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by Sommers, Jaime

As a bisexual Christian woman, happily and faithfully married to a man, a mother of three children and with a blossoming ministry as a preacher, Jaime Sommers had always felt as if her true self did not really exist in the eyes of the Church...

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Amazing Love

Amazing Love

by Davison, Andrew

Amazing Love offers a calm, theologically and biblically rooted perspective on same-sex love and relationships. It illuminates without heat, and it will enrich the Church’s conversation around these matters...

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Babe's Bible: Gorgeous Grace

Babe's Bible: Gorgeous Grace

by Jones, Karen

In the 1st Century and the 21st Century, the world is run by men. Lila and Mary in the 1st, and Grace and Chloe in the 21st, share the same question: 'Where are the good men?' Their fathers failed them, their husbands failed them, their leaders failed them. But they find hope in one man - one man who inspires both men and women to come into their own...

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Babe's Bible: Sister Acts

Babe's Bible: Sister Acts

by Jones, Karen

It’s five years on since Grace found out she was pregnant. Now balancing motherhood and full-time ministry her life takes a dramatic turn when she meets a young victim of sex traffickers. She is still unable to escape her own past as James Martin remains a continued presence in her life.

Chloe, meanwhile, is still struggling to keep her marriage alive...

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Born To Fly

Born To Fly

by Silf, Margaret

Based on the caterpillar-chrysalis-butterfly metaphor of Hidden Wings, this book offers spiritual insights and wisdom from the likes of Teilhard de Chardin to help us explore what it means to be an agent of spiritual change in our own life and that of the world around us...

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Christianity In Review

Christianity In Review

by Kenny, Sir Anthony

Sir Anthony Kenny is one of our most acclaimed living philosophers of religion...

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Confessions

Confessions

by

‘A canticle to God, and full of psychological insights that might have been written yesterday, the Confessions are the story of a soul, and also the story of God, and how he is constantly at work seeking us...

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Dear Daughter of a Narcissisitic Mother

Dear Daughter of a Narcissisitic Mother

by Morrigan, Danu

Following on from the tremendously successful You’re Not Crazy – It’s Your Mother comes a second book by its author Danu Morrigan this time comprising 100 letters written by the author to daughters of narcissistic mothers (DoNMs) offering advice, encouragement and coping techniques...

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A Directors Cut

A Directors Cut

by Parke, Simon

‘On stage, the light reveals a chair, on which the lone figure of a middle-aged lady sits. Bathed in creamy light, she gazes heavenwards, mouth open in motionless wonder. Her body pushed forward and her head yanked back, simultaneously, separating the vertebrae, as the pathologist would later say. And her throat cut, a mess of blood...

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Do Christians Know How To Be Spiritual?

Do Christians Know How To Be Spiritual?

by Drane, John

After a century or more of convincing ourselves that intelligent people should be ‘secular’, it is now trendy to be ‘spiritual’...

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Enduring Melody

Enduring Melody

by Mayne, Michael

A moving and tender meditation on loving, living and dying by one of the greatest Anglican spiritual writers.

‘An heroic book. Begun in health as a meditation on a lifetime’s faith and experience, it ends in mortal sickness with Michael Mayne facing death...

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Evidence For God

Evidence For God

by Ward, Keith

‘It is remarkable how atheism is becoming fashionable. It has become almost compulsory to say that you do not believe in God. … I believe that science itself points in a very different direction. There is a huge amount of evidence for the reality of a spiritual dimension to the world.’

There is a level of being that is deeper than the physical universe, writes Keith Ward...

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Exploring Doubt

Exploring Doubt

by Wright, Alex

Christianity has often seemed impatient with the idea of doubt. Certainty, not irresolution, has been seen as the test of faith and key to unlocking participation in the supposed life to come. But when his marriage collapsed, Alex Wright knew that all his own certainties had been reduced to rubble...

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Feast or Famine

Feast or Famine

by Barrow, Simon

A five-week Lent course looking at the core Gospel theme of feast versus famine. In the way of Christ we grow together through sharing, and we are divided by hoarding.

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Fierce Imaginings

Fierce Imaginings

by Mann, Rachel

A lyrical and very personal story of remembrance, faith, family and identity shaped by the chaos and trauma of the First World War.

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Following the Celtic Way

Following the Celtic Way

by Bradley, Ian

Marking the 25th anniversary of Ian Bradley’s classic The Celtic Way – the scholarly and accessible popular introduction to Celtic Christianity – Following the Celtic Way is a completely new book that replaces the original...

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Forgetful Heart

Forgetful Heart

by Mills, Lucy

We live in a world full of distractions, where lack of time and the pressures of daily living contribute to our spiritual lives becoming sometimes treated with less priority, sometimes forgotten altogether.

This is a book for the forgetful-hearted; those who frequently forget God in their lives, even when they desperately want to remember him...

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Found Out

Found Out

by Webster, Alison

More than twenty years after Found Wanting, her acclaimed critique of Christian approaches to women’s sexuality, Alison Webster presents a positive book of practical theology that gives voice to the experiences of marginalised women making sense of their spirituality and sexuality. She explores what has changed over two decades, and the challenges that remain...

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God's Biologist

God's Biologist

by Hay, David

‘Have you ever been aware of, or influenced by a presence or a power, whether you call it God or not, that is different from your everyday self?’

