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Review: Of Falafels and Following Jesus

A thoughtful and thought-provoking book for any traveller (or armchair traveller).

Book Review: Captain Jack Radley and the Heyday of the Fleet

This new book is both a collection of stories and a comprehensive survey of the history and significance of mission boats in the growth and development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

Book Review: No Experience Necessary

God never intended "to relegate evangelism to a few professionals who own pricey projectors".

Book Review: Gold for My Girlfriends

"Each chapter in this book is short enough to read for a morning worship or object lesson—but it’s a challenge to stop at only one."

Review: Tears to Joy

"The things I had taught are true, the methods of dealing with the loss are useful, the philosophies are reliable, and recovery is indeed a possibility."—Mike Tucker

Review: The Curse

This true story "pulls back the curtain on the world in which we live, reminding us that every choice we make matters."

Review: Okay, All Together Now . . .

"The best way to describe Okay, All Together Now is that it is a collection of articles . . . But, oh, the content of those articles!"

Review: Forgive to Live

The Bible teaches the importance of forgiveness for living faithfully and well, but what difference can forgiveness actually make in our lives, spiritually, emotionally and even physically?

Bruce Manners talks retirement—and planning for it

" . . . many people spend more time planning a two-week holiday than planning their retirement."

Reading in community

Signs To Life: Reading and Responding To John’s Gospel (Signs Publishing Company) is fascinating.
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