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Cover to Cover Lent Study Guide (For Small Gr...
£5.99
Participant's Journal: Living Life in the Spi...
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£9.99
Reflections in Critical Christianity
£9.95    £12.95
(Cover to Cover Lent Study)
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£5.99
A Group Study Course for Advent.
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£7.99
CWR Advent Book for 2019
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£5.99
(Cover to Cover:31 days for Advent)
£4.99
An Advent Study Course for Men.
£5.99
A Lent Course based on the film I, Daniel Bla...
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£6.99
Luke 22-24 (Good Book Guide)
£3.49
A group Lent course based on the book of Jona...
£1.99    £6.99
Leaders Manual: Living Life in the Spirit Tod...
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£8.99
Living Life in the Spirit Today ( A Nine Week...
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£14.99
(Cover to Cover Lent Study Guide) 2021
£5.99
Cover to Cover Advent Study Guide
£6.99
A Lent Course Based on Mary Poppins Returns
£6.99
(Cover to cover Lent Study Guide 2019)
£4.99    £5.99
A Passion for Christ (Michael Baughen)
For small groups and individuals this Lent These 6 sessions explore how we can identify with Christ's sufferings A journey into a more meaningful Lent Season for 2020 This Lent, let's renew our passion for Christ. Paul's letters to the Corinthians revealed how passionate he was for Christ, for knowing Christ, for the Church of Christ and for everyone to follow and serve Christ. His own personal comfort was of secondary importance. He was more than willing to follow his Lord even if this meant much personal suffering. Michael Baughen reminds us that 'we share abundantly in the sufferings of Christ' (2 Cor. 1:5). Can we really identify with His sufferings? Most of us live lives of plenty, comfort and choice, so what does this really mean? Over six studies, we will consider how, as followers of Christ, we can: share in the sufferings of Christ be a Church marked by love and holiness share the hope of the gospel shine the light of Christ's glory use suffering as a personal testimony give our lives as a living sacrifice to Christ
Cover to Cover Lent Study Guide (For Small Groups or Personal Use)
£5.99
Saints Alive! (John Finney & Felicity Lawson)
Since its first release in 1982 Saints Alive!, produced in association with ReSource (previously known as the Anglican Renewal Movement), has been completed by around 350,000 participants with countless testimonies of people finding faith for the first time, rediscovering their love for the Lord, or experiencing a richer and deeper experience of the presence and power of God. Saints Alive! introduces people to faith in God through the power of the Holy Spirit, helping them to be integrated into the life of the church and moving out into ministry in their everyday lives. A nine week course for churches and groups of any size, it does not matter how much or how little people know about the Christian faith – all are welcome. Starting with the experiences of those in the group, Saints Alive! takes the leaders and participant’s on a voyage of discovery. It begins by considering our relationships, and in particular our need for God in the centre of our lives. Two sessions look at Jesus – what He taught and what He did, particularly studying the cross and the empty tomb, and then two sessions focus on the work of the Holy Spirit and His significance for our life today. Session six offers a time of ministry when people can respond to what they have learnt and receive whatever ministry is right for them, before the concluding sessions which explore how we can grow as Christians in fellowship with others in the Church and begin to minister to people you know. With a leader’s manual, optional videos, and a journal for every ember with teaching, Bible readings, and space to record their thoughts, Saints Alive! has been used by hundreds of thousands all over the world and with this new edition it will be used more widely still. John Finney was the Suffragan Bishop of Pontefract before his retirement. He served in several parishes and was then appointed Advisor in Evangelism in the Diocese of Southwell. Prior to his appointment as Bishop in 1993, he served nationally as the officer for the Decade of Evangelism. John has lectured widely, including for the DMin course at Fuller seminary in Pasadena, and is a well-regarded author. In retirement, he continues to minister as an honorary assistant bishop within the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham. Felicity Lawson worked in a parish, taught in a theological college, and was Director of Training, Dean of Ministry, and Director of Ordinands in the Diocese of Wakefield before being ordained and becoming vicar of two parishes on the edge of Leeds. Along with John Finney, she is one of the authors of Emmaus: The Way of Faith, and has run many courses on nurture and discipleship. Felicity enjoys retirement ministry in the Diocese of Leeds and especially her involvement with Scargill House and ReSource.
