Thursday, June 18, 2009

28 Days of Prayer during Financial crisis

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Cost: R80 + postage (R20)

About the book:
I’m fairly sure that there is hardly a person alive who hasn’t, at some time or another, experienced the fear and pressure of not making ends meet! When you have more commitments than money it can leave you feeling helpless, overcome with worry, and unsure of your ability to provide for yourself and your family.
‘The wonderful news is that there is a sure and certain hope to lift you above these circumstances! As a minister who works in the ‘marketplace’ I have long sought after theologically credible and spiritually uplifting material to help persons who find themselves in financial crisis. This book of prayers and meditations by Rev. Dr. Wessel Bentley is just such a resource. In its pages you will find a rich resource of scriptural wisdom, spiritual insight, and probing reflections.
‘It is my sincere conviction that any person who takes the time to prayerfully go through these meditations will find both the necessary support and inspiration to rise above their financial struggles. This volume comes with my wholehearted endorsement – I would recommend it as a necessary resource for all Christians who seek God’s guidance and care during difficult times.

Rev. Dr. Dion Forster, Chaplain to the Power Group of Companies and the Global Day of Prayer

What are we thinking? Reflections on Church and Society by Southern African Methodists

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Edited by Drs. Dion Forster and Wessel Bentley

Cost: R165 + postage (R15)

About the book:

My enthusiasm for this book is fired by a number of factors. First, there is the variety of authors and topics. Second, the variety of topics reflects key points in our social, cultural, economic and political context. Third, there is a crying need to up-to-date books that relate the whole gospel to the whole world. Fourth, the book does not aim to indoctrinate us, but rather to challenge us to become thinking Christians in our own contexts. And while Christian readers of all denominations will be challenged and enriched by this book, a fifth reason for my enthusiasm is that it gives contemporary expression to the spirit of John Wesley. Not only were his interests wide ranging, as are the topics in this book, but he managed to develop that rate and precious mix of a theology that is simultaneously passionate and reasonable, both deeply spiritual and socially engaged. That is the excellent mix that this book also offers
- Rev Prof Dr Neville Richardson

Methodism in Southern Africa: A celebration of Wesleyan mission.

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Edited by Drs. Dion Forster and Wessel Bentley

Cost: R140 + postage (R40)

One cannot be a faithful Christian without being in mission! The question is, however, what is true mission? And more specifically what mission does God want you to do in your context? This book is a rich resource that will aid you to work out the answers to these critical questions. In its pages you will find challenging insights from our past, helping you to understand the unique and special mission focus that God has given to Southern African Methodists.