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A Day’s March Nearer Home: Autobiography of J. Graham Miller

A. W. Tozer said that next to the Bible, Christian biography is the most valuable reading for Christians. A day’s march nearer home is valuable and enjoyable reading. One unusual aspect of this autobiography is that it was not written to be published. It was simply ‘memories…that, later on, children’s children’ would read. But…

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Adventures of Faith: Colin Peckham’s Story

I thoroughly enjoyed the opening chapters of this book. The writer includes a great deal of detail about growing up and living in rural South Africa. This is something which I can personally relate to! Colin Peckham tells of his conversion in the early fifties through the evangelistic work of the late Pastor Peter…

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Empty Arms: A Mother’s Journey Through Grief to Hope

Losing a child is something no parent should have to experience, but sadly in this fallen world it happens. When God allows such a tragedy to strike a Christian family, it puts their faith on the front line. When Keren Baker’s family were faced with the sudden death of 2½-year-old Natalie, their faith was…

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My Life, My Way

In the preface to this autobiography, released to celebrate 50 years in show business, Sir Cliff Richard says that if you want to know what he really feels about things, this is the book to read. From humble beginnings — with his family living in a rented room on their return from India in…

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Chains of Grace: Peter Jeffery’s Story

I believe Peter Jeffery’s book will be a blessing not only to those who know him, but also to ministers beginning their training or ministry, and even to future ministers not yet born. Peter Jeffery’s ministry was rounded and balanced. He most certainly taught the great doctrines of the faith and yet always did…

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