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  • Lent with the beloved disciple
    Lent with the beloved disciple
    £10.99

    Lent With the Beloved Disciple: The 2024 Lent book

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    The 2024 Bloomsbury Lent Book invites you on a six-week journey in the company of the "beloved disciple" as found in the narrative of the Gospel of St John. As the only disciple to have stayed close to Jesus at every stage from the Last Supper to the Crucifixion at Calvary, this eagle-eyed eyewitness intentionally records certain subtle details and signs which, when perceived with the eyes of faith, indicate a deeper and far lasting significance. Michael Marshall explores what these signs are and how, with prayerful reflection, they draw us ever more deeply into the personal, eternal and cosmic significance and awareness of all that Christ accomplished by his death and resurrection: the Paschal Mystery. Ideal for both individual use and for small group study, Lent with the Beloved Disciple takes us into the heart of that Paschal Mystery, by which all things in heaven and earth are ultimately fulfilled in the risen and ascended Christ, who is "all in all".
    £10.99
    £10.99
  • lent and easter for everyone
    lent and easter for everyone
    £11.99

    Lent and Easter for Everyone: from Wilderness to Glory

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    Join Tom Wright on a transformative journey through the Gospels as he explores the life and impact of Jesus: the highs and lows of his earthly ministry, the power of his teaching and his victory over sin and death. Offering seven weeks' worth of daily readings and reflections, Lent and Easter for Everyone enables you to relive Christ's journey - from his temptations in the wilderness to the darkness of the cross and beyond into the glory of Easter. Each reflection is drawn from a key passage in Wright's immensely popular For Everyone series, and each one ends with practical suggestions for personal reflection or group discussion. Whether used individually or in groups, Lent and Easter for Everyone serves as a trusted companion, encouraging spiritual growth, deepening understanding, and fostering a renewed sense of hope and purpose as you continue your Christian journey. Contents: Prologue: Jesus in the wilderness. Week 1 Jesus in prayer. Week 2 Jesus among the crowds. Week 3 Jesus among friends. Week 4 Jesus among enemies. Week 5 Jesus in the city. Week 6 Jesus on the cross. Week 7 Jesus in glory. Epilogue: Jesus in us. Questions for discussion and reflection
    £11.99
    £11.99
  • alls well that ends well
    alls well that ends well
    £12.99

    All’s Well that Ends Well: From Dust to Resurrection. 40 days with Shakespeare

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    Few writers have a deeper understanding of the foibles of human nature and life's absurdities and tragedies than William Shakespeare. This makes him a fascinating companion for the season of Lent, a traditional time for a spot of self-examination. This engaging, wise and often amusing Lent book sets quotations from Shakespeare's characters and poems alongside biblical passages and reflects on the resonance between them - one reflection for each day of the season. It starts with dust on Ash Wednesday ('Golden lads and girls all must, As chimney-sweepers, come to dust', from Cymbeline) and ends with resurrection as Easter Sunday approaches ('It is required you do awake your faith', from The Winter's Tale). In between, it considers many rich spiritual themes: mercy, love, loyalty, trust, good vs evil, guilt, forgiveness, ageing, grief, death, hope and more. Each day's reflection opens with a quotation from Shakespeare and explores its ideas in conversation with the Bible and Christian thought.
    £12.99
    £12.99
  • The White Stone
    The White Stone
    £12.99

    The White Stone: The art of letting go

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    Esther de Waal is one of today's most beloved spiritual writers. In The White Stone, she reflects on the changes and losses that come with growing older. Esther reflects on solitude and, following a period of illness, saying goodbye to a family home and the Welsh border landscape she had known for decades which inspired some of her greatest writing, and adjusting to a new city environment. In her characteristic style, she sees everything as a portal into a deeper spiritual understanding. She draws on the wealth of the Christian tradition, especially scripture and the monastic and Celtic spiritualities she knows so well, to help her navigate her way through not only the inevitable sense of loss that accompanies such change, but also to embrace the new possibilities it brings. The white stone of the title refers to a small pebble from the river that ran through her garden that she keeps in her pocket, but also strikes a note of hope referring to the new identity promised by God (Revelation 2.17). This is a book of simple, profound wisdom that will speak to many coping with change in their own lives.
    £12.99
    £12.99
  • Bread_Ashes
    Bread_Ashes
    £3.75

