Try before you buy! Get your FREE copy of The Treasure Hunt ebook (pdf) when you join our email list. Read this exciting story (featuring four children from a church…
Clive Lewis (author of The City Kid) is back from his trip to Uganda. Thanks for your prayers! Clive says, “I returned from Uganda last week and enjoyed great fellowship with family, friends and Christian brothers and sisters.” Clive and his team took…
In Deuteronomy 11, the Lord, through Moses, urges the people, concerning his commandments: “Fix them in your hearts and minds.
Teach them to your children,
talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.” This isn’t an “if you like” suggestion. The words are so familiar that they can wash over us. But…
You don’t have to join a subscription programme to listen to Beech Bank Girls, Every Girl Has A Story. You can download it direct from Google Play and enjoy it forever!
These books are off to Coventry! May they be much read and loved. We love uniting concerned Christians with life-changing stories to share with the children on their hearts.
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
Hi, Janet Wilson here, from Dernier Publishing. Every month I write a round-up of news, so you can be informed, inspired, buy books and pray for us! You can read the latest newsletter by clicking here. I hope you find
These books are off to a school library in the Isle of Grain today. We hope they will be well used and enjoyed. 🙂
The two boxes of books we sent to Archbishop Ben Kwashi in Plateau State in Nigeria have arrived! We are delighted to hear this wonderful news, and are grateful to all who donated. These books will go to schools in
Sent off a box of books to Star School in Kigali, Rwanda, this morning! Our connection there is author Mary Weeks Millard, who was instrumental in setting up the school some years ago. The third picture is Mary (The Birthday
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
Hello again, and welcome to the final Dernier newsletter of 2016! Thank you all once again for supporting Dernier through another year. 2016 was a challenging year for me, as my mum’s dementia worsened and she passed away in the
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
We all pass through rough times, but one thing we can always rely on, is that the Lord will be with us. Some of you who have been Christians for a long time may now have the song which inspires
Happy New Year everyone! May the Lord bless you this year with every blessing in Christ! Thanks for praying First of all, thank you all so much for praying during the month of December – I’m truly grateful to all
Welcome to the final Dernier Publishing newsletter of 2015! A Month of Prayer Requests Our books are out there, all over the world, sowing seeds. But we need to pray – we can provide the books, but we can’t touch
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