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Habakkuk: A Wrestler With God
Walter J. Chantry

Like many other characters in Scripture, the prophet Habakkuk word for 'embrace' and conveys the idea of a wrestler in an embrace with his opponent. As Walter Chantry shows in this absorbing book, Habakkuk lived out his name by wrestling…

Concerning the True Care of Souls
Martin Bucer

First time ever available in English, this basically served as the 'reformation handbook of pastoral theology', for Calvin and others, setting out in a vivid and persuasive way, biblical principles for church life, ministry, and discipline.

The Transforming Power of God: Encountering Christ in the Life of Elisha
John Legg

A helpful read in viewing well-known Bible history lessons from a fresh perspective.

Get Outta My Face! How to Reach Angry, Unmotivated Teens with Biblical Counsel
Rick Horne

Get Outta My Face!, written for Christian parents, teachers, and youth workers, is about reaching angry, unmotivated, disinterested teens with biblical counsel. Such teens, confused and insecure, are selfish: they want what they want, right now. They are corrupted by…

Mirror Mirror: Discover Your True Identity in Christ
Graham Beynon

Our identity or self-image is a bit like looking in a mirror. We see our reflection and make judgments about ourselves. However, the 'mirror' we use tends to be the world around us: how do I compare with others and…

Stars in God’s Sky: Short Biographies of ‘Extraordinary Ordinary Christians’
Faith Cook

In her typically engaging and enthralling style, Faith Cook shows us how God graciously works in individuals' lives. Among others here we find the encouraging short stories of John Foxe, Fanny Guinness, John Gifford and 'Grimshaw's men', Paul Greenwood and…

Handle That New Call with Care: Accepting or Declining a Call to a New Congregation
David Campbell

'Should I stay put or should I move on to another sphere of pastoral ministry?' How frequently a minister may find himself asking this question — and how much does he have to strive in prayer to discern the mind…

Journey: Psalms for Pilgrim People
Alec Motyer

What is possibly the most exquisite single group of psalms — 120–134 — describe themselves as 'songs of ascents'. They recall the journeys of pilgrims from all over the land 'up' to Jerusalem to keep the feasts of the Lord.…

Let’s Study the Letters of John
Ian Hamilton

Ian Hamilton's concise commentary provides a warmly pastoral explanation of John's timeless message, pointing the reader to the Word made flesh, the Lord Jesus Christ, as the answer to all problems in the church, whether in the first or the…

Love As a Way of Life
Gary Chapman

At home, at work or with friends, the quality of our relationships defines who we are, and can govern our happiness, success and personal fulfilment. Gary Chapman, author of the multi-million bestseller The Five Love Languages, shows how we can…

Let God arise
Marcus Loane

My reading of this book reminded me of the prophecy of Daniel – ‘Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, like the stars for ever and ever’ (Daniel…

Audrey Featherstone, I Presume? The Amazing Story of a Congo Missionary
Tim Shenton

Audrey is a modern missionary whose heart is Congolese. Her story is a gripping narrative. Her dramatic conversion, her experiences during the Second World War at the time of the London bombings, her adventures on the way to Congo and…