POETRY

From Shore to Shore, Life in God’s Global Kingdom, Reflections in Poetry and Prose by Pamela Ferguson

Twelve short collections of poetry, including a Lenten meditation, each accompanied by a prose reflection on the people, places or events surrounding the poems. The writer draws from her experience of mission on three continents, cross-cultural adoption, challenges of autism, as well as her love of nature and art. (‘A feast of a book’ – Faith Forster.)

Rhyme Time by Brendan Conboy

We are all on a journey, travelling through life, in a short span of time.  We are all on a journey, with all kinds of strife, rest now in words of rhyme. Poems inspired by God.

Hope in Dark Places by David Grieve

Poems about Depression and Christian Faith, written as a sufferer over a 30 year period. Christians sometimes have a harder struggle with Depression because of their faith. No easy answers are offered, only Christ. Published by Sacristy Press.

Love in Thin Places by David Grieve

The author has for several decades been a volunteer Chaplain at Durham Cathedral, the Shrine of St Cuthbert and the resting place of the Venerable Bede. Many people find it to be a Thin Place – where the Lord and his love may seem especially near. These poems reflect that and also deal with other aspects of faith.

Inbetween Lands by Ann Phillips

A collection of poems written during 2017 exploring a range of experiences and encounters. ‘Ann shows a sure poetic touch. Her poems hang out banners between daily life and eternity.’ – John Payne.

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Moments by Martin Wild

Moments is a reflection through 40 poems on the bigger questions of life triggered by the Global Pandemic and a year of lockdown.

Start to Finish by Martin Wild

Start to Finish is a unique collection of 66 poems, one for each book of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. It is written to encourage a fresh reading of scripture and as an aid to prayer and contemplation.

Divine Loves by David Arkell

A medley of lyric musings sprinkled with snippets from the Good Book. This many-hued collection of poems invites us on a journey to a place of peace, a place of praise and awe, a place of trust in the God who knows and loves us.  To purchase email davidharkell@yahoo.co.uk.  All proceeds are going to the Bible Society.