Since the time of Jesus, visiting the places of His life has fascinated His followers and attracted them from all over the world. Signs Publishing Book Editor Nathan Brown and friends Michelle Villis and Brenton Stacey joined these pilgrims and tourists this past year. They travelled together as part of a larger tour group through Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian Territories to visit the places of so many of the Bible stories. And they wrote the story of their journey with reflections on what they learned along the way.
The stories of Jesus’ women disciples are too often overlooked, almost forgotten. But in Magdala, I could hear the whispers over time, from the many women disciples before me.
It seems a shame to farewell familiar characters but this book is a fitting conclusion to Avondale lecturer Dr Brad Watson’s David trilogy.
An anthology uniting amateurs with professionals and students with mentors celebrates a longstanding collaboration between Avondale College of Higher Education and Australia’s best contemporary poets.
A new little book by an Avondale alumnus is our invitation to continue learning to be disciples with our multi-faith and no-faith family and friends.
Author Dr Brad Watson returns to bookshelves with the third and final book in a series telling the story of a boy and the challenge of adolescence. He answers questions from Signs Publishing Book Editor Nathan Brown about David’s Triumph, its place in the series and its influence on readers.