Found 7 resource(s) in 'Book Reviews', for June 2019.
Reviews (all) for June 2019Arthur’s Garden – Up the Garden Path, Down Memory Lane My Bible Stories – colouring and sticker book How Not to Totally Put Your Children Off God The Freedom of Years Out of Control Walk Humbly ** Arthur’s Garden – Up the Garden Path, Down Memory Lane By Pam Rhodes, Lion, £14.99 “As I stand... (856 words)
Arthur’s Garden– Up the Garden Path, Down Memory Lane By Pam Rhodes, Lion, £14.99 “As I stand at my kitchen sink and look across at what we optimistically call our herb garden, to one side I see an old wooden sign on which are carved the words ‘Arthur’s Garden’. “Arthur doesn’t live here. My wonderful great-uncle... (179 words)
My Bible Stories – colouring– and sticker book By Juliet David and Lucy Barnard , Candle Books, £6.99 Colouring and sticker fun with 16 favourite Bible stories. All the pages are part-coloured to leave room for sticker decoration and colouring so children can finish the stories for themselves! Stories include: Noah, Moses in the Bulrushes, Daniel and the Lions,... (94 words)
How Not to Totally Put Your Children Off God– a conversation on Christian parenting between a father and his sons By Howard Worsley, Monarch, £8.99 Parenting can be the best or worst of times. It can be a role we love best, or one that causes us great insecurity. There is no formal training for parenthood. There are no clear benchmarks of success... (130 words)
The Freedom of Years– ageing in perspective By Harriet and Donald Mowat, BRF, £8.99 What has been the purpose of our lives? As Christians, ageing gives us the opportunity to deepen and even transform our spiritual understanding. The Freedom of Years helps those who want to undertake the journey by examining the ageing task, the inevitable changes and... (85 words)
Out of Control– couples, conflict and the capacity for change By Natalie Collins, SPCK, £10.39 All of us will have had experience of supporting a friend or family member through the turmoil of a bad relationship. But could some of the more difficult times of argument and conflict be more than they appear? Is there something more... (181 words)
Walk Humbly– encouragements for living, working and being By Samuel Wells, Canterbury Press, £12.99 In the spirit of the popular poem ‘Desiderata’, world-renowned ethicist, theologian and preacher Samuel Wells offers eight exhortations in this extended meditation on being alive in the world and making our way through life. Each exhortation is simple and direct – be... (127 words)
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