Fight the Good Fight by Joel Webster

Written from over 39 years, in diary form, of observing all the wonderful things that Christians get up to.  Always humorous, always respectful. Anyone who loves God and loves the Christian life will really relate to, and enjoy, this hilarious and light hearted book. If you don’t, it is because you have too many of the characteristics that we all love about you.

Shake Off The Dust by Jerry Finch

Part autography: the story of the author’s childhood, including salvation at 17.  And 12 powerful testimonies, from over 4 decades, on various mission fields.
Contact author  at  for copies in pdf or paperback.  All proceeds to missions and writing ministry.

Polished Arrows by Jenny Sanders

An exploration of Isaiah 49:2 – God shapes us into polished arrows and hides us in His quiver.
Using the allegory of arrow-making, the author unpacks aspects of discipleship, encouraging us to remember that there
is purpose in the process as God – the ultimate arrow-maker and Archer – prepares us to be fired with impact into our
context and culture.  Each stage is illustrated with a biblical example.  Chapters close with target questions for further study, suitable for individuals or group use.

The Lonely Soldier by Tope Pearson

The author compares Lot’s struggles as a remnant in Sodom and Gomorrah to current events, showing how the goodness of God prevails. The book also provides practical tips on how to stand firm in your Christian-Messianic faith during these end times.

Sea Changed A Companion Guide: Living a Transformed Life by Kate Nicholas

A personal or group reflection guide which helps readers explore the concept of God’s transformation and understand how God is always actively transforming our lives; through His word, the promptings of the Holy Spirit and the circumstances of our lives and shows what the fruits of such  transformation look like.   Using a mix of biblical teaching, personal testimony and questions for reflection, this twelve -part guide encourages us all to live a life transformed by God.

Soul's Scribe by Kate Nicholas

Each of us has a story to tell about that part of us that connects with God – our ‘soul story’ – and this is a story that God wants us to understand and share. Soul’s Scribe draws  on scripture, developmental psychology and personal experience, to take you on a journey through the various stages of your life helping you see how God has been at work, and provides the kind of tools used by professional communicators to empower you to step out and tell you soul story with confidence, inspiring and encouraging others.  ‘A manual for life – practical, inspiring and rooted in biblical truth’ Chine McDonald

Finding Stability in Times of Change by Richard Frost

Finding Stability in Times of Change Using the miracle of the calming of the storm as its focus, this book considers how the storm symbolises periods of change, transition and difficulty and how the calming influence of Christ helps us to find stability.

Spiritual Feasting by Jenny Sanders

Spiritual Feasting encourages us to take our assigned places at God’s table, to enjoy spiritual nourishment and engage with the Holy Spirit as we ‘feast’, and ask how that is possible when we do’t like the ‘menu’.  When life serves us sour and bitter dishes, do we press into intimacy with Him or retreat, bruised and disappointed?

Let's Talk About Doubt by Kat Wordsworth

Let’s Talk About Doubt offers an antidote to the silence and stigma that often surrounds doubt. It combines the author’s story of doubtful faith with a wider look at the attitude towards doubt within Christian culture. Brutally honest but ultimately hopeful.  Available 24 February 2023 onwards.

Believing on The Name of Jesus Christ: What Every Believer Needs to Know by Bisi Oladipupo

Did you know that the bible also gives us a commandment to believe on the name of His son Jesus Christ ? (1 John 3: 23)  This book looks at this commandment which we seldom hear about.  The reader will come away with great confidence and assurance and great rest in Him

The Mind and Your Christian Walk: The Impact of the mind on our Christian walk by Bisi Oladipupo

This book looks at the various aspects of the role our minds have in our Christian life.
The reader will come away with a better understanding of engaging their minds in our Christian walk.

Dancing with Wisdom by Sunil Raheja

In a world that is increasingly cynical, confusing and chaotic, learn to dance with wisdom, stop going through the motions and become the fully alive human being you were always intended to be.

