Resources on hand for category: Mission

Northside Uniting Church, Mackay, currently has a Christian Bookstall stocked with resources (mainly books) from Koorong.  What you see here is what we presently have in stock.  As items are sold they are removed from our website.  You may use the “contact us” feature on this website to arrange a time to visit the bookstall.  It is automatically available after church on Sunday mornings, and during youth group on Friday evenings, 6.30-9pm.

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View at KoorongThey Shall See His Face: The Story of Amy Oxley Wilkinson and Her Visionary Blind School in China

Linda Banks, Robert Banks. Paperback. 176 pages.

Robert and Linda Banks share the story of mission to blind children in China – a heartwarming story of how much hope one committed person can bring.

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View at KoorongMission Matters: Love Says Go

Tim Chester. Paperback. 176 pages.

The Father delights in his Son.

This is the starting point of mission, its very core.

The word ‘mission’ means ‘sending’. But for many centuries this was only used to describe what God did, sending his Son and his Spirit into the world.

World mission exists because the Father wants people to delight in his Son, and the Son wants people to delight in the Father.

Tim Chester introduces us to a cascade of love: love flowing from the Father to the Son through the Spirit. And that love overflows and, through us, keeps on flowing to our Christian community and beyond, to a needy world.

Mission matters. This book is for ordinary individuals willing to step out and be part of the most amazing, exciting venture in the history of the world.


‘If you want to fire up your church with a vision for global mission, this is your book! … It should carry a spiritual health warning.’ – David Coffey OBE, Global Ambassador for BMS World Mission

‘For years, I have been looking for a short, approachable book which would give a thorough introduction to the biblical, theological and practical aspects of mission, something to help people understand why we do mission and what some of the key issues are. I’ve just found that book and will be recommending it very widely indeed!’ – Eddie Arthur, mission blogger and Director for Strategic Initiatives for Global Connections; Former Executive Director of Wycliffe Bible Translators

‘Many are telling us that the day of global mission is over: the needs ‘at home’ are so overwhelming, and the dangers so great, that God cannot want us ‘to go’ as he did in the past. But God does care, and he still wants us to care with his compassion for a world of need. I am sure this book will provoke many people to respond to the challenge, as they realize that there are still thousands waiting to be introduced to the Saviour who alone saves and cares.’ – Dr Helen Roseveare, missionary, speaker and author

‘Easy to read, clear, practical and challenging, this excellent book explores the great story of the mission of the Trinity in Scripture and gives a thrilling account of how it has been weaved into the story of the Keswick Convention.’ – John Risbridger, Chair Keswick Ministries, Minister and Team Leader Above Bar Church, Southampton

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View at KoorongGod's Love in Action: Pastoral Care For Everyone (2016)

Jill Mcgilvray. Paperback. 80 pages.

Jesus’ teachings on the primacy of love make it abundantly clear that caring is not an optional extra for Christians. But it can be hard to know how to care. This helpful book provides a wide range of biblical, practical tools for those serious about authentic pastoral care.

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View at KoorongDeep and Wide: Creating Churches Unchurched People Love to Attend (& Expanded)

Andy Stanley. Paperback. 400 pages.

Discover the lessons North Point Community Church learned in developing its successful spiritual formation model. Deep & Wide, Andy Stanley’s award-winning vision for the local church, now includes a study guide, church staff helps, and an FAQ interview with the author.

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View at KoorongDaring to Hope: Finding God's Goodness in the Broken and the Beautiful

Katie Davis Majors. Paperback. 240 pages.

Product Sample
Taking up where Kisses From Katie left off, Katie Davis Majors shares her ongoing experiences in Uganda as the adoptive mother to thirteen girls, and describes how she’s wrestled through the darkness of disappointment to find the answer to whether God truly is good.

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View at KoorongCenter Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in Your City

Timothy J Keller. Hardback. 400 pages.

This collection of essays outlines a theological vision for ministry that is organised around three core commitments: the gospel of God’s grace; a positive and strategic focus on the city; and an outward looking movement that seeks prosperity and peace in the community, as led by the Holy Spirit.

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