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All reviews by Graham Kissack

Graham is married to Ann and has two grown up children. Graham has been pastor at Peel Street Baptist Church since 2010 after
moving to Accrington from Cape Town, South Africa. His wife, Ann, is also involved in the International Toddler Group at the church.

Departures: Poems and meditations on the Book of Exodus
P. D. Gray

Departures is a devotional book, but one with a difference. It consists of 40 chapters, each corresponding to a chapter in the book of Exodus. P. D. Gray recommends that the reader should read carefully and reflect deeply on each chapter…

In the Year of Our Lord: Reflections on Twenty Centuries of Church History
Sinclair B. Ferguson

The introduction to In the Year of Our Lord says it ‘is not a history of the church... it is more like a personal tour of some of the people and places that the author has encountered over the years’…

All you need to know about the Bible – Book 4
Brian H. Edwards

At first glance, the title of this book may seem ambitious, given that there is so much to say about the Bible. On reading it, however, one soon realises that the author has gone a long way to reaching the…

Knowing God and Ourselves
David B. Calhoun

The subtitle of this book is ‘Reading Calvin’s Institutes devotionally’. For most readers this may be somewhat misleading. It is not a devotional book in the standard sense, using excerpts of writings from well-known Christians for daily thought and devotion.…

A Scenic Route through the Old Testament
Alec Motyer

This is a new edition of a book originally published in 1994. I am pleased that it has been made available again. Many people, particularly new or young Christians, find the Old Testament daunting. They find it difficult to piece…

The Call
Trevor Archer

The aim of this book is to provide information and guidance for those who are considering full-time Christian ministry. It is divided into an introduction, two main parts and two appendices. Part one is about the ‘Call to ministry’ and…

Money Counts
Graham Beynon

There can be no doubt that we live in a society driven by money. Even Christians are not immune to the demands and temptations of wealth, which is occasionally fuelled by erroneous teaching. Sadly, many have fallen into the debt…

Saved by Grace
Brian A. Russell

Brian Russell subtitles this book ‘An explanation of the sovereignty of God and our experience of His saving grace.’ So, he seeks not only to make clear what the Bible teaches about God’s complete sovereignty in salvation, but to apply…

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