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Sisters of Pain 

Sisters of Pain
An ethnography of young women living in secure care

Authors: Leon Fulcher and Aliese Moran
ISBN: 978-0-9921940-4-8
Published: December 2013
Pages: 402
Format: Softcover and e-book
Prices: $25 Canadian (softcover)  /  $15 Canadian (e-book)

“This is a powerful read that starts from the heart, captures a rich depth of humanity, and weaves together private, personal and professional voices; an utterly rare resource in our field.”

– Jennifer Davidson, Director, Centre of Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland (CELCIS)

   
Softcover  e-book
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Making Moments Meaningful 

Making Moments Meaningful
in Child and Youth Care Practice

Editors:  Thom Garfat, Leon Fulcher & John Digney
ISBN: 978-0-9921940-2-4
Published: 2013
Pages: 150
Format: Softcover and e-book
Prices: $25 Canadian (softcover)  /  $15 Canadian (e-book)

 In this volume, CYC practitioners, educators and trainers demonstrate the applicability of a Daily Life Events (dle©) approach across various settings and practice areas. It demonstrates the breadth and depth of the Child & Youth Care field and how it has evolved. This is an excellent student or professional development volume.

Softcover  e-book
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Guide to Developing Effective CYC Practice 

A Guide to Developing Effective CYC Practice with Families

Authors:  Thom Garfat and Grant Charles
ISBN: ISBN 978-0-9870042-7-7
Published: 2012
Pages: 132
Format: Softcover
Prices: $22 Canadian

Revised and updated, this book by Thom Garfat & Grant Charles continues to be used worldwide as a guide for students, practitioners, educators and others in developing their CYC family practice knowledge and skills. The 1st edition of this volume has been translated into German by Vienna-based Hermann Radler for use in Austria, Germany and Switzerland!

Softcover   
 

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Breaking a Mould

Breaking a Mould
Memories of a Bishop

Author: Duncan Buchanan
ISBN: 978-0-9921940-1-7
Published: May 2013
Pages: 140, plus 26 pages of colour photos
Format: Soft Cover

Duncan Buchanan believed that the church lives to be God’s influence for goodness and truth in society. He loved to teach and write and was convinced that the church, all the people of God in South Africa, have a responsibility to set an example in terms of integrity, honesty, morality, work ethic, faithfulness in relationships, servant leadership – to fulfil Desmond’s dream of a ‘rainbow nation’ and God’s will for our ‘new’ democracy.

This book, the text of which was completed shortly before Duncan died, is based on his memories of the 14 years he was Bishop of Johannesburg, spanning some very turbulent and difficult years in the history of South Africa.


R150.00
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Heritage and Witness

St George's Cathedral
Heritage and Witness

Editors: Judith Gordon and Mary Bock
ISBN: 978-0-9870042-9-1
Published: November 2012
Pages: 256
Format: Soft Cover

Known world wide for its place in the struggle against apartheid, St George's Cathedral, Cape Town, has been the Metropolitan Church of southern Africa since the arrival of Bishop Robert Gray from England in 1848.

This book is a collection of essays, poems and reflections by different writers. It tells the stories of the cathedral from its beginnings to the present; and of countless men and women of all faiths who have found inspiration and comfort in the beauty of its architecture and worship, and in its concern for the needs of all people.


R220.00
all inclusive


R390.00
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Also available for sale at:

Clarke's Bookshop, Long Street Cape Town
The Book Shop at St George's Cathedral,
Wale Street Cape Town
Online at Loot.co.za
The Catholic Bookshop,
Tuin Plein, Cape Town
The Book Lounge, Cape Town

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CYC in Practice

Child and Youth Care in Practice

Authors: Dr Thom Garfat and Dr Leon Fulcher
ISBN: 978-0-9870042-8-4
E-Book published: May 2012
Pages: 238
Format: Soft Cover
Price: $25 Canadian

Child and Youth Care in Practice, the latest book by Thom Garfat & Leon Fulcher brings together some of the best of contemporary writings on Child and Youth Care practice. Starting with an updated version of the characteristics of a CYC Approach and ranging from direct care, through supervision and management, practice-based evidence that informs evidence-based Outcomes that Matter in practice, to education and creative arts, CYC in Practice demonstrates the application of a Child and Youth Care Approach across many areas of our work.

