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[Prices, stock levels and estimated delivery time
for titles on this page were last updated on 23 March 2022]


Sharing the Easter Story:
From reading to living the gospel.
Sally Welch.
Pbk 224pp. ISBN 9781800390980.

Bible Reading Fellowship (2021).
Was $34.50, Now $15.00.
[Only 1 in stock at this price.]

Join Sally Welch in exploring two questions: what is the Easter story really about, and how do we share it?

Through each week of Lent, she examines a different aspect of the Easter story.



Computer Coding for Kids:

A unique step-by-step visual guide, from binary code to building games
.
Carol Vorderman.
Pbk 224pp. ISBN 9780241317730.
Dorling Kinderlsey (2019).
Was $30.00, Now $7.00
Sorry sold out

An ideal present for bright 8-16 year olds. Children can take their first steps towards becoming expert computer programmers with this fully-updated guide to coding for beginners.



The Lord’s Prayer Leader Guide:
The Meaning and Power of the Prayer Jesus Taught.
David Hamilton.
Pbk. 64pp. ISBN 9781791021283.
Abingdon (2021).

Sorry sold out

Pastor and bestselling author Adam Hamilton guides us to really know – and really pray – the Lord’s Prayer. He explores each of its rich lines and their meaning in the Bible, illuminating what we ask of God and what we ask of ourselves through its words. And he teaches us how to use it as a pattern for our own prayer life.

This Leader Guide covers six study sessions.

The base book and a DVD can be ordered here:
https://pgpl.co.nz/monthly-selections/lent-and-easter-2022/


Beyond Burnout:
How to Spot It, Stop It and Stamp It Out.
Suzi McAlpine.
Pbk 288pp. ISBN 9780143775065.

Random House NZ (2021).
Was $38.00; Now $9.00.
[Only 2 in stock at this Price].

Following her own first-hand experience, as well as the countless similar scenarios she’s seen in her role as an executive coach, Suzi McAlpine has created a book about burnout to help create environments and organisational cultures that reduce its occurrence.


The Inner Level:

How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and Improve Everybody’s Wellbeing.
Kate Pickett, Richard Wilkinson.
Pbk 352pp. ISBN 9780141975399.
Penguin (2019).
Was $28.00, Now $8.00.
Sorry sold out

The sequel to the global phenomenon The Spirit Level, this book explores the impact of inequality on each of us individually. 

 


Will You Pray with Me:
A Guide for Those Who Pray in Public.
Steve Langhofer; Anne Williams.
Pbk 144pp. ISBN 9781791013431.

Abingdon Press (2021).
Was $41.50, now $15.00
[Only 3 In stock, at this price]

Learn to capably lead others in prayer, in any setting, on any occasion.

Ideal for pastors, chaplains, congregational care ministers, lay worship leaders, and students in seminary or other ministry training courses.



Hope and the Nearness of God:

The 2022 Lent Book.
Teresa White.
Pbk 224pp. ISBN 9781472984197.

Bloomsbury Continuum (2022).
Was $35.00, now $15.00.
[Only 1 in stock at this price].

In these days of pandemic, war and political turbulence, hope can seem to be in short supply. But hope is one of the theological virtues and it is far more profound than mere optimism. Today, pessimism and despair seem all too prevalent. What can we do about the poor and starving, about those who seem to be locked in interminable conflict and families weighed down by the consequences of breakdown?

Sister Teresa White’s book is an antidote to all this, and it is written with beautiful simplicity and directness.



Bound to be Free:
The Paradox of Freedom.
Graham Tomlin.
Pbk 240pp. ISBN  9781472939500.
Bloomsbury Continuum (2017).
Was $25.99, Now $6.00
[Only 2 in stock at this price]

In this accessible, significant and deeply thoughtful book, Graham Tomlin argues that the Christian vision of freedom offers a way to think about liberty that can bring together both personal fulfilment and the health of community life in a way that secular versions have failed to do.


The Lectionary: Te Maramataka 2022.
Anglican Church in Aotearoa,
New Zealand & Polynesia.
Pbk. 146pp.  Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia. (2021) 

Was $15.00, now $10.00 including postage.
[Only 2 in stock at this price].

Covers December 2021 to 31 December 2022.

