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Justin O. Huffman invites us to ponder the glorious, life–changing truths given to us in God’s Word. We are starving for want of wonder. In what we perceive to be the desert wasteland of daily life and regular responsibilities, our souls hunger for m

Everyday Holiness

Pastor Josh Moody’s thought–provoking book helps to direct us towards growing in Christlikeness. When Paul wrote to the church in Colossae, he warned them against false teachers who were claiming that faith in Jesus wasn’t enough to save them. Paul w

Health, Wealth, and the (Real) Gospel

Having experienced its damaging effects, Sean DeMars and Mike McKinley set out to reveal the insidious toxicity found in the prosperity gospel. Naming and claiming promises of material blessing for those who believe enough may seem at first glance to

Hidden Agendas

This book lifts the lid on the human heart, seeking to uncover the hidden agendas that stop us from loving God and others as we should. Our hearts have a selfish list of priorities that we believe are important and need to be given attention. But oft

How Christianity Transformed the World

Many people today would say that Christianity has done more harm than good to our world. Sharon James argues, however, in seeking to love their neighbour and reflect God’s moral character the followers of Jesus have had a largely positive impact ...

Imperfect Reflections

Discover your journal’s potential to be a tool for spiritual growth Kirsten Birkett encourages us to pick up our notebooks and pens and use journaling as a tool to grow in godliness. Writing is a powerful act. It takes time and allows us the space to

Is It Unspiritual to Be Depressed?

Did the Fall and the Curse cause depression and anxiety in the world? Firstly, we need to explain what depression and anxiety are. Depression involves a persisting low mood. Depressed people feel an almost constant state of sadness. It does not matte

Lies We are Told, the Truth We Must Hold

We are surrounded by lies. They are incorporated into the worldview of our culture. We daily absorb them, and these lies can have deadly effects on individuals, societies and whole civilisations. Sharon James investigates the origins of some of these