Proverbs says that life is is in the power of the tongue. Jesus did not just THINK His way out of the wilderness and neither can we. HE SPOKE TRUTH to invisible beings and to the mind-sets that sought to restrict and defeat Him. This book will help you do the same.
– Steve Buckland
God has not abandoned the nation of Israel but is gathering them in their ancient land as a pre-cursor to their turning to His Son Jesus as their Messiah. This book is a continuation of the author’s book ‘Almost Midnight’ as he explores the role of Israel and the role of the Church in the prophetic timetable of God leading up to the return of Christ.
– Richard David Thompson
The return of Jesus Christ to the earth has been a doctrine of the Christian faith since its beginning: Jesus himself spoke of his return. Many different interpretations of the scriptures have developed leaving many believers in a degree of confusion. In ‘The Return of Jesus Christ’ Mark Dunman explains the various interpretations, assessing what biblical basis there is for them, when and how that teaching was formulated, to allow the reader to judge for themselves which seems most convincing.
– Mark Dunman
Emotions are a vitally important, God-given part of our human personality. They provide the colour and richness we need in our life to prevent it from being an insipid, dull experience. But things can go wrong with our emotions and being dominated by negative emotions can lead to a miserable existence. Emotional pain is as real as physical pain and can be severe. Despite the fact that we live in a ‘feelings-first’ culture, many still find it extremely difficult to accurately identify and express their emotions. Colin Dye teaches what it means to be an emotionally whole person, explaining that emotions are signals that point to deeper, unmet needs. He explains how we can identify the real needs that lie beneath the surface of our emotional ‘smoke screens’ and how we can receive fulfillment in Jesus. The author deals with the causes of the most common negative emotions: fear, anxiety, anger, sadness and depression, and teaches how we can overcome them.
– Colin Dye
Alistair has been called to speak to men and women of this generation regarding the area of financial freedom. God has commissioned him with a ministry majoring in not only seeing lives changed financially, but also changed through a prophetic and word centered ministry. He travels extensively nationally and internationally with his wife Heather teaching on the Biblical and practical principles of the Kingdom of God. ‘Kingdom Business’ will change your life and ministry. Alistair Whitmoor-Pryer is a living example of how someone can tap into God’s creative nature to release finance for the Kingdom. Whether you’re a Christian or non-Christian, man, woman or child, this book is a must! Pastor John Partington, leader of Riverside Church, Exeter, England
– Alistair Whitmoor-Pryer
Compiled from a list of sources including the Cartulaire des Isles Normands, the Extente of Guernsey of 1331 and the livres de perchage, dating back to the Middle Ages, this Index of Guernsey Place Names, the result of 50 years study, is a unique reference work. Complete with French English and English French translations of topographical terms and a list of family names derived from topographical features, the book gives invaluable insight into the tapestry of life in Guernsey over the centuries from the Norman settlement to the mid-20th century, when the feudal system finally gave way to the modern system of landholding.
– Hugh Lenfestey
Graham and Shirley Powell were born and grew up in New Zealand. Graham became a Christian as a young man through the ministry of Youth for Christ. Shirley was raised in a Christian family and gave her life to Jesus as a child. The two met as voluntary workers in Wellington, New Zealand, with Open Air Campaigners (O.A.C.), an international, interdenominational, evangelistic organization founded in Australia. Shortly after their marriage they came on staff with O.A.C. serving firstly in Wellington and Hamilton before moving to N.S.W., Australia, with the same organization. From N.S.W. they moved to Brisbane, Queensland, where they served at Christian Life Centre before moving to British Columbia, Canada. For fifty years they have been involved in evangelistic and pastoral ministry, Christian Camping, and itinerant teaching ministry. Based on Vancouver Island for the past twenty nine years, Shirley is active in local church life while Graham is primarily involved in itinerant work in Canada and internationally. Graham’s burden is to equip believers for the work of service. He has written four books: Christian Set Yourself Free, Fear Free, Two Kingdoms – the battle for man’s soul and Called to Conquer
– Graham and Shirley Powell
Against the backdrop of advancing secularism and rampant atheism, we see churches closing on all sides, particularly in the West, where Christianity is often regarded as old hat, quaint and irrelevant. Strangely, at the same time it is evident that new churches are springing up everywhere. Terry Virgo maintains that we need visionaries, tough fighters and tenacious builders if we are going to see the Gospel succeed in our generation and build strong churches that engage with our contemporary culture and bring in the kingdom of God. Building great churches takes tenacity, endurance and Nehemiah-type leadership. Nehemiah and other biblical characters who rose above the trends of their age, proved that God is well able to revolutionize situations if we take Him seriously and respond obediently to His initiatives. By examining the lives of Joseph, Gideon and Nehemiah Terry Virgo inspires us afresh and shows that the tide is turning against secularism and we are increasingly seeing God’s great plan being fulfilled to glorify His Son in the earth.
