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The Story Of Henfield
Henry De Candole * * * * *
Love Wins: At the Heart of Life's Big Questions
Rob Bell Bestselling author Rob Bell returns with a provocative new book which gets to the heart of questions about life and death. His perspective, encapsulated by his famous slogan 'love wins', will surprise and challenge both Christians and atheists, and will inspire people of all faiths and none.
Code Red
Andrew J Drain
Legends of Aotearoa
Chris Winitana
The Christmas Mystery
Jostein Gaarder A startlingly original presentation of the Nativity story, woven into an enthralling and mysterious novel.
Henfield: Through the Lens of Marjorie Baker
Alan Barwick
The Puzzle of Ethics
Peter Vardy A guide to the complex subject of ethics explained in clear and entertaining language. This new edition is fully revised and updated.
Searchlights Year a: Complete Resource Book
David Adam
Together for a Season: All-age Seasonal Material for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany
Gillian Ambrose, Peter Craig-Wild, Diane Craven, Mary Hawes Aimed at those planning and leading worship and those working with children and adults in groups, this title offers material designed to bring to life the seasonal liturgy of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany. It us accompanied by a CD-ROM that includes: the illustrations and templates in downloadable format; the texts of services; and more.
The Lion Bible for Children
Murray Watts
Israel...His People, His Land, His Story: Ten Authors Reflect on Biblical and Historical Themes with Contributions on Terrorism and Peacemaking
Fred Wright
Common Worship Daily Eucharistic Lectionary
Simon Kershaw
The Cure of Ars: Patron Saint of Parish Priests
Bartholomew O'Brien
Seven Words for Seven Weeks: A Lenten Self-retreat
Mary Sweeney
Going on: Guidelines for the Newly Confirmed
John B. Taylor
Clark Carlton
Twitterature: The World's Greatest Books Retold Through Twitter
Alexander Aciman, Emmett Rensin
Kate Mosse
The Heart of Prayer: What Jesus Teaches Us
Jerram Barrs
Benedictus: A Book of Blessings
John O'Donohue
One Bright Star
Robert Legg, Stella Vassiliou
Anam Cara
John O'Donohue This text uses the Celtic vision of life as a means to examine the landscape of the soul. It argues that instead of seeking to satisfy our spiritual hunger on an everlasting journey of exploration, we should seek to gain an understanding that the soul lies within us always.
God, Ethics and the Human Genome: Theological, Legal and Scientific Perspectives
Mark Bratton
Signs and Seasons: A Guide to Your Christian Journey
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Conversation Waiting to Begin
Oliver O'Donovan
Why Jesus?
Nicky Gumbel Why Jesus? by Nicky Gumbel (978 1 90407457 1)

An evangelistic booklet for those who are having their first thoughts about the Christian faith, given to all guests at a supper/appetiser event and during the Alpha course.
An evangelistic booklet for those who are having their first thoughts about the Christian faith, given to all guests at a supper/appetiser event and during the Alpha course.
The Road to Emmaus: Companions for the Journey Through Lent
Helen Julian
The Prophets: The Babylonian and Persian Periods v. 2
Klaus Koch Koch, K. (1983). The Prophets. Vol. 2, The Babylonian and Persian Periods, trans. M. Kohl. London: SCM Press.

Publisher’s information:
Volume 1 of this two-volume work was welcomed by the Expository Times as ‘a most important study of the prophets and one which will have to be reckoned with in all future research’. Volume 2 continues the study from Jeremiah down to the end of the Persian period, with Deutero- and Trito-Isaiah, Jonah and Malachi, ending with an important summary of the results achieved.

Professor Koch’s approach is to stress that the prophets were thinkers working out in their prophecies a theological response to the problems of their day in the light of their understanding of God, rather than ecstatics or preachers of judgment. This gives his books a distinctive stamp and offers the reader quite a different perspective from that offered elsewhere. The ideas put forward here are always interesting and never sensationally controversial.

