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Author Basil Howlett
On 18 October 1966, Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones, minister of Westminster Chapel and probably the greatest preacher of the 20th century, addressed a densely packed meeting in London and made an impassioned appeal for evangelicals who were divided up among the denominations to come together ‘as a f...
Philip Cottrell is not any sense a professional author, nor does he have ambition to be one. In many ways he is among the most ordinary of Christians, faithfully serving the Lord in an undistinguished area of the East Midlands. Then one day toward the end of 2003 two intruders came to call: depression...
Author Jeremy Walker
It is all very well to say that a Christian should take the Lord Jesus Christ as their life model, but where do you find simple, clear teaching written with a pastor’s heart on this vital subject? This book is the answer: in short, easily read sections Jeremy Walker follows the determined path of...
A short, but helpful study of both the responsibilities and privileges of church membership. This is especially necessary today with the prevailing casualness that exists in relation to the membership of a local church. A clear reminder for those already part of a church and a challenge for any pro...
Author Timothy Cross
The cross of Christ is a vast subject and many volumes have been written to cover the various aspects of it. In these pages, author Timothy Cross takes the reader from the promise of God at the dawn of history, through the Old Testament foreshadowing into the New Testament event of the cross....
Author Melvin Tinker
From the forward by David F. Wells:
"I welcome this fine book. I appreciate the fact that Melvin Tinker has gone to the heart of the matter, to the very center of our faith. Evangelical faith is never going to be renewed by better marketing techniques, or more cultural accommodations, slic...
Author Tom Barnes
There can be nothing more important than a matter of life or death, and here Tom Barnes deals with exactly that. He defines life and death and shows how urgent a consideration of these things is for every human being. Why does the Bible speak of what most people regard as normal life as in fact...
Author Sam E. Waldron
This 5th Edition is the definitive version and is presented in hardback. Modern Christianity is awash in a flood of doctrinal relativity. Satan and his forces love the imprecision and ambiguity which as rampant in our day. As C.H. Spurgeon observed, "The arch-enemy of truth has invited us to le...
Author Faith Cook
Faith Cook has been a lover of John Bunyan’s work for many years, first encountering him through The Pilgrim’s Progress in preschool years. Later she discovered through his ‘Complete Works’ his many other books and ten years ago she wrote Fearless Pilgrim, a detailed biography of Bunyan. Now she h...
Author Alec Taylor
Pages 428 (hardback)
For more than 25 years, Alec Taylor has produced Pilgrim Bible Notes, initially for his own church. These notes have been carefully revised by the author to present a full year of notes in this new hard cover format.
These daily studies from each Bible book give a basic knowledge o...
Author Derek Thomas
In fifteen days, Derek Thomas takes us through the Psalms of Ascent (120 to 134) with a simple aim: to present a Biblical view of discipleship. The writer suggests that taking a Psalm a day, we are provided with just over two weeks to get into spiritual shape! The idea is to read the Psalm, p...
Author Daniel R Hyde and William Boekestein
“Jesus is my personal Lord and Savior.”
No phrase captures better the ethos of modern evangelical Christianity. And while this is absolutely necessary for a Christian to believe and profess, what typically gets lost in much evangelical thinking and acting is Jesus’ ch...
Author Peter Jeffery
All Things New is the ideal book to give to the new Christian. In a series of twenty-eight one-page studies, this popular little book looks at some basic aspects of the Christian life in a straightforward, down-to-earth manner. The first fourteen studies deal with what it means to be a Christian,...
Author Faith Cook
Faith Cook is among the most loved of modern British Christian authors. Her mainly biographical works have inspired and delighted thousands. But how did she become interested in her subjects and what has Faith herself read and most appreciated over the years? Here she weaves those books into a brie...
Author Alun Ebenezer
In his Preface, Alun Ebenezer sets out ten aims for this book: to be expositional, to tackle difficulties, to be evangelistic and to be theological are included, along with a desire to be historical, contextual, applicable, clear, detailed and to give glory to God! Does he succeed? Alistair Be...
Author Sharon James
Previously published as My Heart in His Hands, this book is fully revised and updated and is the best modern biography of Ann Judson available. If you only read one biography this year, read Ann Judson: a missionary life for Burma. If you're going through trials or suffering you need to read this...
Author Faith Cook
At eighteen, Anne Bradstreet left England for the New World in search of religious liberty. Despite many hardships, she became famous as America's first published poet. A devoted wife and mother, she was a woman of deep spiritual convictions, seeing the Christian life as a pilgrimage with a bet...
Pages 44 (A5 Booklet)
If today you enjoy the digital convenience of e-mail, iPads, smart phones and Facebook, try an internet search for the meaning of heaven and you will not get what you will find here. John Blanchard has once again written a compelling, insightful and thoroughly researched booklet that I...
Author John Blanchard
As a friend of mine often reminds people, ‘We are not here to stay; we are here to go.’
