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Beautifully produced and thoughtful offerings for a range of occasions.
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Green Reflections: Biblical inspiration for sustainable living
£8.99
How should we look after the world we inhabit? Martin and Margot Hodson bring together scientific and theological wisdom to...
Postcards of Hope: Words and pictures to breathe life into your heart
£8.99
From the author of Postcards from Heaven comes this unusual and beautiful gift. Postcards of Hope is a collection of...
The God of My Life: A devotional colouring book
£8.99
Mindful reflection on our relationship with God Doodling and colouring help many of us to be present in the moment,...
A Prayer Journey into Parenthood
£9.99
Pregnancy and new parenthood are some of the most exciting and challenging times of life, and this book forms a...
What ARE They Doing Down There?: A God's Eye View of the World, or What's Left of It
£7.99
Via jokes, quips, observations and short thoughts, comedian and writer Paul Kerensa shines a light on the bits of everyday...
Writes of the Church: Gripes and grumbles of people in the pews
£6.99
What would a church magazine letters page look like if the locals just wrote what they actually thought - and...
Quiet Spaces Prayer Journal
£9.99
Finding God in all things, hearing God's voice for ourselves and others... the Quiet Spaces Prayer Journal will help you...
Bible Puzzles for Fun
£8.99
84 puzzles - crosswords, anagrams, word searches, mazes, spirals and others - will make you puzzle over the Bible, increase...
Rules for Reverends
£7.99
These 'rules' are not serious, really. Except the ones that are. Clergy inhabit a fantastic, pressurised, privileged, frustrating and humbling...
Celebrating Christmas: Embracing joy through art and reflections
£9.99
Grab a cuppa and sink into a cosy chair as a father-daughter duo leads you into the celebration of Christmas...
The BRF Centenary Rose
£32.00
Our ministry began in 1922 when Revd Leslie Mannering started producing monthly Bible reading notes for his congregation in Brixton. 100 years later, thanks...