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The Normal Christian Life by Watchman Nee. Of all the books that I have read, after the Bible this one has been the most benefit in my life. Strongly Recommended!

‘No Mere Remembrance’  A booklet or small book exploring the relevance of the breaking of bread to our ongoing spiritual growth. Larger type version if wanted.

‘Brother Indeed’ by Frank Holmes. A brief life of Robert Chapman of Barnstaple, an amazingly profound, simple and loving man of God.  A challenging read, found on another website and re-formatted as a PDF.

The Exchanged Life  A very personal letter from James Hudson Taylor, Christian pioneer in China, on how he learned to abide in Christ.  Essential reading!

‘Restoration – Is This Still on God’s Programme?’  We came across this book a few

BOOKS and other authors

Started with just one small book that I wrote in 2017 and now with a few more from other authors, whose names are noted.

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years ago and it deals with some very useful aspects of recent Church history – and its possible future direction.  David Lillie was a relatively unknown pioneer in the ‘Renewal’ movement.

‘The Christ-Life for the Self-Life’  A classic by F B Meyer.  Originally given as a series of talks in 1897. Clear, direct teaching on the power of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer.  Larger type version if wanted.

‘Reborn’  A small booklet which begins to explore more of what it really means to be ‘born again’.

‘The Pilgrim Church’ by E H  Broadbent.  Here is a real classic of largely unknown church history.  Absolutely fascinating and very encouraging.  This is a link to another website

‘Designed to Grow’  Exploring God’s Purpose for the Church. I started this soon

after writing ‘No Mere Remembrance’ but only finished it 5 years later! Larger type version if wanted.

‘Leadership Is Male’ is a controversial title for this small book by the late David Pawson.  Whether you agree or disagree with the title, this is a subject which deserves some study.  This is a link to another website, where you can read and download the complete book, including a later postscript by the author.