The Lectionary: Te Maramataka is produced each year to help meet the worship needs of the Anglican church here. It provides information you need to plan the Eucharist and other services, and to say the Daily offices on a regular basis.



CEV Youth Bible Global Edition
Compact with small print
Hbk 1,100pp
ISBN 9780564098354
Bible Societies
Was $12.99, Now $6.00
[Only 1 in stock at this price]

Handy size Bible comes in colourful hardcover and provides

  • General Introductions for each book of the Bible
  • A mini dictionary
  • Readings for Special Days and event.


Faithful Families for Lent, Easter, and Resurrection:

Simple Ways to Create Meaning for the Season.
Traci Smith.
Pbk 144pp. ISBN 9780827211414.

Chalice Press (2022).
Was $33.00, now $15.00.

Sorry sold out

How do you share the deep mysteries of Lent, Easter, and Resurrection with children?

Parents, guardians, teachers, and ministers will find dozens of fun and easy practices for celebrating the Easter season with our kids.

 


The Land Is Not Empty:
Following Jesus in Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery
.
Sarah Augustine.
Pbk 224pp. ISBN 9781513808291.

Herald Press (2021).
Was $38.50, Now $15.00
Sorry sold out

Augustine, a Pueblo woman, reframes the colonization of North America as she investigates ways that the Doctrine of Discovery continues to devastate indigenous cultures, and even the planet itself, as it justifies exploitation of both natural resources and people. This is a powerful call to reckon with the root causes of a legacy that continues to have devastating effects on indigenous peoples around the globe and a call to recognize how all of our lives and our choices are interwoven.



Tohorā:
The Southern Right Whale.
Ned Barraud.
Pbk 32pp. ISBN 9780947503994.

Potton and Burton (2019). 
Was $19.99; Now $8.00
Sorry sold out

A moving story of the near extinction and then revival of one of New Zealand’s magnificent marine mammals, the southern right whale. In the 20th century, the Southern Right Whale became a protected species, and once commercial whaling was virtually stopped, the whale made a comeback.



The Spirit Walk.
Anna Johnstone.

90pp A4, landscape, colour throughout.
Johnstone2 Photography (2020).
Print – Spiral bound
ISBN 9780473278625.

Was $33.00; now $13.00
Sorry sold out

Anna pairs her wise, spirit-filled words with beautiful photographs to create another delightful, heart-warming book.



Touched by God:
The way to contemplative prayer.
Luigi Gioia.
Pbk 208pp. ISBN 9781472951007.
Bloomsbury Continuum (2018).
Was $22.99, Now $8.00
Sorry sold out

Gioia explores the art of contemplation. The defining mark of this awareness is that we become more and more aware of God’s presence, a unique kind of inner peace and joy which has been described by spiritual authors with a variety of arresting and often poetic images.



The Earth Is Red:
The Imperialism of the Doctrine of Discovery
Roberta Carol.

Pbk, 490pp. ISBN: 9781632933584.
Sunstone Press (2021)
Was $63.00, Now $30.00.
Sorry sold out

Historical and legal analysis of doctrine of discovery and how it facilitated the loss of indigenous lives, land, game and valuable natural resources.

This is a must purchase book as it weaves Native American culture and history from Native / Indigenous perspective.



Delivered into Covenant:
Pivotal Moments in the

Book of Exodus Part 2
Walter Brueggemann.
Pbk 130pp. ISBN 9780664267360.

Westminster John Knox Press (2021).
Was $40.50, Now $25.00.
Sorry sold out

Brueggemann offers a guide to the second half of Exodus – from Israel’s journey through the wilderness to Mount Sinai to the establishment of the tabernacle – drawing out “pivotal moments” in the text.



Reconciliation.

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s
Lent Book 2019.
Muthuraj Swamy.
Pbk 144pp. ISBN 9780281080083.
SPCK (2019).
Was $33.50, Now $10.00
Sorry sold out

40 biblically-based meditations introduce topics such as: Impediments to reconciliation – risking the self – humility and self-criticism – radical openness to the other – peace with justice. Questions for reflection are included, making Reconciliation suitable for use at weekly gatherings or for everyday devotion during Lent.


