The Evangelical Magazine

Published by Evangelical Movement of Wales


Endorsements

1.

Unity and Diversity

Unity and Diversity
"Reading the lives and works of these men will make us all wiser, healthier, more daring and, in the best sense of the word, broader Christians; and in the poor, fragmented church in Britain today, this is what is most urgently needed."

 

2.

Beyond the Winter Night

Beyond the Winter Night
An invaluable book on facing up to death as a Christian. Elaine Brown writes movingly and convincingly on a topic not often dealt with in Christian literature. Beyond death is a wonderful experience for the believer, but death itself is an enemy - our last enemy. Presented from various points of view, the author deals with the reactions of several Christians to the death of loved ones, or knowing what they themselves have a terminal illness. We are brought to identify vividly with each story as it is told in personal terms. By no means does each believer triumph easily over the problems; we are shown the anguish and heartache as well as the joy and peace in believing. This is not an easy book to read, but it is not morbid and it is one I would keep and read again and again.

 

3.

Caught in the Crossfire

Caught in the Crossfire
. . . a true story which is both touching and exciting . . . the trials and triumphs of a Christian girl . . . during the Second World War . . . the book was riveting so that we read it we couldn't put it down. It kept us on the edge of our seats.

 

4.

You'll Go to London

You'll Go to London
"Lionel Ball was a London City Missonary (LCM) for over thirty years, and this charming and heart warming narrative tells us his story from birth on the ‘right side' of the welsh border, which of course gave him a life-long love for music and singing, to service in the RAF and then into the LCM."

 

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