Based on a PhD thesis, with a focus on Sierra Leone, this book explores the conflicts between pursuing mining activities to foster economic development and protecting the environment in which such activities take place.
"Henry Disney's is, to borrow a phrase, a beautiful mind, and also a tough mind." So wrote Kitty Ferguson in her review of his sixth collection. This eighth collection of poems reinforces this perception.
The topics covered reflect varied experience, distinguished contributions to science and a deep commitment to Christian values and perceptions.
An account of a fascinating trip which consisted of so much more than learning about ancient civilisations such as the Aztecs, Zapotecs and Mayans and visiting the remains of their once great cities. Travelling by coach, visiting a remote site by five-seater aeroplane or travelling upriver by boat, the journey itself was part of the adventure.
A practical easy-read book for people serious about their health and that of their families. Outlining the principles of a lifetime eating plan, originating over 4000 years ago and designed to provide the body with the necessary tools for health and wellbeing. ‘The Creator's Diet’ is nutrition science and biblical truth intertwined in complement.
This book encourages the reader to regain control of their lives by applying seven simple dietary and lifestyle principles. Consuming a diet rich in whole, plant-based foods is the way to good health. With practical tips and meal options The Creator’s Diet Explained simplifies healthy eating and explains the basics in food and dietary principles.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the current scientific theory of the beginnings of the universe and life. The author shows that scientific ideas far from contradicting the Torah (Old Testemant account of Genesis) they are actually mirrored in its words. Both principles overlap and converge on each other.
This unique autobiography describes the life of a white Zimbabwean growing up in Rhodesia, Zimbabwe-Rhodesia and subsequently after the attainment of independence on 18th April 1980, in Zimbabwe, and, thereafter, his move and settling in the UK.
This book revisits the issue of women and church leadership. The author aims to shed fresh theological light on the arguments that have restricted the role women can play in the church. On the basis of theology, feminism and sociological research, this book provides a compelling case for removing all barriers for women with respect to ministry.
A simple, yet profound book from a man with a shepherd’s heart. This book will strike a chord with every true leader and transform every aspiring leader careful to obey the truths therein. A must read for all who desire to be God’s kind of leader.