• Live Deeply

    Duncan Clark

    Live Deeply offers an enticing challenge to leave faith’s shallows behind and to launch out into deep waters with God. Accessible and reflective, it invites you to put down deep roots in Christ – to ‘remain’ in Him – and to allow your character and conduct to be shaped by His presence – to ‘continue’...

  • The Transformed Follower

    Henry Pradella

    When Jesus calls us to come follow Him, He calls us to be transformed. To encounter the life-changing reality of who He is in the ordinary and the everyday, and to grow into the extraordinary promise of who we can become in Him.

    Born out of Henry’s own experience of walking with the Lord over many years...

  • Holy Grit

    James Poch

    Discipleship is for everyone – no exception!

    This is the radical call of Scripture, and the promise of Holy Grit.

    Blending hard-hitting teaching with real-life stories, experienced pastor James Poch presents a compelling, joy-filled vision of what life can be like when we are fully devoted to God...

  • Pilgrimage and Promise

    Rob Shimwell

    What was going though Jesus’ mind as He approached Jerusalem for the last time? The Psalms of Ascents (Psalms 120–134), sung by Jews down the ages on pilgrimages to the city, would surely have been uppermost. Shining a vivid light on His own journey to the cross, they also held promise for those who would believe in His name...

  • The Sound of Musings

    Bryony Wood

    The Sound of Musings deftly traces Maria von Trapp’s journey through the iconic film, The Sound of Music. Inviting us to dance from scene to scene with the captivating and much-loved, ‘flibbertigibbet’ nun-turned-governess, Bryony Wood draws out profound and accessible insights to encourage us in our own journeys of faith…

  • Talking with God

    Nigel Thonger

    Do you long for a closer relationship with God? To be able to meet and talk as friends?

    This profound and practical guide gives us the tools to begin just such a conversation, one where we can share the everyday and deeper issues of our lives and be transformed by God’s replies. Rooted in Scripture, each bite-sized chapter considers a different aspect of how we relate to God...

  • Standing in the Storm

    Matt McChlery

    ‘In the darkest part of my life, in the middle of the mess and suffering, Jesus was there, holding my hand and giving me the strength I needed to simply stand in the storm’ In 2016, Matt McChlery and his wife experienced the loss of an unborn child and the discovery that he had life-threatening cancer – Stage Four non-Hodgkin lymphoma...

  • Dying to Get There

    Michael Williams

    Heaven. Do you look forward to it? Or do you secretly worry that somehow life there might not be quite as good as life here?

    It was not this way for the early Church, and it need not be for us. If we understand the meaning of Jesus’ physical resurrection...

  • Write Well

    Association of Christian Writers

    Everything you could ever want to know about the craft, trade and experience of Christian writing can be found in this book!

    A celebratory Jubilee Compendium marking fifty years of the Association of Christian Writers (ACW), Write Well commemorates and continues its incredible work...

  • The Road to the Father's House

    Alistair Forman

    We all know the story of the prodigal son – but was the welcome-home party the end of the journey?
    This beautiful and deeply personal book imaginatively considers the journey the prodigal son still had to walk once he had got home and insightfully applies it to our own lives...

  • Wholehearted

    Duncan Clark

    How are you living your life? Are you half-hearted or WHOLEHEARTED? In this dynamic and accessible book, Duncan Clark casts an inspirational vision of what life is like when we fully commit to God and all He has for the one life we have been given...

  • Walking Through Winter

    Katherine Gantlett

    When faced with winter seasons of loss, it can be easy to doubt God and ourselves. So how can we walk through these times with authenticity and faith?
    After losing five children to miscarriage and a daughter, Libby...

  • Not Knowing but Still Going

    Jocelyn-Anne Harvey

    Uncertainty, change and the unexpected – we all struggle with unknowns. So what can we learn from Noah’s Ark and the women who entered it?

    In this inspiring, honest and compelling book...

  • Jennifer

    Karen Palmer

    When Karen and Gordon are asked how many children they have, they tell people two – it’s just easier that way. But the truth is that there will always be three...

  • I AM Relational

    Henry Pradella

    We are relational beings made in the image of a relational God.
    In our fast-changing and increasingly pressured world, we can easily lose sight of who we are and what we were created for. Yet grasping our core relational identity as children of God and maturing into deeper relationship with Him – and one another – are fundamental...

  • Spiritual Feasting

    Jenny Sanders

    Are you spiritually satisfied or hungering for more?

