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Author(s): Kay Walsh
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99       (Mar 8-9)
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‘I can’t see! It’s dark everywhere. What place is this? Where am I?’
Jeya was only four years old and was terrified as she tried to peer about the dark and gloomy temple. Between the pillars was a huge stone body. She shivered when she saw its face. This, she knew, was Kali, the goddess of death and destruction.
Why was Jeya there? Who would leave a little girl in the dark like that? Certainly not the God of love – he sent a woman to rescue these children from destruction – Amy Carmichael. And she had been a little girl herself once a little girl with long dark hair, and deep brown eyes. Once she had even begged God to make them blue – but he hadn’t. And as Amy leaned over to pick little Jeya up and rescue her from a life of temple-slavery – she was very glad that God hadn’t listened to her prayers. Blue eyes were not the eyes of India – but Amy’s brown eyes were.

“Amy Carmichael is one of those women who should be every young girl’s heroine. Her childhood escapades and journey of faith are wonderful stories in their own right. Her adventures in India are the concluding part to this extraordinary life.”
Catherine MacKenzie ~ Author and CF4K Editor

If you like this, you’ll love this: When buying the Amy Carmichael Trailblazer for 9-14 year olds check out the Amy Carmichael Little Lights for 4-8 year olds. Amy Carmichael: Can brown eyes be made blue? A fully illustrated children’s book for younger readers. Amy Carmichael also features in Ten girls who changed the World by Irene Howat.
Catherine MacKenzie ~ Author and CF4K Editor


Author(s): by Christina Fox
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
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For many of us, we might busy ourselves with projects or work long hours to keep our mind off our pain. We might look at our circumstances and seek to change our situation in the hope that we will finally feel at peace once our life has changed.
The question is – How often do you look to God in His Word for help and hope? How often do you turn to Him when you feel anxious, distraught, or abandoned? How often do you bring your burdens to your Savior? Take a journey of hope through the Psalms of lament with Christina Fox.


A Little Bird Told Me: Everyday Expressions from ScriptureAuthor(s): Timothy Cross
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99       (Feb 22-23)
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A drop in the ocean; The writing is on the wall; From strength to strength; Head and shoulders above the rest – just some of our everyday expressions which find their roots in the Bible! people quote biblical expressions without even knowing that they are doing so. Historically, the influence of the Bible has been so great that it has permeated the very fibre of the English language. Timothy Cross in this enlightening and Scripture-rooted book reveals the origins of fifty-two of these sayings whilst considering their meaning and how they apply to us today.Description.


silent shades of sorrowAuthor(s): Charles H Spurgeon
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99       (Feb 15-16)
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Pastor Charles Spurgeon was a friend to those who physically and mentally suffered. He and his own dear wife, Susannah, suffered truly through years of physical and mental pains. In this light, Charles preached transparently about sorrows and their many kinds, including depression in all of its forms. He was no trite preacher. He spoke as one who had been there.

This collection of works from C. H. Spurgeon offers a healing taste of his powerful ministry on our sorrows. Among the many and silent shades of sorrow, the sorrowing have a Savior. There is hope for the broken-hearted.


Author(s): Andrew Thomson
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99       (Feb 8-9)
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John Owen (1616-1683) was one of the defining theologians in the Christian era. His books have been continually in print and are still influential today. Educated at Queen’s College, Oxford, he was a moderate Presbyterian who became a Congregationalist after reading a book by John Cotton. He later helped draw up the Savoy Declaration, the Congregational Basis of Faith.
During the English Civil War Owen was wholly on the side of the Parliamentarians, accompanying Cromwell on expeditions to Scotland and Ireland as Chaplain. Owen was influential in national life and was made Vice-Chancellor of Christ Church Oxford. After the Restoration of the Monarchy he was ejected from this position and devoted his energies to developing ‘godly and learned men’, in writing commentaries and devotional books, and in defending nonconformists from state persecution.
Andrew Thomson uses various sources for this biography including Owen’s adversaries ‘who could not be silent on so great a name or withhold reluctant praise.’


living faithAuthor(s): Helen Roseveare
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99       (Feb 1-2)
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“The quiet, consistent lives of Christian students drew me and began to convince me. The teaching in their Bible study groups and the assurance in their daily prayer meetings brought a sense of sober reality. They talked of faith as an objective reality, not a blind leap-in-the-dark, hoping for the best. Faith to them was something far more wonderful and real than mere believism or frightened escapism. They spoke of faith as a fact, a gift from God himself to his people to enable them to grasp and comprehend truth.”
Thus starts Helen Roseveare’s search for spiritual understanding of the world around her – a world that she was to have a significant impact on once her new faith led her to Africa.
Dr. Helen Roseveare has led an exciting life, dealing with people in the depths of their despair – and at their most joyous. She has also become a prolific author and sought after conference speaker – still writing and speaking at international conferences on faith and mission.
Her ‘Living…’ series have become instant classics and we are pleased to reprint them for a new audience.
Here, Helen tells stories of faith from her experiences that help us to understand its role in our lives and how to strengthen it.


18 wordsAuthor(s): J I Packer
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99       (Jan 18-19)
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If the modern world can be characterised by one thing it is probably the enormous increase in the number of words around – but that increase has also been accompanied by a seemingly corresponding decrease in understanding. It is the irony of the information age that instead of bringing clarity it has raised uninformed opinion to the same level as truth.
The church has also not been faultless. Rather than discuss ideas in order to come to some settled agreement, the church has been characterised as trying to make words mean different things in order to accommodate differences.
But the church should be a beacon of light to the world. The church has the words of eternal life.
J. I. Packer is a master wordsmith. He is also gifted with the ability of showing where truth lies in complicated reasoning. These skills combine to make Words from God a fascinating read – and a life-changing one.
The 18 words are Death, Devil, Election, Faith, Fellowship, Grace, Holiness, Justification, Lord, Mediator, Mortification, Reconciliation, Regeneration, Revelation, Sanctification, Scripture, Sin & World.


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