Alister Hardy was the Head of the Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in Oxford University from 1946 to 1961 and arguably the best known marine biologist in the world. Yet he was a man who lived an extraordinary double life...

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God's Consoling Love

God's Consoling Love

by Mayne, Michael

‘The Gospel is about God revealed in a man who healed the sick and forgave the sinner, and who brought joy to the bewildered, the damaged and the sinful … because he lived and died, loved and taught, to make clear once and for all time the certainty of God’s consoling love for every single one of his creatures...

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The Gospel of New Life

The Gospel of New Life

by Francis, Pope

There is an unbreakable bond between God’s mercy and his gift of new life which is at the heart of the Gospel. Through the transformation he works in us, his grace can transform the world around us...

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Hidden Wings

Hidden Wings

by Silf, Margaret

Written as a direct response to fears raised by division in post-Brexit Britain and since the election of Donald Trump in the USA, Hidden Wings is a superb book of spiritual transformation and hope for the future, by Margaret Silf, the bestselling author of Landmarks and At Sea with God...

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The Honest Mums' Club

The Honest Mums' Club

by Oakland, Hannah

In 2006 Hannah Oakland was a drama student living in Central London - with complimentary theatre tickets, a head full of world-conquering dreams and a kitchen that definitely didn’t meet Health and Safety standards. Ten years later, the only constant is the state of her kitchen. Today, Hannah is a wife, a mother-of-two, and reliant on anti-depressants to make it through the week...

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Into Extra Time

Into Extra Time

by Gallagher, Michael

Into Extra Time comprises the powerful reflections of Fr Michael Paul Gallagher SJ which he wrote during the final months of his life following a diagnosis of cancer...

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John Sentamu's Agape Love Stories

John Sentamu's Agape Love Stories

by Sentamu, John

In this moving and inspiring book, compiled by John Sentamu, 22 people, including Jean Vanier and Richard Taylor (the father of Damilola Taylor), explain how an experience of God’s agape love gave them hope and changed lives. These are stories which stand as inspiring demonstrations of Christian faith in action...

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The Journey

The Journey

by Smith, J Richard

Dr J Richard Smith is one of the world’s leading gynaecological surgeons, and a specialist in cancer survivorship and fertility sparing surgery for women with cancer. He has NHS approval to perform the very first womb transplants in the UK. A few years ago a major health scare forced Richard to question his belief in his own personal invincibility and face the reality of mortality...

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Keeping Advent and Christmas

Keeping Advent and Christmas

by Hatts, Leigh

Keeping Advent and Christmas is a day-by-day guide to keeping and understanding the Christian seasons of Advent and Christmas, from ‘Stir Up Sunday’, through the traditions of Christmas and on to the festival of Candlemas on February 2...

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Keeping Lent and Easter

Keeping Lent and Easter

by Hatts, Leigh

Keeping Lent and Easter is an almost day by day guide to keeping and understanding Lent, through each of its key days, Holy Week and through to Easter, Ascension, Pentecost and Trinity Sunday...

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Lasting Happiness

Lasting Happiness

by Parnham, Andrew

The creator of The Happiness Course explores what it means to be happy, why being happy is so important to us, and what it may require from us to attain happiness. Andrew Parnham shows that finding happiness means searching for wholeness and fulfilment, and is a journey that may not be easy and may not be the path we expected...

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Learning To Dance

Learning To Dance

by Mayne, Michael

‘My theme is the dance: the dance of life; the dance of the cosmos, of the natural world and the tiniest particles of matter; the dance of music and paint and words; the dance of those cruel times which feels like dancing in the dark; the dance of relationships, of forgiveness, friendship and love; the dance of faith; and finally, that hidden dance that some call heaven...

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Leaving Faith Behind:

Leaving Faith Behind:

by Mughal, Fiyaz

The first book of its kind, Leaving Faith Behind tells the true stories of women and men who were born into Muslim families and have made the difficult decision to leave Islam...

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Leaving God for God

Leaving God for God

by O'Brien, Susan

Leaving God for God is a study of five generations of Catholic Sisters in Britain from 1847 to 2017.  As members of the Company of Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, which traces its origins back to St Vincent de Paul and St Louise de Marillac in seventeenth-century France, they belong to the largest transnational institute in the Catholic Church...

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  • Amazing Love
  • Babe's Bible: Gorgeous Grace
  • Babe's Bible: Sister Acts
  • Born To Fly
  • Christianity In Review
  • Confessions
  • Dear Daughter of a Narcissisitic Mother
  • A Directors Cut
  • Do Christians Know How To Be Spiritual?
  • Enduring Melody
  • Evidence For God
  • Exploring Doubt
  • Feast or Famine
  • Fierce Imaginings
  • Following the Celtic Way
  • Forgetful Heart
  • Found Out
  • God's Biologist
  • God's Consoling Love
  • The Gospel of New Life
  • Hidden Wings
  • The Honest Mums' Club
  • Into Extra Time
  • John Sentamu's Agape Love Stories
  • The Journey
  • Keeping Advent and Christmas
  • Keeping Lent and Easter
  • Lasting Happiness
  • Learning To Dance
  • Leaving Faith Behind:
  • Leaving God for God
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