Participant's Journal: Living Life in the Spirit Today (A Nine Week Course for Churches and Small Groups)
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£9.99
Acting in Solidarity: (Anthony G. Reddie )
A lively resource book of original sketches and studies suitable for group work. The exercises presented introduce problematic or challenging aspects of Christian theology and practice, with a particular focus towards those who might describe themselves as marginalized, whether on grounds of race, gender, poverty, sexuality or geography. The use of drama and humour allows difficult topics to be raised and explored. Sections cover bible study, pastoral care, racial justice, black theology, ethics and action. Theologically broad and inclusive, Acting in Solidarity will be an essential tool for theological educators, community workers, youth workers and clergy, and all those who are looking for new material to help make the Bible and Christianity come alive for a contemporary audience.
Reflections in Critical Christianity
£12.95
At the Cross (Abby Guinness)
In this Cover to Cover Lent study guide we consider the experiences of six Bible characters who witnessed the crucifixion of Jesus. Their stories and responses can help us find a fresh perspective on the death and resurrection of Jesus and the wider implications of what was achieved for individuals and all humanity. Discover a creative approach to exploring the Bible, with textual and historical insights alongside group discussion topics and personal application.
(Cover to Cover Lent Study)
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£5.99
Forgiving and Forgetting (Nick Fawcett)
A series of Advent studies on the themes of giving, getting, forgiving and forgetting.
A Group Study Course for Advent.
Out of Stock
£7.99
Journey to Christmas (Cover to Cover)
Pete Greig & the 24/7 Prayer team will help guide you this Advent This Cover-to-Cover study explores Advent for Christians new and seasoned Designed for small groups and individual reflection Over the course of 30 days, 'Journey to Christmas' this Advent with people caught up in the drama of Jesus' birth. Read the stories of Elizabeth and Zechariah, Mary and Joseph, and the Shepherds and Angels. P.R.A.Y. each day by pausing and reflecting on scripture, asking for what we and others need and yielding to God's will. Authors include Pete Greig, Phil Togwell, Carla Harding and Jill Webber
CWR Advent Book for 2019
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£5.99
My Beloved Son (Michael Baughen)
Small group Bible studies based on Hebrews.
(Cover to Cover:31 days for Advent)
£4.99
Not for the Faint-Hearted: (Michael Apichella)
A male-themed Advent course
An Advent Study Course for Men.
£5.99
Nothing More and Nothing Less (Virginia Moffatt)
For small groups or personal Lent journeys Based on the film 'I,Daniel Blake', this guide champions justice and compassion Ideal for inspiring readers to find the Christian response to today's societal ills Nothing More and Nothing Less is a new and original Lent course by Virginia Moffatt, which uses the powerful, multi-award winning film I, Daniel Blake, directed by Ken Loach and written by Paul Laverty, as an opportunity for us to question why so many people in our society are suffering, what causes injustice and oppression – looking at examples from Jesus' time as well as today – and what we can do in response. The course is based around five weekly group sessions entitled: • Systems of Oppression • Staying Human • Compassion in the Darkness • Fighting Back or Giving In? • The Suffering Servant Each session includes suggested clips from I, Daniel Blake to watch as a group (with timings for a DVD or film download), reflection points and discussion starters, a suitable Bible reading and prayers, and a short section of suggestions for ways in which course members could make a positive practical response.
A Lent Course based on the film I, Daniel Blake
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£6.99
Passion (Mike McKinley)
What difference does the cross of Jesus Christ make to the way you live? It's easy to know that Jesus' death has changed your eternal life completely, and yet still be missing something important when you think about the cross. The New Testament teaches that Jesus death is not only great for the future, when we die; it changes how we live today, too. The events of Christ s final day can transform our every day, shaping every detail of our lives: suffering, success, money, marriage, everything. This six-study Good Book Guide looks at the twenty-four hours before Jesus death through the eyes of Luke s Gospel. There are no wasted words, spare characters or unimportant moments. Every aspect of Jesus final day will change our hearts and challenge our lives. Let his Passion stir yours.
Luke 22-24 (Good Book Guide)
£3.49
Roger's Diary (Patrick Coghlan)
Roger's Diary is a series of imaginative and sometimes humorous resources to help groups prayerfully, reflectively and in the power of the Holy Spirit seek what God is saying to them through the book of Jonah. The six sessions of this group Lent course look at the nature of God and how that affects our personal Christian journey: • Called to serve • Hard times • Crying out to God • A fresh start • True repentance • Loved and valued
A group Lent course based on the book of Jonah
£6.99
Saints Alive! (John Finney & Felicity Lawson)
Since its first release in 1982 Saints Alive!, produced in association with ReSource (previously known as the Anglican Renewal Movement), has been completed by around 350,000 participants with countless testimonies of people finding faith for the first time, rediscovering their love for the Lord, or experiencing a richer and deeper experience of the presence and power of God. Saints Alive! introduces people to faith in God through the power of the Holy Spirit, helping them to be integrated into the life of the church and moving out into ministry in their everyday lives. A nine week course for churches and groups of any size, it does not matter how much or how little people know about the Christian faith – all are welcome. Starting with the experiences of those in the group, Saints Alive! takes the leaders and participant's on a voyage of discovery. It begins by considering our relationships, and in particular our need for God in the centre of our lives. Two sessions look at Jesus – what He taught and what He did, particularly studying the cross and the empty tomb, and then two sessions focus on the work of the Holy Spirit and His significance for our life today. Session six offers a time of ministry when people can respond to what they have learnt and receive whatever ministry is right for them, before the concluding sessions which explore how we can grow as Christians in fellowship with others in the Church and begin to minister to people you know. With a leader's manual, optional videos, and a journal for every member with teaching, Bible readings, and space to record their thoughts, Saints Alive! has been used by hundreds of thousands all over the world and with this new edition it will be used more widely still.
