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"Crazy Love" Francis Chan

Does something deep inside your heart long to break free from the status quo? Are you hungry for an authentic faith that addresses the problems of our world with tangible, even radical, solutions? God is calling you to a passionate love relationship with Himself. Because the answer to religious complacency isn't working harder at a list of do's and don't s - it's falling in love with God. And once you encounter His love, as Francis describes it, you will never be the same.

"Doubt in Perspective" Alister McGrath`

Doubt in Perspective addresses specific doubts that Christians experience, particularly within our post-modern culture. McGrath's perceptive account of the origins of doubt will help us to understand why doubt continues to trouble so many people. His powerful argument that all world-views, including atheism, ultimately involve unprovable beliefs is of especial importance in understanding doubt as a universal problem, not limited to Christians.

Cherished (Rachel Gardner)

"I have written this book for you. I realize that you don't know me so it might feel a bit weird me saying taht. But it's true. I have written this book because I want to let you in on a bit of a secret: you are precious and your life is a gift to you/ It's a secret because few of us know it. and fewer actually believe it. I hope you will feel inspired to explore your abilities and dreams, be encouraged to protect your heart and still keep it open to God and others; appreciate your life and ...
Cherished (Rachel Gardner)

Drops Like Stars (Rob Bell)

Rob Bell's poignant and heartfelt exploration of creativity and suffering
Drops Like Stars (Rob Bell)

Fresh (Krish Kandiah)

"Bite-sized inspiration for new students. Ready to get the most out of your time at uni? Fresh is bursting with 5 weeks' worth of fresher-friendly ideas from someone who's been there and done that...Interactive - connect and share ideas with loads of other students"
Fresh (Krish Kandiah)

It's Your Move! (Scripture Union)

A helpful and colourful guide for anyone moving up to secondary school
It's Your Move! (Scripture Union)

Kinetic: Accelerating Leadership Potential in Young People (Sharon Prior and Matt Summerfield)

"Do you find yourself having inspiring dreams about how the world could be a better place? Are you the kind of person who loves gathering people together to achieve something great? Do you have a heart to serve other, making a positive God-honouring difference in their life? Then it's time to recognise that you are probably 'wired for leadership' and this book has been written just for you! The word 'Kinetic' is all about energy - dynamic energy that creates change. That's what this book,...
Kinetic: Accelerating Leadership Potential in Young People (Sharon Prior and Matt Summerfield)

Something to Shout About! (Shell Perris)

"Something to shout about is jam-packed with real life stories, challenging questions and the radical truth. Find out about getting to know God, talking to God, telling your friends about God, why Jesus died for you, God's love, your desires a special diary report, an exclusive tbc interview, Shell's personal profile, problem pages, puzzle pages, fashion advice and loads more" For girls!
Something to Shout About! (Shell Perris)

Stories from the Edge (Dave Wiles)

"These true stories are instructive, inspiring, arresting and shocking. Meet the 16-year-old on probation, who is on suicide watch. Mediate between a rebellious youngster and his too-strict dad. Listen to a 21-year-old girl, with two children in care, who works the street to pay for the heroin her father deals. Each chapter follows a particular theme, such as 'Dads and Lads' or 'Youth culture and gangs'. and ends with points for discussion"
Stories from the Edge (Dave Wiles)

Working it Out (Ian Coffey)

"Can welding a gatepost bring glory to God? Does ironing your children's uniforms help you grow as a disciple? Will your new crime prevention strategy further the kingdom? To all three Ian Coffey says a resounding 'yes'. With lively Bible teaching and drawing on a wealth of real-life stories, he shows how work was part of God's good plan for men and women - given to us so we can make a creative contribution in his world. Whatever your work, God is interested in it, God can transform it, and...
Working it Out (Ian Coffey)