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April 2015

Remembering the Armenian genocide

My father was born in Cyprus and my mother in Greece, but I am of Armenian origin.

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April 2015

Do Christian bookshops have a future?

  Is there a future for small Christian bookshops in the digital age? It is a sad fact that many…


Light from William Tyndale on the relationship…

On 8 May 1528, a dangerous book was published. It was entitled The parable of the Wicked Mammon (better known…


April 2015

Needingworth – Induction of Paul Harrison

Needingworth Baptist Church welcomed their new pastor, Paul Harrison, into the ministry on 31 January. The speaker was Dr Simon…


April 2015

Church-planting in Manchester

Since its formation in 1991, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales (EPCEW) has been passionate about the work…

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The Suburbs of Heaven – Diary of Murdoch Campbell
David Campbell

Murdoch Campbell was born in 1900. He gained a degree from Edinburgh University and then, after studying at the Free Church College for three years, was ordained into the Free Church of Scotland ministry. He ministered first at Fort Augustus…

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How do I kill remaining sin?
Geoffrey Thomas

This short booklet (currently available as an ebook in the UK) is a serious and helpful introduction to the doctrine of mortification. Readable in under 30 minutes, it is yet full of good teaching and practical advice. Geoffrey Thomas begins…

Heart Attitudes
Graham Beynon

Being a Christian is more than knowing truth and doing good – it involves having the right attitudes and desires within. The heart matters.  Graham Beynon’s purpose in this book is to allow the gospel to perform ‘open-heart surgery’ i.e.…

They’re rugby boys, don’t you know?
Natalie Vellacott

A challenging read! The author professed conversion at an early age, but fell away ‘in a dramatic fashion’. She lived a ‘party lifestyle’. After a long struggle, she came under intense conviction of sin and cried to the Lord for…