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Perseverance

There is a tale told about a farmer whose mule fell into a well. After many unsuccessful attempts to haul…

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Conference – Banner of Truth minsters’ conference…

In a new departure for a conference that has always met at Leicester, this year’s conference from 24-27 April took…

Conference – Luther and Scotland

Martin Luther and Scotland was the theme of a Scottish Reformation Society (www.scottishreformationsociety.org) conference on 7-8 April, organised for the…

Conference – EMW pastors’ wives

From the evening of 5 May to Saturday 6 May, Gwydion and Catrin Lewis welcomed approximately 20 ladies to the…

Conference – Reclaiming marriage

The picturesque view overlooking the Beauly Firth towards the Black Isle once again delighted those who attended the annual spring…

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Book Reviews from June 2017

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A Time for Confidence
Stephen J Nichols

This is an easy book to read. Its subject matter is not so easy to practice. The theme, as the title suggests, is ‘confidence’. We are reminded that the word itself comes from two Latin words: con, meaning ‘with’, and fides, meaning ‘faith’; hence,…

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Be still my soul: embracing God’s purpose and provision in suffering
Nancy Guthrie

Be still my soul is a collection of extracts from sermons, essays and books by contemporary and classic theologians, writing on the problem of pain. Writers include Joni Eareckson Tada, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Corrie ten Boom, John Calvin, J. I. Packer, John Piper, Charles…

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A Time for Confidence
Stephen J Nichols

This is an easy book to read. Its subject matter is not so easy to practice. The theme, as the title suggests, is ‘confidence’. We are reminded that the word itself comes from two Latin words: con, meaning ‘with’, and fides, meaning ‘faith’; hence,…