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Life, Love and God...Musings Between Two Good...
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The Biography Of Christmas
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Good Medicine to Make Your Heart Glad
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A Journey into the Heart of Youthwork Armed w...
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Confessions of a Kneel-Down Stand-Up
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Seriously Funny (Adrian Plass and Jeff Luca)
Love a laugh? Seriously Funny spills from the friendship of Adrian Plass & Jeff Lucas These witty reads are filled with wisdom and wit Seriously Funny is a fantastic book that is unique in its writing and is a combination of two wonderful writers express themselves in ways which will inspire all. Jeff Lucas and Adrian Plass are individuals, with individual experiences, but they have been combined in an enthralling journey in the form of Seriously Funny. A little while ago, concerned that the next time they got together, one of them would be in a coffin, Jeff Lucas and Adrian Plass decided to start exchanging letters - and this book is the result. Why Seriously Funny? It was created spontaneously and uniquely, it isn't fictional nor is it predictable but what Seriously Funny does is combine thoughts, real life situations and express living moments of two honest Christians. It talks about serious issues, which also have funny endings and stories, hence the title Seriously Funny. Lucas and Plass have not left a stone unturned and have delved deep into their personal experiences to show that embarrassing things do happen in real life and not just in films or fiction. Breathtakingly honest, Seriously Funny is a celebration of 21st century Christianity - as well as a no-holds barred expose of its sillier side. Lucas and Plass are equally hard on themselves, with having their most embarrassing moments a joy to read
Life, Love and God...Musings Between Two Good Friends
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Even More Concise 10 Second Sermons (Milton Jones)
Hilarious follow-up to award-winning comedian Milton Jones' bestselling '10 Second Sermons'. In his imitable surreal style, Milton dissects the bemusing world of faith with some short, sharp one-liners about God, the Church and being a Christian - all designed to make us think about what we believe from a completely different perspective.
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Hark! (Paul Kerensa)
In this delightful sleigh ride through Christmas history, Paul Kerensa answers the festive questions you never thought to ask. . . Did Cromwell help shape the mince pie? Was St Nicholas the first to use an automatic door? Which classic Christmas crooners were inspired by a Hollywood heatwave? And did King Herod really have a wife called Doris? Whether you mull on wine or enjoy the biggest turkey, the biggest tree or the biggest credit card bill, unwrap your story through our twelve dates of Christmas past. From Roman revelry to singing Bing, via Santa, Scrooge and a snoozing saviour, this timeless tale is perfect trivia fodder for the Christmas dinner table.
The Biography Of Christmas
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Laughter Therapy (Bob Phillips )
Patient: “I always feel that I’m covered in gold paint, doctor.” Psychiatrist: “Oh, that’s just your gilt complex.”They say laughter is one of the most effective forms of therapy. If so, who better to provide counsel than the comedic duo behind A Joke a Day Keeps the Doctor Away and Laughter Never Gets Old? Bestselling author Bob Phillips reteams with cartoonist Jonny Hawkins for Laughter Therapy—a collection of hilarious jokes, clever cartoons, side-splitting one-liners, and funny anecdotes guaranteed to help you fight off the blues and blahs. Whether you’re recovering from an illness, struggling with personal issues, dealing with a crisis, or just having a rough time, humor can be the pick-me-up you need to feel better. Brighten your day with a little Laughter Therapy!
Good Medicine to Make Your Heart Glad
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Reality Bytes (Nick Page)
A fascinating record of the highs and lows of a youthworker's life told in Nick Page's trademark humorous style. Through his emails to his mentor the youthworker at Briglimpton Tabernacle introduces us to the highs and lows, joys and sadnesses, triumphs and disasters of his job. Meet the young people: Julian, the trainee martyr; Glenda, the eco-warrior and Vanessa, who knows God intends her to marry a certain youthworker. Then there are the adults: his defensive and embattled Pastor, and Stanley, the caretaker who thinks that Young People are some sort of disease. Anyone who wants to know what their kids get up to on Friday nights and those involved in youthwork will find things to think about, people they recognise and loads to laugh about
A Journey into the Heart of Youthwork Armed with Only Enthusiasm, Hope & A Packet of Chocolate Biscuits
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So A Comedian Walks into a Church... (Paul Kerensa)
‘So A Comedian Walks Into A Church’ is British comedian, Paul Kerensa, true-life diary documenting his Sunday mornings on the comedy circuit around the country. The life of a modern comedian takes them all over the place every Friday and Saturday night to make people laugh. Well for this comedian and BBC script writer (‘Miranda’ & ‘Not Going Out’), he continues his tour of the country on Sunday morning by visiting near-by churches to spiritually re-fuel. Paul decided to write down his hilarious experiences in local churches, proving more often than not the secular comedy circuit is a tougher gig. Seeing the church through the eyes of a comedian is humbling, insightful and revealing. But most of all, you’ll discover what it feels like to walk into a new environment as a stranger to better understand and interact with those who walk through your church door. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Paul Kerensa is known as BBC’s go-to guy for ‘gagging up’ sitcom scripts, and has been on the writing teams for ‘Miranda’ and ‘Not Only Out’ for all series. As a stand-up comedian he tours the country, has won ITV’s Take The Mike Award, and was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards and the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards. He has performed solo shows for numerous years at Spring Harvest, New wine and Greenbelt, and is a regular speaker at Alpha launches, men’s breakfasts and whole church family comedy nights.
Confessions of a Kneel-Down Stand-Up
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THE WICKED WIT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II HB (KAREN DOLBY)
When thinking of the Queen, our perception is often one of dignity and authority. She is seen as a serious figure: the British monarch, the Supreme Governor of the Church of England and the head of the Commonwealth.
But as anyone who has ever met her will tell you, in person she has a wicked sense of humour. Occasionally unintentional, like asking guitar legend Eric Clapton, 'Have you been playing a long time?,' sometimes cannily astute ('I have to be seen to be believed'), at times downright silly (nicely demonstrated when staff at Balmoral discovered the Queen jumping up and down with glee exclaiming 'I've won, I've won!' after hearing that England had beaten Australia in cricket) , the Queen's sense of humour is like no other.
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