    Psalm 23 pictures the Father preparing a table where we can feast in intimacy with Him, victorious in the presence of our enemies. An innovative guide, Spiritual Feasting encourages us to take our assigned places...

  • Through the Storms

    Eric Gaudion

    After more than twenty years battling pancreatitis – one of the most painful disorders known to humankind – involving more than a hundred hospital admissions, more than thirty operations, several near-death encounters, the trauma of transplant surgery and the constant expectation of death, Eric Gaudion shares how he reconciled his faith and his condition...

  • Come and See

    Roy Millar

    Come and See walks us through John’s Gospel from beginning to end. Spread across fifty-two concise and accessible chapters that match the fifty...

  • The Peg and the Pumice Stone

    Glyn Jones

    Do you long to share what Jesus is really like, but struggle to know how? Do you feel like a weak link when it comes to evangelism? And do you wonder what a peg and a pumice stone could have to do with it all? Then this is a book for you!

  • If Not Now, When?

    Fernando de Paula

    Is your life dominated by the pressures of the past or the future? Then it’s time to begin a journey into living differently.
    This timely, inspirational and motivational book encourages us to stop living in the past, and learn to live ‘in the now’, trusting our anxiety and future to God.

  • Simply Eat

    Simply Eat

    Have we forgotten that food and faith belong together?
    From Genesis to Revelation, God provides for His people to eat. Regardless of age or ethnicity, gender or class, we all know...

  • A Guide to the End of the World

    Pete Lowman

    Will I be 'raptured'? Will there be an 'antichrist'? What might heaven be like? And did someone mention a 'Millennium'??

  • Is God Really Legit?

    Neil Laing

    God and science – you can't really believe in both, right!?

    Or can you??

    Is God Really Legit? asks the tough questions and gives you the info you need to decide.

  • Rouse the Warriors

    Steve Uppal

    All over the world, God is calling His Church to rise up, take her rightful place and fulfil her glorious destiny. But time is short...

  • A Better Kind of Intimacy

    Jack Skett

    Porn is everywhere – but does it have a cost? Does Jesus offer something better? How can young men respond?

  • Time to Live

    Ann Clifford

    How we leave this life will be our final word to those we love – yet how many of us will be ready?

    In Time to Live, Ann Clifford explores the issues around facing death with faith.

  • Forgiveness Remembers

    Paul Farren, Robert Miller

    'Forgive and forget' is the mantra. But what if the path to true peace were 'forgive and remember'?

    This is the radical and liberating truth shared by two authors who...

  • Hidden in Plain Sight

    Clive Thorne

    Where does your treasure lie? What is it that makes you come alive? Is it the latest boxset or tabloid headline, your sport's team...

  • Light and Liberty

    Peter Mockford

    As Western awareness of spirituality increases, Peter Mockford believes deliverance ministry will be critical to the church's mission and future success.

  • Two Other Men

    Graham Reeves

    All four gospels tell of Jesus being crucified between two thieves, but only St Luke's gospel records the final words of these other men. Why does he include these exchanges?

  • The Judas Trap

    Derek Williams

    It's annoying when we mess up.

    And it's infuriating when someone else does.

    But it's tragic when the mess-up could have been avoided.

  • Walking with Purpose

    Richard Whitehouse

    Wild adventure and tranquil rest, fearful doubt and inspired hope – the walk of faith truly is the journey of a lifetime!

  • Losing the Fig Leaf

    Nicki Copeland

    Do you ever yearn to be free? Do you ever feel as if you're hiding your true self? Do you long to throw off...

  • The Reluctant Exorcist

    Ken Gardiner

    For most people their only encounter with the ministry of exorcism is through sensational books and films, but when the need for it arises in real life it is important that it is conducted confidently and competently. However, the opportunity for training in this field is limited...

  • The Returning King

    Clare Lambert

    Are the Jewish people still part of God's plan? Does the land of Israel figure in Christ's return? Has Jesus' second coming slipped...

  • Just Love

    Angus Ritche, Paul Hackwood

    Everyone longs for love. Who could possibly be against it? Love seems uncontroversial: the modern-day equivalent of 'motherhood and apple pie'.

  • I'm a Christian - so what do I believe?

    Ken Gardiner

    Ken Gardiner has a passion for Jesus Christ and a passion for truth. Drawing on his rich life experiences of God and his deep biblical...

Meet our Authors

  • Jenny Sanders

    Jenny Sanders is an international speaker, prophetic teacher and writer who has been involved in discipling and training Jesus-lovers...

  • Karen Palmer

    Karen worked as a specialty doctor in community psychiatry until she retired in 2018.

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