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Dear DogGraham Jeffrey Dear Dog is a series of often humorous, insightful illustrations, bible verses and musings that see life and faith from a canine perspective.

Graham Jeffrey is a retired priest who is also an exceptional illustrator, his previous books for Kevin Mayhew were well received and continue to be requested today
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Sunday Sorted - Book 2Rachel Summers & Eleanor King Sunday Sorted is a resource for the whole church family and will be treasured by anyone involved in preparing and leading worship in church. Based on the Common Worship Lectionary, it ensures that everyone, from the youngest to the oldest, will be exploring and praying through the same themes, ideas, and scriptures. As the family of God, we all have things to learn from each other and this book will enable such conversations to happen.
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Seasonal Sundays Sorted Rachel Summers & Eleanor King The all-age programme for Common Worship
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Special Sundays Sorted Rachel Summers & Eleanor King The all-age programme for Common Worship
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Responding To The Image of GodJoel Edwards An Advent study course
Joel Edwards writes: ’We are all trying to discover what it means to be alive, to be truly human in community with others. We want to be valued and to value others; the shorthand word for all of this is respect.
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THIS?Susan Sayers I realise that THIS? is rather a strange title! So I thought, maybe it should be followed by a question mark? In a way, the question mark is the journey of discovery which this book describes. That’s because I want us to explore together the full reality of THIS?: where we actually are, who and what we really are, what is our ‘This’, and is God’s ‘This’ a fuller reality? If so, how does that affect the way we lovers of the Creator react to Earth Warming?
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Wild WorshipRachel Summers

Discovering God Through Creation

Wild Worship is great for families with Children in Forest School or who want to spend family time outdoors

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God In The Garden Philip Eley A year of weekly bible reflections that follow the seasons and changes of the gardener's year
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Hêliand The Saxon GospelBen Field Hêliand is a ninth century poem in Old Saxon. The title means saviour, and the poem is a biblical paraphrase that recounts the life of Jesus in the alliterative style of a Germanic epic. It spans 71 chapters and is almost six thousand lines long, making it the largest known work of written Old Saxon.

The poem presents a gospel narrative that is distinctively medieval and North European, and has spiritual value as well as cultural or historical importance. As well as surprises like finding the wedding at Cana set in a mead hall, or seeing ancient cities called Romeburg and Nazarethburg, the poem is also provocatively fresh, recasting familiar stories in new ways.

Hêliand was composed with evangelism in mind, to be recited by bards, and retains its resonance today. This text is well-suited to use in public worship and private study, to connect with the cultural past of the Church and to hear the gospel again for the first time.
Product Id : 17369
The Kingdom of ForgivenessGerald O' Mahony

The kingdom of God is the kingdom of heaven and is the place where forgiveness is at home. God has already forgiven everything, past, present and to come, and the only question remaining is, can we forgive one another? Forgiveness is truth, revenge is a lie. Forgiveness is a gift, and it is needed by everyone, not just by those we consider to be sinners. In heaven everything will not be corrected, everything will be forgiven.

Gerald O’Mahony’s insightful and thought-provoking study of forgiveness includes a series of questions based on the individual chapters, ideal for group discussion.

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Presentation Labels X50 Pack Designed especially for prize-giving and presentations

Simply stick in a Bible or book for prize-giving
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The Bloke's BibleDave Hopwood A bloke with a Bible goes into a pub . . .

No, it’s not the start of a joke but a punchy, down-to-earth retelling of Bible stories, aimed especially at men.

Dave Hopwood’s honest and funny The Bloke's Bible features a regular guy reflecting on his life, his faith and his Bible as he opens it in his local pub and relates what he reads to the world around him.
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Lift Off! - Leadership Skills For 7-12 Year OldsPaul Canon Harris and Heather Torrens A brief guide to help young people who are given leadership roles.

Ideal for children of junior school age.

This informative, interactive and accessible guide is packed with advice, scenarios and practical toolkits on communication, running meetings and conflict resolution.

An essential training resource for schools and organisations, and an ideal gift for proud parents and grandparents to buy.

