Books to kickstart your New Year
With 2020 just around the corner, you may have already spent some time thinking about what the New Year might hold for you, what you’d like to achieve or what you’d like to do differently. To help you out, we’ve put together a useful guide to books that will kickstart your New Year and help you achieve some of those commonly made New Year resolutions…
Exercise more (spiritually) with Life with St Benedict
An introduction to something inspiring, supporting, reassuring and challenging, Life with St Benedict provides daily reflections on the Rule of St Benedict to aid spiritual growth and prayer in the reader.
This is an easy-to-use and practical daily prayer book, which enables the entire Rule to be considered over a four-month period, beginning on 1 January, 2 May and 1 September.
Read more with How to Read the Bible
Whether you’re new to the Bible and wondering where to start or a seasoned reader hoping to refresh your view of scripture, Michael Parsons’ How to Read the Bible helps readers to look at the whole biblical storyline.
This handy book discusses how to read the narrative and text of the Bible and makes recommendations on what you should take into account when reading.
Learn something new with our Really Useful Guides
If you’d like to learn something new from your Bible in 2020, our Really Useful Guides could help. Each book focuses on a specific biblical book and helps the reader to understand the message as well as apply its truth to today’s circumstances.
Easy to read, with plenty of headings, bulleted lists, bold type and diagrams, these guides are available for the gospel of John, Psalms, Genesis 1—11 and Colossians and Philemon.
Pick up a new hobby with our Bible reading notes
While prayer and devotionals might be less of a ‘hobby’ and more of a way of life, our Bible reading notes are a great tool to prompt you in your daily Bible readings and reflections.
We offer five different series of Bible reading notes, each with a distinctive approach to suit different needs and preferences. All of our notes provide daily or regular readings, prayers or reflections.
Be more positive with Finding God in a Culture of Fear
After the rush of Christmas and New Year celebrations, it’s easy to get caught up in the January blues – but hopefully we have the perfect antidote to help you find your New Year cheer with Finding God in a Culture of Fear.
This book will take you to a deeper understanding and practice of hope, offering reflections, stories and practical ways to find hope through discovering more about God in our midst.