Drawing upon writings from different parts of the world, this is a practice ideas book for College courses, teams, trainers, carers, managers and individual practitioners. Child and Youth Care in Practice represents the expanse and connectedness of our field.

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Garfat and Fulcher

Quality Care in a Family Setting
A practical guide for foster carers

Authors: Dr Thom Garfat and Dr Leon Fulcher
ISBN: 978-0-9802596-8-1
E-Book published: May 2012
Pages: 186
Format: e
-Book
Price: $15 Canadian

While training and practice standards are now used in many places to enhance, monitor and evaluate the quality of care given to children and young people in out-of-home care, Foster Carers are often expected to perform miracles without practical assistance. Building from a strengths-based approach, Quality Care in a Family Setting: A Practical Guide for Foster Carers seeks to redress that deficit, offering practical help for Foster Carers seeking to do extraordinary things with the kids for whom they care.

Written by Drs. Leon Fulcher and Thom Garfat, Quality Care in a Family Setting offers theory, practice tips and everyday advice for helping young people in Foster Care develop the strengths and skills necessary to successfully navigate life’s challenges.

...

This volume will assist foster carers’ movement towards conscious competence ... a practical and suggestive text.”

 

Estella Abraham, Executive Director, Foster Care Associates


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The Man I Love

The Man I Love
Some thoughts on the Gospel of St. John

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN: 978-0-9870042-6-0
Published: March 2012
Pages: 64
Paperback

We are taken straight to the heart of John’s Gospel, with Jesus’ assertion of the ‘life’ (the ‘liveliness’) he possesses as God become human and which he comes to bring to others ’in all its fullness’.

Harry Wiggett has a disquieting ability to penetrate to the heart of things.

 

I say disquieting because – like the early Christian description of the Holy Spirit as ‘disturber’ (a description that we Christians complacently forget at our peril) – he probes in a way that challenges assumptions and unsettles certitudes.

 

There is space in these pages for challenge and contemplation. There is wisdom in these pages. There is salvation in these pages for all who follow the spirit-filled path Harry embraces with such honesty, integrity and humility.

 

Quite simply there is love on every page thanks be to God – and you can’t ask for more than that.

 

Fr Chris Chivers, John Keble Church, Mill Hill, London

 

R60.00 all inclusive 

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20th Century All-rounder

20th Century All-rounder
Reminiscences and Reflections of Clive van Ryneveld

Author: Clive van Ryneveld
ISBN: 978-0-9870042-2-2
Published: September 2011
Pages: 200
Paperback
 

Clive van Ryneveld was born in Cape Town and attended school at Diocesan College (Bishops) where he was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University. At Oxford he read law and received blues for rugby and cricket, captaining the University XI in 1949. In that year he also played rugby for England in the Five Nations.

After graduating from Oxford he was chosen for Dudley Nourse’s team which toured England in 1951. He made his top test score of 83 runs at Headingley in a partnership of 198 runs with Eric Rowan.

In 1952 he was admitted to the Cape Bar and in that year his rugby playing days came to an end when he dislocated his hip playing for Villagers against Stellenbosch.

Clive played in three further home series against visiting cricket teams: New Zealand in 1953/4, Peter May’s MCC side in 1956/7 and Ian Craig’s Australian side in 1957/8. An injury to Jackie McGlew in 1956 resulted in Clive captaining South Africa for the rest of the 1956/7 series and the series against Australia. He captained Western Province when they won the Currie Cup competition in 1955/6.

In 1957 Clive was elected a United Party MP for East London North and in 1959 was one of twelve MPs who formed the Progressive Party under the leadership of Dr Jan Steytler. He lost his seat in the general election of 1961, when Helen Suzman was the only Progressive Party survivor.

He is an honorary life member of the MCC and a vice-president of the Western Province Cricket Club.  

“Clive has been an all-rounder of the kind and magnitude that is now virtually extinct. University College, where Clive was at Oxford, may number an American President in Bill Clinton among its Rhodes scholars, but none of them, from “Univ” or anywhere else, is likely ever again to achieve more diverse fame than Clive did by playing rugby football for Oxford and England and captaining Oxford and South Africa at cricket, before going on to become a founder member of a meaningful political party and a respected advocate.

