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September 2020 

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Someone Like You
Someone Like You

Science raises questions only love can answer in this moving and thought-provoking novel from this bestselling author.

One frozen embryo. Two families with life-long secrets. And a guy who planned to never fall in love again. Maddie Baxter West is shaken to the core when she finds out everything she believed about her life was a lie. Her parents had always planned to tell her the truth about the past: that she was adopted as an embryo. But somehow the right moment had never happened. Then a total stranger confronts Maddie with the truth and tells her something else that rocks her world-Maddie had a sister she never knew about.


RRP £18.99   Special Price £13.99


2084               2084
            IS TECHNOLOGY     HELPING OR HURTING US?

The questions posed by AI are open to all of us. And they demand answers.

In response to recent popular accounts, scientist and philosopher John Lennox offers a Christian perspective on humanity's future, the problems raised by AI and the atheist conception of what it means to be human. 2084 provides evidence-based, credible answers that will help you navigate today's fast-changing world.

                  RRP £14.99  Special Offer  £11.99


African Pearl

African Pearl

Irish-Nigerian Pamela Brown-Peterside is forty and burned out when she exchanges the intensity of an honourable public health career in New York City for the lush valleys of western Uganda.

From illness to loneliness to deaths-which keep mounting-to an outbreak of Ebola, this spiritual memoir describes Pamela's extraordinary journey. Intertwining the themes of identity, sacrifice, commitment and calling, African Pearl is a gripping account of a African returning to Africa but experiencing it as an outsider, being surprised by missions, and undergoing transformation within the riches of community.

RRP £8.99     Special Offer   £6.99


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Through GatesThrough Gates of Splendour

In 1956 the world was stunned by a shocking event
Missionary history will never let us forget the five young American men savagely martyred by Auca Indians in the jungles of Ecuador as they attempted to reach them with the Word of God.

Elizabeth Elliott, the widow of one of these men, records here the story of their courage and devotion to Christ in the face of danger and difficulty.

Normal price £7.99  Now £ 3.99



Brahmin RebornBrahmin Reborn

"I took a glass and carefully broke it. I ground it, then mixed it into some cooked rice. This lethal meal would be the end of my insufferable ignorance. I only a matter of hours I'd discover the secret of the afterlife....."

It is 1966. Madras, India. A young Brahmin realises the futility of his ritrualistic Hinduism. Unable to face another day, he gives his gods an ultimatum: reveal yourself, or I will kill myself. After preparing a deadly meal. he heads out to what he thinks will be his final walk around the city. As he does he passes a man handing out flyers. They catch his eye. He's intrigued. He heads inside to see what's going on. What happens next changes the direction of his life and the ill-fated meal waiting at home.  


Normal Price £6.99  Now £3.99



Out of the Black ShadowsOut of the Black Shadows


Stephen Lungu was the oldest son of a teenage mother, married off to a much older man by her parents, and living in a black township near Salisbury, Zimbabwe. When he was three his mother ran away, leaving him, and his younger brother and sister, in the reluctant care of an aunt. By eleven Stephen too had run away, preferring life on the streets.

To survive, he slept under bridges and scavenged food from white folks' dustbins. As a teenager he was recruited into one of the urban gangs, called the Black Shadows, which ran a programme of theft and thuggery with a half-focussed dream of revolution. When a travelling evangelist came to town, Stephen was sent t fire bomb the event, carrying his bag of bombs and mingling with the crowd.

Instead of throwing bombs he stayed and listened....What followed was better than fiction.

Normal Price £7.99    Now 3.99






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