Category Archives: English Books

Finding An Unseen God

Finding An Unseen God
By Alicia Britt Chole

Finding an Unseen God is a vulnerable and thought-provoking telling of Alicia Chole’s journey from confident atheism to sincere faith in Jesus.  Describing herself as a “fierce realist who prefers unanswered questions over fairy tales,” Chole explores the mystery of belief.  In short, conversational chapters that engage the heart and mind, she invites readers to consider how their portrait of God came into being and to compare it with The Original.

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God’s Undertaker

God’s Undertaker
By John C. Lennox

If we are to believe many modern commentators, science has squeezed God into a corner, killed and then buried him with its all-embracing explanations.  Atheism, we are told, is the only intellectually tenable position, and any attempt to reintroduce God is likely to impede the progress of science.

In this stimulating and thought-provoking book, John Lennox invites us to consider such claims very carefully.  (more…)

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Smooth Stones

Smooth Stones
By Joe Coffey

Street-level apologetics for everyday Christians. Because faith in Jesus makes sense. And you don’t need an advanced degree to understand why.  This book was written for two reasons.  First, too many people think believing in Christianity means blind faith, against all evidence, the way a child believes in Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Second, every few years a new book intended to undermine Christianity becomes a best seller and shakes the faith of many.  (more…)

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Why Trust Jesus?

Why Trust Jesus?
By Dave Sterrett

The last decade has shaken our trust in personal safety through terrorist attacks, school shootings, economic turmoil, and war.  Our trust has been shattered in other areas as we have seen hypocrisy in governmental leaders as well as in the church.

We are looking for relationships that are authentic and full of life, but we have many questions in regard to faith, reason, suffering and even the person of Jesus himself.  Author and speaker Dave Sterrett helps us (more…)

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But Don’t All Religions Lead to God?

But Don’t All Religions Lead to God?
By Michael Green

In this book, well-known author MIchael Green provides readers with an essential guide that will help us find our way through the increasingly disorientating ‘religious’ maze.

In an easy-to-read manner he discusses views held by many and highlights important differences between Christianity and other faiths.  (more…)

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An Act of God?

An Act of God?
By Erwin W. Lutzer

Tornadoes. Tsunamis. Earthquakes. Hurricanes.  Why does God allow such disasters to happen?  Our hearts ache when we remember the hundreds of thousands of people left homeless and without hope when Hurricane Katrina crashed against the Gulf Coast.  Or the staggering death toll in Japan after the island’s earthquake and tsunami swept away entire villages.  Whether we see the devastating accounts of a natural disaster in the news or personally face (more…)

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Once Saved, Always Saved

Once Saved, Always Saved
By David Pawson

The majority Evangelical view is that once someone has accepted Christ as Saviour they are guaranteed salvation.  But is it safe to assume that once we are saved, we are saved for always?

David Pawson investigates this through biblical evidence, historical figures such as Augustine, Luther and Wesley, and evangelical assumptions about grace and justification, divine sovereignty and human responsibility.  (more…)

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Dream Again

Dream Again : Miracles happen everyday
By Tommy Barnett

Dreams are elusive. T hey get away.  You become disillusioned, and soon the doubt peddlers come.  People don’t support you; they try to put you in a box. H ave your dreams gotten away from you?

In this collection of true stories, you will read about dozens of people–people like you–who have experienced the supernatural touch of God upon their dreams.  Some of the stories will make you cry; some will make you laugh.  But all of them will inspire and motivate you to dream again.

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Am I Missing Something?

Am I Missing Something?
By Ruth Roberts

One time News of the World journalist tries to explain her new belief in Christianity to her friends at the same time as working out those beliefs for herself.  It’s a weird and puzzling world we enter when we become Christians.  Ruth Roberts, a journalist and media worker who at one time was on the staff of The News of the World, found church completely alien. She shares with us her own experiences in the form of ‘diary excerpts’ and letters to her father.  (more…)

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Generations

Generations Volume 1 : How to Grow Your Church YOUNGER and STRONGER
By Seow How Tan & Cecilia Chan

GenerationS is a mindset-shifting, heart-changing book that shows you how to raise up generations of young people in your church to build His kingdom.

After over 20 years, this youth church, operated by youths, for youths to reach youths, still has an average age of 22.

“I see a great struggle in the global churches in keeping the (more…)

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Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers : A Journey of Hope, Love, and Rediscovery…
Paperback – July 29, 2023
By Imani Mulinde

Breaking Barriers is a poignant memoir that offers the reader a glimpse into the depths of Imani’s incredible journey of hope, love, and rediscovery.  It is an unvarnished, in-your-face recollection, reflection, and exhortation that will help you realign to the purposes of God and the destiny He has ordained for you.

From the challenges faced as an interracial couple, (more…)

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The Wisdom of Tenderness

The Wisdom of Tenderness
By Brennan Manning

Brennan Manning writes that all changes in the quality of a person’s life must grow out of a change in that person’s vision of reality.  He argues that by relating to God as the heart of tenderness, we can begin to develop a spiritual life that lets go of worry, stops organizing everything as means to an end, and begins to live fully in the awareness of God’s infinite grace and mercy in each moment.  By accepting the tenderness of God, our hearts will begin to open, (more…)

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