Bible study

Looking for Bible Study with more depth? Below you will find some resources to challenge and deepen your faith.

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Facing Death

Facing Death

Rachel Boulding £3.99

This book of 18 undated reflections draws comfort and encouragement from the Bible and from the author's own experience for those going through life-limiting illness and for their family and carers. With moving vulnerability and without denying the difficult reality of the situation, Rachel Boulding suggests a way to confront terminal illness with faith and hope in a loving God.

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The Living Cross

The Living Cross

Exploring God's gift of forgiveness and new life Amy Boucher Pye £8.99

A Lent book to explore the freeing, life-changing nature of forgiveness.As we move from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day, daily reflections and prayers help us to experience the living power of the cross of Christ through biblical and modern-day stories of wrongdoing and forgiveness. Our journey through Lent will deepen our response to God's love and, as we allow the Holy Spirit to do his work, we will see spiritual transformation in our lives today.

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Lighted Windows

Lighted Windows

An Advent calendar for a world in waiting - updated and revised edition Margaret Silf £7.99

As we approach the Christmas season we prepare to celebrate the coming to earth of someone who really does make a difference. At this season the 'windows' of our human experience can change from rows of faceless panes, perhaps grimy with dirt, into lighted windows that open up new possibilities and coax us into a place where rejoicing might be possible.

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Guidelines January - April 2017

Guidelines January - April 2017

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.35

Guidelines is a unique Bible reading resource that offers four months of in-depth study written by leading scholars. Contributors are drawn from around the world, as well as the UK, and represent a stimulating and thought-provoking breadth of Christian tradition. Instead of the usual dated daily readings, Guidelines provides weekly units, broken into at least six sections, plus an introduction giving context for the passage and a final section of points for thought and prayer. On any day you can read as many or as few sections as you wish, to fit in with work or home routine. As well as a copy of Guidelines, you will need a Bible. Each contributor also suggests books for further study.

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Guidelines January - April 2017 (PDF Download)

Guidelines January - April 2017 (PDF Download)

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.35

Guidelines is a unique Bible reading resource that offers four months of in-depth study written by leading scholars. Contributors are drawn from around the world, as well as the UK, and represent a stimulating and thought-provoking breadth of Christian tradition. Instead of the usual dated daily readings, Guidelines provides weekly units, broken into at least six sections, plus an introduction giving context for the passage and a final section of points for thought and prayer. On any day you can read as many or as few sections as you wish, to fit in with work or home routine. As well as a copy of Guidelines, you will need a Bible. Each contributor also suggests books for further study.

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Guidelines September - December 2016 (PDF Download)

Guidelines September - December 2016 (PDF Download)

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.35

Guidelines is a unique Bible reading resource that offers four months of in-depth study written by leading scholars. Contributors are drawn from around the world, as well as the UK, and represent a stimulating and thought-provoking breadth of Christian tradition. Instead of the usual dated daily readings, Guidelines provides weekly units, broken into at least six sections, plus an introduction giving context for the passage and a final section of points for thought and prayer. On any day you can read as many or as few sections as you wish, to fit in with work or home routine. As well as a copy of Guidelines, you will need a Bible. Each contributor also suggests books for further study.

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Guidelines September - December 2016

Guidelines September - December 2016

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.35

Guidelines is a unique Bible reading resource that offers four months of in-depth study written by leading scholars. Contributors are drawn from around the world, as well as the UK, and represent a stimulating and thought-provoking breadth of Christian tradition. Instead of the usual dated daily readings, Guidelines provides weekly units, broken into at least six sections, plus an introduction giving context for the passage and a final section of points for thought and prayer. On any day you can read as many or as few sections as you wish, to fit in with work or home routine. As well as a copy of Guidelines, you will need a Bible. Each contributor also suggests books for further study.

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Peter's Preaching

Peter's Preaching

The message of Mark's Gospel Jeremy Duff £9.99

Peter's Preaching brings to life for contemporary readers the content and meaning of Mark's Gospel. As the earliest of the Gospels, Mark is arguably the foundational text of Christianity, summarising the core of Jesus' teaching. Vivid, immediate and provoking, it is in essence the preaching of Peter, Jesus' closest disciple, calling men and women to a more radical discipleship. Each of the eight main chapters of Jeremy Duff's book explores a key theme from Mark, covering every verse in the Gospel while also showing how the text connects as a whole.

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Walking with Old Testament Women

Walking with Old Testament Women

Imaginative studies for Bible meditations Fiona Stratta £7.99

The world of the Old Testament can seem remote, yet a meditative approach to reading it can be an excellent way of bringing the characters closer to home. Walking with Old Testament Women follows the same imaginative, Ignatian-style approach as the author's well-received first book, Walking with Gospel Women. Considering around 20 women characters, some familiar, some anonymous, we explore what their experiences can teach us today. Suitable for both group and individual use, it is also an excellent resource for refreshing Bible understanding for those who feel they know the stories well.

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52 Reflections on Faith for Busy Preachers and Teachers

These fifty two reflections - one for each week of the year - provide short, sharp but profound insights into Christian faith and life. The aim is to stimulate thinking rather than provide all the answers, and show how faith can connect up with daily life, Bible teaching and also wider culture.

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The Psalms

The Psalms

A commentary for prayer and reflection Henry Wansbrough Currently out of stock £8.99

This is a helpful companion for anybody wanting to venture deeper into the Book of Psalms for personal reading and prayer. It also offers guidance for those preaching the Psalms and using them for group study and worship.

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Servant Ministry

Servant Ministry

A portrait of Christ and a pattern for his followers Tony Horsfall £7.99

Servanthood is something to which all believers are called, not just those in full-time ministry, and so understanding what servanthood means is vital for the health and well-being of local churches. Every member needs to appreciate their role as a servant of God. Servant Ministry offers a practical exposition of the first 'Servant Song' based in Isaiah (42:1-9). Writing from many years of Christian teaching and mentoring, Tony Horsfall applies insights drawn from the Isaiah passage to topics such as the motivation for service and the call to serve; valid expressions of servanthood and the link between evangelism and social action; character formation and what it means to be a servant; how to keep going over the long haul in the harsh realities of ministry; the importance of listening to God on a daily basis and also over a whole lifetime.

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Facing the Darkness and Finding the Light

Facing the Darkness and Finding the Light

Reflections for troubled times from the book of Revelation David Winter Currently out of print £6.99

Where does evil come from? Why is it present in the world and within our own lives? Why do the innocent suffer and - too often - the powerful prevail? If there is a God and he is good, why is the world that he created constantly marred by conflict, war and natural disaster? Such huge questions, with which humanity has grappled since the very beginning, lie at the heart of Revelation, that mesmerising and often puzzling book of the Bible. In this book, David Winter takes us on a step-by-step journey through the apocalyptic and mysterious visions of Revelation.

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Whole Life, Whole Bible

Whole Life, Whole Bible

50 readings on living in the light of scripture Antony Billington, Margaret Killingray, Helen Parry £6.99

Whole Life, Whole Bible is written from the conviction that God's word illuminates every part of existence, enabling us to see differently and live differently - from Monday to Sunday, in public as well as in private. A walk through the unfolding story of the Bible in 50 readings and reflections shows how our lives are bound up with, and shaped by, God's plan to restore a broken universe. That big story forms our minds, fuels our imaginations and fashions our daily life ad we live in God's world, in the light of God's word, wherever we are.

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