The Manual Book 5 Paperback
by Carl Beech;
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60 down to earth devotions for men from Carl Beech head of Christian Vision for Men
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The Manual Book 5
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Following the widespread appeal of the first books in this series, Carl Beech puts together another 60 day series of short, straight to the point, daily devotionals for men. Pocket size and down to earth with no frills covers and strong colours, these are Bible based devotionals that a man can carry with confidence and read in whatever time and place his busy day allows.
From the man who heads up CVM (Christian Vision for Men), these books have proved that men will read their own daily devotional if they’re presented in way that a man can relate to and have confidence in. With Bible readings set out with notes and prayers, and with contributions from two guest writers, these small pocket size books are leading men of all ages into a deeper faith and closer walk with God.
The Manual Book 5 by Carl Beech was published by CWR in April 2013 and is our 21752nd best seller. The ISBN for The Manual Book 5 is 9781853459412.
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Details for The Manual Book 5
|Page last updated||22nd September 2015|
|Author / Artist||Carl Beech|
|Publisher||CWR (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||128|