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Anyone But Bear

Fox doesn’t like Bear and he thinks Bear doesn’t like him either. But when Fox needs help most, which of the animals in the forest proves to be his best friend? This is the story of the Good Samaritan retold for all young foxes and bears to enjoy!

Beauty and Meaning

This volume presents for the first time the T. S. Eliot Lectures delivered in 1982 by Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh. There are four lectures, each a fine example of Metropolitan Anthony's profound spiritual wisdom, wit, and clarity of expression. T

Bible in 10

For anyone who wants to crack open the Bible, poet, broadcaster and teacher Dave Kitchen provides a lively introduction to every single book in ten minutes or less. Bible in Ten is for everyone who wants to be connected with all that is unexpected

Bob Hartman's Act-Along Bible

“Wherever I go, I meet many children (and adults), who love getting involved in the telling of stories. Active participation is at the heart of this Act-Along Bible!” Professional storyteller, performer and award-winning children’s author Bob Hartman

Brightest and Best

Brightest and Best is a collection of Advent devotions that point to the comfort that God has promised: the coming of Jesus. Philippa Wilson communicates joyful, uplifting, and glorious Christmas truths in fresh ways. The purpose of each devotion is

Broken by Love

The inspiring biography of Val Jeal who stepped out in faith and changed the lives of many female sex workers in Bristol. After leading a very conventional life, a middle-aged Val told God she was available to be used by him. Moving to an inner- cit

God Isn't Finished With You Yet

When life is tough and we seem to have reached a dead end, it’s easy to feel as if God has given up on us. We’re not alone in feeling like this. Catherine Campbell vividly retells the stories of real people from the Bible with difficult and someti

Harriet and Emilie

Harriet and Emilie, Eleanor Watkins, paperback A first world war drama featuring the story of an upper-class girl and the daughter of a German servant. Young Lady Harriet is fairly imperious, makes friends with Emilie, whose mother is the cook, when the war intervenes in their lives. Emilie and h

Heroes of the Faith

For two thousand years billions of people have followed Jesus Christ. this volume of fifty men and women - scientist, doctors, scholars, writers, reformers, preachers, visionaries, abolitionists, and evangelists - portrays stories of faith, generosit

How to Inhabit Time

Many Christians live a faith that is "nowhen." They are disconnected from the past or imagine they are somehow "above" the flux of history, as if every generation starts with a clean state. They lack an awareness of time and the effects of history--b

I Am a Christian

In this concise book, respected pastor, author, and church consultant Thom Rainer explains how the local church is God’s primary plan for reaching the world with his love. “I am a Christian” and “I am a church member” go hand in hand. What does it re

Island Treasure

A powerful tool in helping children and young teens think through important issues is well-written fiction. In this, her second novel, Helen Parker brings her rich professional expertise to bear on the problem of bullying. An experienced teacher, she

Jesus: Life and Times

In 1882 Alfred Edersheim wrote what has been described by many as the definitive book on the Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah (the actual title of the book), an unparalleled and unsurpassed examination of the background to His ministry from a Jewi

Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist DVD

Six months after millions of people disappeared in the Rapture, the world is just beginning to recover. So when a so-called expert claims that a second wave of vanishings is imminent, news anchor Cameron Buck sets out to disprove her theory. On a

Loving Disagreement

Every church has its disagreements. But why do they so easily turn toxic? Loving disagreement is the problem – Christians have become too relaxed about the way disagreements destroy unity and undermine mission. Loving disagreement is also the s


Lydia, Paula Gooder, paperback The New Testament tells us very little about Lydia, a seller of purple cloth who was living in Philippi when she met the apostle Paul on his second missionary journey. And yet she is considered the first recorded convert to Christianity in Europe.

My Body is Not a Prayer Request

Much of the church has forgotten that we worship a disabled God whose wounds survived resurrection, says Amy Kenny. It is time for the church to start treating disabled people as full members of the body of Christ who have much more to offer than a m

NIV Bible in One Year with Daily Comment

‘My favourite way to start the day.’ Bear Grylls Discover the life-changing habit of daily Bible reading. This new edition contains Nicky and Pippa’s reflections alongside each Bible passage. Printed on thin Bible paper, the Bible text is in black

NLT Thinline Reference Bible, Filament E

The Bible Reading Experience: Reimagined The new Tyndale classic NLT Thinline Reference Bible, Filament-Enabled Edition has readable text, an attractive layout, and cross-references in a thin, easy-to-carry size. And while it has the same low price a

Place at The Table, A

At a time when loneliness and isolation have reached unprecedented levels, it has never been more important for Christians to embrace the practice of hospitality. For many, it is a lost art – a practice we have forgotten, neglected or distorted beyon