God’s Solution to Worry, Anxiety, and Fear by Nathan Haddock

When troubles come, we can be gripped by panic, fear, and anxiety. This short book will help you as you discover God’s solution to worry, anxiety, and fear. Containing Biblical principles, prayers to help you get through difficult times, Bible verses to focus and meditate upon, this book is a must for anyone who ever struggles with Worry, Anxiety, or Fear.

All Things New: Stories of Transformed Lives by Matt McChlery

Have you wondered what people mean when they say they have met Jesus? Discover how you can meet Him for yourself. He can transform your life too.

Don't Fuss, Love God, Don't Fuss by Ruth Bamforth

A selection from sermons given by the Reverend Stuart Bamforth, compiled and edited by his daughter, Ruth, into a series of thought pieces which consider questions including: What is a Christian? What is prayer? How should I pray? What does the Lord’s Prayer actually mean?

Two Seconds to Midnight

Based on a dramatic revelation to a prophetic friend, Bob wrote most of this material before Covid struck, but now, with Covid, another second may have passed. “Two Seconds to Midnight” combines Bible teaching, prophetic insight, and personal testimony in an exploration of Matthew 11: 29-30, to help us make sure we are firmly yoked to Jesus and learning from Him when midnight comes, whatever “midnight” may entail – maybe even be the return of Jesus Himself.

The Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ: Lessons We Can Learn by Bisi Oladipupo

The life of the twelve disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ and lessons we can learn from them. We see character flaws in some of them however; this did not stop the Lord working through them. Have a read and see what the Lord can do through ordinary men by His spirit.

The Lord's Cup in Communion: The Significance of taking the Lord's Supper by Bisi Oladipupo

The Lord ‘s Table means so much to us as believers; however, taking communion with understanding will produce better results. It will leave the reader with a great appreciation of the communion table and how to approach this precious ordinance with better understanding.

Failing Intelligently: Facing and Learning from the Impact of Failure by Caris Grimes

Have you ever failed, feared failing or lived with a sense of failure? In this encouraging and grounded book, Caris uses examples from Biblical stories together with academic research to understand how God uses failure and what we can learn from failure in our personal lives and workplaces.

Not Knowing, But Still Going by Jocelyn-Anne Harvey

Life just before, during and after the great flood. A truly original look at the Noah’s ark story, from the women’s perspective. And how does this experience speak to us today?

My Foundation for Life by Brendan Conboy

Our paths are seldom straightforward, life always throws its storms at us. How we all weather those storms varies. Some of us will struggle with the slightest little worry, whereas others are able to show far greater resilience. What is it that makes some of us more resilient than others?

How to make Menopause a Positive Experience by Dr Olúṣẹ̀yẹ Àríkàwé

Practical and easy to apply strategies to help women maintain a positive outlook as they navigate their peri-menopause and post-menopause journey. Valuable tips to combat sleep disturbances, anxiety and stress during menopause and true stories of women who have learnt to master their menopause to challenge and inspire you.  Bible verses for use during meditation and prayers and 21 powerful Biblical affirmations for emotional wellbeing during menopause.

"Christmas: God's Promise Kept" by Sarah Tummey

 Advent book of 25 reflections, from 1 to 25 December, telling the story of the Old Testament and how it points to Jesus. The author deliberately kept the reflections short so people could fit in the day’s Bible-reading alongside my words.

Treasure in Dark Places by Liz Carter

Life can hurt. Sometimes we wonder where God is when shadows seem too deep. But shadows can’t exist without light. It’s sometimes in the darkest corners we find unexpected treasure. This collection, with its starkly honest poetry and re-imaginations of events from Scripture, points us to hope – even when we struggle to see light on the horizon of our lives.

