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Straightforward Christianity

This short book, Straight Forward Christianity, is written for anyone who wants to know what benefits following Jesus can bring to our lives. I have tried throughout in the chapters that follow this very brief preface to hold to the maxim of John Wesley, one of England’s greatest Christian leaders, and write ‘plain truth for the plain man’. I hope I have succeeded in this objective but you the reader will be the judge!

 

 

By Nigel Scotland

Life happens

through ups and downs we go through in life, things might get really tough that we find ourselves stuck,

confused and lost and choose to stay like that by fear of what might come next. Birthed from a personal

life experiences, this book aims to encourage today youth to, no

matter what, keep up with the race of life with Jesus being our foundation and God our provider.

 

 

 

Lisa Ilunga Nkeka

Flawless

A testimony of God’s grace in my life.

 

 

By Victoria Kulczycki

An Understanding of Thou, Jesus Christ, in the Name of Romans

Jesus Christ had so many stories to tell, and a message which resonates down through the centuries. But there’s always one story which Jesus never told any of His followers… his own.
In A Western Understanding of Jesus Christ, John Lloyd tells this story. From the adventures of young Jesus to the work of His disciples in he last year of His life, John takes us through the places and people that took it upon themselves to carry out the work of Jesus.
With an original and creative style, John presents a fresh take on one of the greatest stories ever told.
Author: John Lloyd

I DO, I DO, I DO, LOVE ALWAYS WINS

How God Restored our Marriage – A personal Testimony

 

A love story with a heartrending thread, Pat’s long marriage has twists and turns, reversals and finally redemption and new beginnings. In sharing what could have been an everyday story of marital betrayals – and taking the reader through the pain and often the joys of reuniting with her husband, it demonstrates what is possible when forgiveness and faith are allowed to play leading roles in a marriage.

 

Author by Patricia Gault

THE HIDDEN TREASURES OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH

This book is written to help liberate the children of God from religious and denominational slavery and position them as one family of God’s people here on earth just like the nation of Israel.

 

 

       A love story with a heartrending thread, Pat’s long marriage has twists and turns, reversals and finally redemption and new beginnings. In sharing what could have been an everyday story of marital betrayals – and taking the reader through the pain and often the joys of reuniting with her husband, it demonstrates what is possible when forgiveness and faith are allowed to play leading roles in a marriage.

 

Author by Pastor Midagbodji Ablam (Abraham)

OBAEDO- A REDEMPTION

This a story of a young woman and her overcoming through Christ her many travails.

 

How a decent girl with a good home upbringing and future, got caught up in the web of one of today’s modern churches that thrive on the subjective impulses and private impressions of their founders. They inevitably go down the road of shifting ecstasies and lasciviousness. She takes a heavy beating in her travails, which changed her life’s trajectory and almost led her down the path of ruin until a new dawn arose. Obaedo-A Redemption, Cliff Chima’s book is brutally frank and touches many of today’s contemporary issues. It uncovers many characters, the good, the bad and ugly, who all come to life in this intimate portrait of the girl, her sect, her travails and her redemption.

 

Author – Cliff Chima

 

 

Exploring Sexuality in the Christian Faith

Sarah Sedgwick is the author of Transformed by God’s Love and she talks about her personal testimony and what she has experienced since becoming a Christian in terms of how to support others in their battles with same sex attraction and faith. This is a great book for any Christian who may be finding this topic relevant to them or who just want to know more about coming out of a gay lifestyle.

New Author – Marilyn Edwards

Kingdom Publishers has been busy and recently published Marilyn Edwards new book ‘Peel off the Layers’ which is all about Christian poetry. Marilyn has also been busy promoting this book to her own church and has been selling! When speaking with Marilyn about this great new book and what readers like about, she mentions many have said how they have been healed emotionally by reading the poetry in her book! Isn’t God amazing that he can use a book for this purpose and the following verse comes to mind ‘For such a time as this…’ Esther 4:14. Everything happens in Gods perfect timing and season. So order your copy today from Kingdom Publishers! Blessings

Why Is Poetry Important?

Why Is Poetry Important? … By Leena Patel

 

One of the critical questions in literature can be the questioning of the importance of poetry. Why do we question it? What can the answer truly reveal, if any? Most of all, how does it enhance humanity? Could it be interpreted that Poetry is a known inherent part of us?

 

A part of our communication skills is expressing ourselves. We can say, one of the most universal vehicles of human’s expressing their emotions and feelings is through poetry; it can also be classified as one of the most important of all written media for describing our  experiences. Furthermore, past research claims to have concluded teaching students poetry attempts indeterminate results within a wide set of linguistic domains.

 

There are known elements which are classed as literary tools used by authors when writing poetry. There are diverse elements creating several combinations which can be used in individual poems.

  1. Q) What exactly are these elements?

The elements serve in assisting to dress up the poem; the overall result allows a clear path of imagination and a compelling context commanded by the author. Now, it is becoming clearer how important poetry is and how much of a valuable tool the elements operate for the author. A simple example of this would ‘a letter poem’.

If we look at one of the perspectives of poetic elements, a letter poem, which is more frequently referred to as an epistolary poem; poetry of having an outward appearance allowing a letter-like format. Interestingly, the earliest known epistolary poems date back to the early Roman poet Ovid, whose work “The Heroides” was written from the vantage of heroines of Greek and Roman mythology.

 

Epistolary poetry can encompass a wide range of tones and styles; varying from formal to intimate. This perspective addresses individuals, the globe, concepts or nonexistent beings. A good example is of Langston Hughes’ “Letter,” clearly beginning with a traditional opening address; comparatively, others have managed to take on a far more nontraditional appearance and texture.

 

The strength of Poetry lies with its constancy; it’s production generously melting through entirely known civilizations from the ancient to modernity. Throughout this all-embracing history it is clear poetry has been made to address multifaceted subjects; love, war, society and its very issues, beauty of nature and the love of God.

 

Poetry is one of the greatest Evangelistic tools; allowing people to come closer to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

If you have any poetry works and would like to be published, please contact Leena Kingdom Publishers on: 0203 971 1902.