HOPE at Easter is a gift from your local church packed with stories to encourage, inform and challenge you.
4 great Easter giveaways
Who Do You Say I Am?
A key question that Jesus asked his first century followers was ‘Who do you say I am?’ He asks us the same question today. This 64-page gift book from CV Global and HOPE takes readers on a journey of discovery, using words and pictures to help you explain who Jesus is, why he died and what the resurrection can mean for people today. (25 books)Order single copies hereOrder packs of 10 copies here
The Cross Was Meant For Me: Worship Songs of Easter
Featuring 12 songs that capture the power and life found in the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus, this collection from Integrity Music includes the most popular contemporary Easter songs and the original recordings of today’s top artists like Matt Redman, Stuart Townend, Worship Central, Darlene Zschech, Tim Hughes, All Sons & Daughters, Paul Baloche, and many, many more. (25 CDs)Order copies here
40 Stories of Hope
This is a collection of 40 remarkable stories from prisoners, ex prisoners and prison chaplains who speak powerfully about how they have found hope. Published by HOPE and CWR, 40 Stories of HOPE includes a foreword by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, plus prayers and Bible stories about Jesus. (25 books)
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The Seriously Surprising Story
Follow in the footsteps of Jesus’ followers as they travel from Jerusalem to Emmaus and get talking to someone who gives them the biggest surprise of all! The story of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection, is brought to life by the words of Dai Woolridge and lovely drawings of Emma Skerratt in this booklet from Bible Society. Ideal for 4-7s. (25 booklets)
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