More information on Opening the Old Testament
Katharine Dell
This succinct and innovative book shows readers how to read and appreciate the Old Testament: as history, as literature or as theology. Offering an ideal ‘taster’ of Old Testament themes and issues, the book encourages students to explore various forms of interpretation and develop a lively interact... (more)
More information on Spychips
Katherine Albrecht / Liz McIntyre
RFID, which stands for Radio Frequency IDentification, is a technology that uses computer chips smaller than a grain of sand to track items from a distance. And as this mind-blowing book explains, plans and efforts are being made now by global corporations and the U.S government to turn this advance... (more)
More information on If You Forget Everything Else Remember This.
Katherine Hill
From that first angelic role in the nativity play to that first love, from broken hearts and best friendships to school bullies, life as a parent is an emotional roller coaster. And amidst the practical chaos of finding swimming goggles, making packed lunches, cleaning out the rabbit and refereeing ... (more)
More information on Parenting The Way God Parents
Katherine Koonce
Divine Parenting Made Possible Every parent wants to do his or her job well. But if you look to your family of origin, or try to follow a list of dos and don'ts, you will fail. Thankfully, God sets a model as Parent, and all you have to do is follow it! In Parenting the Way God Parents, Katherine Ko... (more)
More information on Who Am I? - Exploring What It Means to Be a Child of God
Katherine Paterson
This book explores with young readers what it means to be a child of God. Katherine Paterson discusses basic questions that she herself has grappled with: Where in the world is God? What about me? Where do I belong? Who is my neighbor? What is my purpose? Detailed illustrations complement the text.
More information on The Way of the Cross: Meditations on the Death of Jesus
katherine Smith
These meditations, together with the striking original artwork, take us through the Passion of Jesus, encouraging us to face the reality of the cross and our own reaction to it. They can be used by individuals, for personal meditation, by groups, for discussion and prayer, and by anyone who wants... (more)
More information on I Thought There Would Be Cake
Katherine Welby Roberts
Life never turns out as we expected. But connecting honestly with the one we're really in can bring all sorts of consolation... I Thought There Would Be Cake explores - with the author's characteristic empathy and humour - some of the everyday issues we face, in order to help us think about how w... (more)
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More information on Songs Of The Isles: Selections from Carmina Gadelica
Kathleen Jones
Many people know of the Carmina Gadelica, the collection of Gaelic songs, prayers and blessings from the Hebrides, yet few have access to its five volumes published in Scotland between 1900 and 1952. Here, an attractive selection is made for the contemporary reader and freshly translated to refl... (more)
More information on Challenging Richard Dawkins: Is Richard Dawkins right about God?
Kathleen Jones
What's wrong with the world? And whose fault is it? In The God Delusion and other books, Richard Dawkins argues that war, terrorism and other atrocities are caused by religion. Christians, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and Sikhs are all deluded, maintaining 'false the face of strong ... (more)
More information on Consuming Fire
Kathleen Morgan
Set in the Scottish Highlands in 1694, this epic novel tells the gripping story of one woman's struggle to find true freedom and love. Deceived by her father and betrayed by the man she loved, Maggie Robertson must turn to God for refuge. With the help of neighboring clan chief Adam Campbell, Maggie... (more)