 


Jesus: 

A Beginner’s Guide
Anthony Le Donne.
Pbk 224pp. ISBN 9781786071446.
Oneworld (2018).
Was $34.50,  Now $9.00
Sorry sold out
This lively and engrossing book covers a vast historical range, from first-century Palestine to the latest Jesus-memes in popular culture, drawing on an enviable breadth of knowledge.


The Journey to Jerusalem:

A Story of Jesus’ Last Days.
John Pritchard.
Pbk 144pp. ISBN 9780664262693. Westminster John Knox (2017).
Sorry sold out

In this imaginative retelling, John Pritchard explores the Gospel of Luke by looking through the eyes of the disciple John. The book follows Luke’s account from Luke 9:51 onwards, as Jesus “set his face to go to Jerusalem.



Not Working:

Why We Have to Stop.
Josh Cohen.
Hbk 304pp. ISBN 9781783782055
Granta (2019).
Was $36.99, Now $10.00
Sorry sold out
In a culture that tacitly coerces us into blind activity, the art of doing nothing is disappearing. Inactivity can induce lethargy and indifference but is also a condition of imaginative freedom and creativity.


The Way of Jesus:
Living a Spiritual and Ethical Life.
Jay Parini.
Hbk 208pp. ISBN 9780807023938.
Beacon Press (2019).
Was $35.00, Now $10.00

Sorry sold out
A book for progressive Christians and spiritual seekers who struggle, as Parini does, with some of the basic questions about human existence: its limits and sadnesses, and its possibilities for awareness and understanding.



Living with the Climate Crisis:

Voices from Aotearoa.
Tom Doig (ed).
Pbk. ISBN 9781988587530.
Bridget Williams Books (2020).
Was $16.99, Now $10.00.
Sorry sold out

Some observers are worried that the all-consuming effort to control the pandemic will distract us from the long term challenge of limiting catastrophic climate change.

At the same time, many people are hoping for a ‘green Covid-19 recovery’: a cleaner, fairer and safer world. This BWB Text brings together mātauranga Māori and Pasifika perspectives, voices from academia, activism, journalism and economics.



Delivered out of Empire:
Pivotal Moments in the

Book of Exodus Part 1
Walter Brueggemann.
Pbk 120pp. ISBN 9780664265380.

Westminster John Knox Press (2021).
Was $40.50, Now $25.00.
Sorry sold out

Brueggemann offers a guide to the first half of Exodus, drawing out pivotal moments in the text to help readers untangle it. He shows how Exodus consistently reveals a God in radical solidarity with the powerless.



Wombat Divine.
25th Anniversary edition.
Mem Fox.
Hbk 32pp. ISBN 9781760669393.
Omnibus Books (2021).
Was $22.00; Now $8.00
Sorry sold out

Wombat loved Christmas. He loved the carols and the candles, the presents and the pudding, but most of all he loved the Nativity Play… Wombat loves the Nativity Play so much that he tried out for every part, but he doesn’t seem to be right for any of them. Luckily, wise emu knows the perfect role for a sleepy wombat, and it’s the best Nativity Play ever.



Beyond These Shores:

Aotearoa and the World.
Nina Hall (ed).
Pbk.  ISBN 9781988545639.
Bridget Williams Books (2020).
Was $16.99, Now $10.00
Sorry sold out

New Zealand looks out to a turbulent world. Long-standing alliances are fracturing, nationalism is surging and the oceans are rising. The contributors ask that we fundamentally rethink Aotearoa’s role in the world and offer practical ideas grounded in progressive values and evidence.



Unrevealed Until Its Season:
A Lenten Journey with Hymns.
James C. Howell.
Pbk 192pp. ISBN 9780835819732.

Upper Room (2021).
Was $36.00, Now $20.00.
Sorry sold out

Howell believes in the power of song to teach spiritual truths. He takes us on a 40-day journey through well-loved hymns. This meaningful Lenten devotional guide for individuals and small groups, is also a valuable resource and perfect gift for musicians as they prepare for worship, and for ministers as they lead worship.



With a Song in Our Heart

Norman E Brookes, Norman J Goreham, Jeremy F Whimster
Spiral bound 90pp. ISBN 9780473486150
43 Hymns
BGW Press (2020).
Sorry sold out
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New words to favourite tunes.
 Here is a refreshing and accessible resource for congregations of all sizes and across the denominational spectrum.” Bishop Ross Bay, Auckland Anglican Diocese.


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