 

John Woodcock, Cricket Correspondent of The Times, 1954-88, and Editor of Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack, 1981-87  

 

 

Eric Pike

The Other Booker Prize
Memoir of a fictitious character

Author: Azila Talit Reisenberger
ISBN: 978-0-9870042-3-9
Published: August 2011
Pages: 288
Paperback

Realizing that life is a series of compromises, young Abigail Pearlmuter decides that for once she wants to do exactly as she likes and embarks on an epic voyage that takes her to the ends of the world.

“Azila Reisenberger is an extraordinary woman and a wonderful story-teller. She is searingly honest about herself, with self-deprecating wit and dead-pan humour. At times also very moving. Her mother tongue, Hebrew, has actually enabled her to enrich her use of English with its colloquialisms and allusions.”

 

– John Scott, former editor of the Cape Times

 

“The Other Booker Prize is addictive reading. We all find ourselves in it. Life's deepest insights are tossed around light-heartedly with piercing honesty… You are drawn into the stories and feel part of it as if they take part in your own living room. Azila Reisenberger is a phenomenon. So is this book.”

 

– Motti Morell, Tikshoret, Israel

 

R160.00 all inclusive (R140.00 + R20.00 p&p)  
Eric Pike

Who do you say I am?
A personal response to Jesus' question

Author: Eric Pike
ISBN: 978-0-9814224-9-7
Published: April 2011
Pages: 176
Paperback

In every chapter Bishop Eric refers to the same question that Christ asked of his disciples, 'Who do you say I am.' In doing so, he demonstrates that in each of the many and varied chapters of his life he has discovered more about the God he has served so faithfully. The penultimate chapter of his book describes his experience of walking the great Camino with his wife Joyce. To some extent this walk was a parable of his life: in his life, as well as on the Camino, he has known pain and glory, not least in the way he shared in the agonising struggle of his homeland to free itself from apartheid. It was church leaders who found courage to stand up so boldly for the poor and dispossessed. As on the Camino, Eric's journey through life has caused him to share his days with many people, and enter deeply into their own pilgrimage. I am one of those who counts himself as being fortunate to have known Eric. Though we live on different continents, I feel I have often walked alongside him, learning so much from his wisdom, courage and love for God. All who read this book, will also feel drawn into companionship with him, and with the God who walks so close to us.

Michael Mitton
Anglican priest, writer, speaker and trainer and
the author of Restoring the Woven Cord (BRF 2010)


Someone once said; “Theology is the art of making simple things difficult.” This account of Bishop Eric's pilgrimage makes difficult things simple, practical and accessible – discerning God's voice, figuring out Godly solutions to life’s personal, social and political hot potatoes. I will be taking this book written by my colleague, mentor and friend for over 28 years and will read it again, a chapter each day for a month, as part of my devotions.

 

– Trevor Pearce, Growing the Church, Anglican Church of Southern Africa

 

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He took, blessed, broke, and gave

He took, blessed, broke and gave

Author: Ronald Taylor
ISBN: 978-0-9814224-5-9
Published: October 2010
Pages: 119
Paperback

Canon Ronald Taylor was ordained deacon in England in 1956, before coming to South Africa through contact with the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel to pursue his vocation. He was ordained priest at St. Paul’s, Rondebosch in Cape Town on Trinity Sunday in 1957.
He wrote He took, blessed, broke and gave, after converting into a book the notes he had made for a former parish.
He intended this book as a help particularly for lay ministers and other participants in the Eucharist. But, it is also of value to anybody interested in how best to use the liturgy in their devotions.
He bases his commentary on the twenty-two years he served on the Provincial Liturgical Committee, as well as on his experiences as a parish priest.

This revision of He took, blessed, broke and gave could not have come at a more appropriate time. It not only provides a clear commentary on An Anglican Prayer Book 1989, but also encourages deeper
theological understanding of the Eucharist, that can help us all in our preparations to receive Holy Communion.

 

The Archbishop of Cape Town, The Most Revd. Dr. Thabo Makgoba

 

 

Also available directly from the College of the Transfiguration, Grahamstown.

All profits from the sale of this book will be given to
The College of the Transfiguration.

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Fully Alive

Author: Chris Chivers
ISBN: 978-0-814224-7-3
Published: June 2010
Pages: 404
Paperback

Chris Chivers' town was described as one of the most segregated in Britain. His starter budget line was zero. But from the smallest beginnings in a northern English cathedral emanated an example of what Nobel Peace Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has described as "one of the most important enterprises of our time", namely trying to ensure that difference - of nationality, culture, ethnicity and faith is celebrated through dialogue for the common good. This collection points to some of the results.

