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Bestsellers of 2023

Avery Powers | Dec 3, 2023

It’s that time of year again! We loved spending 2023 poring over God’s Word with you. To celebrate, here’s a list of your favourite books of the year (also known as our bestsellers). 

Take a look, and maybe pick out a few for your Christmas list!... continue reading

New Book-Reviewers to Follow in 2024

Abigail Talbott | Nov 28, 2023

We’re looking forward to continuing to partner with book reviewers from all around the world, and to receiving their valuable and honest feedback. If you’re looking for new reads, we think you might enjoy giving them a follow, too.

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Bible-Based Advent Activity Ideas for Kids and Families

Bethany McIlrath | Nov 2, 2023

The Christmas season is such a sweet time for families - but it’s also a busy one! It can be a challenge to keep the focus on Christ in December. We've rounded up some practical recommendations below that can help your family spend a little time together daily celebrating our wonderful Saviour.... continue reading

Sneak Peak: Our Christmas Sunday School Lessons

Alexa Burstow | Oct 12, 2023

Knowing how to talk about the Christmas story with your kids in a fresh way year after year can be a challenge, especially if your kids span a large age range. This three-lesson series for 3-12-year-olds is a great resource to use alongside The Christmas Promise storybook in the run-up to Christmas, whether at home or at church. ... continue reading

Beginning Discipleship at an Early Age

Abbey Wedgeworth | Aug 15, 2023

Abbey Wedgeworth, author of the new Training Young Hearts series, shows us how to disciple our children well, and train them up in the love, grace, and truth of God.... continue reading

5 Family Resources for Discipleship at Home

Abigail Talbott | Aug 1, 2023

Setting routines and rhythms can help your family focus on the Bible together. Here are some exciting resources to help you with discipleship at home.... continue reading

Your Church Is the Greatest Thing You’ll Ever Be Part Of

Carl Laferton | Jan 16, 2023

Perhaps your church is made up of a few dozen, a few hundred, or a few thousand people, meeting in a school hall or an ancient building or a bespoke auditorium or under a tree. It doesn’t matter how numerous the people or how impressive the building—your church is God’s household, dwelled in by his Spirit, built upon his Son.... continue reading

The Never-Ending Gifts of Christmas

Jared C. Wilson | Oct 10, 2022

I know it’s only October, but as a lot of us begin putting together our Christmas gift lists for loved ones, I think it’s worth asking: Do you remember what you got for Christmas last year? I don’t. Oh, I’m sure you remember if, for instance, you got engaged, your parents gave you some fantastic vacation, or like those lucky weirdos in the TV ads, you got a brand new luxury car in the driveway with one of those gigantic bows on top. (I bet you even remember where you put that bow.) But most of us receive a variety of thoughtful gifts from our loved ones that we appreciate and then tend to get used to and forget about twelve months later.... continue reading

Receiving Criticism in Christ

Jonathan K. Dodson | Aug 14, 2022

During an unusually tense time in our church, a small group of progressively-minded people began critiquing my sermons. I received passive-aggressive texts, lengthy, impassioned emails, and often heard “what so and so thought” about last Sunday’s message. Gossip is, perhaps, the most hurtful. It’s painful and awkward to know a person disapproves of you enough to talk about you to others, but is unwilling to talk with you in person to move towards resolution in Christ.... continue reading

What to Include in Pregnancy Loss Care Packages

Abbey Wedgeworth | Jul 22, 2022

When a family in your community experiences pregnancy loss, you and your church have a powerful opportunity to minister to and care for them. A great way to express your care is a “miscarriage care package.” It enables you to validate the grief and the life of their child, practically serve and meet the physical needs of this family, help them apply the good news of the gospel and the truth of God’s word to their hardship, and comfort them.

Here are a few ideas of what to include in a care package for families grieving the loss of an unborn child.... continue reading

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