Mary's Diary tells the story of Jesus through the eyes of the woman who knew him best. Through the ‘diary’ we get a glimpse of the ordinary girl who is Mary and of the extraordinary woman... More > that she becomes. More though, we catch a new glimpse of Jesus; friend, saviour and King of Kings.< Less
How can church help those with mental health issues? Are we to stay in the background, fearful of doing more harm than good? Do we get involved by supporting the treatment regime designed by the... More > medical professionals but ignore any spiritual dimension? Or is there some unique contribution that we can make as believers that complements the work of the professionals?
This booklet aims to provide a framework in which
Christian ministry can support, reinforce and extend the healing available through the medical profession. With sections covering 'mental health wellbeing' and 'cognitive behavioural therapy', the booklet includes teaching on renewing the mind and spiritual strongholds as well as practical advice on ministry.< Less
We know that we are to live distinctively different lives, being holy and loving towards one another. We are also aware of just how hard that can be and often feel guilty when we respond to each... More > other, negatively and much like anyone else. Then, we read a passage such as the one on the Fruit of the Spirit and feel even further away from God!
This is a practical ‘how-to’ booklet aimed at taking the mystery out of living a Godly life. Each piece of the ‘fruit’ is described from God’s perspective and provides detailed insights into how it works out in real life situations. Finally, to help you put it into practice, at the end of each section, there are some tools to help you make it real in your life.< Less
Mary's Diary tells the story of Jesus through the eyes of the woman who knew him best. Through the 'diary' we get a glimpse of the ordinary girl who is Mary and of the extraordinary woman that she... More > becomes. More though, we catch a new glimpse of Jesus; friend, saviour and King of Kings.< Less
We all come to the Bible in different ways. Some come with fear, others with excitement. Some come with expectation, some come out of duty. Many come confused as to what it means and how to read it.... More >
Sixty six books, over thirty thousand verses. What is the picture on the box of this puzzle called the Bible? What does 'inspiration' mean? Is it factually true, in fact, what is truth?
This booklet aims to answer these important questions by providing an outline of how the Bible came to be, along with a big-picture view of the whole, life-giving story.< Less
Painting a Picture evokes a bygone age in an uncluttered style reminiscent of those days. Each chapter a new sketch; whether the memories of an innocent boyhood, the simple yet seemingly distant... More > world of estates, servants and hand-pumped water or the awfulness of war - through each, Keith Painting builds the picture of a world we do well to remember.< Less
This is the book based on the first six months of the ‘Thinking Allowed’ blog. It assembles the posts into themed chapters with new introductions to each. As with the blog, the aim is to... More > raise debate on the nitty-gritty issues of faith. What do we believe about the big issues affecting society, how does our faith affect our daily lives, what is God really like. We like to think that the debate, whilst tackling important topics, can also be fun!< Less