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Swift and Beautiful – The amazing stories of faithful missionaries
David B. Calhoun

‘How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news’ (Romans 10:15, NIV) concludes each of the ten chapters of this book, which takes its title from the Frances Ridley Havergal hymn ‘Take My Life’. Swift and Beautiful is a…

Rogues in Royal Robes – Exploring the lives of some Old Testament kings and the times in which they lived
A. J. Monty White

The Bible is without parallel in its uncompromising, three-dimensional, warts-and-all portraits of its patriarchs, kings, and prophets. Sadly, the histories the kings of Israel and Judah hold little interest for many Christians, apart from those of David, Solomon, and a…

Out of the Smoke

Out of the Smoke fills a big gap in the market for really exciting Christian literature for children. With a fast-paced, refreshingly unpredictable plot, it is an engrossing story that will capture its readers. The book is accurate history, depicting the…

10 Dead Guys You Should Know: Standing on the shoulders of giants
Ian J. Maddock

Here is a readable, interesting, and encouraging introduction to ten men of God who confessed Christ faithfully in their own times, leaving a heritage of blessing for others. This book, by God’s grace, will prolong that blessing. Skilfully and accessibly,…

The Necessity of Reforming the Church with A Reply to Cardinal Sadoleto
John Calvin

This well-produced volume from the publishing arm of Ligonier Ministries contains new English translations of two works of John Calvin. The first, from 1544, is Calvin’s explanation to Emperor Charles V and the Roman Catholic political leaders of Germany of…

Devoted to God’s Church – Core values for Christian fellowship
Sinclair B. Ferguson

Do you know anyone who struggles to see the purpose and value of the local church? This excellent little book is for them. The Covid-19 pandemic has eroded church attendance far and wide, so a book highlighting the worth, joys,…

Bone of Contention
Sylvia Baker

In this introduction to the creation/evolution debate, Sylvia Baker explains how she became a creationist as a biology undergraduate because of the lack of evidence for evolution. She covers the development of evolution, fossils, genetics, the age of the earth,…

Not Uninformed: Sure and certain hope for death and dying
Eryl Davies

Have you ever found it hard to bring up the subject of death? Maybe you know someone who has a terminal illness, or a friend who has suicidal thoughts? Let’s highlight some key chapters of this book so you can…

Opening Up 1 John
Ian McNaughton

Ian McNaughton has done us a service in producing this short commentary. There is much truth concentrated here, but it is given in a clear and simple way. It is designed to help the ordinary Christian understand a book whose…

Hope in Hard Times: Ninety biblical meditations to strengthen the heart
Mostyn Roberts

This book was written day by day through the first Covid lockdown. Each page is like a pastoral visit, with a biblical meditation to encourage the reader. There are some books you are glad to have for the sake of…

Free at Last
Asia Bibi with Anne-Isabelle Tollet

Asia Bibi will be a name familiar to many Christians who followed the news stories of this Pakistani woman who was sentenced to death for blasphemy and insulting the Prophet Mohammed. This book was written with French journalist Anne-Isabelle Tollet,…

Flawless: Looking for stardom, finding Jesus
Victoria Kulczycka

It’s rare in these days to see someone coming to Christ ‘from out of the world’. But Victoria Kulczycka’s testimony of her conversion in 2011 is a welcome proof of God’s power to save whomever, whenever, and however he chooses.…