‘This is a fine book which, together with Volume One, will be an excellent introduction to the thought of the prophets’ (Church Times).

Klaus Koch is Professor of Old Testament in the University of Hamburg.
Isaiah 40-66
Claus Westermann
Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 10 Minutes
Russ Weakley The short, focused lessons presented in Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 10 Minutes will help you quickly understand cascading style sheets (CSS) and how to immediately apply it to your work. Author Russ Weakley is a well-respected member of the CSS community and is known for his ability to make complicated concepts easy-to-understand for even inexperienced CSS users. With this book, you will cover the essentials for standards compliant techniques that are supported by the most common browsers. Once you master the basics, Weakley will also take you inside positioning, troubleshooting CSS, and handling common CSS bugs. Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 10 Minutes is the ultimate quick learning tool and handy desk reference guide to CSS.
PHP 5 in Easy Steps
Mike McGrath Instructs how to create exciting interactive web pages using the latest major release of the popular PHP scripting language. PHP allows data to be easily exchanged between a web browser and a web server - both on the Windows platform and on Unix-based platforms, such as Linux. Exciting chapters, with complete code examples, illustrate the major features of the PHP language and screenshots depict the actual output from each example script. You are also introduced to MySQL databases and shown, by example, how PHP can interact with databases to store user input, and to retrieve stored data for delivery to a web browser as components of a web page.
Fighter for the Right: the Story of Trevor Huddleston
Pat Barton
The House with the Golden Eyes: Unlocking the Secret History of the Maori Meeting House "Hinemihi" from Te Wairoa and Clandon Park
Alan Gallop
Sacred Earth: Places of Peace and Power
foreword by Graham Hancock Martin Gray
The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream
Barack Obama Editorial Reviews
Barack Obama's first book, Dreams from My Father, was a compelling and moving memoir focusing on personal issues of race, identity, and community. With his second book The Audacity of Hope, Obama engages themes raised in his keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, shares personal views on faith and values and offers a vision of the future that involves repairing a "political process that is broken" and restoring a government that has fallen out of touch with the people. had the opportunity to ask Senator Obama a few questions about writing, reading, and politics—see his responses below. —Daphne Durham 20 Second Interview: A Few Words with Barack Obama

Q: How did writing a book that you knew would be read so closely by so many compare to writing your first book, when few people knew who you were?
A: In many ways, Dreams from My Father was harder to write. At that point, I wasn't even sure that I could write a book. And writing the first book really was a process of self-discovery, since it touched on my family and my childhood in a much more intimate way. On the other hand, writing The Audacity of Hope paralleled the work that I do every day—trying to give shape to all the issues that we face as a country, and providing my own personal stamp on them.

Q: What is your writing process like? You have such a busy schedule, how did you find time to write?
A: I'm a night owl, so I usually wrote at night after my Senate day was over, and after my family was asleep—from 9:30 p.m. or so until 1 a.m. I would work off an outline—certain themes or stories that I wanted to tell—and get them down in longhand on a yellow pad. Then I'd edit while typing in what I'd written.

Q: If readers are to come away from The Audacity of Hope with one action item (a New Year's Resolution for 2007, perhaps?), what should it be?
A: Get involved in an issue that you're passionate about. It almost doesn’t matter what it is—improving the school system, developing strategies to wean ourselves off foreign oil, expanding health care for kids. We give too much of our power away, to the professional politicians, to the lobbyists, to cynicism. And our democracy suffers as a result.

Q: You're known for being able to work with people across ideological lines. Is that possible in today's polarized Washington?
A: It is possible. There are a lot of well-meaning people in both political parties. Unfortunately, the political culture tends to emphasize conflict, the media emphasizes conflict, and the structure of our campaigns rewards the negative. I write about these obstacles in chapter 4 of my book, "Politics." When you focus on solving problems instead of scoring political points, and emphasize common sense over ideology, you'd be surprised what can be accomplished. It also helps if you're willing to give other people credit—something politicians have a hard time doing sometimes.

