£10.99 How can we be happily married to one person for the whole of our lives? How do we resolve conflict? How can we discover and rediscover sexual intimacy? Covers topics such as: - Effective communication - Parents and in-laws - Conflict and forgiveness - Sex and expressions of love
Gary Chapman 5 ways you can make it happen.Gary Chapman paints a biblical portrait of what a loving, stable family looks like. This book is not just to be read, but experienced. In Dr. Chapman's own words, 'What happens to your family does make a difference not only to you and your children, but to the thousands of young observers who are in search of a functional family.' Updated and revised edition of Five Signs of a Loving Family.
£9.99 Discover the keys to successful parenting in God's kingdom.In these pages you will gain the wisdom, kingdom concepts, and practical tools you need to help raise your children to their best. Includes how to: maintain relationship and discipline; develop character; train your children for worship; fan the flame of what God has put in their hearts and more
The DIY Guide Gary Chapman 12 Tools for Improving Your Home Life. In it, you'll find practical tools for transforming your home life and dramatically improving your family's culture from Shannon Warden and Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller The 5 Love Languages(R). Each chapter teaches you a new home life skill and pairs it with a home improvement metaphor that makes it fun and easy to remember.
Rachel Turner £9.99 When spiritual leadership is the day job, how does it affect family dynamics? How do we spiritually parent our children while also needing to lead the church? How do we balance the many hats we wear? How do we live in a goldfish bowl and yet enable our children to flourish? How do we parent for faith without giving in to the pressure to perform for our congregations? Drawing on extensive research, this book explores the issues and builds a set of simple tools and approaches
Kat Seney-Willliams This is a book that comes alongside the reader as a travel guide and walks through the journey via a step-by-step approach. Walking the Single Parent Journey offers the reader a chance for self-discovery, of coming to terms with the pains and effects of the past in order to boldly face the challenges that lie ahead. The book discusses the everyday struggles and issues that single parents face, whilst offering advice and tips on managing and dealing with them successfully.
£12.99 In this fully updated compilation of her Parenting Children for a Life of... series, Rachel Turner explores how the home can become the primary place in which children are nurtured into the reality of God's loving presence and encouraged to grow in a two-way relationship with him that will last a lifetime. We also have the Individual volumes
off God Howard Worsley £9.99 This book is the merging of the author's deep convictions of parenting with examples of both "When it worked" and "When it did not work". He has also elicited the help of his sons to write their perspectives on how their experiences and memories connect (or differ from) his own.
£9.99 Break free from the deception of misconstrued masculinity and discover the power, love, and self-control it takes to cry like a man. As the founder of one of the country's most esteemed youth organizations, Wilson has decades of experience strengthening the physical, mental, and emotional spirit of boys and men. In this gripping, message-driven memoir, Wilson shares his story of discovering what it means to "be a man" in a world that considers male emotions taboo.
THE SIXTY MINUTE FATHER sets goals to help every father ensure that he doesn't miss out on the greatest opportunity of his life. His advice includes: Put dates in your diary that are important for your children; talk to your baby as if she understands every word; if you have to be away write your children a letter; tell them how you spend your day. This is a book for fathers that every mother will want to read! Also in the series 60 minute marriage.
£7.99 In this book Nathan Blackaby and others explore some of the characteristics of fatherhood and how the Bible shapes and guides men into the journey of fatherhood. He asks questions about how we can be fathers with a strong Christian faith in: Fostering. Adoption. Blended Families. Raising Toddlers. Equipping Teenagers. Talking to Children about Sex. Grandparenting. Limited Access. Rites of Passage. Part of Christian Vision for Men
Annie Willmot £8.99 For most people, parenting a longed-for child is an awesome privilege and joy. However that doesn’t mean there aren’t daily challenges. With honesty, vulnerability and humour, Annie writes about her journey to figure out how to do faith as a parent. While not at all claiming to be an expert, she shares her own experiences – the successes as well as the failures – and encourages other parents to start having honest conversations of their own
'So many gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people give up on Christianity because they cannot reconcile who they are with what they were brought up to believe that the Bible teaches about sexuality. Here is a wonderfully told story of a brave young homosexual man who has struggled to hold onto his faith while still affirming himself as gay. This is a must-read.' Tony Campolo
£9.99 Story of Vicky Beeching an evangelical worship leader who came out as gay,lost so much through that decision but gained a whole lot more: she was finally able to live from a place of wholeness, vulnerability, and authenticity. She finally found peace.
£11.99 What was God thinking when He ENGENDERED or created male and female? What does that have to do with gender roles? And is that purpose still relevant today? Patsy Cameneti boldly explores God's thoughts and creative intention for humankind. Stripping away cultural and traditional thinking, she examines raw truths from God's Word about gender, sexuality, marriage, and family that deliver practical insights into your everyday life
Marcus Green. This is a measured, compassionate plea for a more humane argument about sexuality in the church - a model of debate which avoids polarising language and insistent emotion while drawing on deep personal and spiritual resources.
Mandy Ford £9.99 Discussion of gender equality, sexuality and other key issues in modern society, from the Church of England's perspective. Presents the history, biblical readings and forms of reasoning on these issues to get the reader to think about their own ethical viewpoint of God, gender, sex and marriage.
