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All reviews by Katherine Glover

Dr Katherine Glover is a member of Latimer Congregational Church, Beverley

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Healing and Healers Today
Jim Thompson

It is a sad fact that discussions in recent decades about the place of miraculous gifts have generated much more heat than light. Writers on both sides have complained that critics neglect to understand their position. Each side has, at…

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A Time to Care: Loving Your Elderly Parents
Emily Ackerman

Emily Ackerman looks at practical and emotional issues like finding time, coping with pressure, the sandwich generation, cutting apron-strings, memory loss and caring from a distance.

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Worshipping with Dementia: Meditations, Scriptures and Prayers for Sufferers and Carers
Louise Morse

A resource for sufferers and carers offering consolation and support in tough times.

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Dementia: Frank and Linda’s Story — New Understanding, New Approaches, New Hope
Louise Morse

This book describes how a new understanding of dementia is leading to better care, helping to maintain the personality of the sufferer. It also offers practical, day to day advice from a hands-on perspective, using a narrative structure. It follows…

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My Friend Is Struggling With… [Project 17:17 series]
Josh McDowell

We should be grateful to Christian Focus for bringing out this series of short books on contemporary issues for teenagers. In the past, youth publications have fought shy of talking about some of these topics, but if we want to…

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A Thorn in the Flesh: Finding Strength and Hope Amid Suffering
Pablo Martinez

In the context of our salvation, Jesus suffered more than any person has ever suffered. God's identification with human tragedy is perfectly expressed in the name Emmanuel: God with us. Humbly and wisely, Pablo guides us beyond the 'why' of…

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Mad, Bad or Sad? A Christian approach to antisocial behaviour and mental disorder
Nigel Pocock

Are the mentally disordered responsible for their actions? This book examines the interface between mental health and Christian belief as these relate to antisocial behaviour.

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