• Astonishment

    Graham Jones

    When Graham Jones returns to Zimbabwe to recapture his idyllic Rhodesian childhood, a chance encounter leads him to him to meet a one-time child slave called Astonishment. Now dedicated to helping society’s most vulnerable, Astonishment grew up...

  • A Ready Man: Hugh Stowell Brown

    Wayne Clarke

    When Hugh Stowell Brown, aged just twenty-three, arrived in Liverpool to preach at Myrtle Street Baptist, no one could guess his impact on the church and the city. He had barely preached a sermon before and had been a Baptist only a matter of months, but for the next forty years...

  • Children of the Himalayas

    Diane Bell

    On 12thDecember 1999, middle-aged social worker Diane Bell was stunned by a dream from God that would transform countless lives. Called to offer family-based care to street kids in Nepal, cancer, devastating earthquakes and lurid child trafficking allegations were among challenges...

  • No Longer Strangers?

    Javed Masih

    What is it like to seek asylum in Europe? What welcome is given and what difficulties faced? No Longer Strangers tells the story from the inside...

  • Love Beyond

    Heidi Baumgartner

    Heidi Baumgartner’s ‘Jesus moment’ came when she received the gift of salvation and instant freedom from an addictive relationship – a dramatic encounter with grace that perfectly prepared her to take God’s love to the women of Soho’s red-light district...

  • God's Patchwork

    Sandra Michie

    When Sandra Michie considers her life, the presence of a gracious heavenly Father lovingly planning all is overwhelming. Every joy and every trial has been perfectly sewn together into a beautiful patchwork of grace.

  • Before the Days Draw In

    Mary Kissell

    ‘It is strange that we can spend a lifetime sitting through church services and actually not really pray. I had spent years doing just that.’

  • Beginning Unlimited

    Liz Grier

    Introducing: one young mum, one vicar, two small boys and a call – maybe! – to pioneer a church for young people who don’t do church in Devon.

  • Coming Home to Dad

    Amanda Pilz

    'Tell her she's no longer my daughter!'

    Amanda and her dad had never been close – but now he was forsaking her completely.

  • The Search for Home

    Beatrice Smith

    In April 1994, ten-year-old Beatrice Smith came face to face with the horrors of the Rwandan genocide as crazed machete-wielding killers burst into her family’s home, lusting for blood.

  • Refugee Stories

    Dave Smith

    "[God] loves the foreigner residing among you' (Deuteronomy 10:18)

    Refugee Stories is a collection of first-hand accounts by individuals forced to flee their countries and seek refuge in Britain.

  • Complete in Him

    Chizor Akisanya

    God promises that if we persevere through testing we will become mature and complete.

    Chizor's story is a hope-giving testament to this.

    Chizor Akisanya is a much-loved community leader, wife and mother...

  • Found by Love

    Rahil Patel

    The true story of a successful Hindu priest whose world was changed by an unexpected encounter with the love of Jesus Christ.

  • What's a nice Jewish girl like you doing in a church like this?

    Lynne Bradley

    'I knew it was time to finally hang up my dancing shoes when, while preparing for the show Chicago the only costume that fitted me had the name Ronnie Barker written inside it!'

  • Travels with an Inflatable Elephant

    Jerry Marshall

    Jerry Marshall believes in setting at least one audacious goal every year. Recent goals include attempting to save the government £50 billion, and setting up a call centre in Bethlehem to create jobs unaffected by border closures. He's a serial entrepreneur and a sailing fanatic, has fought with Pete Waterman on breakfast TV and once won a unicycling race.

  • Less than ordinary?

    Nicki Copeland

    Every one of us is born with great potential. Our life experiences, personality and self-opinions shape who we become, and what we do with that potential. Some seem to effortlessly soar, while others are left grounded and feeling distinctly "less than ordinary".

  • Potholes and Belly-flops

    Susie Flashman Jarvis

    Page Three model, serially unfaithful, heroin addict.

    Loving mother, honourable wife, daughter of God.

    Two lives. One woman. One God.

  • The Never Ending Journey

    Antoinette Anthony-Pillai

    An inspiring story of courage and strength in the face of adversity.

    As a young, dedicated medical student, Antoinette Anthony-Pillai's future was mapped out. But when a routine operation...

Meet our Authors

  • Graham Jones

    Raised in what was then Rhodesia, Graham Jones was educated in Bath, UK, from where he returned to Africa during school holidays.

  • Nicki Copeland

    Nicki is a freelance writer, speaker, editor and proofreader.

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