Tag Archive for: books

Infertility: Could Community & Prayer Help Cure the Hidden Pain?

By: Laura Bennett

What is your hidden pain? Whether you’re worried about something, carrying an unseen health diagnosis or grieving past loss, so much can be beneath the surface of our lives that others are completely unaware of. Read more

Colonialism: A Moral Reckoning – A John Anderson Book Review

By: John Anderson

The Black Lives Matter riots and protests as well as the widespread phenomenon of pulling down statues of colonial leaders has made the nature and legacy of European colonialism front and centre of widespread discussion again. Read more

Books to Bring in the Christmas Season

By: Georgia Free

Christmas is almost here – and there are plenty of books to help you and your family celebrate the festive season and reflect on the birth of Jesus. Read more

Your “Ordinary” Makes Life Meaningful, Says ‘Jesus And’ Author Robert Fergusson

By: Laura Bennett

If you’ve been exposed to the Christian worldview for any length of time, it’s likely you’ve heard people talk about how we “partner with God” in His masterplan for the world and how, despite our ordinariness and failures at times, we’re all qualified for the job of being a “friend of God” in that pursuit. Read more

Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life [Book Review]

By: John Anderson

Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life is Jordan Peterson’s follow-up to his best-selling 10 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Read more

Tim Keller’s Last Word on Forgiveness

By: Stephen McAlpine

Perhaps it’s fitting that Tim Keller’s last book was Forgive: How Should I and How Can I? Read more

Why You Should Deface Your Books

By: Sheridan Voysey

If you live in the UK and weren’t already onto it, all the Hermiones, Where’s Wallys and Cats in Hats at the school gates probably reminded you recently of World Book Day. Read more

Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World – Book Review

By: John Anderson

Tom Holland’s latest book Dominion: The Making of the Western Mind, was listed in the Uk’s Sunday Times  Best History Book of the Year list, for good reason.

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The Word Becomes Film – Book Review

By: Lorrene McClymont

The Word Becomes Film, written by Russ Matthews is a modern-day parable, perfectly crafted to introduce the reader to an incredibly easy way of speaking to others about God.

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Stressed? You Can Use it For Good, says Former Navy Officer Paul Taylor

By: Laura Bennett

When something’s hard, our culture tends to want to make it easier: tired of walking up stairs? Here’s an escalator. Don’t want to cook food? Here’s a takeaway or microwave-meal option. Read more