Downloadable teachers guide available. (See Resources)
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The Big Book Of Bible Questions Sally Ann Wright - Illustrated by Paola Bertolini Grundina These simple questions, drawn from the lives of all the main characters in the Bible, and covering all the main events, will delight, challenge and amuse. All the best-loved Bible stories are here, brought to life by Italian artist Paola Bertolini Grudina’s lively illustrations.
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Christening PrayersSally Ann Wright - Illustrated by Honor Ayres This beautiful gift book combines prayers, traditional and modern, with details about baby’s first year. It will become a special keepsake as well as baby’s first book of prayers.
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The Secret of HappinessJan Godfrey - Illustrated by Honor Ayres Jesus knew the secret of happiness – but he didn’t keep it to himself.
Jesus shared the secret with everyone he knew. Do you want to know it?
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3 - Minute Prayers For The MorningGaynor Cobb Invites you to spend a few minutes of calm and then feel energised for the day ahead.

Each piece is a two-page spread, beginning with a Bible quote which is followed by a short reflection. This is finished off with a short prayer and questions or thoughts for the reader to ponder.

The ideal way to begin your day with God.

Gaynor Cobb has spent many years as a teacher and Christian writer. Her first book, Teaching Christian Citizenship, was published by Kevin Mayhew after one of her projects won a Kent SACRE award. Gaynor has written prayers for both schools and churches.
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3 - Minute Prayers For GrandparentsPam Pointer Gives grandparents the opportunity to chat with God about the joys and challenges of having grandchildren.

Invites grandparents to pray for their grandchildren throughout their lives.

Each daily piece encourages you to Read, Pray and Think for a few minutes as you bring the youngsters to Father God.
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Bible Birds and Beasties Leena Lane - Illustrated by T.S. Spookytooth Did you hear about the donkey who talked?
Or the man who lived inside a big fish?

Children will love this collection of best-loved Bible stories, with Noah, Jonah, Daniel, Elijah, the stories of Jesus - and a few surprises, too, all quirkily illustrated by the amazing T.S. Spookytooth!
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Dedication PrayersSally Ann Wright - Illustrated by Honor Ayres This beautiful gift book combines prayers, traditional and modern, with details about baby’s first year. It will become a special keepsake as well as baby’s first book of prayers.
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The Lord Is My ShepherdJan Godfrey - Illustrated by Honor Ayres David knew that God was his good Shepherd, giving him everything he needed, keeping him safe and showing him the right way to live. Do you want God to be your good Shepherd too?
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3 - Minute Prayers For The WeekendDavid Gatward A collection of short prayers to help you prepare for the weekend.

Topics include: going to the tip; work-weary; family gatherings; needing a rest; children's birthday parties; the weather; holiday traffic; Sunday lunch; time to pray, and many more.

The perfect way to gather your thoughts before God and before the weekend hits.
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3 - Minute Prayers For The EveningLinda Ottewell Written in the same reflective and inspiring style as Linda Ottewell’s first book, Deep Calls to Deep, and promises to be a great blessing to all those who seek a closer walk with our wonderful God.

Each piece is a two-page spread, beginning with a Bible quote which is followed by a short reflection. This is then rounded off with questions or suggestions for the reader to ponder and a brief concluding prayer.

Loosely based on the Ignatian Spirituality Examen method of reviewing the day, and each of the 40 meditative pieces in this collection is positive, encouraging and thought-provoking.
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The Classic Children’s BibleRhona Davies - Illustrated by Maria Cristina Lo Cascio This Children’s Bible is a treasury of stories, known and loved by generations of readers. Beautifully illustrated and presented, it is a timeless collection that will inspire all who open its pages.
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What Happens When You Die Grandpa?Jan Godfrey - Illustrated by Honor Ayres Every year on Grandpa’s birthday, the cherry tree is covered in blossom. But this year there is nothing left but a stump.

‘The tree was very, very old,’ said Grandpa. ‘It was time for it to die.’
‘You’re very, very old,’ Harriet said anxiously. ‘Are you going to die?’

In this moving story about cherry stones and poppy seeds, caterpillars and baby chicks, Harriet learns about death and new life.

