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Sustaining Leadership

Sustaining Leadership

You are more important than your ministry Paul Swann £8.99

Many books on leadership and ministry are written from the point of view of success and strength. In Sustaining Leadership Paul Swann writes out of the raw experience of failure, getting to the heart of who we are as leaders rather than what we do. From this he offers both hope and practical resources for sustaining effective long-term ministry, looking at self-care, balance and healthy ministry, feasting on divine love, and more. As he says, this is the best gift we can offer those we serve.

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Is Your God Too Small?

Is Your God Too Small?

Enlarging our vision in the face of life's struggles David Potter £8.99

Job struggled, as we do, with huge questions - his own and the world's. He and his friends looked for an answer in the past, but discovered that the answer lay elsewhere - in God himself, and in the divine presence in his life.

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Rooted in God's Grace

Rooted in God's Grace

Dwelling in the knowledge of God Hannah Fytche £8.99

Are reading the Bible and praying just a part of a to-do list? Is ticking them off each day as much as we can hope for? Hannah Fytche is adamant that it isn't and she suggests that we start by recognising our relationship with God through Jesus Christ - a place of freedom and grace rather than a striving to earn approval by getting things done. Rooted in God's Grace will give you passion and confidence and will embolden you for growing in the knowledge of God creatively.

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What Would Jesus Post?

What Would Jesus Post?

A biblical approach to online interaction David Robertson £8.99

If Jesus had access to the internet, what would he post? And, as importantly, what wouldn't he post? This book asks the intriguing questions of those who engage with the internet, which biblical principles inform its use, and how might Christians steward their online presence?

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How to Be a Church Minister

How to Be a Church Minister

Nigel G. Wright £10.99

This timely book sets out what is involved in being a Christian minister - its joys and challenges, its responsibilities and privileges. It discusses the call to and the work of ministry; the breadth and nature of the task. It will enable you to understand your calling more fully and inform your practice. It will stimulate careful and biblical reflection. How to be a Church Minister is relevant across a wide spectrum of church traditions, both to those already in ministry and to those contemplating the vocation. It is set to be a seminal volume on the subject.

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Living Differently to Make a Difference

Living Differently to Make a Difference

The beatitudes and countercultural lifestyle Will Donaldson £8.99

Few would doubt that we live in a wounded and broken world. But God has sent a Saviour, Jesus Christ, who calls us, in the beatitudes, to live an authentic, countercultural lifestyle. By being different we can make a difference, becoming the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Through living the beatitudes, we could make the world a better place.

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Anxious Times

Anxious Times

Carmel Thomason £4.99

A book of 24 undated reflections drawing on a range of relevant Bible passages to offer genuine hope and encouragement in anxious times. Encompassing the very human emotions of fear and anxiety, the reflections encourage us to draw comfort and strength from God's word even in those times when he seems silent to us. This book acknowledges that trust and hope in God's goodness doesn't always come easily, but when embraced we gain the strength to face our fear with courage and confidence.

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Inside Fatherhood

Inside Fatherhood

Today's fathers tell their stories David Atkinson with reflections by Mark Chester £6.99

As Father's Day turns 80 in 2018, it's a good time for fathers to ask these questions; to reflect on their beliefs and values; to reconsider their understanding of this important role; and for the church to revisit its missional dialogue with men.

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A Franciscan Way of Life

A Franciscan Way of Life

Brother Ramon's quest for holiness Arthur Howells £8.99

Be inspired by one man's unflinching faith in God. This is the first biography of Brother Ramon. It tells of his life's pilgrimage, his quest for holiness as a Franciscan friar, his inner journey of discovery and transformation, his love of God and his influence on others. The selection from his writings which concludes the book illustrates his spiritual journey. It will be an inspiration to readers to live lives fully for Jesus Christ.

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The Mirror That Speaks Back

The Mirror That Speaks Back

Looking at, listening to, and reflecting your worth in Jesus Anne Le Tissier £7.99

Learn how to engage with God's word, to trust it, to walk in its truth, to see in Jesus your self-esteem.

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Faith in the Making

Faith in the Making

Praying it, talking it and living it Lyndall Bywater £7.99

If 'faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see' what does that look like in practice today? In a world that is largely unsure and uncertain, how do we gain our confidence? Faith in the Making recognises the problem and seeks the answer in the list of faithful heroes found in Hebrews 11. This accessible, devotional resource will inspire individuals and groups to live more confidently for God in today's world. Heroic faith is far more attainable than we often think!

