Johnny be Good

Johnny Kinch (Author)


Johnny be Good

Easter weekend saw the launch of Johnny Be Good the true-life story of a celebrity whose life went horribly wrong due to drink and drugs. Actor, Johnny Kinch, tells his story in a bare-all book about how he became an alcoholic, was dealing drugs, and who consumed vast amounts of cocaine. He says he smoked 40 cigarettes a day, developed a gambling addiction and was issued with an electronic tag.

He also admits to mugging people, being on medication for psychotic behaviour and obsessive compulsive disorder and being in prison, and all this after working so hard to get into the most prestigious acting school in the world; RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art).

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Redefining Childrens Ministry in the 21st Century

Becky Fischer (Author)

Book Review by Sandra Duffty

Redefining Childrens Ministry in the 21st Century

This book, both inspiring and challenging, is a must read for all ministries, pastors, elders, children’s workers and parents.

The day in which we live, being a day for revival and harvest, open heaven and heightened spiritual awareness, requires that we ensure we serve the full body of Christ, equipping all the saints for the work of the ministry.

This book will challenge you to the core on how you see and train the young amongst your community. Not only will it challenge you but you will be inspired to reach for more and raise the bar on your expectations. Clear practical guidance and testimonies of children walking in a fuller revelation of the ways of God are all outlined.

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