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Great offers on books, Bibles, CDs and DVDs
Re:fresh books and christian resources (23 The Broadway, Tolworth KT6 7DJ) currently has great offers in Bibles, books, music and small group resources, all of which are detailed on the website www.refreshbooks.co.uk. They include the latest Martin Smith CD, God’s Great Dance Floor, reduced by £2.00.
For lovers of traditional hymns, boxed sets of Great Hymns of the Church from Kingsway’s Hymn Makers series, each with 39-42 tracks, are reduced from £16.99 to only £9.99.
The Jeff Lucas Life Journeys series of DVDs are all reduced by £5.00. These are ideal for small group studies. Typically, each package comprises a DVD with six 15-minute talks, accompanied by a booklet with daily devotional materials as well as questions, based on the talks, for use in weekly small group meetings. Meanwhile, many of CWR’s popular Cover to Cover Bible Studies are reduced by £1.00.
Take Note promotion
The May-June TAKE NOTE promotion, in association with CLC Wholesale, includes great offers on Bibles, Bible study aids, Christian biography, Christian fiction and music. The top-selling worship CD from Matt Redman, 10,000 Reasons is reduced by £2.00. So too are the new Hillsong United album, Zion, and Worship Central’s Let it be Known.
Now is the time to stock up on holiday reading. The TAKE NOTE promotion includes three novels in the Adams County series by Jerry Eicher, reduced by a stunning 78%. Normally priced £7.49 each, they are offered as a bundle at £5.00. All are set in an Amish community. Re:fresh always has a wide range of Christian fiction in a variety of genres at prices from £6.00.
The latest episode in The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass – Adrian Plass & the Church Weekend has just been published in hardback form and is offered in the TAKE NOTE promotion at a £11.99, a £3.00 reduction on the recommended retail price.
Inspiring new biographies include Joni and Ken, the 30-year love story of Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada, and Kisses from Katie which tells the story of eighteen year-old Katie Davis who was so moved by the needs of Ugandan children, during a short-term mission placement, that she gave up her education and friendships to go to Uganda. Meanwhile a new book, Unstoppable, from Nick Vujicic, challenges readers to take control of their lives, in faith, and face up to hardships and challenges. Nick Vujicic was born without arms and legs, and yet is unstoppable in his passion to serve God. All these books are reduced by £1.00 in the TAKE NOTE promotion.
Also in the TAKE NOTE promotion is an amazing £11.00 reduction on Open your Bible, the all-in-one Bible Guide which normally retails at £29.99. Designed for preachers, teachers, and serious Bible students, it offers hundreds of individual in-depth studies in a format that can be used for daily devotional as well as study purposes. Meanwhile the ESV Global Study Bible is reduced by £5.00 from £19.99 to £14.99 and the NRSV white pocket anglicised Bible – an ideal gift for First Holy Communion – is reduced by £2.00.
Offers on Lion-Hudson children’s books
In a separate promotion, many beautifully-produced children’s books from the Lion and Candle ranges are offered at reduced prices. These are already competitively priced but the current promotion makes them an even more attractive option for gifts, awards or prizes at Holiday clubs and other summer events. They include The Lion Graphic Bible (Presenting the Bible story from Genesis to Revelation in graphic form), Bible Facts (a hardback presenting background material to Bible stories for 7-9 year-olds) and Max Lucado’s You are Special story book for young children.
The popular Lion Story Teller Bible by Bob Hartman is also offered at an amazing £3.00 off. This hardback retells more than 70 Bible stories and includes a CD.
All these offers apply while stocks last, in-store only. So hurry along to the shop at 23 Tolworth Broadway and grab a bargain. Details of these and other offers are published on the re:fresh website at www.refreshbooks.co.uk.
Real Lives, Real Faith
What’s new in christian biography at re:fresh books?
The lives of other people are always interesting – what shaped their characters, what experiences have they gone through and how did they cope? Biographies are popular reading, especially at holiday times.
Biographies currently occupy the top three positions in re:fresh books’ best-seller list. The top two – Fabrice Muamba’s I’m Still Standing and Bear Grylls’ Mud, Sweat and Tears – are published by secular publishers for a general audience but both Muamba and Grylls are open about their Christian faith. Footballer, Fabrice Muamba suffered cardiac arrest for 78 minutes during an FA cup match in 2012 and attributes his miraculous recovery to God. Adventurer, TV personality and Chief Scout, Bear Grylls, also talks about his faith. The language is at times earthy but Grylls' book is one that will appeal to boys of all ages! A junior version of Mud Sweat and Tears is also available and makes an ideal First Communion gift for boys.
