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March 2014

Charitable status

The Charity Commission has done a u-turn and will now allow a Brethren church to register for charitable status, after…

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March 2014

Two cheers !

A victory in the House of Lords and a welcome change to the free speech laws should give greater liberty…


March 2014

Criminal tendencies

People who regularly visit a place of worship are less likely to be involved in low level crime and delinquency,…


March 2014

God’s only Son

The Apostles’ Creed dates from the end of the second century. It confesses Jesus Christ to be God’s ‘only Son’.…


March 2014

Social engagement

Churches and believers should attempt to embody the transformative gospel of Jesus Christ and bear witness to it, Jonathan Chaplin,…

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Invest your Suffering
Paul Mallard

Invest your sufferingPaul MallardIVP192 pages, £8.99ISBN: 978-1-78359-006-3Star Rating: 5 stars Paul Mallard will be known to many. Some will be aware that his wife Edrie has been ill for many years. During her pregnancy with their fourth child she developed…

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Created to Praise
Created to Praise
Derek Prime

Created to praiseDerek PrimeChristian Focus Publications, 128 pages, £7.99ISBN: 978-1-78191-236-2Star rating : 4 This short devotional book contains eight chapters and feels like it began life as a short series of topical sermons. The text is broken up into short…

Bitesize Biography – Renée of France
Simonetta Carr

Renée of FranceSimonetta CarrEP Books128 pages, £6.99ISBN: 978-0852349090Star rating : 4 I must confess that before reading this book I had never heard of its subject, even though I am half French! And yet it is staggering to think that,…

Let’s Study Colossians & Philemon
Let’s Study Colossians & Philemon
Mark G. Johnston

Let's Study Colossians & Philemon Mark G. Johnston Banner of Truth Trust 188, £7.75 ISBN: 978-1-84871-239-3 Star Rating: 4 This book is in the Banner’s ‘Let’s study…’ series. The aim is to help the reader in the pew, rather than…