The Message of the Holy Spirit

Very often, believers assume that Jesus walks with them and the Father guides them but the Spirit has little practical relevance. However, the Spirit is more important, more central, more immanently involved in his Creation, the Church, and individual believers, more often and more regularly, more intentionally and strategically than most believers realise. [Read More]


Discovering Jesus in the New Testament

The Publisher writes, “Nearly everyone knows something about Jesus, but how much of what we ‘know’ really comes from the Bible? In this thoroughly insightful book, we can find the full portrait of Jesus as described in the New Testament, one that is complex yet rich, one that is diverse yet unified, one that explains who Jesus was  and how he continues to speak to our world”. [Read More]


Pentecostal Theology. A Theology of Encounter

Few books have been written that explore Pentecostal theology and even fewer that have been written by Pentecostals. Some of the latter have been written within a particular Pentecostal tradition that has restricted some of their conclusions. This book , written by a Pentecostal, attempts to explore, as widely as possibly within the allowed word limits, a variety of Pentecostal perspectives with regard to theology. [Read More]

Discovering the Holy Spirit in the New Testament

Many Christians today find it difficult to articulate the vital role the Holy Spirit plays in the life of every believer. This is despite wide acknowledgement of the critical role played by the Holy Spirit in the development of the early church. [Read More]

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God and Us

You too can have a growing relationship with the God of the Bible. He is our loving, faithful Father who forgives us, never leaves us or gives up on us, and who is worthy of our worship and trust. Who wouldn’t want to know him better? [Read More]

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Jesus the Healer

Jesus’ healings and exorcisms are undeniably special. So special that too many do not consider why they were performed. Instead they are marvelled at and stored as startling proofs of his power. This book deals with the question ‘why’? [Read More]

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Healing and Suffering

Divine healing is accepted by most Christians. However, some Christian literature does not provide objective analysis of the issues involved, and sometimes moves in a wonderland of unreality with harmful pastoral consequences. [Read More]

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Pentecostal Perspectives

Originating in the early twentieth century, the Pentecostal movement remains one of the fastest growing wings of today’s Church. [Read More]

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