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3 great Easter giveaways
Edith Cavell – Faith before the firing squad
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Self-sacrifice was the hallmark of Edith Cavell’s life. She was executed on 12 October 1915 for enabling at least 200 Allied soldiers to escape occupied Belgium into neutral territory. A state funeral was held for her in Westminster Abbey on 19 May 1919. This book tells Edith’s story, in particular tackling the question: ‘How could she be so calm in the face of death?’ (10 copies to give away)
Who Do You Say I Am?
A key question that Jesus asked his first century followers was ‘Who do you say I am?’ He asks us the same question today. This 64-page gift book from CV Global and HOPE takes readers on a journey of discovery, using words and pictures to help you explain who Jesus is, why he died and what the resurrection can mean for people today. (10 copies to give away)Order copies here
40 Stories of Hope
This is a collection of 40 remarkable stories from prisoners, ex prisoners and prison chaplains who speak powerfully about how they have found hope. Published by HOPE and CWR, 40 Stories of HOPE includes a foreword by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, plus prayers and Bible stories about Jesus. (10 copies to give away)Order copies here
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To enter our 40 STORIES OF HOPE competition, write up to 20 words on what gives you hope. The closing date for the giveaway applications is Friday 3 May 2019.
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