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A Guide to Mission Accompaniment

A Guide to Mission Accompaniment

Kerry Thorpe £7.99

In this unique book on the subject, Kerry Thorpe argues that Christian accompaniment is a continuing relationship that helps those involved to function better in the things they do. He encourages church leaders and others engaged in mission to develop relationships that inspire, motivate and focus on the church's task of mission. Here is a book that will transform the life of the church.

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The Freedom of Years

The Freedom of Years

Ageing in perspective Harriet and Donald Mowat £8.99

This positive, affirming book explores and reviews the meaning and purpose of our lives. As Christians, ageing gives us the opportunity to deepen and even transform our spiritual lives. The Freedom of Years helps those who want to undertake the journey by examining the ageing task, the inevitable changes and the possibilities of joy along the way. Read this book, see the potential and seek to age in the light of your Christian faith.

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God Among the Ruins

God Among the Ruins

Trust and transformation in difficult times Mags Duggan £7.99

It takes courage to hope; to stand in our confusion and grief and still to believe that 'God is not helpless among the ruins'. Guided by Habakkuk and his prophetic landmarks, we are drawn on a reflective journey through the tangled landscape of bewildered faith, through places of wrestling and waiting, and on into the growth space of deepened trust and transformation. As you read, discover for yourself the value and practice of honest prayer, of surrender, of silence and listening, and of irresistible hoping.

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It Takes a Church to Raise a Parent

It Takes a Church to Raise a Parent

Creating a culture where parenting for faith can flourish Rachel Turner £8.99

Parents are the primary disciplers of their children, but we as a church are called to be their community who supports them as a family, equips them to succeed, and cheers them on the path of parenting for faith. This book will help children's, youth and senior leaders to learn how to position themselves for maximum impact, develop foundational values and practices to operate out of, and establish practical steps to shape a culture where parenting for faith can flourish.

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Eat, Pray, Tell

Eat, Pray, Tell

A relational approach to 21st century mission Andrew Francis £7.99

Jesus told his disciples to go to a town and to find someone who would receive them as a guest. They were encouraged to eat within the community, build friendships, make contacts and teach the gospel. In this exciting book, Andrew Francis urges us to notice the order. This was Jesus' strategy for mission. Andrew Francis suggests that it should be ours today.

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Holy Habits Full Course Pack

Holy Habits Full Course Pack

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £49.90

All the titles in our Holy Habits course plus a free copy of the Introductory Guide.

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Holy Habits: Breaking Bread

Holy Habits: Breaking Bread

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

This exploration of breaking bread works with a broad understanding of the term: one that includes and honours the practice of Holy Communion, but reflects upon breaking bread in other ways and contexts too - ways that also make Jesus known.

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Holy Habits: Fellowship

Holy Habits: Fellowship

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

The Greek word translated as 'fellowship' in Acts 2 is koinonia. It is a word rich in depth, meaning and challenge. Our Christian faith is not simply a private, personal affair, it unites us to one another through Christ.

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Holy Habits: Worship

Holy Habits: Worship

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

Worship can arise from a glad heart, but it can also be the deliberate choice of a hurting one. All of life can be worship when lived for love of God. Learning to make everything we do in our daily lives a worship offering to God is about 24/7 life, everyday discipleship.

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Holy Habits: Sharing Resources

Holy Habits: Sharing Resources

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

To have 'all things in common' is about both giving and receiving, and it needs to be mutual. Sharing may not be the obvious route to take and it may take courage to initiate it, but we know that it is often ultimately more rewarding than simply giving.

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Holy Habits: Serving

Holy Habits: Serving

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

Jesus himself came as one who served, and our calling as followers of Jesus is to proclaim the gospel by living on earth as if in heaven. Every act of love, justice and peace is a taste of how God's world is to be. We live this calling personally in our daily work and in our local communities.

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Holy Habits: Prayer

Holy Habits: Prayer

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton Currently out of stock £4.99

Prayer is a foundational and transformative Holy Habit, a way of being, the breath of life. As you explore the Holy Habit of prayer, we hope churches will be encouraged to pray together, not just in corporate worship but in prayer meetings or small groups.

