Premier league footballer turned pastor Gavin Peacock tells the story of his career and his faith in this fascinating, thought–provoking and personal read. ‘There is more to life than football, fame and fortune. There is a greater joy and a greater g
Irish-Nigerian Pamela Brown-Peterside is forty and burned out when she exchanges the intensity of an honourable public health career in New York City for the lush valleys of western Uganda. She goes there to join an America missionary doctor couple..
John Newton is one of our greatest ever hymn writers; the writer of "Amazing Grace," This biography, like any story, tracks the very low points as well as the high points; everything is revealed - the brutality of his life ‘in the midst of the storm’
Following the outpouring of praise and the renewed interest in the life of Billy Graham, we are honoured to be able to release 'Billy Graham: Dialogues on Faith, Family and More' in paperback for the first time. In the series of interviews with......
When Marcy Gregg awoke from a coma, 13 years had vanished from her memory. She was 30 years old; she thought she was still 17. She didn’t recognize the man who introduced himself as her husband. She stared at pictures of the three children they said
The CIA is looking for walking contradictions. Recruiters seek people who can keep a secret, yet pull classified information out of others; who love their country, but are willing to leave it behind to head into dangerous places; who live double live
The inspiring biography of Val Jeal who stepped out in faith and changed the lives of many female sex workers in Bristol. After leading a very conventional life, a middle-aged Val told God she was available to be used by him. Moving to an inner- cit
One woman's struggle against the darkness of Hong Kong's drug dens. Until it was pulled down, the Walled City was Hong Kong's most foreboding territory. It was a lawless place, dominated by the Triads, and which the police hesitated to enter.
“I need help.” Those three words saved Grammy Award–winning singer Michelle Williams’s life. After decades of sweeping her anxiety and depression under the rug—even during her years in the spotlight with Destiny’s Child—Michelle found herself plannin
Closing Ranks tells of an illustrious career, giving a behind the scenes look at the workings of the Metropolitan Police. One of the founder members of the Black Police Association Charitable Trust, Leroy Logan has had first-hand experience of ......
Come with me to Kathmandu is an invitation to meet with twelve women who tell the most astonishing stories of God’s goodness. Nepal is one of the most remote yet stunning countries; its capital, Kathmandu is steeped in Hinduism and Buddhism. Anna Tow
The tortured face of a young killer, one of seven boys on trial for a brutal murder, started country preacher David Wilkerson on his lonely crusade to the most dangerous streets in the world. Violent gangs ruled by warlords, drug pushers and pimps he
Combining travelogue with testimony, Nathalie MacDermott shares her life’s adventure with God, offering a compelling memoir set amidst a host of dangerous situations. This is what happens when compassion and courage are allowed to thrive. From orphan
Picking up where she left off in the best-selling book Kisses from Katie, Katie Davis Majors shares her ongoing experiences in Uganda as the adoptive mother to thirteen girls and describes how she's wrestled through the darkness of disappointment....
David Livingstone was one of the most consequential individuals who lived in the nineteenth century. An unpretentious Scottish missionary doctor, explorer and abolitionist, he opened the door for Christianity in southern Africa. Vance Christie’s biog
An In-Depth Biography on the Life and Work of Missionary Elisabeth Elliot Elisabeth Elliot (1926–2015) is one of the most widely known Christians of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. After the death of her husband, Jim, and four other mission
When Sarah Moore and her husband Gary learned that they were expecting a baby, they thought their wait was over. After a long and challenging path to become parents, they felt certain their deepest prayers had been answered and they would soon ......
The incredible true story of one man's imprisonment for the gospel; his brokenness, God's faithfulness and his eventual freedom. In 1993, Andrew Brunson was asked to travel to Turkey, the largest unevangelised country in the world, to serve as ......
In 1957, newly-qualified nurse Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witchdoctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees