The Last Week of May: The Number One Bestseller

The Last Week of May: The Number One Bestseller

THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER -- a warm engrossing tale of friendship and new beginnings ... 'Like chatting with a good friend over a cup of tea' Irish Mail on Sunday May O'Callaghan has decided that life's too short and she's decided to throw in the towel in her predictable nine-to-five job. Now what? As May fits into her new life we meet her friend Pam and her husband Jack - but why is Pam terrified to tell Jack that she's pregnant? And then there's Denis and Bernard, May's next-door neighbours, going about their business oblivious to the deadly threat that lurks close by. There's Paddy, who lives on his own yet never seems to be at home. And Paul, three doors up, willing to risk everything for an affair with Carmel, the young teacher who has yet to learn that there's a price to pay for having something that shouldn't be yours. But what May can't figure out is who gave her the beautiful shell necklace and was it really meant for her? On this one particular week, all is about to change for the inhabitants of Kilpatrick and May discovers that while only love can break your heart, only love can put it back together. The Anniversary, Roisin Meaney's sparkling new novel, is now available for pre-order

The Last Week

What the Gospels Really Teach about Jesus's Final Days in Jerusalem

The Last Week

Many Christians are unclear on the details of events during the week leading up to Jesus's crucifixion. Here, top Jesus scholars Marcus J. Borg and John Dominic Crossan offer what they believe is the real story of Jesus' final week in Jerusalem; together they reveal a radical and little-known JesusUsing the gospel of Mark as their guide, Borg and Crossan present a day-by-day account of Jesus's final week of life. The Last Week depicts Jesus giving up his life to protest power without justice and to condemn the rich who lack concern for the poor. In this vein, at the end of the week Jesus marches up Calvary, offering himself as a model for others to do the same when they are confronted by similar issues. Informed, challenged, and inspired, we not only meet the historical Jesus, but meet a new Jesus who engages us and invites us to follow him.

Frances Ridley Havergal: The Last Week

Frances Ridley Havergal: The Last Week

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The Last Week

Atonement and Resurrection

The Last Week

Each of the seven days preceding His death are discussed, with scripture references and insightful event summaries. Walk hand-in-hand with the Savior as He [€[ triumphantly enters Jerusalem for the last time [€[ presides over the last supper [€[ is betrayed by Judas [€[ suffers in the Garden of Gethsemane [€[ is crucified [€[ ascends to heaven Filled with profound teachings and amazing miracles, the New Testament account of Jesus Christ is the greatest story ever told. Understand his mortal ministry as never before by bringing to life His tender message, selfless sacrifice, and infinite Atonement, portrayed so lovingly in this inspired study of His last days on earth.