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Holy Habits: Making More Disciples

Holy Habits: Making More Disciples

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

Jesus said 'Go and make disciples' to the first disciples, but the command is for us too. It's not our job to bring people to faith, but we are called to share our faith at school, in our places of work and leisure, and in the communities in which we live.

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Holy Habits: Introductory Guide

Holy Habits: Introductory Guide

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton, £4.99

Holy Habits is an initiative to nurture Christian discipleship. It explores Luke's model of church found in Acts 2:42 - 47, identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them. The habits are: biblical teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, sharing of resources, service, eating together, gladness and generosity, worship, prayer and making more disciples. The resources have been developed to help churches explore the habits in worship and other group activities (all-age or age-specific) and live out the habits in whole life, missional discipleship.

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Holy Habits: Gladness and Generosity

Holy Habits: Gladness and Generosity

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

Gladness and generosity go together in this Holy Habit because they are inextricably linked. A generously forgiving and trusting nature is often - though not necessarily - a cheerful one. But the root of giving that is generous and cheerful is thankfulness, as we realise what God has done for us and respond with gladness.

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Holy Habits: Eating Together

Holy Habits: Eating Together

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

At first glance, the Holy Habit of eating together seems like an easy one. Many of us enjoy eating together with family and friends and it is often a regular feature of church life. But this Holy Habit invites us to do more than simply consume food, it invites us to explore how we eat together and with whom.

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Holy Habits: Biblical Teaching

Holy Habits: Biblical Teaching

Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson, Tom Milton £4.99

We can explore biblical teaching on our own, and even better together. In exploring this Holy Habit, we hope that you will not just discover more of what the Bible says, but renew your devotion to applying biblical teaching so as to grow in grace and holiness.

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Vibrant Christianity in Multifaith Britain

Vibrant Christianity in Multi-Faith Britain is an accessible and thought-provoking approach that encourages readers to think seriously about how we live out our faith in an increasingly multi-faith society.

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Facing Midlife

Facing Midlife

Tony Horsfall £3.99

A book of undated biblical reflections, Facing Midlife is a unique devotional guide to one of the most spiritually important transitions in life. Midlife brings with it both difficulty and opportunity, and the scriptures show us how to handle these challenges wisely so that in the second half of life we reach our full potential and find our unique God-given vocation. Tony Horsfall shows that God is involved in the midlife transition, using it to shape and form us into the likeness of Christ, and to prepare us for the exciting calling he still has for us. Rather than something to be avoided or ignored, the midlife transition is one to be embraced confidently in the knowledge that God is at work in all the circumstances of our lives.

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Living the Prayer

Living the Prayer

The everyday challenge of the Lord's Prayer Trystan Owain Hughes £7.99

Living the Prayer is a fresh perspective on the Lord's Prayer. Rooted in the Bible as well as in contemporary culture, it explores how this prayer can radically challenge and transform our daily lives. Contained in the prayer's seventy words is a fresh and innovative way of viewing, and acting in, the world that is as relevant now as it was 2000 years ago. The author shows that this revolutionary prayer demands that we don't remain on our knees, but, rather, that we work towards making God's topsy-turvy, downside-up kingdom an everyday reality.

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Recently published Barnabas for Children titles

Comfort in the Darkness

Comfort in the Darkness

Helping children draw close to God through biblical stories of night-time and sleep Rachel Turner £7.99

Sleep, dreams and the night can be mysterious and sometimes troubling. Children can be afraid of the dark, have nightmares and night terrors, sleepwalk, or have insomnia. How do we deal with their concerns and fears and help them to draw close to God at night? This collection of Bible story retellings exploring God's character and promises will enable parents to help children grow in peace, confidence and understanding of who God is.

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Seasonal Specials for Children's Ministry

Seasonal Specials for Children's Ministry

children's group activities for ten key occasions through the year Ann Diaz £11.99

Seasonal Specials for Children's Ministry provides engaging material for ten special events through the year. Each section offers a reflective time, craft, game, snack, drama and community outreach idea, and Easter and Christmas include extra activities to inspire, inform and celebrate. Whatever your form of children's ministry, Seasonal Specials is an essential all-purpose, year-round resource to help children develop in their faith.

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The Big Book of Bible Crafts

The Big Book of Bible Crafts

Laurie Copley £11.99

If only you knew that every craft you planned for your children's ministry would be a winner... Now you can be certain of success with over 100 tried-and-tested crafts, submitted by children's workers like you, and used with real kids in real churches. Structured into three sections of crafts for younger and older primary ages and for all ages together, The Big Book of Bible Crafts is a lifesaver for Sunday school, midweek groups and holiday clubs.

