Every Church needs to be a Hit Factory – a place where you inner tunes are discovered, detached from the discords of fear and doubt, placed together with rhythms of grace and united with the X Factor of Heaven.
Most Christian homes have one. It’s either found on a mug, a fridge magnet or in the bathroom! Can you guess what it is yet? It’s a copy of ‘Footprints in the Sand’. I’ve decided that even though it’s the most popular piece of Christian literature outside of the Bible itself, it’s a sacred cow and I don’t like it.
This fantastic e-book is from the personal journey of Dave Gilpin, revealing that what the world might see as a deficiency may actually be your greatest asset!
Dave Gilpin has discovered that when he’s going through troubled times the one set of footprints in the sand the ‘one set of footprints’ in the sand are not the foot prints of Jesus but his own size 10’s. Someone’s telling porkies! God wants to create strong champions not needy children. Since then Dave has discovered other sacred cows grazing in the fields of our faith.
Rage Against Beige is a collection of well known poems, songs, sayings and quotes which have been slightly altered to aide Dave Gilpin to voice his displeasure for the colour beige! The book was bought by the Ikea British head office in 2007 for a marketing campaign. It’s a bit of fun but should provoke readers to make sure that they are adding splashes of colour to all they do.
Behind everything you see is something you don’t see. This book is designed to outline nuggets of wisdom that often remain invisible behind thriving churches and ministries. Mixed with a touch of humour, this book looks at Top 10’s of everything to do with Christian Leadership. It gives advise on many subjects that may prove to be invaluable to established and up and coming leaders.
Who said “you can’t have your cake and eat it too'”? Who told us to to not count your chickens before they hatch”? Who said “beggars can’t be choosers”? The thinking in our world is seen in the spirit behind its most popular sayings.
Packaged in a way that is inspirational and straight-forward, ‘I Said Yes’ brings Biblical revelations to life and encourages both new Christians and those simply wanting to know more about Christ, to have great success in their personal world.
A brand new book written as part of the Devotional Rescue Series by Ray Bevan and edited by Dave Gilpin. The future awaits for all those who are courageous enough to say goodbye to the past and reinvent themselves for all that’s ahead. ‘It’s Time To Leave The Cemetery’ is your personal handbook to enable you to put aside all that’s old, worn out and predictably dull in your life and position you for the next big thing that God has in store!
A taster of a part of the Devotional Rescue Series, ‘Heaven Sent’ is a collection of extracts from the private journalling of Jenny Gilpin. It reveals some of the words from heaven that have sustained and encouraged Jenny in her personal journey through life and ministry. This is your opportunity to share the treasures she has found and move deeper into the secret place to discover for yourself a God who is craving to share His heart and power with you!
A Part of the Devotional Rescue Series, Give Me Mercy is an anthology of wisdom and inspiration from the personal journey of one of Britain’s most endearing and enduring pastors – Ray Bevan. Dave Gilpin has edited and packaged this stunning devotional book to deliver wisdom to it’s readers straight from the experience and life of Ray Bevan on his journey of building church and his life experiences.
A beautiful part of the Devotional Rescue Series, ‘Classic Lines’ takes the highlights and themes of the heart of Jenny Gilpin and communicates them in short yet rich prose that are designed to ignite a fresh love for Jesus, a deeper insight into life’s journey ahead and a fresh spark of enthusiasm for the world that surrounds you.
Sometimes men are able to feel wrong simply for being a man! In his latest book Dave looks at everything from the top ten things you’ll never hear a man say to the reason that men are always wrong and women are always wrong!
Dave Gilpin’s real life diary charts the course that took Hope City Church, still reeling from a conflict that saw many people leave and their nearby satellite Church part company, into a new season of amazing growth and vitality.