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Climbing On Track

Climbing On Track

£8.95
Fred Mitchell was among those who died when the passenger jet on which he was flying crashed. The pilot's last message was “Climbing on on track”. He was chairman of the internationally known Keswick Convention, was one of the speakers, and the Home Director of the China Inland Mission (now OMF International). This up-dated and revised edition of Phyllis Thompson's biography presents a new generation with the challenge to serve God at 'home' or overseas. A new section gives a brief overview of the OMF's ministries in several Asian countries. More info →
This Is My Story

This Is My Story

£7.75
Too old at 70? Joy Pocock was turned down by various missionary societies, but she had an assurance from God that she would go to China, and she tells how this came about. She shares how God has faithfully led her throughout a long life and used her and her late husband in many different countries. More info →
Buddhist Priest Meets Jesus

Buddhist Priest Meets Jesus

£7.95
Hirokzu became dissatisfied with Buddhist philosophy about the meaning of life. While studying Buddhism in Korea, through the kindness and patience of Korean Christians he came to know Jesus. He tells of the opposition he met from family and Buddhist friends. Of special interest to those who know something of Japanese or Korean culture. More info →
Under An Algarrobo Tree

Under An Algarrobo Tree

£9.95
The author's parents were pioneer missionaries to Argentina's Toba and Wichi (Mataco) people and he was born amongst the Tobas. He later became Bishop of Argentina and presiding Bishop of the Southern Cone. A remarkable story told with disarming modesty. More info →
Standing on the Promises of God

Standing on the Promises of God

£8.95
There are some 7,000 promises in the Bible and the writer says he has discovered that God is a God who keeps His promises, even when circumstances seem to suggest otherwise, as they sometimes do. In the early chapters Major Armistead takes a brief look at his early life and his call to the ministry as a Salvation Army officer. More info →
Trauma in the Family

Trauma in the Family

£7.95
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Genres: Autobiography, PTSD
The author is a former social worker and now a PTSD counsellor. He writes from personal experience of the condition. His book takes an in-depth look at some important aspects of PTSD and gives valuable information on how families can cope. More info →
For Queen and country THEN WHAT?

For Queen and country THEN WHAT?

£7.95
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Genres: Autobiography, PTSD
The author had a promising Army career until Bosnia proved 'a tour too far' and brought on PTSD (Post Trauma Stress Disorder). Help is given to fellow sufferers and their families. Reprinted several times. More info →
Fragments

Fragments

£14.99
Philip Bligh is a scientist who also studied theology at Oxford, a lecturer and pastor who has worked in England, Malaysia and Australia. 'Fragments' is a collection of a wide variety stories, personal experiences, scientific facts, family incidents, insights and comments on current issues. The section 'Can religion really make a difference? points to the author's firm Christian convictions. More info →
The Power of Darkness

The Power of Darkness

£2.50
This incisive account of the power of darkness shows how a person can be completely delivered from its dominion by the superior power of the Gospel of Christ. Shows clearly that dabbling in any form of 'occultism' is dangerous. More info →
Lost Time

Lost Time

£8.95
1416. England is in political and religious turmoil. Ambitious nobles are jostling for power. The Lollards, followers of Wycliffe, are being persecuted as heretics. Two girls find themselves caught up in the struggles. Are the knights to whom they entrust themselves true friends? And who is the mysterious father? More info →
Diary of a County Chess Player

Diary of a County Chess Player

£7.95
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Genres: Autobiography, Chess
A light-hearted and humorous account of the author’s travels and games and those of his friends, a fascinating set of characters More serious players of the game will appreciate the helpful analysis of the games. More info →
Don’t Take The Pith (helmet)

Don’t Take The Pith (helmet)

£8.95
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Genres: Autobiography, Jazz
The author has played the New Orleans style of jazz music all his life and in his book leads the reader on an entertaining 'safari through the jungles of jazz.' His band has played before Royalty and at gigs where they have had to be rescued by the police. More info →
To God be all the Glory

To God be all the Glory

£6.95
Billy Wright should never have lived. He contracted double pneumonia and in the pre-penicillin days the doctor told his mother there was no hope. But his mother was a woman of faith. She mobilised prayer and he recovered. In his book he tells how he has known God's love and faithfulness in good and bad times and how God has always provided for every need. More info →
Messages to the Churches

Messages to the Churches

£5.95
These are challenging and disturbing messages received by the author from God for today's churches and they are given with increasing urgency as he believes God is going to be sending His Son back into this world very soon. More info →
Treasure In The Alcove

Treasure In The Alcove

£4.95
When ten-year-old Martha picks up an old-fashioned Bible in a car boot sale it becomes the key to a secret room full of surprises and precious treasures. This takes Martha on an adventure in prayer, but will God give her what she really wants - for her Dad to come home? More info →