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God's Story for Under 5s

God's Story for Under 5s

36 Bible-based sessions for midweek and Sunday groups Becky May £12.99

Let's share God's big story! Use as a year-long weekly programme or dip in and out to highlight individual stories at key times of year and supplement other activities. Varied storytelling methods enable children to engage with God's big story in different ways, with a range of activities to illustrate and explore the story, catering for different learning preferences and play styles and using materials that most children's groups will already have to hand.

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God's Story for 5-7s

God's Story for 5-7s

36 Bible-based sessions for midweek and Sunday groups Becky May £12.99

Let's share God's big story! Use as a year-long weekly programme or dip in and out to highlight individual stories at key times of year and supplement other activities. Varied storytelling methods enable children to engage with God's big story in different ways, with a range of activities to illustrate and explore the story, catering for different learning preferences and play styles and using materials that most children's groups will already have to hand.

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God's Story for 7-11s

God's Story for 7-11s

36 Bible-based sessions for midweek and Sunday groups Becky May £12.99

Let's share God's big story! Use as a year-long weekly programme or dip in and out to highlight individual stories at key times of year and supplement other activities. Varied storytelling methods enable children to engage with God's big story in different ways, with a range of activities to illustrate and explore the story, catering for different learning preferences and play styles and using materials that most children's groups will already have to hand.

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Recently published Barnabas in Schools titles

Collective Worship for Primary Schools

Collective Worship for Primary Schools

50 easy-to-use Bible-based outlines for teaching essential life skills Helen Jaeger £7.99

Collective Worship with 4-11s is a practical resource for those leading Collective Worship in primary school, whether teachers or church personnel with links to their local school. It contains 50 ten-minute outlines, each based on a key theme and including an interactive game, a thought for the day, a Bible story and a reflection time.

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10-Minute Assemblies for 4-11s

10-Minute Assemblies for 4-11s

50 ready-to-use assemblies exploring values from a Christian perspective Rebecca Parkinson £9.99

Straightforward and easy to use with minimal preparation, this resource is an essential tool for 4 - 11s for teachers or church visitors leading Collective Worship in school assemblies.

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Recently published Messy Church titles:

Family Jesus Time

Family Jesus Time

Going on the faith adventure Lucy Moore £1.99

Love God... Love your neighbour... Love yourself. The gospel is good news for messy people, young and old, and this resource is designed for those who are ready to make it their own. Written in an interactive, user-friendly and jargon-free style, it helps individuals and families alike to take the next steps in their Christian journey.

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Family Question Time

Family Question Time

Going on the faith adventure Lucy Moore £1.99

Based on the idea of the gospel being good news for messy people, young and old, Family Question Time is designed to help families talk about the basics of the Christian faith. Written in an interactive, user-friendly and jargon-free style, it offers information alongside encouragement to ask big questions, and contains suggestions about how to express a commitment to God.

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Get Messy! September - December 2017

Get Messy! September - December 2017

Session material, news, stories and inspiration for the Messy Church community The Messy Church Team £4.40

Get Messy! is a four-monthly subscription resource for Messy Church leaders. Each issue contains four session outlines (one per month), including planning sheets and take-home handouts, together with information on the latest resources and events. It also seeks to encourage and refresh Messy Church leaders by providing monthly Bible studies, a column on taking time to recharge, and a problem page. Other features include a youth column, a day in the life of a Regional Coordinator and stories from Messy Churches around the world.

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Get Messy! September - December 2017 (PDF Download)

Get Messy! September - December 2017 (PDF Download)

Session material, news, stories and inspiration for the Messy Church community The Messy Church Team £4.40

Get Messy! is a four-monthly subscription resource for Messy Church leaders. Each issue contains four session outlines (one per month), including planning sheets and take-home handouts, together with information on the latest resources and events. It also seeks to encourage and refresh Messy Church leaders by providing monthly Bible studies, a column on taking time to recharge, and a problem page. Other features include a youth column, a day in the life of a Regional Coordinator and stories from Messy Churches around the world.