Relinquishment by Penelope Wilcock

In order to say ‘yes’, we must learn to say ‘no’. Relinquishment is the way to get things done. It allows priorities to emerge. When we set stuff aside – status, possessions, our addiction to busyness and being right – we create opportunity. Relinquishment is the art of letting go. Relinquishment unbuttons the strait-jacket of pressure, and restores the richness of being alive. Relinquishment creates simplicity. By living as simply as possible, we can become a greater channel of blessing. By living with less we have space for what matters.

Preparing for Revival by Michael Angley Ogwuche

Revival is coming, but we need to be ready! Michael shows how a nal end-time revival is prophesied in Scripture, but also highlights the importance of being prepared for what God is about to do.This rallying call from a missionary to the West will increase your hunger to see God’s will done in your life, in your church and in your nation.

If Only by Jennie Pollock

Drawing on encouragements from the Bible and the stories of others, she helps readers to trust in God’s plan for their lives and enjoy true contentment through a genuine conviction that Jesus is better than even our most keenly-felt hopes and longings for this life.

Cold Cups Of Tea And Hiding In The Loo by Annie Willmot

Parenthood is a privilege, a joy, and a challenge. With honesty, vulnerability and humour, Annie writes about her journey to figure out how to do faith as a parent and encourages other parents to start having honest conversations of their own.  Readers can dip in and out of this book when time allows, and there are opportunities to pause and reflect and to spend time with God.

Women Win Against All Odds by Wendy H Jones

Despite popular belief, even when it Rains, God Still Reigns. Every Vision, Every Dream, Every Purpose, and Every Promise Given by God Shall come to pass. Journey with 17 POWERHOUSE women from around the Globe as they lovingly share wisdom, insight, and the precise Keys You Need to Succeed in Any Season!

Equality is Biblical by Penelope Wilcock

Women have proved their equality with men in leadership, scholarship and exercising spiritual gifts, but traditional interpretations of Scripture mean that leadership is still viewed by many as the preserve of men. Penelope Wilcock argues that Christ’s new and living way leads us out of all forms of dominance and subjugation, including imprisonment within gender roles.

Face to Face by Kenneth Boa

God longs for us to personally experience more of him, but so often we refuse or feel unable to draw close. Whether you feel distant from God or want to deepen your relationship with Him, Face to Face will help you to experience God in a new and powerful way.

The Essential Guide to Autism by Hilary Hawkes

A starting point for young parents, teachers, or support workers.  Chapters cover early signs, diagnosis, interventions, effect on the family and support.

Looking for Love by Joanne Gilchrist

For much of her teenage life Joanne was desperate for a boyfriend and searching for love. She scared away the exact same men she wanted to attract and no matter how hard she tried couldn’t manipulate her perfect relationship into existence. That is when God intervened. 

Taking Off the Mask by Claire Musters

Daring to be the person God created you to be Claire Musters shares honestly about how a particularly painful period in her own life started her on a journey towards embracing authenticity, and what God has taught her about cultivating it in our own individual lives and within our churches.

Pray Without Straying by Peculiar Medinus

Prayers from the word that catches God’s attention for quick answers. Unlocking negatively closed doors, reversing hopeless situations, trashing long-standing problems and restoring the blessings lost to sin, satan and ignorance.

The Female Preacher by Peculiar Medinus

Celebrates past achievements and nobility of women in bible days, and our time, and also provides an in-depth exposition of the challenges and barriers that afflict the feminine gender all over the world.  Offers solutions and great hope through biblical reflections.

Never Get Hurt by Peculiar Medinus

Recognises degrees of hurt and the associated rollercoaster of painful emotions. Poignant stories of those who escaped the quagmire of hurt to paint a vivid picture of the effects of protracted pain and also the hope of freedom.

Lady Battle Axe by Peculiar Medinus

For women experiencing seemingly endless violence. Equipped with biblical examples of male and female heroes, who defeated destiny threatening challenges.

The Quickest Way to Overcome Stress by Peculiar Medinus

Stress resolutions create a positive impact and influence in your life, but there is a greater weapon to defeat stress and all other negative things affecting your life.