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The twists and turns of a modern-day family saga had Norfolk Christian Julie Prentice reaching for her pen. Three years later her fascinating biography has made its debut.
A former US prison chaplain, who now lives in Norfolk, has used his experiences to write his first novel, throwing light on the harsh life behind bars.
Norfolk Christian poet Chris Roe has published a collection of 45 unique poems of love, peace, hope and faith which take the reader on a journey through the seasons and the stages of life.
A Norwich student, who escaped with his mother from the genocide in Rwanda, is one of the young stars in the new film Africa United which hits the cinema screen this weekend (October 22) and is being touted as the next Slumdog Millionaire.
John Alexander Wilson, a new singer and composer to emerge on the UK Christian music scene, is approaching Norfolk churches to host outreach events, concerts or services using his unique music ministry.
A former Norwich magistrate has written a book about her work for a city Christian charity which tackles issues surrounding street prostitution, in the hope of changing people’s attitudes towards those working in the sex industry.
A new biography of Norfolk-born World War One Christian heroine Edith Cavell is being launched in Norwich in October to mark the 95th anniversary of her execution.
A Norfolk Rector, and one of the first women priests in the country, has brought high drama to the pews with her new novel about life in a rural parish.
Known for his lively and captivating performances, singer/songwriter Pete McAllen from Diss has launched his latest offering this month, Animals in London, from his debut album set to be released in 2010.
Norwich Cathedral was filled with the rhythmic, soul-searching and heavenly sounds of Gospel music from a 70-strong teenage Norfolk choir on Saturday May 15.
A beautiful and definitive new guidebook on Norwich’s outstanding collection of medieval churches has been launched this week, celebrating what is the largest collection of urban medieval churches in northern Europe.
From fig leaves to final judgement – a Norwich man has condensed the entire Bible so it takes no more than a lunch break to read.
Well-known Norfolk evangelist, John Wright, has published the fourth of his one-page wonders books, now known as The Road Quartet, called The Road to Jerusalem.
A history of Nonconformist churches in Norwich has just been published with the proceeds of sales going towards the building fund at Witard Road Baptist Church.
This week, Paul Juby's autobiography "The Road to Jesus Is Never Closed" is published. This fascinating story covers his conversion, life in Malaysia and his poetry.
Norwich author Jonny Griffiths has just published a unique paraphrase of each of the one hundred books of the Bible in exactly one hundred words. Review by John Minns
Norwich Christian author, presenter and motivational speaker Dr John Clements aims to help his readers find personal peace in a world full of stress and anxiety in his new book.
JUNE 08: South Norfolk Christian poet Chris Roe has just published his first collection of 45 poems, written over 30 years, under the title In Search of Silence.
MAR 08: Church House Publishing has announced that, from May 1, distribution of its range of books and other products will transfer to Norwich Books and Music, based in Norwich.
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