A year book of daily readings of the sayings of Jesus for individuals and group discussion. This book seeks to help the reader to encounter the words of Jesus with a freshness and faithfulness to inspire the ordinary church-goer to read more and heed more the wisdom and life-changing power of the Saviour.
The reader is encouraged to spend a year in the company of Luke as he records the sayings of Jesus. It also offers small group material for discussion and reflection.More info →
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 →
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 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 →
Christine recounts her varied and frequently amusing experiences with the Church Army in the UK and then as a WVS staff member with the Armed Forces in Germany and with the WRVS in Asia. Her experiences in Penang were perhaps less hair-raising than her responsibilities in the Church Army home for girls on probation. She recalls what she calls the “God-incidences” that have guided her and continue to guide her as she closes her story with “It’s not the end, just the beginning.”More info →
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.More info →
Nigel Andrews has combined the four Gospel narratives into a single account, in the order in which they take place, including all the major elements and details. The Jesus story in 4D is not inteneded to replace reading each Gospel individually, but shows the overall shape and development of Jesus' ministry, giving the general reader a full understandjing when reading the individual Gospels.
Material from the first two chapters of the Acts of the Apostles has been included to complete the picture of Jesus' teaching between His Resurrection and Ascension.More info →
The author, who is himself a Khasi, identifies the various religious beliefs and practices of the Khasi people, who are the predominant inhabitants of the Khasi and Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya, north east India. He concludes with guidelines for the construction of a Khasi tribal Christian theology.More info →
When nine-year-old Rowena unlocks the blue door at the bottom of her grandmother's garden she finds herself in the most beautiful place she's ever seen. When her tiresome big brother follows her in there he disrupts the peace and magic of the place. But then they meet Someone who changes their lives for ever.More info →
We live in three worlds: the Physical, the Mental and the Spiritual. Our physical worlds completely overlap, as does much of our mental world, the latter shaped by history and culture. Dr Bligh invites the reader to explore the possibility of inhabiting a spiritual world and the difference its existence can make. He also looks at the unique place occupied by Jesus and the Bible and how they can be relevant to our secular lives.More info →
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 →
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 →
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 →