Leaders Manual: Living Life in the Spirit Today (A Nine Week Course for Churches and Small Groups)
Out of Stock
£8.99
Saints Alive! (DVD) (John Finney & Felicity Lawson)
Saints Alive! introduces people to faith in God through the power of the Holy Spirit, helping them to be integrated into the life of the church and moving out into ministry in their everyday lives. A nine week course for churches and groups of any size, it does not matter how much or how little people know about the Christian faith – all are welcome.
Living Life in the Spirit Today ( A Nine Week Course for Churches and Small Groups)
Out of Stock
£14.99
The Prayers of Jesus (Amy Boucher Pye)
CWR's Lent Book for 2021 This year's Cover-to-Cover helps you turn to Christ's prayers for nourishment You'll find new ways to deepen your faith over Lent This Lent, refresh your relationship with God by exploring the way Jesus Himself prayed to His Father. Focusing on six of the prayers of Jesus leading up to the central events of our faith, encounter the Saviour in a new way and reach new depths of intimacy with God in prayer. Through six sessions, experience more of God’s presence as you pray and reflect on Jesus’ journey to the cross. Each session includes: Warm up suggestions Setting the scene Bible readings Session focus sections Discussing starters Prayer exercises
(Cover to Cover Lent Study Guide) 2021
£5.99
Unexpected Jesus (Anna Robbins)
During Advent season, we often sing, "Come thou long-expected Jesus...". We put up the same decorations, sing the same carols, lay out the same creche; we imagine what it was like to welcome Jesus into the world on that silent night. So peaceful. So lovely. But what if everything was not as it seems? What if Jesus actually challenged everyone's expectations of what a Messiah would be like, how he should arrive, what he would do? What if he was born in a house with a family, in a noisy bustling town and not a quiet stable? What if he was more interested in those who were outside the religious and social establishment than those who were in it? What if looking closely at the scriptures overturns our expectations of Advent and Christmas in a way that changes us forever?
Cover to Cover Advent Study Guide
£6.99
Where the Lost Things Go (Lucy Berry)
A film-based course for small groups over Lent Lucy Berry turns to Mary Poppins Returns as a way to understand big faith questions A great resource that helps you read the Bible in a new way Where The Lost Things Go is a 'practically perfect' Lent course for small group study – or for reading on one's own – based on the popular film Mary Poppins Returns. Poet and minister Lucy Berry skilfully draws out some of the themes of the Oscar-nominated movie (which stars Emily Blunt, Ben Whishaw and Lin-Manuel Miranda) and shows how we can consider them more deeply alongside passages from the Bible. The course is based around five weekly sessions, entitled: Were we dreaming? Belief and unbelief This can't be happening! Loss, denial and acceptance The Banks children? Or the Bank's children? Lost people, being found: Fogs and the wilderness Light! A seriously heavy symbol Each session includes suggested clips from the film, as well as discussion questions, Bible readings and closing prayers. There are detailed notes, advice and additional questions for leaders to help them plan an enriching group study in which all group members can feel accepted and involved. And the book contains an additional section for those who wish to make a deeper study of Mary Poppins Returns' songs
A Lent Course Based on Mary Poppins Returns
£6.99
Who is the Christ? (Anne Calver)
WHO IS THE CHRIST? Full Product Description For small groups or individual reading This Cover-to-Cover study unpicks the meaning of Christ's identity A clear way of understanding different aspects of who Jesus is This Lent, Anne Calver invites us to take a look at six different aspects of Christ's character, so that we might dwell on who He really is and the marks that He left on the world. Through six group or individual studies, discover fresh insights into the person of Jesus, and how He revealed the nature of God through His role as: The Builder The Humble King The Holy King The Harvester The Risen King The Commissioner
(Cover to cover Lent Study Guide 2019)
£5.99
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