Q: How do you make people passionate about moderate and complex ideas?
A: I think the country recognizes that the challenges we face aren't amenable to sound-bite solutions. People are looking for serious solutions to complex problems. I don't think we need more moderation per se—I think we should be bolder in promoting universal health care, or dealing with global warming. We just need to understand that actually solving these problems won't be easy, and that whatever solutions we come up with will require consensus among groups with divergent interests. That means everybody has to listen, and everybody has to give a little. That's not easy to do.

Q: What has surprised you most about the way Washington works?
A: How little serious debate and deliberation takes place on the floor of the House or the Senate.

Q: You talk about how we have a personal responsibility to educate our children. What small thing can the average parent (or person) do to help improve the educational system in America? What small thing can make a big impact?
A: Nothing has a bigger impact than reading to children early in life. Obviously we all have a personal obligation to turn off the TV and read to our own children; but beyond that, participating in a literacy program, working with parents who themselves may have difficulty reading, helping their children with their literacy skills, can make a huge difference in a child's life.

Q: Do you ever find time to read? What kinds of books do you try to make time for? What is on your nightstand now?
A: Unfortunately, I had very little time to read while I was writing. I'm trying to make up for lost time now. My tastes are pretty eclectic. I just finished Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead, a wonderful book. The language just shimmers. I've started Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, which is a great study of Lincoln as a political strategist. I read just about anything by Toni Morrison, E.L. Doctorow, or Philip Roth. And I've got a soft spot for John le Carre.

