Some of our books have reached this slum in Kenya. Please pray for the readers. Books will help with education, to help children find a way out of poverty: plus, with the message of the good news in all our
A Pennyworth of Peppermints in set in the Great War. This is a lovely story for children studying the two world wars at school. There’s even a glossary at the end, and some recipes! Ben and his friends Sidney and
Hello, thanks for dropping by! Janet here today with just a quick news update: I will be visiting Hillsong kids’ Sunday School group in May! (In London.) Lovely talking to one of the children’s workers, Gabi, yesterday. I’m looking forward
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!
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart with all your soul with all your strength. These commandments should be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home when you walk
Every new order is exciting! You never know where the books will end up. Who will read them? Will they change lives? These five books are off to an address in Chatham, Kent. May they be much used and loved!
These books are off to a school library in the Isle of Grain today. We hope they will be well used and enjoyed. 🙂
Good morning everyone! We’ve never given our kindle books a lot of publicity, so we thought we would give a little promotion to I Want to Be an Airline Pilot on kindle, and see how it goes. We have reduced
If you know a family who is struggling financially, why not buy them a book or two for their children? Parents might love to have a selection of Christian books, but not be able to afford to buy them. Your
Reviews like this make all the hard work worthwhile: A little boy said after reading Deepest Darkness, “It made me happy.” This little chap suffers from low self-esteem and anxieties. His mum, who read the book with him, said, “I
Christmas is a fun time for most of us, but when the food and drink is gone, the decorations are back in their boxes and all the festivities are over, a Christian book can continue to bring light, life, hope,
Whhhoooo hooooooo, they have arrived, ready for release on 1st November! Revenge of the Flying Carpet is a fun-filled feast for the imagination for 10-14s. If you want to be one of the first to get a copy, you can
Sadness and Gladness Manchester I was planning on writing something completely different this month, but the news of the tragedy in Manchester has eclipsed all other thoughts. It’s difficult to find the words to say. Even though we may not
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.
Seeking the Lost Apologies to subscribers to Write for a Reason who have already heard this story! We have a new young rescue cat called Terence. The rescue centre advised us not to let him outside for at least two
Newsletter October 2016 All You Need is New Sofas! I know we haven’t reached Christmas yet, but the ads on telly have already begun . . . and just in case you haven’t heard, I’d better tell you that all
All the latest news from Dernier! God Is Our Refuge At our weekly church prayer meeting on Saturday, we read Psalm 46, about the Lord being our refuge and strength and a very present help in times of trouble. Whatever
Spam, Ham and Babycham! Those of you who are my friends on facebook may have seen this photo . . . I found these items when clearing out my mum’s kitchen! Anyone remember greasy spam fritters? The jelly in the
Welcome to the October 2015 Dernier Publishing newsletter! Spam, Ham and Babycham Those of you who are my friends on facebook may have seen this photo . . . I found these items when clearing out my mum’s kitchen! Anyone
“Home Is Where The Heart Is” Seeing images of desperate refugees on our TV screens reminds us that we should all have a home. Our hearts especially go out to the children, fleeing with nothing, frightened and exhausted. “Home is
The Unknown Time Can you believe it’s harvest time already? This year the farmer who owns the field opposite our home used a new combine harvester – it was enormous, noisy and terrifying; as it thundered past on the other
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