Everyday Faith

by Nick Shepherd, Mark Greene & Rachel Treweeke Subtitled ‘Reflections and prayers to help you find and follow God in everyday life’, this attractive little booklet ‘does what it says on the tin’. It is a programme of prayer covering … Read More

Liturgy with a difference

by Stephen Burns & Bryan Cones (eds.) The subtitle of this collection of essays is ‘Beyond Inclusion in the Christian Assembly’, a phrase which immediately sets a challenge and moves the reader into potentially tricky territory.  As the editors note, … Read More

Jesus Said, ‘I Am’

by Andrea Skevington Subtitled ‘Finding Life in the Everyday’, nearly all the chapters in this book are built on specific ‘I Am’ sayings of Jesus.  Its great strength is the combination in each chapter of contextual and theological analysis, reflections … Read More

Preaching at Funerals

by Nick Watson Grove Books have published an update of a guide to preaching at funerals, first published in 2001.  Nick Watson notes the rise, in recent years, of funerals being led by people other than Christian ministers, some people … Read More

Espying Heaven

by Adrian Barlowy Sub-titled ‘the stained glass of Charles Eamer Kempe and his artists’ this beautifully illustrated volume in itself provides a vibrant window into the work of this eminent artisan and team of creative colleagues. The development of the … Read More

Lent Books: Saying Yes to Life

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2020 Genesis chapter 1, the first of the Bible’s creation narratives, provides the structure for this important book – a wide-ranging guide to environmental concerns for Christians, and a challenge to the world-wide church. … Read More

Lent Books: You Are Mine

Personal insights into the journey of faith This treasure of a Lent book has moved me deeply. David Walker, Bishop of Manchester, has given us a very personal insight into his own journey of faith as well as encouraging us … Read More