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Messy Parables

Messy Parables

25 retellings for all ages Martyn Payne £8.99

Creative ways to share the stories Jesus told. Jesus' parables intrigued, inspired, engaged and challenged the crowds, combining everyday imagery with surprising twists that prompted all ages to wonder and discover the treasures of the kingdom of heaven for themselves. Through 25 tried-and-tested retellings, together with sections on the importance of story, the power of parable, the challenge of all-age storytelling and becoming a Messy storyteller, this resource communicates the immediacy and relevance of Jesus' message for Messy congregations today.

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Messy Parables (PDF Download)

Messy Parables (PDF Download)

25 retellings for all ages Martyn Payne £8.99

Creative ways to share the stories Jesus told. Jesus' parables intrigued, inspired, engaged and challenged the crowds, combining everyday imagery with surprising twists that prompted all ages to wonder and discover the treasures of the kingdom of heaven for themselves. Through 25 tried-and-tested retellings, together with sections on the importance of story, the power of parable, the challenge of all-age storytelling and becoming a Messy storyteller, this resource communicates the immediacy and relevance of Jesus' message for Messy congregations today.

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Messy Church Does Science

Messy Church Does Science

David Gregory £9.99

Helping Messy Church leaders use science to explore aspects of the Christian faith. In popular culture there is a perceived conflict between science and faith, yet in many ways scientific understanding can enhance faith. This resource offers Messy Churches the tools to use science to explore aspects of the Christian faith; demonstrate that science and faith are complementary; and enable children and adults alike to appreciate the wonder of creation. 100 sizzling ideas from a range of contributors provide inspiration for the Bible-based activities element of Messy Church.

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Messy Church Does Science (PDF Download)

Helping Messy Church leaders use science to explore aspects of the Christian faith. In popular culture there is a perceived conflict between science and faith, yet in many ways scientific understanding can enhance faith. This resource offers Messy Churches the tools to use science to explore aspects of the Christian faith; demonstrate that science and faith are complementary; and enable children and adults alike to appreciate the wonder of creation. 100 sizzling ideas from a range of contributors provide inspiration for the Bible-based activities element of Messy Church.

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Being Messy, Being Church

Being Messy, Being Church

Exploring the direction of travel for today's church Ian Paul £9.99

A series of essays by different contributors exploring what Messy Church brings to the wider church, how these different forms of church community can coexist, and what this might mean for the future of the church. Questions addressed include: What will church look like in 20 years' time? How can Messy Church help Christians unite a passion for mission with a heart for ministry? What can Messy Church and Sunday Church learn from each other?

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Get Messy! May - August 2017

Get Messy! May - August 2017

Session material, news, stories and inspiration for the Messy Church community The Messy Church Team £4.40

Get Messy! is a four-monthly subscription resource for Messy Church leaders. Each issue contains four session outlines (one per month), including planning sheets and take-home handouts, together with information on the latest resources and events. It also seeks to encourage and refresh Messy Church leaders by providing monthly Bible studies, a column on taking time to recharge, and a problem page. Other features include a youth column, a day in the life of a Regional Coordinator and stories from Messy Churches around the world.

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Get Messy! May - August 2017 (PDF Download)

Get Messy! May - August 2017 (PDF Download)

Session material, news, stories and inspiration for the Messy Church community The Messy Church Team £4.40

Get Messy! is a four-monthly subscription resource for Messy Church leaders. Each issue contains four session outlines (one per month), including planning sheets and take-home handouts, together with information on the latest resources and events. It also seeks to encourage and refresh Messy Church leaders by providing monthly Bible studies, a column on taking time to recharge, and a problem page. Other features include a youth column, a day in the life of a Regional Coordinator and stories from Messy Churches around the world.

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Easter Family Time

Easter Family Time

Lucy Moore £1.99

An affirming Easter gift for Messy Churches to give to their Messy families to use at home over Easter. This minibook aims to transfer the core values of Messy Church to the home and family context, encouraging families to talk together, be creative, be hospitable, be Christ-centred and celebratory, and including activities for all ages.

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Christmas Family Time

Christmas Family Time

Lucy Moore £1.99

An affirming Christmas gift for Messy Churches to give to their Messy families to use at home over the Christmas holiday period. This minibook aims to transfer the core values of Messy Church to the home and family context, encouraging families to talk together, be creative, be hospitable, be Christ-centred and celebratory, and including activities for all ages.

