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A 40-Day Lenten Devotional
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Letters on Hope, Death and Learning to Live
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Curiosity, awe, and the meaning of life
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Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
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Prayers for the Church and Home
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Prayers for your church or small groups
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Prayers that Change Things for an Older Gener...
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An Adventure for the Curious into Bodies, Wom...
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The Authorized Biography of Eugene Peterson, ...
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(Dead Sea Squirrels:8 )
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From Pitch to Pulpit
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A Collection of Meditations for Renewal
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Reflections on Jesus' Struggles and How He Me...
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Journey to the Cross (Paul David Tripp)
Crossway's Lent Book for 2021 Paul David Tripp offers reflections that help you focus on what's important You'll be encouraged to find real joy in Christ Journey through Lent with Best-Selling Author Paul David Tripp “During our forty days together, may your mourning increase so that your joy may deepen.” —Paul David Tripp Lent is a time in the yearly Christian calendar when we mourn our sin and let go of worldly things that keep our hearts from experiencing God more fully. But how do we reevaluate and recalibrate the values of our hearts to match those of our suffering Savior? In this forty-day Lenten devotional, best-selling author Paul David Tripp invites us to set aside time from the busyness of our lives to focus on the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus. Each of the short readings encourages us to abide in the abundant joy found in Christ as we encounter the Savior more fully and follow him more faithfully during this Lenten season.
A 40-Day Lenten Devotional
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Miles To Go Before I Sleep (Claire Gilbert)
he diary of an incurable cancer diagnosis, and finding hope in the face of mortality. 'Claire's honest, raw, authentic diaries will be a source of comfort to many'- Miranda Hart At the age of 54 Claire Gilbert was diagnosed with myeloma, an incurable cancer of the blood. The prognoses ranged from surviving only a few months to living for several decades, with no guarantee of which outcome was to be hers. It was a shocking diagnosis into uncertainty, or rather, into only one certainty: death. But Claire discovered that facing her own mortality was liberating. She discovered this through writing letters. Claire asked her siblings and a small group of friends if they would let her write to them with total honesty about what she was going through, as she was going through it. These letters turned out to be a great solace, and gradually her group of 'dear readers' has grown; what she had to say wasn't just of value to herself, but to others, too. The letters chart Claire's journey through diagnosis, chemotherapy and a brutal round of stem cell treatment, and end with the rest of the UK joining her in her immuno-compromised isolation in March 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Unflinchingly honest and wide-ranging, Claire writes about the restorative role of nature, politics, poetry, humour - and a restless exploration of the spiritual dimension of death and dying. This is an honest, luminous account of what Claire has gone through and what keeps her going, a deeply spiritual meditation on life and suffering, and an exploration of how faith is no simple solace but provides a whole new plane of meaning during these liminal moments. 'Claire Gilbert's account of the progress of her fatal illness, from diagnosis through various traumatic treatments, is, in turn, candid, painful, funny, tender, fierce and philosophical. But most of all it is a marvellously enjoyable read depicting the human spirit at its finest: defiant, exuberant, joyous. An example to us all that we can triumph over the cruellest adversity'- Salley Vickers
Letters on Hope, Death and Learning to Live
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Wonders of the Living World (Ruth Bancewicz)
The living world is beautiful, intricate, and highly ordered. Organisms flourish across virtually every location on earth, and biological scientists are constantly discovering more about them. These findings spark awe in those who study the natural world, and also raise questions about the meaning of what we see: What’s so special about life? Why are we here? Where is it all heading? Drawing on the thoughts of six scientists of faith, the work of the theologian Alister McGrath, and the biblical scholar Hilary Marlow, Dr Ruth M. Bancewicz examines their research to assess the claim that the discoveries of science are consistent with the existence of a God. Beautifully and creatively illustrated, Wonders of the Living World will inspire curiosity and amazement, and prove a fascinating guide to your thinking about the meaning of life.
Curiosity, awe, and the meaning of life
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10 Dead Guys You Should Know (Ian Maddock (ed.))
