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The best of 'Bread' magazine Vols. 1 & 2
– personal testimonies and church/fellowship profiles from around Ireland
- Former terrorist, David 'Pakie' Hamilton, tells of his conversion in prison and subsequent work with young people on the streets of Belfast and Dublin.
- Singer, Moya Brennan – the 'voice of Clannad' – and her freelance photographer husband, Tim Jarvis, share about their mutual faith.
- An Irish American healed from blindness in Cork City.
- A Roman Catholic priest delivered from alcohol, drugs and the asylum.
- An Anglican vicar whose Co. Tyrone parish became fruitful after he made the break from Freemasonry.
- A Kerry nun/teacher healed of Anorexia and Bulimia through God's word.
- Crossfire Trust – healing a community on the south Armagh border.
- Youth Initiatives – reaching the young people of troubled west Belfast.
- A musician, radio chat show host and film director reaching young people for the Lord.
- Poet, Louis Hemmings, winner of the Pádraic Colum Award in the USA.
Plus more stories of living, growing churches/fellowships/communities – all over Ireland.
"… fresh Bread – deals with the real issues facing the church in Ireland today …
good Bread – offers insight into projects of hope, through which the church is planting, developing, reaching out and attempting new ways of serving Christ ...
unique Bread – offered to the whole Christian community in Ireland – north, south, east & west – Protestant, Catholic and independent …"
Ken Newell, minister of Fitzroy Presbyterian Church, Belfast.
Contains many inspiring and encouraging stories of individuals set free from depression, anxiety, alcoholism, drug addiction, anorexia, bulimia, marriage breakdown, loss of a child – even terrorism and insanity; and of Christian communities united, working together and positively impacting society around them. If you need hope, inspiration, or encouragement – to engage with a living God who cares and heals – then this could be just the right book for you.