Number Three in the re:fresh list is JRR Tolkien, The making of a Legend by Colin Duriez. The writer of The Hobbitt and Lord of the Rings was a committed Christian who was influential in the conversion of CS Lewis. A biography of CS Lewis, by Colin Duriez, is due to be published on April 19. For more information on these books, see the re:fresh website www.refreshbooks.co.uk/bestsellers.htm.
The first months of 2013 have seen a wealth of new Christian biographies published. Rapidly climbing up the re:fresh best-seller list (and currently Number Nine) is John Sentamu’s Faith Stories. This is the stories of 20 ‘ordinary’ people with everyday lives, families and jobs who are making a difference in society as they live out their Christian faith. The stories each have an introduction by the Archbishop of York. The book has attracted local interest because John Sentamu was once a curate at St Andrews Church, Ham.
Recently published and selling strongly at re:fresh books is Escape from Camp 14, the story of Shin Dong-hyuk the only person known to have been born in a North Korean labour camp and escape to the West. The content is at times harrowing as it describes the inhuman conditions in the labour camp. It recounts how Shin escaped through the electrified fence and across North Korea into China and, eventually, to South Korea. It also covers his subsequent struggles in adapting to life in the free world. First published last year, the book has been updated. Although it refers to Shin’s church connections, it does not talk in any detail about his new-found faith.
In the year that marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of David Livingstone, Lion Hudson has produced a biography that throws new light on the great missionary-explorer. Lion has also produced two biographies of World War I heroes – Woodbine Willie, the Army Chaplain on the Western Front who won the Military Cross for running into no-mans-land to rescue wounded soldiers during an attack, and Stretcher Bearer, the story of a member of the Royal Army Medical Corps who braved the horrors of Passchendaele, Ypres and the Somme to rescue wounded soldiers.
Evangelical Press has done us a favour with a biography of Francis Schaeffer, the Christian apologist and pastor who inspired a generation of thinking Christians in the mid 20th century. It has also published a new biography of John Newton. Both of these are in its Bitesize Biographies series, each priced only £6.99.
More information on these and many other biographies are available on re:fresh books’ website www.refreshbooks.co.uk/biography.htm. Better still visit the shop at 23 The Broadway, Tolworth to see for yourself what is available.
The re:fresh Top Ten books
1. I'm Still Standing - Fabrice Muamba
2. Mud, Sweat & Tears - Bear Grylls
3. JRR Tolkien - The making of a legend - Colin Duriez
4. Crazy Love - Francis Chan
5. Heaven is for Real - Todd Burpo
6. I was just Wandering - Jeff Lucas
7. Every Good Endeavour - Timothy Keller
8. Cross Roads - Wm Paul Young
9. John Sentamu’s Faith Stories
10. What's so Amazing about Grace - Philip Yancey
Fiction for £6.00 from re:fresh books
A new novel by poet and TV personality, Pam Rhodes, and two brand new novels by Stephen Lawhead are the latest additions to the wide range of Christian fiction for readers of all ages stocked by re:fresh books & christian resources. They are part of the latest Fiction for £6.00 promotion at the shop in Tolworth Broadway.
The novels form part of the new ‘Lion Fiction’ range which brings together the former Lion and Monarch fiction imprints. Authors include Frank Peretti, Francine Rivers, Brandt Dobson, Mel Starr and Fay Sampson. The novels in the Fiction for £6.00 promotion are normally priced at £7.99. A free Sampler book with chapters from books in the Lion Fiction range can be collected from re:fresh books.
Christian fiction includes authors and titles that stand up well to comparison with some of the best contemporary fiction in secular bookshops. It covers a wide spectrum of genres including thrillers, romance, fantasy, historical fiction, science fiction and apocalyptic. The Christian content may vary, from books which convey a very clear Christian message, through those which communicate a more subtle message, to books which have little or no overt Christian content but are written by Christian authors. However, the one common element is that they should be free from material of an overtly sexual nature or which presents an immoral lifestyle.
