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Sir David FrostAn inside look at the heart of Billy Graham. For 30 years, Billy Graham and David Frost fascinated television audiences with their conversations about God, the Bible, and Graham's decades-long ministry. Frost asked the questions that thousands of viewers wanted to ask. Graham answered them with authenticity and grace.
Chrissie ChapmanWhen Chrissie Chapman moved to Burundi in 1990 as a medical missionary to open a maternity clinic, she wasn't expecting to stay 25 years. Through years of civil war, when most expatriates left, Chrissie stayed. During these years Chrissie witnessed God's faithfulness over and over again - in provision of homes and food, protection, and healing for traumatised children.
Dominique EnrightSir Winston Churchill was a man of vast humanity and enormous wit. His most famous speeches and says have passed into history but many of his aphorisms, puns and jokes are less well-known. This book brings quips that show what was best about this lovable, infuriatingly conceited, wildly funny and brilliantly talented Englishman.
Andrew MortonAn icon in life, a legend in death, Diana continues to exert a fascination even twenty years after that terrible night in Paris. In this fully revised volume of his groundbreaking biography, Morton presents the new material from the astonishing tapes and goes on to consider her legacy and relevance to the royal family today.
Beverley CrossBeverley is one of our supporters who joined our Supporter Tour to India in 2016. She brought William along, they visited Leprosy Mission Hospitals, training centres, community development programmes and had the chance to meet the locals. This is not only a story about one teddy bear's journey to India; it is also the story of a woman of incredible faith, who kept alive a dream that she had nurtured for well over 50 years.
Ace CollinsInspiring canines whose entire lives are wrapped in the banner of service. Their stories are remarkable and beautifully illustrate for us the value of vision and teamwork, devotion to duty, and unconditional love and acceptance - stretching how we perceive both canine and human potential.
John RoughleyThe writer, John Roughley, in the past 25 years has travelled thousands of miles by car, boat, plane, train, truck and rickshaw visiting many different countries as part of his work with The Leprosy Mission. God has been with John each step of the journey. This book offers 25 thoughts and anecdotes of courageous folk he has met; people whose life stories might also encourage you in your own walk with God.
Callie Smith GrantOur cats are more than pets. In this charming collection of true stories, you will find cats of all shapes, sizes, and demeanours. Each of them has played an important part in the lives of their humans. You'll meet a scrawny kitten who helps an anorexic girl get well, a selfless mother cat who gives up their kitten to a little boy who needs a friend, and many more ordinary and extraordinary felines.
Callie Smith GrantIn this heartwarming collection of true stories, you will meet many dogs - some big, some small, some rambunctious, and some serene. Each of them has played an important part in the lives of their humans. You'll meet a three-legged survivor who helps heal a broken family, a funny mutt who brings laughter to a house filled with anxiety, and many more ordinary and extraordinary canines.
Mary Wilder TilestonThis little book of brief selections in prose and verse, with accompanying texts of Scripture, is intended for a daily companion and counselor. These words of the goodly fellowship of wise and holy men of many times, it is hoped may help to strengthen the reader to perform the duties and to bear the burdens of each day with cheerfulness and courage.
Angus BuchanA volume of daily readings from this remarkable evangelist and speaker, who addresses gatherings of tens of thousands all over the world. For each day there is a Bible reading, meditation and prayer. Each page offers a little distilled wisdom generated form the long hours that Angus spends in solitude, reflection and prayer; in his study, or walking the acres of his beloved farm in South Africa.
Billy Graham'Millions of angels are at God's command and at our service'; writes Billy Graham in a book that he describes as 'one of the most fascinating studies of my life.' In this book, he explores all the biblical descriptions of angels and the role they play in our lives. Angels are a very real source of comfort and strength for many people today.
Rachel WellsAlfie is homeless and abandoned but when he stumbles on to Edgar Road he knows he's found his new home. The street's residents don't agree. But as life throws its worst at the residents, they soon realise how much they all need Alfie - a cat who brings hope in the darkest times and who will always be a friend to those in need.
Judith Merrell & Anna CaddyA light-hearted look at the joys and perils of growing older and not necessarily wiser. This splendid compilation of warm-hearted thoughts, witty quips and quotes and super photos, all combined with Bible verses and short prayers, will leave you with something to think and smile about as you muddle your way through the day ahead!
Judith Merrell & Anna CaddyMuddle-age - that time in life when you feel a sense of triumph if you can remember what you went upstairs for without first having to go back downstairs. In this joyful, hope-filled sequel to the best-selling What did I come upstairs for? You'll discover a fresh collection of encouraging thoughts and prayers, plus humorous quips and quotes on the antics and adventures of growing older but not necessarily wiser.
Nigel CawthorneUntil her tragic death in 1997 at the age of 36, Diana frequently gave interviews and shared her thoughts with many people. In this fresh portrait of Diana on her own life, Cawthorne gathers her most salient words from the very first till the very last - some known, some forgotten. They show a remarkable woman whose struggles, passion and compassion, compassion, continue to inspire two decades later.
Compiled by Judith MerrellThere's no doubt about it - dogs enrich our lives in the best possible way! They teach u all about unconditional love, loyalty and forgiveness and lift our spirits when everyone else fails. This delightful gift book is full of p-awesome photos, quips, quotes and Bible verses celebrating all things canine.
Max LucadoGod loves you just the way you are, but He refuses to leave you there. He wants you to be Just like Jesus. Jesus felt no guilt, had no bad habits, had no fears, and had no anxiety about death. This book will remind you just how far God will go to transform us into His likeness.
Compiled by Judith MerrellEven the smallest kitten is a masterpiece of God's creation. Cats make wonderful companions, great therapists and purr-fect friends. They have a special way of filling a hole in our lives that we didn't even realise we had. This charming gift book is full of ins-purr-ational photos, quips, quotes and Bible verses celebrating all things feline.
Wendy GrantIn life, there are times when fog descends and God seems far away, this might be the result of depression, redundancy, the loss of a loved one, a broken relation-ship or similar. This book will encourage and reassure anyone who is finding it hard to discern God's presence in their life and will guide them towards the discovery that God has been there all the time.
Anna JohnstoneImagination is one of the greatest gifts God has given us. Without it there'd be no music, no poetry, no painting. This book offers word pictures that bring to life thoughts. read, and be encouraged and strengthened as you way the Way. Bible verses for each reading.
Pat LomaxEach bible-based thought focuses on a different aspect of God's character, such as His creativity, His wisdom, His provision, His compassion, His protection and His love. Pat's thoughts and photos will encourage and uplift you, and inspire you to look again at God's wonderful creation - a constant, magnificent reminder that God is great.
Anne RogersWith inspiring photos and encouraging text, Anne Rogers suggests that when we label a situation 'hopeless', we're in danger of slamming the door in the face of our amazing God who gives us hope. The Gift of Hope reminds us that when life seems to be closing in on us, God is only ever a prayer away. He never leaves us and nothing can separate us from His immense love.
A.W. TozerThis devotional masterpiece is thought-provoking and spirit-enlivening. A.W. Tozer invites us to think deeply about our faith opening up to God's presence surrounding, sustaining and, yes, even pursuing us. Review: This is a classic book that should be in every Christian's library. Profound content, yet very readable.