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Grant Smith at Blackwells

on 6th August 2019

We look at the world and there are so many problems and we think we can’t do anything. I wrote the book because that’s wrong. We can do something. On Thursday 18th July, we had our Scottish launch of Grant Smith’s The Accidental Social Entrepreneur at Blackwells Edinburgh. It was a brilliant evening, following on […]

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CLC International Book Review: Luminous Dark

Eddie Olliffe on 21st December 2017

Luminous Dark is, perhaps, the best Christian book that I have read this year.  Finding a book that deals with the ‘painful journey of being transformed by the love of God through suffering’ is quite difficult. We live in a Christian culture that looks too much on the side of triumphalism, than at those deep places […]

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On writing ‘Pyjamas’

Emily Ackerman on 13th August 2014

When I was ill and disabled, people often mentioned this promise to me. I always found it hard to rise to the idea. Frankly, it seemed that the illness was more prosperous than I was. But Scripture is Scripture, so I filed it under ‘Maybe I’ll understand this one day’. As I’ve recently recovered, I […]

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“Stand” by Karl Martin

Reviewed by Emma Boyd on 21st March 2014

When I first heard Karl Martin preach, I was sitting in a cold marquee at CLAN Gathering.  He didn’t mince his words then and he hasn’t started to now.  By his own admission his new book, Stand, is a provocation to encounter the risen Jesus and have him transform your life. For that is Martin’s […]

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