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NEW BOOK! Teenage faith and refugees

Should you keep a secret?
Can you tell a lie?
Can good intentions lead to wrong actions?
Gangs and bullies
How can young teens live for Jesus?
Evocative settings in Cairo and Edinburgh Read More »

NEW BOOK! Lessons in listening to God

Moving, life-changing material for 8–11-year-olds
Looking for treasure in people
Learning to listen to God
Applying truth to daily life
Also appeals to adults
Links to main character’s daily lockdown blog Read More »

NEW BOOK! Stories from Street Pastors

Proving the Church is relevant today
Inspiring stories of people helped and lives saved
Seeing God at work
Making a difference in schools and on railways
Informative and uplifting
Includes responses after terrorist incidents Read More »

NEW BOOK! Post-apocalyptic detective thriller

Set in a quasi-Victorian post-apocalyptic world
A fascinating mystery to solve
Reminiscent of Dickensian London
Rich in detail and contemporary themes
Standalone novel
Second in the Banyard and Mingle mystery series Read More »

NEW BOOK: To the Fourth Generation

A man hiding a guilty secret that could destroy his life
A family engaged in an unsettling search for truth and forgiveness
A saga of four generations linked by ties stronger than blood Read More »

NEW BOOK! Led to the Banquet Hall

Extraordinary journey of healing from childhood abuse
Incredible conversion experience
Challenging, inspiring testimony to the power of forgiveness
Threads of God’s grace and healing love woven throughout
Learning to manage chronic pain
Insights into work in hospice care and ministry to the bereaved Read More »

NEW BOOK! What trusts would you break?

Thought-provoking contemporary novel
Temptation versus trust
How deep desires can shape choices
Covers singleness, infidelity, infertility and adoption
Portrays ups and downs of vicarage life Read More »

NEW BOOK! Relationships? Who needs them?

Asks, ‘Who am I? What is my purpose?’
Raises relational and identity issues
A timely book for leaders and thinkers
Debates our uniqueness and significance
Points to something greater than ourselves Read More »