Interested in Church history? This primer introduces you to 10 essential Christians in the past You'll discover about the people who shaped faith to this day While Christians have always prized the Bible as our ultimate authority in matters of faith and practice, we also recognize that the Christian life is an intergenerational and communal activity. This collection of ten short biographies will introduce you to Christians from a variety of places and times, who all boldly preached the gospel, despite the risk to personal reputations and safety. How short–sighted it would be not to glean insights from our ancestors, whether that entails learning how to walk in their steps – or else avoiding their missteps. Written by Ian Maddock, Rachel Ciano and Stuart Colton, who all teach church history at and edited by Ian Maddock. Each chapter has suggested further reading, and additional suggestions ‘for the adventurous’. Chapter Headings: 1. Athanasius: Against the World 2. Augustine: A Legacy of God’s Grace 3. Anselm: Faith Seeking Understanding 4. Luther: Here I Stand! 5. Cranmer: Faithful Martyr 6. Baxter: Heaven On His Mind 7. John Wesley: A Brand Plucked from the Burning 8. Hudson Taylor: A Heart for the Lost 9. Spurgeon: Preaching, Prayer and Perseverance 10. Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Cost of Discipleship
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
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2021 SCRIPTURE VERSE DIARY
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40 Days of Love (Paul David Tripp)
A 40 Day Devotional on Love from Paul David Tripp This series of short devotionals from popular author and speaker Paul David Tripp encourages Christians to experience the life-giving message of the gospel every day. Each book contains 40 daily readings curated from the best-selling devotional New Morning Mercies and focused on a particular theme essential to the Christian life. Short enough to read in 5 minutes or less, each meditation will encourage readers to treasure the life-changing truths of God’s word more fully. Only God’s love can satisfy the longing of our hearts. Through 40 daily meditations from his best-selling devotional New Morning Mercies, popular author and speaker Paul David Tripp explores the glorious beauty of God’s love. Tripp encourages us not to put our hope in the imperfect love that the world offers, but rather to cling to the faithful and enduring love of God—the only love that will never disappoint.
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40 Prayers for Families (David Clowes)
For use in Churches, small groups, and for your own devotional time, 40 Prayers for Advent provides simple, accessible prayers for use during the Advent season. Adapted from the popular 500 Prayers series and written in everyday language, this book is the perfect resource to help mark one of the most important seasons in the Christian calendar.
Prayers for the Church and Home
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40 Prayers for Intercessions (David Clowes)
For use in Churches, small groups, and for your own devotional time, 40 Prayers for Advent provides simple, accessible prayers for use during the Advent season. Adapted from the popular 500 Prayers series and written in everyday language, this book is the perfect resource to help mark one of the most important seasons in the Christian calendar.
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40 Prayers for Lent (David Clowes)
A collection of prayers for Lent Find the perfect prayer for the season in the Christian calendar It is a great resource to use for church or small groups 40 Prayers for Lent is taken from the popular ‘500 Prayers for all Occasions’ and ‘500 More Prayers for all Occasions’ each volume contains 40 prayers for use either during a specific season in the Christian calendar, key areas of resource for Churches, or for particular seasons of life. Designed to be affordable and accessible, each edition follows the unique selling point of the ‘500 Prayers’ series using every day and non-‘churchy’ language
Prayers for your church or small groups
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5 Things to Pray for Your Parents ( Chelsea Stanley)
The Bible calls us to honor our parents—and one way we can do that is by praying for them. Little children often see their mothers and fathers as the ones with all the answers. It’s not until we grow up that we realize our parents are just like us—regular people in need of prayer. This guide will help you to pray rich, intentional prayers for your mother or father—be they biological or adoptive, working or retired, frail or fit, married or separated, believers or unbelievers. Whatever their situation, if we want to love them well, we need to pray. Each of the 21 prayer themes in this book takes a passage of Scripture and suggests five things to pray for a particular area of your parents’ lives. You can use this book in any number of ways: work through it as part of your daily quiet time or pick it up whenever a particular need arises. The command to honor our parents comes with a beautiful promise—“that it may go well with you” (Ephesians 6 v 3). The hope of this guide is that you will reap this blessing as you come before God with prayers that change things for an older generation. Chelsea Stanley serves with the women’s ministry team at Crossway Community Church in Bristol, Wisconsin . She has written for Desiring God, Risen Motherhood, and The Gospel Coalition.
Prayers that Change Things for an Older Generation
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A Brief Theology of Periods (Yes, really) (Rachel Jones)
The average woman has 500 periods in her lifetime. And whether yours are mildly annoying, utterly debilitating or emotionally complicated, most of us have at one time or another asked: Why?! This warm, light-hearted, real, honest and at times surprising book gives a biblical perspective on menstruation, as well as a whole lot more. Beginning with periods, Rachel Jones takes readers on an adventure in theology, weaving together wide-ranging reflections on the nature of our bodies, the passing of time, the purpose of pain, and the meaning of life. One thing is for sure: you’ve never read a Christian book quite like this one. Whether you’re in need of hope and help, or are just downright curious, you’ll be refreshed and encouraged by this book. As Rachel puts it, “Whoever you are, my aim is that you reach the end of this book celebrating who God has made you, how God has saved you, and the fact that he speaks liberating and positive truth into all of life’s experiences (even periods)
