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All reviews by Peter Culver

Peter Culver went to be with his Lord early on 7th November 2013. Peter and May served this church from the 1970s when
Peter became minister in 1976 and, after retiring from full time ministry, he continued to serve the churches in this area as a FIEC Area visitor.

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God Speaks
Rich Alldritt & Ash Carter

God speaksRich Alldritt & Ash CarterIVP144 pages, £8.99ISBN: 978-1-84474-841-9Star Rating : 4 This is a brilliant book answering vital question as to how God communicates his will to us. The authors highlight cases of people prone to telling you who…

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Sermons on the Great Ejection

Sermons of the Great Ejection   Banner of Truth, 275 pages, £6.25 ISBN: 978-1-84871-152-5 Star Rating : 4   This ‘puritan paperback’ contains sermons of men ejected from the Anglican Church in the time of Charles II.       They were ejected…

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Gospel Church Government
John Owen

John Owen (1616-1683) is widely recognised as one of the greatest of all theologians. In a time when Britain was experiencing religious and political upheaval, he wrote carefully, biblically and extensively on a large number of subjects, including some that…

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Loving the way Jesus Loves
Phil Ryken

Read what love is and isn't in 1 Corinthians 13. See if you can substitute your name each time you read the word love ... We are called to love as Jesus loves, and the more we come to know…

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Dealing with Depression
Sarah Collins & Jayne Haynes

Depression is a common complaint in the doctor's surgery and 1 in 5 of the population that is 20% of people will have at least one major episode in their lifetime. We are reassured here that just like our physical…

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In light of Eternity – The life of Leonard Ravenhill
Mack Tomlinson

Ravenhill’s spiritual life, uniquely marked by experiential godliness, was from its beginning rooted in eighteenth century English Methodism. Had he lived two hundred years earlier, he could have been one of the men laboring in the gospel with John Wesley…

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