Reviews

First published: July 2010
John Brencher first attended Westminster Chapel in 1951 when Martyn Lloyd-Jones was at the height of his powers and this book was...
First published: July 2010
Drane challenges how we have packaged Christianity in such a way that engaging with this increasingly ‘spiritual’ generation is made more...
First published: July 2010
This is an easy-read guide to local and global mission, exploring what it means for us to say ‘the world is my parish’.
First published: July 2010
To many, and maybe most of us, the experiences set out in this compelling book are quite unknown. It makes it all the more important that...
First published: July 2010
We seem to have “Mission-shaped” titles for everything these days, but this one is good.
First published: July 2010
Chances are you will know somebody who has shown a desire to serve overseas on the mission field.
First published: July 2010
Wade Bradshaw, a worker at L’Abri, relates the aims and accomplishments of the English branch in a very personal way by recalling...
First published: July 2010
If you are expecting this book to provide you with the definitive 'Christian Answer' to the issue of genetic modification (GM) and...
First published: July 2010
The title, taken from a traditional hymn, introduces a book in the tradition of Sangster’s Methodism: Her Unfinished Task.
First published: July 2010
John Stott is a greatly respected Christian leader - even Archbishops of Canterbury acknowledge his influence is greater then theirs.

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