|Keep the Faith, Baby!: Bishop Reflects on Faith, Evangelism, Race Relations and Community|
Wilfred Woods was born and brought up in Barbados, and this book is drawn from his own experiences of faith and life in Britain. Humorous illustrations as well as poignant and painful stories are threaded into a rich pattern of Christian truth and teaching - told though sermons and talks. Bible passages and reflections deepen our faith and help us to hold on to it and do what the title urges us to: 'Keep the Faith, Baby'.
What would it look like to know nothing except the gospel and to establish that gospel among a people of a different culture? This was the desire of author Vincent J. Donovan as he set about the task of evangelizing the Masai people of Tanzania which is documented in this book.
In 1992 the Archbishop of Canterbury visited Taize, a religious community in France, with 1,000 young people. Here he shares with all Christians the reflections aroused by this experience.
|The Bronze Bow|
Daniel, a young Galilean boy, is obsessed with hatred of the Roman conquerors who crucified his father, and joins a band of Jewish guerillas in order to seek revenge. But when Daniel meets Jesus he wonders if violence is the answer.
|Let My People Grow|
THIS BOOK DESERVES TO BE READ.
I SUGGEST THAT ALL CHURCH LEADERS, THE ENTIRE HIERACHY OF THE CHURCH, POPE, BISHOPS, PRIESTS ETC SHOULD READ AND STUDY IT.... THEN LETS TAKE CO-ORDINATED STEPS TO IMPLEMENT CHANGE... IT IS OVERDUE, POPE JOHN XXXIII DESIRED IT, PAUL VI, JOHN PAUL II... THEY ALL SAID WE OUGHT TO DO IT... LETS DO IT.... IT IS OVER DUE....
"There's gonna be a revival in this land....." I am singing.... Nesbert Muzamba, Zimbabwe.
|Teach Us to Pray|
"The only true prayer, " asserts this classic work on contemplation, "arises from the heart that is beginning to awaken and discover the depths of the spirit within." A Trappist monk and scholar of the desert fathers, Louf draws on ancient and biblical sources to offer a powerful and personal testimony of a life of spiritual discipline.
For the past decade Paul Vallely has covered Third World issues for "The Times" newspaper. He has reported from Brazil, Brukina Faso, Cambodia, Chad, Cyprus, Egypt, El Salvador, Eirthrea, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Iraq, Israel, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Philippines, South Africa, Sudan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Indian reservations of the USA. This book is primarily composed of stories, most of which are of oppression and pain, but some of which...
|All about Housegroups|
An exploration of how Housegroups can help with spiritual growth
|A Celebration of Discipline|
Arguably the most established contemporary spiritual classic by our most profound living religious writer. This timeless classic has helped well over a million people discover a richer spiritual life infused with joy, peace and a deeper understanding of God.
The book explores the 'classic disciplines' of Christian faith: the inward disciplines of meditation, prayer, fasting, and study; the outward disciplines of simplicity, solitude, submission and service and the corporate disc...
|The Caring Trap|
The author interviewed dozens of carers and also used her own experience of looking after her ailing mother for many years. In telling their stories she points out the pitfalls - emotional, financial and physical - of the caring role and offers practical advice on how to cope.
|Seven to Flee, Seven to Follow|
Investigation of Deutoranomy