SECOND HAND BOOKS

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ALL THESE BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE BY EMAIL info@wallasey-christian-books.co.uk

Beyond the Good Samaritan, Ann Morisy – hard back, £9.00  – very good condition.

Common Worship Daily Prayer – hard back, £25.00 – good condition

Don’t Stop At the Lights, D Shreeve and C Foster – paper back, £2.50 – good condition

Everyday Church, Tim Chester and Steve Timmis – paper back, £2.50 – very good condition

Healthy Churches’ Handbook, Robert Warren – paper back, £12.00 – good condition

Jesus and the Earth, James Jones – paper back, £2.50 – very good condition

Naming God, Jan Berry – paper back, £9.00 – very good condition

Restoring the Woven Card, Michael Milton – paper back, £9.00 – very good condition

Sister Wendy’s Bible Treasury – paper back, £5.00 – very good condition

Unicorn Dies, Paul Fiddes – paper back, £6.00 – good condition

WALLASEY CHRISTIAN BOOKS

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For orders and enquiries you can email (info@wallasey-christian-books.co.uk) or phone (07376 896709). OR VISIT ONE OF OUR NEW VENTURES

OUR MARLOWE ROAD URC SHOP(CH44 3BU)

We are open on Tuesday mornings running alongside the church’s Coffee Pot 10.30-12.30.   Lynne is often there.

ST ANDREW’S COFFEE & BOOKS

This shop at St Andrew’s United Church Community Centre, Rake Lane, New Brighton is also open on Tuesdays from 2 – 4 p.m.  The shop includes some stock from Wallasey Christian Books.

AUDLEM CHESHIRE

Audlem Christian Books and Cards opens at Audlem Baptist Church (CW3 0BH) every Wednesday afternoon from 2.00 to 4.30   You will often find Andrew there.

(Our shop on Liscard Road has now closed)

 

ALL ORDERS via    info@wallasey-christian-books.co.uk) or 07376 896709

 

NEW BOOKS

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HOW TO BE A CHURCH MINISTER: Nigel Wright 

 

This challenging book sets out what is involved in being a Christian minister – its joys and difficulties, its responsibilities and privilege. It discusses the call to and the work of ministry; the breadth and nature of the task. How to Be a Church Minister will prove to be immensely useful across a wide spectrum of church traditions, both to those already in ministry and to those contemplating the vocation.

 

 

 

LIFE AFTER CARE from Lost Cause to BME: Mark Edwards

Life After Care: From Lost Cause to MBE (Inspirational Series)In Life After Care, diary entries bring to life Mark’s thoughts and feelings as a teenager struggling to understand how he came to be placed in a children’s home.  This is a heartfelt, true story of how a troubled young man managed to turn his life around.  We hear how Mark, mislabelled as a violent boy with no hope, became successful, happily married family man and a prominent figure in his local community

 

 ST JOHN’S GOSPEL A Lawyer’s Translation from the Original Greek:  Malcolm Bishop QC

Troubador St John's Gospel

This vibrant translation by Malcolm Bishop QC uses contemporary language and idioms to give a lawyer’s perspective on John’s story about Jesus. Unlike other translations Bishop highlights the extensive use of the present tense in John’s narrative. In John the past tense is interspersed with the present tense (sometimes in the same sentence) in order to create a more lively and edgy narrative suitable to courtroom drama. The pace, immediacy and earthiness of Bishop’s translation vividly and colourfully portrays why Jesus was such a compelling figure to his contemporaries, and why he remains such a challenging individual to us today.

 

 SHEPHERD OF ANOTHER FLOCK: David Wilbourne

As the newly appointed Vicar of Helmsley, David was looking forward to working in this picturesque market town, set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. Admittedly the vicarage, which dated back to the twelfth century, was extremely cold and damp. And not all of his parishioners were impressed by his new-fangled ways. But with the help of the irrepressible Father Bert, a retired cleric and one-time Tail End Charlie, David set about winning over the townsfolk.

There was Lord Feversham, the local landowner who at times bore an unnerving resemblance to Henry VIII; fiery Ted, a retired chef who had fought with the Polish Free Army; Frank the singing shepherd, still working as he approached eighty, and redoubtable countrywoman Eva. All had stories of hardship and sacrifice, friendship and love. Charming and moving, Shepherd of Another Flock is a must-read for fans of authors like Gervase Phinn, James Herriot and Amanda Owen.