Popular Christian writers include Francine Rivers, Ted Dekker, Karen Kingsbury, Frank Peretti, Joel Rosenberg and, of course, CS Lewis.
Fisher of Men, in the Fiction for £6.00 promotion, is a new novel from TV personality Pam Rhodes. It is the first in a trilogy following the trials and tribulations of a naïve but eligible young curate who arrives in the small town of Dunbridge where four formidable women have different designs on the young bachelor. The novel, which follows on the success of Pam Rhodes’, With Hearts and Hands and Voices, is described as “both funny and heartwarming”.
The first two books in a new series by Stephen Lawhead are also included in the Fiction for £6.00 promotion. The Skin Map and The Bone House, are set in 17th century and 21st century London, the court of the Hapsburgs, ancient Egypt and Qing Dynasty China. They form part of a new five-volume Bright Empires fantasy series involving other worlds and parallel universes.
Other books in the Fiction for £6.00 promotion include Avalon by Stephen Lawhead, The Reichenbach Problem by Martin Allison Booth, An Unholy Communion by Donna Fletcher Crow, Angelguard by Ian Acheson and Magnificent Malevolance by Derek Wilson.
Recently-published novels from other publishers include Cross Roads, by The Shack author, Wm Paul Young, and Pilgrim, a contemporary re-telling of Bunyan’s A Pilgrim’s Progress, by J. John. In Cross Roads, a ruthless businessman finds himself in a coma, facing death. In this state he is brought face-to-face with the effects on other people of some of the decisions he has made, and he has the opportunity to change the course of events.
The large children’s section at re:fresh books & christian resources includes a wide range of children’s fiction, including popular and classic children’s books, and books for teenagers by Melody Carlson and other authors.
More details and reviews of these and many other books can be seen on re:fresh books’ website www.refreshbooks.co.uk but, better still, visit the shop in Tolworth Broadway to see for yourself what is available.
Easter at re:fresh books & christian resources
New books, new devotional study materials, attractive new ranges of greeting cards, numerous special offers, and ‘Christian’ Easter eggs are all available at re:fresh books & christian resources in Tolworth Broadway.
Re:fresh is a local stockist for The Real Easter Egg. An estimated 80 million Easter eggs are sold every year and yet, despite the Christian significance of the season, only one brand seeks to convey something of the Christian message. The Real Easter Egg is a Fairtrade chocolate egg. This year the box includes a free activity pack featuring the Easter story, an activity poster, free i-video download and a sticker set. The resurrection text from Mark is printed inside the box lid.
Re:fresh has joined the Take Note promotional scheme for Bibles, devotional books, DVDs and CDs. Take Note offers huge reductions on many items every two months. For example The Message Bible, Personal Size, in imitation leather is reduced by £10.00 to £17.99 and the Giant Print King James Version Bible in burgundy bonded leather is offered at only £9.99. An R.T. Kendall Omnibus comprising The Anointing, The Thorn in the Flesh and The Sensitivity of the Spirit is priced only £4.99 instead of £9.99, Other authors in the promotion include Francis Chan (Multiply), Philip Yancey (What’s so Amazing about Grace), and Max Lucado (Grace: More than we deserve.)
More details of books in the February/March Take Note Promotion can be found on the re:fresh website at http://www.refreshbooks.co.uk/takenotepromotions.htm. There is also a Take Note magazine that can be picked up in the shop.
Offers in the Take Note promotion are in addition to other special offers exclusive to re:fresh. These include Taking God Seriously, a brand new title from J.I. Packer, Mapping the Origins Debate, by Gerald Rau which explores six different models explaining the origins of the universe; The Dating Dilemma, by Rachel Gardner (author of Cherished) and Andre Adefope looks at the modern romance revolution; and Passion by Mike McKinley which examines the last day of Jesus’ earthly life and applies it to our everyday experience.
Re:fresh has a large range of attractive children’s books for Easter from BRF, Candle and Lion. They include several new activity books for children of different ages. Meanwhile, The Lion Bible to Keep for Ever is a children’s Bible which retells 50 favourite Bible stories with simplicity and clarity, accompanied by attractive pencil and watercolour illustrations – a 320-page hardback for only £9.99.
