Presented as a personal story, The Table I Long For has a narrative momentum that carries the reader through the theological reflections about the nature of the church and mission in our communities today.
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Having released two books on marriage, and now approaching their 40th wedding anniversary, the Consuegras share some wisdom about cultivating love that stands the test of time.
The stories contained within these pages will draw you in with their hope, joy, resilience and the ever-present call of God as it echoes through each narrative.
At the heartbeat of Adventism is the life and ministry of Jesus, but it’s so easy to lose our focus. The Command helps us hear that heartbeat again.
“My belief is that if we love more, people will be more attracted to our church and we will keep more people in our church,” says Dr Bruce Manners.
“Repeatedly, I’ve seen the average church member, with all their sincere honesty, reject the anti-trinitarian perspective once the biblical case is laid out before them.”
Enough looks at women in the Bible, such as Martha, and unpacks their insecurities, explaining their stories from a different angle.
Your Church Has Changed argues that the church needs to be put back where it belongs: in the hands of all believers.
Anne Pilmoor has written more than 10 books for children or children’s ministry.
The story of Haru Hariva, one of the early indigenous missionaries in Papua New Guinea, is extraordinary history that should not be lost.