“This is a delightful book, which will enable parents to give their children a simple and clear understanding of death and heaven – a subject all too often ignored or evaded.”
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3 - Minute Prayers Before I SleepNicky Edwards This series of prayers gives children a way of processing their day and ending it positively with God.

Ideal for children of junior school age.

Enables children to end each day with Jesus, telling him about their life and being reassured of his presence and love as they go to sleep, looking forward to whatever tomorrow brings.
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3 - Minute Prayers For Coffee BreaksPam Pointer Gives people a positive experience of the presence of God during their drinks break.

Suitable for anyone who pauses for a cuppa during the day.

Invites you to take a drinks break, relax your shoulders, and reconnect with God. Drink your drink, and drink up what God has to communicate to you.

Each daily piece invites you to Read, Pray and Think. It only takes a few minutes, then you’ll return to your tasks refreshed and renewed, having paused to ponder.
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The Puzzle Of Pastoral careAlison Moore The Puzzle Of Pastoral care is for anyone who is responsible for, interested in or practising pastoral care: lay or ordained; in full time or part time ministry; paid or voluntary. Anyone being trained in pastoral care or responsible for training others. The issues raised are relevant to churches of all denominations.

Pastoral care in churches is a puzzle. Why is it rarely talked about seriously? How has it come to be either taken for granted or sidelined as less important than ‘mission’ and ‘church growth’? And why is pastoral care so difficult to do well? It is clearly at the heart of the Christian life, yet in many churches, pastoral care is surprisingly inadequate, and where it does work well, it is often mysteriously difficult to replicate elsewhere.

This book aims to help churches work on better pastoral care provision. It takes a down-to-earth approach in a brief and accessible format. While addressing what makes for good, thoughtful, high-quality pastoral care, it also looks at what can get in the way, the hitches and glitches and challenges. Each short section includes illustrative stories, ending with suggested Bible passages and prayers. It could be used by a group or dipped into by individuals.
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EstherLinda Ottewell How much do you know about Esther and why an Old Testament book bears her name? Who was she? When and where did she live? What did she achieve that is so memorable? What is the book of Esther about? Linda Ottewell looks at why Esther and her story are relevant and important today. To what extent can we identify with Esther and what can we learn from her? Esther has all the ingredients for a good story. It’s exciting, gripping, inspiring, full of drama and romance, intrigue and subterfuge, conflict, tension and danger. However, it is much more than simply a good story. Despite not being spoken of explicitly, God’s presence is felt throughout. The chapters clearly demonstrate God’s faithfulness, sovereignty, compassion, grace and mercy, and his loving care for his chosen people. This devotional contains 30 meditations – a daily reading for a month. A brief introduction for each section leads into a Bible reading, followed by a short reflection, with questions or a thought to ponder, and then a closing prayer.
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ThroughSteve Chick Jesus’ cries from the cross offer lasting hope to all who look to him. They were, and still are, famous last words!

Death, not space, is the final frontier. It takes no prisoners. There is no reprieve for good behaviour. Money can’t buy a way out. Its shadow looms over all humanity. Shrouded in mystery, the thought of it leaves most of us overwhelmed with fear. If the short-sighted solution is not to think about it, is there anyone who has faced death, lived to tell the tale and can show us the way through?

For centuries the words of one man have given lasting hope to all those facing the ultimate challenge that death poses. His name is Jesus. The Bible says that God sent him to set free all those who were overwhelmed by their fear of death. He claimed that anyone who put their trust in him, and in what he said, would never die. Over the centuries, since he made that promise, millions of people have taken him at his word.

Were they right to do so? Can we? Especially as, bizarrely, not long after Jesus made that statement he himself died, crucified on a Roman cross! My conviction is yes.

In the six hours it took for him to die, Jesus didn’t say much. Yet what he did say was profound. His seven ‘cries from the cross’ provide answers to humanity’s deep need for forgiveness, security and belonging. They fill the human heart with confidence, that when we close our eyes on this life God will take us home. To prove that he meant what he said, Jesus rose from the dead.
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