Matt Redman won two Awards in the 55th Grammy Awards on February 10. His Ten Thousand Reasons won Best Gospel/Contemporary Music Performance category and tied with Israel Houghton’s Your Presence is Heaven in the award for the Best Contemproary Christian Music Song. Ten Thousand Reasons has topped the best-sellers’ list at re:fresh for many months.
Re:fresh continues to introduce new ranges of greeting cards. The beautiful Joe Cornish range of cards has many new designs. These are blank greeting cards featuring landscapes and other photographs. Re:fresh offers a free Bible text card with all blank greeting cards, thereby offering customers a mix-and-match option.
Meanwhile another new range, from Leonard Smith, does include a Bible text.
Mothering Sunday this year is on March 10. BRF offers a number of inspirational books from Alie Stibbe, Anne Le Tissier, Fiona Stratta, Lynne Chandler and Naomi Starkey. Meanwhile the February/March Take Note promotion includes a 3-CD box set of Mum’s 50 Favourite Worship Songs reduced from £16.99 to £9.99. It includes tracks like Matt Redman’s Once Again, the Hillsong classic Mighty To Save and Stuart Townend’s In Christ Alone.
Finally, a new book, Risen, by Steven D. Mathewson offers ‘50 reasons why the resurrection changed everything’. The resurrection was at the heart of the Apostles’ message, and yet we so often stop at the cross. Steve Mathewson gives brief Bible texts plus comment, ideal for daily readings from Easter to Pentecost.
May this Easter be a time of encouragement and inspiration to us all as we reflect afresh on the wonderful message of Jesus’ dying love and the power of his resurrection for our personal lives and our churches.
Make re:fresh books your first resource in 2013
What do you do when you want a book, a CD or DVD? Do you immediately go on-line and buy it from Amazon or some other on-line retailer? How often do you take the time to visit a local retailer? Re:fresh books & christian resources is urging Christians to support local retailers and give them the opportunity to prove themselves.
“It is disappointing when people come to us as their last resort after trying to buy books elsewhere” says re:fresh Manager, Marguerite Williams. “As an independent bookshop we can draw on a whole range of suppliers in this country and in America. When it comes to bulk purchases for churches or schools we can sometimes obtain supplies from more than one source where other retailers cannot supply the quantity needed. We can also negotiate competitive prices on bulk orders.”
Bestsellers: Bear Grylls’ Mud, Sweat & Tears has topped the re:fresh bestellers list in recent months. Although written for a general readership and published by a secular publisher, the book by adventurer, TV personality and Chief Scout makes no secret of his Christian faith. Grylls’ new Survival Guide (currently on special offer at £3.00 off) is also selling well. Meanwhile, I’m Still Standing by Fabrice Muamba, the young Bolton footballer who ‘died’ for 78 minutes during an FA Cup match last February is another secular book in which the writer stresses the importance of his Christian faith. These and other books are reviewed on the re:fresh website www.refreshbooks.co.uk
General Interest Books: Re:fresh sells other selected general interest books. London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games: The Official Commemorative book, reduced by £5.00, is packed with iconic photographs of the games. Choir by Gareth Malone and Wherever you Are, the stories of members of the military wives choir are other titles.
The Hobbit: With the recent cinema release of The Hobbit:The Incredible Journey re:fresh offers copies of The Hobbit plus other related books including Lord of the Rings; a biography of the author, J.R.R. Tolkien:The making of a legend; and A Hobbit Devotional which draws powerful 60 spiritual lessons from incidents in The Hobbit.
Music: Burning Lights, the new CD from singer-songwriter, Chris Tomlin, is released in January. Tomlin’s earlier albums, And if our God is for us and How Great is our God feature in the re:fresh Top Ten CDs †, although released some time ago. Meanwhile Matt Redman’s 10,000 Reasons has topped the list for many months.
We pay our taxes! The exposure of Amazon’s tax avoidance practices has been welcomed by the book trade and other retailers. By channelling profits through Luxembourg, Amazon paid only £1.9 million in UK tax on sales of £3.9 billion, enabling it to undercut other retailers and drive some out of business. In November this was described as “immoral” by members of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee.
This presents us all with a challenge about our purchasing decisions. “We recognise that for busy people, it is so much easier to order books on-line and receive them the next day” says Marguerite Williams. “But the perception that the internet is always quicker and cheaper is not always true – ‘Better than Amazon’ observed one customer when told we could obtain a book at short notice, a few days before Christmas.”
