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There can be very few, if any, ministers who have been locked out of their own church buildings. The great Charles Simeon (1759-1836) had this experience. Appointed Vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Cambridge by the bishop, [...]
When this book first landed on my desk I picked it up with a strange combination of eagerness and hesitation. Eagerness, because anything written by Iain Murray is bound to be serious and important as well [...]
The early nineteenth-century was a golden era for the Scottish church. We are familiar with the names of Thomas Chalmers, Robert Murray M’Cheyne, the Bonar brothers, William C. Burns, William Cunningham and Rabbi Duncan, but that [...]
This book is from the Little Lights series and is the illustrated story of John Calvin and the reformation with short statements of application. This book could be read with infant school age children or read [...]
The author weaves a wonderful tapestry illuminating the stories of the women, from the New Testament era right up to the twenty-first-century, many of whom have given so much to the cause of Christ. A true [...]
This book comes in the category of ‘as told to’ to James Hastings, for it is largely in the words of Robert Hicks, though his amazing story has been skilfully told by the author. Born to [...]
Faith Cook brings to life on the page the incredible life of Anne Bradstreet, America’s first published poet, and one of the early settlers in the New World. Anyone who is tempted to think he is [...]