– Terry Virgo
Have you ever felt that life is a struggle? This book is about Jacob and his character weaknesses and shows how God used him despite them. ~ Based on Genesis chapter 32 ~ Examines weaknesses in Christians ~ Shows how God will still use flawed characters.
– Greg Haslam
How have Christian men and women contributed to the Britain we know today? John Bradley sets out the answer comprehensively in this detailed work, which is both a detailed history of many aspects of our nation and also a reasoned demonstration of the huge impact of the Christian faith in our life and society.
– John Bradley
In these turbulent times fear can so easily lay a grip on us but God promise to protect those who trust in Him and walk in His ways. From Psalm 91 Edward Evans explains how God is well able to protect believers and bring them to a place of victory.
– Edward Evans
As a small child Tony Anthony was sent by his parents to China where he was trained by a King Fu master and by his late teens he was a three times champion but personal tragedy and wrong decisions led him to the depths of despair in prison in Nicosia, Cyprus. Here his life changed round completely when he was led to faith in Jesus Christ. Vivid and deeply moving this book shows how a man trained and given to violence can be transformed by the power of God.
– Tony Anthony
The International Business Missionary, Jim Penberthy, has said of this book: “Andrew, you have written one fantastic timely book! I am quite overcome with what you have put together………It is a very important book and there is no doubt whatsoever that your book is a result of hearing the Lord clearly for the times that we are living in and is also a result of many years of the author walking daily with the Lord!”
– Andrew Baguley
This book challenges the widely held view that modern-day Israel has little connection with the covenants, prophecies and promises made by God to the Israelites in ancient times and that these promises have been transferred to or fulfilled in the Churctamih. The author shows that the return of the Jews to their homeland is a fulfilment of those ancient promises but nor does he discount the rights of the Palestinian Arabs and urges the case for praying for Israel, the Jewish people, the Palestinians and the Middle East in general.
Writing from her own experiences as an ex-anorexic and as a counselor, Helena Wilkinson explores the underlying contributory factors to eating disorders, including family background, sexuality struggles and emotional hunger, and provides guidelines for full recovery from chaotic eating. She outlines the various types of help available, including counselling, family, and group therapy, friendship and self-help. She offers insight and hope to sufferers, their families and carers, and to professionals involved in eating disorder treatment.
– Helena Wilkinson
A short book to use individually or in small groups to help you develop intimate relationship with God the Father in prayer. Each chapter has useful insights and teaching and ends with questions, meditations and thoughts on how to apply the principles learnt in your own life.
– Wendy Thomas
The times we live in are scary and unpredictable. The world is unstable and global politics and finance are volatile. None of us are certain about what might happen tomorrow and most people feel helpless to do anything about it. Yet what we are facing is nothing new. History is punctuated with numerous similar periods. What did the people of God do during such times? They prayed and fasted. Derek Prince asserts that you can make a difference in an unpredictable world. Your prayers can actually change it. Using illustrations from his own life the author shows how you can use your influence in heaven, touching the heart of God in prayer, to make a difference. He gives us practical guidelines and imparts tried and tested biblical principles.
– Derek Prince
Fear free has been in print since 1987. Graham Powell was once a very fearful person. His own quest for freedom led him to the Scriptures and to the liberating power of the Lord Jesus Christ. By applying Biblical principles, which he now preaches and teaches, other people have been empowered to take up their own ministries, free from the intimidation that once hindered them.
– Graham Powell
Greg Haslam contends that we will not see revival, either individually or corporately as the Church, until each of us determines to seek God and to see Him as the prophet Isaiah saw Him. Isaiahs encounter with God completely revolutionized his life and his ministry. I pray that you will be similarly transformed as you read this passionate plea to engage with the God of Isaiah.’ DR. R. T. KENDALL, Author and Bible Teacher This hard-hitting, incisive and prophetic book focuses on the opening verses of Isaiah chapter 6, examining the dramatic encounter that the priest Isaiah had with the Living God and applying it to us as individuals and to the modern Church. Greg Haslam challenges us to seek a fresh revelation of God one that will forever change our perspective of Him and of the world around us.
This book is written to help you enter into a deeper understanding and experience of Father God’s love for you. The 40 daily readings are designed to draw you into the Father’s heart and help you discover more of God’s great love for you and His desire to be involved in every detail of your life.