Many people believe in Jesus Christ but want nothing to do with the church. Some others who call themselves committed Christians will not commit to a local church. We have to be honest. There is a dearth in the church in many countries. At times the church has been very sick and the illness seemed to be terminal; yet it survives and in many places grows phenomenally. Dry Bones can live, addresses this problem and proposes a dynamic remedy; setting out a strategy for local churches to consider. It is full of stories from the pastorâ€™s casebook, which illustrate the reality and effectiveness of the Gospel in transforming lives. The text offers practical guidance for leaders and the whole church drawn from over forty years in ministry, where the principles discussed have been successfully put into practice. Its emphasis in making, growing and keeping disciples is a must for the church in the 21st century. I believe with all my heart that the local church can not only change the world but shake it.
A. J. Russell
365 messages of encouragement channelled from Christ to two anonymous "Listeners"
An imaginative, creative and enjoyable Lent course that will lead us to new life at Easter (Bishop of Salisbury)
"Contemplation..is the highest form of prayer...without the act of listening words remain mere verbiage. A gem of a book." Watkins Bookshop Recommendation
Adrian B. Smith
God and evolution, God and suffering - a search for Darwins God.
An ABC of Christianity and its message
Don't blame legendary Adam (or Dawkins)! Suffering is unavoidable in God's best possible, free world, where evolution's gains outweigh losses.
Unlike Richard Dawkins, the Contemporary Creed (revised edition) sees no conflict between evolution and God, faith and modern science.