings of Comfort and Joy
Tidings of Comfort and Joy

Pam Rhodes’ personal collection of the carols, readings, poems and amusing stories that make Christmas special – for her, and all the family. Come along in and join the fun!

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The Recovery of Joy
The Recovery of Joy
'Recovering Joy' involves more than following our social codes and conventions. It involves walking with God at our right hand, step by step in the radiant light of his presence. It involves remembering that we have already arrived at our destination - the safety of our Father's house - even as we continue on the pilgrim road that takes us through life. It weaves imaginative story and profound reflections on a selection of psalms to trace a journey that many of us will relate to. The narrative begins in rootlessness and despair and takers a wanderer across the seato a series of islands. These are the setting for a succession of events and encounters through which emerges a progression from that initial rootlessness, through healing, to a rediscovery of the joy of feeling at the centre of God's loving purpose for our lives. Naomi Starkey is a priest in the Church of Wales currently living and working on the Llyn Peninsula.
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the way
the way

If you want to get to the heart of what it means to follow Jesus, the Beatitudes are a good place to start. Carl Beech uses his honest and accessible style to explore Matthew 5. He considers how we can … Continued

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Hope when it Hurts
Hope when it Hurts
invitation to see the light of Jesus in the darkest times.
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Jesus
Jesus
The Life and Ministry of God the Son.
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Sale! What About Other Faiths?
What About Other Faiths?

Today our multi-cultural society forces Christians to be aware of those with other, equally strong religious convictions. In this challenging and popular book, Martin Goldsmith answers all the hard questions facing Christians in this area, drawing on both biblical material … Continued

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Prayer that has the Power to Change Your-Life
Prayer that has the Power to Change Your-Life

Soloman prayed for wisdom, The blind prayed for Mercy, Samuel prayed for guidance, Jesus prayed for all believers. These plus 46 more powerful prayers of the Bible are included in this book. Each encouraging reding highlights a prayer from the … Continued

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