by Daniel Harrison
Review by Rev Philip Foster
It was CS Lewis who wrote that pain is God’s megaphone. In this book we are reminded that natural disasters are God’s air raid warnings for the nations.
This book should (I am tempted to write, must) be read by every committed Christian. It is a call to arms for evangelism, but evangelism that is God centred and Bible centred, not the milk and water ‘sharing’ of a far too sweetened Gospel tailored to meet modern sensibilities.
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Gender historian Dr Lisa Nolland shares her pressing concerns and a selection of books
For years now I have tracked the pan-sexual revolution and its promotion by an increasingly totalitarian state.
I am concerned about the apparent inability of the Church to engage with some of the most pressing issues of the day, especially the now ubiquitous LGBTQI rights agenda which takes no prisoners. Gay is the new black, and God help those who dissent. The political parties (with the possible exception of UKIP) have mostly signed on, and increasingly the institutions of the land are co-opted (or keep silent), even the Church.
Gender historian Lisa Nolland presents a round-up of recent books which have caught her eye Why Believe in Jesus’ Resurrection? by James D G Dunn (SPCK, 2017)
James Dunn clearly and fairly presents the arguments for and against Jesus’ resurrection, …
by RT Kendall
Published by SPCK
The promise of a greater move of the Holy Spirit than any yet seen
Renowned preacher RT Kendall explains the daring claim that electrified a 1992 ministers’ conference. Mark Weeden, a former church member of RT’s and who was there at the time, enjoyed reading his pastor’s latest book
THE ATLAS LEGACY by Colin Newton. Christian novella adventure story exploring why the answer to ancient mysteries lies in starting from the Bible, not in speculation about aliens.
Available for £9 inc p&p from www.atlaslegacy.co.uk or 01702 600254
by Charlynne M Boddie
“It is impossible for the Christian life to be boring or uneventful”
Knowing some of Charlynne’s background, it was a privilege to read this book, for it brings you right into the intimate relationship between Charlynne and the Holy Spirit. We read their conversations and exchanges in prayer. We see how people are brought to faith, healed or delivered, consoled, counselled and edified through prophecy.
In association with Escape Ministries
Former violent criminal John Lawson has written a searing autobiography which will now be available in bookshops nationwide. This is your opportunity to meet the man, buy the book and use it to show people that there is no mental prison that Jesus cannot unlock
IF A WICKED MAN (Roper Penberthy Publishing) is being released into the True Crime Genre on 31 March 2016. It tells the story of John Lawson, a former violent criminal, enforcer for gangsters, bodyguard, biker gang member and manager in the sex industry.
The vicar’s daughter who laid down her life with grace and trust in the God of her salvation
Edith Cavell, faith before the firing squad
by Catherine Butcher
with foreword by Baroness Caroline Cox
(Monarch Books, £8.99)
by Carole Woodiwis
Edith Cavell was a British nurse whose execution by the Germans in WWI echoed round the world like the four shots which rang out and killed her at dawn on 12 October 1915.
How both Jews and Arabs pay a heavy price as they follow the Prince of Peace
What is God doing in Israel?
(Monarch Books, £8.99)
reviewed by Charles Gardner
This time of year is particularly poignant for the Ortiz family, because late March sees the festival of Purim, when teenager Ami was virtually blown apart by a bomb disguised as a traditional holiday gift.
The bomb was aimed at his father, a believer in Yeshua/Jesus, the Jewish Messiah.