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Messy Togetherness

Messy Togetherness

Being intergenerational in Messy Church Martyn Payne £8.99

'Intergenerational' is not something that churches do, but it's something that they become. In Messy Togetherness Martyn Payne looks at Messy Church as an intergenerational expression of church and the benefits of this to the church community.

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Messy Hospitality

Messy Hospitality

Changing communities through fun, food, friendship and faith Lucy Moore £9.99

In Messy Hospitality Lucy Moore demonstrates how hospitality can be practised in Messy Church and other church contexts to promote mission and faith formation, addressing the theology of hospitality and how it can be expressed at the welcome table, the activity table, the Lord's Table, the meal table, and in the home.

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Recently published Dated Bible Reading Notes:

The Upper Room January - April 2018

The Upper Room January - April 2018

Where the world meets to pray UK Editor Susan Hibbins £4.40

The Upper Room is a unique publication which has a worldwide readership of some three million, with over 70 different editions in 40 languages. Unlike most Bible Reading Notes, the readings and reflections in The Upper Room are written exclusively by the readers themselves who seek to share the insights of their faith with others. Each day's reading contains a Bible passage to read (you will need to use a Bible), a reflection on the passage and prayer followed by a Thought for the Day and a suggested Prayer Focus for the day. There is also a set of small group questions provided each week to fuel discussions within your house group, with a prayer partner or just with friends in church.

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The Upper Room January - April 2018 (PDF Download)

The Upper Room January - April 2018 (PDF Download)

Where the world meets to pray UK Editor Susan Hibbins £4.40

The Upper Room is a unique publication which has a worldwide readership of some three million, with over 70 different editions in 40 languages. Unlike most Bible Reading Notes, the readings and reflections in The Upper Room are written exclusively by the readers themselves who seek to share the insights of their faith with others. Each day's reading contains a Bible passage to read (you will need to use a Bible), a reflection on the passage and prayer followed by a Thought for the Day and a suggested Prayer Focus for the day. There is also a set of small group questions provided each week to fuel discussions within your house group, with a prayer partner or just with friends in church.

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Quiet Spaces January - April 2018

Quiet Spaces January - April 2018

A creative response to God's love Edited by Sally Smith £4.40

Quiet Spaces is BRF's prayer and spirituality journal. Published three times a year, each edition journeys through up to nine themes drawn from the Bible, spiritual writers, the natural world, the lives of Christians from across the centuries or from Christian spiritual traditions. Each theme is explored in twelve prayerful ways using creative activities, your personal faith experience, poetry, liturgy, reflection, imagining and meditation, helping you into a heart encounter with God. Ideal both for those who have discovered the benefits of reflection, meditation and contemplation and are looking for a resource to guide their periods of quiet and for people coming to reflection and meditation for the first time.

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New Daylight January - April 2018

New Daylight January - April 2018

Sustaining your daily journey with the Bible Edited by Sally Welch £4.40

New Daylight offers four months of daily Bible reading and reflection for everybody who wants to go deeper with God. It is ideal for those looking for a fresh approach to regular Bible study, and offers a talented team of contributors who present a Bible passage (text included), helpful comment and a prayer or thought for the day ahead.

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New Daylight Deluxe Edition January - April 2018

New Daylight Deluxe Edition January - April 2018

Sustaining your daily journey with the Bible Edited by Sally Welch £5.65

New Daylight offers four months of daily Bible reading and reflection for everybody who wants to go deeper with God. It is ideal for those looking for a fresh approach to regular Bible study, and offers a talented team of contributors who present a Bible passage (text included), helpful comment and a prayer or thought for the day ahead. The deluxe edition of New Daylight is published in large print and with quality paper.

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Guidelines January - April 2018

Guidelines January - April 2018

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.40

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 2018 (PDF Download)

Guidelines January - April 2018 (PDF Download)

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.40

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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Day by Day with God January - April 2018

Day by Day with God January - April 2018

Rooting women's lives in the Bible Edited by Ali Herbert £4.40

Day by Day with God are Bible reading notes specifically written for women. All the contributors are women and write from a woman's perspective. The entries for each day contain a suggested Bible reading, with the key verse written out in full, a helpful comment that engages heart and mind and a short reflection or prayer. The regular team of contributors are all excellent writers. Whatever your current situation in life, you will be inspired and encouraged by these notes.