These are wonderfully crafted reflections, clear, light-touch, sometimes poignant, full of insight and unexpected revelations. Chris Chivers brings together all sorts of experiences, as priest and parent, thinker and commentator, experiences from the United Kingdom and South Africa and else- where, in a collection that has great inner coherence, and makes Christian discipleship deeply attractive  as well as reminding at least one reader of the challenges of discipleship that have still to be met.

 

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams

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Moving into African Music

Moving into African Music

Author: Joyce Scott
ISBN: 978-0-9814224-6-6
Published: November 2009
Pages: 136 plus CD
Paperback

The author uses her immense experience in the mission field to stress the essence of healing cultural deafness – a healing that forestalls missionary dependency, mistakes, frustrations and desperation. Simple ways of using music as pedagogy in informing, educating, and communicating truths to a community is what the book adds to efforts at solving communal problems. A timely book that must be read by missionaries, cross-cultural communicators, music teachers and those who have the passion to effect pragmatic changes in communities.

 

Rev. Thomas Oduro, Ph.D.
Principal Good News Theological College and Seminary
Accra, Ghana

 

 

Joyce weaves autobiography and methodology seamlessly into a book that gives courage and practical steps to anyone who wants to know the musicians and music of a culture foreign to them.

 

Brian Schrag, Ph.D, Vice President of Training and Education
International Council of Ethnodoxologists. USA

 

 

A perfect introduction for those wanting to learn more about “heart music” and its effect on church growth. A great read, a great gift!

 

Robin Harris, Ethnomusicology Consultant
Heart Sounds International USA


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Native Son

Native Son – an alternative memoir

Author: Francois Theron
ISBN: 978-0-9814224-3-5
Published: March 2009
Pages: 222
Paperback

Native Son chronicles a personal journey that has unfolded over a lifetime. It’s a narrative that draws briefly on the background of the author's ancestors as Protestant refugees from France, arriving at the Cape of Good Hope in the 17th century. As a professional writer Francois Theron sees the story as a sort of personal Roots and recounts in a subsequent chapter an ambivalent trip to the family heartland as a newspaper journalist, reporting on the devastating Tulbagh earthquake of 1969.

 

In the book he explores a range of personal experiences: from surviving air raids in London during World War II, to growing up in an apartheid South Africa. After school he wins an Athletics Scholarship to the United States and here he deals with his multi-sided experiences as a ‘jock’, a pro-athlete at Oklahoma University.

 

The chapters in Native Son are presented independently, although the events of the story unfold chronologically. Each chapter opens up another facet of the writer's personal story, linked to the times and the events which shaped both his family's history and his own life.

 

The memoir ends deep in apartheid's killing fields, where the author has been teaching English as part of an outreach programme. And as the boy from Bromley, he realises that things have come full circle, and that he was simply paying back a debt incurred a long time ago, at the other end of the world.

 

Reviews:

 

“... an intriguing autobiographical memoir...”

 

Cape Times

 

“... Francois Theron’s sense of time, history and place is extraordinary...”

 

The Star.

 

"... Beautifully written. ...”

 

567 Cape Talk.

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Kites and Butterflies

Kites & Butterflies

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN 978-0-9814224-2-8
Published March 2009
Pages: 96
Paperback

“All the best traditions make for the best rebels”. So said the great translator of Euripides, Gilbert Murray.

 

But is it really possible to criticise one’s religion in a top to bottom way that tears the curtain of the temple, opening up new vistas onto the divine, whilst remaining loyal to the spirit and sanctity of the tradition?

 

It has to be, is the answer Harry Wiggett lays before us in a book which exposes a healthy tension in his love-hate relationship with an institution that he's in so many ways transcended but which he respects and cherishes in all its confused glory – and which won’t ever quite let him go.

 

The best traditions always need rebels: poets, people who can translate the tired and the outworn, the perfunctory and the routine into language imaginatively immediate.

 

For those within and without the institution of the church – or, like myself, clinging hopefully but questioningly to its margins – this book presents good news, a real Gospel to embrace wholeheartedly. It’s in fact very good news indeed.

 

from the Foreword by Canon Chris Chivers, Blackburn Cathedral, UK

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Barry Smith - Recognition

Recognition
Poems by Barry Smith

Author: Barry Smith
ISBN 978-0-9814224-0-4
Published December 2008
Pages: 84
Paperback

All is silent now.
The music ended,
Applause has died away,
The goals achieved.