Q: What inspires you? How do you stay motivated?
A: I'm inspired by the people I meet in my travels—hearing their stories, seeing the hardships they overcome, their fundamental optimism and decency. I'm inspired by the love people have for their children. And I'm inspired by my own children, how full they make my heart. They make me want to work to make the world a little bit better. And they make me want to be a better man.
The Gospel of Matthew. Edited by David Hill
David Hill
The Shack
William P. Young
Niall Williams
Celtic Wheel of the Year: Celtic and Christian Seasonal Prayers
Tess Ward
The Gay Disciple: Jesus' Friend Tells It His Own Way
John Clifford Henson
Imitating Jesus: An Inclusive Approach to New Testament Ethics
Richard A. Burridge
John: A Bible Commentary for Every Day
Richard A. Burridge
Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ
The ARCIC Statement: The Vatican and the Anglican Communion
Moral, But No Compass: Government, Church and the Future of Welfare
Francis Davis, Elizabeth Paulhaus, Andrew Bradstock
"Top Gear" Top Drives: Road Trips of a Lifetime in the World's Most Dramatic Locations
Michael Harvey
Foxe's Book of Martyrs
John Foxe, W.Grinton Berry
The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: or the Murder at Road Hill House
Kate Summerscale
The Life You've Always Wanted: Spiritual Disciplines for Ordinary People
John Ortberg
Finding Sanctuary: Monastic Steps for Everyday Life
Christopher Jamison
Steve stickley, Janet Stickley
Using the Bible in Drama (Using the Bible Series)
Steve Stickley Janet Stickley Jim Belben
Lightning Sketches (Hodder Christian Paperbacks)
Paul Burbridge Murray Watts
Time to Act (Hodder Christian Paperbacks)
Paul Burbridge Murray Watts
Scene One
Ashley Martin Andy Kelso
Back to Back's Little Black Paper Back Book
Grace Fraser
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian
Marina Lewycka
Christ Across the Ganges: Hindu Responses to Jesus
Sandy Bharat
An Emergent Manifest of Hope (Emersion: Emergent Village's Resources for Communities of Faith) (Mersion: Emergent Village Resources for Communities of Faith)
Doug Pagitt Tony Jones
Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution
Steve Jeffery Mike Ovey Andrew Sach
A Thousand Splendid Suns
Khaled Hosseini
The Manga Bible: Raw (Bible Tniv)
Spiritual Classics
Richard Foster & Emilie Griffin
The Purpose Driven Church
Rick Warren
On the road to recovery
sue hay
The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail
Michael Baigent Richard Leigh Henry Lincoln Michael Baigent, Henry Lincoln, and Richard Leigh, authors of The Messianic Legacy, spent over 10 years on their own kind of quest for the Holy Grail, into the secretive history of early France. What they found, researched with the tenacity and attention to detail which befits any great quest, is a tangled and intricate story of politics and faith that reads like a mystery novel. It is the story of the Knights Templar, and a behind-the-scenes society called the Prieure de Sion, and its involvement in reinstating descendants of the Merovingian bloodline into political power. Why? The authors of Holy Blood, Holy Grail assert that their explorations into early history ultimately reveal that Jesus may not have died on the cross, but lived to marry and father children whose bloodline continues today. According to the authors, their point here is not to compromise or to demean Jesus, but to offer another, more complete perspective of Jesus as God's incarnation in man. They claim that the power of this secret, which has, they say, been carefully guarded for hundreds of years, has sparked much controversy. For all the sensationalism and hoopla surrounding The Holy Blood and The Holy Grail and the alternative history which it outlines, the authors are careful to keep their perspective and sense of scepticism alive in its pages, explaining carefully and clearly how they came to draw such combustible conclusions. —Jodie Buller
Fund Raising for Churches
Jane Grieve
Crawley (Then and Now)
Roger Bastable
Deluded by Dawkins?
Andrew P. Wilson
The Dawkins Delusion?: Atheist Fundamentalism and the Denial of the Divine
Alister McGrath; Joanna Collicutt McGrat
The Selfish Gene
Richard Dawkins
Building the Body
Pamela Evans
Spirituality Workbook
David Runcorn
An Acceptable Sacrifice?
Duncan James Dormor
Some Issues in Human Sexuality: A Guide to the Debate (House of Bishops)
House of Bishops
Issues in Human Sexuality: A Statement by the House of Bishops
Church of England House of Bishops
His Banner Over Me is Love
Dale A. Bargmann
Youth Alpha Manual Blue (15-18)
Faith Confirmed
Peter Jackson Chris Wright
Youth Alpha Leader's Guide with CDROM
