No works of literature have been subjected to such close, persistent scrutiny by so many over the centuries as the Gospels. In this book, Trevor Dennis urges us to investigate where the Gospels lead in the search for the bright gospel beyond the Gospels.
The Grace-filled Wilderness connects contemporary encounters of wilderness with the traditional themes of Lent and Jesus’ journey to the cross. Introducing a series of 'double-edged' subjects, the author uncovers how these bring us life as well as potentially drain life from us when we fall into them in the wrong way. How we deal with our appetites; what gives us identity; how to live with the freedom and power — each week progresses from 'wilderness to grace', we move through Lent and Holy Week into the glorious hope of Easter.
The Guilt Book combines biblical theology and modern psychology, offering a fresh perspective that helps you escape the paralysis caused by guilt and differentiate between guilt that is true or false.
There was once a very beautiful angel. Her hair gleamed, her wings sparkled and her dress was whiter than white. She was the most elegant angel that you could ever have wished to see. But she was also very, very proud. She really thought that she was the best! Follow the Hoity-Toity Angel through the events of the Christmas story as she discovers that it's what's on the inside that counts.
All too often, incarnational ministry is divorced from proclamation and prayer. But word and work go hand in hand. This fresh take on incarnational life, church, and society draws together recent academic research and cutting-edge ministry. It presents a renewed theology of Christian action for a new generation of evangelical leaders.
John Pritchard considers the importance and challenges of the vital task of intercession. He then offers practical examples of intercessions in traditional services, all-age worship, small groups and personal devotions. Material for seasons, major festivals and special events is also included.
Compelled by the belief that a large number of Christians want to come to God with others' needs, John Pritchard offers starter ideas and introductory material to help those who lead intercessions in public worship and small groups. In a gentle, accessible style he aims to open the reader's imagination to enrich their own style of praying.
Adapted from The Big Bible Storybook, The Jesus Bible Storybook contains twenty-four brief stories in a board book format to help very young children learn about Jesus. Read stories of Jesus' birth, life, death, and resurrection in a few words, with full-color photographic illustrations from The Big Bible Storybook.
Alister McGrath, one of the world's leading Christian theologians, tells of his discovery of Christianity while a student at Oxford University and takes readers on a panoramic tour of the landscape of the Christian faith. Using the great themes of the creeds as a map, McGrath shares his delight in exploring their meaning, significance, and continuing importance.
Perfect for fans of Diary of a Disciple and Wimpy Kid, bestselling author Bob Hartman links up best-loved Bible tales to show the bigger story of God.