£8.99In this powerful and personal book, author Rachel Gilson describes her own unexpected journey of coming out and coming to faith... and what came next. As she does so, she addresses many of the questions that Christians living with same-sex attraction, within more conservative churches, are wrestling with: Am I consigned to a life of loneliness? How do I navigate my friendships? Will my desires ever change? Is there some greater purpose to all this?
What is the future for relationships between men and women? What will singleness and marriage look like? Relatable hopes to provide answers and start conversations. Exploring science, sociology, history, theology, and the many, many messages circulating in society and church culture about men, women and relationships
£9.99 A book written to help predominantly men who are believers but who struggle with sexual impurity. However Coming Out Gold is primarily about us, realizing the eternal and significant value we have in God. It is also a message to churches and leaders across the world to better equip themselves with mercy, grace encouragement and restoration for the endless stream of emotionally hurting people that have become bound by this epidemic
£14.99 why are so many people who are gay wary of christians? do GLBT people need to change who they are? do christians need to change what they believe? love is an orientation elevates the conversation from genetics to gospel and builds a bridge between these two communities. that leads to the good news of Jesus
£8.99 The Ideal Handbook for Churches Seeking to be Welcoming & Open to All
£6.99 Jeffrey John Drawing on many years' personal and pastoral experience, Jeffrey John explores the meaning and context of the mentions of homosexuality in the Bible and also considers the moral arguments, before offering guidance to same-sex couples on forming a lasting, covenanted, monogamous relationship.
A resource to help people understand and/or welcome transgender people into their congregations. The book has the following aims: to provide a theological and biblical framework by which ministers and congregations can begin to appreciate transgender people's perspectives; to provide a series of insights that inform the pastoral care of transgender people, their families and friends; to provide resources in the form of liturgies and Bible studies exploring the needs of gender variant people.
£12.99 In Our Witness, Brandan Robertson has collected the powerful testimonies and experiences of LGBT+ Christians living in active and influential faith today. Some have faced rejection and marginalisation from parts of the Church; some have found fulfilment and blessing through reconciliation of their faith and their sexuality within the Church; and some bear witness to the great and fruitful revival that the Holy Spirit is bringing about through the lives of the LGBT+ Christian community.
£12.99 From one of the UK's most widely-respected gay Christians comes a powerful faith memoir of overcoming inner conflict and taking a stand against one of the greatest institutional injustices of our time. Just Love is the autobiography of Jayne Ozanne, a prominent gay Anglican, who struggled for over 40 years to reconcile her faith with her sexuality before becoming one of the leading figures that is ushering in a new era of LGBTI acceptance in the Church
£8.99 Ed Shaw's book 'The Plausibility Problem' is not simply for those living with same sex attraction, it's for all of us. The 'just say no' approach to human sexuality does not work anymore, it's left the Church sounding like the Jesus way is a poor substitute for a good life. Ed calls us all to a 'better way' as radically inclusive church families, who find our identity first and foremost in Christ and not our sexuality. --Steve Clifford, General Director at Evangelical Alliance
of same sex relationships Karen Keen £13.99 Keen derives from Scripture itself a principled and consistent way of applying biblical teaching to this difficult topic. She helpfully casts biblical insights in the context of how the church has responded to gays and lesbians throughout history. Her even-handed re-evaluation will appeal to both traditionalist and progressive church leaders and parishioners, students of ethics and biblical studies, and gay and lesbian people
£12.99 Does the Bible really condemn same-sex relationships? In his compassionate, cogent book, David Runcorn outlines how someone can support same-sex relationships on the basis of the Bible, not in spite of it. Runcorn’s insightful and moving reflections show how speaking in gospel friendship will help to dispel anxiety and division.Covering sexual abstinence and celibacy, sexuality and the sacred, he leads us to one powerful conclusion: love means love.
£14.99 We live in a world that prizes gratification of desire. But what if this pressure to satisfy our wants instead makes us settle for lesser imitations? What if the problem with desire is not that we want what we can’t have, but that we don’t want it enough? What if desire itself - the gap between wanting and having - is the key to living well? Jessica Martin considers what a distinctive holiness might look like within the distorting pressures of our highly sexualized modern culture.
Ruth Hunt A fascinating and thoughtful exploration of faith in the modern world. If you're wondering why it matters and how to make sense of it, read on.' Clare Balding Is it possible to believe in God and be gay? How does it feel to be excluded from a religious community because of your sexuality? Why do some people still believe being LGBT is a sin? The book of Queer Prophets contains modern-day epistles from some of our most important thinkers, writers and activists
£3.99 . So is God homophobic? And what do we say, and how do we relate to to both Christians and non Christians who experience same-sex attraction. In this short, simple book, Sam Allberry wants to help confused Christians understand what God has said about these questions in the scriptures, and offers a positive and liberating way forward through the debate.
£4.99 What does the Bible say about same-sex relationships? How should Christians think about this divisive and heartfelt issue? And what of those who are caught in the crossfire: the brothers and sisters who experience same-sex attraction, but are committed to being faithful to the teaching of scripture and resisting it? In this revised, updated and extended book, the late John Stott lays out the biblical position on same-sex relationships with care, wisdom and compassion.