Alpha This comprehensive guide provides course leaders with all the tools required to present the Alpha course to a varied and diverse youth audience. Includes sections on strategy, practical skills, planning and preparation, as well as tips on aspects of youth ministry from accomplished youth leaders from around the world. The book also features a CD ROM with all the materials in the book ready to reproduce and share with entire Youth Alpha team.
Opening Prayers: Scripture Related Collects - Years A, B and C from the Sacramentary
International Commission on English in the Liturgy
Common Worship Standard Cased Black (Common Worship)
Church of England
Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England: Times and Seasons
Church of England
Common Worship Pastoral Services (Prayer Book Common Worship)
Church of England
Dart of Longing Love: Daily Readings from the Cloud of Unknowing
Robert Llewlyn
What About Christianity?: Questioning Christianity in the Modern World
John Puddefoot
Memories of Bliss: God, Sex and Us
Jo Ind
Prayers of Life
Michel Quoist Original French version 1954, this is 3rd imprint of the !st English Hard back edition.
Better Than Halloween: Bright Alternatives for Churches and Children
Nick Harding
To Live Is to Change: Way of Reading Vatican II
Christopher Jamison
Good Shepherd: Meditations on Christian Ministry in Today's World
Lesslie Newbigin
Copthorne - The Story So Far
Copthorne Village Millennium Group Copthorne
The UK Church Fundraisers Manual: A Practical Manual and Directory of Sources
Maggie Durran
Regenerating Local Churches: Mission-based Strategies for Transformation and Growth
Maggie Durran
Introducing Maori Culture
Don Stafford
First lessons in Maori
William Leonard Williams
Riding by Faith Through New Zealand
Tracey Elliot-Reep
The Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook
Ian Brodie
Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry: The Agreed Text
The Penguin History of New Zealand
Michael King
Taking the Long View: Three and a Half Decades of General Synod
Colin Buchanan
Springboard to Worship
Susan Sayers
Elie Wiesel
St. Paul in Limerick
Lesslie Newbigin
Christian England Volume 3: From the 18 Centuary to he First World War
David L Edwards
Christian England Volume 2: From the Reformation to the 18th Century
David Edwards
Christian England Volume 1: Its Story to the Reformation
David L Edwards
The Learning Congregation: A New Vision of Leadership
Thomas R. Hawkins
Friendship and the Body of Christ
Peter Atkinson
Celtic Sites and Their Saints: A Guidebook
Elizabeth Rees
A Lifetime in a Race
Matthew Pinsent
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation
Lynne Truss
Celtic Design Colouring Book (Dover Colouring Books S.)
Jr. Sibbett
Pushing at the Boundaries of Unity: Anglicans and Baptists in Conversation
Church House Publishing
Mere Christianity
C. S. Lewis In 1943, when hope and the moral fabric of society in Britain were threatened by the relentless inhumanity of global war, an Oxford don was invited to give a series of radio lectures addressing the central issues of Christianity. Over half a century after the original lectures, the topic retains its urgency. Expanded into book form, Mere Christianity never flinches as it sets out a rational basis for Christianity and builds an edifice of compassionate morality atop this foundation. As Mr Lewis clearly demonstrates, Christianity is not a religion of flitting angels and blind faith, but of free will, an innate sense of justice and the grace of God.
Evangelism and Collaborative Ministry: In the Local Church
Sotirios Christou
Taking Note of Music (Third Way Books)
William Edgar
In Tune with Heaven: Report of the Archbishops' Commission on Church Music
The Archbishops' Commission on Church Music
The Canons of the Church of England
Church of England
Practical Church Management: A Guide for Every Parish
James Behrens
Anglican Worship Today
Colin Buchanan
Return to Auschwitz
Kitty Hart-Moxon
The Healthy Churches' Handbook: A Process for Revitalizing Your Church
Robert Warren
Celtic Theology: Humanity, World and God in Early Irish Writings
Thomas O'Loughlin
Restoring the Woven Cord: Principles of Celtic Christianity for the Church Today
Michael Mitton
Celtic Light: A Tradition Rediscovered
Esther De Waal * * * * *
Shadowmancer: Special Edition
G.P. Taylor Written to include such elements as magic, witchcraft, superstition, sorcery, history, folklore and smuggling, Shadowmancer has become a book that simply cannot be ignored. Despite such fierce competition as JK Rowling's mighty bestseller Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Reverend Graham Taylor's debut children's novel has nevertheless garnered impressive media coverage.

