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Book Review: Free Will - God's Choice, Our Choice by A. E Mitchell
‘Free Will: God’s Choice, Our Choice’ considers the implications of God’s decision to grant freedom of choice to all humankind, and seeks to address questions such as: What exactly is free will? Why did God grant humankind free will? If humankind has free will, who is in charge, God...
 
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Book Review: The Ascent by Peter Grant
In this unique, heart-warming devotional, Peter Grant tells a story in which Jesus invites him to climb a mountain together. “Something stirred deep within me – a longing to be closer to God, to spend more time with him, to get back on track.” ...
 
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Book Review: Shaped To Fit by Joan Kearney
When God shapes our lives to fit his purposes, anything is possible! Raised in a strict Christian sect, with many religious rules and social requirements, Joan struggled to reconcile the lifestyle she was expected to lead with the example that Jesus set for his disciples. Her...
 
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Book Review: Depression: Jesus Is Calling You by P.A. Kennan
P. A. Kennan herself struggled for many years with clinical depression, eventually leading to her contemplating suicide. However, as she began to investigate the root of her depression, she discovered a key to healing, for herself and for others. Kennan summarises the known causes and common...
 
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Book Review: My Time With God by Joyce Meyer
Everyday life can be demanding; it's easy to become distracted by so many things that seem important. But in order to achieve the life God has planned for you, you have to make time for what's most important - and the building block of a fulfilling life - your...
 
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Book Review: Seeking Aliveness by Brian D. Mclaren
In his 2014 book We Make the Road by Walking Brian McLaren gave a basic orientation on what it means to be 'a new kind of Christian' through 52 sermons, working within the framework of the church year and providing a Genesis-Revelation overview of the Bible. It was designed...
 
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Book Review: God Soaked Life by Chris Webb
God's presence permeates our lives and activities, reverberating throughout all he has created. As we open our lives to that presence, we hear the truth of the gospel spoken to our hearts: the kingdom of God has come to us. Chris Webb, an Anglican priest and...
 
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Book Review: Unshakeable Trust by Joyce Meyer
In her new book, New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer explores a life lived in complete and total dependence on God. Drawing on her own experiences and inspiration from the Word of God, Joyce makes the case that in every area of your life--spiritually, relationally, emotionally, financially--you can...
 
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Book Review: Let Me Tell You A Story by Rob Parsons
Rob Parsons is a bestselling author who has travelled widely across the UK and around the world, sharing his own stories of the ups and downs of life and faith with over a million people at live events over the past 30 years. Let Me Tell...
 
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Book Review: You Are The Beloved by Henri J. M. Nouwen
You Are Beloved is a daily devotional created from the very best of Nouwen's writings, paired with daily Scripture readings, that reveals our identity as children of God, and which encourages us to live out that truth in our daily lives. Nouwen is at once refreshingly accessible, unafraid to...
 
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Book Review: Enjoy Your Journey by Joyce Meyer
Are you enjoying every day of your life? Or do you tell yourself and others that you will find happiness once you have achieved a specific goal or position? Jesus came so that you might have and enjoy life (John 10:10). In this compact abridgment, Joyce Meyer combines biblical...
 
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Book Review: An Angel on my Shoulder by Alaereba Stella Ikiriko
Stella Ikiriko is an ordinary woman who has experienced extraordinary events. Practising midwifery for thirty-five years, she worked in both Nigeria and the Uk, with great success in her career. At a number of critical points she faced challenges, but each time she found that Jesus stepped into her...
 
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Book Review: As Kingfishers Catch Fire by Eugene Peterson
'Sixty years ago I found myself distracted.' So begins the introduction to As Kingfishers Catch Fire. What follows is the record of the collaboration of pastor and congregation in acts of worship and a life together. What Eugene Peterson, for thirty years pastor of a Maryland church, discovered is...
 
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Book Review: The Great Mystery by Alister McGrath
The Great Mystery focuses on this fascinating field of study. Alister McGrath, bestselling author and Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University, explores the question of human nature from both scientific and religious perspectives, and weaves together the results to open up and explore some of...
 
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Book Review: Stay The Path by Bobbie Houston
God calls all women to some level of leadership. Yet seeing yourself as a leader, discerning what one is meant to do, and navigating one's role as a woman and leader can be a challenging task. Drawing on the wisdom of 40 years of ministry, Bobbie Houston helps all...
 
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Book Review: God is Stranger by Krish Kandiah
Looking to change your faith for the better? God is Stranger is a book that will do just that. It is a book that is a call to action, a challenge to your faith, and a revolutionary upheaval of every assumption you ever held about God: all routed in...
 
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Book Review: 20 Ways To Make Every Day Better by Joyce Meyer
Tired of day-to-day life? The routines, the pressures and responsibilities that grind you down and leave you with no time to simple be? It can leave you feeling 'is there more to life than this?' It can leave you stuck in a cycle of busyness and tiredness. ...
 
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Book Review: The Sisterhood by Bobbie Houston
The Sisterhood explores God's vision for women: what they should believe about God, themselves, and their ability to make the world a better place. Bobbie shows readers how to embrace and implement that vision in every aspect of their lives, helping them to discover their gifts and talents, and...
 
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Book Review: Exquisite Jesus by Keith Jackson
When we encounter Jesus, we find that his life is full of paradoxes. He is great yet vulnerable; human yet divine; born, but of a virgin; the Life, yet he died; without sin yet suffered divine punishment; ascended to Heaven yet always with us; followed by some but rejected...
 
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