    Bread and Ashes

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    Mary writes, 'These poems and prayers were written in response to the season of Lent, a time to consider what is separating us from a full and loving relationship with our Creator God and to prepare ourselves for the joyful celebration of Easter. Join with me as I contemplate these things through poetry, prayer and words from the Bible.' This book is staple bound, A6 (10.5x14.8cm) and 20 pages.
    £3.75
    £3.75
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    Flowing-tide
    Flowing-tide
    £3.99
    £3.99
  • spirit_palm_labyrinth
    spirit_palm_labyrinth
    £7.50

    Spirit Palm Labyrinth: 9cm diameter (to fit in the palm of a hand)

    3-D printed from ecologically-friendly plant-based (sugar cane) material, this 9cm diameter palm-labyrinth is a smaller version of the 19cm finger-labyrinth.

    It comes in a cellophane bag with instructions included. It is available in green or purple/gold. Please state which colour you would like in the "comments" box when ordering.

       

    £7.50
    £7.50
  • cultivatingGodsPresence
    cultivatingGodsPresence
    £12.99

    Cultivating God’s Presence: Renewing Ancient Practices for Today’s Church

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    ' "Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls." This is a book that will help pilgrims who are hungry for the Presence of God do just that. There are few books that when I read, I don’t want to put down, fewer still that when I have read, I want to read all over again. This is one such book.' - Anne de Leyser, Director of Local Houses of Prayer (Ffald y Brenin).
    £12.99
    £12.99
  • StrugglingWithGod
    StrugglingWithGod
    £14.99

    Struggling with God: mental health and Christian spirituality

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    'Remarkably beautiful and pastoral' JUSTIN WELBY, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY 'Brimming with wisdom and humanity' DAME SARAH MULLALLY, DBE, BISHOP OF LONDON Struggling with God gets right to the heart of a great predicament for many Christians. When it feels as if our struggles are overwhelming - and our capacity for faith and hope and love is diminished - how is it possible to maintain, never mind nourish, our relationship with God? The truth, as this deeply compassionate volume reminds us, is that Jesus came alongside people wrestling with mental health problems. Many familiar conditions, such as anxiety and depression, and more severe ones, including bipolar affective disorder and schizophrenia, are addressed by the authors here. Dispelling common myths and misconceptions, they explore the impact such mental health disorders can have on individual Christians, Church and society.. Each chapter includes biblical reflections relevant to its theme, prayers, questions to facilitate individual/group study, and pointers to further reading. In short, the book presents a Christian vision of spiritual and mental wellbeing through prayerful struggling with God.
    £14.99
    £14.99
  • God_on_mute
    God_on_mute
    £12.99

    God on Mute: engaging the silence of unanswered prayer

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    This new edition of Pete Greig s classic book includes a new forty-day study guide, a foreword from the Archbishop of Canterbury, and a new introduction from the author who has personally revised and updated the text throughout. Originally written out of the pain of his wife's fight for her life, but also the wonder of watching the prayer movement they founded changing lives around the world, Pete Greig steps into the dark side of prayer and emerges with a hard-won message of hope, comfort, and profound biblical insight for all who suffer in silence. ~ A Christian Classic. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury ~ A masterpiece. I cannot recommend it highly enough. Nicky Gumbel, HTB and Alpha ~ Simply the best resource I've ever found on unanswered prayer, bar none. John Mark Comer, best-selling author.
    £12.99
    £12.99
  • spirit finger labyrinth
    spirit finger labyrinth
    £28.00

    Spirit Finger Labyrinth: 19cm diameter

    3-D printed from ecologically-friendly plant-based (sugar cane) material, this 19cm diameter finger-labyrinth is a smaller version of the 19 metre labyrinth at Nether Springs.

    It comes in a cellophane bag with instructions included.  A colour will be selected at random.  If you would like a specific colour, please state this in the "comments" box when ordering.

    ONLY GREEN & PURPLE AVAILABLE AT PRESENT.    

    £28.00
    £28.00
  • prayer sphere metanoia 7cm
    prayer sphere metanoia 7cm
    £24.00

    Labyrinth Prayer Sphere : Metanoia- 7cm diameter

    3-D printed from ecologically-friendly plant-based (sugar cane) material, this finger-labyrinth ball  comes in a box with instructions included. Also available in blue/green (Earth) and glow-in-the-dark white (Glow)

    The 4-circuit  wrap-around labyrinth has taken 18 months to design  and each 7cm ball takes 15 hours to print, hence the relative expense.

    £24.00
    £24.00
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