At the heart of his story lies the classic battle between good and evil. On one side Taylor has painted one of the most despicable men possible—Obadiah Demurral, an 18th century vicar who preaches restraint and tolerance to his flock of god-fearing but misguided souls while all the time hiding the fact that he is a shadowmancer—a sorcerer who speaks to the dead—who commands these unfortunates to do his own bidding. For Demurral is intent on seeking to control the ultimate power in the universe. He doesn't want to worship God anymore, he wants to be God. And in the finest traditions of such stories, he will stop at nothing to achieve his dastardly goal.

Lined up against him, however, are some equally inventive good guys. Thomas Barrick, at 13, is the spunky almost-orphan who can intuitively see straight through Demurral's pious act and knows him to be evil to the core. Helping him is feisty tomboy Kate Coglan, Raphah—a mysterious African who has journeyed far to reclaim the precious symbols that Demurral is using for evil purpose, and Jacob Crane, a smuggler with a big grudge against the demented vicar.

The plot might wobble a little in places and the simmering religious overtones might get up a few people's noses, but Taylor's colourful cast is undoubtedly a triumph. The characters are larger than life, engaging, plentiful—and you'll care what happens to them. (For ages 10 and over) —John McLay
159 Celtic Designs (Dover Design Library)
Amy L. Lusebrink
Holy Places of Celtic Britain
Mick Sharp
Celtic Ornament: Art of the Scribe
Courtney Davis
Celtic Saints (Pitkin Guides)
Dana Delap
The Christian Celts: Treasures of Late Celtic Wales
Mark Redknap
A Celtic Eucharist
Brendan O'Malley
The Celtic Resource Book
The Ven Martin Wallace * * * * *
The Celtic Way of Prayer
Esther De Waal
Celtic Blessings: Making All Things Sacred
B. O'Malley
Colonies of Heaven: Celtic Models for Today's Church
Ian Bradley * * * * *
The Celtic Way
Ian Bradley * * * * *
Celtic Christianity: Making Myths and Chasing Dreams
Ian Bradley * * * * *
Celts and Christians: New Approaches to the Religious Traditions of Britain and Ireland (Religion, Culture & Society Series)
Mark Atherton
Celtic Art in Pagan and Christian Times
J. Romilly Allen
The Celts (Sacred Symbols S.)
Robert Adkinson
Living Between Worlds: Place and Journey in Celtic Spirituality
Philip Sheldrake
The Spirituality of Celtic Saints
Richard J. Woods
New Celts
Roger Ellis Chris Seaton
Power Pack
Bob Moffett
Power Pack: No. 2
Bob Moffett
Evangelism in a Spiritual Age (Explorations)
Yvonne Richmond Nick Spencer Steve Croft
The Curate's Guide: From Calling to First Parish
John Witcombe
The Vicar's Guide: Life and Ministry in the Parish
David Ison
Rome Insight City Guide (Insight City Guides S.)
Brian Bell
Saints: Their Cults and Origins
Caroline Williams
Celtic Art (Discovering Art S.)
O.B. Duane
Celtic Fire: Anthology of Celtic Christian Literature
Robert Van De Weyer * * * * *
Celtic Prayers: A Book of Celtic Devotion, Daily Prayers and Blessings
Robert Van De Weyer
Celebrating Common Prayer
Society of Saint Francis
A New Zealand Prayer Book 1989: Pew Edition
The Common Worship Lectionary: New Revised Standard Version Anglicized Edition
Oxford University Press
Complete Youth Manual: v. 1
Steve Chalke
Macromedia Studio Mx 2004 All-In-One Desk Reference for Dummies: 7 Books in 1 (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))
Damon A. Dean Andy Cowitt
Know the Truth: A Memoir
George Carey
Mister God, This Is Anna
Purpose-driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For?
Rick Warren
Working with Teenagers
Nick Aiken
GarageBand Book
Andy Ihnatko Tony Bove
To Canterbury with Love
Gavin Reid
The First Urban Christians: The Social World of the Apostle Paul
Wayne A. Meeks
Ikons: Meditations in Words and Music
Mother Thekla John Tavener
Introduction to the New Testament
Raymond Edward Brown
Final Quest
R. Joyner
Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission (American Society of Missiology S.)
David J. Bosch
Beholding The Glory- Incarnation Through The Arts
Jeremy Begbie
Christian Spirituality: Themes from the Tradition
L. Cunningham K. Egan
Building Missionary Congregations (Board of Mission Occasional Paper)
Robert Warren
Understanding Christian Spirituality
Michael Downey
Prepare the Way with Posters: Creative Poster-making to Attract and Inspire
Yvonne Coppock
Prepare the Way with Posters: Creative Poster-making to Attract and Inspire
Yvonne Coppock
The Gospel in a Pluralist Society
Lesslie Newbigin
Spirituality and History
Philip Sheldrake
Christian Theology: An Introduction
Alister E. McGrath
Christian Spirituality: An Introduction
Alister E. McGrath
Celtic Daily Prayer
Northumbria Community
The Wound of Knowledge: Christian Spirituality from the New Testament to St.John of the Cross
Rowan Williams
Understanding the Trinity
Alister E. McGrath
The Bible from Scratch: A Lightning Tour from Genesis to Revelation
Simon Jenkins
Paul (Past Masters S.)
E.P. Sanders
Being a Priest Today: Exploring Priestly Identity
Christopher Cocksworth Rosalind Brown
The Study of Spirituality
Cheslyn Jones Geoffrey Wainwright Edward Yarnold
Unfinished Agenda: An Updated Autobiography
Lesslie Newbigin
The open secret: Sketches for a missionary theology
Lesslie Newbigin
Foolishness to the Greeks: Gospel and Western Culture
Lesslie Newbigin
The Little Gidding Way
Robert Van De Weyer
Practice of Spirtual Direction
Judith Russi
Women Bishops in the Church of England?: A Report of the House of Bishops' Working Party on Women in the Episcopate
House of Bishops
A Healing House of Prayer: A Selection of Daily Readings
M. Maddocks
The Book of God: The Bible as a Novel
Walter Wangerin
How to Do Everything with Macromedia Flash X (How to Do Everything with S.)
Bonnie Blake
Soul Friend: Spiritual Direction in the Modern World
Kenneth Leech
Living Stones: The All-age Resource for the Revised Common Lectionary: Complete Resource Book Year C
Susan Sayers
Living Stones: The All-age Resource for the Revised Common Lectionary: Complete Resource Book Year B
Susan Sayers
Living Stones: A Complete Resource Book
Susan Sayers
Studying the Gospels: An Introduction
Gideon Goosen Margaret Tomlinson
C.K. Barret
Dramatized Bible
Michael Perry
The Celtic Vision
Esther De Waal A. Carmichael
Carmina Gadelica: Hymns and Incantations from the Gaelic
Alexander Carmichael John MacInnes This is a comprehensive collection of lyric poems and prayers from the Gaelic tradition of oral poetry, gathered from the highlands and islands of Scotland.
Carmina Gadelica: Hymns and Incantations from the Gaelic
Alexander Carmichael John MacInnes This is a comprehensive collection of lyric poems and prayers from the Gaelic tradition of oral poetry, gathered from the highlands and islands of Scotland.
Alpha - Questions of Life
Nicky Gumbel
Celtic Illustrations: Prayer Journal
Andy Raine * * * * *
I Capture the Castle
Dodie Smith
How to Do Everything with Dreamweaver MX 2004 (How to Do Everything with S.)
Michael Meadhra
Border Lands: The Best of David Adam
David Adam * * - - -
Celtic Worship Through the Year
Ray Simpson
Strength of the Hills: Understanding Scottish Spirituality
Jenny Robertson
Exploring Celtic Spirituality: Historic Roots for Our Future
Ray Simpson
Celtic Blessings for Daily Life: Prayers for Every Occasion
Ray Simpson * * * * *
New Patterns for Worship
Church House Publishing
The Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown With The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown masterfully concocts an intelligent and lucid thriller that marries the gusto of an international murder mystery with a collection of fascinating esoterica culled from 2,000 years of Western history. A murder in the silent after-hours halls of the Louvre museum reveals a sinister plot to uncover a secret that has been protected by a clandestine society since the days of Christ. The victim is a high-ranking agent of this ancient society who, in the moments before his death, manages to leave gruesome clues at the scene that only his granddaughter, noted cryptographer Sophie Neveu, and Robert Langdon, a famed symbologist, can untangle.

