WREC Bookstall

We have a church bookstall full of great titles located in our church hall, all at discount prices.

To order online contact Nigel Jones via books@wrec.org.uk
and he will order on your behalf from 10ofthose.com with a 25% discount.

Alternatively, you can buy directly from 10ofthose.com (but without the discount).

Scroll down for book recommendations.

WREC Bookstall

We have a bookstall full of great titles located in our church hall, all at discount prices.

To order online contact Nigel Jones, our elder in charge of the bookstall via books@wrec.org.uk
and he will order on your behalf from 10ofthose.com with a 25% discount.

Alternatively, you can buy direct from 10ofthose.com (but without the discount).

Scroll down for some book recommendations.

Recommendations

The wife of an Anglican bishop could expect a life of peace and comfort. But Benjamin Kwashi is the bishop of Jos in Nigeria, a place that is torn by Muslim-Christian violence. Gloria Kwashi has had her home burnt down and has endured rape and beatings. One of the beatings left her blinded, until surgery was able to restore her sight. Despite this, she continues to reach out to widows and orphans and supports her husband in his remarkable ministry in Northern Nigeria. This book is a record of love and endurance that should stimulate us to examine our own lives and how we respond to adversity.

With parents running children from football to music lessons to maths tutoring, where does the responsibility of God-ordained parenting fit in?

In this wisdom-packed booklet, Alistair Begg explains that Scripture lays out a role for parents that extends far beyond that of carpool driver and homework helper.

Drawing from the book of Ephesians, Alistair provides clear and practical accountabilities for both mothers and fathers that are God ordained. When God’s design for parenting is followed, everyone in the family thrives, and children grow to healthy-minded, God-honouring adults.

The theory of evolution has been called ‘the most powerful and the most comprehensive idea that has ever arisen on earth.’ It has been so passionately argued and so heavily promoted in the mass media that millions of people with no scientific expertise assume it must be true.

Evolutionism says that life on Earth began by chance in some kind of chemical soup and claims that Homo sapiens is the latest product of a vast sequence of species that led from the first living cell through invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, furry quadrupeds and ape–like mammals.

What is the evidence for this fascinating scenario? can we improve their life began in this way? What are the answers against such a thing happening? Has archaeology found clear links between all species without limitation? can we really show that all life forms owe their distinct existence to random, unplanned, accidental genetic changes?

Or is there another explanation?