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Quaker Faith and Practice and the Economy
An extract taken from the latest Quaker Quick title, Money and Soul which gives a taste of the power of applying faith values to our economic story.
Introducing A Secret History of Christianity
The introduction to Mark Vernon's new book A Secret History of Christianity, publishing August 2019
Lessons in Simply Being
An extract from Lesson in Simply Being a memoir where the author discovered her place within the flow of Spirit that permeates all of life
About The Long Road to Heaven Lent Course
A Lent resource from the author of The Naturalist and the Christ explores Christian understandings of “salvation” in a five-part study course based on the film The Way.
Beacons of Light
How do you determine influence? Maybe it is by founding a religion or a significant movement within a religion. Maybe it is by the influence of writing, whether by devotional works, theological studies or poetry. Others have been influential by their practical work for peace and in care for the suffering and by setting an example for others to copy.
The Quaker Quicks Series
A brief description of all titles in the series thus far
Father John Woolley
Am With You is a little devotional book which has already changed countless lives. All of us are like these sheep stumbling along on a journey towards Jesus The Good Shepherd. The words in the book are "heart whispers" received in times of prayer by Revd. John Woolley, former Chaplain in a British hospital. Jesus, our risen Lord, speaks words which are personal and always meet the need of the moment. I Am With You unfailingly gives a sense of God's nearness, to strengthen and uplift in any kind of need. Peace is conveyed to those whom life has hurt in some way. There are now whole series of books for readers to collect.
Information is given on five Lent books: Long Road to Heaven by Tim Heaton, Friday's Child by Brian Mountford, The Lives Around Us, by Dan Papworth, The Naturalist and the Christ by Tim Heaton and Will You Join in Our Crusade? by Steve Mann