Prayer is an enormous privilege, and a huge responsibility – here’s a resource to help your young people to pray! Millions of Christians worldwide suffer persecution for their belief in Jesus Christ. As well as our help, they need our
Last week GCSEs started, and SATs began. A levels will be starting soon, along with college/uni exams. It can be such a stressful time. We had such good feedback from the exam prayer we put on social media, we have
A set of these lovely books is off to Chatham today! Please pray for the children who will read them. 🙂
Have you visited the Dernier Publishing facebook page? If you are looking for Christian books for the young people on your heart, we hope to inspire you with book reviews, snippets of information, news, events and special offers that may
Books ready for the CLC warehouse in Chester! More books going to good homes, via Christian bookshops. 🙂 Please pray for the children who will read them!
If you would like to give books away to children who attend a church/school Easter event, let us know – we’d love to help (and can offer quantity discounts). Taking the message home is such a wonderful thing to do.
Lent is fast approaching! Why not take the time to read a selection Christian books with your children? Fill their minds with good things, talk about Christianity in real life, build your relationship. Could there be a better way to
It’s half term (in case you needed reminding!). Reading together is really cheap entertainment, for hours of pleasure! You can take your children to foreign places, meet amazing people, be encouraged and inspired together… all from the comfort of your
We have been working hard to get discussion questions for our books here on our website. These questions can act as discussion starters for parents reading the book with a child, teachers with their pupils, church groups with their members…
One way you can develop a rich relationship with your children is to read stories together. Mums and Dads, get involved! Talk about the issues the characters face… in this way you can get to understand what your children are
Welcome to our February Newsletter! How old were you when you became a Christian? I was 13. (I’m not telling you how many years ago that was, hehe!) In a recent survey, practising Christians were asked, ‘At what age did
Author Clive Lewis visited Uganda recently. He says: “I took over 30 copies of The City Kid with me on our recent trip to Uganda, distributing them to various people with an interest in youth work. Dickens Zziwa [CEO of
Book Launch We had a wonderful time at the book launch of Rebecca and Jade: Choices last month. Thanks to all who prayed! Thanks also to author Eleanor and all at Bethesda Evangelical Church in Hay-on-Wye for hosting this lovely
Look what came in the post! The Treasure Hunt (left) and Beech Bank Girls 3 (right) – both in Croatian. Let’s pray they touch many young hearts!
Here’s our catalogue, with all our Christian books for children and teens. Please take a look and pass it on! Dernier Publishing Online Catalogue, Winter 2016/17 Save
1. Stories stick in your mind (Jesus told stories for a reason!) 2. Christian books are a great way to share the good news. 3. Young people can reflect on subjects such as prayer, justice and forgiveness, for themselves. 4.
If your girls were touched this weekend by Remembrance Day events and services, they might like Beech Bank Girls, A Time Remembered. Willow finds a 100-year-old diary, written by a girl their own age. Sensitively written and fascinating . .
So, Halloween and Christmas in one newsletter – I didn’t intend it that way, but actually, isn’t that pretty much what we face daily, as Christians? Alongside the wonderful good news of Jesus there is much evil. I was talking
I made this video to review all our Dernier titles. I hope it helps you find what you want!
Yay! Book Bundles! I just had to tell you about this new development . . . I’m getting the hang of updating the new Dernier website, which is a learning curve (I sometimes I go home with my brain well
What are our children reading? I like to keep up with what our children/young people are reading, so when I was early for an appointment in town recently I popped into a charity shop to look at the books. I