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Peace and colour

If you have taken to the new interest in colouring books, or even if you haven’t yet, the new range of Christian colouring books in store may be of interest, particularly as they are on offer at the Colour the names of Godmoment.

Two great resources for quiet meditation, creative expression or personal devotion, the books contain Bible verses inviting you to reflect on the names of God or the promises of God.  Each is on offerColour the promises of God at £5.50, a saving of £1.

Contact us to find out more.

 

 

Some great bargains upstairs

Have you vsisted our secondhand book section upstairs at Illiminate?

As well as a wide selection of good quality books at amazing prices, we have unearthed some real book lovers treasures.  Here are a few, just to whet your appetite – come in to see our whole stock

IMG_0456Cable, Mildred and French, Francesca, Towards spiritual maturity, 1947 reprint
Hardback, dustcover intact but slightly marked. Slight foxing on page edges, but condition generally satisfactory.  Price £8

 

 

 

 

IMG_0460Kitto, John, Daily Bible Illustrations, William Oliphant, c1860, seven volumes  3 of 4 from morning series – Antediluvians and patriarchs (9th edition); Samuel, Saul and David (7th edition); Solomon and the Kings (6th edition). Complete set of 4 of the evening series – Job and the poetical books (6th edition); Isaiah and the prophets (6th edition); the life and death of our Lord (7th edition); and the Apostles and Early church (5th edition).All volumes are of similar condition – covers – hardback brown/butterfly scale design with wear appropriate to age; 5 volumes have inscription on front flyleaf; all have some staining to title and facing title page; the rest of the pages are in good condition .  Price £70
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Lewis, CS, Letters to an American Lady, Hodder, 1st British edition, 1969.  Hardback, dustcover clean, but top chipped and price clipped. Book is otherwise nearly fine.  Price £10

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_0465Taylor, Mrs Howard, Pastor Hsi, one of China’s Christians, Morgan and Scott/CIM, 1904 reprinting of 1903 first edition. Hardback, no dustcover; cover in good condition. Inscription dated 1904, but book is very clean, apart from some staining on map at end. Book contains 1904 CIM bookmark.  Price £15

New books from two local authors hit the shelves

Two Shrewsbury vicars have had books published in the last few weeks and both are available in store.

Northern SoulNorthern Soul, tells the story of one man’s uobringing in the north of England, through football, punk and Jesus.  Revd David O’Brien is now the vicar at Oxon ChurchCreating missional worship

Creating Missional Worship, by Revd Tim Lomax, vicar of Christ Church Bayston Hill, is the latest book on worship by this prolific local author with a national role in this field.

Why not pop in and pick up a copy of either, or both, and then review them here for others?

 

The Internet Price match

Can you believe it – YES – IT’S TRUE!The Shop Front, Illuminate Book Shop, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

To try and tempt you away from certai on line retailers we can try and match the price you will find on the Amazon web site.

All you have to do is to contact us and say that you want to buy such and such a book – and you have found it on line for such and such a price, then we can try and match that price – on a like for like deal of course!

We wont be able to do this for all books, but please do give us a chance to get the book you want at the price you want.

Shop local!

 

Kisses From Katie

Katie is a 22 year old from Nashville who is living in Uganda, is in the process of adopting 13 girls, runs a sponsorship program that feeds, educates, and disciples over 400 kids, runs a feeding program for 1600 children of the Karimojong tribe (almost all of whom would otherwise be begging on the street), a vocational program for single mothers, and much more.

£9.99

8.Who Is This Jesus

The Promise of Good Things to Come This exquisitely illustrated story from Max Lucado gives readers a new perspective on the depth of grace extended to all of us.

£9.99

10.God’s needle

In 1957 freshly qualified nurse and Wec missionary Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau, to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria, and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witch doctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees, administering penicillin (‘God’s needle’).

£8.99

In 1957 freshly qualified nurse and WEC missionary Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau, to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria, and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witch doctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees, administering penicillin – ‘God’s needle’. – See more at: http://www.lionhudson.com/display.asp?k=9780857214560#sthash.59uIxGv2.dpuf
In 1957 freshly qualified nurse and WEC missionary Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau, to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria, and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witch doctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees, administering penicillin – ‘God’s needle’. – See more at: http://www.lionhudson.com/display.asp?k=9780857214560#sthash.59uIxGv2.dpuf