FORGIVENESS REMEMBERS ROOKS AT DUSK 978-1-909728-67-7 • $12.99 Paperback • 4.25 x 7 • 128 pages Christian Life / General Instant Apostle • Rights: NA Available | 36 | ALSO AVAILABLE ISBN 978-1-909728-67-7 9 7 8 1 9 0 9 7 2 8 6 7 7 Forgiveness Remembers A Journey into the Heart of God Paul Farren and Robert Miller “Forgive and forget” is the mantra. But what if the path to true peace is “forgive and remember”? This is the radical and liberating truth shared by two authors who bridge the Catholic-Protestant divide. Together they show that true forgiveness lies on the other side of grace-filled remembering, not denial-laden forgetting. Seldom the work of a moment, the path of forgiveness does not run straight and its many difficulties can leave us trapped in a cycle of hate and despair. ForgivenessRememberssensitivelyshowshowGod’sgracecanbreakthiscycleandinstead catch us up in a spiral of hope that leads into the freedom and compassion of God. This book is for anyone who struggles with forgiveness—with grace that seems so unfair—but who longs to know God’s grace and continue the journey into His heart. Paul Farren is a priest from the Diocese of Derry in Ireland. He is currently the administra- tor of St Eugene’s Cathedral, Derry, and director of the Derry Diocesan Catechetical Centre. Robert Miller is archdeacon of Derry and rector of the grouped parishes of Christ Church, Culmore, Muff, and St Peters. Rooks at Dusk On the Other Side of Despair, What Is Left to Believe In? Chick Yuill Ray Young, an experienced Christian leader, has been married for almost thirty years. But his once-vibrant faith, like his marriage, is steadily fading, and relations with his only son, Ollie, a struggling stand-up comedian, are increasingly strained. Facing a looming crisis of faith, Ray begins an anguished, escapist affair, only for Ollie to discover his father’s infidelity. Confronted by his actions, Ray has one chance to rescue the life that is crumbling around him. But when tragedy strikes, it seems all hope of redemption is gone . . . Rooks at Dusk delicately explores questions of grace and forgiveness in a world where not everything can be mended, but where there is still reason for hope. Chick Yuill is a speaker and writer with a growing passion to bring matters of faith out of the narrow confines of the religious ghetto and into the wider arena of public discourse. He has been married to Margaret for forty-eight years and they have two adult daughters. 978-1-909728-65-3 • $16.99 Paperback • 5 x 7.75 • 272 pages FICTION / Christian / General Instant Apostle • Rights: NA Available ISBN 978-1-909728-65-3 9 7 8 1 9 0 9 7 2 8 6 5 3