An Adventure for the Curious into Bodies, Womanhood, Time, Pain and Purpose and How to Have a Better Time of the Month
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A Burning in My Bones (Winn Collier )
This essential authorized biography of Eugene Peterson offers unique insights into the experiences and spiritual convictions of the iconic American pastor and beloved translator of The Message. Encounter the multifaceted life of one of the most influential and creative pastors of the past half century with unforgettable stories of his lifelong devotion to his craft and love of language, the influences and experiences that shaped his unquenchable faith, the inspiration for his decision to translate The Message, and his success and struggles as a pastor, husband, and father. Author Winn Collier was given exclusive access to Eugene and his materials for the production of this landmark work. Drawing from his friendship and expansive view of Peterson's life, Collier offers an intimate look into a rare, remarkable life that is at once artful, sacred, and earthy. For Eugene, the gifts of life were inexhaustible: the glint of fading light over the lake, a kiss from Jan, a good joke, a bowl of butter pecan ice cream. As you enter into his story, you'll find yourself doing the same - noticing how the most ordinary things shimmer with a new and unexpected beauty. Content Benefits: Warm, fascinating, and uniquely inspirational, this authoritative and comprehensive story of Eugene Peterson will help you discover the man behind The Message. Authorized biography of Eugene Peterson Draws on exclusive access to many years of private correspondence as well as hours and hours of exclusive interviews with Eugene Reveals Eugene's rich theology, love of language and pastoral insights Photo insert included Perfect reading for anyone who loves The Message
The Authorized Biography of Eugene Peterson, Translator of The Message
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A Dusty Donkey Detour (Mike Nawrocki )
Merle and Pearl meet . . . a talking donkey? Merle and Pearl are still in the clutches of their squirrelnapper. The Gomez family, along with Justin and Sadie, is in hot pursuit. After a wrong turn, they receive a hint from the most unlikely of sources. Meanwhile, Merle and Pearl are having their own adventure, riding a donkey from Bethlehem to Nazareth under the watchful eye of their abductor. As usual, their hijinks bring laughter and a few surprises--this time in the form of new friends who are also animals. And they can talk! Will Merle and Pearl finally be rescued? Everyone learns that with God, all things are possible.
(Dead Sea Squirrels:8 )
£5.50
A Greater Glory (Gavin Peacock)
Premier league footballer turned pastor Gavin Peacock tells the story of his career and his faith in this fascinating, thought–provoking and personal read. ‘There is more to life than football, fame and fortune. There is a greater joy and a greater glory to be had.’ What makes a man walk away from his life as a professional footballer turned BBC pundit to become a church minister They say it is every schoolboy’s dream to play in the F.A. Cup Final and it’s a dream that came true for Gavin Peacock. In his riveting autobiography follow Gavin’s journey from a child growing up in a footballing family to Chelsea captain; from a son following in his father’s footsteps to a husband and father supporting his own family; from pundit to preacher. Experience his highs and lows as he tells his story and explains the driving force behind it all – his love for football, his love for his family, and most importantly his love for God.
From Pitch to Pulpit
£11.99
A Rhythm of Prayer (Sarah Bessey (ed.))
From living rooms to church basements, Sarah Bessey grew up amongst prayer circles filled with women from diverse backgrounds who prayed in diverse ways. In A Rhythm of Prayer she captures the spirit of those prayer circles, bringing together a range of faith leaders, including Barbara Brown Taylor, Amena Brown, Nadia Bolz-Weber and many more, to offer daily inspiration for connecting with God. With thirty one original prayers for every mood - tiredness, anger and sorrow as well as hope, love and reconciliation - and journaling pages to add your own prayers to the circle, this is not just a devotional book, but a celebration of unique voices. It is also a warm, inviting invitation to renew and revitalise your prayer life, ideal for anyone who is looking for fresh ideas for prayer or for those just starting to explore prayer for the first time. Filled with wisdom, compassion and words of poetic beauty, A Rhythm of Prayer is a Christian prayer book that provides spiritual nourishment and guidance. It will leave you feeling connected to others who also walk with God and less alone in difficult, uncertain times.
A Collection of Meditations for Renewal
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Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly (Pat Barrett)
Known for his popular songs such as “Build My Life” & “The Way (New Horizon)”, artist, worship leader & songwriter, Pat Barrett returns with his second studio album: “Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly”. These songs touch on every aspect of life’s journey providing hope, help and a way to make sense of things in an ever-changing world. With 13 brand new songs including features by Chris Tomlin and Harolddd, the album also contains Pat’s singles released in 2020 including “Canvas and Clay”, “Heavenly”, “No Weapon” and “Lightning”. A thread throughout Barrett’s new album is ‘action’ and how we live out our lives: Act…Love…Walk…
£9.99
Alongside (Henry Martin)
Jesus' life was by no means struggle-free. There were many things he found difficult: his family, his friends, the crowds, religious people, religious institutions, and his own destiny. He knows the bitter gut-wrenches of frustration, the confusing rackets of competing loyalties, the creeping irritations of being unable to explain any more clearly, and the visceral tug of an overwhelming desire, which though attractive is ultimately ill-advised. This is all a blessing to us today: because he struggled, he understands our own struggles intimately, and the Gospels record many cases of things he said from which we can learn, grow and draw strength. In Alongside, Henry Martin considers these words of Jesus in a book suitable for daily reading, with prayers and reflections. It has been designed so that it can be read during Lent, Advent or at any other time of year, with questions specially tailored for each season.
Reflections on Jesus' Struggles and How He Meets Us in Our Struggle: Reflections on Jesus’ Struggles and how he meets us in Our Struggles
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