 

The journey is long.
Some fall asleep,
Heads nodding onto a neighbour’s shoulder.
Soon they will be there.

 

You alone are still awake.
Your head now turned away,
Eyes bright, looking through misty windows,
Your being lost in Time.

 

The headlights search the way ahead,
A long and winding road.

 

For you the journey’s just begun …

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Come Wind, Come Weather

Come Wind, Come Weather

Authors: Brookes & Jeanne Heywood
ISBN 978-0-9802596-9-8
Published October 2008
Pages: 220
Paperback

This is a sailing story with a difference, written for sailors and armchair travellers alike. Based on letters to friends, it is a fascinating account of four adventurous years in the life of a retired academic couple. They build their own yacht and head out into the Atlantic Ocean, exploring St Helena, the Caribbean Islands and the American East Coast. Their experiences range from surviving Hurricane Grace in the Bermuda Triangle to tranquil days along the American inland waterways. Propelled by the springtime gales, they cross the North Atlantic to spend the summer amongst the Azores Islands before cruising the Galician coast of Spain, the Straits of Gibraltar and finally Majorca and Menorca.

 

“A most readable account ... includes a gripping description of their survival, largely through their seamanship but also a little luck, of hurricane Grace, which caused havoc off the United States coast and caused several other yachts to disappear without trace.”


 John Scott, Cape Times columnist, retired editor, and life-long messer-about in boats

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Mysterious Reality

Mysterious Reality

Author: John Suggit
ISBN 9780980259674
Published 2007
Pages: 96
Paperback

In this work, John Suggit tries to explain something of the mystery of our human life, and believes not only that Richard Dawkins, the eminent geneticist and professed atheist, does not have all the answers, but also that a true understanding of the Christian gospel “opens up the possibility of promoting scientific endeavour of every kind”.

“Very useful, accessible, relevant and important for all Christians in our current times”

Thabo Makgoba, Archbishop of Cape Town

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A Time to Speak

A Time to Speak

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN 9780980259667
Published 2007
Pages: 122
Paperback

The film Goodbye Bafana tells of South Africa’s long walk to freedom through the relationship between racist prison warder, James Gregory, and prisoner number 46664, Nelson Mandela.

 

This was undoubtedly a captivating way to tell the story from both a political and human perspective. But given the overtly spiritual and religious character of communities across apartheid’s political and racial divides the story seemed to lack the very narrative that has always connected oppressed and oppressor.

 

In A time to speak Harry Wiggett, priest and poet – and prison chaplain to Nelson Mandela both on Robben Island and at Pollsmoor – deepens the picture.

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Beyond Fear

Beyond Fear

Author: Jean Knighton-Fitt
ISBN 0958420270
Published: 2003
Pages: 350
Paperback

The saga of Theo and Helen Kotze could not have happened in normal, democratic society. They would have lived the life of the Methodist manse and church, raised their children and been somewhat radical on social issues. 

But in South Africa they were destined for deadly-earnest opposition to an unjust regime. As we enjoy the democratic, non-racial society that they fought so hard for, we salute and celebrate this marvellous couple as this record of their life appears in print.

Tony Heard

 

Many who read these pages will recognize the familiar. Some will identify with the dilemmas, fears and hopes these ordinary-yet-different, remarkable people faced. Few will fail to recognize their courage.”

 

 Charles Villa-Vicenzio

 

In this rigorous and absorbing account Jean Knighton-Fitt has documented the courageous, selfless struggle against the cruelties and injustices of apartheid by Theo and Helen Kotze, two of its
doughtiest opponents.

 

Tony Grogan

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Pat Frow

Wheeling Towards the Prize

Author: Pat Frow
ISBN: 0958477086
Published: 2006
Pages: 246
Paperback

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This Strange Pilgrimage

This Strange Pilgrimage

Author: Edward Laurie King
Edited by Dr Barry Smith & Dr Mary Bock
ISBN 9780980259629
Published 2007
Pages: 120 with CD of selected sermons
Paperback

Edward King (1920-1998),“Ted” as most people knew him, served at St George’s Cathedral as Dean of Cape Town for thirty years (he quipped that some thought him “the everlasting King” of the hymn).

 

When he retired, Colin Jones, his successor, invited him to remain on the staff as Dean Emeritus. This allowed all connected with St George’s Cathedral (and beyond) to continue to enjoy and be edified, challenged and inspired by his preaching and writing.

