Book Reviews

The latest reviews of books from Christian authors.

We review the latest Fiction and Non-Fiction titles from major publishers such as Lion Hudson, Hodder Faith and more.

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Book Review: Dog Tales & Pup Parables by Janet Decaster Perrin
Dogs demonstrate God's unconditional love. No matter what kind of day you have had, your dog welcomes you with a wagging tail and happy eyes. These faithful pets remind us that we are loved. Jesus used simple stories to communicate deep spiritual truths. In "Dog Tales and Pup Parables",...
Book Review: Living Without A Safety Net  by Tim Grant
Packed with remarkable accounts of healings, miracles and salvation, this book tells how healing evangelist Tim Grant encountered Jesus in his early life and how he learned to walk by faith and bring Christ’s love to countless lives. As a teenager one church tried to keep him out as...
Book Review: Forsaking All Others by Esther Anderson
With openness and realism, Esther Anderson tells of her fall into adultery and the painful process of confession, recovery and healing. With God there is 'hope in recovery' and 'failure is not final'. With much practical advice and wisdom learnt from experience, this book is a vital guide for...
Book Review: The Life Of Yeshua by Peter Marks
Yeshua, commonly known as Jesus, has had more far-reaching influence than any other character in human history. The events and teachings of his life led to the birth of the Christian church and still influence people's lives today around the world.
Book Review: Death In The Shadows by Paul McCusker
When Father Gilbert traded in his detective's badge for an Anglican priest's collar, he never expected he would be pulled into a different kind of mystery - the mystery of the spiritual world. Even attending a conference in a seaside town provides no escape as he has yet another...
Book Review: The Beauty Of Intolerance by Josh McDowell, Sean McDowell
Today's message of cultural acceptance is dangerously distorted and deceptive. In a world that shouts: "If you truly care about other people, you must agree that their beliefs, values, lifestyle, and truth claims are equal and as valid as yours!" it's no wonder our youth are confused. The Beauty...
Book Review: Seize The Day by Joyce Meyer
Today is no ordinary day. You may perform simple routines, feel uninspired, or lack the excitement of hope. But today could be the most important one of your life--depending on how you choose to spend it.
Book Review: The Basics Of Christianity by John-William Noble
What does it mean to be a Christian? Why do people get baptised? What is the point of church? Pastor John-William Noble answers these and other common questions about the Christian faith in this helpful interactive guide, useful for small groups or for individual study.
Book Review: Getting To Know The Holy Spirit by Darren Edwards
Who is the Holy Spirit and how do we get to know him? Can we access supernatural gifts and what are they for? This book is for you if you desire to build a relationship with God in a very real way.
Book Review: God Adventures by Darren Wilson
For many people, Christianity has become an institution ofrules, duty, and potlucks. But for filmmaker Darren Wilson, his life of cultural Christianity changed radically when a powerful encounter with God led him to begin making films that attempted to display the God of the Bible in living color. What...
Book Review: Great Big Tandem Tour by Annie Roebuck
Cycling is to Paul what breathing is to most people, but I am neither a cyclist nor keen. He was probably born clutching a bike pump tightly in his fist whereas I am more of a coffee shop kind of girl... Friends suggested we borrow their tandem and that's...
Book Review: Hidden Christmas by Timothy Keller
The New Testament begins not with a dramatic narrative or lofty poetry but with a genealogy. Provocatively, Matthew's gospel includes women in Jesus' family line - something that wasn't customary in an ancient culture, where women were largely powerless and uninfluential.
Book Review: Does The Bible Really Say That...? by Mark Woods
Does God have a specific plan for your life - or mine? Can we really make sense of everything that happens to us? In this bonfire of some of the most precious of all evangelical myths, Mark Woods asks whether a truly biblical faith really supports many supposed evangelical...
Book Review: Life Begins When You Choose by Joyce Gbeleyi
These TRUE STORIES of women in Manchester, each from a very different background, reveal lives transformed as they encountered Jesus through their church communities.
Book Review: Out Of The Darkness by Anthony Gielty
When still young, someone said of Anthony Gielty 'He's gonnae end up in the nick.' And he did - at the age of 17, he was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to ten years, some of which was spent in solitary confinement. At 19, he was placed in...
Book Review: End Of The Roadie by Elizabeth Flynn
Brendan Phelan, rock star, is playing the Apollo, Hammersmith. The stage show includes guns and whips: as it reaches its climax a shot rings out. The body of Oliver Joplin, one of the road crew, lies lifeless outside the stage door. DI Angela Costello and her team investigate, but...
Book Review: Lisa And The Loner by Stephen Hilliam
Lisa is surprised when her magical Great Aunt Gladys asks for her help. After a homeless man mysteriously disappears, she is sent on a quest to find him and uncover his identity. Meanwhile, Gladys must find a new flying dustbin to replace her old one which no longer makes...
Book Review: NIV Holy Bible Pink Polka Dot Journalling Bible by  Hodder & Stoughton
Beautifully designed, cloth-bound Journalling Bible with high quality paper and extra wide, blank margins for note taking and drawing. The Bible has two green ribbons, and green and white striped head and tail bands, as well as pink endpapers and a pink elastic strap closure. The...
Book Review: NIV Manga Bible by Siku
Graphic Artist Siku uses Manga to illustrate the story of the Bible - from creation and Noah, exile and exodus, through judges and kings and prophets of old; on to the liberation that Jesus then brings to the world and the powerful movement that follows...With full-colour plates within the...
Book Review: The Helper by Andy Black
Work fills our lives for forty hours each week for forty years. It was never intended to be a place where we simply earned a living, but one where we accomplish something of worth. Yet most people don't experience this.
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