The duo become both suspects and detectives searching not only for Neveu's grandfather's murderer, but also the stunning secret of the ages he was charged to protect. Mere steps ahead of the authorities and the deadly competition, the mystery leads Neveu and Langdon on a breathless flight through France, England and history itself. Brown has created a page-turning thriller that also provides an amazing interpretation of Western history. Brown's hero and heroine embark on a lofty and intriguing exploration of some of Western culture's greatest mysteries—from the nature of the Mona Lisa's smile to the secret of the Holy Grail. Though some will quibble with the veracity of Brown's conjectures, therein lies the fun. The Da Vinci Code is an enthralling read that provides rich food for thought. —Jeremy Pugh,
A Time to Heal Handbook: The Development of Good Practice in the Healing Ministry
Church House Publishing
Hope for the Church: Contemporary Strategies for Growth (Explorations S.)
Bob Jackson
Sarah Laughed: Women's Voices in the Old Testament
Trevor Dennis
The Light Has Come: An Exposition of the Fourth Gospel
Lesslie Newbigin
John for Everyone: Part 1 Chapters 1-10
Tom Wright
John for Everyone: Part 2 Chapters 11-21
Tom Wright
Churchwardens: A Survival Guide
Martin Dudley David Hands Virginia Rounding
Digital Photography Expert Techniques
Ken Milburn
The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers
Rafeeq Rehman Scott Kelby Some people make their living with a camera, and for these people the maturation of digital photo technology means a significant shift in their trade. The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers is for people who are already adept with a camera, and pretty much up to speed on the peculiarities of digital photography, too. The book teaches these people how to use Adobe Photoshop, the standard photo-editing software package. More accurately, the book explains how to use Photoshop for the kinds of work professional photographers do.