I am writing these words in a consultant’s waiting room in a London hospital. Some of the other patients are showing signs of great physical distress, moving reminders that the whole world is a hospital in w...
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Author Michael A G Haykin
The eighteenth century began with the Calvinistic Baptists in poor condition. Small in number and despised, there seemed to be little hope for the future. But God began to work in remarkable ways. Looking at some of the leading figures of around that time, Michael Hay...
John Benton says that his burden is that we rediscover, and rejoice in, the reality of what Christ achieved on the cross.
A clear, straightforward account of essential gospel truths, to counteract the dangers of unbiblical teaching. These are solid truths to live by - truly Big Deals for each one...
Author Tom Barnes
Atonement Matters is first and foremost a book that calls teachers, preachers, counsellors, parents and authors to follow Paul's admonition to Titus and to declare unashamedly the full and rich biblical teaching on the atonement.
This doctrine states that Christ came not merely to make all mankind ...
Author Tim Shenton
God takes an ordinary lady (by her own admission), a 'nobody', and uses her for his glory and the extension of his kingdom. A gripping story of conversion, experiences during the second world war and her adventures during twenty five years in the Congo. Here is danger, excitement, romance, fea...
Author Douglas Bond
What is one to make of a man described as a strangely compounded, peculiarly constituted, and oddly framed? It conjures up in the mind an image of Stevenson's Mr. Hyde, or Shelley's Frankenstein, or Hugo's Quasimodo. But such is J. C. Ryle's (1816-1900) description of Augus...
Author Bill James
Do I need to be baptized as a believer?
Why should I become a church member?
Baptism and church membership are sometimes neglected elements of Christian discipleship today. This booklet sets out the teaching of Scripture, showing the importance and significance of obeying the Lord in these matters....
Author Stuart Olyott
There is perhaps not a more misunderstood command than ‘be filled with the Spirit’ (Ephesians 5:18). On the one hand it has been used in some places to justify extremes of behaviour and unbiblical practices; on the other hand, some have simply taken it as a fact that all Christians are by definit...
Author Michael A.G. Haykin & Brian Croft with Ian H. Clary
In the 21st century, evangelical ministry is in crisis and a renewal is desperately needed. Part of the key to that is reflection on the way that pastoral ministry has been conceived and actually done in the past. And here Andrew Fuller in his ordinati...
Author John Benton
First published in 2005, this book continues to be relevant, godly advice from an experienced pastor and author. It has been out of print for some time, and is now reissued with a new preface and a completely revised layout and cover.
We live in a society that worships at the shrine of size, and ...
Author Peter Jeffery
New 2014 Edition
In this easy-to-read book, Peter Jeffery shows just how enjoyable Bible teaching can be. With short but solid chapters on key subjects, he outlines the ABCs of the Christian faith. Each chapter is bite-sized, just enough to manage in a few minutes reading, but containing enou...
Author Sylvia Baker
First published as a series of articles in 1976, then in magazine format, this work has been completely revised and updated with new diagrams incorporating current information. Always intended to be understandable to the general reader, this book covers the reasons why a conservative (young earth)...
Author Adrian Freer
Devout men buried Stephen and made great lamentation over him. Acts 8:2
Believers who have come to a saving faith in Jesus Christ as a result of God's sovereign, elective grace have the assurance of the Bible's promise that, once they die, their immortal soul is at once translated to heaven to be...
Author John Blanchard
Pages 56 pages
One of the things that distinguishes humankind from every other species on earth is that we have a moral dimension. A moral law seems to be programmed into our psychological ‘software’ and our awareness of it is triggered by the conscience, a mysterious monitor that pokes its nose into ...
Author Faith Cook
What was it like to be a Christian in England in the turbulent times from the close of the reign of Henry VIII, through Edward VI, the nine days of Lady Jane Grey and the persecution under Bloody Queen Mary? In this gripping and accessible novel, Faith Cook takes real characters and events and ble...
Author Donald Fortson
In 1872 Professor Charles Hodge celebrated fifty years of teaching at Princeton Seminary in New Jersey. For a half century, Dr Hodge had trained almost three thousand ministers, missionaries, and professors who had carried the gospel message throughout the United States a...
Author Sandy Finlayson
“On Thursday 18 May 1843 the Rev. Dr. Thomas Chalmers walked out of St. Andrew’s Church in Edinburgh, along with two hundred and two other ministers and elders. These men were leaving the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly for the last time and within a few hours, Chalmers would be appoin...
Author John V Fesko
The author writes with a desire to show young and old alike, that, far from being boring or uninteresting, the Old Testament tabernacle, and later the temple in Solomon's day, is a shadowy picture of Christ and the church. It fills the believer with hope and assurance, knowing that Jesus Chri...
Author Christian Puritz
The life of Wilhelm Busch progressed from a Christian home, through conversion amidst the horrors of the First World War, to student life against the background of the crushing inflation of the Weimar Republic period. Then followed the Nazi period, times of suffering lived out against the...