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40-day social media fast

  • Pub Date 01/11/2020
  • Author Wendy Speake

Imagine taking a much-needed break from social media in order to get social with God and your loved ones again


All's well that ends well

  • Pub Date 30/11/2021
  • Author Peter Graystone

From dust to resurrection: 40 days with Shakespeare



  • Pub Date 28/01/2021
  • Author Henry Martin

Reflections on Jesus’ Struggles and how he meets us in Our Struggles


And yet

  • Pub Date 18/11/2021
  • Author Rachel Newman

‘And yet’ changes everything. This Lent book will help you find joy today regardless of your circumstances


Apprentice to Jesus

  • Pub Date 19/11/2020
  • Author Cris Rogers

40 days of walking in the way


At home in Lent

  • Pub Date 23/11/2018
  • Author Gordon Giles

Here is an original way of approaching Lent, one that will encourage you to consider your own faith journey in the light of the Easter story.


Beauty of the cross The

  • Pub Date 01/01/2019
  • Author Tim Chester

Lent devotional in Isaiah 52 - 53 to help you delight in the beauty of Christ


Celtic Lent

  • Pub Date 23/11/2018
  • Author David Cole

This inspirational book takes the reader through the 40 days of Lent to the celebration of Easter through the eyes and beliefs of Celtic Christianity.


Come and see

  • Pub Date 20/11/2020
  • Author Stephen Cottrell

Learning from the life of Peter


Cross in the heart of God A

  • Pub Date 30/11/2020
  • Author Samuel Wells

The Canterbury Press Lent book for 2021 focuses on the significance of the story at the very centre of Christianity: the crucifixion.


Dust and glory

  • Pub Date 20/11/2015
  • Author David Runcorn

Dust and Glory ranges across the whole business of living and believing, where the questions are as important as the answers, and may call us to deep heart-searching.


Dust that dreams of glory

  • Pub Date 30/11/2017
  • Author Michael Mayne

Never-before-published seasonal material for Lent and Holy Week by the much-loved Anglican priest and writer Michael Mayne.