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  • Blank Canvas
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    May 2022 Book Club

    2022-04-26T15:08:00Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

  • Extravagant Fire
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    May 2022 Book Club - You recommend…

    2022-04-26T15:07:00Z

    Extravagant Fire Sue Sinclair (Freedom Publishing, 2020) This is a powerful testimony of the amazing journey of an ordinary woman set apart for such a time as this. Through the power of the Holy Spirit she has accomplished more than she ever hoped or imagined (a ministry ...

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    April 2022 Book Club

    2022-03-28T12:31:00Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

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    April 2022 Book Club - You recommend…

    2022-03-28T12:30:00Z

    A Shed in a Cucumber Field SL Russell (New Generation Publishing, 2014) Inspired by a recent book club post, I treated myself, with the luxury of a long weekend, to reading another of Sue Russell’s brilliant books, A Shed in a Cucumber Field (the title is in ...

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    March 2022 Book Club

    2022-02-22T09:34:00Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

  • Choose Life
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    March 2022 Book Club - You recommend…

    2022-02-22T09:34:00Z

    Choose Life Simon Guillebaud (Monarch, 2014) For 2022, I’m re-reading this book of daily reflections. It seems perfect for me right now, as Simon Guillebaud seems to be speaking right into the issues I’m dealing with. I whizzed through the book last summer for the Woman Alive ...

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    February 2022 Book Club

    2022-01-25T11:57:00Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

  • 1 Samuel For You
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    February 2022 Book Club - You recommend…

    2022-01-25T11:57:00Z

    Recital of Love Keren Dibbens-Wyatt (Paraclete Press, 2020) This book reminded me of the writings of Julian of Norwich, the anchorite nun who lived in Norwich. Keren’s writing is beautiful in the mystic tradition. Each thought is usually only a page or two so the book lends ...

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    I’m a publisher and these are the ten books I can’t wait to read in 2022

    2022-01-12T09:30:00Z

    Did you put ‘do more reading’ on your 2022 goals list? Well help is at hand as publisher and fiction writer Elizabeth Neep highlights the ten books she is eagerly anticipating this year. 

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    January 2022 Book Club

    2021-12-17T11:22:00Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

  • Emotionally Healthy Woman
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    January 2022 Book Club - You recommend…

    2021-12-17T11:22:00Z

    The Emotionally Healthy Woman Geri Scazzero (Zondervan, 2014) I read this book while I was bringing up our kids. It really helped me to meet God daily on a deeper level through listening to him using ancient Christian practices like lectio divina. It also got me thinking ...

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    December Book Club

    2021-11-25T11:03:24.607Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

  • Scent of Water
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    December Book Club - Readers recommend…

    2021-11-25T11:03:20.140Z

    If Prison Walls Could Speak Richard Wurmbrand (Living Sacrifice, 2011) Richard Wurmbrand was imprisoned twice for being a Christian. This book is an education into human evil; how he suffered is staggering. It’s a series of sermons that he composed “on the verge of insanity”. Yet his ...

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    November Book Club

    2021-10-22T15:08:00Z

    This month Amy Boucher Pye is reading…

  • Tattooist of Auschwitz
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    November Book Club - Readers recommend…

    2021-10-22T15:08:00Z

    The Tattooist of Auschwitz Heather Morris (Zaffre, 2018) I accepted this book from a neighbour, thinking: “Well, if it’s too heart-wrenching, I don’t have to read it.” And it wasn’t. Although it was desperately sad, the author didn’t dwell on the horrors. Heather Morris was asked to ...

  • Duncton Wood
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    October Book Club - You recommend…

    2021-10-01T11:10:00Z

    Book reviews from Woman Alive readers

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    October Book Club

    2021-10-01T10:55:00Z

    Amy Boucher Pye on what she is reading this month….

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    The Handmaid’s Tale: When fiction mirrors the ugly truth

    2021-09-13T10:35:00Z

    With the latest series of the hugely popular TV drama having recently drawn to a close, Veronica Zundel reflects on the horrors it reveals about worldviews regarding women

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    September Book Club

    2021-08-24T09:48:00Z

    This month I’m reading…

  • Form Elizabeth
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    Invited on a journey of discovery

    2021-08-11T14:08:00Z

    Elizabeth Neep, commissioning editor at SPCK, explains the idea behind new spiritual formation imprint, Form