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Bible reflections for Older People January - April 2018

Written by older people for older people, these reflections are designed to bring hope, assurance and sustenance, reminding the reader of the presence and love of God. In each issue are 40 Bible reflections and prayer suggestions to use and revisit as often as is needed. In the central section, Debbie Thrower of BRF's The Gift of Years ministry offers interviews and ideas to encourage and inspire.

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New Daylight Deluxe Edition September - December 2017

New Daylight Deluxe Edition September - December 2017

Sustaining your daily journey with the Bible Edited by Sally Welch £5.65

New Daylight offers four months of daily Bible reading and reflection for everybody who wants to go deeper with God. It is ideal for those looking for a fresh approach to regular Bible study, and offers a talented team of contributors who present a Bible passage (text included), helpful comment and a prayer or thought for the day ahead. The deluxe edition of New Daylight is published in large print and with quality paper.

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New Daylight September - December 2017

New Daylight September - December 2017

Sustaining your daily journey with the Bible Edited by Sally Welch £4.40

New Daylight offers four months of daily Bible reading and reflection for everybody who wants to go deeper with God. It is ideal for those looking for a fresh approach to regular Bible study, and offers a talented team of contributors who present a Bible passage (text included), helpful comment and a prayer or thought for the day ahead.

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Bible reflections for Older People September - December 2017

Written by older people for older people, these reflections are designed to bring hope, assurance and sustenance, reminding the reader of the presence and love of God. In each issue are 40 Bible reflections and prayer suggestions to use and revisit as often as is needed. In the central section, Debbie Thrower of BRF's The Gift of Years ministry offers interviews and ideas to encourage and inspire.

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Day by Day with God September - December 2017

Day by Day with God September - December 2017

Rooting women's lives in the Bible Edited by Ali Herbert £4.40

Day by Day with God are Bible reading notes specifically written for women. All the contributors are women and write from a woman's perspective. The entries for each day contain a suggested Bible reading, with the key verse written out in full, a helpful comment that engages heart and mind and a short reflection or prayer. The regular team of contributors are all excellent writers. Whatever your current situation in life, you will be inspired and encouraged by these notes.

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The Upper Room September - December 2017

The Upper Room September - December 2017

Where the world meets to pray UK Editor Susan Hibbins £4.40

The Upper Room is a unique publication which has a worldwide readership of some three million, with over 70 different editions in 40 languages. Unlike most Bible Reading Notes, the readings and reflections in The Upper Room are written exclusively by the readers themselves who seek to share the insights of their faith with others. Each day's reading contains a Bible passage to read (you will need to use a Bible), a reflection on the passage and prayer followed by a Thought for the Day and a suggested Prayer Focus for the day. There is also a set of small group questions provided each week to fuel discussions within your house group, with a prayer partner or just with friends in church.

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The Upper Room September - December 2017 (PDF Download)

The Upper Room September - December 2017 (PDF Download)

Where the world meets to pray UK Editor Susan Hibbins £4.40

The Upper Room is a unique publication which has a worldwide readership of some three million, with over 70 different editions in 40 languages. Unlike most Bible Reading Notes, the readings and reflections in The Upper Room are written exclusively by the readers themselves who seek to share the insights of their faith with others. Each day's reading contains a Bible passage to read (you will need to use a Bible), a reflection on the passage and prayer followed by a Thought for the Day and a suggested Prayer Focus for the day. There is also a set of small group questions provided each week to fuel discussions within your house group, with a prayer partner or just with friends in church.

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Guidelines September - December 2017

Guidelines September - December 2017

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.40

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 2017 (PDF Download)

Guidelines September - December 2017 (PDF Download)

Bible study for today's ministry and mission Commissioned by David Spriggs, Edited by Lisa Cherrett £4.40

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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Quiet Spaces September - December 2017

Quiet Spaces September - December 2017

A creative response to God's love Edited by Sally Smith £4.40

Quiet Spaces is BRF's prayer and spirituality journal. Published three times a year, each edition journeys through up to nine themes drawn from the Bible, spiritual writers, the natural world, the lives of Christians from across the centuries or from Christian spiritual traditions. Each theme is explored in twelve prayerful ways using creative activities, your personal faith experience, poetry, liturgy, reflection, imagining and meditation, helping you into a heart encounter with God. Ideal both for those who have discovered the benefits of reflection, meditation and contemplation and are looking for a resource to guide their periods of quiet and for people coming to reflection and meditation for the first time.

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