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  • 2002 edition. Please call us on +44 (0)121 777 6328 for initialing information.

  • 2002 edition. Please call us on +44 (0)121 777 6328 for initialing information.

  • 2002 edition. Please call us on +44 (0)121 777 6328 for initialing information.

  • “The fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance: against such there is no law” (Galatians 5:22-23) Inspired by Bro. Colin Atwell’s “The Fruit of the Spirit”, this book gives the reader a different spiritual challenge for each day of the month. In addition, it provides relevant quotes from Christadelphian writings and covers half of the commandments of Christ as listed by Bro. Robert Roberts. As the Foreword states “An over-structured spiritual life can be legalistic. On the other hand, an unstructured one can be aimless. Thankfully, between these two extremes there’s a spacious and happy place where worthwhile spirituality can flourish. Undoubtedly The 30 Day Fruit Challenge will be the delight of many who inhabit this happy place”.

  • This book contains Bro. Harry Whittaker’s verse-by-verse notes on Colossians, Philemon, James, 1st, 2nd and 3rd John and Jude

  • Writers of biographies usually find that they are helped by the shadows cast by their subjects rather than by any nobility of character radiating from them. Weaknesses reveal more than excellences; so many apparent virtues are counterfeits.
    But Jesus casts no shadows. He stands irradiated by the light of Heaven, beloved of God. He is altogether lovely.
    The purpose of this book is to present a simple picture of Jesus, so that the reader may be encouraged to look even more reverently at the Man who can be confused with no other man, and meditate more frequently upon the words that could have fallen from no other lips.

  • Writers of biographies usually find that they are helped by the shadows cast by their subjects rather than by any nobility of character radiating from them. Weaknesses reveal more than excellences; so many apparent virtues are counterfeits.
    But Jesus casts no shadows. He stands irradiated by the light of Heaven, beloved of God. He is altogether lovely.
    The purpose of this book is to present a simple picture of Jesus, so that the reader may be encouraged to look even more reverently at the Man who can be confused with no other man, and meditate more frequently upon the words that could have fallen from no other lips.

  • God has always been the God of Israel. The promises made to Abraham the Hebrew were repeated to Isaac and Jacob. Further promises were made to David, Israel’s greatest king. Even Jesus declared that his mission was to the house of Israel. But God has always made provision for those outside the Commonwealth of Israel, as the numerous examples in this book show. After all, He is a God not willing that any should perish.

  • A Little Boy’s Gift – Tabbed board book

  • A collection of over 40 articles from a former editor of The Christadelphian. One of the articles is entitled “Return to the centre” which is the essential theme of the second part of the book.