Celebrate the birth of Jesus with Mary, Joseph, the angels and shepherds, and the star-watchers, and discover the good news of God’s Christmas present to everyone. Enjoy this fun rhyming retelling of the nativity story written by bestselling children’s author Bob Hartman.
In this autobiography, Conley shares candid reflections on the struggles and triumphs that were happening both in the public eye and behind closed doors of one of the nation’s favourite TV diet and fitness experts of the past 50 years.
Do I Stay Christian? addresses in public the powerful question that surprising numbers of people - including pastors, priests and other religious leaders - are asking in private. This book is not McLaren's attempt to persuade Christians to dig in their heels or run for the exit. Instead, he combines his own experience with that of thousands of people who have confided in him over the years to help readers make a responsible, honest, ethical decision about their religious identity.
At the age of 54 Claire Gilbert was diagnosed with myeloma, an incurable cancer of the blood. The prognoses ranged from surviving only a few months to living for several decades, with no guarantee of which outcome was to be hers. Claire asked her siblings and a small group of friends if they would let her write to them with total honesty about what she was going through, as she was going through it. The letters chart Claire's journey to the start of shielding in 2020.
This short and empowering collection 100 bite-sized affirmations, abridged from Katie Piper's bestselling book A Little Bit of Faith, encourages us to see that heartbreak and hardship can become fuel for your fight. Whatever life has thrown at you lately, you can fall countless times and still get back up again and succeed - all you need is a little bit of hope. Beautifully designed and wonderfully uplifting, this 100-day devotional is easy to dip in and out of and take with you on the go.
This book started life as a series of monthly sermons at St Peter’s Brighton. The sermons are loosely based on Paul’s letter to the Romans. The 20 brief chapters still bear some of the marks of once being spoken words. The vital ingredients are all here: simple reflections on Scripture, communicating its message to contemporary life with a light touch, and relatable examples drawn from the author’s experience and observations on life in general.
Little Prayers for Ordinary Days is a collection of short prayers for children to pray in the midst of their day: on the way to school, after seeing a friend, when noticing a bird in the tree, or looking at the stars, or during any of their comings and goings. This collection of simple prayers, accompanied by winsome and playful art, will bring delight to readers of all ages. Share these prayers with the children you love and help them to begin to recognize the nearness of God.