Sample Chapter! Working with Released Prisoners

About This Book
Five years ago, I was involved with others in building a project to support those being released from prison, who wished to pursue a Christian faith. At that time, we were venturing out on a limb; nothing like what we were trying to do existed. Read More »

Sample Chapter! Are We Brave Enough?

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Start to build differently

When we examine Church traditions and structures that many of us have known since childhood, they are found wanting. It is not that the Church we know is insincere or wrong, but rather that it has mislaid something along its journey. Read More »

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Katherine Blessan

How long have you been writing and how did you get started? I’ve been writing on and off since I was a child (mostly angsty poetry and bad plays!). I wanted to be a writer when I was young, but I don’t think I was taught the skills of writing well, being at school during … Read more …

NEW BOOK: Love beyond the brothel door

One woman’s love for sexually exploited women
Recounts personal stories from London’s red-light district
Inspiration and encouragement to reach out beyond where you are
Includes Heidi’s personal story of being set free Read More »

AUTHOR BLOG: Fiction and mental health

It is my privilege to welcome you to 2019 and the first Instant Apostle author blog! I am writing this when there is a problem with my work-in-progress. I have invested a great deal of time and energy trying to create something a little different. Maybe I was a little too experimental or submitted it … Read more …

An award-winning year!

2018 has been a fantastic year for Instant Apostle!

A particular highlight was being awarded the Small Publisher of the Year Award at the annual industry Christian Resources Together gathering in the autumn. To be recognised by our peers in this way was an incredible honour and is testament to all the amazing work done by our team and wonderful authors! Read More »

Ending violence against women – in the world and in the Church

By Susie Flashman Jarvis Sunday 25th November is the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. These few facts show why it is needed: 1 in 3 women and girls experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, most frequently by an intimate partner Only 52% of women married or in a union … Read more …