 

He touched many people because he was not bashful about his own perplexities and doubts about God and the things of God, so that others were able to say it is okay to doubt, to question, it is not reprehensible not to be cocksure of the mysteries of the faith.

 

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

This book is only available from the book shop at
St George's Cathedral, Cape Town

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SA Haiku

South African Haiku

Author: Chris Chivers
ISBN: 9780980259643
Published: 2008
Pages: 48
Paperback
Also see "Jerusalem Haiku" by the same author

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Jerusalem Haiku

Jerusalem Haiku

Author: Chris Chivers
ISBN: 9780980259636
Published: 2007
Pages: 24
Paperback
Also see "South African Haiku" by the same author

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Harry Wiggett Poems

Collected Poems 1970-2006

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN: 0958420297
Published: 2006
Pages: 300
Paperback

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Dear Dom and Greg

Dear Dom and Greg

Author: Chris Chivers
ISBN: 9780980259605
Published: 2007
Pages: 63
Paperback

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Flight of Faith

Flight of Faith

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN: 0958420254
Published: 2001
Pages: 109
Paperback

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Malawi Law Journal

Malawi Law Journal

Eds: Dr. D.M. Chirwa et al
ISSN: 1996-7675
Published from January 2007, twice annually

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Connectedness

Connectedness

Author: Archbishop Thabo Makgoba
ISBN: 0958470X
Published: 2005
Pages: 74
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

RAP

Response Ability Pathways

Authors: Dr Larry Brendtro & Lesley du Toit
ISBN: 0958477094
Published: 2008
Pages: 140
Paperback
Only sold as part of course material

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New Every Morning

New Every Morning

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN: 0958396833
Published: 2000
Pages: 119
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Aspects of SA C&YC Practice

Aspects of Child & Youth Care Practice
in the South African Context

Eds: Dr Thom Garfat and Brian Gannon
ISBN: 0958470751
Published: 2005
CD

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Open Window

The Open Window

Author: Chris Chivers
ISBN: 0958421331
Published: 2004
Pages: 101
Paperback

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Down to Earth and Up to Heaven

Down to Earth and Up to Heaven

Author: John Suggit
ISBN: 0620314850
Published: 2003
Pages: 144
Paperback

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Pride in Tradition

Pride in Tradition Through Acceptance

Author: Azila Talit Reisenberger
ISBN: 0620339446
Published: 2005
Pages: 108
Paperback

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The Anglican Way

The Anglican Way

Author: John Suggit
ISBN: 0620239786
Published: 1999
Pages: 38Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Distant Music

Distant Music

Author: Edward King
ISBN: 0958420238
Published: 1997
Pages: 104
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Kleinemonde Reflections

Kleinemonde Reflections

Author: Nancy Murray
ISBN: 0958477027
Published: 2005
Pages: 88
Paperback

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And Direction was Given

And Direction was Given

Author: Alan Flederman
ISBN: 095842022X
Published: 2000
Pages: 95
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Hard Road to Glory

The Hard Road to Glory

Author: Chris Chivers
ISBN: 0958420270
Published: 2001
Pages: 189
Paperback

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Children of the Rainbow

Children of the Rainbow

Author: Victoria Scott
ISBN: 0958420262
Published: 1999
Pages: 34
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

From the Heart

From the Heart

Author: Harry Wiggett
ISBN: 0958396825
Published: 1999
Pages: 76
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

They Shall have Music

They Shall Have Music

Author: Saidie Kahn
ISBN: 0620221569
Published: 1999
Pages: 180
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Change and Challenge

Change and Challenge

Author: John Suggit and Mandy Goedhals
ISBN: 0958421315
Published: 1998
Pages: 151
Paperback

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A Good Place to be

A Good Place to Be

Author: Dean E.L. King
ISBN: 0620207647
Published: 1996
Pages: 80
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Walter Swanson

Walter Swanson

Author: Marjorie Swanson
ISBN: 0620205326
Published: 1996
Pages: 130
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Pastoral Care of the Bewildered

Pastoral Care of the Bewildered

Author: David Binns
ISBN: 0620187433
Published: 1994
Pages: 38
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print

Cape Point

Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve

Author: Leonard Hoffman
ISBN: 0620092904
Published: 1986
Pages: 30
Paperback

Unfortunately, Out of Print