Case in point: the removal from photographs of what are politely called skin blemishes. Author Scott Kelby (the editor of Photoshop User offers two strategies: one you can use to remove all traces of a mark but which requires a fair amount of time, and another procedure that delivers "pretty good" results and which can be done on many pictures (such as a set of class portraits) rapidly. Kelby teaches by means of heavily illustrated procedures, each between five and 20 steps long and spanning several pages. A good way to use this book is by scanning the table of contents for a procedure that interests you (say, "Fixing Underexposed Photos", or "Pro Wrinkle Removal"). This will enable you to spot Photoshop techniques you hadn't considered. —David Wall

Topics covered: how to use Adobe Photoshop if, for you, the program is one tool out of many in a photographic kit. Tricks teach you how to recolour hair, whiten teeth and eyes, modify unflattering body contours, dodge and burn, apply filters for effect, assemble panoramas, and do a score of other slick photo jobs.
The Moral Maze: Way of Exploring Christian Ethics
David Cook
The Priest and the People of God: A Royal Priesthood
Sotirios Christou
Questions of Life: An Opportunity to Explore the Meaning of Life
Nicky Gumbel Defining itself as "a practical introduction to the Christian faith", this paperback is addressed both to those who want to find out more about Christianity and those who have recently come to faith. The book is based on the massively successful "Alpha" enquirers' course which the author runs at his church in London, from which it had spread to over 7,000 other churches by the beginning of the year 2000. Indeed, it is partly designed to accompany that course, for each chapter has as a "study guide" a set of questions intended to prompt further thinking (and facilitate discussion, if used in groups). There are 15 such chapters, with titles such as "Who is Jesus?", "Why did Jesus die?", "Why and How Do I Pray?".

The first three chapters argue for the truth of the Christian gospel. The rest of the book assumes the reader is a believer and presents the initial steps of the Christian life in a clear, lively and accessible manner. Though Gumbel is a clergyman in the Church of England, he does not plug Anglicanism. Indeed, he dissolves denominational questions, claiming to take his understanding of the church straight from the New Testament. Readers should be aware that the book has a pronounced charismatic slant. For instance, there are three chapters on the Holy Spirit, but none on the Father. More striking still, the section on speaking in tongues is significantly longer than that on the Resurrection. Nevertheless, the cross-denominational success of the Alpha course shows that members of other Christian traditions can enjoy and benefit from its approach. —Michael Ward
Photoshop Cs Bible
Deke McClelland
Strangers and Friends: New Exploration of Homosexuality and the Bible
Michael Vasey
Mission-Shaped Church
Rowan Williams