• Jesus in Town

    Elizabeth Mednick

    What does a Spirit-led unity movement look like? This is the remarkable story of what happened when the churches of Barking and Dagenham were inspired to come together to serve their borough. Fuelled by prayer, and committed to overcoming the challenges of...

  • Working with Released Prisoners

    Stephen Dailly

    Every year, thousands of people are released from prison and back into the community. Many of these are believers in Christ, just like you and me.
    So how can we, the Church, support these brothers and sisters as they seek to transition back into society? How can we help them move forward with their faith?

  • Are We Brave Enough?

    Ian Mayer

    With many churches locked into congregational models and brand building, Are We Brave Enough? asks Christians to consider doing 5 things that could change the landscape of local church communities, and help Christians become more effective in transforming the world.

  • Mission and Movement

    Hirpo Kumbi

    How can immigrant and refugee churches move from cultural preservation to cross-cultural mission?
    As Hirpo Kumbi, an experienced church-planter and cross-cultural missionary...

  • Intentional Mentoring

    Paul Wilcox

    Mentoring... it's discipleship with a kick!

    As a mentor with more than 20 years' experience, Paul Wilcox is well placed to explore the construction process that is involved in making disciples...

  • A Gathering Momentum

    Roger Sutton

    A quiet reformation is gathering momentum across the UK and the world...

    Church leaders from across the denominational spectrum are coming together in friendship and prayer...

  • Ordinary Miracles

    Chris Lane

    An inspirational account of mess, meals and miracles!

    When Chris Lane and his friends planted a church on an inner-city estate notorious for crime and deprivation...

  • The Culturally Intelligent Leader

    Hirpo Kumbi

    What kind of leader is needed in a multicultural, multiethnic age?

    What is cultural intelligence and why is it essential to the future growth of the church?

  • Mission With

    Paul Keeble

    How did a middle-class Northern Irishman settle in inner-city Manchester and co-found a community response to gun and gang crime? What does putting out the bins in a multi-ethnic, terraced street have to do with mission? Why is 'where' as important as 'what' for Christian service, and what is The Question Not Being Asked?

  • Pictures of God

    Rev Dr Andrew R Hardy

    How do our views of God impact the way we do mission?

    Does our outreach reflect the full nature of the Trinity?

    Informed by the work of leading thinkers...

  • Loved, Called, Gifted

    Catherine Cowell, Sean Kennedy

    What would it be like to have a deeper sense of motivation and purpose? Sadly, many people don't know who they are, what they are good at or what they want to do. But it does not have to be that way! The truth is there is a God-given reservoir of world-changing energy in everyone waiting to be released. When you find it, you will never be the same again. Your enjoyment of life, inspiration, creativity and productivity all step up to an entirely new level.

  • Partnership in Mission

    Israel Oluwole Olofinjana

    What is the Black Majority Church? How heterogeneous is the movement? What opportunities are there for partnership with the wider church?

  • Church Uncorked

    Catherine Cowell, Sean Kennedy

    How can we lead in a way that releases the potential so often constrained by traditional leadership structures? Both within and outside the church there is new thinking that is transforming the way organisations are structured and led, allowing an explosion of innovation and creativity.

  • Entertaining Angels

    Janet Hosier, Liza Hoeksma

    How often have you seen someone sleeping on the streets and wondered, 'What can I do that will really help this person? Can I make a difference?'

  • 21st Century Evangelicals

    Greg Smith (Editor)

    What does it mean to be an evangelical today? How do we define what evangelicals believe, and what implications does this have for the church's mission in the twenty-first century?

  • Forming Multicultural Partnerships

    Rev Dr Andrew R Hardy, Rev Dan Yarnell

    For the church to be relevant to a culturally and ethnically diverse Britain it cannot be separated along these lines. There is a prophetic call on Christians to partner together and see God’s heart to unite all nations. By planting multi-ethnic churches and forming multicultural partnerships, God’s kingdom of people from every culture and nation will begin  to emerge and impact our divided society.

  • The Book of Boaz

    Dave Smith

    The 'failed' asylum seeker.

    Confused. Bewildered. Hungry. Cold. Scared.

    Or Illegal. Criminal. Guilty. Cheating. Dangerous.

    Which is it?

  • Turning the Tables on Mission

    Israel Oluwole Olofinjana

    Turning the Tables on Mission documents the experiences of contemporary missionaries from the global south coming to the UK. Their candid, personal accounts challenge many stereotypes and form a rich resource for collective learning as we seek to grow a shared identity as the people of God in what is an increasingly complex and diverse society.

  • Building the Kingdom Through Business

    Bridget Adams, Manoj Raithatha

    If it's business that shapes the world, then how can we use it to shape the world for good and for God?

Meet our Authors

  • Catherine Cowell

    Catherine Cowell and Sean Kennedy are personal development and leadership coaches who work together to provide workshops to businesses, churches and voluntary organisations. For several years Catherine was a leader at Church Without Walls.

  • Stephen Dailly

    Stephen Dailly studied English Literature and Classics at Keele University before teaching in a variety of schools and colleges for eighteen years.

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