“We also recognise that Christians are called to be good stewards of their money. But does that justify supporting unfair trading practices?” Many people are prepared to pay that little extra for Fairtrade goods, will they now do the same for fairly traded books and Christian music? Will they support Christian retailers who seek to provide a good service and offer a Christian presence on the streets of our towns and cities?
Of course price is not everything. The ability to browse and compare books in a bookshop is important to many. Re:fresh seeks to offer good service – researching availability and sometimes offering alternatives when a title is no longer available.
“Give us an opportunity to prove ourselves – make us your first resource, not your last resort” is the message that re:fresh books would like to send to local Christians for 2013. “And If you are happy with your experience, spread the word.”
Special Note: From January business hours at re:fresh will be 9.00am – 5.00pm daily.
The re:fresh Top Ten books
The re:fresh Top Ten CDs
1. Mud, Sweat & Tears - Bear Grylls
2. Eric Liddell: Pure Gold - David McCasland
3. Heaven is for Real - Todd Burpo
4. We don’t do God - George & Andrew Carey
5. Mere Christianity - C.S. Lewis
6. There are no Strong People - Jeff Lucas
7. Nearing Home – Billy Graham
8. The Me I Want to Be - John Ortberg
9. Miracle in the Mine - Jose Henriquez
10. If you want to walk on water... – Ortberg
See www.refreshbooks.co.uk/bestsellers.htm for the Top 24 with descriptions
1. 10,000 Reasons - Matt Redman
2. Cornerstone - Hillsong Live 2012
3. Ultimate Collection – Matt Redman
4. Ton of Worship for kids
5. Homemade Worship - Rend Collective
6. Ultimate Collection – Stuart Townend
7. Come to the Well – Casting Crowns
8. How Great is our God - Chris Tomlin
9. Ultimate Collection – Tim Hughes
10. Forever Reign – Hillsong Chapel
See /www.refreshbooks.co.uk/bestsellingcds.htm for more
12 books for Christmas
A book is an ideal gift for Christmas – something that can bring pleasure and remind the recipient of the giver, something that has a ‘feel’ that other media cannot give. Re:fresh books & christian resources has a vast choice of Christian books including many biographies, novels and inspirational books published in recent months. It also offers some secular books that make ideal gifts. A selection of recently-published titles is listed below. For more information visit the website www.refreshbooks.co.uk or, better still, visit the shop at 23 The Broadway, Tolworth KT6 7DJ.
1. New NIV Cover to Cover Complete
What better gift could there be than a Bible? Re:fresh offers a vast selection of Bibles in different translations, bindings, formats and prices. Cover to Cover Complete is the complete NIV text arranged chronologically to be read in a year, with brief notes by Selwyn Hughes and Trevor Partridge, plus charts, maps, illustrations and diagrams to help in understanding. Normally priced £24.99, it is currently available at re:fresh for £19.99 while stocks last.
2. Cross Roads by Wm Paul Young
Publishing November 22 - a second novel by the author of the best-selling The Shack. A multi-millionaire finds himself trapped in a coma and facing not only death but the God he has managed to avoid for most of his life. He is sent back to his old life with the opportunity to undo the train of events he has already set in motion. But will he follow the same course and make the same mistakes? Would we?
Hardback. 256 pages. £14.99
Re:fresh has a wide range of Christian fiction by authors such as Francine Rivers, Frank Peretti, Sarah Sundin, Joshua Rosenberg and Ted Dekker. Other popular new titles are Frank Peretti’s Illusion and Resurrect from new author, David E Stevens.
3. Fabrice Muamba: I’m Still Standing
An ideal gift for any football fan. In March 2012 Fabrice Muamba suffered coronary arrest and collapsed during a key FA Cup match. For 78 minutes his heart stopped beating. Miraculously, he recovered. In this book, written for a general audience, he openly pays tribute to the importance of his Christian faith and the power of prayer in his recovery.
254 pages, paperback. £12.99
Re:fresh has an extensive selection of inspiring Christian biographies including new books on Eric Liddell, Lopez Lomong, Nick Vujicic and Bear Grylls.
