Collection: Late April 2023 Selection
This late-April 2023 selection includes:
- Worship resources: Gathering and Let Us Pray
- A major new commentary on Romans
- An engaging memoir about why we sing
- Joining the growing wave of young Christians taking a stand against climate change
- Peter Enn's new book about developing a mature faith, and
- A six-session groups study which encourages us to reading the Bible with new eyes.
Why We Sing
Drawing on recent neuroscience research, Julia Hollander reveals how singing helps us acquire language, gain faith, and become politically active. Everyone who sings in a choir or in the shower will relate to this book and its celebration of our innate impulse to sing.
Let Us Pray [Back in stock]
An indispensable tool for all leading liturgical worship. Nelson’s responsive intercessions offer biblical and theological insights which honour all four Lectionary readings for each Sunday, and feast days, in the three-year RCL cycle.
Michael Gorman's Romans offers an in-depth look at Paul's first-century context, along with practical interpretation and reflection questions for interpreting the text for Christian theology, daily life, and pastoral ministry.
Following Jesus in a Warming World
Stories, theological explorations, and practical advice on how to take meaningful action to care for our planet with joy.
Drawing inspiration from the Bible, renowned Biblical scholar Peter Enns encourages us to embrace our doubts and questions as part of God's plan, creating a pathway to a stronger and lasting faith. Experience a newfound appreciation of the power of the Bible and its ability to help us develop mature faith.
Bible Stories for Grown-Ups
With this six-week study, you'll gain a greater understanding of Scripture and create a meaningful connection in our current cultural environment.
Gathering: PDF annual subscription
A worship planning resource for ministers, lay preachers, music directors and worship teams. Start your subscription today with the Pentecost 1 - 2023 issue.