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40 Stories of Hope: How faith has changed prisoners' lives

Created in partnership with Prison Hope, an initiative working to connect the Church with local prison, 40 Stories of Hope is compiled by Catherine Butcher, the Communications Director for HOPE, and includes a Foreword by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

A Beautiful Friendship: A Lent Course based on Casablanca

Casablanca is the classic movie and provides a great basis for discussion of themes of sacrifice, repentance, suffering, loss and hope at Lent. Its wartime setting provides additional poignancy for study at a time of continued armed conflict around the world as well as the centenary remembrance of the first world war. Miranda and Not Going Out writer Paul Kerensa makes an intriguing departure from his comedy writing, preparing this moving book in the style of DLT's classic movie-based Lent Courses. A Beautiful Friendship is written with his wife, Zoe Young. It is designed to be studied by groups or individuals alongside the DVD of Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. The book includes leaders' notes, timings for film clips, discussion-starters, reflections and prayers.

Art of Holy Week and Easter


Behold the Man: A Therapist's Meditations on the Passion of Jesus Christ

A therapist and counselor investigates the mystery of Jesus' personality against a background of corrupt political and religious power.

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Creative Ideas for Lent & Easter: 80 seasonal activities for use with children

Contains a wealth of inspirational ideas and activities for Lent and the Easter season. From the traditional Simnel cake through a living Easter tree to a 3D action ascension scene, this book can inspire church leaders and families to deepen their experience of Lent, Easter and the Easter season.