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A Gentle Touch$9.60 – $12.00
The author, who has himself experienced clinical depression, explains how we can care for and help those who are mentally unwell—with compassion and gentleness.
An Owl’s Journey$15.00
This collection of 20 essays explores how the church intersects with a range of different spheres: leadership, the arts, academia and pastoral care. It challenges us to consider the possibilities of what a healthy and well-rounded church can accomplish.
Bribery & Corruption (2nd Edition)$9.60 – $12.00
This short book is one attempt to respond to the need to help Christians in Asia find a biblical response to the real pressures they face in the marketplace. It takes seriously both the Scriptures and the context in which Asian Christians function.
Call Me By Name$17.00
Stories from Christians with special needs, their families, and those serving in the special needs community; sharing their faith and how they have grown in their identity in light of their experience of special needs.
Chinese Entrepreneurship in Singapore: History, Faith & Culture$12.00 – $15.00
Clive Lim’s book takes a close look at Chinese history and culture, as well as the theological basis of entrepreneurship, while showcasing the experiences and influences faced by 12 contemporary Singaporean Chinese entrepreneurs.
Many books teach you how to fight depression, or how to recover from it. But how many actually show you how the journey will look like?
God’s Gardeners: Creation Care Stories from Singapore and Malaysia$16.00 – $20.00
What does caring for God’s creation look like where we are? The book presents a refreshing local perspective on the distinctiveness of Christian environmental ethics, seeks to encourage fellow Christians on this creation care journey, and inspire those who have yet to begin.
Good News for Bruised Reeds – Mental Health & The Gospel Community$16.00 – $50.00
This book is an honest look into how the church can journey with Christians with mental illnesses effectively. Its moving testimonies by those who suffer from it, their caregivers, and pastors who minister to these brothers and sisters, challenge the common misconceptions about mental illness.
Good News for Bruised Reeds – Walking with Same-Sex Attracted Friends$16.00 – $50.00
This book seeks to both encourage those who are serious about following Christ but who are struggling with same-sex attraction, and to challenge the church to lend a listening ear and a helping and welcoming hand.
Good News for Bruised Reeds — Colours of the Kingdom$16.00 – $50.00
It is likely that some racial prejudice lurks within every one of us, and we need the eyes and tears of others to help us see. This book provides us with the tears of those who have suffered racial prejudice...
Spiritual Friendship: Finding Love in the Church as a Celibate Gay Christian$25.00
This book is divided into two parts, one that focuses more on the cultural background, history and theology of friendship and another that focuses more on the actual living out of friendship.
The Bible & the Ballot (eBook)$5.60
How do we relate Christianity to political engagement in Malaysia today? This is the question that we, as part of the community of believers, are trying to answer in this book. It is our conviction that “if Jesus Christ is not Lord of all, He is not Lord at all”. We proclaim the lordship of Jesus over every aspect of life. Therefore, it is important for us to reflect on the relationship between what we confess on Sunday and what is happening in the country every day.
The Invisible People$10.00 – $30.00
Amy Chen’s delightful series, Invisible People, is a collection of picture books that show children how to relate kindly to the domestic workers, construction workers, and bus drivers in their society.
Where Human Rights & Biblical Justice Meet: Imago Dei & Integral Mission$12.00 – $15.00
In the quest to speak truth to power, what should be the proper role of Christian counter-culture in the engagement amongst Scripture, human rights, justice, fairness and political systems? Be prepared for an upending of conventional views, an upsetting of traditional values, and an unseating from our comfort zones.
Where Spirituality & Justice Meet: Spiritual Formation & Integral Mission$12.00 – $15.00
Originally written as part of the Master of Transformational Development (MTD) program at Eastern College Australia, these authors share their personal experiences of how they wrestled with questions encountered in their missional work, and testify that ones capacity to “do justice and love mercy and walk humbly with God” requires a God-nurtured resilience.
与同性吸引之友同行 (压伤芦苇 , 你不折断)$20.00
Good News for Bruised Reeds: Walking with Same-Sex Attracted Friends (Chinese).