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Love Wins: At the Heart of Life’s Big Questions
Rob Bell

The Christian's hope of heaven has unquestionably an earthly dimension. 'In keeping with his promise', writes Peter, 'we are looking forward to a new heaven and a new earth, the home of righteousness' (2Peter3.13). Our eternal home will not be…

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Tell all the World
Ed Don Crisp & Jim Sayers

‘World mission is someone else's job! Leave it to the specialists, the agencies, and let's concentrate on reaching our local community around our church.' Sadly, that is often how Christians think about cross-cultural mission. But God has other plans for…

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Snatched from the Fire
Keith Mitchell (Mitch)

Real gospel meets real life. As a firefighter, Keith Mitchell is trained to snatch people from flames. As a Christian, he sees sin as a fire to be fought in our lives. This results in real living, life with freedom…

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Dragons or Dinosaurs?

Dragon images, legends and lore exist all over the world in many different cultures. But what if dragons were actually dinosaurs? Dinosaurs are often used to discredit the Bible, so what if their existence actually helps prove its veracity? Dragons…

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God’s Names
Sally Michael

A full-color guide for parents to teach early elementary children about God’s character, as revealed in 26 names in the Bible. Each chapter ends with personal application and activities.

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HELP! Living in a fallen world
Dr Paul Tautges (ed)

This new series of pocket-sized booklets began to appear last year and there are currently sixteen titles available. All of them have been produced by different men and women who are well-qualified and experienced in their field and in some…

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Preacher, keep yourself from idols
Derek Tidball

'Preachers' and 'idolatry'. Surely these two words don't belong together? Or do they? The apostle John ends his first letter with the plea, 'Dear children, keep yourselves from idols' (1 John 5:21) - an exhortation to believers to keep alert…