Exciting and important change at Instant Apostle

As many of you may be aware, over the past couple of years Manoj has had pastoral and teaching responsibilities for a Baptist church in Barking. Having enjoyed the work, he is delighted to be starting as a Baptist minister in training at Pinner Baptist Church this autumn. With the increased ministry and study commitments … Read more …

NEW BOOK: Mental health mystery-romance

Inside story of mental health therapy
Moves away from labelling and stereotypes
A mystery to be solved
Unique psychologist’s perspective
Third in series of Dr Mike Lewis novels
Stand-alone novel Read More »

NEW BOOK: A child refugee questions her identity

How does a teen discover or give up their identity?
Is Lena Jewish or Christian; Israeli, German or British?
Set against the backdrop of post-war Britain
Powerful Holocaust experience accounts
Moves between Canterbury and newly formed Israel Read More »

NEW BOOK: Mugabe’s Zimbabwe remembered by former child slave

Stunning account of escape from childhood slavery
Inspiring, moving and true story of two men from opposite backgrounds reconciling their pasts
Backdrop of life in Mugabe’s brutal Zimbabwe and racist, colonial Rhodesia
A story of God’s grace and the transforming power of forgiveness Read More »

Great team prayer meeting today!

View this post on Instagram Great prayer meeting today with the core @instantapostle team as we seek for God to continue to use us to publish Christian books that impact lives! Excited about the future and all God will do through Instant Apostle in the days ahead. #books #christianbooks #christian #christianity #jesus #jesuschrist #bookcommunity #everythingchristian … Read more …

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Dr Stephen Critchlow

Dr Stephen Critchlow is a consultant psychiatrist and author. He is married with five adult daughters and lives in Northern Ireland. Over the last several years Stephen has travelled extensively giving talks on mental health and spiritual issues. He is the author of two books… Read More »

AUTHOR BLOG: The hidden costs of fatherlessness

‘Children are resilient.’ How many times have we heard this said about the fallout from divorce or separation? But in saying this, are we minimising God’s order in creation? Are we saying it’s not really that important for children to grow up with two parents, mum and dad, who both have equal but different roles … Read more …