2021-05-25T10:05:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
This 113-minute feature film is controversial from the outset. Even the opening words which appear on the screen – “inspired by historical events” – will likely cause upset.
2021-05-25T09:59:00+01:00By Jennie Pollock
This book does what is says on the tin: it tells stories of the ministry and experiences of Street Pastors. Written in a clear, simple style the book gives insights into the kinds of situations the volunteers encounter and how they see God at work through their calm, caring presence.
2021-05-25T09:59:00+01:00By Rev Mark Woods
There’s much to like about A Most Peculiar Book. Kristin Swenson writes entertainingly, with only the occasional lapse into the sort of academic language that makes reading most theology books like wading through treacle.
2021-05-25T09:57:00+01:00By Cara Bentley
Periods are a hot topic – tax, poverty, endometriosis, sustainable products, the stigma in India where girls often drop out of school. There is now more public menstrual chat than there’s ever been. But a Christian voice is often missing.
2021-05-04T13:39:00+01:00By Samantha Kay
What if Jesus Was Serious? is a fun book with a serious message. It is clear, concise, snappy and challenging. The content is entirely based on Jesus’ teachings on the Sermon on the Mount, and a lively illustration accompanies each point.
2021-05-04T13:39:00+01:00By Derek Tidball
What is the role of the grandparent? Rob Parsons and Katharine Hill, long-respected for their work with Care for the Family, answer that question in this little, easy-to-read and altogether delightful book.
2021-05-04T12:56:00+01:00By George Luke
Under the leadership of director and principal songwriter Jennifer Griffith, the Sincere Praise Gospel Choir has been steadily building a following in the UK’s gospel scene (and a number of eastern European countries) since the release of their debut album, Hold Fast, in 2006. The choir is part of the ...
2021-04-28T10:26:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
Like many American evangelicals, Todd Morehead believes the return of the Jews to the land of Israel, and the creation of the modern state in 1948 is a fulfilment of Old Testament prophecy (Ezekiel 37; Amos 9:14-15; Isaiah 66:8, etc). Debates rage over the correct interpretation of those biblical passages, ...
2021-04-28T09:52:00+01:00By Rev Jules Middleton
Anne Lamott is clearly an external processor, her writing a warm stream of consciousness, flowing with beautiful prose and interlaced with snark. In Dusk, Night, Dawn this stream is billed as offering a framework to explore how our lives can be enlarged through renewed commitment to ourselves and those around ...
2021-04-28T09:18:00+01:00By Meic Pierse
This is one of the most important books to appear in recent years, says our reviewer