Autobiography

Buddhist Priest Meets Jesus

Buddhist Priest Meets Jesus

£3.25

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.   

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Diary Of A County Chess Player

Diary Of A County Chess Player

£7.95
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Genres: Autobiography, Chess

Non-chess players will change their widely held perception of chess as dull and boring after reading David's light-hearted and humorous account of his travels and games and those of his group of friends, a fascinating set of characters. More serious players of the game will appreciate the author's analysis of the games played. The author is a respected chess instructor.

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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.

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How Come An Ordinary Guy Like Me Became A Missionary?

How Come An Ordinary Guy Like Me Became A Missionary?

£6.00

The author says he has often been asked, 'Why did you become a missionary?' and 'What do you actually do?' In this book he seeks to answer both questions from his  personal experience with the China Inland Mission (now OMF International) and being involved for  many years with different aspects of Christian broadcasting.

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I Think I Was 10

I Think I Was 10

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Genre: Autobiography

Kenneth Hobbs grew up in Wallasey on the Wirral Peninsula, in the North West of England. The Second World War had just ended, food was scarce and rationed, money was tight. Dark periods are honestly recorded and also the many bright ones.

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Recovery

Recovery

£8.00
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Genres: Autobiography, PTSD

The author served two full tours of duty in Northern Ireland during the many years of “The Troubles” and was psychologically affected by the violence he witnessed at close quarters over a prolonged period. He suffered from PTSD (Post Trauma Stress Disorder), but tells how there is help available for sufferers and their families.

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Standing On The Promises Of God

Standing On The Promises Of God

£4.95

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.

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This Is My Story

This Is My Story

£5.95

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.

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Through The Rainbow With Stroke

Through The Rainbow With Stroke

£4.50

An inspiring account  of courage in the face of huge challenges. Irene Brindle's husband had a serious stroke and before he died suffered from dementia. Irene tells how she lovingly cared for him, honestly admitting the difficulties and frustrations.

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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.

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Trauma In The Family

Trauma In The Family

£7.95

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.

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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.   

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