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A Call To Act
A tool for individuals, churches and small groups to help end poverty
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July
28
Author
Jubilee+
Crossing The Divide
Another must read for the church in the UK and internationally. This is a personal account from a pastor who has battled hard on the front line of this issue, to build churches which truly reflect God's heart to gather to Himself a church of all nations.
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July
17
Author
ChristCentral Web
We Need To Talk About Race
This book is a must-read for the UK church. He is lucid, punchy and deeply honest about the issue of racism in the UK today, and in the UK church... Get a copy today!
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March
11
Author
ChristCentral Web
Echoes of Exodus
Tracing themes of redemption through scripture - a highly recommended book from our friend Andrew Wilson - recommended at Devoted
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February
12
Author
ChristCentral Web
A Church For The Poor - Book Review
Recent years have witnessed dramatic growth in churches across Britain finding ways to care for the poorest in their communities. How can we help the church reach the poor in our society?
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December
05
Author
ChristCentral Web
Life Tastes Better - by Terry Virgo
Life Tastes Better is an evangelistic resource that is ideal for handing out during outreach events, and it's also useful for committed Christians that want to be reminded that following Jesus does indeed make life better.
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April
25
Author
ChristCentral Web
Equipped by Chris Kilby
Equipped is a book written from experience. Chris Kilby takes us through the pages of Scripture and lands us in our world, ready to change it. This is not a specialist book for the few, but an encouragement to every believer to find and succeed in the adventure of faith.
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November
21
Author
ChristCentral Web
The Myth of the Undeserving Poor
How much are our thoughts about the poor influenced by dominant narratives? A book about the Christian response to poverty in Britain today.
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October
20
Author
ChristCentral Web

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