4. JRR Tolkien: the making of a legend by Colin Duriez
With the first of a three-part film adaptation of The Hobbit hitting the cinemas on December 13, this new biography of the Oxford Professor and fantasy writer traces Tolkien’s life and shows some of the people, places and events which shaped his writings. The book describes Tolkien’s own Christian faith and his influence on CS Lewis.
240 page, paperback. £8.99
Re:fresh also stocks The Hobbit (read it before you see it), Lord of the Rings and a new JRR Tolkien Miscellany with facts, trivia and quotes about Tolkien.
5. London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games:
The Official Commemorative Book
by Tom Knight, Sybil Roscoe (foreword by Sebastian Coe)
Packed with iconic images, statistics, details of medallists together with quotations from successful British athletes and descriptions of the planning, execution and legacy of the games, this is an ideal keepsake.
312 pages, hardback.
Special re:fresh price £5.00 OFF - £24.99 (RRP£29.99).
This is one of a number of attractive ‘coffee table books’ stocked at re:fresh – buy them from your local Christian bookshop and support this important ministry.
6. Choir by Gareth Malone
Another general interest book, tells the personal stories behind the school, community and workplace choirs trained by Gareth Malone. Starting with tentative, and sometimes cynical, performers, the boyish musician has harnessed talent and brought together diverse personalities to produce memorable performances.
320 pages, hardback.
Special re:resh price £3.00 OFF - £17.00 (RRP £20.00)
7. A Survival Guide for Life by Bear Grylls
Chief Scout, Adventurer and TV personality Bear Grylls is a Christian. His books are written for a general audience and so not overtly Christian but he slips in references to his faith. A Survival Guide to Life, is no exception. It comprises 75 short chapters on “how to achieve your goals, thrive in adversity and grow in character. This is bite-sized wisdom for anybody facing life’s challenges.
284 pages, hardback.
Special re:fresh price £3.00 OFF - £15.99 (RRP £18.99).
Re:fresh also has Bear Gryll’s best-selling Mud, Sweat and Tears and other books.
8. Thoughts to make your heart sing by Sally Lloyd-Jones & Jago
From the creators of The Jesus Storybook Bible (also available at re:fresh) this is a beautifully-produced collection of 101 devotional thoughts for children, with a foreword by Tim Keller. Perfect for family devotions, it expresses sometimes-profound thoughts in interesting and memorable ways.
Great value: 224 pages Hardback. £10.99.
9. 50 Barmiest Bible Stories & 50 Jammiest Bible Stories
by Andy Robb
Two children’s books from CWR - A prophet who became a bear's lunch, a king with 1,000 wives, a lad who attended his own funeral and a 930-year-old man. They're all there in the Bible and Andy Robb tells the stories in his own zany way. The cartoon illustrations with their captions, also by Robb, are just as entertaining as the text.
Just two of the many attractive children’s books at re:fresh. Paperback. £5.99 each
10. The Lion Handbook of Science & Christianity RJ Berry Ed
A popular book since it was published earlier this year, this is the nearest you could get to a 'coffee table' book on Science and faith. It is fully illustrated with more than 150 pictures, charts and diagrams and accessibly written by 26 leading scientists and theologians who explore scientific developments, old and new, including cloning, the human genome, GM crops, nuclear power and artificial intelligence.
Hardback. 287 pages. £25.00
re:fresh has many more books addressing issues of science and faith by authors such as John Lennox, John Polkinghorne, Alister McGrath and Michael Poole.
11. New Testament Prayer for Everyone by Tom Wright
The latest in Tom Wright’s popular For Everyone series, this is a distillation of his meditations on prayer. It includes compelling translations of all the major prayers recorded in the New Testament. The book offers insights into the teaching of Jesus and the apostles on the meaning and practice of prayer, with questions for personal reflection or group discussion.
160 pages, paperback. £8.99.
re:fresh has many other titles from Tom Wright and other books on prayer including Richard Foster’s Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home.
12. I was Just Wandering by Jeff Lucas
In his own thought-provoking and often humorous way, Jeff Lucas ranges over a variety of life's experiences including healing and suffering, times of doubt, the effects of showing simple kindness and much more.
147 pages, paperback. £8.99
re:fresh has books, small group resources and Bible reading notes by Jeff Lucas, plus another new title, Seriously Funny 2, by Jeff Lucas and Adrian Plass.